Lacroix, Bonaparte en Egypte (Paris, 1899); A.
Lacroix - as were capable of appreciating them.
De Lacroix (1706-1767), gave, under the title Nosologia methodica, a natural-history classification of diseases; Jean Astruc (1684-1766) contributed to the knowledge of general diseases.
De Bresetz; Les Charlatans modernes, ou lettres sur le charlatanisme academique (1791); Les Aventures du comte Potowski (published in 1847 by Paul Lacroix, the "bibliophile Jacob"); Lettres polonaises (unpublished).
His complete works, edited by Lacroix and Quinet, were published at Brussels in 7 vols.
Du mobilier, "Serrurerie" and "Orfevrerie," (1858 &c.); Lacroix, Tresor de S.
Lacroix and A.
Paul Lacroix, the Rabelaisian legend does not so much err in principle as it invents in fact.