Antraigues

Some articles on antraigues:

Louis-Alexandre De Launay, Comte D'Antraigues - Diplomat, Conspirator, and Spy
... moved his court-in-exile to Verona, a town controlled by the Venetians, d'Antraigues acted as his minister of police ... in 1796 as a direct result of threats from France, but d'Antraigues remained in Venice ... and his entourage as they attempted to flee, d'Antraigues was arrested in Trieste by French troops, who then transported him and his family to Milan ...
Louis-Alexandre De Launay, Comte D'Antraigues - Early Life and Revolution
... At the age of fourteen, d'Antraigues joined the army ... Imbued with the democratic ideals of these mentors, d'Antraigues happily resigned his military post in 1778 ... Initially a firm supporter of the French Revolution, d'Antraigues published a Mémoire sur les Etats Généraux ("Dissertation on the Estates-General") in 1788 ...