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PELLEPART, or PELLEPRAT, Pierre (pel-lay-par), French missionary, born in Bordeaux. France, in 1606; died in Puebla de los Angeles, Mexico, 21 April, 166'7. He was admitted into the Jesuit order at the age of seventeen, and, after teaching and acting as rector in several colleges, went to Paris, where he gained reputation as a public orator. He embarked for the American missions in 1639, visited the different Jesuit houses in the French islands, and then passed into Mexico. where he labored among the natives for eleven years. His works include "Relation des missions des PP. de la compagnie de Jesus darts les isles, et dans la terre ferme de l'Amerique Meridionale, divisee en deux parties avee une introduction a la langue des Galibis, sauvages de la terre ferme de l'Amerique" (Paris, 1655). This volume is very rare.
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