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TABLE I. THE “ACADÉMIE FRANÇAISE” DURING THE REIGN

OF LOUIS XIV.
Established July 10, 1637, by letters patent of Louis XIII.
List of the perpetual Secretaries from the date of its foundation till the

death of Louis XIV.
Valentin Conrart, from 1635 to 1675.
François Eudes de Mézeray, 1675 to 1683.
François Séraphin Régnier-Desmarais, 1883 to 1713.
André Dacier, 1713 to 1722.

List of Members with the dates of their election.
Fauteuil No. I. P. Bardin, 1634; Nicolas Bourdon, 1637; Salomon,

1644; Ph. Quinault, 1670; Fr. de Caillières, 1689. No. 2. P. Hay du Châtelet, 1634; Perrot d'Ablancourt,

1637; Bussy-Rabutin, 1664; Paul Bignon, 1693. No. 3. Ph. Habert, 1629; S. Esprit, 1637; J. N. Colbert

(archbishop), 1678; Fraguier, 1707.
No. 4. De Méziriac, 1634; La Motte le Vayer, 1639; J.

Racine, 1672; Valincour, 1699.
No. 5. A. de Mauléon, 1635; D. de Priézac, 1639; Michel

le Clerc, 1662; J. de Tourreil, 1692; J. Roland

Malet, 1714
No. 6. Arbaud de Porchères, 1634; Olivier Patru, 1640;

de Novion, 1681; Goibau du Bois, 1693; Ch.

Boileau, 1694; G. Abeille, 1704.
No. 7. Séguier, 1635; Bazin de Bezons, 1643; Boileau

Despréaux, 1684; J. d'Estrées (archb.), 1711.
No. 8. - Faret, 1634; P. du Ryer, 1646; Cardinal d'Estrées,

1658; Maréchal d'Estrées, 1715.
No. 9. Fr. Maynard, 1634; P. Corneille, 1647; Th. Cor-

neille, 1685; La Motte Houdard, 1710. Ch. de Malleville, 1634; J. Ballesdens, 1648; Cordemoy, 1675; Bergeret, 1685; C. de Saint Pierre,

1695. No. It. Cauvigny-Colomby, 1634; Tristan L'Hermite, 1649;

La Mesnardière, 1655; de Saint Aignan, 1665;

de Choisy, 1687. No. 12. Voiture, 1634; Mézeray, 1649; Barbier d’Aucourt,

1683; Clermont-Tonnerre (bishop), 1694; Malézieu,

1701. No. 13. J. Sirmond, 1635; J. de Montreuil, 1649; Fr. Tal

lemant, 1651; de la Loubère, 1693. No. 14. Vaugelas, 1634; de Scudéry, 1649; P. Dangeau,

1668.

No. 10.

Fauteuil No. 15. B. Baro, 1634; J. Doujat, 1650; E. Renaudot, 1689.

No. 16. J. Baudoin, 1645; Charpentier, 1650; Chamillart

(bishop), 1702; Maréchal de Villars, 1714.

No. 17. Cl. L'Étoile, 1634; A. duc de Coislin, 1652; P.

duc de Coislin, 1704; H. C. duc de Coislin

(bishop), 1710.

No. 18. De Serizay, 1634; Pellisson, 1653; Fénelon, 1693;

de Boze, 1715.

No. 19. Balzac, 1634 ; H. P. de Beaumont (archbishop),

1654; Fr. de Harlay (archb.), 1671; André

Dacier, 1695.
No. 20. Laugier. Porchères, 1634 ; de Chaumont, 1654 ;

Cousin, 1697; Valon de Mimeure, 1707.

Germain Habert, 163+; Cotin, 1655; L. Dangeau,

1682.

No. 22. Servien, 1634; Villayer, 1659; Fontenelle, 1691.

No. 23. Colletet, 1634; Gilles Boileau, 1659; J. de Mon-

tigny, 1670; Ch. Perrault, 1671; Cardinal de

Rohan, 1704.

No. 24. Saint-Amant, 1634 ; J. C. Cassagne, 1661 ; de

Crecy, 1679; Ant. de Mesmes, 1710.

