The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church

Consistories for the creation of Cardinals
18th Century (1700-1799)

Clement XI (1700-1721) Innocent XIII (1721-1724) Benedict XIII (1724-1730) Clement XII (1730-1740)
Benedict XIV (1740-1758) Clement XIII (1758-1769) Clement XIV (1769-1774) Pius VI (1775-1799)
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Clement XI (1700-1721)

December 17, 1703 (I)
(1) 1. Francesco Pignatelli, Theat., archbishop of Naples. + December 5, 1734.

May 17, 1706 (II)
(2) 1. Francesco Martelli, titular patriarch of Jerusalem, secretary of the S.C. of the Sacred Consulta. + September 28, 1717.
(3) 2. Gianalberto Badoaro, patriarch of Venice. + May 17, 1714.
(4) 3. Lorenzo Casoni, titular archbishop of Cesarea, assessor of the Supreme S.C. of the Roman and Universal Inquisition. + November 19, 1720.
(5) 4. Lorenzo Corsini, titular archbishop of Nicomedia, treasurer general of the Apostolic Chamber. (1)
(6) 5. Lorenzo Fieschi, archbishop of Genoa. + May 1, 1726.
(7) 6. Francesco Acquaviva d'Aragona, titular archbishop of Larissa, nuncio in Spain. + January 9, 1725.
(8) 7. Tommaso Ruffo, titular archbishop of Nicea, prefect of the Household of His Holiness. + February 16, 1753.
(9) 8. Orazio Filippo Spada, bishop of Lucca, nuncio in Poland. + June 28, 1724.
(10) 9. Filippo Antonio Gualterio, archbishop-bishop of Imola, nuncio in France. + April 21, 1728.
(11) 10. Giuseppe Vallemani, titular archbishop of Atene, prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + December 15, 1725. (2)
(12) 11. Christian August von Sachsen-Zeitz, bishop of Györ, Hungary. + August 23, 1725.
(13) 12. Rannuzio Pallavicino, referendary of the Tribunals of the Apostolic Signature of Justice and of Grace, governor of Rome. + June 30, 1712.
(14) 13. Giandomenico Paracciani, protonotary apostolic, auditor of His Holiness. + May 9, 1721.
(15) 14. Alessandro Caprara, auditor of the Sacred Roman Rota. + June 9, 1711.
(16) 15. Joseph-Emmanuel de la Trémoille, auditor of the Sacred Roman Rota. + January 10, 1720.
(17) 16. Gabriele Filippucci, voter of the Tribunal of the Apostolic Signature of Justice. + July 21, 1706. (3)
(18) 17. Carlo Agostino Fabroni, secretary of the S.C. of Propaganda Fide. + September 19, 1727.
(19) 18. Carlo Colonna, protonotary apostolic, prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + July 8, 1739.
(20) 19. Pietro Priuli, cleric of the Apostolic Chamber. + January 22 (or 24), 1728.
(21) 20. Nicola Grimaldi, secretary of the S.C. of Bishops and Regulars. + October 25, 1717.

(1) Elected Pope Clement XII on July 12, 1730. Died on February 6, 1740.
(2) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of August 1, 1707.
(3) The pope accepted his resignation as a cardinal on June 7, 1706.

June 7, 1706 (III)
(22) 1. Michelangelo Conti, titular archbishop of Tarso, nuncio in Portugal. (1)

(1) Elected Pope Innocent XIII on May 8, 1721. Died on March 7, 1724.

August 1, 1707 (IV)
(23) 1. Charles Thomas Maillard de Tournon, titular patriarch of Antioch, apostolic visitor with faculties of legate a latere in China and the kingdoms of the East Indies. + June 8, 1710.

April 15, 1709 (V)
(24) 1. Ulisse Giuseppe Gozzadini, titular archbishop of Teodosia, secretary of Briefs to the Princes. + March 20, 1728.
(25) 2. Antonio Francesco Sanvitale, archbishop of Urbino, prefect of the Household of His Holiness. + December 17, 1714. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of July 22, 1709.

December 23, 1711 (VI)
(26) 1. Annibale Albani, protonotary apostolic supernumerary, president of the Apostolic Chamber. + October 21, 1751.

May 18, 1712 (VII)
(27) 1. Lodovico Pico della Mirandola, titular patriarch of Constantinople, prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + August 10, 1743. (1)
(28) 2. Gianantonio Davia, archbishop-bishop of Rimini. + January 11, 1740.
(29) 3. Agostino Cusani, bishop of Pavia. + December 27, 1730.
(30) 4. Giulio Piazza, bishop of Faenza. + April 23, 1726.
(31) 5. Antonfelice Zondadari, titular archbishop of Damasco. + November 23, 1737.
(32) 6. Manuel Arias y Porres, O.S.Io.Hieros., archbishop of Sevilla, Spain. + November 16, 1717. (2)
(33) 7. Giovanni Battista Bussi, archbishop-bishop of Ancona. + December 23, 1726. (1)
(34) 8. Pier Marcellino Corradini, titular archbishop of Atene. + February 8, 1743. (1)
(35) 9. Benito de Sala y de Caramany, O.S.B.Cas., bishop of Barcelona, Spain. + July 2, 1715. (2)
(36) 10. Armand Gaston Maximilien de Rohan, bishop of Strasbourg, Alsace. + July 16, 1749.
(37) 11. Nuno da Cunha e Ataíde, titular bishop of Targa, inquisitor general in Portugal. + December 3 (or 15), 1750.
(38) 12. Wolfgang Hanibal von Schrattenbach, bishop of Olomouc, Moravia. + July 22, 1738.
(39) 13. Luigi Priuli, auditor of the Sacred Roman Rota. + March 15, 1720.
(40) 14. Giuseppe Maria Tomasi di Lampedusa, Theat. + January 1, 1713. (3)
(41) 15. Giovanni Battista Tolomei, S.J. + January 19, 1726.
(42) 16. Francesco Maria Casini, O.F.M.Cap. + February 14, 1719.
(43) 17. Curzio Origo, secretary of the Sacred Consulta. + March 18, 1737. (1)
(44) 18. Melchior de Polignac, auditor of the Sacred Roman Rota. + November 20, 1741. (2)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of September 26, 1712.
(2) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of January 30, 1713.
(3) Beatified on June 5, 1803. Canonized on October 12, 1986.

