Jean-François-Bertrand Delmas

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Jean-François Delmas
Born (1751-01-03)3 January 1751
Toulouse, France

Jean-François-Bertrand Delmas (3 January 1751 – after 6 October 1798) was a French Revolutionary politician. He was député for Haute-Garonne in the Legislative Assembly of 1791–1792, then a member of the French National Convention, the Committee of Public Safety and the Council of Ancients, briefly presiding the Council of Ancients in 1797. Le Moniteur Universel of 2 fructidor VI (19 August 1798) reported that he had gone mad, and it is considered unlikely that he survived beyond the end of 1798.[1][2]


  1. ^ "Delmas (Jean-François-Bertrand)", Grand dictionnaire universel du XIXe siècle, 6, Paris: Pierre Larousse, 1870, p. 367 .
  2. ^ "Delmas (Jean-François-Bertrand)", La Grande Encyclopédie, 14, Paris: Lamirault, 1892, p. 2 .