AGAR Jean-Antoine( Count Mosburgsky)
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Biography AGAR Jean-Antoine
Agar, Jean-Antoine (1771-1844) AGAR Jean-Antoine-Michel - Count Mosburgsky (1807). Participated in U.S. wars. In 1794, Mr.. short time was a prisoner of the British. On his return to France, served as counsel in Cahors, was engaged in journalism and literature. He received the rank of professor belles-lettres, and was elected to. Since 1804, Mr.. Member of the Legislative Assembly, where he met and became friends with Murat, who appointed him Minister of the administrator of the Grand Duchy Bergskogo. In 1807, Mr.. awarded the title of Count Mosburgskogo. After the proclamation of Murat King of Naples, was his finance minister, who remained until 1815, Mr.. Following the execution of Murat was at the ex-Queen Carolina. After the Restoration, was engaged in literature. Published several books on politics. After the July Revolution was reelected and was engaged in legislative activity in 1837. received a peerage of France. After that tried to sue for compensation for the confiscation of Prussia, his allies in 1813. County Mosburgskogo. Posted by biography and several books about Murat.