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Henri Carette (1832 – 1891 in Paris) was a French politician. He was a member of the general council of Aisne for the canton of Coucy-le-Château. He married a granddaughter of admiral Bouvet, a lecturer of Empress Eugenie, who had published two volumes with personal memories on the Tuileries Palace in the Second French Empire.
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