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EXPILLY, Jean Charles Marie, French author, born in Salon, Bouches du Rhune, 8 September 1814. He was a relative of the famous geographer, Jean Joseph Expilly, received his education at the Lyc6e Charlemagne of Paris, was graduated in law at Aix, and afterward served his time in a regiment of lancers. Since 1840 he has devoted his time entirely to literary work. He went to South America in 1852 and remained till 1858, studying the country and the political and economical situation. After his return to Paris he resumed for some time his work as a contributor to the prominent journals, but soon turned his attention entirely to political economy, His works on this subject soon gained him a reputation, and were the cause of his appointment in August 1866, as commissary of emigration in Havre, and in 1868 to the same place in Marseilles. He published "Le Bresil tel qu'il est" (1862)" " Les femmes et les moeurs du Bresil" (1863): "Du mouvement d'emigration dans le port de Marseille" (1864); "La traite, l'emigrationet la colonisation au Bresil" (1865); "La v6rit6 sur le conflit entre le Bresil, Buenos Ayres, Montevid6o et le Paraguay devant la civilization "(1866); "L'ouverture de l'Amazone, ses consequences politiques et commerciMes" (1867); La politique du Paraguay" (1869); and several novels, including " L'epee de Damocles" (1843)" "Grand dame et lorette" (1854); " Les filles de Mahomet" (1854); "Le pirate noir" (1858); "La chevre d'or "(1864); and "Les aventures du capitaine Cayol" (1866).
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