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Rozoi, Barnabé Farmain de, 1745?-1792


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  • Fuller Name

    • Pierre-Barnabé Farmain de
  • Variants

    • Rozoi, Pierre-Barnabé Farmain de, 1745?-1792
    • Farmain de Rozoi, Barnabé, 1745?-1792
    • Farmain, Pierre-Barnabé, dit de Rozoi, 1745?-1792
    • De Rozoi, Barnabé Farmain, 1745?-1792
    • Derozoi, Barnabé Farmain, 1745?-1792
    • Durozoi, Barnabé Farmain, 1745?-1792
    • Durosoi, Barnabé Farmain, 1745?-1792
    • Durosoy, Barnabé Farmian, 1745?-1792
    • Du Rozoi, Barnabé Farmain, 1745?-1792
    • Du Rozoy, Barnabé Farmain, 1745?-1792
    • Rozoy, Barnabé Farmain de, 1745?-1792
    • Rosoi, Barnabé Farmain de, 1745?-1792
    • Rosoy, Barnabé Farmain de, 1745?-1792
    • Farmian de Rozoi, Barnabé, 1745?-1792
    • Farmin de Rozoi, Barnabé, 1745?-1792
    • Farmaing Durosoy, 1745?-1792
    • Firmin de Rozoi, Barnabé, 1745?-1792
    • Rozoy, M. de, 1745?-1792
    • Rosoi, M. de, 1745?-1792
    • Rosoy, M. de, 1745?-1792
    • Du Rozoy, 1745?-1792
    • Derozoi, M., 1745?-1792
    • Durosoy, M., 1745?-1792
    • Farmin du Rosoi, M., 1745?-1792
    • D*. R****., M., 1745?-1792
    • R****., M. d*., 1745?-1792
    • Rozois, de, 1745?-1792
    • Auteur de Mes dix-neuf ans, 1745?-1792
    • Auteur du pòeme sur les sens, 1745?-1792
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Rozoi, M. de (Barnabé Farmian de), approximately 1743-1792
    • Rozoi, M. de (Barnabé Farmian de), ca. 1743-1792
  • Sources

    • found: His Les sens : poëme en six chants, seconde edition, 1767, via Google Books, Mar. 18, 2015:title page (par Mr. de Rozoi) page 151 (special title page: Épitre au verrou de ma porte / par l'auteur du poëme sur les sens) page 153 (caption title: Épitre a mon verrou)
    • found: Rozoi, Barnabé Farmain de. Mes dix-neuf ans, 1762, via Nineteenth Century Collections Online, Mar. 18, 2015(name not given)
    • found: Rozoi, Barnabé Farmain de. Épïtre a mon verrou, 1762:title page (par l'auteur de Mes dix-neuf ans)
    • found: Palissot de Montenoy, Charles. La Dunciade, ou La guerre des sots, 1764, via Google Books, Mar. 18, 2015:page 37 (Durosoy; M. Durosoy, author of Mes dix-neuf ans)
    • found: Rozoi, Barnabé Farmain de. Fragment sentimental en vers français, 1791, via Münchener Digitalisierungszentrum, Mar. 18, 2015:title page (par M. D*. R****.)
