Louis Philogène Brûlart, vicomte de Puisieulx

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Louis Philogène Brûlart

Louis Philogène Brulart, Marquis de Puysieulx (1727), Comte de Sillery (12 May 1702, Paris – 8 December 1770, Paris) was a French foreign minister.

He was the son of Carloman Philogène Brulart, Comte de Sillery (ca. 1663–1727) and Mary-Louise Bigot. He married Charlotte Félicité Le Tellier (1708–1783), on 19 July 1722; they had a daughter, Adelaide Felicite. He was a Knight of the Order of the Holy Spirit (1748), Knight of the Order of Saint Michael (1748).

Offices[edit]

  • Field Marshal
  • Lieutenant-General of Lower Languedoc
  • Governor of Épernay
  • Brigadier armies of King
  • Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs January 27, 1747 to September 9, 1751
  • Ambassador of France to Naples, for Louis XV
Political offices
Preceded by
René de Voyer de Paulmy, marquis d'Argenson
Foreign Minister of France
27 January 1747 – 9 September 1751
Succeeded by
François Dominique de Barberie de Saint-Contest