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Ancient Diocese Of Vabres - Bishops
... Raymond d'Olargues (1329–1347) Pierre d'Aigrefeuille (1347–1349) Guy de Ventadour (1349–1352) Bertrand de Pébrac (1352–1360) Guillaume Bragosse (1361) Etienne de ... de la Valette-Cormusson (1561–1585) Thomas de Lauro (1585–1593) François II ... de la Valette-Cormusson (1600–1622) François III ...
Colonel General (France) - Colonels General of The Ancien Régime - Cavalry
1548–1549 Charles de Cossé, comte de Brissac 1549 Claude de Lorraine, duc d'Aumale 1558 duc de Nemours 1569–1571 François de Lorraine, duc de Guise 1571–1572 Charles de Montmorency, duc de ...
Louis De Guiringaud
... Louis de Guiringaud (12 October 1911, Limoges – 15 April 1982, Paris) was a French politician who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs under Raymond ... Republic Lamartine Bastide Bedeau Bastide Drouyn de Lhuys Tocqueville Rayneval La Hitte Drouyn de Lhuys Brénier Baroche Turgot Drouyn de Lhuys Second Empire ... France Faure Pinay Pineau Pleven Couve de Murville Fifth Republic Couve de Murville Debré Schumann Bettencourt Jobert Sauvagnargues Guiringaud François-Poncet ...
Diocese Of Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne - Bishops
... Saint Gregory of Tours's "De Gloria Martyrum" relates how the church of Maurienne, belonging then to the Diocese of Turin, became a place of pilgrimage, after the holy woman Thigris or Thecla, a native of ... took from the Lombards in 574 the valleys of Maurienne and Suse (Susa Valley, or Val de Suse), and in 576 founded near the shrine a bishopric, detached from Turin, as suffragan of Vienne ... Ayroldus (1132–46), once a monk of the Charterhouse of Portes Louis de La Palud (1441–50), who as Bishop of Lausanne had taken an active part at the Council of Basle in favour of the ...
Louis De Cormontaigne
... Louis de Cormontaigne (1696 at Strasbourg – 1752 in Metz) was a French military engineer ... Authority control VIAF 73893555 Persondata Name Cormontaigne, Louis De Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1696 Place of birth Date of death 1752 Place of death ...

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    Vanity is as advantageous to a government as pride is dangerous. To be convinced of this we need only represent, on the one hand, the numberless benefits which result from vanity, as industry, the arts, fashions, politeness, and taste; and on the other, the infinite evils which spring from the pride of certain nations, a laziness, poverty, a total neglect of everything.
    —Charles Louis de Secondat Montesquieu (1689–1755)