    • found: Histoire et mémoires de l'Académie royale des sciences, inscriptions et belles-lettres de Toulouse, t. 1., 1782, via Gallica, Mar. 18, 2015:page 44 (in list of "correspondans": "M. Farmin du Rosoi, à Paris")
    • found: Bulletin du Tribunal criminel, établi par la loi du 17 août 1792, pour juger les conspirateurs, 1792, via Gallica, Mar. 18, 2015:no. 2, Aug. 25, 1792, pages 6-8 (report of the trial of "sieur Durosoy, homme de lettres, et ci-devant rédacteur de la Gazette de Paris"; sentenced to death; after hearing his sentence, he gave the president of the tribunal a note reading "Un royaliste comme moi devoit mourir un jour de Saint-Louis [Aug. 25]") no. 3, Aug. 28, 1792, page 9 (report of the execution of "le sieur Durosoy")
    • found: Répertoire, ou Almanach historique de la Révolution française, an 6e, 1793, via Gallica, Aug. 13, 2015:page 112 ([Aug.] 25, [1792]: M. du Rosoy, journalist, is beheaded)
    • found: Delort, Joseph. Histoire de la détention des philosophes et des gens de lettres à la Bastille et à Vincennes, 1829, via Gallica, Mar. 18, 2015:t. 3e, pages 75-96 (chapter on "De Rozoi") page 75 (caption title: "De Rozoi"; Pierre-Barnabé-Farmin de Rozoi, born in Paris in 1743, not 1745) pages 75-76 (in letter of M. de Sartine: le sieur de Rosoy, author of the tragedy Le siége de Calais, arrested and confined in For-l'Évêque, Feb. 10, 1765; released on the 19th) page 81 (in document signed by J.F. Hugues, d'Hémery and "De Rozoi": "Pierre Barnabé de Rozoi, associé à l'académie des Arcades de Rome" is arrested in his domicile, rue Beaurepaire) pages 88, 92 (letters written from the Bastille, May 18 and June 18, 1770, are signed "De Rozoi") page 93 (released, July 21, 1770)
    • found: Biographie universelle ancienne et moderne, nouvelle édition, t. 12e, 1855, via Internet Archive, Mar. 18, 2015(DUROSOI (Barnabé FARMIAN de Rosoi, connu sous le nom de), born Paris, 1745; condemned to death Aug. 29, 1792, and executed the same day)
    • found: Nouvelle biographie générale, t. 42e, 1863, via Internet Archive, Mar. 18, 2015(ROZOI (Barnabé Farmain de), and not Du Rosoi, French man of letters, born in 1743 in Paris, where he was executed, Aug. 25, 1792)
    • found: Funck-Brentano, F. Les lettres de cachet à Paris, 1903, via Google Books, Mar. 18, 2015:page 383, no. 4851 (Rozois (de); entered the Bastille on May 12, 1779; charges unknown; released on July 21, 1770)
    • found: Tuetey, Alexandre. Répertoire général des sources manuscrites de l'histoire de Paris pendant la Révolution française, t. 7e, via Google Books, Mar. 18, 2015:pages 150-152 (caption: "Affaire de Rozoy"; documents relating to the trial of Pierre-Barnabé Farmain de Rozoy, man of letters, accused of fomenting counterrevolution, on Aug. 25, 1792; papers seized from M. de Rozoy; documents relating to Gazette de Paris)
    • found: Estrée, Paul d'. "Farmin de Rozoi," article in Revue d'histoire littéraire de la France, 25e année (1918), pages 211-242, 408-422, 562-579; 30e année (1923), pages 24-49, 409-432, via JSTOR, Mar. 18, 2015:25e année, page 211 (Barnabé Farmin de Rozoi, born in Paris in 1745 and guillotined in Paris, Aug. 25, 1792; many spelling variants of his name: Farmian, Farmaing, De Rosoi, De Rozoy, Du Rosois, Du Rozoi, Du Rozoir, Durosoi, Durozoi; this last was the most common; however, he signed his name Farmin de Rozoi, as may be seen in various documents in his dossier in the Archives nationales)
    • found: BN,t. 156, column 184 (Rosoi (Barnabé Farmian de), dit Durosoi)
    • found: Dictionnaire de biographie française(DUROSOI (Barnabé Farmian de Rosoy, dit), journalist, author of works in various genres; born Paris, 1742; arrested Aug. 10, 1792, condemned to death Aug. 25 and executed that evening)
    • found: Cioranescu, A. Bibliographie de la littérature française du dix-huitième siècle:t. 3, page 1600 (Rozoi (Barnabé Farmian de), born Paris, 1743; guillotined in Paris, Aug. 17, 1792)
    • found: CESAR, calendrier électronique des spectacles sous l'ancien régime et la révolution, Mar. 18, 2015(Barnabé Farmian Durosoy (1745-Aug. 29, 1792); lists theatrical works) - http://cesar.org.uk/cesar2/people/people.php?fct=edit&person_UOID=100429
    • found: French Wikipedia, Mar. 18, 2015(Barnabé Farmian Durosoy, born 1745, died Paris, Aug. 25, 1792; French journalist and man of letters)
    • found: WBIS, Mar. 18, 2015(Rozoi, Barnabé Firmin de; variants: Rozoy, Rozois; called Durosoi; or: Durosoy; 1745-1792; author, poet
