1685, Mar 261762, Apr 1
a French politician, serving as garde des sceaux and Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs under Louis XV. On 1 November 1706, Germain Louis Chauvelin was given the joint offices of councillor to the Grand Conseil and of "grand rapporteur et correcteur des lettres de chancellerie". On 31 May 1711, he gained the post of maître des requêtes. On the death of his elder brother, Louis IV Chauvelin, in 1715, he added the officer of avocat général to the parlement de Paris then, in 1718, bought a post as président à mortier, raising him to the top of the judicial hierarchy.
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02/20/1737-French minister of Finance, Germain Louis Chauvelin, resigns 
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