January 30, 1713 (VIII)
(45) 1. Benedetto Erba-Odescacalchi, archbishop of Milan, nuncio in Poland. + December 13, 1740.
(46) 2. Damian Hugo Philipp von Schönborn. + August 19, 1743. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of May 29, 1715.

May 6, 1715 (IX)
(47) 1. Fabio Olivieri, secretary of Apostolic Briefs, pro-prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + February 9, 1738.

May 29, 1715 (X)
(48) 1. Henri-Pons de Thiard de Bissy, bishop of Meaux, France. + July 26, 1737.
(49) 2. Innico Caracciolo, iuniore, bishop of Aversa. + September 6, 1730. (1)
(50) 3. Bernardino Scotti, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + November 16, 1726. (1)
(51) 4. Carlo Maria Marini, prefect of His Holiness' Household. + January 16, 1747. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of December 16, 1715.

December 16, 1715 (XI)
(52) 1. Niccolò Caracciolo, archbishop of Capua. + February 7, 1728.
(53) 2. Giambattista Patrizi, titular archbishop of Seleucia, general treasurer. + July 31, 1727.
(54) 3. Ferdinando Nuzzi, titular archbishop of Nicea, secretary of the S.C. of Bishops. + December 1, 1717.
(55) 4. Niccolò Spinola, titular archbishop of Tebes, auditor of the Apostolic Chamber. + April 12, 1735.

March 15, 1717 (XII)
(56) 1. Giberto Bartolomeo Borromeo, titular patriarch of Antioch, bishop of Novara, prefect of His Holiness' Household. + January 22, 1740.

July 12, 1717 (XIII)
(57) 1. Giulio Alberoni. + June 26, 1752.
(58) 2. Imre Csáky, archbishop of Kalocsa and Bács, Hungary. + August 28, 1732. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of October 1, 1717.

November 29, 1719 (XIV)
(59) 1. Léon Potier de Gesvres, archbishop of Bourges, France. + November 12, 1744.
(60) 2. François de Mailly, archbishop of Reims, France. + September 13, 1721.
(61) 3. Giorgio Spinola, titular archbishop of Cesarea, nuncio in Austria. + January 17, 1739.
(62) 4. Cornelio Bentivoglio, titular archbishop of Cartago, nuncio in France.+ December 30, 1732.
(63) 5. Thomas Philippe Wallrad d'Hénin-Liétard d'Alsace-Boussu de Chimay, archbishop of Mechlin, Flanders. + January 5, 1759.
(64) 6. Giovanni Francesco Barbarigo, bishop of Brescia. + January 26, 1730. (1)
(65) 7. Luis Antonio Belluga y Moncada, Orat., bishop of Cartagena, Spain. + February 22, 1743.
(66) 8. José Pereira de Lacerda, bishop of Faro, Portugal. + September 28, 1738.
(67) 9. Mihály Frigyes Althan, bishop of Vác, Hungary. + June 20, 1734.
(68) 10. Giovanni Battista Salerni, S.J. + January 30, 1729.

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of September 30, 1720.

September 30, 1720 (XV)
(69) 1. Carlos de Borja-Centelles y Ponce de León, patriarch of the West Indies, Spain. + August 8, 1733.
(70) 2. Álvaro Cienfuegos Villazón, S.J. + August 19, 1739.

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Innocent XIII (1721-1724)

June 16, 1721 (I)
(1) 1. Bernardo Maria Conti, O.S.B.Cas., former bishop of Terracina. + April 23, 1730.

July 16, 1721 (II)
(2) 1. Guillaume Dubois, archbishop of Cambrai, France. + August 10, 1723.
(3) 2. Alessandro Albani, O.S.Io.Hieros., cleric of the Apostolic Chamber. + December 11, 1779.

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Benedict XIII (1724-1730)

September 11, 1724 (I)
(1) 1. Giambattista Altieri, iuniore, titular archbishop of Tiro, dean of the clerics of the Apostolic Chamber. + March 12, 1740.
(2) 2. Alessandro Falconieri, auditor of the Sacred Roman Rota, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + January 26, 1734.

November 20, 1724 (II)
(3) 1. Vincenzo Petra, titular archbishop of Damasco, secretary of the S.C. of Bishops and Religious. + March 21, 1747.

December 20, 1724 (III)
(4) 1. Prospero Marefoschi, titular archbishop of Cesarea. + February 24, 1732.
(5) 2. Agostino Pipia, O.P., master general of his order, bishop elect of Osimo. + February 19 (or 21), 1730.

June 11, 1725 (IV)
(6) 1. Niccolò Coscia, titular archbishop of Traianopoli. + February 8, 1755. (1)
(7) 2. Niccolò del Giudice, protonotary apostolic, prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + January 30, 1743.

(1) Deprived of the cardinalate, excommunicated and imprisoned, May 9, 1733; excommunication lifted, February 23, 1734; cardinalate reinstated, January 8, 1742.

September 11, 1726 (V)
(8) 1. André-Hercule de Fleury, former bishop of Fréjus, France. + January 29, 1743.

December 9, 1726 (VI)
(9) 1. Angelo Maria Quirini, O.S.B.Cas., archbishop-bishop of Brescia. + January 6, 1755. (1)
(10) 2. Niccolò Maria Lercari, titular archbishop of Nazianzo, prime minister and secretary of State of His Holiness. + March 21, 1757.
(11) 3. Marco Antonio Ansidei, titular archbishop of Damiata, assessor of the Supreme S.C. of the Roman and Universal Inquisition. + February 14, 1730. (3)
(12) 4. Prospero Lorenzo Lambertini, bishop of Ancona. (2)
(13) 5. Francesco Antonio Finy, titular archbishop of Damasco. + April 5, 1743. (3)
(14) 6. Lorenzo Cozza, O.F.M.Obs., minister general of his order. + January 19, 1729.
(15) 7. Gregorio Selleri, O.P., master of the Sacred Palace. + May 31, 1729. (4)
(16) 8. Antonio Banchieri, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + September 16, 1733. (4)
(17) 9. Carlo Collicola, treasurer general of the Apostolic Chamber. + October 20, 1730. (4)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of November 26, 1727.
(2) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of April 30, 1728. Elected Pope Benedict XIV on August 17, 1740. Died on May 3, 1758.
(3) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of January 26, 1728.
(4) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of April 30, 1728.

