(1842); Chiala (Turin, 1852); Nollet-Fabert (1854); Giorgio Briano (1854); Bourdon (1868); Rivieri (1899-1901).
FRANCOIS LOUIS BOURDON (d.
1797), known as Bourdon De L'OIsE, French revolutionist, was procureur at the parlement of Paris.
In the council of Five Hundred, Bourdon belonged to the party of "Clichyens," composed of disguised royalists, against whom the directors made the coup d'etat of the 18th Fructidor.
Bourdon was arrested and deported to French Guiana, where he died soon after his arrival.