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  Jean de La Fontaine - Wikipedia
Nonostante fosse di spirito indipendente, visse quasi tutta la sua vita sotto la protezione dei nobili dell'epoca.
Dopo pochi anni (1658) si separò dalla moglie e si trasferì a Parigi, dove prese a condurre una vita piuttosto oziosa entrando sotto la protezione di Nicholas Fouquet, politico in auge a quell'epoca che amava circondarsi di letterati; per compiacerlo, la Fontaine scrisse per lui poemi, madrigali, commedie, libretti d'opera ecc.
La Fontaine pubblicò anche alcuni poemi, tra cui "Gli amori di Psyche" e "Adonis"; scrisse racconti tratti da Ariosto e da Boccaccio e novelle ("Contes et nouvelles en vers"); molti suoi scritti furono ispirati alle opere di Esopo, Orazio, Rabelais e Machiavelli.
it.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jean_de_La_Fontaine   (550 words)

 Some Descendants of Jean de la Fontaine - pafg10.asp - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
John Fontaine, son of Rev. James Fontaine (Huguenot), and brother of the Rev. Peter Fontaine and of the Rev. James Fontaine, clergymen of the Church of England in Virginia, was an ensign in the British army.
Mary Sabatiers Fontaine was born in 1741 in Wales.
William Sabatiers Fontaine was born in 1742 in Wales.
www.juch.org /fontaine/pafg10.asp   (5236 words)

 Complaint Against Servetus
Nicholas de la Fontaine [1] asserts that he has instituted proceedings against Michael Servetus and on this account he has allowed himself to be held prisoner in criminal process.
Said Nicholas demands that the said Servetus should be compelled to respond as to the fact of the articles here presented, without entering into dispute as to whether the doctrine is true or not, because that will appear later on.
[1] Nicholas de la Fontaine was a refugee in Geneva and entered the service of Calvin, by whom he was employed as secretary.
history.hanover.edu /texts/comserv.html   (1584 words)

 L’imprimé juridique au Québec du XVIIIe siècle à 1840
La petitesse de la communauté juridique rend aléatoire la parution d’ouvrages juridiques.
Des jugements publiés auraient favorisé une cristallisation du corpus jurisprudentiel.
Des reglemens et jugemens des gouverneurs generaux et intendans concernans la justice; et des reglemens et ordonnances de police rendues par les intendans, faisans partie de la legislature en force en la colonie du Canada, aujourd’hui province de Québec.
www.hbic.library.utoronto.ca /vol1normand_fr.htm   (7768 words)

 Beasts and Citizens Forty Fables of La Fontaine - Limited Edition - Translated by Craig Hill, Illustrated by Andrew ...
At 38, La Fontaine found himself in a glittering group of the most talented poets, dramatists, artists and intellectuals in France, most notably the young Moliére.
When La Fontaine joined Foucquet's circle, the Superintendent had just begun to build his magnificent chateau, Vaux Le Vicomte, a building that combined architecture, interior decoration and landscape architecture with an elegance and conceptual unity that was radically new to French architecture.
La Fontaine soon found other patrons to support and protect him from the king's displeasure and in 1668, four years after Fouquet's interminable trial had ended, he published his first collection of fables.
www.beastsandcitizens.com /font.htm   (660 words)

 French WebQuest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
La Fontaine est un des auteurs français les mieux connus du public.
La qualité la plus recherchée dans ces cercles mondains était <> c'est à dire la capacité de converser brillamment, de créer rapidement des vers de circonstance ou des jeux de mots.
Fouquet tomba en disgrâce, mais La Fontaine prit le risque de contrarier le roi en soutenant son protecteur.
webtech.kennesaw.edu /cbell/webquest.LaFontaine.htm   (306 words)

 Catholic Encyclopedia Articles L - BibleWiki
La Fayette, Marie Madeleine Pioche de la Vergne, Comtesse de (Catholic Encyclopedia)
La Rochejacquelein, Henri-Auguste-Georges du Vergier, Comte de (Catholic Encyclopedia)
La Salle, John Baptist de, Saint (Catholic Encyclopedia)
bible.tmtm.com /wiki/Catholic_Encyclopedia_Articles_L   (176 words)

