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DELERY, Francois Charles (duhlayree), author, born in St. Charl6s parish, La., 28 January 1815" died in Bay St. Louis, Miss., 12 June 1880. His parents were French. He was educated in the Medical school of Paris, where he went in 1829, and returned in 1842. He became well known in his profession, and contributed frequently to the newspapers of his City on practical subjects. He was City physician in 1853'60, and president of the Board of health in 1857'8. His works, which are written in French, includ9 " Essai sur la libertd" (New Orleans, 1847);" Etudes sur les passions" (1849); " Quelque roots sur le nativisme," translated into English (1854); " Fievre jaune," a treatise on the epidemic of 1848 (1859); "Be roi coton" and "Confederes et fed6raux" (1864); "Memoire sur l'6pidemie de fievre jaune qui a rdgn6 a la Nouvelle Orleans et dans les campagnes," a work of much learning and careful research (1868); "L'ecole du peuple," a oneact comedy in verse; "Les chroniques Indiennes" (1877); and a memoir on " Quarantine" (1878).
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