Feb 28, 2023 · Louis III, 6e prince de Condé, in full Louis III, 6e prince de Condé, duc de Bourbon, byname Monsieur le Duc, (born October 10, 1668, Paris, France—died March 4, 1710, Paris), prince of Condé who distinguished himself in the Dutch Wars. He was the 5th prince’s second son and eventual successor.
Mar 17, 2023 · Louis-Antoine-Henri de Bourbon-Condé, duke d’Enghien, (born Aug. 2, 1772, Chantilly, Fr.—died March 21, 1804, Vincennes), French prince whose execution, widely proclaimed as an atrocity, ended all hope of reconciliation between Napoleon and the royal house of Bourbon.
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Louis was born in the Palace of Versailles, the eldest son of the young 21-year-old Dauphin, Louis, who would later be called le Grand Dauphin, and his wife, Maria Anna Victoria of Bavaria. His father was the eldest son of King Louis XIV of France, by then at the height of his powers at age 44. At birth, he received the title of Duke of Burgundy (d...
At the age of 15, he was married to his second cousin, Princess Marie-Adélaïde of Savoy, the daughter of Victor Amadeus II, Duke of Savoy and Anne Marie d'Orléans. This match had been decided as part of the Treaty of Turin, which ended Franco-Savoyard conflicts during the Nine Years' War. The wedding took place on 7 December 1697 at the Palace of V...
In 1702, at the age of twenty, Louis was admitted by his grandfather King Louis XIV to the Conseil d'en haut(High Council), which was in charge of state secrets regarding religion, diplomacy and war. His father had been admitted only at the age of thirty. In 1708, during the War of the Spanish Succession, Louis was given command of the army in Flan...
Louis became Dauphin of France upon the death of his father in 1711. In February 1712, his wife contracted measles and died on February 12. Louis himself, who dearly loved his wife and who had stayed by her side throughout the fatal illness, caught the disease and died six days after her at the Château de Marly on 18 February, aged 29. Both of his ...Louis, Duke of Brittany (25 June 1704 – 13 April 1705) died of convulsions;:179–180Louis, Duke of Brittany (8 January 1707 – 8 March 1712) died of measles;Louis XV of France (15 February 1710 – 10 May 1774) first engaged to Mariana Victoria of Spain; married Marie Leszczyńska and had issue; died of smallpox.Erlanger, Philippe, Louis XIV, translated from the French by Stephen Cox, Praeger Publisher, New York & Washington, 1970. (First published in French by Fayard in 1965).Wolf, John B. Louis XIV(1968).Mansfield, Andrew, "The Burgundy Circle's plans to undermine Louis XIV's “absolute” state through polysynody and the high nobility", 'Intellectual History Review', Vol.27, Issue 2 (2017), pp. 223–4...
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Mar 9, 2023 · Louis I de Bourbon, prince de Condé, (born May 7, 1530, Vendôme, France—died March 13, 1569, Jarnac), military leader of the Huguenots in the first decade of France’s Wars of Religion. He was the leading adult prince of the French blood royal on the Huguenot side (apart from the king of Navarre).
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Mar 1, 2023 · When Louis Philipe I de Bourbon d'Orléans was born on 21 September 1640, in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Seine-et-Oise, France, his father, Roi Louis XIII de Bourbon de France, was 38 and his mother, Anne von Habsburg von Österreich, was 38. He married Henrietta Anne Stuart on 31 March 1661, in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Seine-et-Oise, France.
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