Charles, Berry
Charles, Berry
Charles de France, Duke of Berry, (Versailles, 31 July 1686 – Versailles, 5 May 1714) was a grandson of Louis XIV of France. Although he was only a grandson of Louis XIV, Berry held the rank of fils de France ("son of France"), rather than petit-fils de France ("grandson of France"), as the son of the Dauphin, heir apparent to the throne. The Duke of Berry was for seven years heir presumptive to the throne of Spain (1700–1707).
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FOMC statement - IEWY News
Google News - over 5 years
Voting for the FOMC monetary policy action were: Ben S. Bernanke, Chairman; William C. Dudley, Vice Chairman; Elizabeth A. Duke; Charles L. Evans; Sarah Bloom Raskin; Daniel K. Tarullo; and Janet L. Yellen. Voting against the action were: Richard W
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Federal Reserve Statement in Full - Fullermoney - Proactive Investors UK
Google News - over 5 years
"Voting for the FOMC monetary policy action were: Ben S. Bernanke, Chairman; William C. Dudley, Vice Chairman; Elizabeth A. Duke; Charles L. Evans; Sarah Bloom Raskin; Daniel K. Tarullo; and Janet L. Yellen. "Voting against the action were: Richard W
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Fed to Remain on the Sidelines, For Now - Seeking Alpha
Google News - over 5 years
"Voting for the FOMC monetary policy action were: Ben S. Bernanke, Chairman; William C. Dudley, Vice Chairman; Elizabeth A. Duke; Charles L. Evans; Sarah Bloom Raskin; Daniel K. Tarullo; and Janet L. Yellen. "Voting against the action were: Richard W
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Al via il 18 luglio la XXIV edizione di Albinea Jazz 2011 - Concertionline.com
Google News - over 5 years
Una carriera che lo ha visto accompagnare mostri sacri come Chet Baker e Gerry Mulligan, Billy Cobham e George Duke, Charles Mingus e Gary Burton, fino alla consacrazione negli anni '80 alla corte di Miles Davis. Intrapresa successivamente la strada
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Wonders of Lake Geneva - Bangkok Post
Google News - over 5 years
It was built in memory of Duke Charles of Brunswick who left his fortune to the City of Geneva in 1873. Also by the lakeside stands a brass plate marking the spot where anarchist Luigi Lucheni assassinated Sissi, Empress of Austria, in 1898
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Texto íntegro de la Reserva Federal - CNNExpansión.com
Google News - over 5 years
"En la votación de política monetaria del FOMC estuvieron: Ben S. Bernanke, Presidente; William C. Dudley, Vicepresidente; Elizabeth A. Duke; Charles L. Evans; Richard W. Fisher; Narayana Kocherlakota; Charles I. Plosser; Sarah Bloom Raskin;
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Fed: Αμετάβλητα τα επιτόκια, επιβράδυνε η ανάκαμψη - Capital.gr
Google News - over 5 years
Υπέρ της δράσης της FOMC ψήφισαν οι: Ben S. Bernanke, πρόεδρος, William C. Dudley, αντιπρόεδρος, Elizabeth A. Duke, Charles L. Evans, Richard W. Fisher, Narayana Kocherlakota, Charles I. Plosser, Sarah Bloom Raskin, Daniel K. Tarullo και Janet L
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Point guards the rage at this year's NBA draft - Chicago Sun-Times
Google News - over 5 years
HONORABLE MENTION: Shelvin Mack, 6-2, 205 pounds, Butler; Darius Morris, 6-5, 190 pounds, Michigan; Nolan Smith, 6-3, 188 pounds, Duke; Charles Jenkins, 6-3, 216 pounds, Hofstra; Cory Joseph, 6-3, 186 pounds, Texas. BULLS' PROBABLE INTEREST: None,
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Mai várható: visszaeshetnek az újlakás-eladások a tengerentúlon - Tőzsdefórum
Google News - over 5 years
... sa szünet ideje alatt lesz bőven ideje megítélni azt, hogy a gazdasági növekedés fenntartható-e, vagy sem. A mai kereskedési napon beszédet tart Elizabeth Duke, Charles Plosser s Thomas Hoenig Fed-kormányzó, akiknek beszédére érdemes figyelni
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FOMC Minutes (FULL-TEXT) - International Business Times
Google News - almost 6 years
Voting for this action: Ben Bernanke, William C. Dudley, Elizabeth Duke, Charles L. Evans, Richard W. Fisher, Narayana Kocherlakota, Charles I. Plosser, Sarah Bloom Raskin, Daniel K. Tarullo, and Janet L. Yellen. It was agreed that the next meeting of
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    TWENTIES
  • 1714
    Age 27
    But, on 5 May 1714, he died from internal injuries sustained in a hunting accident.
