Beauharnais


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Beauharnais

1. Alexandre , Vicomte de. 1760--94, French general, who served in the War of American Independence and the French Revolutionary wars; first husband of Empress Joséphine: guillotined
2. his son, Eugène de . 1781--1824, viceroy of Italy (1805--14) for his stepfather Napoleon I
3. (Eugénie) Hortense de . 1783--1837, queen of Holland (1806--10) as wife of Louis Bonaparte; daughter of Alexandre Beauharnais and sister of Eugène: mother of Napoleon III
4. Joséphine de . See (Empress) Josephine
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(159) See Beauharnais v Illinois, 343 US 250, 72 S Ct 725 (1952).
Berns traces the development of free speech doctrine in precisely this direction in discussing two mid-century decisions, Beauharnais v.
Amino acid score of the wheat variety "Beauharnais 56" is shown in Table 2.
In 1796, the future emperor of the French, Napoleon Bonaparte, married Josephine de Beauharnais. (The couple later divorced.)
utterances were identified as uncovered in Beauharnais v.
Beauharnais has never been overruled, though the Supreme Court has had opportunities to do so.
Built in 1890, Villa StA[c]phanie was created as a residence for royalty, named after StA[c]phanie de Beauharnais, Grand Duchess of Baden and adoptive daughter of Napoleon I.
Another stunning piece in the sale is a natural pearl and diamond necklace formerly in the collection of Josephine de Beauharnais (1763-1814), first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress of the French.
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The emperor refused to be crowned by the Pope, instead placing the crown on his own head and then his wife Josephine de Beauharnais' head.
London, Apr.28 ( ANI ): The letters written by Josephine de Beauharnais, the first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte, to his trusted general Alexandre Berthier, will be auctioned by Sotheby's in Paris on Tuesday.
Segur developed this assertion, describing how on 7 November, Prince Eugene de Beauharnais had to beat back attacks by Count Matvei Ivanovich Platov's troops in temperatures below 20 degrees.