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us: Fenouillot de Falbaire, Charles-Georges, 1727-1800



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    • us: Fenouillot de Falbaire de Quingey, Charles-Georges, 1727-1800
    • us: Fenouillot de Falbaire, M. (Charles-Georges), 1727-1800 or 1801
    • us: De Falbaire, Charles-Georges Fenouillot, 1727-1800
    • us: Falbaire, Charles-Georges Fenouillot de, 1727-1800
    • us: Falbaire, 1727-1800
    • us: Falbaire de Quingey, Charles Georges Fenouillot de, 1727-1800?
    • us: Falbaire de Quingey, M. de, 1727-1800
    • us: Falbaire di Quingey, Signor di, 1727-1800
    • us: Falbaire, Fenouillot de, M. (Charles-Georges), 1727-1800
    • us: Falbaire, Herr von (Charles-Georges), 1727-1800
    • us: Falbaire, M. de (Charles-Georges), 1727-1800
    • us: Fenouillot, 1727-1800
    • us: Fenouillot, Charles-Georges, 1727-1800
    • us: Fenuillot, Signor, 1727-1800
    • us: Fernouillot de Falbaire, Citoyen (Charles-Georges), 1727-1800
    • us: Quingey, Charles-Georges Fenouillot de Falbaire de, 1727-1800
  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Falbaire de Quingey, Charles Georges Fenouillot de, 1727-1800?
    • Fenouillot de Falbaire, M. (Charles-Georges), 1727-1800 or 1801
  • Sources

