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Taxile Delord (1815–1877)

Delord, Taxile (dė-lôr’). A French historian, journalist, and topical prose-writer; born in Avignon, Nov. 25, 1815; died in Paris, May 16, 1877. He was successful politically, and edited important Parisian journals, his permanent work being contained in ‘Physiology of the Parisian Woman’ (1841); ‘History of the Second Empire’ (1868–75); and ‘Literary Mornings’ (1860).