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Author: Pellisson-Fontanier, Paul, 1624-1693.
Title: The history of the French Academy, erected at Paris by the late famous Cardinal de Richelieu, and consisting of the most refined wits of that nation.: Wherein is set down its original and establishment, its statutes, daies, places, and manner of assemblies, &c. With the names of its members, a character of their persons, and a catalogue of their works. / Written in French, by Mr. Paul Pellison, counseller and secretary of the King of France.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The history of the French Academy, erected at Paris by the late famous Cardinal de Richelieu, and consisting of the most refined wits of that nation.: Wherein is set down its original and establishment, its statutes, daies, places, and manner of assemblies, &c. With the names of its members, a character of their persons, and a catalogue of their works. / Written in French, by Mr. Paul Pellison, counseller and secretary of the King of France.
Pellisson-Fontanier, Paul, 1624-1693., Some, Henry.

London: Printed by J. Streater for Thomas Johnson at the Golden Key in S. Pauls Church-yard, 1657.
Alternate titles: Relation contenant l'histoire de l'Académie française. English
Subject terms:
Académie française -- History -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90369.0001.001

Contents
title page
To his very much Ho∣noured Friend and Kinsman, NEVILLE CATELINE Esquire.
Carmen Gratulatorium, DE Translatione hujus Libri feliciter absolutâ.
The Reader is desired to correct these following Erra∣ta with his pen, they being such as corrupt the sense.
A RELATION Containing The HISTORY OF THE French Academie.
The first part. Of the esta∣blishment of the Academie
THE SECOND PART, wher∣in is treated of the Statutes of the French Academie.
THE THIRD PART, what the Academie has done since its Instituti∣on.
THE FOURTH PART: Of Some Re∣marquables that past in the Acade∣mie.
THE FIFTH PART. OF the Academiciens in Particular.
MONSIEUR BARDIN.
THE ELOGIE OF M. BARDIN
The Epitaph on Monsieur BARDIN.
The other Epitaph.
segue
MONSIEUR DU CHASTELET.
MONSIEUR HABERT.
Monsieur DE MEZIRIAC.
M. de PORCHERES D'ARBAUD.
Monsieur BOURBON.
MONSIEUR FARET.
MONSIEUR MAYNARD.
Mr. DE MALLEVILLE.
MONSIEUR DE VOITURE.
MONSIEUR SIRMOND.
MONSIEUR DE COLOMBY.
MONSIEUR DE VAUGELAS.
MONSIEUR BARO.
MONSIEUR BAUDOIN.
MONSIEUR DE MONTEREUL.
MONSIEUR DE L' ESTOILE.
A Catalogue of the Gentlemen of the French Academy.
conclusion
postscript
An Oration of thanks to the Gentlemen of the French Aca∣demie, pronounced in their Assembly. Dec. 30. 1652.