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Eugène Yvert (1794–1878)

Yvert, Eugène (ē-vãr’). A French journalist, poet, and miscellaneous writer; born at Marly-le-Roi, 1794; died at Amiens, Feb. 23, 1878. He was editor of The Picardy Gazette, 1831. He wrote: ‘Parliamentary Sketches’ (1832), in verse; ‘Political Customs’ (1845); ‘A Ghost’ (1852), a two-act comedy in verse; ‘Poetic Fancies’ (1857); ‘Poetical Miscellanies’ (1860); etc.