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SAUVEUR, Baudoin (so-vur), Flemish naturalist, born in Ypres in 1779; died in Brussels in 1832. He enlisted early in the French army, served in the West Indies, and afterward went to New Of leans, where he became a wealthy merchant and devoted his leisure to the study of natural history and geology. Declining health and heavy losses in business decided him to return to Europe, and he fixed his residence in a suburb of Brussels. His works include "Carte geologique du delta du Mississipi" (Brussels, 1827); "Voyages scientifiques dans les bassins du Mississipi et de l'Arkansas" (1828)" and "Etudes critiques sur les formations geologiques dans la vallee du Mississipi "(1830).
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