Théodore Tenaille-Saligny

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  1. Étienne Philippe Théodore Tenaille-Saligny: The official site of the French Senate gives his common first name as Étienne. [1] Other sources give it as Théodore, [2] give his name in full, [3] or simply call him M. Tenaille-Saligny. [4] Contemporary official sources often give his name as M. Th. Tenaille-Saligny. [5] [6] [7]
  2. The Trial of the Thirteen was a trial of Garnier-Pagès and twelve others on charges of being part of an unauthorized association with more than 20 people. This referred to an electoral meeting arranged by the Republican Louis-Antoine Garnier-Pagès on 13 March 1861 and attended by the candidate Hippolyte Carnot and several deputies of the Corps législatif, which the police had broken up. [11]


Théodore Tenaille-Saligny
Tenaille Saligny, Theodore.jpg
Tenaille-Saligny from L'Illustration, journal universel, 11 February 1871
Prefect of Nièvre
In office
26 February 1871 12 July 1871

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