BENEDICT HENRI REVOIL
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A French novelist and dramatist; born in Aix (Bouches-du-Rhone), Dec. 16, 1816. He lived in the United States for nine years, during which time he collected the material for many of his works. They include: "Hunting and Fishing of the Other World" (1856); "The Daughter of the Comanches"; and "Dramas from the New World" (1864-65), a number of plays which he put on the stage in the United States, and afterwards published in France.
By Charles Dudley Warner