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Mademoiselle Deluzy-Desportes once was governess to the four children of the Duc de Praslin ( Charles Boyer ) and his wife, the Duchesse de Praslin ( Barbara O ' Neil ) in the last years of the Orleans monarchy in Paris.
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Mademoiselle and Deluzy-Desportes
When Mademoiselle Henriette Deluzy-Desportes ( Bette Davis ), a French woman, starts teaching at an American girls school, she is confronted with tales and gossip about her, which have become common knowledge among her pupils.
Mademoiselle and once
Dr. Widerhofer was admitted at once to the chamber of the Archduke, where the body was already laid out, that of Mademoiselle Vetsera having been removed to an adjoining room, where it was disposed on a couch and completely hidden with a plain white coverlet, pending the arrival of relatives, who had at once been summoned .... Although I entered the girl's death-chamber, I was prevented, from the position of the table, which ran lengthwise with the couch, from closely observing the body.
He also ventured twice as librettist-lyricist, once with an original musical, Monte Carlo, and once with an adaptation of Lecocq's La Petite Mademoiselle as The Scarlet Feather.
Mademoiselle and was
Some archival investigation on the original letters suggests that the woman of romantic interest was a Mademoiselle Stéphanie-Félicie Poterin du Motel, the daughter of the physician at the hostel where Galois stayed during the last months of his life.
Mademoiselle was shot noir-style on location in rural France with a static camera, monochrome film stock and no music.
After the completion of The Source, Ingres produced paintings of historical genre, such as two versions of Louis XIV and Molière, ( 1857 and 1860 ), as well as several religious works in which the figure of the Virgin from The Vow of Louis XIII is reprised: The Virgin of the Adoption of 1858 ( painted for Mademoiselle Roland-Gosselin ) was followed by The Virgin Crowned ( painted for Madame la Baronne de Larinthie ) and The Virgin with Child.
He married Mademoiselle Houdin and, under special dispensation from the French government, was allowed to use the hyphenated last name.
* Mademoiselle de Maupin ( 1835 ) In September 1833, Gautier was solicited to write a historical romance based on the life of French opera star Mlle Maupin, who was a first-rate swordswoman and often went about disguised as a man.
In 1685, the Cardinal de Bouillon had refused to take part in the marriage of the Duke of Bourbon and Françoise Marie's sister, Mademoiselle de Nantes, and, as a result, had been sent into exile, but he was recalled for the wedding of Françoise-Marie and the Duke of Chartres.
In the episode " The Circus Comes to Town " ( 5 / 28 / 40 ), it is revealed that she met the wealthy Mr. Uppington when she was a circus bareback rider known as Mademoiselle Tootsie Latour.
Crystal Ball ( 1976 ) was moderately successful and also included Shaw's " Mademoiselle " ( which was another minor hit, reaching No. 36 ) and DeYoung's " This Old Man ".
Produced at the Comédie-Française and starring the famous Mademoiselle Mars, Dumas ' play was an enormous success and launched him on his career.
He is said to have collaborated with the elder Dumas in Mademoiselle de Belle-Isle, and a comedy of his, L ' Ecole du monde, was produced at the Theâtre Français in 1840.
When this was discovered, Mademoiselle de Lespinasse was dismissed ( 1764 ), and the salon broke up, for she took with her D ' Alembert, Turgot and the literary clique.
Marie, daughter and heiress of Henry, Duke of Montpensier, brought the duchy to her husband Gaston, Duke of Orléans, brother of Louis XIII, whom she married in 1626, and their daughter and heiress, known as La Grande Mademoiselle was duchess of Montpensier.
When Mademoiselle Anne died childless, her heir ( but an ancestress ' Huguenot marriage after being a nun may have been regarded invalid ) was Elisabeth Charlotte, Princess Palatine, the then wife of Duke of Orléans.
Mademoiselle de Montpensier was a title conferred upon some women of the royal family, namely during the years previous to the French Revolution.
His mother, born Mademoiselle de Caulet, was of the same millieu, her father serving as a " president of the morter "-a judicial rank-at the Parlement de Toulouse, where Jean-Jacques was also to have a brief tenure.
When Lind was about nine years old, her singing was overheard by the maid of Mademoiselle Lundberg, the principal dancer at the Royal Swedish Opera.
