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The End of an ÉliteThe French Bishops and the Coming of the Revolution 1786-1790$

Nigel Aston

Print publication date: 1992

Print ISBN-13: 9780198202844

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198202844.001.0001

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(p.268) Appendix 4 Prelates elected to the Estates-General, May 1789

(p.268) Appendix 4 Prelates elected to the Estates-General, May 1789

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The End of an Élite
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Oxford University Press

Archbishops: Aix; Arles; Bordeaux; Bourges; Paris; Reims; Rouen; Toulouse; Tours; Vienne.

Bishops: Agen; Amiens; Angoulême; Autun; Auxerre; Bayonne; Bazas; Beauvais; Cahors; Castres; Châlons-sur-Marne; Chartres; Clermont; Condom; Couserans; Coutances; Dijon; Langres; Laon; Le Mans; Lesear; Limoges; Lombez; Luçon; Montauban; Montpellier; Nancy; Nîmes; Oloron; Orange; Perpignan; Poitiers; Rodez; Saint-Dié; Saintes; Strasbourg; Uzès; Viviers.

Archbishop coadjutor: Damascus.

Bishop in partibus infidelium: Lydda (Coadjutor in foreign diocese of Bâle).

Retired bishop: Beauvais of Senez, episcopal assistant in the archdiocese of Paris.