Biography of Carlos Lagrange (1804-1857)

French politician. He entered the body of marine artillery and embarked in 1821 in the Corvette hope that went on a voyage of exploration to Brazil; did you oppose a corporal punishment imposed by the master of the vessel to one of his soldiers, and he was arrested and sent to France, where the Minister Clermont Tonnerre was indulgent, imposing a penalty slight. In 1823, although his ideas were contrary to the war of Spain, attended in the vessel Juan Bart site of Cadiz. Removed from service, he had a large part in the July Revolution. Complicated in the conspiracy of Lyon in 1834, it was judged by the Court of peers, and sentenced to twenty years in detention, but obtained the pardon in 1839 and continued the Republican movement. The February revolution told in its leadership; elected Deputy of the constituent and legislative assemblies, it argued for universal suffrage, the abolition of the death penalty, extend it to the army; It constantly demanded amnesty for insurgents in June, and protested, provided that you had the opportunity, against deportations en masse and without trial. Prisoner of December 2, 1851, was expelled from France by Decree of 1852, he moved to Belgium, and from there to England and Holland, where he finished his days.