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Rivarol [née Flint], Louisa Henrietta de [known as Madame de Rivarol]locked

(b. before 1750, d. 1821)
  • J. G. Alger
  • , revised by Rebecca Mills


Rivarol [née Flint], Louisa Henrietta de [known as Madame de Rivarol] (b. before 1750, d. 1821), translator, was born in Remiremont, France, the only child of a Scot, Mather Flint, a teacher of English. Mather Flint had at the age of eleven in 1720 accompanied his uncle ...

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