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  • In no other country of Europe was there at the close of the 16th century a geographical establishment capable of competing with the Dutch towns or with Sanson, but the number of those who produced maps, in many instances based upon original surveys, was large.
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  • These corrected longitudes were not yet available for the maps produced by Nicolas Sanson of Abbeville, since 1627.
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  • Nicolas de Fer, the great rival of Sanson, W.
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  • Riester and Sanson in an appendix to the sixth volume of the French translation of Meckel's Anatomy, 1829); 2.
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  • CHARLES HENRI SANSON (b.
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  • 1739), public executioner of Paris from 1788 to 1795, was the son of Charles Sanson or Longval, who received in 1688 the office of executeur des hautes oeuvres de Paris, which became hereditary in his family.
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  • Sanson's brothers exercised the same trade in other towns.
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  • In the last days of 1789 Gorsas in the Courrier de Paris accused Sanson of harbouring a Royalist press in his house.
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  • Sanson was brought to trial, but acquitted, and Gorsas withdrew the accusation.
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  • After the execution of Louis XVI., a statement by Sanson was inserted in the Thermometre politique (13th February 1793) in contradiction of the false statements made in respect of the king's behaviour when confronted with death.
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  • There is no record of the elder Sanson's death.
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  • Other Memoires of Sanson, edited by A.
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  • "Sanson."
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  • Nicolas Sanson >>
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  • The Christian governments either uttered useless and impotent complaints at Constantinople, or endeavoured to negotiate directly with Algiers, as in the case of the negotiations of Sanson Napollon during the ministry of Richelieu.
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  • Sanson, Thouret.
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  • Sanson have their origin in the apocryphal Memoires pour servir a l'histoire de la Revolution Francaise par Sanson (2 vols., 1829; another ed., 1831), of which a few pages of introduction emanate from Balzac, and some other matter from Lheritier de l'Ain.
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