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Nicolas Henri Carteret

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Nicolas Henri Carteret
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Born(1807-11-07)7 November 1807
Châtillon-sur-Seine, Côte-d'Or, France
Died29 January 1862(1862-01-29) (aged 54)
Paris, France

Nicolas Henri Carteret (7 November 1807 – 29 January 1862) was a French lawyer and politician.

Early years

Nicolas Henri Carteret was born at Châtillon-sur-Seine, Côte-d'Or, on 7 November 1807.[1] His parents were Nicolas Carteret (1766–1811) and Thérèse Boisseau (1785–1811).[2] He was a notary in Reims from 1834 to 1844.[3] In 1835 he married Adrienne Thoré (1813–1839). They had two children, Marie Henriette Carteret (1837–1862) and Henri Carteret (1839–1878).[2]

Political career

Carteret was elected to the municipal council of Reims in 1840, and reelected in 1842. He was Mayor of Reims from 1845 to 1848.[3] In 1848 he was appointed Secretary of State for the Interior in the Executive Commission.[2] On 13 May 1849 Carteret was elected Representative for Marne in the Legislative Assembly. He sat with the majority and supported the coup d'État of Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte. Under the Second French Empire he was elected as Representative for the 3rd district of Marne on 22 June 1857. He was the official government candidate.[1] He sat with the dynastic majority until his death, and in 1858 voted for the law of general security.[4]

Carteret was also a general councilor of Reims, and the founder of the Reims agricultural exhibition. He was made an officer of the Legion of Honour.[3] He died in Paris on 29 January 1862.[1] He is buried in the Cimetière du Nord in Reims. A street in Reims in named after him.[3]




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