• Claude de Forbin

    Claude de Forbin

    Claude, chevalier, then count de Forbin-Gardanne (6 August 1656 – 4 March 1733) was a French naval commander. In 1685–1688 he was on a diplomatic mission to Siam. He became governor of Bangkok and a general in the Siamese army, and left Siam shortly before King Narai fell ill and was deposed by a coup d'état.

  • Claude de l'Aubespine, baron de Chateauneuf

  • Claude de Mesmes, comte d'Avaux

    Claude de Mesmes, comte d'Avaux

    Claude de Mesmes, comte d'Avaux (1595–1650) was a 17th-century French diplomat and public administrator. He was sent in various missions to Venice, Rome, Germany, Sweden, Denmark, and Poland by Richelieu.

  • Louis Claude de Saint-Martin

    Louis Claude de Saint-Martin

    Louis Claude de Saint-Martin (18 January 1743 – 14 October 1803) was a French philosopher, known as le philosophe inconnu, the name under which his works were published; he was an influential of the mystic and human mind evolution and became the inspiration for the founding of the Martinist Order.

  • Claude de Baissac

    Claude Denis Boucherville de Baissac, DSO and bar, CdeG, known as Claude de Baissac or by his codename David (born 28 February 1907, Curepipe, Mauritius; died 22 December 1974) was a Mauritian of French descent who became an agent in the Special Operations Executive (SOE). He organised the important French Resistance network SCIENTIST, in southwest France from August 1942 to March 1943 and in Brittany from February 1944 onwards. His elder sister Lise was also an SOE agent.

  • Claude de Mesmes, Comte d'Avaux

  • Claude de Boutroue d'Aubigny

    Claude de Bouteroue d'Aubigny (1620–1680) was the intendant of New France from 1668 to 1670. His tenure was between two periods served by Jean Talon in that position.

  • Claude de Sainctes

    Claude de Sainctes (b. at Perche, 1525; d. at Crèvecoeur, 1591) was a French Catholic controversialist.

  • Claude de Seyssel

    Claude de Seyssel

    Claude de Seyssel (Italian:Claudio di Seyssel) (died 1520) was a Savoyard jurist and humanist, now known for his political writings. He wrote La Grande Monarchie de France as a supporter of the French crown, in the person of Louis XII. Written around 1515, in French, it was published 1519; it supports hereditary monarchy. A Latin translation De Republica Galliae was printed in 1548 in Strasbourg.

  • Claude de Bullion

    Claude de Bullion (13 October 1569 – 22 December 1640) was a French aristocrat and politician who served as a Minister of Finance under Louis XIII from 1632 to 1640. He was a close ally of Cardinal Richelieu.

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