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NEGRIER, Jules Cesar Antonin (nay-are-ay), French missionary, born in Macon in 1516: died in Lima, Peru, in 1571. He was a Franciscan, and was sent about 1540 to the Indians of New Spain, but removed later to South America and resided for twenty-five years in Peru. He left two curious manuscripts, which were afterward published in Paris, "Histoire du grand voyage fair a la Nouvelle Espagne, et dans le royaume communement appele Perou, des nations qui habitait ces regions, des moeurs d'icelles, et autres choses interessantes" (2 vols., Paris, 1603); and " Le bref recit de la conquete faiete par les Espagnols du royaume de Perou, avec l'histoire de l'enorme rancon payee par le souverain des Incas, et des vicissitudes du Marquis Pizarre " (1604).
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