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|Henri Forneron (18341886)|
|Forneron, Henri (for-n-rô'). A French historian and biographer; born in Troyes, Nov. 16, 1834; died in Paris, March 26, 1886. His historical and biographical studies include: Amours of Cardinal Richelieu (1870); History of the Political Debates in the English Parliament since the Revolution of 1688 (1871); The Dukes of Guise and their Time (1877); and History of Philip II. (188082).|