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Du Tillot, Guillaume-Léon


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    • François-Guillaume-Léon
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    • Tillot, Guillaume-Léon du
    • Du Tillot, François-Guillaume-Léon
    • Du Tillot, Léon Guillaume
    • Du Tillot, Guglielmo
    • Dutillot, Guillaume-Léon
    • Felino, Guillaume-Léon du Tillot, marquis de
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    • found: La Francia a Parma nel secondo Settecento, c2003:p. 13 (Guillaume-Léon Du Tillot; statesman; became Prime Minister of the Duchy of Parma in 1759)
    • found: Guglielmo du Tillot, regista delle arti nell'età dei Lumi, 2012:pages 189-190 (born François-Guillaume-Léon du Tillot in Bayonne, May 22, 1711; 1730: completed studies at Collège des quatre nations, Paris, and joined father at court of Philip V in Madrid, where he became attached as a servant to the Infantes of Spain, Charles and then Philip; 1748: Philip and his consort Louise Élisabeth of France received the duchies of Parma, Piacenza and Guastalla by the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle; Du Tillot successively named intendent general of Philip's royal household (1749), minister of finances (1756) and prime minister and secretary of State (June 18, 1759); Aug. 4, 1764: received territories of Felino and San Michele Tiorre, with marchional title; 1768: Jesuits expelled from the duchies by Du Tillot's order; Nov. 19, 1769: Du Tillot made conseiller d'état and given grand-croix of the Order of St. Louis by Louis XV of France; 1771: dismissed as prime minister (Nov. 14) and leaves the duchies (Nov. 19), settling in Paris after visiting Spain; Dec. 13, 1774: dies in Paris)
    • found: Treccani website, 14 June 2013(Guillaume-Léon du Tillot; politician, born 1711 in Baiona [that is, Bayonne, France], died 1774 in Paris)
    • found: Bossi, Benigno. Mascarade à la grecque, between 1800 and 1814:preliminary leaf ("d'après les desseins origineaux tirés du cabinet de Monsieur le marquis de Felino, premier ministre de S.A.R. &c")
    • found: Biographie universelle ancienne et moderne, nouvelle édition, t. 13, 1854(Felino, Guillaume-Léon du Tillot, marquis de, born May 31, 1771, in Bayonne, died December 1774 in Paris)
    • found: Dictionnaire de biographie française, t. 12, 1970(Du Tillot (Guillaume-Léon), born Bayonne, May 22, 1711; raised at the Spanish court; accompanied Philip, duke of Parma and Picenza, to Parma; named intendant général or minister of finances, 1754, and secrétaire d'État or prime minister, 1759; named marquis de Felino et San Michele di Fiore, 1764; named regent after Philip's death in 1765 but fell into disfavor after the mariage of Ferdinand, Philip's successor, and was obliged to leave Parma in November 1771; died in Paris, December 1774)
    • found: Nisard, Charles. Guillaume du Tillot, 1887, via HathiTrust, Feb. 12, 2016:pages 5-8 (Guillaume-Léon du Tillot born May 22, 1711 (date given in Biographie universelle, May 31, is erroneous), in Bayonne; name spelled "du Tillot" in his letters but the correct orthography is "Dutillot"; father was gentleman of the wardrobe to Philip V of Spain; mother and son joined the father in Madrid soon after his birth, and he was raised in Spain; attached to don Philip, Philip V's second son, who became duke of Parma in 1749, as garçon de chambre, then as valet de chambre, secrétaire particulier, intendent général of the ducal household and in 1754, intendent général or minister of finances) page 14 (in 1759, named secrétaire d'état) page 30 (in 1764, Philip offered him the title of marquis de Felino et San Michele di Fiore [sic] with a gratification of 400,000 Parma livres; he accepted the title but refused the money) page 265 (died in Paris, December 1774)
    • found: ULAN, Feb. 16, 2016(Du Tillot, Guillaume-Léon (French art collector and statesman, active 18th century)
    • found: Bibliothèque nationale de France. BnF autorités, Feb.16, 2016(Du Tillot, François Guillaume Léon (1711-1774 ; marquis de Felino) ; born 1711-05-22, Bayonne, died 1774-12-13, Paris)
    • found: French Wikipedia, Feb. 16, 2016(article title: Guillaume Du Tillot; Léon Guillaume Du Tillot, born Bayonne, May 22, 1711, died Paris, 1774; French politician)
    • found: VIAF, Feb. 16, 2016:VIAF ID: 27947833 (Guillaume Du Tillot politicien français: Wikidata, ISNI; Du Tillot, Guillaume-Léon: Library of Congress/NACO; Du Tillot, Guillaume-Léon 1711-1774: German National Library; Du Tillot, Guillaume Léon, marquis de Felino, 1711-1774: Vatican Library) VIAF ID: 305113815 (Du Tillot, François Guillaume Léon 1711-1774 marquis de Felino: National Library of France, ISNI, Sudoc [ABES], France) VIAF ID: 307347675 (Du Tillot, François Guillaume Léon: Central Institute for the Union Catalogue of the Italian libraries) VIAF ID: 305192039 (Du Tillot, Guillaume-Léon (French art collector and statesman, active 18th century): Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute])
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