Louis-Gabriel Of Buat-Nançay
Of a noble family of Normandy, Of Buat-Nançay was pupil of the knight Jean-Charles de Folard, auprès of which it drew a rigidity of principles which never gave up it. It fills with honor and utility several loads important for its country; he was in particular minister of France with Dresden and at Ratisbon, after which he left the businesses, fixed themselves in Germany, there Maria and completed her last years in its retirement of Berri.
Its principal writings are: Origins, or the Old government of France, of Germany, of Italy, etc , $the Hague, 1757, 4 vol. in 12; 1789, 3 vol. in-8°; Old story of the people of Europe , Paris, Suard and Arnaud, 1772, 12 vol. in-12; elements of the policy in 1773,6 vol. in-8°; maxims of the monarchical government, 4 vol. in-8°, 1778, to neutralize the contrary book and so forgery of Mey, Maultrot, Aubry. When times of the Révolution approached, the count of Buat seeming to feel them, wrote in 1785 the Lettre of a anti-philosopher of province to the philosophers of the capital . A tragedy of Charlemagne , etc, proves that it had very varied knowledge.
- François-Xavier To crack, historical Dictionary; or, shortened History of the men who had a name , T. 4, Paris, Houdaille, 1836, p. 225.
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