N.B.: The second family name appended to Carnot (Feulins) comes from the name of a small property belonging to his family close to Chagny (Saône-et-Loire), that he added to his name to distinguish himself from his brother Lazare.
Chosen in 1790 as the Administrator of the Pas-de-Calais department, he was elected Deputy to the Constituent Assembly of this department on August 27, 1791.
He died in his bed in Autun in 1836, outliving all his siblings (18 in all, 13 brothers and 5 sisters).
The Benedictine Abbey of Cluny in the French department [i.e., an administrative division similar to what Americans know as a "county"-Ed.] of Saône-et-Loire in Burgundy was once the center of the highest spiritual and intellectual endeavor in Europe and boasted, before St. Peter of Rome was built, the largest church in Christendom.
Cluny was sold in 1798, a street was built through the nave of the church; in 1811 the bell towers of the sanctuary were dynamited, the ruins used as a rock quarry up to 1823, till finally it was accorded protection in 1826.
Cluny suffered severely from the onslaughts of the two 18th-century movements hostile to anything medieval: the Enlightenment, with its classical mania for regularity and uniformity, and the Revolution.
Rsultats De Recherche pour andquot; Eure Beuzeville andquot; Lesconil Gard Saint Hippolyte du Fort Gourdon Bassillac Dordogne Allinges Savoie Montchanin Saone-et-Loire Saint Christol les Ales Gard Var Saint Tropez...
The Eure Tourist Board takes you on a tour of its French department.
Mere-Eglise) Beuzeville-sur-Vey, (now simply Les Veys)10Km east of Carentan In the Eure, (south of the Seine): Beuzeville, an administrative centre, In the Seine-Maritime, (north of the Seine) Beuzeville...
Just before attending one of these cattle fairs of Autun I happened to be staying at St. Honoré-les-Bains, in the adjoining departmentof the Nièvre, when an election took place.
These works, now covering a superficies of three hundred acres, and employing ten thousand hands, have developed into a town almost tripling the respective populations of the above-mentioned towns, chefs-lieux of the Saône and Loire and the Nièvre.
The same strict attention to daily concerns is seen on the occasion of a general election.