At the end of the same year he was named ambassador to Syria.
He was named ambassador to the Holy See, but died before taking office.
But he was quickly named ambassador to Japan, and he held that post for 10 years, also longer than anyone else.
In 1947, he was named French ambassador to Italy and held the position until 1957.
In 1677, he was named ambassador at the Ottoman Court.
A year later, he was named ambassador to the Dominican Republic.
A year later he himself was named ambassador.
Following that position, he was again named Ambassador to West Germany from 1963 to 1968.
Three years later he was named Ambassador to Colombia.
He was named Ambassador to Spain on 18 June 1763.