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Louis Veuillot (1813–1883)

Veuillot, Louis (vė-yō’). An eminent French journalist; born in Boynes (Loiret), 1813; died in Paris, April 7, 1883. His works include: ‘Pilgrimages in Switzerland’ (1839); ‘Rome and Loretto’ (1841); ‘The Virtuous Woman’ (1844); ‘The French in Algeria’ (1845); ‘Free-Thinkers’ (1848); ‘Vindex the Slave’ (1849); ‘The Day after the Victory’ (1850); ‘The Droit du Seigneur in the Middle Ages’ (1854); ‘The Perfume of Rome’ (1861); ‘The Odors of Paris’ (1866); ‘Paris during the Two Sieges’ (1871); ‘Molière and Bourdaloue’ (1877); ‘Poetic Works’ (1878); etc. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).