|born on||21 September 1843 at 02:49 (= 02:49 AM )|
|Place||Gurcy-le-Châtel, France, 48n2813, 3e0531|
|Astrology data||27°27' 18°18 Asc. 26°59'|
French politician and author.
Haussonville represented Seine-et-Marne in the National Assembly (1871) and voted with the Right Centre. Though he was not elected to the chamber of deputies he became the righthand man of his maternal uncle Albert, 4th duc de Broglie, in the attempted coup of May 16. His Les établissements pénitentiaires en France et aux colonies (1875) was crowned by the Académie Française, of which he was admitted a member on 26 January 1888.
In 1891 the resignation of Henri Edouard Bocher from the administration of the Orleans estates led to the appointment of d'Haussonville as accredited representative of the comte de Paris in France. He at once set to work to strengthen the Orleanist party by recruiting from the smaller nobility the officials of the local monarchical committees. He established new Orleanist organs, and sent out lecturers with instructions to emphasize the modern and democratic principles of the comte de Paris; hut the prospects of the party were dashed in 1894 by the death of the comte de Paris.
In 1904 he was admitted to the Académie des sciences morales et politiques.
He died 1 September 1924.
Gauquelin, vol 6: 3.00 Paris time
- Vocation : Politics : Activist/ political
- Vocation : Writers : Fiction