Nicholas de la Fontaine of Normandie, France, who was part of the protestant reform movement, fled from Catholic persecution with his wife and son Nicholas to London, where they were active members of the French Reformed Church of Threadneedle Street.
Nicholas Fountaine, his wives and children are listed among the First Settlers, on pg 444.
Nicolas de la Fontaine (alias Wicart), born France, married 1st Grace; married 2nd Joanna, widow married 2nd John Brown, naturalized 1660-61 as Nicolas de la Fountaine of Wicart; denization recorded Maryland 13 July 1665.
mysterose.homestead.com /FountaineStilley.html   (894 words)

 Beasts and Citizens Forty Fables of La Fontaine - Limited Edition - Translated by Craig Hill, Illustrated by Andrew ...
La Fontaine submits a long poem, Adonis, to Foucquet.
Moliere and Charles Perrault are part of the group La Fontaine turns 38.
La Fontaine acquires new patron, Marguerite de Lorraine, Duchess of Orleans, at salary of 200 Livres per year.
www.beastsandcitizens.com /chron.htm   (504 words)

 Michael Servetus
1598), born at Villanueva de Sigena in the diocese of Huesca.
At this place is the traditional mansion of the family, and in the parish church the family altar with the family arms.
The process against him (Nicholas de la Fontaine being in the first instance the nominal prosecutor) lasted from 14th August to 26th October, when sentence "estre brusle tout vyfz" was passed, and carried out next day at Champel (October 27th, 1553).
www.nndb.com /people/511/000094229   (1407 words)

 La Reunion Articles, Dallas County, Texas
de la Fontaine Solare and her children for suit; said suit being number 8462, for partition, and alleging in substance as follows, to wit:
She sleeps peacefully in the old French cemetery, among friends and kindred, near the spot where La Reunion was watered by such floods of bitter tears.
La Pere Lagogue, a very old man, when he embarked with the colonists, was a soldier under the First Napoleon.
freepages.history.rootsweb.com /~jwheat/reunionart.html   (10155 words)

 Nicholas Boileau biography
The most distinguished of French critics in the age of Louis XIV, known as the "legislator of Parnassus." He was in criticism an incarnation of correct, commonplace common sense, a schoolmaster in careful workmanship, sworn enemy of all false sentiment and preciosity, such as marred the poetry and fiction of his immediate predecessors.
He was born in Paris, Nov. 1, 1636, studied first for the priesthood, then for the law, but found his place instinctively in the rather Bohemian literary company of Molière, La Fontaine, Racine, the philologist and realistic novelist Furetière, and the witty Ninon de l'Enclos.
He has been studied by generations because his is the art that can be learned, as Pope, his best pupil, learned it, though his own Horace might have taught him that the true poet could not be made.
www.dromo.info /boileaubio.htm   (519 words)

 La Habana Elegante - Índice
A petición de Ochún, cuento, Antonio José Ponte
La cubana Eva Lucía Portela defiende una literatura ajena al régimen.
La crítica literaria inicial de Jorge Mañach, artículo, Marta Lesmes Albis
www.habanaelegante.com /home/Indice.html   (3414 words)

 ATEL DE LA FONTAINE HOTEL à NICE — Comparer les prix et vérifier les disponibilités   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
La salle de petit dejeuner est situe au rez-de-chaussee dans un petit atrium qui s ouvre sur un petit jardin typiquement mediterraneen avec une petite fontaine.
L hotel est situe dans une petite rue avec un grand nombre de magasins et de restaurant, a  quelques pas du musee Massena et du bord de la mer.
Selon l emplacement de la chambre, malgré les vitres anti-bruit, notre sommeil a été perturbé par les bruits de la rue qui est relativement animée (restaurants et voitures).
www.alibabuy.com /hotel/ATEL+DE+LA+FONTAINE+HOTEL-NICE,11239.html   (1656 words)

