Allard, Léonide (female) French

    Novelist and poet; mother of Julia Allard (born 1844) who became the wife of Alphonse Daudet.

    Barrère, Camille Eugene Pierre (male) 1851 - 1940 French

    Diplomat, critic; French general consul at Cairo; ambassador to Bern and to Rome.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Besson, Leon (male) French

    Translator and officer in the French navy.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Capefigue, Jean Baptiste (male) 1801 - 1872 French Historian and biographer.

    Chasles, Victor Euphemion Philarete (male) 10/08/1798 - 1873 French

    Man of letters; proof reader; contributor to the Athenaeum; professor in College de France, Paris; translated many books from English into French. See Boase I: 597-8.

    Chatelain, Jean Baptiste Francois Ernest (male) 01/19/1801 - 08/15/1881 French

    Published papers in England and France; author of Rambles through Rome (1852) and many other works; translated many poems. See Boase I: 598, ODNB.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Coquerel, Charles (male) 12/02/1822 - 04/12/1867 French

    Navy surgeon and entomologist.

    D'Arlincourt, Le Vicomte (male) 09/26/1788 - 01/22/1856 French

    Novelist, dramatist, and poet; called "the prince of the romantics"; his most famous novel, Le Solitaire, appeared in 1821.

    de Girardin, Madame Emile (female) 01/24/1804 - 06/29/1855 French

    Writer; née Delphine Gay, married Emile de Giradin in 1831; pen name Vicomte Delaunay, wrote poetry, romances, and dramatic pieces.

    de Lamartine, Alphonse (male) 10/21/1790 - 02/28/1869 French

    Writer, poet, and politician; wrote Les Méditations Poétiques (1820); Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1848.

    de Mortemart, Baron (male) 03/20/1787 - 01/01/1875 French

    Soldier, diplomat, and political figure.

    de Niroy, Jules (male) French

    de Peyronnet, Madame (female) French

    de Verdun, Antoine Vinaty (male) French

    Degeorge, Frederic (male) 09/12/1797 - 07/22/1854 French

    Politician; soldier and law student in Paris.

    Desainteville, Alexandre Dumenil (male) 1797 French

    Still alive in 1848; living in London.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    du Maurier, George (male) 03/06/1834 - 10/08/1896 French

    Cartoonist and author; best known for his drawings for Punch; illustrated other periodicals including Cornhill Magazine, Good Words, and The Illustrated Times; wrote three novels including Trilby (1894). See Boase V: 164-5, ODNB.

    Dumas, Alexandre (fils) (male) 07/27/1824 - 11/27/1895 French

    Dramatist.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Guizot, François (male) 10/04/1787 - 10/12/1874 French

    Orator, historian, and statesman; was ambassador to England (1840), Foreign Minister, and Prime Minister (1847-48).
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

    Masson, George Joseph Gustave (male) 03/09/1819 - 08/21/1888 French

    French Mastor at Harrow School; author and translator; born in England to French father and English mother; wrote Introduction to French Literature (1860) and other works. See Boase II: 788.
    (Also in the Wellesley Index.)

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