Barbie-Francois MARBUA( Count)
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Biography Barbie-Francois MARBUA
Barbe-Marbua, Francois - BarböL-Marbois Franö¬ois (1745-1837) - Earl. Minister of Finance, the first chairman of the Accounting Chamber. Member of the struggle for the independence of the North American colonies, which then was an assistant to the Minister of Finance. A sign with Washington. Then there was the Intendant of San Domingo. In 1789 he returned to France. After the revolution was gone, but thanks to family connections in 1795 became the mayor of Metz. During the Terror he was arrested and deported to Guiana, where he survived only because of his experience with life in the tropics. After coming to power of Napoleon returned to France and was appointed chairman of Finance, after the proclamation of the Empire - the Minister of Finance. After restoration was accepted by Louis XVIII, and promoted to peers. During the Hundred Days been disgraced by Napoleon. In 1815-16, Mr.. - Minister of Justice. In 1817, bestowed the title of Marquis.