 Chapter 8: THE RIGHT TO HERESY or How JOHN CALVIN Killed A Conscience
Truly spiritual deeds cannot be performed by a fanatic, and are at the command only of one who, in silence and calm, has learned self-control and moderation.
This gross calumny, that a man whose life had been passed in apostolic poverty had sold his pen, and that the advocate of toleration was a salaried agitator on behalf of the papacy, was voiced by permission, nay, by encouragement, of the leaders in Geneva.
Thus betwixt night and morning Calvin's and de Beze's vague assertions that Castellio was a focus of the most dangerous heresies had been given substantial support by the disclosure of his intimacy with David Joris and Bernardino Ochino.
www.gospeltruth.net /heresy/heresy_chap8.htm   (8344 words)

 Jean de La Fontaine Fables Online - The Gold Scales
The Duke de la Rochefoucauld, to whom it was dedicated, was the author of the famous "Reflexions et Maximes Morales," which La Fontaine praises in the last lines of his fable.
[13] Lady's zone.—One of La Fontaine's commentators remarks on this passage that it is no exaggeration of the foppishness of the times in which the poet wrote, and cites the instance that the canons of St. Martin of Tours wore mirrors on their shoes, even while officiating in church.
The name used by La Fontaine is "Messer Gaster." To which he puts a footnote stating that he meant "L'estomac." He took the name from Rabelais, Book 4.
oaks.nvg.org /lg2ra12.html   (7164 words)

 The History of Protestantism by J. A. Wylie
The inhabitants of the little town and of the adjacent country were sleeping soundly, and no one dreamt of the cruel deed that was about to cut short the life of a man who might have shone in the first rank in a great monarchy.
On one occasion, in the Val de Ruz, in the mountains that overhang the Lake of Neuchatel, the Reformer was seized and beaten almost to death.
Pierre de la Baume had but little heart for the task, but it was enjoined upon him under a threat which he trembled to incur, and so, provided with an armed escort, he returned (lst July, 1533) to Geneva.
www.whatsaiththescripture.com /Voice/History.Protestant.v2.b14.html   (15198 words)

 The Complaint of Nicholas de la Fontaine - SIS
The Complaint of Nicholas de la Fontaine - SIS
Nicholas de la Fontaine asserts that he has instituted proceedings against Michael Servetus and on this account he has allowed himself to be held prisoner in criminal process.
In the first place that about twenty-four years ago the defendant commenced to annoy the churches of Germany with his errors and heresies, and was condemned and took to flight in order to escape the punishment prepared for him
www.servetus.org /en/michael-servetus/biography/complaint-nicolas.htm   (1585 words)

 APCM - L’Association des professionnels de la chanson et de la musique: Garolou
APCM - L’Association des professionnels de la chanson et de la musique: Garolou
Garolou, ce sont cinq musiciens et chanteurs, des paroles de chansons tirées du folklore et une musique des plus énergique, du rock progressif comme il ne s’en fait plus.
Copyright 2005 APCM - L’Association des professionnels de la chanson et de la musique.
www.apcm.ca /fr/Produits_14/610.html   (150 words)

 ~ MY CHAUVIN MEN ~   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Notable additions to the list are the Talon brothers, survivors of the La Salle massacre of 1687.
The original list is in the Archives du Port de Rochefort, France.
Nicholas Chauvin at 32yrs.was excuted Oct.25/28 1768 for conspiracy against the Spanish Crown.
www.expage.com /page/chauvin   (157 words)

 Poetas desde la A hasta la Z: Letra B
La cabellera le cae con donaire hasta los hombros desnudos tierna
Una fogarada dispersa después de un advenedizo rayo
De los signos que aparesçeran ante del juiçio
www.portaldepoesia.com /Poetas_b.htm   (593 words)

 Érudit | RON n28 2002 : Nicholls : Goethe, Romanticism and the Anglo-American Critical Tradition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
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According to critics like Walter Benjamin and Nicholas Boyle, it was the tragic events depicted in The Sorrows of Young Werther, combined with its extraordinarily effective depiction of solipsistic subjectivity, which led to the novel's almost unprecedented success.
Nicholas Boyle observes of Goethe’s novel: “It was because it so perfectly understood and represented the pathology and the crisis of contemporary sentimentality that Werther became a European success” Boyle 1: 168.
www.erudit.org /revue/ron/2002/v/n28/007207ar.html   (9784 words)

