Funeral of Louis-Philippe: Entrance to the Vault in the Chapel, at Weybridge - Count de Paris, Duc de Nemours, Duc d'Aumale, and Prince de Joinville, 1850. The coffin of former French king Louis Philippe I is interred at Weybridge in Surrey. 'After the mass, the body was removed to the vault where it is destined to repose until France shall have opened its gate to the family of Orleans...After the last prayers had been pronounced, the Princes once more sprinkled holy water on the coffin, and kneeling amidst the tears of all the attendants, fervently kissed the repository of the remains of their father'. From "Illustrated London News", 1850.
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