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In The News. Trending People. In , the von Fersen family purchased Steninge Palace , which overlooks Mälaren , a lake outside of Stockholm , Sweden.
He also owned mines, land, forests and iron foundries in Sweden and Finland, and a large share of Sweden's East India Company , the country's most profitable undertaking ever.
His later education was primarily military. On 3 July , von Fersen made his first journey abroad with the intention of seeing the world and finishing his studies at military academies, including Brunswick , Turin , Strasbourg and Lüneburg.
In October , he passed through Switzerland and in Ferney , he met the philosopher, Voltaire. In England nearly seven years later, von Fersen looked back on that meeting:.
I once had two hours of his society when I was at Geneva some years ago. Constant, an intimate friend of his, gave me a letter of introduction to him I was struck by the beauty of his eyes and the vivacity of his expression.
It was, I confess, curiosity rather than admiration which led me to seek his acquaintance He was not only extremely clever, but also very lucky; and one of the reasons of his success was that he was disliked, admired and befriended by different great people in such a way that his fame could not fail to spread.
In January his travels took him to France where he paid court to the reigning monarch, Louis XV , and his mistress, Madame du Barry.
While at Versailles he attended the ceremony of the Order of the Holy Spirit. A little over a week later, von Fersen met Marie-Antoinette , then Dauphine , for the first time:.
By the beginning of , von Fersen had returned to Sweden, where he remained for approximately three years, serving under his king, Gustavus III.
In the late summer of , von Fersen traveled to Normandy with his friends, Barrington Beaumont and the Baron de Stedingk , to see a large army camp that was training under the command of the Duke of Broglie.
Besides military matters, they were treated to dinner and dances attended by the officers and their wives.
The queen, who is charming, said when she saw me, 'Ah! Here is an old acquaintance. Her pregnancy advances and is quite visible.
As someone had told her of my Swedish uniform, she expressed a wish to see me in it; I am to go Thursday thus dressed, not to Court, but to the queen's apartments.
She is the most amiable princess that I know. Marie-Antoinette's personal property, the Petit Trianon , was on the grounds of the Palace of Versailles.
In contrast to Versailles, the dress and manners at the Petit Trianon were simple and down-to-earth;  her guests were personally invited and treated equally, as friends.
However, the private festivities often caused jealousy among those who were excluded from them. In the s, the American Revolutionary War began with the passage of the Intolerable acts , and the battles of Lexington and Concord , and Bunker Hill.
On 4 May , von Fersen secured the position of aide-de-camp to General Rochambeau and sailed from the port of Brest.
Nearly two months later, his ship made anchor at Narragansett Bay in Newport, Rhode Island , where the French made camp until June of the next year.
On meeting Washington, von Fersen remarked:. He has the air of a hero; he is very cold, speaks little, but is polite and civil.
An air of sadness pervades his whole countenance, which is not unbecoming to him, and makes him the more interesting.
After spending eleven months in Newport, Rhode Island , in total inaction, the men under Rochambeau began a march on 12 June , to link up with Washington's army at Philipsburg on the Hudson.
On 15 August, von Fersen was tasked with conveying a letter from Rochambeau to Comte de Barras , who had been waiting for a signal to join Comte de Grasse's fleet at the Chesapeake Bay.
Word reached the troops in early September of Grasse's victory in gaining control of the Chesapeake, and by the end of the month Washington surrounded Cornwallis in Yorktown.
By 19 October, the British surrendered the town, hastening the end of the war. Anticipating the American Civil War nearly eighty years later, von Fersen remarked that he wouldn't be surprised to see Virginia separate herself from the rest of the states at some point due to the strain of "aristocracy" prevalent there as opposed to the northern states.
Gustavus was planning on making war on Denmark, and was on a trip through the Continent to secure aid from other countries.
Gustavus promoted von Fersen to titulary-colonel in the Swedish army, chevalier of the Order of the Sword , and lieutenant-colonel of the light-horse cavalry of the king.
On 7 June von Fersen returned to Versailles with Gustavus, who concluded a treaty of alliance with France on the 19th of the month.
On 27 June, Gustavus and the rest of his entourage were invited to the Petit Trianon. A month later von Fersen returned to Sweden, tasking himself with the job of getting a dog for Marie-Antoinette, which she named Odin.
During this time, the Diamond Necklace Affair took place, and only months later the Cardinal de Rohan was arrested, bringing the affair to public knowledge.
In August , Vicomte de Calonne finally apprised Louis XVI of the desperate state of the French finances, and by the very end of the year it was announced formally that there would be a convening of an Assembly of Notables to discuss future measures.
In late-February , the Assembly of Notables was convened. Some sensitive diplomatic contacts between Sweden and France were conducted, not through the Swedish embassy, but through von Fersen.