Anna La Fontaine, nee Poncelet, died at the ripe age of 98 years, 2 months and 17 days.
The deceased was born at Battincourt in the extreme southeastern part of the Belgian Province of Luxemburg, Europe on the sixth day of March 1821 just at the dividing line between the German (Luxemburger) and French (Walloon) languages.
With her husband Francois La Fontaine she came to this country in 1847 directly to the town of Belgium where her brothers already had settled.
possley.family-history.com /annafont.htm   (395 words)

 Fables of La Fontaine, The   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
initials stand for "To M. De Maucroix," Canon of Rheims, an early and late friend and patron of the poet.
La Fontaine owed to Malherbe's works the happy inspiration which led him to write poetry.
Honorat de Bueil, Marquis de Racan, was born at La Roche Racan in 1589.
www.manybooks.net /pages/lafontaineetext058ffab10/75.html   (207 words)

 Chapter 5: THE RIGHT TO HERESY or How JOHN CALVIN Killed A Conscience
The worthy Nicholas went quietly to prison instead of his master, after he had handed the authorities an indictment consisting of twenty-three points (a document compiled, of course, by Calvin).
The court decided that he should remain under arrest, while his accuser, Nicholas de la Fontaine, was to be set at liberty.
Next Sunday, however, clad in his fl cassock, he entered the pulpit to boast of the deed before a silent congregation, declaring it to have been a great deed and a just one, although he had not dared to watch the pitiful spectacle.
www.gospeltruth.net /heresy/heresy_chap5.htm   (5440 words)

 Web Map - SIS
Análisis del caso de Miguel Servet 450 años después
La escena de la ejecución descrita por Sir William Osler
Las creencias teológicas de Miguel Servet según Peter Hughes
servetus.org /en/suport/web-map.htm   (123 words)

 Some Descendants of Jean de la Fontaine - Name Index - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Marian Fontaine b.1896 - Stuart, Patrick Co., VA Mary Atkinson -
Charles Fontaine b.1806 - Henry Co., VA Eliza Ann b.1800 - Henry Co., VA Elizabeth b.1836 - VA Henry Bolling Jr.
Charles de la Boulay b.1779 - Richmond, VA Charles de la Boulay b.1838 - "Fontainebleau", King William Co., VA Charles de la Boulay b.1817 - Greenwood, Henry Co., VA Charles Stewart -
www.juch.org /fontaine/index3.asp   (3295 words)

 [ Michael Servetus Institute] [Trial of Servetus]
The allegation against Servetus was not submitted by Calvin in person, but through a front man named Nicholas de la Fontaine.
On October 26 of 1553, the Council issued its judgement against Servetus ordering him to be burnt alive in the hill of Champel.
The judgment stated that Servetus was guilty for having printed "twenty-three or twenty-four" years ago a book (“De Trinitatis Erroribus”) that contained blasphemies against the Trinity and for having corrupted Christians and spread his antitrinitarian heresy in a later work (“Christianismi Restitutio”).
www.miguelservet.org /servetus/trial.htm   (1750 words)

 Hotel Hôtel de la Fontaine Nice - Venere.com
Hotel De La Fontaine is located on a narrow street one block away and parallel to Promenade des Anglais.
Staying at the Hotel De la Fontaine was an excellent experience.
It was only an overnight stop, but it had everything we needed- easy access to the airport, near restaurants, but not noisy and very near to the Promenade des Anglaises.
www.venere.com /hotel/?lg=en&htid=15932&action=user_rating   (737 words)

 Was the early church 'Oneness' Pentecostal?
And he commanded them to do the deed of the flesh in the bodies of clay, and they knew not how to commit sin.
The erring followers and sacrilegious masters of this sect hold and teach that they are not subject to the lord pope or Roman pontiff or to any prelates of the Roman Church, declaring that the Roman Church has persecuted and condemned them unjustly and undeservedly.
This is the mentality of bigotry, which ascribes all deeds committed by a member of a group to the group as a whole.
thriceholy.net /earlychurch.html   (8378 words)

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