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Jeanne Louise Henriette Campan

Memoirs of the Court of Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, Volume 3 / Being the Historic Memoirs of Madam Campan, First Lady in Waiting to the Queen

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    Alexandra Skitiovahas quoted3 months ago
    and through one of those inconsistencies more common in France than elsewhere, while the Queen was blamed, she was blindly imitated. There was not a woman but would have the same undress, the same cap, and the same feathers as she had been seen to wear.
    Alexandra Skitiovahas quoted3 months ago
    Madame, the King's daughter, came into the world before mid-day on the 19th of December.—[Marie Therese Charlotte (1778-1861), Madame Royale; married in 1799 Louis, Duc d'Angouleme, eldest son of the Comte d'Artois.]
    Alexandra Skitiovahas quoted3 months ago
    It is necessary to be sincere at Court, and severe in the field, stoical without obduracy, magnanimous without weakness, and to gain the esteem of our enemies by the justice of our actions; and this, madam, is what I aim at. JOSEPH VIENNA, September, 1787.

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