The False Chevalier

The False Chevalier

Or, The Lifeguard of Marie Antoinette

Book - 1898
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Lighthall's work is based on "a packet of worm-eaten letters and documents found in an old French-Canadian house on the banks of the St. Lawrence." During Marie Antoinette's imprisonment, there were three attempts to free her and her children. The French Revolution exposed the deep rift that existed in France between those who believed in the Monarchy and those wishing to destroy it completely.
Publisher: Montreal : F. E. Grafton & Sons, 1898.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (337 p.)

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