It was at Rambouillet that Charles X passed those solemn last days before the abdication.
For blindness he is only to be compared with Charles X, his favourite king.
Charles X also changed the bedding somewhat, and moved in during his reign.
Down with Charles X, Polignac, and the whole clique of them!
Charles X became king in 1654, and his brilliant but disastrous military ventures reduced his country to a third-rate power.
In the later twenties he knew, as many did, that Charles X was moving towards the abyss into which he had seen so many plunge.
Owing to certain evidences of internal discontent, the government of Charles X was developing liberal proclivities.
Charles X had withdrawn his inspired ordinances at three oclock that afternoon, but it was too late.
The pious and narrow-minded Charles X was in the hands of the Clerical party.
Nicholas was deeply angered when his friend Charles X of France was expelled.