Louis XVII. (17851796)

Louis XVII., second son of the preceding, shut up in the Temple, was, after the execution of his mother, proclaimed king by the Emigrants, and handed over in his prison to the care of one Simon, a shoemaker, in service about the prison, to bring him up in the principles of Sansculottism; Simon taught him to drink, dance, and sing the carmagnole; he died in prison “amid squalor and darkness,” his shirt not changed for six months (17851796).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Louis XVI. * Louis XVIII.
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