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i I . : ; : .-;• ^. ;";'i\Uvn,rÀ PRESENTED TO The University of Toronto BY ^ 4^/ / lO. ObUU 7' Examination copies of the accompany- ing" Book hâve just reaehed us from the in sendingPublishers. We hâve pleasure youp address.one to COPP, CLARK COMPANY, LIMITEDTHE Front St. West, TORONTO9 .Sirpmann's Jrrncîj Srrirs Siepmann/Otto^ 7 Z7VV General Edttors Pelussier\^^^:^^^ HISTOIRE DE LA PREMIÈRE CROISADE s^ HISTOIRE DE LA PREMIÈRE CROISADE TIRÉE DE CROISADESL'HISTOIRE DES PAR A DM I CH U INTRODUCTIONEDITED, WITH AN HISTORICAL MAP, AND NOTES BY HOUGHTON, B.A.A. V. OXONHERTFOKD COLLEGE,l.ATE SCHOLAR OF COLLEGE,ROAD TRAININGTUTOR IN THE BOROUGHLECTURER AND HOUSE ISLEWORTH 1 n053 MICHAUDLIFE OF aIMichaud was born at Albens,FrançoisJoseph Hisof Savoy, insmall village in the Department 1767. one manyfamily was an old and illustrious ; soldiers,of his ancestors had been distinguished j„5_.j8o'q conspicu-and one had made himself especially againstous in the war waged by the Duke of Savoy owing tocentury. His father,France in the sixteenth in which he played ahis connexion with an adventure compelled tochivalrous, though unfortunate, part, was in La Bresse,fly from his home, and came to settle meanswhere he took up the profession of a notary as a whereby to recover some of his lost wealth. wasThe young IMichaud was the eldest son, and then in the hands ofeducated at the collège of Bourg, himself a promisingsecular priests. He there showed in his fatherrhetorician.

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i I
. : ; :
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;";'i\Uvn,rÀPRESENTED
TO
The University of Toronto
BY
^ 4^/ / lO.
ObUU
7'Examination copies of the accompany-
ing" Book hâve just reaehed us from the
in sendingPublishers. We hâve pleasure
youp address.one to
COPP, CLARK COMPANY, LIMITEDTHE
Front St. West, TORONTO9.Sirpmann's Jrrncîj Srrirs
Siepmann/Otto^ 7 Z7VV
General Edttors Pelussier\^^^:^^^
HISTOIRE
DE LA
PREMIÈRE CROISADEs^HISTOIRE
DE LA
PREMIÈRE CROISADE
TIRÉE DE
CROISADESL'HISTOIRE DES
PAR
A DM I CH U
INTRODUCTIONEDITED, WITH AN HISTORICAL
MAP, AND NOTES
BY
HOUGHTON, B.A.A. V.
OXONHERTFOKD COLLEGE,l.ATE SCHOLAR OF
COLLEGE,ROAD TRAININGTUTOR IN THE BOROUGHLECTURER AND HOUSE
ISLEWORTH1
n053MICHAUDLIFE OF
aIMichaud was born at Albens,FrançoisJoseph
Hisof Savoy, insmall village in the Department 1767.
one manyfamily was an old and illustrious ;
soldiers,of his ancestors had been distinguished
j„5_.j8o'q
conspicu-and one had made himself especially
againstous in the war waged by the Duke of Savoy
owing tocentury. His father,France in the sixteenth
in which he played ahis connexion with an adventure
compelled tochivalrous, though unfortunate, part, was
in La Bresse,fly from his home, and came to settle
meanswhere he took up the profession of a notary as a
whereby to recover some of his lost wealth.
wasThe young IMichaud was the eldest son, and
then in the hands ofeducated at the collège of Bourg,
himself a promisingsecular priests. He there showed
in his fatherrhetorician. On leaving collège 1786,
earn livelihoodhaving died a year before, he went to a
in a bookseller's shop at Lyons.
Un VoyageThe year saw his first literary essaj'.1787
foUowed withlittéraire au Motit Blanc, which he soon
ofOrigi}ie poctiqtie des Mines d'Or et d'Argent, a story
the East.CroisadeHistoire de la Premièrevi
was stillRévolution, MichaudAt the outbreak of the
joindésire to go to Paris toLyons, but he had a keenat
when,désire was gratifiedin the strife of parties. His
de Beauharnais toon the visit of the celebrated Fanny
which found favourhe wrote some versesLyons in 1790,
promise her patron-caused her toin her judgment, and
age to him at Paris.
threwarrivai in the capital, heImmediately on his
ofan enthusiastic supporterhimself into journalism as
conjunction with Cerisier,
. rovaltv. He edited, in^
^ 'In Pans.
with EsmenardHis chief the Gazette Universelle, and
writings.
In both thèse^j^g Postillon de la Guerre,
monarchical party, andupheld the cause of thepapers he
Feuillants." Formouthpiece of the "Club deswas the
after thesuffer his first exilehis royalist ardour he had to
heFrom his isolationproceedings of loth August 1792.
wasof a poem whichwas furnished with the idea
excited by a visit to therepublican in spirit, so that,
he became, on hisRousseau at Ermenonville,tomb of
staff of the CourrierParis, a writer on thereturn to
Robespierre.the dictatorship ofEépublicain during
and Richehejoined RippertIn the year however,1 794,
and immediatelyLa Quotidienne,in the editorship of
his keen sup-into great prominence bybrought his paper
brought himHis ardour, at such a time,port of royalty.
and he wasRepublican party,under the notice of the
on the i8thVendémiaire. Again,arrested on the i3th
com-the proscription, he wasFructidor,though he escaped
consulshipreturn till theleave Paris, and did notpelled to
La Mortcelebrated inNapoléon—an event which heof
Republic.end of thedune Grande Daine, supposing the