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Michel Delaporte (1806–1872)

Delaporte, Michel (dė-lä-port’). A French playwright (1806–72); born in Paris. He wrote a long series of vaudevilles, many of them in collaboration with others. Of pieces of his own composition may be named: ‘The Housewife’ (1851); ‘Toinette and her Carbineer’ (1856). In association with Varin he wrote: ‘A Hercules and a Pretty Woman’ (1861); ‘Ah, ’Tis Pleasant to Love’; ‘The Gillyflower Woman’ (1869).