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French Council of State Decree on the Number of Men to be Called Up in 1811 from Bouches-du-Rhin, Bouches-de-l'Escaut, and Arronsdissement de Breda (Deux-Nèthes) for the Navy

Editor's Note: Bouches-du-Rhin and Bouches-de-l'Escaut were annexed into France 24 April 1810. The Arronsdissement de Breda (Deux-Nèthes), which consisted of the city of Antwerp was created a department on 1 October 1795. The French Sénatus-Consulte decreed on 21 January 1811 the following men would be provided by each of these departments. Those men born in the years 1788, 1789, and 1790 would be eligible to be conscripted. The men would report for duty in 1811.

Department.
Total Population
Number to Be Called up for the Navy from Year 1808 (Note 1)
Number to Be Called up for the Navy from Year 1809 (Note 2)
Number to Be Called up for the Navy from Year 1810 (Note 3)
Total
Bouches-du-Rhin
237000
117
117
117
315
Bouches-de-l'Escaut
80000
40
40
40
120
Arronsdissement de Breda (Deux-Nèthes)
87000
43
43
43
129
 
404000
200
200
200
600

Notes:

1. Those born in 1788.
2. Those born in 1789.
3. Those born in 1790.

Source:

Comte Dumas- Conseil d'État - 21 janvier 1811

 

 

 



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