1734, Apr 41799, May 13
a French abbot and librarian. He entered in 1749 the Congregation of Canons Regular of St. Genevieve, and after a year of trial, took her vows. He was immediately sent by his superiors to the Abbey Chatrices in Champagne. He collaborated in Journal of Trévoux of which he was director from October 1764 to June 1766, to the literary year in the Journal of Bouillon, the Journal des Savants and encyclopedic Store. He was one of the principal writers (with François-Louis Claude Marin , Father Jean Augustine Capperonnier and Father PJ Boudot ) of the Library of French theater (1768, 3 vols. 12mo) published under the direction of Louis César de La Baume Le Blanc, Duc de La Valliere.
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