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Jean Léonard Barrié, (28 February 1762 in Saint-Béat, Haute-Garonne − 15 February 1848 in Toulouse) was a French general of the Napoleonic era.

Biography[edit | edit source]

From volunteer to Chief of Brigade[edit | edit source]

The Italian Army in 1796 by the lithographer Pauchs. Barrié was in Italy almost continuously from 1796 to 1799.

He entered the army as a volunteer on 21 September 1792 in the 1st Saint-Gaudens Battalion and became a captain on 28 October following.

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