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LEBAY, Theodore Constant (leh-bay'), French colonial officer, born in Lous-le-Saulnier in 1795; died in Saint Pierre, Martinique, 17 October, 1849. He entered the colonial service in 1817 as secretary of the treasurer of Guadeloupe, served in Terre Neuve, La Desirade, and Guadeloupe, as treasurer in 1831-'4, and in St. Pierre as commissary from 1835 till his death. He interested himself in the study of the countries where he resided, and tried to promote emigration from France to the West Indies. His works include "Statistique de la Guadeloupe' (2 vols., Paris, 1831); "Des productions, de la consommation, et du commerce des Antilles Francaises compardes entre elles" (2 vols., 1835); "Les Antilles sont-elles propres g l'emigration Franecaise?" (1836); "Du climat des Antilles" (1839); "Statistique de longevite dans les Antilles Francaises, comparee avec les tables de mortalitee dressdes pour la France" (1840); "Des pays propresh l'emigration pour la race Francaise" (1842); and "Necessite de l'emigration et des avantages qu'elle procure g la mare pattie" (1843).
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