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Jean-Baptiste-François Née de La Rochelle


  1. Lettre à la Convention Nationale de France sur les vices de la Constitution de 1791, et sur l'étendue des amendemens à y porter, pour lesquels cette Convention a été convoquée. Par Joel Barlow, écuyer [...]. Traduite de l'anglais translation publisher



Based at 13 rue de Hurepoix.

Son of a magistrate in the Paris parlement and grandson of the writer Jean Née de La Rochelle (1692–1772). Apprenticed with his step-father Jean-Baptiste Gogué from 1765 with whom he worked from 1773–1786, and from whom he inherited his business, which he sold to his brother-in-law Jacques-Simon Merlin in 1793, while continuing to work as a publisher until 1794. Author of many bibliographic works. Retired to Nivernais and practised as a Justice of the Peace in La Charité-sur-Loire from 1802–1828.