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Lettre De Cachet

(Historical Terms) French history a letter under the sovereign's seal, often authorizing imprisonment without trial. [literally: letter with a seal].

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to the Paris monastery of Madeleine-de-la-Flèche by a lettre de cachet.
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Lettre de cachet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lettres de cachet were letters signed by the king of France, countersigned by one of his ministers, and closed with the royal seal, or cachet.
lettre de cachet (French history) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Lettre de cachet - Definition and More from the Free Merriam
let·tre de ca·chet. noun \ˈle-trə-də-ˌka-ˈshā\. plural lettres de cachet \-trə(z)-\.
lettre de cachet: Information from Answers.com
lettre de cachet (French: 'letter with a seal') Letter bearing an official seal, signed by the king and countersigned by a secretary of state, used.
lettre de cachet — Infoplease.com
Of very early origin, the lettre de cachet came into common use in the 17th cent. as an instrument of the new monarchy.

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