Charles Consstance César Joseph Matthieu d'Agoult
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A French prelate, born at Grenoble, 1747; died at Paris, 1824. He studied at the Seminary of St. Sulpice, at Paris, and became Bishop of Pamiers, in 1787. During the French Revolution he emigrated, but returned to France in 1501, after having surrendered his bishopric. He wrote: Projet d'une banque nationale (Paris, 1815); Eclaircissement sur le projet d'une banque nationale (Paris, 1816); Lettre à un Jacobin, ou réflexions politiques sur la constitution d'Angleterre et la charte royale (Paris, 1815); Conversation avec E. Burke, sur l'interêt des puissances de l' Europe (Paris, 1814).
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- The Apostles' Creed
- Act of Contrition
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