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Authorised form of nameMontyon; Antoine Jean Baptiste Robert Auget (1733 - 1820); Baron de Montyon
Dates1733 - 1820
Date of birth26 December 1733
Date of death29 December 1820
ActivityCareer:
Councillor of State; on the Royal Council of Finances; Intendant of Provence, Auvergne and La Rochelle; Chancellor to the Count of Artois; lived in England (1791 until the Restoration); on his death he bequeathed 10,000 francs to each Paris hospital; the French Montyon prizes are named after him
Membership categoryFellow
Date of election05/11/1812
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Royal Society codeNA8340
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
CB/1/5/46Letter from A J B Baron de Montyon, Brewer Street, Golden Square to Charles Blagden9 March 1812
CB/1/5/51Letter from A J B Baron de Montyon, Brewer Street, Golden Square to Charles Blagden[1815]
CB/1/5/42Letter from A J B Baron de Montyon, Brewer Street, Golden Square to Charles Blagden1 February 1812
CB/1/5/49Letter from A J B Baron de Montyon, Brewer Street, Golden Square to Charles Blagden9 November 1815
CB/1/5/50Draft of a letter from Charles Blagden to A J B Baron de Montyon, Brewer Street, Golden Square24 November 1815
CB/1/5/40Letter from A J B Baron de Montyon, Brewer Street, Golden Square to Charles Blagden, Knightsbridge9 December 1811
CB/1/5/52Draft of a letter from Charles Blagden to A J B Baron de Montyon24 July 1815
CB/1/5/41Letter from Charles Blagden to A J B Baron de Montyon10 December 1811
CB/1/5/47Letter from A J B Baron de Montyon, Brewer Street, Golden Square to Charles Blagden31 December 1812
CB/1/5/48Letter from A J B Baron de Montyon, Brewer Street, Golden Square to Charles Blagden2 February 1814
CB/1/5/43Letter from A J B Baron de Montyon, Brewer Street, Golden Squareto Blagden20 February 1812
EC/1812/12Montyon, Antoine Jean Baptiste Robert Auget, Baron de Montyon: certificate of election to the Royal Society
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