I received your two letters they made as well as the one I just received a lot of pleasure; but I should have more to see you if it had been possible; but I can not, in spite of everything, my desire to see what my good aunt Elizabeth so much loved, would have the consolation to speak with her of telling you how much she was afflicted at your departure, at your separation. She learned in jail that you were fat she was very worried about you, and wanted you to have a girl. Yes, in spite of all her sorrows she often thought of her dear little girl, and I, by her example, I love you, and I often think of you, and would like to see you very much, but since it is impossible, I have at least the consolation of writing to you from you.To say that I have always loved you despite my youth when I knew you. I also have the happiness to see that in this country everyone loves you and admires you, which does not happen to all French. Your poor mother is doing pretty well at least when I see her. I also hope that there are some bombers and all your children are doing well, so many of you may look like their mother.
Farewell, ma'am, love me always and look like a person who loves you as much as my aunt loved you, and love me so that's all I want. Marie Therese Charlotte of France. Madame de Bombelles (Marie-Angelique de Mackau, born in 1762 and died in 1800) was the lady-in-waiting of Madame Elizabeth, sister of Louis XVI.Married in 1778 to marc-marie of bombelles, she emigrates during the revolution and painfully lives the end of the monarchy and the death of Madame Elizabeth. Marie thérèse charlotte de france had just been released from the temple prison. The 12th messidor an iii. Foreseeing that the girl of. Without the latter having ever been consulted. Accepts the terms of the exchange on July 30, 1795, but demands that prisoners of war be exchanged as well. Negotiations take place from September to November. The princess is finally exchanged for French prisoners. Captured by the Austrian army.
In the greatest discretion, she leaves the prison of the temple. Day of her seventeen years, escorted by a detachment of cavalry to go to. Where it is handed to the envoys of l. On leaving France, she would shed tears, not holding any rigor to the French for her misfortunes as she wrote in her memoirs.
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