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Princess of France


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France, Princess of

France, Princess of

Contract of Marriage of Louis, Dauphin of France, with the Electoral Princess Marie Anne Christine of Bavaria, signed at Munich, 30 December 1679

Henrietta Maria [Princess Henrietta Maria of France] (1609-1669), queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland, consort of Charles I

Convention between France and Wurtemberg for the Marriage of Prince Alexander of Wurtemberg with Princess Marie of Orleans, signed at Paris, 7 October 1837

Treaty between France and the Two Sicilies for the Marriage of the Duke of Berry with the Princess Caroline, signed at Naples, 15 April 1816

Convention between France and Mecklenburg-Schwerin for the Marriage of the Duke of Orleans with the Princess Helène, signed at Perleberg, 4 April 1837

Treaty between Baden and France for the Marriage of the Hereditary Prince with Princess Stephanie Napoleon, signed at Paris, 17 February 1806

Contract of Marriage between Victor Amadeus, Duke of Savoy, and Princess Anne, daughter of Philippe, Duke of Orleans, brother of Louis XIV, King of France, signed at Versailles, 9 April 1684

Contract of Marriage between Charles II, King of Spain, and the Princess Marie Louise, Daughter of Philippe, Brother of Louis XIV, King of France, signed at Fontainebleau, 30 August 1679

Treaty between France and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha for the Marriage of the Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha with the Princess Clémentine of Orleans, signed at Vienna, 21 February 1843

Treaty between Belgium and France for the Marriage of the King of the Belgians with the Princess Louise of Orleans, signed at Paris, 28 July 1832

Convention between France and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha for the Marriage of the Duc de Nemours with the Princess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, signed at Paris, 24 April 1840

Treaty between Brazil and France for the Marriage of the Prince de Joinville with Princess Francisca-Caroline, signed at Rio de Janeiro, 22 April 1843

Treaty between France and the Two Sicilies for the Marriage of the Duc d'Aumale with the Princess Marie-Caroline-Auguste, signed at Naples, 12 September 1844

Philippe I, Duc d’Orléans (1640 - 1701) and Elisabeth-Charlotte, Duchesse d’Orléans (1652 - 1722) and Philippe II, Duc d’Orléans (1674 - 1723) and Louis, Duc d’Orléans (1703 - 1752) and Louis-Philippe, Duc d’Orléans (1725 - 1785) and Louis-Philippe-Joseph, Duc d’Orléans (1747 - 1793) and Louis-Philippe, King of the French (1773 - 1850) and Ferdinand-Philippe, Duc d’Orléans (1810 - 1842) and Marie, Princess d’Orléans and Duchess of Württemberg (1813 - 1839) and Henri-Eugène-Philippe-Louis d’Orléans, Duc d’Aumale (1822 - 1897) and Antoine-Marie-Philippe-Louis d’Orléans, Duc de Montpensier (1824 - 1890)

SAMUEL, John (Smith) (1870 - 1934), Commander of the Order of the Crown of Belgium; Chevalier Legion of Honour; Cavalier Order of the Crown of Italy; Officier de l’Academie of France; Imperial Order of Russian Red Cross, Order of St Sava of Serbia, Order of Prince Danilo of Montenegro; Order of Merit, Chile; Officer of the Order of St John of Jerusalem; Member Middle Temple; Official Secretary to Lord Provosts of Glasgow since 1896; Ceremonial Secretary to Corporation of Glasgow; Clerk of Lieutenancy of County of City of Glasgow; Clerk to Visiting Committee of HM Prison, Barlinnie; Swedish Consul at Glasgow; Member of Glasgow War Pensions Committee, Lord Kitchener Memorial Fund and National Disasters Relief Fund; Honorary Treasurer of various official War Relief Funds; Hon. Secretary Earl Haig’s Fund for Disabled ex-Service Men; Hon. Secretary Glasgow Branch of the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Help Society and of the Princess Louise Scottish Hospital for Limbless Sailors and Soldiers; was Local Hon. Secretary for the Glasgow meetings in 1901 and 1928 of the British Association for the Advancement of Science

 

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