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Monaco

  • J. Scott Keltie
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

Prince Albert, born November 13, 1848 ; succeeded his father, Prince Charles III., September 10, 1889 ; married (1) to Lady Mary Douglas Hamilton, September 21, 1869 ;1 (2) to Alice Duchess-Dowager de Richelieu. Son by first wife, Prince Louis, bom July 12, 1870.

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  9. 1 The religious marriage was annulled by the Apostolic See on January 3, 1880. and the civil marriage declared dissolved by decree of the reigning Prince on July 28, 1880.Google Scholar

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