To be closer to Paris, he moved into a house in Auteuil borrowed from Count Esterhazy. In spring, , von Fersen joined Gustav for the latter's Finnish campaign against Russia as lieutenant-colonel of the Royal Horse Guards  but by December , von Fersen was again with his French regiment in Valenciennes to witness the following:.
All men's minds are in a ferment. Nothing is talked of but a constitution. The women especially are joining in the hubbub, and you know as well as I what influence they have in this country.
It is a mania, everybody is an administrator and can talk only of progress; the lackeys in the antechambers are occupied in reading the pamphlets that come out, ten or twelve in a day, and I do not know how the printing-presses can do the work.
On 2 May , the Estates-General finally met. Before long, however, the Third Estate reconstituted itself as the National Assembly , arguing that the three orders were no more than arbitrary divisions of one body.
By the end of June, the monarchy had reinforced its concentration of regiments around the capital, ostensibly to maintain order in and around Paris, although many believed the troops would be turned against the recalcitrant Third Estate.
They have brought about 12, to 15, troops into the neighborhood of Versailles, La Muette, Meudon , etc.
What is most grievous is that they are not sure of the French soldier, and they are forced to employ foreigners as much as possible.
On 14 July , the Invalides and the Bastille were both stormed and taken , and on 16 July, von Fersen was at Versailles with the King and Queen to debate how to forestall the incipient revolution in Paris.
After much discussion, Louis decided to go to Paris with the guardsmen to show his personal goodwill towards the revolution.
The Princess de Lamballe who in would lose her life in the September Massacres related the scene:. No sooner, however, had the King left the room than it was as much as the Count de Fersen, Princess Elizabeth , and all of us could do to recover [the Queen] from the most violent convulsions.
At last, coming to herself, she retired Again and again she implored him, as she went, in case the King should be detained, to interest himself with all the foreign ministers to interpose for his liberation.
On 8 August, the August Decrees , which abolished many aspects of monarchy, including tithes and hereditary titles, were enacted. Riots are taking place in all the cities of the kingdom So far all is confined to breaking into the tax offices and opening the prisons, for it is the lowest of the populace who make the disorder.
The bourgeoisie was immediately armed and that did much to restore tranquility. We have had our little riot here but it is all over.
They are hunted everywhere, and yesterday, in one spot, we captured ; many more will probably be taken Disorder is increasing throughout the country.
The [new militia in Paris] has better pay than in our regiments and there are no means not employed to entice them. It is said that The king's authority is totally annihilated, so is that of the parliaments and the magistrates.
The States-General themselves tremble before Paris, and this fear greatly influences their deliberations. Months later, with the revolution spreading to the rest of the country and the royal army in disintegration, the Flanders Regiment was brought to Versailles to replace the French Guards who had mutinied.
The King's bodyguard decided to host a fraternal dinner party for the regiment, and von Fersen and Beaumont attended. Despite having reservations at first, the King and Queen made an appearance towards the end.
This banquet, however, provided fuel for the Women's March on Versailles four days later, when it was rumored that the tricolor cockade was trampled upon at the banquet.
On the morning of 6 October , an armed crowd made their way to the royal apartments. Two of the royal bodyguards were killed before the National Guard restored order.
In order to calm the protestors, Louis agreed to go to the balcony of the Cour de Marbre and tell the crowd that he would return with them to Paris.
I was witness of it all and I returned to Paris in one of the carriages of the king's suite: we were six hours and a half on the way [to Paris].
God keep me from ever again seeing so afflicting a sight as that of those two days. It is supposed that I am going to Varennes to join my regiment.
If I have not arrived at Arlon by twelve on Friday night, come back to Paris, unlock my bureau, and burn everything you find But I hope it will not come to that, for we have so arranged matters.
The situation of the royal family became considerably more desperate on 18 April , when they were prevented from traveling to Saint-Cloud to attend Mass by a large hostile crowd.
Escape plans had been broached earlier between Comte de Mirabeau and von Fersen, but Mirabeau's death on 2 April put an end to that discussion.
The escape was arranged to take place on 20 June, coinciding with a particular guard change. At the King's sister, Madame Elizabeth, appeared followed by Louis himself.
A half hour later they were still waiting for Marie-Antoinette. However, she came out at the same time as the torchlit carriage of Marquis de Lafayette , who was responsible for the royal family's custody, appeared with some of his men, Marie-Antoinette was able to conceal herself and the royal family slipped away.
The royal family took the post road and von Fersen took a different route to Bourget. The royal family reached Varennes on 22 June around 11 p.
