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Henri de Massue de Ruvigny, earl of Galway, and marquess of Ruvigny in the French nobility (1648–1720) by John Simon, pubd c. 1704 (after Philip de Graves) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Massue de Ruvigny, Henri de, earl of Galway, and marquess of Ruvigny in the French nobility (1648–1720), Huguenot leader, army officer, and diplomat, was born in Paris, probably in the Faubourg St Germain, on 9 April 1648, the eldest son of five surviving children of ...

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Stouppe, Jean-Baptiste [Giovanni Battista Stoppa] (fl. 1651–1673), Reformed minister and spy, originated from the Grisons, Switzerland. A proposant or divinity graduate of the Academy of Geneva, he was tutor to the children of a Huguenot magnate, the marquis de Montbrun, in Dauphiné when in November 1651 he was recommended by the continental Huguenot churches to their fellows in ...