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17471824
a French Roman Catholic bishop, afterwards a political writer. He studied at the Seminary of St. Sulpice at Paris, and became Bishop of Pamiers in 1787. During the French Revolution he emigrated, but returned to France in 1801, after having surrendered his bishopric.
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Works:
  • Conversation avec E. Burke, sur l'interêt des puissances de l'Europe (Paris, 1814)
  • Projet d'une banque nationale (Paris, 1815)
  • Lettre à un Jacobin, ou réflexions politiques sur la constitution d'Angleterre et la char...
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