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François de Cauvigny de Colomby

François de Cauvigny, sieur de Colomby[1] (Caen, c. 1588 - 1648) was a French poet, translator, conseiller du roi and "orateur du roi pour les discours d'État".

Biography

De Colomby was a relation of Malherbe[2]

Works

  • Les Plaintes de la captive Caliston à l'invincible Aristarque (1605) - his main work.
  • Discours presenté au Roy avant son partement pour aller assieger Sedan (1606)
  • Actions de grâces à Dieu pour les mariages du Roy et de Madame, et pour tous les heureux succès de la régence de la Reine (1612)
  • Observations politiques, topographiques et historiques sur Online text
  • Réfutation de l'astrologie judiciaire (1614)
  • L'Histoire universelle de Trogue Pompée, réduite en abrégé par Justin et traduite en françois par le sieur de Collomby-Cauvigny (1616) - a prose work, long esteemed before falling into disuse.
  • Lettre à monseigneur le chancelier, par messire François de Cauvigny, seigneur de Coulomby, conseiller du roi (1624)
  • De l'autorité des roys : premier discours (1631)
  • Discours panégyrique au roi, par messire François de Cauvigny, seigneur de Coulomby, conseiller du roi en ses conseils, et son orateur pour les discours d'État (1631)

References

External links

  • Académie française

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