November 26, 1727 (VII)
(18) 1. Diego de Astorga y Cépedes, archbishop of Toledo, Spain. + February 9, 1734.
(19) 2. Sigismund von Kollonitsch, archbishop of Vienna, Austria. + April 12, 1751.
(20) 3. Philip Ludwig von Sinzendorf, bishop of Györ, Hungary. + September 28, 1747.
(21) 4. João da Mota e Silva, canon of the collegiate church of São Tomé, Lisbon, Portugal. + October 4, 1747.

April 30, 1728 (VIII)
(22) 1. Vincenzo Ludovico Gotti, O.P., titular patriarch elect of Jerusalem.+ September 18, 1742.
(23) 2. Leandro di Porzia, O.S.B.Cas., bishop elect of Bergamo. + June 2, 1740.

September 20, 1728 (IX)
(24) 1. Pierluigi Carafa, iuniore, titular archbishop of Larissa, secretary of the S.C. of Bishops and Regulars. + December 15, 1755.
(25) 2. Giuseppe Accoramboni, bishop of Imola, auditor of His Holiness. + March 21, 1747.

March 23, 1729 (X)
(26) 1. Camillo Cibo, titular patriarch of Constantinople, prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + January 12, 1743.

July 6, 1729 (XI)
(27) 1. Francesco Borghese, titular archbishop of Trajanopolis, prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + June 21, 1759.
(28) 2. Carlo Vincenzo Ferreri, O.P., bishop of Alessandria. + December 9, 1742.

February 8, 1730 (XII)
(29) 1. Alamanno Salviati, protonotary apostolic, president of the legation in Urbino. + February 24, 1733.

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Clement XII (1730-1740)

August 14, 1730 (I)
(1) 1. Neri Maria Corsini, protonotary apostolic, secretary of Memoriali, nephew of Pope Clement XII. + December 6, 1770. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of December 11, 1730.

October 2, 1730 (II)
(2) 1. Alessandro Aldobrandini, titular archbishop of Rodi, nuncio in Spain. + August 14, 1734.
(3) 2. Girolamo Grimaldi, titular archbishop of Edessa. + November 18, 1733.
(4) 3. Bartolomeo Massei, titular archbishop of Atene, nuncio in France. + November 20, 1745.
(5) 4. Bartolomeo Ruspoli, apostolic protonotary, secretary of the S.C. of Propaganda Fide. + May 21, 1741.

September 24, 1731 (III)
(6) 1. Vincenzo Bichi, titular archbishop of Laodicea, former nuncio in Portugal. + February 11, 1750.
(7) 2. Sinibaldo Doria, archbishop of Benevento, former prefect of the Household of His Holiness. + December 2, 1733.
(8) 3. Giuseppe Firrao, archbishop-bishop of Aversa, former nuncio in Portugal. + October 24, 1744.
(9) 4. Antonio Saverio Gentili, titular archbishop of Petra, datary of His Holiness. + March 13, 1753.
(10) 5. Giovanni Antonio Guadagni, O.C.D., bishop of Arezzo. + January 15, 1759.

October 1, 1732 (IV)
(11) 1. Troiano Acquaviva d'Aragona, titular archbishop of Larissa, prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + March 20, 1747.
(12) 2. Agapito Mosca, cleric of the Apostolic Chamber. + August 21, 1760.

March 2, 1733 (V)
(13) 1. Domenico Riviera, apostolic protonotary, secretary of the S.C. of the Consult of the Ecclesiastical State. + November 2, 1752.

September 28, 1733 (VI)
(14) 1. Marcello Passeri, titular archbishop of Nazianzo, auditor Sanctissimi. + September 25, 1741.
(15) 2. Giovanni Battista Spinola, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + August 20, 1752.

March 24, 1734 (VII)
(16) 1. Pompeio Aldrovandi, titular patriarch of Jerusalem, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + January 6, 1752.
(17) 2. Serafino Cenci, archbishop of Benevento. + June 24, 1740.
(18) 3. Pietro Maria Pieri, O.S.M., prior general of his order. + January 27, 1743.
(19) 4. Giacomo Lanfredini, secretary of the S.C. of the Tridentine Council. + May 16, 1741.

January 17, 1735 (VIII)
(20) 1. Giuseppe Spinelli, archbishop of Naples. + April 12, 1763.

December 19, 1735 (IX)
(21) 1. Luis Antonio Jaime de Borbón y Farnesio, royal infante of Spain. + August 7, 1785. (1)

(1) Created cardinal when he was 8 years old. Pope Benedict XIV accepted his resignation from the cardinalate in the consistory of December 18, 1754.

December 20, 1737 (X)
(22) 1. Tomás de Almeida, patriarch of Occidental Lisbon, Portugal. + February 27, 1754.
(23) 2. Henri-Osvald de la Tour d'Auvergne de Bouillon, archbishop of Vienne, France. + April 23, 1747.
(24) 3. Joseph Dominicus von Lamberg, prince-bishop of Passau. + August 30, 1761.
(25) 4. Gaspar de Molina y Oviedo, O.E.S.A., bishop of Málaga, Spain. + August 30, 1744.
(26) 5. Jan Aleksander Lipski, bishop of Krákow, Poland. + February 20, 1746.
(27) 6. Raniero D'Elci, titular archbishop of Rodi, nuncio in France. + June 22, 1761. (1)
(28) 7. Carlo Rezzonico, seniore, auditor of the Sacred Roman Rota. (2)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of June 23, 1738.
(2) Elected Pope Clement XIII on July 6, 1758. Died on February 2, 1769.

June 23, 1738 (XI)
(29) 1. Domenico Silvio Passionei, titular archbishop of Efeso, nuncio in Austria. + July 5, 1761.

