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 Philippe I of Orleans. Who is Philippe I of Orleans? What is Philippe I of Orleans? Where is Philippe I of Orleans? Definition of Philippe I of Orleans. Meaning of Philippe I of Orleans.
Philippe I, Duke of Orleans (September 21, 1640- June 8, 1701) was the son of the Louis XIII of France and Anne of Austria, and brother of Louis XIV of France.
In 1661 he was created duke of Orleans, and married Henrietta Anne Stuart, sister of Charles II of England; but the marriage was not a happy one, and the death of the duchess in 1670 was attributed to poison.
Having fought with distinction in Flanders in 1667, Monsieur, as Orleans was generally called, returned to military life in 1672, and in 1677 gained a great victory at Cassel and took St Omer.
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Philippe I, Duke of Orléans (September 21, 1640 &; June 8, 1701) was the son of the Louis XIII of France and Anne of Austria, and younger brother of Louis XIV of France.
Until Louis XIII's elder son was born, his younger brother Gaston, Duke of Orléans was the heir presumative.
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 LOUIS, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1703-1752) - LoveToKnow Article on LOUIS, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1703-1752)
1726), daughter of Louis William, margrave of Baden, bore him an only son, Louis Philippe, who succeeded his father as duke of Orleans.
ORLEANS, LOUIS, DUKE OF (1703-1752), only son of Duke Philip II., the regent Orleans, was born at Versailles on the 4th of August 1703.
Having succeeded his father as duke of Orleans in 1723, he died in the abbey of St Genevieve at Paris on the 4th of February 1752.
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 The Twickenham Museum : Louis Philippe Duc d’Orleans
Louis Philippe, Duke of Chartres, Duke of Orleans, and King of the French, was the son of Louis Philippe Joseph, 5th Duke of Orleans (later called Égalité), of the younger branch of the Bourbon royal family.
Louis Philippe was persuaded to accept the Crown, to liberalise the Constitution, and to rule as King of the French under the tricolour flag.
The fatal illness of Louis Philippe’s brother Montpensier (he was buried in Westminster Abbey) and signs of illness in his youngest brother led Louis Philippe to leave for Malta in 1807 in search of a healthier climate.
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 A Parallel History of France and England Consisting of Outlines and Dates.
The Duke of Brittany and the Duke of Orleans (next heir to the throne) were jealous of her authority, and were resolved on striking a blow for the old influence of the great princes of France.
Philippe supported Arthur's claim, as son of the elder brother, to the hereditary fiefs of Normandy and Anjou, till he was bought off by the marriage of John's niece and heiress, BLANCHE of Castile, with his son Louis.
The marriage was exceedingly disliked in England, and the Duke of Suffolk was hated, as having instigated it.
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 HISTORY OF THE LINE OF ORLEANS
Louis-Philippe, Duke of Orléans, Premier Prince du Sang Royal, named Lt-Gen of the Kingdom by Charles X, 1 Aug 1830, but declared King of the French by the Chamber of Deputies 7 Aug 1830, and was sworn as Louis-Philippe I, 9 Aug 1830.
Descended from Philippe, Duke of Orléans (b 21 Sep 1640; d 9 Jun 1701), First Prince of the Blood Royal (Premier Prince du Sang Royal), see above A, invested with the Duchy-Peerages of Orléans, Valois and Chartres, and the Lordship of Montargis, as an apanage Mar 1661 (registered Paris 10 May 1661).
Duke of Orléans (b at Saint-Cloud 2 Aug 1674; d at Versailles 2 Dec 1723), was Regent of France 2 Sep 1715 - 16 Feb 1723, signed reciprocal renunciation to the Throne of Spain 1712 confirmed in Royal Letters Patent 10 Mar 1713 and incorporated into the Treaty of Utrecht of 11 Apr 1713.
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 LOUIS PHILIPPE, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1725-1785) - LoveToKnow Article on LOUIS PHILIPPE, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1725-1785)
ORLEANS, LOUIS PHILIPPE, DUKE OF (1725-1785), son of Louis, duke of Orleans, was born at Versailles on the i2th of May 1725, and was known as the duke of Chartres until his father's death in 1752.
LOUIS PHILIPPE ROBERT, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1869-) »
See: LOUIS PHILIPPE, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1725-1785) at LoveToKnow.
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 LOUIS PHILIPPE ROBERT, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1869-) - LoveToKnow Article on LOUIS PHILIPPE ROBERT, DUKE OF ORLEANS (1869-)
ORLEANS, LOUIS PHILIPPE ROBERT, DUKE OF (1869-), eldest son of the comte de Paris, was born at York House, Twickenham, on the 6th of February 1869.
At Bombay he was received by the duke of Connaught and Lord Reay, and at Calcutta he became the guest of the viceroy, the marquess of Dufferin, who organized for the duke and his cousin, Prince Henry of Orleans, a grand tiger-shooting expedition in Nepaul.
Queen Victoria appointed the duke of Orleans a supernumerary cadet at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst.
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 Philippe II of Orleans Information - TextSheet.com
Philippe II, Duke of Orleans, Philippe Charles (August 2, 1674- December 2, 1723) called Duke of Chartres (1674-1701), and then Duke of Orleans (1701-1723) was Regent of France from 1715 to 1723.
