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    Before the French Revolution, the municipality of Paris was headed by the provost of the merchants (French: prévôt des marchands). On 14 July 1789, at the end of the afternoon, following the storming of the Bastille, the provost of the merchants of Paris, Jacques de Flesselles, was shot by the crowd on the steps of Paris city hall. The next day, the first mayor of Paris (French: maire de Paris) was elected.

    List of provosts of the merchants
    • Évreux de Valenciennes: 1263
    • Jean Augier: 1268
    • Guillaume Pisdoé: 1276
    • Guillaume Bourdon: 1280
    • Jean Popin: 1289
    • Jean Arrode: 1291
    • Jean Popin: 1293
    • Jean Popin: 1296, died on 18 July
    • Guillaume Bourdon: 1296
    • Étienne Barbette: 1298–1304
    • Guillaume Pisdoé: 1304
    • Guillaume Pisdoé: 1305
    • Étienne Barbette: 1312
    • Jean Gentien: 1321
    • Jean Pisdoé: 1342
    • Hugues Le Coq: 1345–1354
    • Étienne Marcel: 1354–31 July 1358
    • Gencian Tristan: 1358
    • Jean Desmarets: 1359
    • Jean Fleury: 1371
    • Guillaume Bourdon: 1381
    • Andouin Chauveron: 27 January 1383
    • Jean de Folleville: 1389
    • Jean Juvénal des Ursins: 27 January 1389–1392
    • Charles Culdoé: 1404
    • Pierre Gentien: 20 January 1411
    • Audry d''Espernon: 16 March 1412
    • Pierre Gentien: 9 September 1413
    • Philippe de Brébant: 10 October 1415
    • Étienne de Bonpuis: 7 September 1417
    • Guillaume Ciriasse: 12 September 1417
    • Noël Marchant: 6 June 1418–1419
    • Hugues Le Coq: 1420
    • Garnier de Saintyon: 1422
    • Guillaume Sanguin: 1429–1430
    • Hugues Rapioult: 1431–1433
    • Hugues Le Coq: July 1434
    • Michel de Lallier: 13 February 1436–1437
    • Pierre des Landes: 23 July 1438–1443
    • Jean Baillet: 1444–1449
    • Jean Bureau: 17 August 1450
    • Dreux Budé: 19 August 1452–1455
    • Mathieu de Nanterre: 16 August 1456–1459
    • Henri de Livres: 16 August 1460–1465
    • Michel de La Grange: 1466–1467
    • Nicolas de Louviers: 1468–1469
    • Denis Hesselin: 1470–1472
    • Guillaume Le Comte: 1474–1475
    • Henri de Livres: 1476–1483
    • Guillaume de La Haye: 1484–1485
    • Jean du Drac: 1486–1489
    • Pierre Poignant: 1490–1491
    • Jacques Piédefer: 1492–1493
    • Nicolas Viole: 1494–1495
    • Jean de Montmirel: 1496–1497
    • Jacques Piédefer: 1498–1499
    • Nicolas Potier: October 1499–1501
    • Germain de Marle: 1502–1503
    • Eustache Luillier: 1504–1505
    • Dreux Raguier: 1506–1507
    • Pierre Le Gendre: 16 August 1508–1509
    • Robert Turquain (AKA Robert Turquant): 16 August 1510–1511
    • Roger Barme: 1512–1513
    • Jean Brulart: 16 August 1514–1515
    • Pierre Cleutin: 16 August 1516–1517
    • Pierre Lescot (father of the famous architect Pierre Lescot): 16 August 1518–1519
    • Antoine Le Viste: 16 August 1520–1521
    • Guillaume Budé: 16 August 1522–1523
    • Jean Morin: 16 August 1524–1525
    • Germain de Marle: 16 August 1526–1527
    • Gaillard Spifame: 16 August 1528–1529
    • Jean Luillier: 16 August 1530–1531
    • Pierre Viole: 16 August 1532–1533
    • Jean Tronson: 16 August 1534–1537
    • Augustin de Thou: 1538–1539
    • Étienne de Montmirel: 1540–1541
    • André Guillard: 1542–1543
    • Jean Morin: 1544–1545
    • Louis Gayant: 1546–1547
    • Claude Guyot: 1548–1551
    • Christophe de Thou: 1552–1553
    • Nicolas de Livres: 1554–1555
    • Nicolas Perrot: 1556–1557
    • Martin de Bragelongue: 1558–1559
    • Guillaume de Marle: 1560–1563
    • Guillaume Guyot: 1564–1565
    • Nicolas Le Gendre: 1566–1569
    • Claude Marcel: 1570–1571
    • Jean Le Charron: 1572–1575
    • Nicolas Luillier: 1576–1577
    • Claude Daubray: 1578–1579
