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鬼知道這次測試是不是依然大的字大小的字小。。。。。。。不過始終還是要測試的所以,現在來隨便寫點東西看看字體的大小好暸。
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几个月以来心情最最最最好的一天.极爽!其实天气并不好,风很大,但是不知道为什么我的心情确实最好的一天,老妈病了,在家待着照顾,晚上家里没吃的,所以老妈说弄火锅吧,反正火锅省事,家里也有羊肉,不过没有烧饼和蔬菜,所以我就出去买了.好久没呼吸晚上的空气了,准确的说是菜市场的空气,天大的夜路有的地方很,却很有感觉.今晚的圆月特别大,(月亮出来了吗!?)上面的阴影也看的很清楚,那气氛十分协调,仿佛让人陶醉般的,我再路上甚至忘记了自己该买啥-_-!?呼..呵呵,买东西过程省略,因为跑了很多地方,7点半才到家,估计老爹都饿急了...回想起这几个月颓废的生活..真的觉得没啥意思,好在就快结束了,恩恩.明天或许会更好......

顺便..武装神姬入手..涂装比想象的好很多,但是安装起来比较麻烦..部分关节有些松,不过还过的去,综合评价A+

Charles-Geneviève-Louis-Auguste-André-Timothée Éon de Beaumont (1728 - 1810)

Chevalier d'Eon
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Charles-Geneviève-Louis-Auguste-André-Timothée Éon de Beaumont (1728 - 1810), usually known as the Chevalier d'Eon was a French diplomat, soldier and Freemason who lived the first half of his life as a man and the second half as a woman.

Early life

D'Eon Beaumont was born in Tonnerre, France on October 5, 1728. His father, Louis d'Eon de Beaumont, was an attorney and his mother, Françoise de Chavanson, was a noblewoman. Most of what we know about d'Eon's early life comes from his biography and its reliability is questionable. He later claimed that he had been born a girl but that he was raised as a boy because her father could inherit his in-laws only if he would have a son.

D'Eon excelled in school and graduated 1749 from College Mazarin in Paris. He worked as a secretary of the administrator of the fiscal department and as a royal censor.


D'Eon as a spy

In 1756 d'Eon joined the secret network of spies that worked only for Louis XV. The king sent him on a secret mission to Russia in order to meet Empress Elizabeth and intrigue with the pro-French faction against the Austrians. Later tales claim that he disguised himself as a lady Lia de Beaumont to do so and became a maid of honour to the Empress. D'Eon's career in Russia is the subject of one of Valentin Pikul's novels.

In 1761 d'Eon returned to France. The next year he became a captain of dragoons under the Marshal de Broglie and fought in the latter stages of the Seven Years' War. He was wounded and received a Cross of Saint-Louis, which gave him the rank of chevalier.

In 1763 d'Eon became plenipotentiary minister in London and spied for the king. He collected information for a potential invasion. He formed connections with English nobility by sending them the produce of his own vineyards. When he was about to lose the post of plenipotentiary, he complained, and eventually decided to disobey orders to return to France. In his letter to the king, he claimed that the new ambassador had tried to drug him. In 1764 he published most of the secret diplomatic correspondence about his recall.

In 1766 Louis XV granted him a pension for his services and gave him a 12.000-livre annuity. He continued to work as a spy, but he lived in political exile in London.


D'Eon as a lady

Despite the fact that d'Eon wore his dragoon's uniform all the time, there were rumors that he was actually a woman. A betting pool in was started on the London Stock Exchange regarding his gender. In 1771, after the death of Louis XV, d'Eon tried to negotiate his return. He also claimed that physically he was not a man, but a woman, and demanded that the government recognize him as a woman. King Louis XVI and his court complied and demanded that he wear women's clothing. D'Eon agreed, especially when the king granted funds for a new wardrobe. In 1777 d'Eon returned to France, and afterwards lived as a woman.

When France began to help the rebels during the American War of Independence, d'Eon asked to be able to join French troops in America. He was jailed below the castle of Dijon for 19 days, and spent the following six years with his mother in Tonnerre.

In 1779 Beaumont published his memoirs La Vie Militaire, politique, et privée de Mademoiselle d'Eon. They were ghostwritten by a friend named La Fortelle, and are probably embellished.

D'Eon returned to England in 1785. He lost his pension after the French Revolution and had to sell his library. In 1792 he sent a letter to the French National Assembly, offering to lead a division of women soldiers against Austria, but the offer was rebuffed. He participated in fencing tournaments until he was seriously wounded, in 1796. In 1805 he signed a contract for an autobiography, but the book was never published. He spent his last years with a widow, Mrs. Cole.

Chevalier d'Eon died on May 21, 1810, in London. Doctors who examined him after death discovered that his body was anatomically male.

The term Eonism was coined to refer to similar cases of transgender behavior, but is now little used because of its ambiguity. d.jpg
Detail from a mezzo-tint print dated June 25, 1771, one of many jests on Freemasonry (AQC, XVI, 1903). This colourized version appeared in the August 2000 edition of BBC History

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