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DENIS DE SALLO

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Originally appearing in Volume V24, Page 80 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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DENIS DE SALLO, Sieur de la Coudraye [pseudonym Sieur d'HEdonville] (1626–1669), French writer, and founder of the first French literary and scientific journal, was born at Paris in 1626. In 1665 he published the first number of the Journal des savants. The Journal, under his direction, was suppressedafter the thirteenth number, but was revived shortly afterwards. He died in Paris on the 14th of May 1669.
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