They departed Varennes surrounded by 6, armed citizens and National Guardsmen. Having left behind him a long declaration which had been read and published in all the newspapers in his absence, Louis himself had made it impossible to sustain the pretence that he had been "abducted".
Even before the royal family returned to Paris, it was discovered that von Fersen was one of the people who facilitated their escape, and a warrant was put out for his arrest.
In Brussels, von Fersen worked out a steganography technique for writing with Beaumont and Marie-Antoinette:.
The simplest plan was to write an ordinary letter with the lines rather far apart, and then to write the real information between the lines, using milk instead of ink.
The milk calligraphy was invisible until the paper was covered with coal or other dust; when the dust was shaken off, the secret writing stood out as black as that for which ink had been used.
In this manner we wrote to each other, and sent the letters by couriers. On 27 August the Declaration of Pillnitz was issued from Pillnitz Castle near Dresden ; it declared the joint support of the Holy Roman Empire and Prussia for King Louis XVI against the Revolution but stipulated that Austria would only go to war if the other European powers followed them into war, which at this point in time was not likely to happen.
I can see clearly that they are dragging things along purposely to prevent the king of Sweden from sending troops this year; they fear his activity, and also that he may command in person.
They want to avoid acting, or else to act alone if it becomes necessary. Nothing is being done; the requisitions have not been sent, although they assure me the troops are to march at once I see a well-formed plan to do only trifling things over the winter, to try to patch up matters for the time being, and not to act until spring, and not then unless it is absolutely necessary.
In December , von Fersen confided to Beaumont about another possible escape attempt for the royal family. Because the roads were closely watched, it was decided that Louis should escape through the woods and then by sea, while von Fersen conveyed Marie-Antoinette and the children by another route.
Because security was tight around the royal family, von Fersen traveled to Paris in a large wig and false moustache, and assumed the identity of a minister plenipotentiary of the Queen of Portugal.
They arrived in Paris without difficulty, and were able to sneak into the Tuileries and speak with Marie-Antoinette.
As he told von Fersen:. I know that I am called feeble and irresolute, but no one has ever been in a position such as mine.
It is true that I lost the opportune moment; it was July 14 , I ought to have gone then, but you must remember that monsieur himself entreated me to stay, and the Marechal de Broglie said, "We can go to Metz certainly, but what is to be done when we get there?
That night von Fersen saw the King and Queen for the last time. After the meeting, von Fersen and Beaumont headed back north.
Outside Cambrai , their carriage was stopped by a Frenchman doubting the authenticity of their passport but, with von Fersen feigning sleep, Beaumont managed to talk himself out of trouble and they continued on.
On 20 June, the Tuileries was stormed by a large crowd and Louis was made to wear a red bonnet of liberty and drink a toast to the health of the people of Paris and the Nation.
Three days later Marie-Antoinette was able to get an encrypted letter out to von Fersen: "Your friend is in the greatest danger. His illness is making terrible progress Tell his relations about his unfortunate situation".
Breteuil came to tell me that the Austrians have been defeated before Mons For two days there had been orders to give no post horses without permission The whole road from Mons was covered with war equipages and carts with wounded.
Von Fersen heard the news while in Cologne: "Received last night at , from the Archbishop of Tours , the sad details of the death of the King of France".
The general in charge of the northern army, Dumouriez , was defeated 18 March at Neerwinden and Louvain. On 18 March, von Fersen was able to meet with him:.
We struggled through a crowd of people and found him in a lower room, the windows besieged by the people outside. He was alone with three aides-de-camp.
He recognized Simolin [Russian ambassador to France]; I named myself; he made me a compliment, saying he ought to have known me by my handsome face On the whole, I found him a true Frenchman, vain, confident, heedless; with much intelligence and little judgment.
His scheme failed through excess of confidence in his strength and in his influence with the army. On 2 August, Marie-Antoinette was moved to the Conciergerie while awaiting her trial.
During this time von Fersen was still attempting to find a way to save her and the remaining royal family. On 11 August he wrote:.
Having talked with La Marck on the means of saving the queen, and agreeing that there were none except to push forward at once a strong body of cavalry to Paris - which would be the easier to do at this moment, because there are no troops before the city and the granaries are full, - I went to see Mercy about it and found him all ice to the ideaOn 15 August, von Fersen was tasked with conveying a letter from Rochambeau to Comte de Barraswho had been waiting for a here to join Comte de Grasse's fleet click here the Chesapeake Bay. While at Versailles he attended the ceremony of the Order of the Holy Spirit. Months later, with the revolution spreading to the rest of the country and the royal army in disintegration, the Flanders Regiment was brought to Versailles to commit Lovescout Preise share the French Guards who had mutinied. My reply was necessarily vague. Cambridge University Press.