1780: attended Pilatre de Rozier's chemistry course at Reims which led to a wide-ranging dispute in the local press including over calcination. Pilatre defended Sage's views and Boudet defended Lavoisier's and also explored the consequences of abandoning phlogiston.
1784: gave a public chemistry course in Reims.
1785: sold his pharmacy in Reims and bought Pia and Deyeux' s in Paris
3/11/93: Pharmacien aide major, Val de Grace.
5/4-27/9/94: one of 11 inspecteurs de salpetres
an 6: On Berthollet's recommendation appointed by Napoleon as his pharmacist on the Egypt expedition and as a member of the Commission des Arts. His nephew, JP Boudet, took over the Paris pharmacy.
2/9/00-8/6/10 (retired): pharmacien en chef of various armies.