    • found: Coudart, Laurence. Article in online Dictionnaire des journalistes (1600-1789), Mar. 18, 2015(Pierre FARMAIN DE ROZOI (1745-1792); Pierre Barnabe Farmain, dit de Rozoi, born Paris, probably in 1745, in Saint-Gervais parish; son of Jean Baptiste Barnabe Farmain; died in Paris, Aug. 25, 1792; name variants include Farmin, Farmian, Farmaing, Rozoy, Rosoy, Durosoi, Derozoi; he signed as "Farmain de Rozoi," but the origin of the pseudonym "de Rozoi" is not known; after the publication of Annales de la ville de Toulouse (1771-1776), he was granted the title "citoyen de Toulouse" and the Académie royale de peinture, sculpture et architecture of Toulouse named him a corresponding associate, after which he styled himself "De Rozoi, membre de plusieurs académies"; between 1762 and 1792, he published 35 works, including plays, opera and ballet librettos, poetry, dramatic criticism, novels and history; arrested several times, including a confinement in the Bastille, May 12-July 21, 1770; editor of Journal des dames, Nouveau Journal helvétique, Gazetin du patriote and Journal militaire et politique, and beginning Oct. 1, 1789, sole editor of the royalist daily newspaper Gazette de Paris; arrested Aug. 13, 1792, for his journalistic activities, he was the first journalist to be condemned to death by the Tribunal of Aug. 17 and the third person to be executed in the history of the French Revolution, Aug. 25, 1792) - http://dictionnaire-journalistes.gazettes18e.fr/journaliste/295-pierre-farmain-de-rozoi
    • found: Coudart, Laurence. La gazette de Paris, 1995:pages 21-22 (Pierre-Barnabé Farmain de Rozoi, born in Paris; no documented source of his birthdate, but his oldest sibling Marie-Antoinette Farmain was born Dec. 9, 1742, in Paris, parish Saint-Gervais; another sister was born Jan. 24, 1744, in the same parish; Pierre-Barnabé was probably born in 1745; at the time of his interrogation in August, 1792, he stated that he was 46 years old; many curious speculations, due only to the repetition of false rumors and the absence of research, accompany the name of Rozoi in various biographical works; one of his enemies during the French Revolution repeatedly attacked his supposed noble status, claiming his real name was Cochon [pig], which was picked up by several biographical dictionaries calling him a descendant of a family named Cochon from the town of Rozoi in Picardy; in fact, there is no connection with the Cochon family of Rozoi-sur-Serre or with the Cochon Durozoir family; impossible to know the origin of the pseudonym Rozoi, which the author chose for himself; the dossier of his trial in August 1792 is titled "Farmain de Rozoi"; variants of "Rozoi" in published works include "de (or du) Rozoy," "de (or du) Rosoy," "Derozoi," "Durosoi," "Durozoy," etc., while "Farmain" is sometimes spelled "Farmin," "Farmian" or "Farmaing") pages 409-411 (bibliography of Rozoi's works) pages 428-429 (political writings of Rozoi)
    • found: BnF authorities, Mar. 18, 2015(AAP: Durosoy, Barnabé Farmian (1745?-1792); born 1745?, Paris, died 1792-08-29, Paris; journalist and "polygraphe"; variant forms: Durosoi, Barnabé Farmian (1745?-1792); Farmian de Rosoy, Barnabé (1745?-1792); Farmian de Rosoi (1745?-1792); Rosoi, Barnabé Farmian de (1745?-1792); Rozoi, Barnabé Farmian de (1745?-1792); Auteur de Mes dix-neuf ans, L' (1745?-1792) pseudonyme; D* R**** (1745?-1792) pseudonyme; R****, D* (1745?-1792) pseudonyme)
    • found: VIAF, Mar. 18, 2015(Durosoy, Barnabé Farmian, 1745-1792: Sudoc, France, National Library of France; Rozoi, Barnabé Farmin de: National Library of Portugal, ISNI-test; Rozoy, Barnabé Farmian de, 1745-1792: National Library of the Netherlands; Rosoi, Barnabé Farmian de 1742-1792: German National Library; Durosoy, Barnabé Farmian, ca. 1743-1792: RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland; Rozoi, M. de (Barnabé Farmian de), approximately 1743-1792: National Library of Australia, Library of Congress/NACO; Rosoi, Barnabé Farmian de: Vatican Library; De Rosoi, Barnabé Farmian, 1742-1792 Vatican Library)
    • found: OCLC, Mar. 18, 2015(usage: M. de Rozoi; Mr. de Rozoi; M. de Rozoi, citoyen de Toulouse; M. de Rozoy; M. de Rozoy, Citoyen de Toulouse, &c.; Monsieur de Rozoy; De Rozoi, membre de plusieurs académies, auteur de la Gazette de Paris; M. de Rosoi; M. de Rosoy; Du Rozoy; M. Derozoi; M. D* R****)
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