Prévost-Paradol, Lucien Anatole (18291870)

Prévost-Paradol, Lucien Anatole, French littérateur and publicist, born in Paris; distinguished himself as journalist and essayist; was an enemy of the Empire, but accepted a post under Ollivier as envoy to the United States in 1870, and committed suicide at Washington almost immediately after landing; it was on the eve of the Franco-German War, and he had been the subject of virulent attacks from the republican press of the day (18291870).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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