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us: Paris, Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans, comte de, 1838-1894


  • [Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans, comte de Paris, would have become King of France if his grandfather, King Louis-Philippe, had not been forced from the throne in the revolution of 1848. The Comte de Paris went into exile in England during the revolution, and then served as a volunteer on General George McClellan's staff in 1861-1862. When the French republican government passed a law in 1886 expelling the heads of all formerly sovereign houses from France, the Comte de Paris retired again to England, where he died in 1894. During his years in England he published several books, including an eight-volume history of the Civil War.]

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    • us: D'Orléans, Louis-Philippe-Albert, comte de Paris, 1838-1894
    • us: Orléans, Louis-Philippe-Albert d', comte de Paris, 1838-1894
    • us: Paris, comte de, 1838-1894
    • us: Paris, Philippe, comte de, 1838-1894
    • us: Parizhskiĭ, graf, 1838-1894
    • us: Parižskiĭ, soč., 1838-1894
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    • found: His Istorīi͡a amerikanskoĭ mezhduusobnoĭ voĭny, 1875-1878: t.p. (grafa Parizhskago)
    • found: LC data base 9/23/85 (hdg.: Paris, Louis Philippe Albert d'Orléans, comte de, 1838-1894; usage: mgr le comte de Paris)
    • found: Bib. nat. (Paris, Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans, comte de)
    • found: Grande enc. (Paris, Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans, comte de, 1838-1894)
    • found: Grand Larousse (Paris, Louis Philippe d'Orléans, comte de, 1838-1894)
    • found: NUCMC data from Columbia Univ. Libraries, Bakhmeteff Archive (New York, N.Y.) for Staal, G.F.C. Papers, ca. 1860-1894 (Philippe, comte de Paris)
    • found: GDEL (under Orléans, maisons de: family tree shows Philippe, duc d'Orléans (1896-1926) as son of Louis-Philippe, comte de Paris (1838-1894); under Orléans, Philippe, duc d', 1896-1926: son of Philippe, comte de Paris)
    • found: Comte de Paris Civil War photograph album (unpublished work), 1861-1862
    • found: Encyclopaedia Britannica online (www. Britannica.com), viewed August 6, 2013 (Philippe d'Orléans, count de Paris; would have become King of France if his grandfather, King Louis-Philippe, had not been forced from the throne in the revolution of 1848; the Comte de Paris went into exile in England during the revolution, and then served as a volunteer on General George McClellan's staff in 1861-1862; when the French republican government passed a law in 1886 expelling the heads of all formerly sovereign houses from France, the Comte de Paris retired again to England, where he died in 1894)
    • found: OCLC, August 12, 2013 (access points: Paris, Louis Philippe Albert d'Orleans; Paris, Louis Philippe Albert d'Orléans, comte de; Paris, Louis Philippe Albert d'Orléans de; Paris, Louis Philippe Albert D'Orléans de, 1838-1894; Paris, Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans, 1838-1894; Paris, Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans, comte de; Paris, Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans, comte de, 1838-1894; Paris, Philippe, Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans, comte de; usage: Comte de Paris; soč. Parižskago; M. le comte de Paris; comte de Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans; soch. grafa Parizhskago; Louis Paris; M. le Cte de Paris; Cte de Paris)
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    • [Louis-Philippe-Albert d'Orléans, comte de Paris, would have become King of France if his grandfather, King Louis-Philippe, had not been forced from the throne in the revolution of 1848. The Comte de Paris went into exile in England during the revolution, and then served as a volunteer on General George McClellan's staff in 1861-1862. When the French republican government passed a law in 1886 expelling the heads of all formerly sovereign houses from France, the Comte de Paris retired again to England, where he died in 1894. During his years in England he published several books, including an eight-volume history of the Civil War.]
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    • [Old catalog heading: Paris, Louis Philippe Albert d'Orléans, comte de, 1838-1894.]
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    • 1985-09-25: new
    • 2013-08-15: revised
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