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Dominique Dufour de Pradt (1759–1837)

Pradt, Dominique Dufour de (prät). A French statesman and historian; born at Allanches in Auvergne, April 23, 1759; died on March 18, 1837. He wrote: ‘Historic Narrative of the Restoration of Royalty in France’ (1814); ‘History of the Embassy to the Grand Duchy of Warsaw in 1812’ (1815); ‘The Congress of Vienna’ (2 vols., 1815–16); ‘Historical Memoirs on the Spanish Revolution’ (1816); ‘The Colonies and the Present Revolution in [Spanish] America’ (2 vols., 1817); ‘The Congress of Carlsbad’ (2 vols., 1819–20); ‘The Four Concordats.’