Augeard, Jacques-Mathieu, 1731-1805

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French financier.

From the description of Autograph letter signed : Calais, to "Monseigneur", 1775 July 25. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270131504

Augeard was a French farmer-general, courtier, and author of a memoir about the end of Louis XVI's reign. He served as private secretary to Marie-Antoinette, whom he urged to leave France early in the Revolution. Augeard was denounced after the fall of the monarchy and imprisoned at Rouen, then liberated. He took refuge in 1795 with his friend George Marye de Merval at Chateau de Mauny, near Rouen.

From the description of Jacques-Mathieu Augeard epic poem "Zerbin and Isabelle," 1795 May 20-1797 Aug 6. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 761053010

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Politicians--18th century
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Birth 1731

Death 1805-04-30

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