François Victor the Wet cooper of Breteuil
François Victor the Wet cooper of Breteuil (April 17th, 1686 + January 7th, 1743), marquis de Fontenay-Trésigny, lord de Villebert, baron de Boitron, was twice Minister for the war under Louis XV.
Named in 1721 provost and Master of the Ceremonies of the King, it was first once Secretary of State of the department of the war from July 1st, 1723 to June 19th, 1726, but it is congédié by the cardinal of Fleury which prefers Claude to him the White. With died of the latter, in July 1728, the Wet cooper postulates again for the load of Secretary of State, but it is with Nicolas Prosper Bauyn d' Angervilliers that Fleury entrusts the wallet of the War.
When in February 1740 the party opposed to the Pragmatic Sanction carries the decision of the king against Fleury, the Wet cooper manages to be made appoint Minister for the war at the time when France implies itself in the War of succession of Austria. He dies in these functions on January 7th, 1743: the count d' Argenson will succeed to him.
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