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Anatole, baron Brénier de Renaudière

Anatole Brénier de Renaudière

Anatole Alexandre François Henri Baron Brenier de Renaudière (22 August 1807 Paris - 27 March 1885 Lucassière Vouvray (Indre-et-Loire)) was a French diplomat and politician.

He was minister of France to Naples. He was Foreign Minister from 24 January to 10 April 1851 and then became a senator on 24 May 1861.

He married Isabelle Unwina Hely Hutchison.[1]

References

  1. ^ Isa Basso Dardano (ed.). La princesse Julie Bonaparte marquise de Roccagiovine et son temps. Mémoires inédits (1853-1870). Storia e Letteratura. 
Political offices
Preceded by
Édouard Drouyn de Lhuys
Minister of Foreign Affairs
24 January 1851 - 10 April 1851
Succeeded by
Jules Baroche
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