Joseph-Marie Quérard

Joseph Marie Quérard was a French bibliographer.
Renée-Élisabeth Marlié
Renée-Élisabeth Marlié was an 18th-century French engraver
Maurice Froyez
Alexandre Casimir Maurice Froyez was a French actor, author and journalist, mostly remembered as show organiser and playwright as well as for his friendly bonds with Edmond Rostand
Edmé-François Mallet
Edmé-François Mallet, also abbé Mallet, was an 18th-century French theologian and encyclopédiste
Fabio Sticotti
Fabio Sticotti was an 18th-century Parisian comic actor. The husband of opera singer Ursula Astori, he arrived in Paris in 1716 and began acting only in 1733, in the role of Pantalone. He was a member of the Comédie
Nicolas Boindin
Nicolas Boindin was an 18th-century French writer and playwright
Louis-François Jauffret
Louis-François Jauffret was an 18th–19th-century French educator, poet and fabulist. Gaspard-André Jauffret, bishop of Metz, Jean-Baptiste Jauffret, director of the imperial institution of the deaf in St. Petersburg and Joseph Jauffret, master of
Pierre-Thomas-Nicolas Hurtaut
Pierre-Thomas-Nicolas Hurtaut was an 18th-century French historian and writer
Louis-Charles-Joseph Rey
Louis-Charles-Joseph Rey was a French classical cellist, the brother of Jean-Baptiste Rey
Nicolas Soret
Nicolas Soret was a French catholic priest, poet and playwright. In 1606, he published La Ceciliade, ou le Martyre sanglant de sainte Cecile, patronne des musiciens, choirs set in music by Abraham Blondet, Paris, Rezé, 1606
Andrei Simonov
Andrei Dmitrievich Simonov was a Russian Armed Forces major general serving as Chief of the Electronic Warfare Troops of the 2nd Army of the Western Military District