    • found: His Les deux avares, 1770: t.p. (M. Fenouillot de Falbaire)
    • found: His Grétry, 1770: t.p. (Fenouillot)
    • found: His Die beiden Geitzigen, 1771: t.p. (... Herrn von Falbaire)
    • found: His De tvende giærrige, 1781: t.p. (Falbaire)
    • found: His La scuola de' costumi, 1776: t.p. (Signor di Falbaire de Quingey)
    • found: His Il fabbricatore inglese, 1771: t.p. (Signor Fénuillot)
    • found: His L'honnête criminel, 1795: t.p. (Citoyen Fernouillot de Falbaire)
    • found: NUC Pre-1956 (Falbaire de Quingey, Charles-Georges Fenouillot de, 1727-1800?)
    • found: Dictionnaire de biographie française, t. 13, 1975 (Fenouillot de Falbaire de Quingey, Charles-Georges; dramatic author; born 7/16/1727, Salins, where his father was director of the salt works; studied at Collège Louis-le-Grand; intended for the church and received the tonsure, but, under the name abbé Fenouillot, he entered financial adminstration instead of priesthood; undertook major repairs to the salt works, but contract was terminated in 1771 on grounds of negligence; author of L'honnête criminel (1767), a great success that was often reprinted and translated into German, Italian and Dutch; in 1772, he obtained the barony of Quingey, from which he took the name, and replaced his father as director of the salt works; in 1782, he became inspector general of the Salines de l'est, which office was suppressed in 1787; continued to write for the theater; died in Sainte-Menehould, on Oct. 28, 1800, according to some, or in May 1801, according to others)
    • found: Grande encycl., 1885-1891 (Falbaire de Quingey (Charles-Georges Fenouillot de), auteur dramatique franç., b. 7-16-1727, d. 10-28-1800)
    • found: LC manual auth. cd. (hdg.: Falbaire de Quingey, Charles Georges Fenouillot de, 1727-1800?; usage: M. de Falbaire de Quingey; M. Fenouillot de Falbaire)
    • found: His Les deux avares, Paris, Chez Delalain, 1770: t.p. (M. de Falbaire)
    • found: Fenouillot de Falbaire, Charles-Georges. L'honnête criminel, 1768: title page (M. Fenouillot de Falbaire)
    • found: Magasin encyclopédique, 7. année, t. 1 (prairial-messidor an 9 [21 May-19 July 1801]), via HathiTrust, Apr. 30, 2015: page 413 (Fenouillot-de-Falbaire: Le C[itoyen] Charles-Georges FENOUILLOT-DE-FALBAIRE, of Quingey, has died, some time ago, at the age of 73; le c[itoyen] de Falbaire)
    • found: Dictionnaire universel, historique, critique et bibliographique, 9. édition, t. 6, 1810, via Google Books, Apr. 30, 2015 (FENOUILLOT de Falbaire (Charles-George [sic]), born Salins, Franche-Comté, July 16, 1727, died May 1801; contributed several articles to the Encyclopédie and then turned to playwriting)
    • found: Coupigny, A.-F. "Notice sur Fenouillot de Falbaire, et sur ses ouvrages," in Oeuvres choisies de Diderot, Fenouillot de Falbaire et Imbert, 1824, pages 195-215, via HathiTrust, Apr. 30, 2015: page 195 (Charles-George [sic] FENOUILLOT DE FALBAIRE DE QUINGEY, born Salins, approximately 1730) page 214 (died Sainte-Ménéhould, 18 [sic] October 1800)
    • found: Biographie universelle ancienne et moderne, nouvelle édition, t. 13e, 1855, via Google Books, Apr. 30, 2015 (FALBAIRE (Charles-George [sic] Fenouillot de), dramatic author, born Salins, July 16, 1727; studied in Paris; worked in the administration of finances; in 1778, acquired the estate of Quingey, in Franche-Comté, and was granted permission to assume its name; his fortune lost in the Revolution, he retired with his family to Ste-Menehould, where he died, Oct. 28, 1800, aged 73)
    • found: Nouvelle biographie générale, t. 17e, 1856, via Internet Archive, Apr. 30, 2015 (Fenouillot de Falbaire de Quingey (Charles-Georges), French dramatic author, born Salins, July 16, 1727, died Sainte-Menehould, on Oct. 28, 1800, according to some, or in May 1801, according to others)
    • found: World Biographical Information System Online, Apr. 30, 2015 (Fenouillot de Falbaire de Quingey, Charles Georges, 1727-1800; dramatic author)
    • found: Damian-Grint, Peter. Biographical note, January 2009, in Electronic Enlightenment, viewed Apr. 30, 2015 (Charles Georges Fenouillot de Falbaire de Quingey, 1727-1800; French; author, playwright, civil servant, encyclopédist; born 16 July 1727, Salins, Seine-et-Marne (department), France; died 28 October 1800, Sainte-Menehould, Marne (department), France; "He devoted most of his energies to the theatre; author of a number of plays, including Les Deux Avares (1770), Le Fabricant de Londres (1771) and the disastrous L'École des mœurs (1776), which effectively ended his career as a playwright; he is best known for his drama L'Honnête Criminel, ou l'Amour Filial (1768). He obtained the post of inspector-general of the salt-works of Franche-Comté, Lorraine and the Trois-Évêchés in 1782, and contributed an article on salt-works to the Encyclopédie, but he was dismissed from his post in 1787 and died virtually destitute")
    • found: Brown, G.S. Literary sociability and literary property in France, 1775-1793, 2006: page 117 (Charles Georges Fenouillot de Falbaire de Quingey) page 118 (Fenouillot de Falbaire de Quingey, known as Falbaire; "the Revolution would of course bring the end of his career in the royal bureaucracy--and cause him to drop the partitive and landed estate ('De Quingey') from his name")
    • found: VIAF, Apr. 30, 2015 (Fenouillot de Falbaire de Quingey, Charles-Georges, 1727-1800: National Library of Poland; National Library of the Czech Republic; German National Library; Sudoc [ABES], France; ISNI-test; National Library of the Netherlands-test; NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library; National Library of France; Fenouillot de Falbaire, M. (Charles-Georges), 1727-1800 or 1801: National Library of Israel; Library of Congress/NACO; Falbaire De Quingey, Charles Georges Fenouillot de: RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland; Charles-Georges Fenouillot de Falbaire de Quingey: Wikidata; Falbaire de Quingey, Charles-Georges Fenouillot de, 1727-1800?: Vatican Library; Fenouillot de Falbaire (Charles Georges), M., 1727-1800 or 1801: National Library of Australia)
    • found: OCLC, Apr. 30, 2015 (usage: M. Fenouillot de Falbaire; M. de Falbaire; Monsieur de Falbaire; M. de Falbaire de Quingey; M. de Falbaire de Quingey, Inspecteur général, pour le roi, des Salines de Franche-Comté, de Lorraine & des Trois-Évêchés; M. Charles-George Fenouillot (Falbaire) ci-devant de Quingey; le citoyen Fernouillot [sic] de Falbaire; Fenouillot de Falbaire; signor Fenuillot [sic] di Falbaire; also with terms of address and/or particles of nobility in German, Dutch and Italian; form "Falbaire de Quingey" is used in statements of responsibility of 3 works, 1776-1788; before and after these dates, forms with "Fenouillot de Falbaire" and "de Falbaire" predominate; in 1790, usage was "... ci-devant de Quingey")
    • notfound: Grand Larousse encycl., c1960-c1964.
  • LC Classification

    • PQ1982.F4
  • Change Notes

    • 1983-09-01: new
    • 2015-05-02: revised
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