a French translator. There is not much information available about the details of her life. While still young, she became a widow of a lawyer at the Parlement of Paris, leaving her his entire fortune as an annuity of 50 pounds; she then learned English to perform translations. She attended to the rich library of the president of parliament, Jean-Baptiste-François Rey Meynières, and she married her second husband in 1765 . Widowed a second time, she died in the old town of Chaillot near Paris, at the age of 86.
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