French diplomat, born in 1801 and died in 1845. After spending some time added to the Embassy in Constantinople, it went from Secretary to the delegation of Lisbon, and then to the Hanover. He sent his resignation to the Prince de Polignac in 1730, and in October of that same year was sent to Vienna as Chargé d'affaires, getting open in the new Government of France relations with Austria. In 1832 he went to Brussels as a Minister Plenipotentiary, and his first act was to sign the Treaty enshrining the independence of Belgium. Named Ambassador in Spain in 1836, was found to be present in the insurrection of the farm; He then joined the Embassy in Rome, and in 1841, he was named pair of France.