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Rochefort Lucay Henri Marquisde

Rochefort-Lucay, Henri, Marquis de (b. 1830), a French revolutionist of noble birth, began life as a journalist, and has a reputation as a brilliant writer, a collection of his articles being published in 1868. He started La Lanterne, was imprisoned and fined, became a deputy, fought many duels, and was deported to New Caledonia in 1871 as a convict for his share in the Commune. He escaped in 1874, was amnestied, and returned to Paris, but after the Boulanger episode settled in London, whence he now conducts the Paris Intransigeant.