December 19, 1738 (XII)
(30) 2. Silvio Valenti Gonzaga, titular archbishop of Nicea, nuncio in Spain. + August 28, 1756.

February 23, 1739 (XIII)
(31) 1. Gaetano Stampa, archbishop of Milan. + December 23, 1742.
(32) 2. Pierre-Guérin de Tencin, archbishop of Embrun, France. + March 2, 1758.

July 15, 1739 (XIV)
(33) 1. Marcellino Corio, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + February 20, 1742.

September 30, 1739 (XV)
(34) 1. Prospero Colonna, auditor of the Apostolic Chamber. + March 4, 1743.
(35) 2. Carlo Maria Sacripante, general treasurer of the Apostolic Chamber. + November 4, 1758.

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Benedict XIV (1740-1758)

September 9, 1743 (I)
(1) 1. Johann Theodor von Bayern, bishop of Liège. + January 27, 1763. (1)
(2) 2. Joaquín Fernández de Portocarrero, titular patriarch of Antioch. + June 22, 1760.
(3) 3. Camillo Paolucci, titular archbishop of Iconio, nuncio in Austria. + June 11, 1763.
(4) 4. Raffaele Cosimo de' Girolami, titular archbishop of Damietta, secretary of the S.C. of Bishops and Religious. + February 21, 1748.
(5) 5. Carlo Alberto Guidobono Cavalchini, titular archbishop of Filippi, secretary of the S.C. of the Tridentine Council. + March 7, 1774.
(6) 6. Giovanni Battista Barni, titular archbishop of Edessa. + January 24, 1754.
(7) 7. Giacomo Oddi, titular archbishop of Laodicea. + May 2, 1770.
(8) 8. Federico Marcello Lante, titular archbishop of Petra, president of Urbino. + March 3, 1773.
(9) 9. Marcello Crescenzi, titular archbishop of Nazianzo. + August 24, 1768.
(10) 10. Giorgio Doria, titular archbishop of Calcedonia . + January 31, 1759.
(11) 11. Francesco Landi, archbishop of Benevento. + February 11, 1757.
(12) 12. Giuseppe Pozzobonelli, archbishop of Milan. + April 27, 1783.
(13) 13. Francesco Ricci, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + January 8, 1755.
(14) 14. Antonio Maria Ruffo, auditor general of the Apostolic Chamber. + February 22, 1753.
(15) 15. Mario Bolognetti, general treasurer of the Apostolic Chamber. + February 22, 1756.
(16) 16. Girolamo Colonna di Sciarra, apostolic protonotary, prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + January 18, 1763
(17) 17. Prospero Colonna di Sciarra, apostolic protonotary, master of the Papal Chamber. + April 20, 1765.
(18) 18. Carlo Leopoldo Calcagnini, dean of the auditors of the Sacred Roman Rota. + August 27, 1746.
(19) 19. Alessandro Tanara, auditor of the Sacred Roman Rota. + April 29, 1754.
(20) 20. Filippo Maria de Monti, secretary of the S.C. of Propaganda Fide. + January 17, 1754.
(21) 21. Girolamo Bardi, secretary of the S.C. of the Consulta. + March 11, 1761.
(22) 22. Luigi Maria Lucini, O.P., commissary of the Supreme S.C. of the Roman and Universal Inquisition. + January 17, 1745.
(23) 23. Fortunato Tamburini, O.S.B.Cas., abbot of the monastery of S. Paolo fuori le mura, Rome. + August 9, 1761.
(24) 24. Gioacchino Bessozzi, O.Cist., abbot of the monastery of S. Croce in Gerusalemme, Rome. + June 18, 1755.
(25) 25. Domenico Orsini d'Aragona, grand-nephew of Pope Benedict XIII. + January 10, 1789.

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of January 17, 1746.

Note 1. In this consistory the pope created and reserved in pectore two other cardinals. In the consistory of November 26, 1753, the pope announced that those two cardinals had died without having been published and that their place in the Sacred College of Cardinals should be declared vacant.

Note 2. According to several sources, Pope Benedict XIV intended to promote Lazzaro Pallavicini, titular archbishop of Tebe, prefect of the Cubiculi of His Holiness, to the cardinalate, but he declined the promotion.

Note 3. Niccolò del Re, in his book Monsignor governatore di Roma (1972), indicates that Filippo Buondelmonte, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church, died on June 19, 1741, alla vigilia of his promotion to the cardinalate.

April 10, 1747 (II)
(26) 1. Álvaro de Mendoza, patriarch of the West Indies, Spain. + January 23, 1761.
(27) 2. Daniele Delfino, patriarch of Aquileia. + March 13, 1762.
(28) 3. Raniero Felice Simonetti, titular archbishop of Nicosia. + August 20, 1749.
(29) 4. Frédéric-Jérôme de la Rochefoucauld de Roye, archbishop of Bourges, France. + April 29, 1757.
(30) 5. François-Armand-Auguste de Rohan-Soubise-Ventadour, titular bishop of Tolemaida, coadjutor with right of succession of Strasbourg, France. + June 28, 1756.
(31) 6. Ferdinand Julius von Troyer, bishop of Olomütz, Moravia. + February 5, 1758.
(32) 7. Giovanni Battista Mesmer, treasurer general of the Apostolic Chamber. + June 20, 1760.
(33) 8. José Manoel da Câmara, primarius principalis of the cathedral church of Lisbon, Portugal. + July 9, 1758.
(34) 9. Gian Francesco Albani, cleric of the Apostolic Chamber. + September 15, 1803.
(35) 10. Mario Millini, dean of the Sacred Roman Rota. + July 25, 1756.
(36) 11. Carlo Vittorio Amedeo delle Lanze, almoner and pro-chaplain of the court of King Carlo Emanuele III of Sardinia. + January 23, 1784.

July 3, 1747 (III)
(37) 1. Henry Benedict Mary Clement Stuart of York. + July 13, 1807.

