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Pierre Marie Auguste Broussonet (28 February 1761 – 17 January 1807), French naturalist, was born at Montpellier. His father, François Broussonet (1722-1792), was a physician and professor of medicine at famous Université de Montpellier. His brother, Victor, studied there and later became its dean. Henri Fouquet (1727-1806), a professor at the medical school, was a relative, as was Jean-Antoine Chaptal (1756-1832), who subsequently became minister of the interior.

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[London] : Prostat Londini apud Petr. Elmsly. Parisiis apud P. Franc. Didot, Juni. Viennæ et Lipsiæ apud Rudolph. Græffer. Lugduni Batav. apud Andr. Koster et soc., 1782
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Uniform title: Geschichte der entdeckungen und schiffahrten im Norden. French
by Forster, Johann Reinhold, 1729-1798
A Paris : Chez Cuchet, 1788
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