Pozzo di Forgo. Carlo, Conte di (1764-1842), the lifelong enemy of Napoleon, was born near Ajaccio. He was one of the chief administrators of the island under the English. Having once broken with his early friend Bonaparte, he devoted his life to his ruin. Driven from Corsica in 1797 he came to London, and in the following year went to Vienna to form a European coalition against the Consular government. In 1803 he entered the service of Russia, but after Jena again retired to Austria and England. Returning to Russia in 1812, he continued his schemes against Napoleon, from whose service he seduced Bernadotte. He continued in the Russian service till 1835, dying seven years later at Paris.