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Philippe d'Auvergne (13 November 1754 – 18 September 1816) was a British naval officer and the adopted son of Godefroy de La Tour d'Auvergne the sovereign Duke of Bouillon. He chose a career in the Royal Navy that spanned a period of history where Great Britain was at the centre of wars and empire building and took him from Boston and the War of Independence to espionage with French Royalists; prisoner of war to shipwrecked; all this whilst hoping to become a Walloon ruler or, at least, heir to a princely fortune.

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  • Philippe d'Auvergne ou Philip Dauvergne, FRS que l'on trouve également parfois sous le nom de Philip de La Tour d'Auvergne, né en 1754 et mort le 18 septembre 1816 à Westminster (Londres), est un officier de marine, explorateur, scientifique et administrateur territorial britannique. Il fut désigné comme successeur par Godefroy Charles Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne sur le duché de Bouillon, mais cet état - situé à la frontière de la France - fut supprimé, par le congrès de Vienne, en juin 1815.
  • Philippe d'Auvergne (13 November 1754 – 18 September 1816) was a British naval officer and the adopted son of Godefroy de La Tour d'Auvergne the sovereign Duke of Bouillon. He chose a career in the Royal Navy that spanned a period of history where Great Britain was at the centre of wars and empire building and took him from Boston and the War of Independence to espionage with French Royalists; prisoner of war to shipwrecked; all this whilst hoping to become a Walloon ruler or, at least, heir to a princely fortune.
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  • Philippe d'Auvergne ou Philip Dauvergne, FRS que l'on trouve également parfois sous le nom de Philip de La Tour d'Auvergne, né en 1754 et mort le 18 septembre 1816 à Westminster (Londres), est un officier de marine, explorateur, scientifique et administrateur territorial britannique. Il fut désigné comme successeur par Godefroy Charles Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne sur le duché de Bouillon, mais cet état - situé à la frontière de la France - fut supprimé, par le congrès de Vienne, en juin 1815.
  • Philippe d'Auvergne (13 November 1754 – 18 September 1816) was a British naval officer and the adopted son of Godefroy de La Tour d'Auvergne the sovereign Duke of Bouillon. He chose a career in the Royal Navy that spanned a period of history where Great Britain was at the centre of wars and empire building and took him from Boston and the War of Independence to espionage with French Royalists; prisoner of war to shipwrecked; all this whilst hoping to become a Walloon ruler or, at least, heir to a princely fortune.
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