    • Augustin de Thou: 1580–1581
    • Étienne de Nully: 1582–1586
    • Nicolas-Hector de Perreuse: 1586–14 May 1588
    • Michel Marteau: 20 May 1588–1590
    • Charles Boucher: 18 October 1590–1591
    • Jean Luillier: 9 November 1592–1594
    • Martin Langlois: 1594–17 August 1598
    • Jacques Danès: 1598–1599
    • Antoine Guyot: 1600–1602
    • Martin de Bragelongue: 1602–1604
    • François Miron: 1604–1606
    • Jacques Sanguin: 1606–1612
    • Gaston de Grieu: 1612–1614
    • Robert Miron: 1614–1616
    • Antoine Bouchet: 1616–1618
    • Henri de Mesmes: 1618–1622
    • Nicolas de Bailleul: 1622–1628
    • Christophe Sanguin: 1628–1632
    • Michel Moreau: 1632 – October 1637
    • Oudart Le Féron: 26 October 1637 – February 1641
    • Christophe Perrot: 25 February 1641–22 April 1641
    • Macé Le Boulanger: 22 April 1641–1644
    • Jean Scarron (relative of French writer Paul Scarron): 1644–1646
    • Jérôme Le Féron: 26 February 1646–1650
    • Antoine Le Febvre (father of New France''s governor Joseph-Antoine Le Febvre de La Barre): 1650–5 July 1652
    • Pierre Broussel: 6 July 1652–24 September 1652
    • Antoine Le Febvre: 14 October 1652–17 August 1654
    • Alexandre de Sève: 17 August 1654–1662
    • Daniel Voisin: 1662–1668
    • Claude Le Peletier: 1668–1676
    • Auguste-Robert de Pommereu: 1676–1684
    • Henri de Fourcy: 1684–1692
    • Claude Bosc: 1692–1700
    • Charles Boucher d''Orsay: 1700–1708
    • Jérôme Bignon: 1708–1716
    • Charles Trudaine: 1716–4 July 1720
    • Pierre-Antoine de Castagnère: 4 July 1720–25 August 1725
    • Nicolas Lambert: 27 August 1725–10 July 1729
    • Michel-Étienne Turgot (father of French statesman Turgot): 14 July 1729–1740
    • Félix Aubery: 1740–20 July 1743
    • Louis-Basile de Bernage: 26 July 1743–1758
    • Jean-Baptiste-Élie Camus de Pontcarré de Viarmes: 1758–1764
    • Armand-Jérôme Bignon: 1764–8 March 1772
    • Jean-Baptiste de la Michodière: 17 March 1772–1778
    • Antoine-Louis Le Febvre de Caumartin: 1778–1784
    • Louis Le Peletier: 1784–28 April 1789
    • Jacques de Flesselles: 28 April 1789–14 July 1789
    Mayors
    • Jean Sylvain Bailly: 15 July 1789–18 November 1791
    • Jérôme Pétion de Villeneuve: 18 November 1791–15 October 1792
    • Philibert Borie: 7 July 1792–13 July 1792 (temporary mayor)
    • René Boucher: 15 October 1792–2 December 1792 (temporary mayor)
    • Henri Lefèvre d''Ormesson: 21 November 1792 declines
    • Nicolas Chambon: 1 December 1792–4 February 1793
    • Jean-Nicolas Pache: 14 February 1793–10 May 1794
    • Jean-Baptiste Fleuriot-Lescot: 10 May–17 July 1794
    Office of Mayor abolished. There was no mayor of Paris until 1848.

    1848—overthrow of Louis-Philippe

    • Louis-Antoine Garnier-Pagès: 24 February–5 March 1848
    • Armand Marrast: 9 March–19 July 1848
    Office of Mayor abolished. There was no mayor of Paris until 1870.

    1870—overthrow of Napoleon III

    • Étienne Arago: 4 September–15 November 1870
    • Jules Ferry: 15 November 1870–5 June 1871
    Office of Mayor abolished. There was no mayor of Paris until 1977.

    The election of the Paris'' Mayor was started in 1977, with Jacques Chirac, a long-time Mayor for 18 years in office.

      Image Mayor Term start Term end Party
    1 Jacques Chirac 01977-03-20-0000March 20, 1977 01995-05-16-0000May 16, 1995 Rally for the Republic
    2 Jean Tiberi 01995-05-22-0000May 22, 1995 02001-03-24-0000March 24, 2001 Rally for the Republic
    3 Bertrand Delanoë 02001-03-25-0000March 25, 2001 02014-04-05-0000April 5, 2014 Socialist Party
    4 Anne Hidalgo 02014-04-05-0000April 5, 2014 In office Socialist Party

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