Anne Joseph Hippolyte de Maurès, Comte de Malartic
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Anne Joseph Hippolyte de Maurès, Comte de Malartic (3 July 1730, Montauban - 28 July 1800, Port-Louis, Mauritius) was a French colonial governor and general, notable for his service in Canada and Mauritius.
Governor Malartic died at the age of 70. He suffered a stroke on 26 July 1800 while going to church, and died two days later.
The Canadian town of Malartic is named after him.
- Tugdual de Langlais, L'armateur préféré de Beaumarchais Jean Peltier Dudoyer, de Nantes à l'Isle de France, Éd. Coiffard, 2015, 340 p. (ISBN 9782919339280).
- Tugdual de Langlais, Marie-Etienne Peltier, Capitaine corsaire de la République, Éd. Coiffard, 2017, 240 p. (ISBN 9782919339471)
- Quebec History
- Taillemite, Étienne (1979). "Maurès de Malartic, Anne-Joseph-Hippolyte de, , Comte de Malartic". In Halpenny, Francess G. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. IV (1771–1800) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press.
- Site de la Société de l'Histoire de l'Ile Maurice : https://www.soc-histoire-maurice.org
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