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Anne-Louise Élie de Beaumont, née Morin du Ménil, an heiress, was born in Caen in Normandy in 1729. She married Jean-Baptiste-Jacques Élie de Beaumont, a lawyer from Calas who famously defended the rights of French Protestants. She became one of the small company of 18th-century women who published fiction during the French ancien régime. She was the author of the 1761 epistolary novel Lettres du marquis de Roselle (English translation, History of the Marquis de Roselle) and the third volume of Anecdotes de la cour et du règne d’Édouard II, roi d’Angleterre (Stories of the Court and the Reign of Edward II, King of England, 1776) -- Claudine Guérin de Tencin had written the first two volumes.
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