November 26, 1753 (IV)
(38) 1. Giuseppe Maria Feroni, titular archbishop of Damasco, secretary of the S.C. of Bishops and Regulars. + November 15, 1767.
(39) 2. Fabrizio Serbelloni, titular archbishop of Petra. + December 7, 1775.
(40) 3. Giovanni Francesco Stoppani, titular archbishop of Corinto, president of Urbino. + November 18, 1774.
(41) 4. Luca Melchiore Tempi, titular archbishop of Nicomedia. + July 17, 1762.
(42) 5. Carlo Francesco Durini, archbishop-bishop of Pavia e Amasea. + June 25, 1769.
(43) 6. Enrico Enriquez, titular archbishop of Nazianzo. + April 25, 1756.
(44) 7. Cosimo Imperiali, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + October 13, 1764.
(45) 8. Vincenzo Malvezzi, master of chamber of His Holiness. + December 3, 1775.
(46) 9. Luigi Mattei, auditor of the Sacred Roman Rota. + January 30, 1758.
(47) 10. Giovanni Giacomo Millo, Sanctissimi datary. + November 16, 1757.
(48) 11. Clemente Argenvilliers, auditor Sanctissimi. + December 23, 1758.
(49) 12. Antonio Andrea Galli, Can. Reg. Lat., abbot general of his congregation. + March 24, 1767.
(50) 13. Flavio Chigi, iuniore, auditor general of the Apostolic Chamber. + July 12, 1771.
(51) 14. Giovanni Francesco Banchieri, general treasurer of the Apostolic Chamber. + October 18, 1763.
(52) 15. Giuseppe Livizzani, secretary of Memoriali. + March 21, 1754.
(53) 16. Luigi Maria Torrigiani, secretary of the S. Consulta. + January 6, 1777.

April 22, 1754 (V)
(54) 1. Antonino Sersale, archbishop of Naples. + June 24, 1775.

December 18, 1754 (VI)
(55) 1. Luis Antonio Fernández de Córdoba, dean of the metropolitan cathedral of Toledo, Spain. + March 26, 1771.

April 5, 1756 (VII)
(56) 1. Nicolas de Saulx-Tavannes, archbishop of Rouen, Francia. + March 10, 1759.
(57) 2. Alberico Archinto, titular archbishop of Nicea. + September 30, 1758. + October 9, 1766.
(58) 3. Giovanni Battista Rovero, archbishop of Turin. + October 9, 1766.
(59) 4. Francisco de Solís Folch de Cardona, archbishop of Sevilla, Spain. + March 21, 1775.
(60) 5. Johannes Joseph von Trautson, archbishop of Vienna, Austria. + March 10, 1757.
(61) 6. Paul d'Albert de Luynes, archbishop of Sens, France. + January 21, 1788.
(62) 7. Étienne-René Potier de Gesvres, bishop of Beauvais, France. + July 24, 1774.
(63) 8. Franz Konrad Kasimir Ignaz von Rodt, bishop of Konstanz. + The night of October 15 to 16, 1775.
(64) 9. Francisco de Saldanha da Gama, principal dean of the church of Lisbon, Portugal. + November 1, 1776.

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Clement XIII (1758-1769)

September 11, 1758 (I)
(1) 1. Carlo Rezzonico, iuniore, secretary of Memoriali, nephew of Pope Clement XIII. + January 26, 1799. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of October 2, 1758.

October 2, 1758 (II)
(2) 1. Antonio Marino Priuli, bishop of Vicenza. + October 26, 1772.
(3) 2. François-Joachim de Pierre de Bernis, canon of the metropolitan cathedral chapter of Lyon, France. + November 3, 1794.

September 24, 1759 (III)
(4) 1. Ferdinando Maria de Rossi, titular patriarch of Constantinople, vicegerent of the vicariate of Rome. + February 4, 1775.
(5) 2. Ignazio Michele Crivelli, titular archbishop of Cesarea. + February 29, 1768.
(6) 3. Ludovico Merlini, archbishop of Atena, president of Urbino. + November 12, 1762.
(7) 4. Filippo Acciaioli, titular archbishop of Petra. + July 24 (or 4), 1766.
(8) 5. Luigi Gualterio, titular archbishop of Mira. + July 24, 1761.
(9) 6. Girolamo Spinola, titular archbishop of Laodicea. + July 22, 1784.
(10) 7. Antonio Maria Erba-Odescalchi, titular archbishop elect of Nicea, prefect of the Pontifical Household. + March 28, 1762.
(11) 8. Sante Veronese, bishop of Padua. + February 1, 1767.
(12) 9. Ludovico Valenti, bishop elect of Rimini, assessor of the S.C. of the Roman and Universal Inquisition. + October 18, 1763.
(13) 10. Giuseppe Maria Castelli, general treasurer and general preceptor commendatary of the Hospital of S. Spirito in Sassia. + April 9, 1780.
(14) 11. Pietro Francesco Bussi, dean of the auditors of causes at the Apostolic Palace. + September 10, 1765.
(15) 12. Gaetano Fantuzzi, auditor of causes at the Apostolic Palace. + October 1, 1778.
(16) 13. Giuseppe Agostino Orsi, O.P., master of the Apostolic Palace. + June 13, 1761.
(17) 14. Pietro Girolamo Guglielmi, secretary of the S.C. of Bishops and Regulars. + November 15, 1773.
(18) 15. Giuseppe Alessandro Furietti, secretary of the S.C. of the Tridentine Council. + January 14, 1764.
(19) 16. Pietro Paolo Conti, secretary of the S.C. of the Good Government. + December 14, 1770.
(20) 17. Niccolò Maria Antonelli, secretary of the S.C. of Propaganda Fide. + September 25, 1767.
(21) 18. Lorenzo Ganganelli, O.F.M.Conv., consultor of the Supreme S.C. of the Roman and Universal Inquisition. (1)
(22) 19. Giovanni Costanzo Caracciolo, auditor general of causes at the Apostolic Palace. + December 22, 1780.
(23) 20. Niccolò Perelli, treasurer general of the Apostolic Chamber. + February 24, 1772.
(24) 21. Marcantonio Colonna, iuniore, prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + December 4, 1793.
(25) 22. Andrea Corsini, protonotary apostolic, nephew of Pope Clement XII. + January 18, 1795.