    More Details Hide Details His death rendered the details of the Regency less straightforward than before. The Duke and the Duchess of Berry had three children, none of whom reached one month of age. As Grandchildren of France, they needed a surname. However, since their father was Duke of Berry only by name, their surname was not "de Berry" but "d'Alençon", taken from his first substantial duchy. The Duke of Berry assumed the royal arms (Azure, three fleur-de-lys or) differenced with a bordure engrailed gules, the mark of cadency traditionally associated with the Duchy of Berry since the 14th century (despite the fact that he never actually received that Duchy as an apanage, but the Duchies of Alençon and Angoulême to which other arms were associated) and with the coronet of a Child of France above the shield.
  • 1712
    Age 25
    In 1712, Berry's eldest brother, Louis, Duke of Burgundy, Dauphin of France, and the later's elder son, Louis, Duke of Brittany died.
    More Details Hide Details It was foreseeable that Berry would serve as Regent for his brother's younger son, Louis, Duke of Anjou.
    He renounced all his rights to the Spanish succession on 24 November 1712, in application of the treaties of Utrecht.
    More Details Hide Details As a result of the prestige of his birth, cadet branches of the royal family saw in him a splendid match for their daughters. One of his aunts, Louise-Françoise de Bourbon, princesse de Condé, a legitimised daughter of Louis XIV and Madame de Montespan, proposed her beautiful daughter, Louise Élisabeth de Bourbon, but the marriage proposal came to naught, much to the annoyance of the House of Bourbon-Condé.
  • 1711
    Age 24
    As the third son of the Dauphin, Berry was not expected to inherit the throne; and at his father's death in 1711, his oldest brother Louis, Duke of Burgundy became Dauphin.
    More Details Hide Details However, in agreement with the testament of Charles II, king of Spain, the Duke of Berry was heir presumptive to the Spanish throne from November 1700 until 15 August 1707 (birth of his nephew Louis, Prince of Asturias).
  • 1710
    Age 23
    The Princess de Condé's sister, Françoise-Marie de Bourbon, duchesse d'Orléans, then suggested a union with her eldest daughter, Marie Louise Élisabeth d'Orléans. The marriage with Marie Louise Élisabeth, daughter of Philippe d'Orléans, Duke of Orléans, the future Regent of France, took place on 6 July 1710.
    More Details Hide Details A miscarriage ended the first pregnancy of Marie Louise Élisabeth who then gave birth to a prematured boy who lived just a few weeks. She was again pregnant at the death of her husband but miscarried a girl one month later. The Duchess was notoriously unfaithful to her husband and even thought of running away with her lover La Haye. Elizabeth Charlotte, Duchess Dowager of Orléans and the grandmother of Berry's wife, nicknamed him "Berry-Bon Cœur" ("Berry Good Heart") and later wrote on the marriage between him and her granddaughter: At first he was passionately fond of his wife; but at the end of three months he fell in love with a little, ugly, femme de chambre. The Duchess, who had sufficient penetration, was not slow in discovering this, and told her husband immediately that, if he continued to live upon good terms with her, as he had done at first, she would say nothing about it, and act as if she were not acquainted with it; but if he behaved ill, she would tell the whole affair to the King, and have the femme de chambre sent away, so that he should never hear of her again. By this threat she held the Duke, who was a very simple man, so completely in check, that he lived very well with her up to his death, leaving her to do as she pleased, and dying himself as fond as ever of the femme de chambre.
    In 1710, he was invested with his apanage, consisting in the duchies of Alençon, of Angoulême, county of Ponthieu and other minor fiefs.
    More Details Hide Details Ponthieu was exchanged some month later for other domains. By a special brevet, his grandfather permitted him to keep the title "Duke of Berry", which he held until his death..
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1686
    Born
    Born on July 31, 1686.
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