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Charles-François Panard (1689–1765)

Panard, Charles-François (pän-är’). A noted French lyric poet; born at Courville near Chartres, 1689; died at Paris, June 13, 1765. He wrote a series of admirable songs, besides vaudevilles and comic operas. He lived on the bounty of his friends, repaying them with his verses.