Hauterive, Alexandre Maurice Blanc de Lanautte, comte d', 1754-1830

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Alexandre Maurice Blanc de Lanautte, Comte d'Hauterive, was born in Aspres-les-Corps (Haute-Alpes), France, on April 14, 1754. Following his education in Grenoble, he accompanied Comte de Coiseul-Goufier on a diplomatic mission to Constantinople (now Istanbul) in 1784. Hauterive lost his fortune during the French Revolution and moved to the United States, where he served as French consul in 1792. Though he later returned to France, he maintained an interest in international affairs, and in 1798 he was appointed head of the division of the Minister of Foreign Affairs. In 1805, he became the counselor of the states. Hauterive died in Paris on July 27, 1830.

From the guide to the Alexandre Maurice Blanc de Lanautte, Comte d'Hauterive collection, Hauterive, Alexandre Maurice Blanc de Lanautte, Comte d' collection, 1809, (William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan)

Place Name Admin Code Country
Italy
Great Britain
Italy--Venice
France
Italy
United States
France--Paris
Italy--Venice
France
France
United States
France
Subject
Diplomatic and consular service, French
Form letters
Manuscripts, French
Embargo, 1807-1809
Occupation
Consuls
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Person

Birth 1754-04-14

Death 1830-07-28

Male

French

French

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