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Armand
also called Armand II

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  1. de Vignerot du Plessis de Richelieu, duke of Aiguillon (1750 - 4 May 1800) succeeded his father Emmanuel-Armand de Richelieu, duc d'Aiguillon

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  2. In 1789, as a member of the National Assembly, he became one of the first to ally himself with the Third Estate and to renounce the privileges of the nobility

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  3. became a general in the Republican Army, but had to flee during the Reign of Terror of 1793-1794

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  4. According to Michael Kelly (tenor) in his Reminiscences, the Duc d'Aiguillon was, in 1796, in London with the revolutionaries Charles Lameth and the orator Dupont

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  5. states that the Duc had been 'one of the twelve peers of France, who, in former days, had an immense fortune, was a great patron of the arts, and so theatrical that he had a box in every theatre in Paris

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