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A Connected Series of Notes On the Chief Revolutions of the Principal States Whi

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A Connected Series of Notes On the Chief Revolutions of the Principal States Whi
Butler Charles
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227 to the next collateral line. This successively introduced the Valesian and Bourbon lines.
In respect to the introduction of the Valesian line; — Saint Lewis, the eighth monarch in suc- cession to Hugh Capet, had two sons, Philip the third, and Robert Count of Clermont.
Philip the third had two sons, Philip the fourth, and Charles Count of Valois.
Philip the fourth had three sons, Lewis the tenth, Philip the fifth, and Charles the fourth: all of them died without male issue. The re- sort the
...n was to the descendants of Charles Count of Valois their uncle; and accordingly, Philip his son succeeded to the throne, and gave rise to the Valesian line of the Capetian kings.
In respect to the introduction of the Bour- bon line; — on the death of Henry the third, the last king of the Valesian line, the resort was to Henry the fourth, his next heir, and the lineal male descendant of Robert Count of Clermont. By his marriage with Beatrice, heiress of the house of Bourbon, Robert Count of Clermont became entitled to the lordship of Bourbon in her right: and his posterity exchanged for it the title of Clermont.


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