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Hesse-Darmstadt Louis X, Landgrave Grand Duke (as Louis I) 1738 13 Aug 06 10 June II 8 Dec I8 30 Mar 30 I785 1805 27 Feb 21 20 Nov 47 I790 1806 24 HEADS OF STATE AND KEY MINISTERS Louis II, m. Wilhelmine of Baden, succeeded his father 6 Apr 30 Insurrection, followed by a co-regency of Louis II and his son 5 Mar 48 Louis III, m. Mathilde of Bavaria, succeeded his father 16 June 48 9. Holstein and Lauenberg Ruled by the Sovereign of Denmark until 1863. 10. Brunswick Charles William Ferdinand, m. Augusta of England, Duke Frederick William, Duke Charles William Ferdinand was mortally wounded at the battle of Auerstadt in Oct 06 and was, as part of the resulting Napoleonic victory, deposed.
Prussia Frederick William II, m. Frederika-Louise of Hesse-Darmstadt, succeeded his uncle Frederick William III, m. Louise of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, succeeded his father Frederick William IV, m. Elisabeth Louise of Bavaria, succeeded his father 2. Bavaria Carl Theodore, Elector of the Palatinate, elected ruler Maximilian I Joseph, m. (i) Wilhelmine of HesseDarmstadt (ii) Caroline of Baden, Elector became King Ludwig I, m. Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen, succeeded his father abdicated 3. Saxony Frederick Augustus III, m.
This provided for a bicameral parliament with 2 councils, the Council of Ancients with 250 members and the Council of Five Hundred. Those qualified as electors were also qualified as members, with certain age and residence qualifications. Deputies were to sit for 3 years, one-third retiring every year; they could not sit for more than 6 consecutive years. There were 711 deputies and the Convention decreed that two-thirds must be Convention members. Indirect election was re-introduced, delegates being chosen on a property qualification on the basis of I for every 200 registered electors in each canton.