Rhienne edited the table of contents of Louise de la Vallière Wednesday, June 20, 2012.
I. ing Louis XIV does not think Mademoiselle de la Valliere rich enough or pretty enough for a gentleman of the rank of the Vicomte de BragelonneII. D'Artagnan calls de Wardes to accountIII. Baisemeaux de MontlezunIV. The King's card-tableV. M. Baisemeaux's de Montlezun's accountsVI. The breakfast of Monsieur de BaisemeauxVII. The second floor of la BeraudiereVIII. The two friendsIX. Madame de Belliere's plateX. The dowryXI. On the sands at CalaisXII. Madame amuses herselfXIII. Lorraine is jealousXIV. Monsier is jealous of GuicheXV. The mediatorXVI. The advisersXVII. FontainebleauXVIII. The bathXVIX. The butterfly-chaseXX. What was caught in the hand after the butterfliesXXI. The ballet of the seasonsXXII. The nymphs of the park of FontainebleauXXIII. Under the royal oakXXIV. The King's uneasinessXXV. The King's secretXXVI. Midnight ramblesXXVII. Madame acquires a proof that listeners can hear what is saidXXVIII. Aramis's correspondanceXXIX. The orderly clerkXXX. Fontainebleau at two o'clock in the morningXXXI. The labyrinthXXXII. How Malicorne had been turned out of the Hotel of the Beau PaonXXXIII. What really took place at the Beau PaonXXXIV. A Jesuit of the eleventh yearXXXV. The state secretXXXVI. A special missionXXXVII. As happy as a princeXXXVIII. The story of a dryad and of a naiadXXXIX. Conclusion of the story of a dryad and of a naiadXL. Royal pyschologyXLI. Showing what neither the naiad nor dryad had anticipatedXLII. The new general of the Jesuits