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On Doctor Who, the Doctor tells Reinette, "Stay indoors." August 1727 is "rubbish."

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  • There was a bad harvest affecting food within the city, but not to a huge extent.
  • The two branches of the House of Bourbon reconciled.
  • There was also the birth of Louis XV twin daughters, Louise - Elisabeth and Henriette - Anne on the 14th August.
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The Bastille prison was attacked and overthrown. This was considered the start of the French Revolution (together with the Tennis Court Oath).

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