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Saint-Réné Taillandier (1817–1879)

Taillandier, Réné Gaspard Ernest, usually styled Saint-Réné Taillandier (tī-ä-dyā’). A French historian and biographer; born at Paris, Dec. 16, 1817; died there, Feb. 24, 1879. He was appointed professor of French poetry in the Sorbonne, 1863. Among his works are: ‘Scotus Erigena and the Scholastic Philosophy’ (1843); ‘Studies on the Revolution in Germany’ (1853); ‘The Countess of Albany’ (1862); ‘Maurice de Saxe’ (1865); ‘Ten Years of the History of Germany’ (1875); ‘King Leopold and Queen Victoria’ (1878); ‘Serbia in the Nineteenth Century.’