CHARLES , 4thduke of Guise (1571–1640), was imprisoned for three years after his
See also:death . He married Henriette Catherine de Joyeuse, widow of the duke of Montpensier . His eldest son predeceased him, and he was succeeded by his second son
See also:HENRY (1614–1664), who had been archbishop of Reims, but renounced the ecclesiastical
See also:estate and became 5th duke . He made an attempt (1647) on the
See also:crown of Naples, and was a prisoner in Spain from 1648 to 1652 . A second expedition to Naples in 1654 was a fiasco . He was succeeded by his
See also:JosEPH (1650-1671), as 6th duke . With his son,
See also:FRANCIS JOSEPH (167o-1675), the
See also:line failed; and the title and estates passed to his
See also:Marie of
See also:Lorraine, duchess of Guise 2 Philippe-
See also:Emmanuel of Lorraine, duke of Mercoeur, a
See also:cadet of Lorraine and
See also:brother of Louise de Vaudemont, Henry
See also:queen . His wife, Mary of Luxemburg, descended from the dukes of
See also:Brittany, and he was made
See also:governor of the province in 1582 . He aspired to
See also:sovereignty, and called his son
See also:prince and duke of Brittany . Rene II . (who
See also:united the two branches of the
See also:house of Lorraine), duke of Lorraine, and Philippa of Gelderland,' had (besides two older boys who died in childhood, and' four unmarried daughters)
See also:Claude, duke of Lorraine, 1st duke of Guise, 1'1544, t1550, ancestor of the dukes of =Antoinette of Bourbon . Lorraine and the house of Mercceur .
See also:John, 1st
See also:cardinal of Lorraine . Ferri, Louis, Francis, killed at Marignano. killed at Naples. killed at
See also:Pavia . Louis, 1st cardinal of Guise, 1'1578 Fralncis, Charles, 2nd duke of Guise, 2nd cardinal of Lorraine, t1563, 1'1574 . =Anne of Este . Claude,
See also:marquis of Mayenne and duke of Aumale, 1'1573, Louise de Brezk . Charles, duke of Aumale, t163I . Francis, Rene,
See also:prior. marquis of
See also:Elbeuf, fi566 . Charles, duke of Elbeuf, f16o5 . Marie = And five others . (I) duke of Longueville, (2)
See also:James V. of Scotland . Mary tuart, queen of Scots . And five others .
Henry, 3rd duke, 1'1588=Cather-
See also:ine of
See also:Cleves (and had 14
See also:children),Charles, duke of Mayenne, f161I . Henry, duke of Mayenne, f162I . Louis, Catherine = 2nd cardinal of Guise, Louis de Bourbon, • f 1588. duke of Montpensier . Charles, 4th duke of Guise, t 164o . Claude, duke of Chevreuse, = Marie de Rohan, widow of the duke of
See also:Luynes . Henry, archbishop of Reims, and 5th duke, t1664.' Marie, called Mlle. de Guise, succeeded to the duchy in 1675 and sold her rights to Louis
See also:Augustus, duke of Maine . Louis, 3rd cardinal of Guise, t162I . s And eleven more . Louis, And eight more. chevalier of Guise and duke of Joyeuse, 1'1654 . Louis-Joseph, 6th duke of Guise, t l'571 . Francis-Joseph, 7th and last duke of Guise, t I675• (1615-1688), daughter of the 4th duke, and with her the title after their introduction from Italy in 1788 by the duchess Amalie became
See also:extinct . The title is now vested in the
See also:family of the of
See also:Weimar .
See also:Otto i states that it was Capellmeister Naumann of Bourbon-
See also:Orleans princes .
See also:Dresden who requested him to make him a guitar with six strings by adding the low E, a spun
See also:string . The
See also:original guitar brought from Italy by the duchess Amalie had five strings,2 the lowest A being the only one covered with wire . Otto also covered the D in
See also:order to increase the fulness of the
See also:tone . In Spain six-stringed guitars and vihuelas were known in the 16th century; they are described by Juan Bermudo 3 and others.' The lowest string was tuned to G . Other'
See also:Spanish guitars of the same
See also:period had four, five er seven strings or courses of strings in pairs of unisons .
CHARLEROI (Carolus Rex)
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