Boissat, 1634; Furetière, 1662; La Chapelle, 1688.
No. 26. Bois-Robert, 1634; Segrais, 1662; Campistron, 1701.

Bautru de Séran, 1634; J. Testu, 1665; M. de

Sainte-Aulaire, 1706.

No. 28. Louis Giry, 1634; Cl. Boyer, 1665; Cl. Genest,

1698.

No. 29. Gombauld, 1634; P. Tallemant, 1666; Danchet,

No. 30. J. de Silhon, 1634; J. B. Colbert, 1660; La Fon-

taine, 1684; Clairambault, 1695; Cl. Mafrieu, 1714.
No. 31. M. C. de la Chambre, 1635; Régnier-Desmarais,

1670; La Monnoye, 1713,
No. 32. Racan, 1634; P. C. de la Chambre, 1670; La

Bruyère, 1693; Abbé Fleury, 1696.
No. 33. D. Hay du Chastelet, 1635; Bossuet, 1671; Cardinal

de Polignac, 1704.

No. 34. Godeau, 1634; Fléchier, 1673; de Nesmond (archb.),

No. 25.

No. 27.

No. 35. de Bourzeys, 1634; Gallois, 1673; Mongin, 1708.

No. 36. Gomberville, 1634; Huet, 1674.

No. 37. Chapelain, 1634; Benserade, 1674; E. Pavillon,

1691 ; Sillery, 1705.

No. 38. Conrart, 1634; Rose, 1675; Louis de Sacy, 1701.
No. 39. J. des Marets, 1634; J. de Mesmes, 1676; Mauroy,

1688; Abbé de Louvois, 1706.
No. 40. Montmor, 1635 ; Lavau, 1679; Caumartin (bishop),

1694.

Regularised by a decree of December, 1633.
Received its statutes, July 16, 1701.
Statutes confirmed by letters patent, February, 1713.
Perpetual Secretaries.
The Abbé P. Tallemant, from 1701 to 1705.
Gros de Boze, from 1706 to 1742.

List of its principal Members.

1663. Chapelain.

1676. Charles Perrault.

1688. André Félibien; Racine; Eusébe Renaudot.

1695. André Dacier.

1701. Jean Paul Bignon; Dom Jean Mabillon (honorary members).

1701. Fontenelle; Charles Rollin; René Aubert de Vertot; Thomas

Corneille (associates).

1701. Antoine Galland; Louis Boivin.
1705. Claude François Fraguier; de Boze.
1714. Fréret (pupils, became subsequently associates).
1715. Cardinal Gualterio; Anselme Banduri; Gisbert Cuper (foreign

honorary members).

X

Founded by Colbert in 1666.
Receives its statutes, January 26, 1699.
Its organization confirmed by letters patent, February, 1713.

Perpetual Secretaries.
The Abbé Duhamel, from 1668 to 1699.
Fontenelle, from 1699 to 1741.

List of its principal Members.
1666. Pierre de Carcavi; Huyghens van Zulychem; Roberval; Auzout;

Claude Perrault; Pecquet; Mariotte.

1669. François Blondel; Cassini.

1674. Du Verney.

1675. Leibnitz (foreign associate).

1678. Philippe de la Hire.

1682. Tschirnhausen (foreign associate).

1685. Melchisedec Thévenot.

1691. J. P. Bignon; Tournefort.

1693. Guillaume François de l'Hôpital, marquis de Saint-Mesme.

1694. Jacques Cassini; Gabriel Philippe de la Hire.

1696. Joseph Sauveur.

1697. Fontenelle.

1699. Nicolas Lémery ; _Malebranche (honorary member); Pierre

Sylvain Régis ; Fagon; Vauban ; Jacques Bernoulli ; Jean
Bernoulli; Isaac Newton (the last three, foreign associates);

Louis Lemery.

1701. Pierre du Verney; Jacques Ozanam.

1706. Réaumur.

1707. Jacques Bénigne Winslow.

1708. Sir Hans Sloane (foreign associate).

1711. Antoine de Jussieu.

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