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us: Bussy, Roger de Rabutin, comte de, 1618-1693



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    • us: Babutin, Monsieur Bussi- (Roger), 1618-1693
    • us: Bussi-Babutin, Monsieur (Roger), 1618-1693
    • us: Bussi Rabutin, comte de, 1618-1693
    • us: Bussy-Rabutin, comte de, 1618-1693
    • us: Bussy-Rabutin, Roger, comte de, 1618-1693
    • us: De Rabutin, Roger, comte de Bussy, 1618-1693
    • us: Rabutin, Roger de, comte de Bussy, 1618-1693
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    • found: His Histoire amoreuse des Gaules, 1754: t.p. (le comte de Bussi Rabutin)
    • found: Dict. de biog. franç. (Bussy-Rabutin, Roger de Rabutin, dit le comte de; b. 4/13/1618, d. 4/9/1693)
    • found: Cioranescu (Bussy Rabutin; Roger de Rabutin, comte de Bussy, dit; membre de l'Académie; b. 4/3/1618, d. 4/9/1693)
    • found: Dict. des lettres franç. (Bussy, Roger de Rabutin, comte de; b. 4/13/1618, d. 4/9/1693)
    • found: La Lyre gaillarde, ou, Nouveau recueil d'amusemens, 1776: p. 3 (Monsieur Bussi-Babutin)
    • found: Wikipedia, Nov. 30, 2014 (article title: Roger de Rabutin, Comte de Bussy; Roger de Rabutin, Comte de Bussy (13 April 1618-9 April 1693), commonly known as Bussy-Rabutin; French memoirist; born at Epiry, near Autun; studied at the Jesuit school in Autun, and then at the College de Clermont; served in army; author of Histoire amoureuse des Gaules, written in 1660; sent to the Bastille on 17 April 1665, where he remained for more than a year, and was only liberated on condition of retiring to his estates, where he lived in exile for seventeen years; elected to the Académie française in 1665, and held his chair there until his death in 1693)
    • found: BnF authorities, Nov. 30, 2014 (Bussy-Rabutin, Roger de (1618-1693); born 1618-04-03, Épiry (Nièvre); died 1693-04-09, Autun (Saône-et-Loire); "militaire, romancier")
    • found: Académie française Web site, Nov. 30, 2014 (Roger de BUSSY-RABUTIN, elected in 1665 to chair 20; after serving a year in the Bastille and spending 16 years in exile in his estates in Burgundy, he returned to Paris) {http://www.academie-francaise.fr/les-immortels/roger-de-bussy-rabutin}
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