Nicolas Marie Quinette

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Nicolas Marie Quinette, Baron de Rochemont (September 16, 1762, Paris – June 14, 1821, Brussels) was a French politician.

He was a notary in Soissons. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly in 1791, a member of the Convention, and Member of the Council of Five Hundred, and Interior Minister.

He was a commissioner in the inquiry of Charles François Dumouriez, was captured by the Austrians, and exchanged for Madame Royale, Marie Thérèse of France, daughter of Louis XVI.[1]

In 1796, he presided from 21 November 1796 to 20 December. During the Hundred Days, on June 2, 1815, he sat in the Imperial House of Peers.[2]

Legislative Terms[edit]

  • 09/09/1791 – 20/09/1792  : Aisne - Extrème Left
  • 04/09/1792 – 26/10/1795 : Aisne - Left
  • 15/10/1795 – 26/12/1799 : Ain - Bonapartiste

References[edit]

Political offices
Preceded by
Nicolas-Louis François de Neufchâteau
Minister of the Interior
22 June 1799 – 10 November 1799
Succeeded by
Pierre Simon de Laplace