Dominique-Vincent Ramel-Nogaret

Dominique-Vincent Ramel (called Ramel de Nogaret; 3 November 1760 – 31 March 1829) was a French lawyer and politician who became Minister of Finance under the French Directory. He was an energetic reformer, but was blamed for many of the financial problems of the time, and went into retirement during the French Consulate and First French Empire. He supported Napoleon during the Hundred Days of 1815. After the second Bourbon Restoration, as a regicide he was forced into exile in Belgium, where he died without returning to France. Provided by Wikipedia

by Ramel de Nogaret, Dominique-Vincent
Published 1801
Chez H. Agasse, imprimeur-libraire

by Beyerlé, Jean-Pierre-Louis
Published 1793
Impr. de la Commission générale des monnaies
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by Cambon, Joseph
Published 1793
Impr. nationale
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