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Octave Feuillet was elected to the Academie Francaise in 1862 to succeed Scribe.
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Abolished by the National Convention of 1793, re-established in 1795, reformed by the first Napoleon in 1803, and remodelled in 1816 on the restoration of the Bourbons, the Academie Francaise, despite its changes of fortune, name, and government, is a liberal and splendid institution.
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To fill one of the forty fauteuils of the Academie Francaise is the darling ambition of every eminent Frenchman of letters.
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Frightful murder in the Rue du Faubourg St. Antoine-state of the Bourse-latest despatches from the seat of war-prize poem crowned by the Academie Francaise-news of the day, M'sieur!
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Moi, monsieur, moi j'ai decouvert le seul moyen de diriger les ballons, et pas une academie n'est venue a mon secours, pas une ville n'a rempli mes listes de souscription, pas un gouvernement n'a voulu m'entendre!
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The members of the _Academie francaise (French Academy) were granted pensions by Louis XIV and even reckoned Newton among their honorary members.
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For a philosophical statement of reasons why the struggle was more bitter and the attempt at deceptive compromises more absurd in England than elsewhere, see Maury, L'Ancienne Academie des Sciences, second edition, p. 152.
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M. Conti, however, like many other ingenious men, is not rich; and he has applied to the Academie des Sciences, for pecuniary assistance, and a very favourable report has been made upon his request.
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In the Academie des Sciences, at Paris, in 1702, there was mentioned the case of a woman who was delivered of a boy; in the placenta was discovered a sort of bladder which was found to contain a female fetus of the age of from four to five months; and in 1729, before the same society, there was an instance in which two fetuses were born a day apart, one aged forty days and the other at full term.
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Winslow reported before the Academie Royale des Sciences the history of a girl of twelve who died at the Hotel-Dieu in 1733.
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In Paris, at the Academie des Sciences, on September 6, 1830, there was presented by Madame Hen, a midwife, a living male child with four legs, the anus being nearly below the middle of the third buttock; and the scrotum between the two left thighs, the testicles not yet descended.
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Vidal presented before the Academie de Medecine in 1886 a twisted horn from the head of a woman.
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Rouhuot sent a description and drawing of some monstrous nails to the Academie des Sciences de Paris.
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There were two cases typical of fetal dentition shown before the Academie de Medecine de Paris.
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Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire presented to the Academie des Sciences in 1830 a child with four legs and feet who was in good health.
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He further wrote Zibeline, a most brilliant romance (1892) with an Introduction by Jules Claretie; crowned by the Academie Francaise.
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In contrast to the stifling of the imagination, it is good to recall the story of the great Hermite who, having listened to the discussion of the Monday sitting at the Academie des Sciences (Insitut de France) as to the best way to teach the "young idea how to shoot" in the direction of mathematical genius, said: "_Cultivez l'imagination, messieurs.
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The Colonel's revelations had to be made in a lower tone, while his hostess endeavored to bring back the conversation to the charming reply made by M. Renan to the somewhat insipid address of a member of the Academie. "We sha'n't hear anything more now," said Colette, with a sigh.
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Yet this elderly person had once taken the medal and the traveling scholarship; he had composed the first cantata crowned by the Institut at the time of the re-establishment of the Academie de Rome; he was M. Sylvain Pons, in fact-M. Sylvain Pons, whose name appears on the covers of well-known sentimental songs trilled by our mothers, to say nothing of a couple of operas, played in 1815 and 1816, and divers unpublished scores.
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Often shall you meet in Paris some Pons, some Elie Magus, dressed badly enough, with his face turned from the rising sun (like the countenance of the perpetual secretary of the Academie), apparently heeding nothing, conscious of nothing, paying no attention to shop-windows nor to fair passers-by, walking at random, so to speak, with nothing in his pockets, and to all appearance an equally empty head.
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Examples of Academie

Example #1
Especially after the fall of the Empire had removed a powerful motive for gilding the vices of aristocratic society, he painted its hard and selfish qualities as none of his contemporaries could have done.
Example #2
He died December 29, 1890.
Example #3
It consists of forty members, whose office it is to compile the great dictionary, and to enrich, purify, and preserve the language.
Example #4
How dreary 'tis for women to sit still On winter nights by solitary fires, And hear the nations praising them far off.
Example #5
There the poet, the philosopher, the historian, the man of science, sit side by side, and meet on equal ground.
Example #6
It awards prizes for poetry, eloquence, and virtue; and it bestows those honors with a noble impartiality that observes no distinction of sex, rank, or party.