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Notes. INTRODUCTION. 1 In the light of this intention, I have not given full bibliographical details of the works to which I allude. The works referred to will be found in the bibliography; see below, pp. 613–14. 2 e.g. G. V. Taylor, C. B. A. Behrens and William Doyle.. 3 The doyen of the approach is Michel Antoine, though see too British scholars Peter Campbell, Munro Price, …
Volume: 2; Author: Jean-Augustin-Julien Desboulmiers; Category: Foreign Language - French; Length: 292 Pages; Year: 1766
Observations sur la physique, sur l'histoire naturelle et sur les arts : avec des planches en taille-douce dédiées a Mgr. le comte d'Artois / (Paris, France : Hôtel de Thou, 1773-1793), ed. by François Rozier (page images at HathiTrust) Journal de physique.
The royal lineage of France was descended from Hughes, nicknamed Capet, elected king in 987. From his nickname comes the historians' name for the lineage, Capetians, although this was never considered the family name of the kings of France. (Only in 1792, when Louis XVI was deposed, was he given the name of Louis Capet, in part by derision).
Dauphiné: ceded by the last Dauphin de Viennois in 1349 to the French king on condition that it be held by his eldest son, the Dauphiné was held by the king when not held by a Dauphin. The last Dauphin to personally rule was the future Louis XI until 1461.
Louis XVI was deposed on August 10, 1792 and the monarchy abolished on September 22. The title ceased to be used (although Napoleon took the title of "Emperor of the French" in 1804).
Henri IV managed to conquer his own kingdom by military force and by converting to Catholicism. He founded the house of Bourbon who reigned as kings of France and Navarre. His direct descendant Louis XVI was renamed "king of the French". (Roi des Français) in 1791, deposed in 1792 and executed in 1793.
Although Charles X had an heir, his grandson Henri, duc de Bordeaux (1820-83), the outcome of the Revolution of 1830 was to remove the senior branch of the Bourbons and put instead Louis-Philippe I on the throne as "king of the French".
No brook is too little to seek the sea.