(1) Elected Pope Clement XIV on May 19, 1769. Died on September 22, 1774.

November 23, 1761 (IV)
(26) 1. Buenaventura de Córdoba Espínola de la Cerda, titular archbishop of Neocesarea and patriarch of the West Indies, Spain. + May 6, 1777.
(27) 2. Christoph Anton von Migazzi, archbishop of Vienna, Austria. + April 14, 1803.
(28) 3. Antoine Clériadus de Choiseul de Beaupré, archbishop of Besançon, France. + January 7, 1774.
(29) 4. Jean-François-Joseph Rochechouart de Faudoas, bishop of Laon, France. + March 20, 1777.
(30) 5. Franz Christoph von Hutten, bishop of Spira. + April 20, 1770.
(31) 6. Enrichetto Virginio Natta, O.P., bishop of Alba. + June 29, 1768.
(32) 7. Giovanni Molino, bishop of Brescia. + March 14, 1773.
(33) 8. Louis-César-Constantin de Rohan-Guéménée-Montbazon, bishop of Strasbourg, France. + March 11, 1779.
(34) 9. Baldassare Cenci, canon of St. Peter's basilica and secretary of the Consulta. + March 2, 1763.
(35) 10. Cornelio Caprara, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + April 5, 1765.

July 18, 1763 (V)
(36) 1. Simone Buonaccorsi, voter of the Signature of Grace and secretary of the S.C. of Bishops and Regulars. + April 27, 1776.
(37) 2. Andrea Negroni, protonotary apostolic and auditor of His Holiness. + January 17, 1789.

July 21, 1766 (VI)
(38) 1. Giovanni Ottavio Bufalini, titular archbishop of Calcedonia, prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + August 3, 1782.
(39) 2. Giovanni Carlo Boschi, titular archbishop of Atena, prefect of the Pontifical Household. + September 6, 1788.

September 26, 1766 (VII)
(40) 1. Ludovico Calini, titular patriarch of Antioch, preceptor of the apostolic archhospital of S. Spirito in Sassia. + December 9, 1782.
(41) 2. Niccolò Serra, titular archbishop of Mitilene, auditor general of causes at the Apostolic Palace. + December 14, 1767.
(42) 3. Niccolò Oddi, archbishop of Ravenna. + May 25, 1767.
(43) 4. Antonio Branciforte Colonna, titular archbishop of Tessalonica, president of Urbino. + July 31, 1786.
(44) 5. Lazzaro Opizio Pallavicini, titular archbishop of Lepanto. + February 23, 1785.
(45) 6. Vitaliano Borromeo, titular archbishop of Tebe. + June 7, 1793.
(46) 7. Pietro Colonna Pamphili, titular archbishop of Colosse. + December 4, 1780.
(47) 8. Giuseppe Simonetti, titular archbishop of Petra, secretary of the S.C. of Bishops and Regulars. + January 4, 1767.
(48) 9. Urbano Paracciani, archbishop of Fermo. + January 2, 1777.
(49) 10. Filippo Maria Pirelli, titular archbishop of Damasco, secretary of the S.C. of the Tridentine Council. + January 10, 1771.
(50) 11. Enea Silvio Piccolomini, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + November 18, 1768.
(51) 12. Saverio Canali, general treasurer of the Apostolic Chamber. + March 20, 1773.
(52) 13. Benedetto Veterani, assessor of the S.C. of the Roman and Universal Inquisition. + August 12, 1776.

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Clement XIV (1769-1774)

December 18, 1769 (I)
Paulo de Carvalho de Mendoça, president of the council of the Inquisition and grand prior of Guimarães, Portugal. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore; published in the consistory of January 29, 1770; the news of his death on January 17, 1770, had not reached Rome.

January 29, 1770 (II)
(1) 1. Mario Marefoschi, secretary of the S.C. of Propaganda Fide. + December 23, 1780. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of September 10, 1770.

August 6, 1770 (III)
(2) 1. João Cosme da Cunha, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine, archbishop of Evora, Portugal. + January 31, 1783.

September 10, 1770 (IV)
(3) 1. Scipione Borghese, titular archbishop of Teodosia, prefect of the Pontifical Household. + December 25, 1782.
(4) 2. Giovanni Battista Rezzonico, prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + July 21, 1783.

December 12, 1770 (V)
(5) 1. Antonio Casali, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + January 14, 1787. (1)
(6) 2. Pasquale Acquaviva d'Aragona, president of Urbino. + February 29, 1788. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of March 15, 1773.

June 17, 1771 (VI)
(7) 1. Antonio Eugenio Visconti, titular archbishop of Efeso, nuncio in Austria. + March 4, 1788. (1)
(8) 2. Bernardino Giraud, archbishop of Ferrara, nuncio in France. + May 5, 1782. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of April 19, 1773.

September 23, 1771 (VII)
(9) 1. Innocenzo Conti, titular archbishop of Tiro, nuncio in Portugal. + November 15, 1785. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of April 19, 1773.

December 16, 1771 (VIII)
(10) 1. Charles-Antoine de La Roche-Aymon, archbishop of Reims, France. + October 27, 1777.

December 14, 1772 (IX)
(11) 1. Leopold Ernest von Firmian, prince-bishop of Passau. + March 13, 1783.

March 15, 1773 (X)
(12) 1. Gennaro Antonio de Simone, apostolic protonotary, auditor of His Holiness. + December 16, 1780.

April 19, 1773 (XI)
(13) 1. Francesco Carafa della Spina, titular archbishop of Patras, secretary of the S.C. of Bishops and Regulars. + September 20, 1818.
(14) 2. Francesco Saverio de Zelada, titular archbishop of Petra in Palestina, secretary of the S.C. of the Tridentine Council. + December 19, 1801.

April 26, 1773 (XII)
(15) 1. Giovanni Angelo Braschi, general treasurer of the Apostolic Chamber. (1)
(16) 2. Francesco D'Elci, auditor general of the Apostolic Chamber. + April 4, 1787.

(1) Elected Pope Pius VI on February 15, 1775. Died on August 29, 1799.

Note. In this consistory the pope created and reserved in pectore eleven cardinals whose names were never published.

