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" Anjou, by whom he had eleven children, four sous and seven daughters, of whom two sons only survived him, namely, Louis and Charles ; he had also three illegitimate children, according to Mezeray. In 1461, Charles died at Meun, in the province of Berry,... "
Memoirs of Jeanne d'Arc, surnamed la pucelle d'Orléans; with the history of ... - Página 155
por Jeanne d' Arc (ste.) - 1824
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Memoirs of Jeanne D'Arc, Surnamed La Pucelle D'Orleans: With the ..., Volumen1

William Henry Ireland - 1824
...latter began by performing exorcisms upon Jeanne ; commanding her not to approach if she wot icicktd, but to come near him if she was good. Upon this Jeanne...Jeanne d'Arc was presented to the king by the count de Vciulomc, and without hesitation recognized the monarch at first sight, although there was nothing...
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Memoirs of Jeanne D'Arc, Surnamed La Pucelle D'Orleans: With the ..., Volumen1

William Henry Ireland - 1824
...espoused to Mary, daughter of Louis, the second duke of Anjou, by whom he had eleven children, four sons and seven daughters, of whom two sons only survived...Jeanne d'Arc was presented to the king by the count de Venddme, and without hesitation recognized the monarch at first sight, although there was nothing particular...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1851
...saints in glory everlasting. JM Mareh 18th.— At the City-Raul Ckepel-houu. the Rer. Joseph Fowler, in the sixtieth year of his age, and the fortieth of his ministry. This eminent servant of Christ, in the untiring activity of his long ministerial career,...
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Woodhouse Grove School: Memorials and Reminiscences

Josiah Thomas Slugg - 1885 - 353 páginas
...elected secretary of the Conference in 1848. After having laboured for forty years, he died in 1851, in the sixtieth year of his age and the fortieth of his ministry, under the same roof as John Wesley. His son Henry was born in Sunderland in 1830. After a...
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The Irish Dominicans of the Seventeenth Century: First Published at Louvain ...

Rev. John O'Heyne - 1902 - 288 páginas
...religious Orders, after the various mishaps of distressful exile, he is living in Louvain at Holy Cross, in the sixtieth year of his age and the fortieth of his profession. Father Dominic Delphin, of the same community, studied at Pampeluna, and after returning...
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The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, Volumen34

Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - 1905
...religious Orders, after the various mishaps of distressful exile, he is living in Louvain, at Holy Cross, in the sixtieth year of his age and the fortieth of his profession." O'Heyne lived through an era during which great principles, both in Church and State,...
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The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, Volumen34

Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland - 1905
...religious Orders, after the various mishaps of distressful exile, he is living in Louvain, at Holy Cross, in the sixtieth year of his age and the fortieth of his profession." O'Heyne lived through an era during which great principles, both in Church and State,...
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Works: A Contemporary Version, Volumen20

Voltaire - 1901
...espoused to Mary, daughter of Louis, the second Duke of Anjou, by whom he had eleven children, four sons and seven daughters, of whom two sons only survived...machinations of his son, the Dauphin, afterwards Louis the Eleventh. 4 This indolence and nullity of character affords us an insight as to the rest of Charles's...
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