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Charles-Philippe Ronsin (1751–1794)

Ronsin, Charles-Philippe (ro-sa‘). A French dramatist; born at Soissons in 1751; guillotined at Paris, March 24, 1794. He wrote six tragedies and two comedies: ‘The League of Fanatics and Tyrants’ (1791) and ‘Arétophile’ (1793) were played in Paris with most brilliant success.