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Lacombe, Jacques, 1724-1811

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Personal name headingLacombe, Jacques, 1724-1811
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Variant(s)Lacombe, M. (Jacques), 1724-1811
Lacombe, 1724-1811
La Combe, Jacques, 1724-1811
M. L**, 1724-1811
L**, M., 1724-1811
Other standard no.0000000108816299
Associated placeZweibrücken (Germany)
LocatedParis (France)
AddressQuai de Conti Rue Christine (, près la rue Dauphine ; au bureau des journaux) Rue de Tournon (, près le Luxembourg) À l'Arsenal Rue de Bourbon-Villeneuve Paris France
Birth date1724
Death date18110716
Place of birthParis (France)
Place of deathParis (France)
Field of activityLaw--France French literature--18th century Art criticism Booksellers and bookselling Publishers and publishing Printing Journalism
AffiliationFrance. Parlement (Paris)
Profession or occupationLawyers Authors, French--18th century Art critics Booksellers and bookselling Publishers and publishing Printers Journalists
Found inHis Abrégé chronologique de l'histoire ancienne des empires ... 1757: t.p. (M. Lacombe)
His Dictionnaire portatif des beaux-arts, 1752: t.p. (M. L**, avocat)
Voltaire. Les Scythes, 1767: title page (A Paris : Chez Lacombe, libraire, quai de Conti)
Bib. nat. (Lacombe, Jacques, avocat)
BnF, Apr. 15, 2014 (Lacombe, Jacques (1724-1811); born 1724, son of a Parisian grocer, died 1811-07-16, Paris; trained in law, lawyer in the Parlement de Paris; art critic and man of letters; author of numerous articles and lyric works; compiler and editor of several dictionaries; admitted as bookseller in November 1765; specialized in publication of periodicals, including the Mercure and the Gazette des Deux-Ponts (Zweibrücken, Germany); declared bankruptcy, May, 1778 and afterwards worked mainly as editor for the Encyclopédie méthodique of Panckoucke; addresses in Paris, 1765-1788?: Quai de Conti; Rue Christine (, près la rue Dauphine ; au bureau des journaux); Rue de Tournon (, près le Luxembourg); À l'Arsenal; Rue de Bourbon-Villeneuve)
Dict. des journalistes 1600-1789 (WWW), Apr. 15, 2014 (Jacques LACOMBE (1724-1811), born 1724, died July 16, 1811 (one source has 1801); studied law in Paris, member of the bar, then turned to literature and art criticism; became a bookseller, then a printer, but was only admitted as bookseller in 1765 and the first work from his printing shop is dated 1766; publisher of periodicals, acquiring a dozen before the bankruptcy of 1778; detailed account of his career as publisher of periodicals)
OCLC data base, 5/9/90 (hdg.: Lacombe, Jacques, 1724-1811; La Combe, Jacques, 1724-1811)
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