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An Anthology in Thirty Volumes.  1917.
H. M. Ayres, ed.  The Reader’s Dictionary of Authors.  1917.
 
Antoine-Claire, Count Thibaudeau (1765–1854)
 
Thibaudeau, Antoine-Claire, Count (tē-bō-dō'). A French statesman and historian; born at Poitiers, March 23, 1765; died on March 8, 1854. Among his writings are: ‘Memoirs on the Convention and the Directory’ (1824); ‘General History of Napoleon Bonaparte’ (5 vols., 1827–28); ‘Memoirs on the Consulate and the Empire’ (10 vols., 1835); ‘History of the States-General’ (2 vols., 1843). After his death appeared ‘My Biography: My Memoirs, 1765–92’ (1875).
 
 
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