The Royal Family of France (Henry)

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The Royal Family of France  (1882) 
by Lucien Edward Henry


EUROPE IN 1882: OUT OF THE SHADOW.


THE

ROYAL FAMILY

OF

FRANCE.


TWELVE LECTURES ON CURRENT FRENCH

HISTORY.


BY

L. EDWARD HENRY, B.A., M.R.C.P.,

WELLINGTON COLLEGE.


G. BISHOP, J. WELLS,
Bookseller to Wellington College. Bookseller to Winchester College.

LIBRAIRIE GALIGNANI,

224, RUE DE RIVOLI, 224.

All rights reserved.



Butler & Tanner, The Selwood Printing Works, Frome, and London.



A MONSIEUR

ALBERT DU BOYS,

ANCIEN JUGE,

L'AMI SINCÈRE DE LA VÉRITÉ,

L'ÉLOQUENT DÉFENSEUR DU DROIT,

L'ÉCRIVAIN DISTINGUÉ,

L'ILLUSTRE CHAMPION DES LIBERTÉS NATIONALES,

EN MÉMOIRE DU GRAND ÉVÊQUE D'ORLÉANS,

MGR. DUPANLOUP,

CE TRAVAIL EST DÉDIÉ

PAR

SON JEUNE AMI RECONNAISSANT,

L. E. HENRY.



CONTENTS.

PAGE
Introduction 5
I. Genealogical Tables : The Royal Family of France 13
II. Signs of Times 17
III. Current History of France 39
IV. The Royal Family of France 49
V. Covenant 52
VI. Legitimacy, or Right 60
VII. Bourbons 71
VIII. Orleanists 76
IX. Reconciliation 81
X. Thiers 86
XI. Duty 93
XII. Conclusion 96
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