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Boissy, Louis de, 1694-1758


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    • us: De Boissy, Louis, 1694-1758
    • us: Boissi, Sr de (Louis), 1694-1758
    • us: Boissy, 1694-1758
    • us: Boissy, de, 1694-1758
    • us: Boissy, Heer de, 1694-1758
    • us: Boissy, Signor de (Louis), 1694-1758
    • us: Boussy, Heer de, 1694-1758
    • us: Buassi, L., 1694-1758
    • us: Simien, 1694-1758
    • us: Simien, M., 1694-1758
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) [..1694-11-26]
    • Death Date

        17580419
    • Has Affiliation

    • Birth Place

        Vic-sur-Cère, France
    • Death Place

        Paris, France
    • Associated Locale

        Saint-Flour, France
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

    • Field of Activity

    • Occupation

        Dramatists, French--18th century
          Journalists
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      • Earlier Established Forms

        • Boissy, M. de (Louis), 1694-1758
      • Sources

        • found: His Oeuvres de théâtre de M. de Boissy, 1766:t.p. (M. de Boissy)
        • found: His Chefs d'oeuvre, 1789:t.p. (Boissy)
        • found: His Gli esteriori ingannevoli, 1804:t.p. (Signor de Boissy)
        • found: His Les filles femmes et les femmes filles, 1759:t.p. (M. Simien)
        • found: His L'impatient, 1729:t.p. (M. de Boissi)
        • found: His Programme d'Eugénie, 1753:t.p. (Sr. de Boissi)
        • found: His Het leven is een droom, 18--?:t.p. (Hr de Boissy)
        • found: His Le babillard, 1789:t.p. (de Boissy)
        • found: His De Hagenaar te Enkhuizen, 1758:t.p. (Heer de Boussy)
        • found: La vie est un songe, 1732:title page (de Monsieur de Boissy)
        • found: Dict. de biographie française(Boissy (Louis de), dramatic author, born Vic-sur-Cère, Nov. 26, 1694, died Apr. 19, 1758; wrote approximately 40 plays)
        • found: Cioranescu, A. 18. s.(Boissy (Louis de), Vic-sur-Cère, Nov. 26, 1694-Paris, Apr. 19, 1758)
        • found: VIAF, Aug. 8, 2014(VIAF ID: 51711644 (Personal); authorized access points: Boissy, Louis de, 1694-1758: BnF, SUDOC, Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Vatican Library, national libraries of Czech Republic, Netherlands, Poland; Boissy, M. de (Louis), 1694-1758: LC/NACO, national libraries of Israel and Australia)
        • found: BnF authorities, Aug. 8, 2013(Boissy, Louis de (1694-1758); born 1694-11-26, Vic-sur-Cère, died 1758-04-19, Paris; poet and dramatic author, director of the Gazette de France, then of the Mercure; member of the Académie française (elected in 1754))
        • found: Dict. des journalistes, 1600-1789, electronic ed. (WWW), accessed Aug. 8, 2013(Louis de BOISSY (1694-1758); baptized in Vic-sur-Cère, Nov. 26, 1694; died in Paris, Apr. 19, 1758; studied at college of Saint-Flour and intended to enter priesthood; abandoned that to study law in Paris (1717), where he devoted himself instead to literature; wrote two novels but specialized in drama; editor of the Gazette de France from December 1750 to July 1751 and again for a time in 1754, when he was elected to the Académie française; with the support of the marquise de Pompadour, he was granted the privilege for the Mercure de France and was its editor from January 1755 to April 1758) - http://dictionnaire-journalistes.gazettes18e.fr/journaliste/086-louis-de-boissy
      • Change Notes

        • 1980-08-06: new
        • 2013-08-25: revised
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