1796, Oct 81852, Mar 30
a French attorney, journalist, and government official, as well as an occasional playwright and librettist. In Paris he became a member of the "Aide-toi, le ciel t'aidera" (a society founded in August 1827, which supported constitutional monarchy), and a writer for Le Globe, a political journal which had been a mouthpiece for the Independents during the period of the Restoration. At Le Globe he became friends with Adolphe Dittmer (1795–1846), and he and Dittmer, using the single pseudonym Jacques François de Fongeray, published an anthology of "dramatic and historical sketches" with the title Les Soirées de Neuilly (1827).
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