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Pius VI (1775-1799)

April 24, 1775 (I)
(1) 1. Leonardo Antonelli, assessor of the S.C. of the Inquisition. + January 23, 1811.
(2) 2. Bernardino de' Vecchi, dean of the clerics of the Apostolic Chamber and prefect of the Annona. + December 24, 1775.

May 29, 1775 (II)
(3) 1. Giovanni Carlo Bandi, bishop of Imola, uncle of His Holiness. + March 23, 1784. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of September 11, 1775.

July 17, 1775 (III)
(4) 1. Francesco Maria Banditi, Theat., archbishop of Benevento. + January 27, 1796. (1)
(5) 2. Ignazio Boncompagni-Ludovisi, pro-legate in Bologna, referendary of the Supreme Tribunals of the Signature of Justice and of Grace. + August 9, 1790. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of November 13, 1775.

November 13, 1775 (IV)
(6) 1. Juan Tomás de Boxadors, O.P., master general of his order. + December 16, 1780.

April 15, 1776 (V)
(7) 1. Luigi Valenti Gonzaga, titular archbishop of Cesarea, nuncio in Spain. + December 29, 1808. (1)
(8) 2. Giovanni Archinto, titular archbishop of Filippo, prefect of the S. Apostolic Palace. + February 9, 1799. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of May 20, 1776.

May 20, 1776 (VI)
(9) 1. Guido Calcagnini, bishop of Osimo and Cingoli, prefect of the Pontifical Household. + August 27, 1807.
(10) 2. Angelo Maria Durini, titular archbishop of Ancira, president of Avignon. + April 28, 1796.

June 23, 1777 (VII)
(11) 1. Bernardino Honorati, titular archbishop of Side, secretary of the S.C. of Bishops and Regulars. + August 12, 1807.
(12) 2. Marcantonio Marcolini, titular archbishop of Tessalonica, president of Urbino. + June 18, 1782.
(13) 3. Guglielmo Pallotta, treasurer general of the Apostolic Chamber. + September 21, 1795.
(14) 4. Gregorio Salviati, auditor general of the Apostolic Chamber. + August 5, 1794.
(15) 5. Andrea Gioannetti, O.S.B.Cam., archbishop of Bologna. + April 8, 1800. (1)
(16) 6. Hyacinthe Sigismond Gerdil, C.R.S.P., titular bishop of Dibona, consultor of the Supreme S.C. of the Roman and Universal Inquisition. + August 12, 1802. (1)
(17) 7. Giovanni Ottavio Manciforte Sperelli, titular archbishop of Thedosiae, prefect of the S. Apostolic Palace. + June 5, 1781. (2)
(18) 8. Vincenzo Maria Altieri, prefect of the Pontifical Household. + February 10, 1800. (3)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of December 15, 1777.
(2) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of December 11, 1780.
(3) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of December 11, 1780. Resigned cardinalate on March 12, 1798; resignation was accepted by the pope on September 7, 1798. On February 8, 1800, during the vacancy of the Apostolic See, the cardinal sent the retraction of his abdication to the dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals.

Note. In this consistory, the pope created and reserved in pectore two more cardinals and never published their names.

June 1, 1778 (VIII)
(19) 1. Francisco Javier Delgado y Venegas, patriarch of the West Indies, archbishop of Sevilla, Spain. + December 10, 1781.
(20) 2. Dominique de La Rochefoucauld, archbishop of Rouen, France. + September 23, 1800.
(21) 3. Johann Heinrich von Frankenberg, archbishop of Mechlin. + June 11, 1804.
(22) 4. József Batthyány, archbishop of Gran (Esztergom), Austria-Hungary. + October 22, 1799.
(23) 5. Tommaso Maria Ghilini, titular archbishop of Rodas, secretary of the S.C. of the Consulta. + April 3, 1787.
(24) 6. Carlo Giuseppe Filippa della Martiniana, bishop of Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, Savoy. + December 7, 1802.
(25) 7. Louis-René-Édouard de Rohan-Guéménée, titular bishop of Canopus, coadjutor, with right of succession, of Strasbourg, France. + February 16, 1803. (1)
(26) 8. Fernando de Sousa e Silva, primarius principalis and vicar capitular of Lisbon, Portugal. + April 11, 1786.
(27) 9. Giovanni Cornaro, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + March 29, 1789.
(28) 10. Romoaldo Guidi, preceptor general ordinary of the hospital S. Spirito in Sassia. + April 23, 1780.

(1) In the consistory of February 13, 1786, his cardinalitial rank was suspended. He was reintegrated in the consistory of December 18, 1786.

Note. Charles de Broglie, bishop of Noyon, France, was going to be created cardinal in this consistory at the request of the Polish crown, but he died shortly before his promotion.

July 12, 1779 (IX)
(29) 1. František de Paula Hrzán z Harasova, auditor of the Sacred Roman Rota. + June 1, 1804.
(30) 2. Alessandro Mattei, archbishop of Ferrara. + April 20, 1820. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of May 22, 1782.

December 11, 1780 (X)
(31) 1. Paolo Francesco Antamori, assessor of the Supreme S.C. of the Roman and Universal Inquisition, bishop elect of Orvieto. + December 4, 1795.

December 16, 1782 (XI)
(32) 1. Giuseppe Maria Capece Zurlo, Theat., bishop of Calvi. + December 31, 1801.
(33) 2. Raniero Finocchietti, auditor general of the Apostolic Chamber. + October 11, 1793. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of December 17, 1787.

September 20, 1784 (XII)
(34) 1. Giovanni Andrea Archetti, titular archbishop of Calcedonia. + November 5, 1805.

Note. In this consistory the pope created and reserved in pectore one cardinal whose name was never published.

