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 Monroe Doctrine.Monsieur de Paris. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Monsieur.
 
Philippe, Due d’Orléans, brother to Louis XIV., was called Monsieur; other gentlemen were only Monsieur This or That. (1674–1723.)   1
   Monsieur le Coadjuteur. Paul de Gondi, afterwards Cardinal de Retz (Ress). (1614–1679.)   2
   Monsieur le Duc. Henri-Jules de Bourbon, eldest son of the Prince de Condé. (1692–1740.)   3
   Monsieur le Grand. The Great Equerry of France.   4
   Monsieur le Prince. Prince de Condé (1621–1686). (See MADAME.)   5
 


 Monroe Doctrine.Monsieur de Paris. 

 
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