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Madame De Villette
... Louise Arthemise d'Aubigné (commonly known as Madame de Villette 1584 – Mursay, 24 January 1663) was a daughter of Agrippa d'Aubigné and Suzanne de Lusignan ... They had four children Madeleine (1621), married in 1649 Hélie, Marquis de Sainte-Hermine ... Aymée (1623), married in 1658 René Jouslard de Fontmort ...
Louise Marie Thérèse (The Black Nun Of Moret) - Life
... She was called the "Mauresse de Moret", and a portrait of her exists in the Bibliothèque Sainte Geneviève in Paris ... The research done by the Société de l'histoire de Paris et d'Ile-de-France, published in 1924 by Honoré Champion éditions, concluded that this pastel ... paragraphs to her she is mentioned in the memoirs of Madame de Maintenon, the Grande Mademoiselle, Madame de Montespan (whose so-called memoirs were written by Philippe Musoni ...
Louis Auguste, Duke Of Maine - Marriage
... Charlotte d'Orléans, the only daughter of his uncle, Monsieur and his enemy, Madame, who was horrified at the prospect of her daughter marrying a bastard ... He chose Louise Bénédicte, Mademoiselle de Charolais, over her sisters, Anne Marie, Mademoiselle de Condé and Marie Anne, Mademoiselle de Montmorency (later duchesse de Vendôme) ... Mademoiselle de Condé was quite upset, as she had her heart set on marrying du Maine On 19 May 1692, Louis-Auguste and Anne Louise Bénédicte were married in a ceremony at the Palace ...
Comte De Grignan - Bibliography
... Madame de Sévigné ... Paris Bibliothèque de la Pléiade ... Madame de Sevigne a life and letters ...
Marie Anne De Bourbon (1689–1720) - Biography
... Marie Anne was the eldest daughter of Marie Thérèse de Bourbon and her promiscuous spouse, François Louis, Prince of Conti ... her marriage aged 24, she was known as Mademoiselle de Conti, derived from her fathers title ... in 1709 and her younger sister Mademoiselle de La Roche-sur-Yon would die childless having outlived them all ...

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