1682, Apr 11768, Oct 8
a French abbot, writer, grammarian and translator. Very little is know for certain about his life, other than he was elected the fourth occupant of Académie française seat 31. He initially entered the Jesuit order, which he left in 1705 to devote himself to the grammar of the French language, translation of the works of Cicero and Demosthenes, as well as the edition of works of his contemporaries. He was also an honorary advisor of the Chamber of Dole accounts.
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