Philippe had only one son: Louis, duke of Orleans (1703-1752)
He was born in Saint-Cloud, the son of Philippe I of Orleans and nephew of king Louis XIV.
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg09 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Philippe I, Duke Of ORLEANS [Parents] was born on 21 Sep 1640 in Saint Germain-Et-Laye,, France.
Albrecht I Duke Of BAVARIA was born on 25 Jul 1336.
Philippe Prince Of FRANCE was born on 2 Aug 1674 in St. Cloud,, France.
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg61 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Philippe I, Duke Of ORLEANS [Parents] was born on 21 Sep 1640 in Saint Germain-Et-Laye,, France.
Philippe II, Duke Of SAVOY [Parents] was born on 29 Nov 1438 in Genaeve, Geneva, Switzerland.
Anna Maria OF ORLEANS was born in 1669.
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 glbtq >> social sciences >> Orléans, Philippe, Duke of
Known as "Monsieur," Philippe, Duke of Orléans was the second son of Louis XIII and the younger brother of Louis XIV.
The Duke of Saint-Simon has left a portrait of Philippe at fifty as "a small, pot-bellied man, mounted on stilts (so high were the heels of his shoes), always adorned like a woman, covered with rings, bracelets and jewels everywhere, with a long wig.
With the specific case of the Duke of Orléans in mind, Robert Oresko suggests that historians use memoirs and notarial records to reconstitute networks of sex and friendship among homosexuals belonging to national elites in order better to understand the distribution of patronage and preferment in the royal courts of early modern Europe.
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 Illustrious People
The son of King Louis XIII and Anne of Austria, Philippe was titled duc d'Anjou until he succeeded his uncle Gaston de France as duc d'Orléans in 1660.
Philippe, his son by his second marriage, inherited the dukedom of Orléans and served as regent for young King Louis XV from 1715 to 1723.
June 9, 1701, Saint-Cloud), first of the last Bourbon dynasty of dukes of Orléans; he was the younger brother of King Louis XIV (reigned 1643-1715), who prevented him from exercising political influence but tolerated him as an overtly respected and covertly despised figure at court.
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 Philippe II Duke of Orleans
Philippe married Francoise Marie de Bourbon, daughter of Louis XIV King of France and and Francoise Athenais De Mortemart, on 18 Feb 1692 in Versailles.
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 Royal Family of Europe - pafg182 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
She married Louis Philippe II, Duke Of ORLEANS on 5 Apr 1769 in Versailles, Isle-De-France, France.
Louis Philippe II, Duke Of ORLEANS was born on 13 May 1747 in St. Cloud, Hauts-De-Seine, France.
Antoine Philippe I, Prince Of ORLEANS was born on 3 Jul 1775 in Palais Royal, Paris, Seine, France.
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 duke of orleans
Philippe II of Orleans (1674-1723), duke from 1701 to 1723 - Regent of France from 1715 to 1723
Louis, duke of Orleans (1703-1752), duke from 1723
Prince Ferdinand-Philippe of France (1810-1842), duke from 1830
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 Louis-Philippe of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Henri d'Orleans Duke of Aumale (b. 16 June 1822–d.1897) married Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (b.1822–d.1869)
Born in Paris, Louis-Philippe, was the son of Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d'Orléans (known as "Philippe Égalité"), and a descendent from King Louis XIII.
Marie of Orléans (b. 12 April 1813–d.1839) married Duke Alexander of Württemberg (b.1804–d.1881)
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 Orleanist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The careers of Louis Philippe Joseph, Duke of Orleans (nicknamed Egalité), and of his son Louis Philippe, King of the French (reigned 1830- 1848), demonstrate the process of events by which it came to pass that the Orleans princes became the more or less successful advocates of this attempted compromise between old and new.
It took its name from the Orleans branch of the house of Bourbon, the descendants of Philip I, Duke of Orleans, the younger brother of Louis XIV, who were its chiefs.
The count of Chambord, the last of the elder line (the Spanish Bourbons who descended directly from Louis XIV were considered to be barred by the renunciation of Philip V of Spain), was equally ready to grant a constitution.
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 ORLEANS, PHILIP I., DUKE OF - LoveToKnow Article on ORLEANS, PHILIP I., DUKE OF
ORLEANS, LOUIS PHILIPPE ROBERT, DUKE OF (1869-), eldest son of the comte de Paris, was born at York House, Twickenham, on the 6th of February 1869.
ORLEANS, PHILIP I., DUKE or (1640-1701), son of the French king Louis XIII., was born at St Germain-en-Laye on the 2ist of September 1640.
At Bombay he was received by the duke of Connaught and Lord Reay, and at Calcutta he became the guest of the viceroy, the marquess of Dufferin, who organized for the duke and his cousin, Prince Henry of Orleans, a grand tiger-shooting expedition in Nepaul.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /O/OR/ORLEANS_PHILIP_I_DUKE_OF.htm

  
 LOUIS PHILIPPE I. - LoveToKnow Article on LOUIS PHILIPPE I.
