Lost Dauphin

Lost Dauphin:

see Louis XVIILouis XVII
(Louis Charles), 1785–1795?, titular king of France (1793–95), known in popular legend as the "lost dauphin." The second son of King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette, he became dauphin at the death (1789) of his elder brother.
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, titular king of France.
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In 1839 and afterwards, Williams began to make the claim that he was the French Lost Dauphin. During the 1850s he openly became a pretender, but he died in poverty at Hogansburg, New York.
Vidocq at first suspects Carpentier's role in the murder--but soon, he and Carpentier are hot on the trail to solving the mysteries of the murder and the lost dauphin.
The earliest holograph draft of Audubon is section I-A (later titled "Was Not the Lost Dauphin") and is dated November and December of 1968.
The "lost dauphin" - audubon couldn't really be sure who he was, though he officially accepted the official (and untrue) version that his father gave him.
The so - called Lost Dauphin was Charles, son of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, called, after his father's death, Louis XVII by French loyalists.
The Lost Dauphin of France will be the focus of a Palatine Public Library District program for adults scheduled from 7 to 8 p.m.
Forensic science lecturer Hal Tinberg will be at the library to present the work and data used to solve the mystery of the Lost Dauphin, who was the son of French King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.