February 14, 1785 (XIII)
(35) 1. Giuseppe Garampi, archbishop-bishop of Montefiascone and Corneto, nuncio in Austria. + May 4, 1792.
(36) 2. Giuseppe Maria Doria Pamphilj, titular archbishop of Seleucia, nuncio in France. + February 10, 1816.
(37) 3. Vincenzo Ranuzzi, archbishop-bishop of Ancona, nuncio in Portugal. + October 27, 1800.
(38) 4. Carlo Bellisomi, titular archbishop of Tiana. + August 9, 1808. (1)
(39) 5. Nicola Colonna di Stigliano, titular archbishop of Sebaste, nuncio in Spain. + March 30, 1796.
(40) 6. Gregorio Barnaba Chiaramonti, O.S.B.Cas., bishop of Imola. (2)
(41) 7. Muzio Gallo, secretary of the S. Consulta, bishop elect of Viterbo. + December 13, 1801.
(42) 8. Giovanni De Gregorio, auditor general of causes at the Apostolic Chamber. + July 11, 1791.
(43) 9. Giovanni Maria Riminaldi, dean of the auditors of the Sacred Roman Rota. + October 12, 1789.
(44) 10. Paolo Massei, dean of the clerics of the Apostolic Chamber. + June 9, 1785.
(45) 11. Francesco Carrara, secretary of the S.C. of the Tridentine Council. + March 26, 1793.
(46) 12. Ferdinando Spinelli, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + December 18, 1795.
(47) 13. Antonio Maria Doria Pamphilj, protonotary apostolic, prefect of the Pontifical Household. + January 31, 1821.
(48) 14. Carlo Livizzani, president of Urbino. + July 1, 1802.

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of February 21, 1794.
(2) Elected Pope Pius VII on March 14, 1800. Died on August 20, 1823.

December 18, 1786 (XIV)
(49) 1. Romualdo Braschi-Onesti, prefect of the Apostolic Palace, apostolic protonotary, nephew of Pope Pius VI. + April 30, 1817.

January 29, 1787 (XV)
(50) 1. Filippo Carandini, secretary of the S.C. of the Tridentine Council. + August 28, 1810.

April 7, 1788 (XVI)
(51) 1. José Francisco Miguel António de Mendoça, patriarch of Lisbon, Portugal. + February 11, 1808.

December 15, 1788 (XVII)
(52) 1. Étienne-Charles de Loménie de Brienne, archbishop of Sens, France. + February 19, 1794. (1)

(1) Resigned cardinalate on March 26, 1791; resignation was accepted by the pope on September 26, 1791.

March 30, 1789 (XVIII)
(53) 1. Antonino de Sentmenat y Cartellá, patriarch of the West Indies, Spain. + April 14, 1806.
(54) 2. Francisco Antonio de Lorenzana y Butrón, archbishop of Toledo, Spain. + April 17, 1804.
(55) 3. Ignazio Busca, titular archbishop Emesa, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + August 12, 1803.
(56) 4. Vittorio Gaetano Costa d'Arignano, archbishop of Turin. + May 16, 1796.
(57) 5. Louis-Joseph de Montmorency-Laval, bishop of Metz, France. + June 17, 1808.
(58) 6. Joseph Franz Anton von Auersperg, prince-bishop of Passau. + August 21, 1795.
(59) 7. Stefano Borgia, protonotary apostolic, secretary of the S.C. of Propaganda Fide. + November 23, 1804.
(60) 8. Tommaso Antici. + January 4, 1812. (1)
(61) 9. Filippo Campanelli, protonotary apostolic, auditor of His Holiness. + February 18, 1795.

(1) Resigned cardinalate on March 7, 1798 due to chronic illness; the resignation was accepted by Pope Pius VI on September 7, 1798.

August 3, 1789 (XIX)
(62) 1. Ludovico Flangini, auditor of the Sacred Roman Rota. + February 29, 1804.

September 26, 1791 (XX)
(63) 1. Fabrizio Ruffo, treasurer general of the Apostolic Chamber. + December 13, 1827. (1)

(1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of February 21, 1794.

June 18, 1792 (XXI)
(64) 1. Giovanni Battista Caprara, titular archbishop of Iconio, nuncio in Hungary and Bohemia. + June 21, 1810.

February 21, 1794 (XXII)
(65) 1. Antonio Dugnani, titular archbishop of Rodi. + October 19, 1818.
(66) 2. Ippolito Antonio Vincenti Mareri, titular archbishop of Corinto. + March 21, 1811.
(67) 3. Jean-Siffrein Maury, archbishop-bishop of Montefiascone and Corneto. + May 10, 1817.
(68) 4. Giovanni Battista Bussi de Pretis, dean of the Apostolic Chamber, bishop elect of Jesi. + June 27, 1800.
(69) 5. Francesco Maria Pignatelli, iuniore, protonotary apostolic and prefect of the Pontifical Household. + August 14, 1815.
(70) 6. Aurelio Roverella, protonotary apostolic. + September 6, 1812.
(71) 7. Giovanni Rinuccini, governor of Rome and vice-camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church. + December 28, 1801.
(72) 8. Filippo Lancellotti, protonotary apostolic and prefect of the Apostolic Palace. + July 13, 1794.

June 1, 1795 (XXIII)
(73) 1. Giulio Maria della Somaglia, titular patriarch of Antioch, secretary of the S.C. of Bishops and Regulars. + April 2, 1830.

Note 1. According to Boutry, Soverain et Pontife, Pope Pius VI considered promoting Enrico Sanclemente, O.S.B.Cam., secretary of the S.C. for the Examination of Bishops, to the cardinalate but the elevation never took place.

Note 2. According to Krzysztof Rafał Prokop, Polscy kardynałowie (Kraków : Wydawnictwo WAM, 2001), p. 457, in 1796 Pope Pius VI acquiesced to the insistent request of Empress Catherine II the Great of Russia to promote to the cardinalate Archbishop Stanisław Jan Siestrzeńcewicz-Bohusz of Mohilev, Russia, but shortly after, the pontiff withdrew his consent.

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SUMMARY
Clement XI (1700-1721) - created 70 cardinals
Innocent XIII (1721-1724) - created 3 cardinals
Benedict XIII (1724-1730) - created 29 cardinals
Clement XII (1730-1740) - created 35 cardinals
Benedict XIV (1740-1758) - created 64 cardinals
Clement XIII (1758-1769) - created 52 cardinals
Clement XIV (1769-1774) - created 16 cardinals
Pius VI (1775-1799) - created 73 cardinals
Total - 342 cardinals

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