§710

19th century:

§710 MacMahon, partisan of the Tricolor, checked the restoration of the monarchy in White (4) (1873.11.21): VI-53.

 

VI-53:

The great Celtic Prelate being suspect to the King,

By night with rapidity shall go out of the reign:

For the fertile duke in favor of his great King, of Britain,

Byzantium in Cyprus and Tunis unsuspected.

(Le grand Prelat Celtique à Roy suspect,

De nuict par cours sortira hors du regne:

Par duc fertille à son grand Roy, Bretaigne,

Bisance à Cipres & Tunes insuspect.)

 

NOTES: Prelat (prelate): A principal person of a Church or a State, prelat (prelature and preture, too) being in Latin « prælatus, being brought forward.» ((Torné-Chavigny, 1861, p.52; Vignois, 1910, p.356). The usages in the Prophecies of Nostradamus in an ecclesiastical sense: VI-31, VI-93 and X-56); in a political one: VI-53, VI-86 bis, VIII-93 bis and IX-15; and in a common sense of forward: III-41, IX-21 bis, IX-87 and X-47.

The great Celtic Prelate: « The Count of Chambord, the great Frenchman » (Vignois, id.), Celtique meaning in most cases French (15 among 18 usages of the words Celte, Celtique are for France, Français, français)..

The King: = The President of the French Republic MacMahon (Vignois, id.).

The great Celtic Prelate being suspect to the King: « The Count of Chambord, the great Frenchman, having appeared in person against the vote and become by his presence suspect to MacMahon…» (Vignois, id.). « MacMahon, originally legitimist, having served the two revolutionary monarchies, and lived as a military foreign to the politics, was disposed to conduct himself as parliamentary chief of State…» (Seignobos, 1921b, p.361) « … Chambord saw in the adhesion to his principle the renunciation of the parliamentary regime… » (Seignobos, id., p.367)

By night: In secret.

To go out of the reign: To go out of the French territory and of the French government.

By night with rapidity shall go out of the reign: « The Count of Chambord, uneasy, arrived secretly in France, hoping to restore the kingdom by means of a personal agreement with the President of the Republic. He stayed hidden at Versailles in the house of his faithful of Vanssay during twelve days (November 9-21); the secret, kept by twenty persons, was known neither to the Assembly nor to the police. The Prince expected to appear suddenly in the Assembly on MacMahon’s arm, and make recognize himself as king in the transport of enthusiasm. He sent his confident to MacMahon. MacMahon replied that his honor forbade him to enter secret conferences; the Assembly had wanted to restore the monarchy, but since the letter of the Prince, it judged its return impossible; this situation imposed on him new obligations he refused to betray. Chambord was grieved by this refusal which deprived him of all means of taking action... [which made Chambord leave France on November 21.]» (Seignobos, id., p.376).

The fertile duke in favor of his great King: = Mars (§708, VI-35) = the Duke of Broglie: « MacMahon [his great King], originally legitimist, having served the two revolutionary monarchies, and lived as a military foreign to the politics, was disposed to conduct himself as parliamentary chief of State. But, timid and modest, he felt himself ignorant, and left his ministers to manage the affairs. The power passed to the chief of the coalition [of all the parties of the Right], the Duke of Broglie, an Orleanist who had refused to join the Empire. He had on the conservative majority a personal influence, by his speech, which, though handicapped by a harsh and nasal voice, was, under the academic forms, biting, disdainful, very strong in attack -, still more by his talents of parliamentary tactician, skilful in the negotiations in lobby among the allies and in the maneuvers in session against his adversaries. Nominated vice-President of the Council, he instantly formed a ministry with Orleanists, two Legitimists and a minister of the Empire, Magne (for the Finances).» (Seignobos, 1921b, p.361)

His great King, of Britain: « MacMahon, Marie-Edme-Emile-Maurice, born in Sully (Saône-et-Loire), July 13th 1808, was by his father of Irish origin, and descended by his mother of the dukes of Caraman who had their cradle near Saint-Félix, 14 km distant from Villefranche (Haute-Saône).» (Vignois, id., p.357; cf. Torné-Chavigny, 1862, p.116, note (a)).

The great Celtic Prelate by night with rapidity shall go out of the reign: for [= because of ] the fertile duke: « The Orleanist chiefs could not want the return of a king accustomed to see in them his adversaries, irresistibly disposed to keep them off the power and prefer his legitimist partisans to them. They kept to the parliamentary regime and to the Tricolor, and could not but dread a Prince avowedly devoted to the personal government and to the white standard. The duke of Broglie, president of the Council, and Buffet, president of the Assembly, appealed to their functions to keep off… In case of the failure, the Orleanist chiefs had their solution ready, the prolongation of the powers of the Marshal MacMahon, under a provisory regime which should reserve their future.» (Seignobos, 1921b, p.366).

Byzantium in Cyprus and Tunis unsuspected: The royal power the Count of Chambord expected to obtain in restoring the kingdom was like that of the sovereign sieged in Constantinople ruling Cyprus and Tunis in 1873 among the others, where he was not to be suspected.

 « I am the indispensable pilot, the only one capable of conducting the vessel into the port, because I have mission and authority for that.» (Chambord’s manifesto of July 6th 1871. Seignobos, id., p.320).

« My personality is nothing; my principle is all. France shall see the end of her trials when she will understand it… and when God has resolved to save a people, He sees to it that the scepter of justice is given nothing but in the hands sufficiently firm to carry it.» (Letter dated 27th, disclosed 29th October 1873. Seignobos, id., p.374).

« The public, ill-informed about the sentiments of the Count of Chambord, understood that he refused to return to France to reign, for fear of resistances or of complications with Germany. His confidents have energetically protested against this interpretation. The king wished to reign; but, convinced sincerely of the intervention of God in the government of the peoples, he thinks himself missioned to raise the royal authority, which the Providence reserved only for him, ‘ indispensable pilot ’, and he could feel himself provided with the force to accomplish it only when he returned in France with his integral right and the standard, emblem of his right.» (Seignobos, id., p.375)

« The Deputies, friends of the well-being, who formed the minority, cried out: “ We are then in Turkey ! ”» (Vignois, id. p.356).

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