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Charles Paul Jacques Aclocque (b. 1832)

Aclocque, Charles Paul Jacques (äk-lok’). A French novelist and journalist; born in 1832. He was a frequent contributor to the Parisian journals and the author of several romances. His best-known works are: ‘Breton Legends’ (1862); ‘Contraband Love’ (1866); ‘Love by Double Entry’ (1868). In collaboration with his brother he wrote ‘The Eccentric Huntsmen’ (1876) and other works.