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Édouard Fournier (1819–1880)

Fournier, Édouard (för-nyā’). A French historical and descriptive writer; born in Orléans, June 15, 1819; died in Paris, May 10, 1880. The annals of the capital and its topographical features have received interesting treatment at his hands in ‘The Street Lamps’ (1854), ‘Riddles of Parisian Streets’ (1859), and ‘Paris Through the Ages’ (1876).