Immediately on his arrival, in February x8oo, the duke of Orleans, at the suggestion of Dumouriez, sought an interview with the comte dArtois, through whose instrumentality he was reconciled with the exiled king Louis XVIII., who bestowed upon his brothers the order of the Saint Esprit.
The execution of his father in November 1793 had made him duke of Orleans, and he now became the centre of the intrigues of the Orleanist party.
The duke, however, refused to join the army of Cond and to fight against France, an attitude in which he persisted throughout, while maintaining his loyalty to the king.2 He settled with his brothers at Twickenham, near 2 This at least was his own claim and the Orleanist view.
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 Duke
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Duke of Sussex The Duke of Sussex is a Peerage of Ireland) on 25 November 1801.
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 LOUISE, QUEEN OF PRUSSIA - LoveToKnow Article on LOUISE, QUEEN OF PRUSSIA
LOUISE OF SAVOY (1476153 1), duchess of Angoulme, mother of Francis I. of France, was daughter of a cadet of the house of Savoy, Philip, count of Bresse, afterwards duke of Savoy.
Here on the 26th of August 1850, Louis Philippe died The character of Louis Philippe is admirably traced by Queen Victoria in a memorandum of May 2, 1855, in which she com pares him with Napoleon III.
If in this matter Louis Philippe had seemed to sacrifice the international position of France to dynastic interests, his attempt to re-establish it by allying himself with the reactionary monarchies against the Liberals of Switzerland finally alienated from him the French Liberal opinion on which his authority was based.
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 ORLEANS, PHILIP II., DUKE OF - LoveToKnow Article on ORLEANS, PHILIP II., DUKE OF
The duke of Orleans made several long exploring journeys, being particularly interested in polar discoveries.
ORLEANS, PHILIP II., DUKE OF - LoveToKnow Article on ORLEANS, PHILIP II., DUKE OF chief,afterwards Earl Roberts.and joined his regiment at Chakrata.
On the 5th of November 1896 the duke married the archduchess Maria Dorothea Amalia of Austria, the ceremony taking place at Vienna.
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 14194-8.txt
The sons were Louis Philippe, who became Duke of Orleans, the Comte de Beaujolais, and the Duc de Montpensier.
The Duke of Orleans has worn the tricolor under fire: he will wear the tricolor as king." Meantime, early on the evening of the 29th, Neuilly had been menaced by the troops under the Duc d'Angoulême, and Madame Adélaïde had persuaded her brother to quit the place.
The Duke of Orleans is devoted to the cause of the Revolution.
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 orleans * Simulators Viii 1991 Proceedings Held...
Philippe, Duke of Orleans Regent of France, 17151723.
Simulators Viii, 1991/Proceedings Held 15 April, 1991, New Orleans, Lousiana Proceedings of the Simulation Multiconference on Si.
Lords of Misrule Mardi Gras and the Politics of Race in New Orleans.
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 ladyandtheduke
But despite her outspoken love for the monarchy she survives, while the Duke watches his dreams go up in smoke as his vote in the Assembly for the king to die does not help him escape the tyranny of the revolution he favored.
She was much in admiration of the monarchy and kept up a close friendship with the courteous Duke, but one that became noted for their different political viewpoints.
His cousin was King Louis XVI, but he distanced himself from his rule as he felt the king betrayed his oath to the nation and that he, Philippe, is the true national patriot sympathetic to the cause of the revolution.
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 Rose 'Duke of Orléans'
Philippe, Duke of Orléans, French general and regent.
'Duke of Orléans' may or may not be a synonym for the rose 'Adèle Heu', the name of the breeder's late wife.
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 About Orleans
The town was incorporated in 1797, named for Louis Philippe Joseph, Duke of Orleans, to honor France's allegiance during the American Revolution.
Orleans is the gateway to Outer Cape Cod, home of the Cape Cod National Seashore, and is in the middle of the region known as the Lower Cape.
Orleans is located at the "elbow" of Cape Cod where the penisula points north.
www.capecod-orleans.com /Tour/AboutOrleans.htm

  
 Illustrious People
The son of Philippe I, duc d'Orléans, and Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate, Philippe d'Orléans was known as the duc de Chartres during his father's lifetime.
Philippe Erlanger's biography of Orléans, Le Régent, was published in 1938.
Duc d'Orléans, Philippe II, also called (until 1701) Duc de Chartres, regent of France for the young King Louis XV from 1715 to 1723.
www.wga.hu /database/glossary/illustr2/orleans2.html

  
 OnWisconsin Live Movies: The Lady and the Duke
The duke of the title is Philippe Egalite, Duke of Orleans, who brought Elliott to France.
The true story of Grace Elliott, a beautiful royalist Englishwoman living perilously in France during the Revolution, and her sometimes affectionate, sometimes tempestuous relationship with Philippe, Duke of Orleans, a cousin of King Louis XVI but nonetheless a supporter of revolutionary ideas.
Based on the memoirs of Grace Elliott, a Scottish royalist living in France during the French Revolution, the film focuses on her horrified reaction to the dismantling of the monarchy and the peril in which this places her.
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