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  • My sister Élisabeth is a charming child, who has intelligence, character, and much grace; she showed the greatest feeling, and much above her age, at the departure of her sister.

    The Ruin of a Princess

  • This record of Madame Élisabeth is here followed by the "Journal of the Temple," written by Cléry, the valet who attended on Louis XVI. to the last hour of his life, and by the far more valuable and even precious Narrative of that embodiment of sorrow, Marie-Thérèse de

    The Ruin of a Princess

  • Marie-Phillippine-Élisabeth-Hélène, sister of King Louis XVI., died on the 10th of May 1794, aged thirty years, hav -

    The Ruin of a Princess

  • [The report in the "Moniteur" does not say, but a large number of persons present have declared that Madame Élisabeth answered: "I am named Élisabeth-Marie de France, sister of Louis XVI, aunt of Louis XVII, your king."]

    The Ruin of a Princess

  • E lisabeth Hasselbeck rocks 'NFL Live,' 'SportsCenter'

    From Inside the Box

  • On the twenty fourth day of the month of September in the year one-thousand seven-hundred eight by me the priest missionary serving the functions of pastor of the parish of Notre Dame de Bonsecours, was baptized Augustin, son of Nicolas Gamache and Marie Dion his wife, born on this same day. son The Godfather was Augustin Gamache and the godmother was à ‰ lisabeth Dion who have stated that they do not know how to sign as required by law.

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