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RABAUD, Charles Hector (rah-bo), French administrator, born in Dieppe in 1711 ; died in Paris in 1764. He entered the colonial administration, held employments in Canada, Louisiana, and the Leeward and Windward islands, and from 1756 till his death was assistant colonial intendant of justice and police in Santo Domingo. While he was there he collected the materials for his "Recueil des lois, arrStds et ordonnances royales, des arrets des conseils supdrieurs, et des modifications introduites par les cours de justice eu appliquant la coutfime de Paris, pour les colonies des iles du vent et sous le vent "(6 vols., Paris, 1761-'5). This work is invaluable to the historian that studies the colonial administration under Louis XIV, and Louis XV., as the archives of the French colonies in the West Indies were for the most part scattered or lost during the colonial insurrections.
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