Antoine-Augustin Auger

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Antoine-Augustin Auger (born 1761 in Liancourt, Oise) was a French politician. He was elected an alternate member of the National Convention in 1792 after being administrator of the district of Chaumont - in effect he sat from 1793 onwards as the replacement for the dead marquis de Villette. He became secretary to the Convention in 1795 and was chosen by his colleagues on 4 brumaire that year to be a member of the Council of Five Hundred. He later entered the magistracy in which he would remain until the Bourbon Restoration.