One such song was Mademoiselle, dites-moi donc, which she recorded with Ovila Légaré and featured the two of them bantering and flirting comedicly.
Mademoiselle and governess
Mademoiselle and four
In chapter four of the second Inspector Hanaud novel, The House of the Arrow ( 1924 ), Hanaud declares sanctimoniously to the heroine, " You are wise, Mademoiselle … For, after all, I am Hanaud.
File: Marquise de Montespan and children. jpg | Madame de Montespan and four of her children: Mademoiselle de Nantes ; Count of Vexin ; Mademoiselle de Tours ; Duke of Maine
Wise Blood began with four separate stories published in Mademoiselle, Sewanee Review, and Partisan Review in 1948 and 1949.
After a four week trial engagement with Benson, Payne spent a season touring Britain with a much smaller company, Mademoiselle Gratienne.
M. Déroulard's household consisted of four servants, his aged, but very infirm aristocratic mother, Mademoiselle Mesnard herself, and on the night of the death, two visitors: M. de Saint Alard, a neighbour, and John Wilson, an English friend.
Mademoiselle and children
The two children were named Augustus Frederick D ' Este and Ellen Augusta Emma, Mademoiselle D ' Este, both parents being descended from the royal House of Este.
His father remarried Françoise d ' Orléans, Mademoiselle de Longueville in 1565 and had a further three children, Charles, Count of Soissons being the only child to survive infancy.
Even though the Dowager Princess of Condé was not informed of the marriage, she was present at the bedding ceremony at Sceaux along with Louis Henri, Duke of Bourbon ; his wife Marie Anne de Bourbon ; the Dowager Princess of Conti and her children the Prince of Conti and Mademoiselle de La Roche-sur-Yon.
Louis François Joseph had two illegitimate children, born in 1761 and 1767, by Marie Anne Véronèse, known as Mademoiselle Coraline, previously a dancer at an Italian theatre.
He had married twice, firstly Mademoiselle Chati of Cean, and then Mademoiselle Dumoustier of Saint Quentin, but had no children.
Mademoiselle and Duc
It was now intimated to Mademoiselle that Lauzun's restoration to liberty depended on her immediate settlement of the principality of Dombes, the county of Eu and the duchy of Aumale-three properties assigned by her to Lauzun-on the little Duc de Maine, eldest son of Louis XIV and Mme de Montespan.
In fact, these formal styles were seldom employed in conversation, since the princes du sang used unique styles ( e. g. Mademoiselle, Monsieur le Prince ), while the ducal peers, led by the proud Duc de Saint-Simon, avoided conceding the altesse to the princes étrangers and bâtards royals, prompting nobles of lesser rank to do likewise.
During his ministry ( 1723 – 1725 ) she was in several respects the real ruler of France, her most notable triumph being the marriage of Louis XV of France to Marie Leszczynska instead of to Mademoiselle de Vermandois, the younger sister of the Duc de Bourbon.
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Mademoiselle Riego de la Blanchardiere is generally credited with the invention of Irish Crochet, publishing the first book of patterns in 1846.
His work influenced novelist Théophile Gautier's Mademoiselle de Maupin, which provided the first description of a physical type that became associated with lesbians: tall, wide-shouldered, slim-hipped, and athletically inclined.
His portraits of women range from the warmly sensuous Madame de Senonnes ( 1814 ) to the realistic Mademoiselle Jeanne Gonin ( 1821 ), the Junoesque Marie-Clothilde-Inés de Foucauld, Madame Moitessier ( portrayed standing and seated, 1851 and 1856 ), and the chilly Joséphine-Eléonore-Marie-Pauline de Galard de Brassac de Béarn, Princesse de Broglie ( 1853 ).
In secret marriage, Louis XIV wed his second wife, Madame de Maintenon, in 1683 ; Louis the Grand Dauphin wed Marie Émilie de Joly de Choin in 1695 ; Anne Marie d ' Orléans ( La Grande Mademoiselle ) wed Antoine, Duke of Lauzun in 1682 ; and Louis Philippe I, Duke of Orléans wed the Marquise de Montesson in 1773.
Constant wars with many of the major powers in Europe rendered a significant marriage with a foreign princess unlikely, or so Louis XIV told his brother, Monsieur, when persuading him to accept the king's legitimised daughter, Françoise Marie de Bourbon ( known as Mademoiselle de Blois ), as wife for Philippe.