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JOUBERT, Antoine Henry (zhoo'-bair'), Spanish missionary, born in Besancion in 1601; died in Santiago, Chili, in 1674. He became a Jesuit, was attached to the missions of South America, and was successively professor of rhetoric and rector of the College of Santiago. in 1652 he became procurator of Chili and visitor of the order, the next rank to that of commissary-general, of the Jesuits. Joubert published "Epistola ad praeposituus generalem Societatis Jesu qua st atuus in provincia Chilensi exponit" (3 vols., Santiago, 1656); "Historica relacion del Reino de Chile y de las misiones y ministerios que ejercita en el la Compania de Jesus" (2 vols., 1659); "Compendium Geographite Americanae" (1658); "Dictionario geografico estatistico y historico del Reino de Chile" (3 vols., 1661); and "Memorias sobre las colonias de Espana situadas en la costa oriental y occidental de America" (6 vols., Buenos Ayres, 1664).
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