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Louis Marie Philibert Edgard de Renouard de Sainte-CR01X
SAINTE-CR01X, Louis Marie Philibert Edgard de Renouard de, West Indian agriculturist, born at sea, 22 May, 1809. He studied at the militarv school of Saint Cyr, and became a lieutenant of the general staff, but resigned in 1838 and returned to his home in Martinique, where he engaged in agricultural experiments upon his large estate. He introduced new methods for the culture of the sugar-cane and for the fabrication of raw sugar, and was also the first to experiment on the culture of the cotton-plant in the French West Indies. For his services he was made a knight of the Legion of honor, and in 1860 he became treas-urer-generai of the department of Mayenne. His works include " Manidre d'estimer le rendement de la canne 'a sucre" (Paris, 1841)" "La question du sucre" (1842); " De la fabrication du sucre aux colonies" (1843) ; "Principes fondamentaux d'agriculture coloniale" (1845) ; and " Le sucre aux colonies" (1847).
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