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Jules Pautet (1799–1870)

Pautet, Jules (pō-tā’). A French publicist and poet; born at Beaune, 1799; died in 1870. Among his writings are: ‘Evening Songs’ (1838); ‘Abdul Medjid,’ a lyric chant (1840); ‘Ernest, or the Savoyard Vicar’s Confession of Faith’ (1858); ‘The Pope, Austria, and Italy’ (1859); ‘Vercingetorix and Cæsar,’ a poem (1865).