Louis-Philippe, King of France

Standard Name: Louis-Philippe,, King of France


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Friends, Associates Ellen Wood
While in France, she became a close friend of Madame de Marseine , a well-connected woman who was acquainted with King Louis Philippe .
Wood, C. W. Memorials of Mrs. Henry Wood. R. Bentley and Son.
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Occupation Stéphanie-Félicité de Genlis
Paris society was scandalised by her appointment, which meant new educational ideas and the mixed education of the duc's sons and daughters. It was a mark of status for her to be known by the...
politics George Sand
The meeting of Aurore Dudevant (later GS ) with Sandeau coincided with the end of the Three Glorious Days when Charles X abdicated, leaving the throne for his nephew Louis Philippe of Orléans . In...
Publishing Harriet Taylor
HT 's reviews include an appraisal of Sarah Austin 's translation Tour of a German Prince, which appeared in May 1832.
Taylor, Harriet. The Complete Works of Harriet Taylor Mill. Editors Jacobs, Jo Ellen and Paula Harms Payne, Indiana University Press.
Hayek, Friedrich Augustus von et al. John Stuart Mill and Harriet Taylor; Their Correspondence [i.e. Friendship] and Subsequent Marriage. University of Chicago Press.
A harsh review of Frances Trollope 's Domestic Manners of the...
Reception Louisa Stuart Costello
In addition to receiving a sum from the French government in recognition of her writings about France, LSC was also presented by Louis Philippe with a jewelled ornament to show his appreciation.
Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder.
Sutherland, John. The Stanford Companion to Victorian Fiction. Stanford University Press.
Reception Harriet Martineau
Guizot , the French Minister of Public Instruction, was ordered by Louis Philippe to translate the Illustrations for the French national schools. He considered HM to be the only woman ever to have affected legislation...
Residence Ellis Cornelia Knight
Having spent three years in Paris, from 1821 to 1824, and begun to regard that, rather than England, as her home, ECK returned there on August 15, 1830, but she did not stay long...
Textual Production Harriet Martineau
The British Library possesses only the Boston, Massachusetts, edition of HM 's French Wines and Politics, while the five copies of the London edition listed by OCLC WorldCat are all in the USA...
Travel Queen Victoria
QV made a landmark visit to Louis-Philippe at Château d'Eu near Le Tréport.
Stephen, Sir Leslie, and Sidney Lee, editors. The Dictionary of National Biography. Smith, Elder.


7 August 1830: Louis-Philippe ascended the throne in France,...

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7 August 1830

Louis-Philippe ascended the throne in France, and revised the Charter to abolish the power of the monarch to issue ordinances and suspend laws.

October 1846: Queen Isabella of Spain married her cousin,...

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October 1846

Queen Isabella of Spain married her cousin, despite machinations by British and French diplomats to arrange a marriage that would be politically opportune for them.

22-24 February 1848: An insurrection occurred in Paris, which...

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22-24 February 1848

An insurrection occurred in Paris, which became known as the February Revolution.

24 February 1848: The Second Republic was declared in France...

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24 February 1848

The Second Republic was declared in France after Louis-Philippe abdicated and fled to England.


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