Scarce Signed Picture of Eusebius of Salverte of France

Scarce c.1805 autographed 8" x 11 1/4 lithograph engraving of French Politican Eusebius of Salverte. Bold inscribed signature.

Son of Jean Marie Eusebius of Baconniere Salverte, director and control areas, and his wife Elizabeth born Faure, brother of Eustace Salverte (1768 - 1827), which was representative of the department of Seine to the Chamber of the Hundred Days in 1815, Eusebius of Salverte was educated at the Oratory in Juilly college and became a lawyer at Châtelet.

À la suppression de cette juridiction, il entra dans les bureaux du ministère des Relations extérieures ( 1792 ) dont il fut renvoyé à la suite de dénonciations dont il fit l'objet. In the deletion of that court, he entered the offices of the Ministry of External Relations (1792) he was dismissed following accusations that he was subjected. Il devint alors professeur d' algèbre à l' École des ponts et chaussées . He became professor of algebra at the School of Roads and Bridges.

Compromis dans l' insurrection royaliste du 13 vendémiaire an IV , il fut condamné à mort par contumace , vint purger sa contumace en 1796 et fut acquitté. Compromise in the royalist insurrection of 13 Vendemiaire an IV, he was sentenced to death in absentia, came to serve his absentia in 1796 and was acquitted. Il occupa alors un emploi au cadastre et se fit connaître par des brochures antireligieuses et politiques. He then held a job in cadastre and became known by anti-religious and political pamphlets.

Deux ans après son mariage avec la veuve du comte de Fleurieu ( 1812 ), il se retira à Genève ( 1814 ) où il passa cinq ans et ne cessa de publier des brochures de circonstances contre le gouvernement de la Restauration et en faveur des idées libérales. Two years after her marriage to the widow of the Comte de Fleurieu (1812), he retired to Geneva (1814) where he spent five years and continued to publish pamphlets circumstances against the government of the Restoration and in favor of liberal ideas .

Le 21 avril 1828 , il fut élu député du 3 e arrondissement de Paris [ 1 ] et prit place à gauche. On April 21 1828 he was elected member of the 3rd arrondissement of Paris [1] and sat on the left. Il fut de ceux qui appuyèrent, en 1828, la motion de Labbey de Pompières tendant à la mise en accusation du ministère Villèle , parla contre les Jésuites , pour la suppression de la loterie , pour le refus de l'impôt en cas de violation de la Charte et signa l' adresse des 221 contre le ministère Polignac . He was among those who supported him in 1828, the motion of Labbey firefighters tending to the indictment Ministry Villele, spoke against the Jesuits, for the abolition of the lottery for the refusal of the tax in case of violation of the Charter and signed the address of the 221 cons Ministry Polignac.

Réélu le 12 juillet 1830 [ 2 ] , il protesta contre les ordonnances de Saint-Cloud , demanda de prendre la déclaration de la Chambre de 1815 pour base de nouvelles institutions politiques, réclama la mise en accusation des derniers ministres de Charles X , et demanda la liberté de l'imprimerie et de la librairie. Re-elected on July 12 1830 [2], he protested against the orders of Saint-Cloud, asked to take the statement to the House in 1815 as the basis of new political institutions, demanded the impeachment of the last ministers of Charles X, and asked freedom of printing and bookselling.

Aux élections du 5 juillet 1831 , il fut élu par le 5 e arrondissement de Paris [ 3 ] . In the elections of July 5th 1831, he was elected by the 5th arrondissement of Paris [3]. Il signa le Compte-rendu de 1832 , parla en faveur du rappel de la famille Bonaparte et pour la libération de la duchesse de Berry . He signed the Report of 1832, spoke in favor of the recall of the Bonaparte family and the release of the Duchesse de Berry.

Aux élections du 21 juin 1834 , il échoua contre Adolphe Thiers [ 4 ] mais, celui-ci ayant été nommé ministre, il regagna son siège le 27 décembre suivant [ 5 ] . In the elections of 21 June 1834, he failed against Adolphe Thiers [4] but it has been appointed minister, he returned to his seat on December 27 following [5]. Il continua de siéger à gauche, et de harceler les ministres, dans la forme piquante et incisive qui lui était familière. He continued to sit on the left, and harassing the ministers, in the form pungent and incisive that he was familiar. Successivement réélu le 4 novembre 1837 [ 6 ] et le 2 mars 1839 [ 7 ] , il mourut en octobre suivant en refusant les secours religieux. Successively re-elected on November 4 in 1837 [6] and March 2 in 1839 [7], he died in October after refusing religious assistance. Son enterrement fut purement civil. Her funeral was purely civilian.

Il était membre de l' Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres depuis 1830 . He was a member of the Academie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres since 1830.

Item ID: 1254

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