1800, Sep 171855, Nov 16
a senior official and French writer. A preparatory pupil at the Lycée Henri IV, Romieu was admitted to the École polytechnique, he was appointed curator of Antiquities of Morbihan (1828) then sub-prefect of Quimperlé (August 1830), and distinguished himself by his vehement reports against the practice of the Breton language. He was then sub-prefect of Louhans (1832), prefect of the Dordogne (July 14, 1833 - July 9, 1843), Haute-Marne (1843) and Indre-et-Loire (1847). During the time when he was prefect of the Dordogne , he had the department buy Cadouin Abbey, which saved him from ruin.
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