André Julien, Comte Dupuy

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André Julien, Comte Dupuy, was Governor General of French India between 1816 and 1825. He was born in 1753.


He was Governor General of Pondicherry between September 1816 to October 1825. After Treaty of Paris (1814), Pondicherry and its territories were returned to French by British for the third and last time. Then Comte Dupuy was made Governor General of it. Today we can find a street named upon him (Rue Comte Dupuy) in Pondicherry.


Government offices
Preceded by
Third British occupation
(August 1803 – September 1816)
Gouverneur Général de l'Inde française
26 September 1816–October 1825
Succeeded by
Joseph Cordier, Marie Emmanuel