Home Office: Bouillon Papers
|Title:||Home Office: Bouillon Papers|
This series consists of original letters to Philip D'Auvergne, Prince de Bouillon, as Administrateur des Secours Accordes aux Emigrés, by the British Government, together with memorials, intelligence reports from France, muster rolls, accounts and other papers.
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|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
|Legal status:||Public Record(s)|
|Physical description:||39 bundle(s)|
|Administrative / biographical background:||
Between 1794 and 1815 Bouillon served as the Senior Naval Officer in Jersey and acted as co-ordinator of a French royalist intelligence network supported by the British government. He was also responsible for the distribution of money offered by the government to French emigres, under the authority of the Home Secretary.
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