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Maria Louisa

Maria Louisa, Empress of France, was the daughter of Francis I. of Austria. She was born in 1791, and in 1810, after Wagram, was given in marriage to Napoleon. Next year she bore a son, yyho was called King of Rome. During her husband's absence with the army she was Regent of France. On the abdication of Napoleon in 1814 she retired to Vienna, and contracted a morganatic marriage with Count Neipperg, by whom she had three children. In 1816 she was put in possession of the duchies of Parma and Placentia, and Guastalla, but was driven out by a rising in 1831. She was subsequently restored by the Austrians, but died at Vienna in 1847. The king of Rome (or Napoleon II.) died in 1832.