ENFANS de France...... The royal children.
Madame & mesdames..... Sisters or daughters of the King, or Princesses near the Throne (sometimes used also for the wife of Monsieur, the eldest brother of the King, the Princesses Adelaide, Victoire, Sophie, Louise, daughters of Louis XV., and aunts of Louis XVI.)
Madame Elisabeth...... The Princesse Elisabeth, sister of Louis XVI.
Madame Royale......... The Princesse Marie Therese, daughter of Louis XVI., afterwards Duchesse d’Angouleme.
Mademoiselle.......... The daughter of Monsieur, the brother of the King.
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