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Antraigues, Emanuel Louis Henri Delaunay, Comte d', a French author, born in 1765 He wrote in 1788 a Memoire sur les Etats Generaux, which aided the revolutionary movement. However, on being elected Deputy he changed his views, upheld the royalist cause, and was exiled in 1790. After the Treaty of Tilsit he revealed to Canning's Government the existence of the famous secret clauses. His Italian servant informed Napoleon of this act, and then, fearing consequences, murdered the count and his wife in London (1812).