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DENIS, Jean Ferdinand, French explorer, born in Paris, 13 August 1798; died in 1874. He traveled several times through America, once for five years, 1816 till 1821. He was appointed librarian of the Ste. Genevievee library in Paris in 1861, and held this place till nearly the time of his death. He was the author of many works on the institutions of America, the most notable of which are "L'histoire du Bresil" (1821.); " Buenos Ayres et le Paraguay" (2 vols., 1823); "' La Guyane" (2 vols., 1823); "Rdsum5 de l'histoire du Brdsil, suivi du resumd sur l'histoire de la Guyane" (1825), which was translated into Portuguese in Rio de Janeiro : "Le Brdsil et le Portugal," published in the collections of " L'Univers pittoresque" 0.837 and 1846). He is also the author of several novels, as "Les seenes de la nature sons les tropiques" (1824) and " Une fSte bresilienne celebrde 'a Rouen en 1850." He published in 1854 a new and revised edition, with notes, of "Les voyages de Malouet dans les forSts de la Guyane," and was a contributor to the Brazilian review, "Corographia Bresilica."
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