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Crillon Louis Ducde

Crillon, Louis, Duc de, was born in 1718, and served with distinction in the French army during the Seven Years' war. For some slight he then transferred his allegiance to Spain, and in 1780 recaptured Minorca from the English. He died in 1796. His son (Francois Felix), after fighting under his father, returned to France, and took an active part as a moderate Constitutionalist in the early events of the French Revolution. He was one of the founders of the Club des Feuillants. He escaped death in the Reign of Terror, and was made a peer of France after the fall of Napoleon.