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Victor Frédéric Alexandre Ysabeau (1793–1873)

Ysabeau, Victor Frédéric Alexandre (i-zä-bō’). A French physician and writer on agriculture; born at Rouen, 1793; died at Paris, 1873. Among his works are: ‘Gardening; or, The Art of Forming and Managing a Garden’ (1854); ‘Elementary Lessons in Agriculture’ (1857); ‘The Vine and Fruit Tree’ (1858); ‘Popular Natural History of France’ (1864); ‘Hygiene and Domestic Economy’ (1870).