LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710

LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710
LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710
LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710
LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710
LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710
LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710
LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710
LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710
LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710

LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710

MILITARY LETTER - Order to Jean-Sebastien Hue. Infantry Regiment Signed by King Louis XIV at Marly on June 6, 1710 &. Countersigned by the Secretary of State of War Daniel Voysin de La Noiraye. Size: 15" x 10" (38 cm x 15.5 cm). "Monsieur le Chevalier de Miromesnil, Having given La Morteau the charge of Lieutenant in the company in the infantry regiment that you command.

Daniel Voysin de La Noiraye. He was registrar of the order of the Holy Spirit, chancellor of France from 2 July 1714 to 2 February 1717 and Secretary of State for War from 9 June 1709 to 14 September 1715 in the government of Louis XIV. Became colonel of the Quercy regiment in 1705 and brigadier in 1719; he died in. He is an uncle of the Keeper of the Seals of Louis XVI.

Information From the "HISTOIRE DU 84 RÉGIMENT D'INFANTERIE" - Page 561 CHEVALIER DE MIROMESNIL (JEAN - SÉBATIEN - HUE): Cadet: 1686. Cornett in the IMECOURT regiment, cavalry: 1689. Captain in the AU BETERRE regiment, cavalry: 1693. Captain in the COURLANDE regiment, cavalry: 1694. Captain in the Colonel GENERAL regiment, cavalry: 1702.

Colonel de QUERCY: January 14, 1705. Passed to the service of Spain where he commanded a regiment: 1720. Was in Fleurus, Neerwinden, Santa Vitoria, Cassano, Calcinato, Castiglione. Was created on 16 September 1684 and took the name of the Province of Quercy. Indeed, expecting a Coalition to soon form against France, Louis XIV raised 30 new regiments from 1 to 30 September for the defense of the various places of the realm. By raising one regiment a day, he avoided any problem of precedence among these new regiments. During the first campaigns of the Nine Years' War (1688-97), the regiment remained in garrison on the frontier of the Alps. In 1692, it took part in the defense of Embrun. In 1693, it took part in the Battle of Marsaglia. In 1694, it was placed in garrison in Pinerolo. In 1696, it was transferred to the Rhine where it served till the end of the war. Chevalier de BOUTHILLIER (Claude-François) 29 août 1692. Chevalier DE MIROMESNIL (Jean-Sébastien-Hue) 14 janvier 1705. Marquis DE MIROMESNIL (W) 1er janvier 1720. (Charles - Henri - Gaspard) DE Saulx. Comte de Saulx - T'AVANNES (Charles-Michel-Gaspard) 23 janvier 1731. Chevalier DE CHAUVELIN (François -Claude) 10 septembre 1744. Comte du CHÂTELET- LOMONT (Marie - Louis - Florent) 7 septembre 1746. Marquis DE COURCY (Michel ROUSSEL D'ESPOURDON) 22 septembre 1753. Comte DE MENOU (François-Ménehould) 1er décembre 1762.

Comte DE CARLES (Jacques) 18 avril 1776. France (5 September 1638 - 1 September 1715). Known as King Louis the Great or the Sun King. He ruled as King from 1643. Until his death - a tenure of over 72 years and the longest of monarchs in major.

After the death of his. Chief Minister, Cardinal Mazarin, Louis began his own personal rule of France. A champion of the system of absolute.

The remnants of feudalism and by inviting several. Members of the nobility to live at the Palace of Versailles, for which. Louis had moved his family and the court of government to in 1682. Royal Families of France remained at Versailles until the outbreak of the. French Revolution in October of 1789.

France became the leading power of the European countries and participated in. Three major wars: the Franco-Dutch War, the War of the League. Louis and his wife Maria Theresa of Spain.

Had six children, all for which only one survived to adulthood. He was succeeded by his five-year-old great-grandson, Louis XV. This item is in the category "Antiques\Manuscripts". The seller is "antiqueparchments" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
LOUIS XIV SIGNED LETTER To Chevalier de Miromesnil Colonel Quercy Infantry 1710