ancestors in 1707 by Queen Maria! Casimir oí Poland. Confirming this he produced a yellow parchment bearing the Queen's signature. The lady was the French Dutchess of Xevc-rs, wno marriea. Jean 'Sobieski, the King- of Poland, who was cnieíly Vienna* from tl^Tur^ ^^ .. T^ w^or thp^erefpre of XJ^¿£&£%£ — ---/-- no trace can correspondent of The \Vorld I searched the archives nf the N«-| ^w™^™^^™^^ There is no record of them, either at the Ministry or Justice, where; the oiiicwl register of authentic French titles is kept. , -NO lolish Mnrquisatcs. i A prominent member of the ; Polish ^egation here declares that there nas never baen a Marquis- ate in the Pollsn nobiuty, the title nelng, unknown.there. The Mar- -msate conferred by Queen Maria! . - t , •<: •• . ,.- - ^ . .— - "* ! »*.t.Ls^ i. asim,f nittsl. hare been French',; experts in heraldry point out, for: t.ic autocrat Louis XJV. was reigning at that !ime over a unified unified France and exercised the sole right to grant patents of nobilitv. . In cay case the Coudray tide to hare been re- does not seem corded. _ _ The only mention of it \ is in sn unofficial modern publi- j cation, "Les Marquis Francais." ; which states that Le Baillj- de la | FaiaiEe—apparently the father of i ihe present representative—ac-j quired the Marnuisaie of de Coud- j ray by_-deed in ÍST6. the family I possessing the title being extinct, i It should be observed that no ! titles of nobility have been created s since Lonis XIV.. save during ihe first empire. Summing up, no : prooi hs s been produced o£ the j Marqulsate de ¡a Falaise. while' no official record can be found of i the Coudray titls. !