July Monarchy 1830 France

July Monarchy is the name given to the reign of the Orléanist king Louis-Philippe. He came to power in 1830 after the Parisian insurrection of the July Days—the trois glorieuses, 27, 28, and 29 July—had driven Charles X from power into exile [see Restoration]. In some respects the July Monarchy was a continuation of the previous regime, with a monarch, two chambers, and a small, wealthy electorate (though this continued to grow significantly throughout the reign).
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PARIS: Incendie Barriere St Denis: 1830 Military, 1834

PARIS: Incendie Barriere St Denis: 1830 Military, 1834

La North-Star du Paris-Orléans 1830 Cette machine est typique des premières locomotives

La North-Star du Paris-Orléans 1830 Cette machine est typique des premières locomotives

Le Cholera Morbus,a caricature describing how,   thanks to the July Revolution of 1830,the cholera   finally managed to reach Paris,coming from Russia   via Poland and Germany.   Coloured engraving,around 1830.

Le Cholera Morbus,a caricature describing how, thanks to the July Revolution of 1830,the cholera finally managed to reach Paris,coming from Russia via Poland and Germany. Coloured engraving,around 1830.

Lecomte,Hippolyte.Fighting at the city gate of St.Denis July 28, 1830.   "Les Trois Glorieuses" (The "three glorious days", July 27,28 and 29) ended the brief Bourbon restauration and established King Louis-Philippe's "July Monarchy".

Lecomte,Hippolyte.Fighting at the city gate of St.Denis July 28, 1830. "Les Trois Glorieuses" (The "three glorious days", July 27,28 and 29) ended the brief Bourbon restauration and established King Louis-Philippe's "July Monarchy".

The 28th July 1830 at the Hotel de Ville,Paris. "Les Trois Glorieuses" (the three glorious days July 27,28 and 29th)   ended the brief Bourbon restauration and established King Louis-Philippe's "July Monarchy".            By Joseph Beaume and Camille Mozin. Canvas

The 28th July 1830 at the Hotel de Ville,Paris. "Les Trois Glorieuses" (the three glorious days July 27,28 and 29th) ended the brief Bourbon restauration and established King Louis-Philippe's "July Monarchy". By Joseph Beaume and Camille Mozin. Canvas

Vernet,Horace.Revolution of 1830:Departure of King Louis-Philippe for the Paris townhall (Hotel de Ville).Before him the "Tricolore",the Republican flag he has just kissed. July 31,1848. Painted 1832. Canvas

Vernet,Horace.Revolution of 1830:Departure of King Louis-Philippe for the Paris townhall (Hotel de Ville).Before him the "Tricolore",the Republican flag he has just kissed. July 31,1848. Painted 1832. Canvas

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