and b; his editioii of " Maclxberol^ ItbieL Bj Tehadah ben Slieloxi^o Alkharizi/' 1872. He is also tJi.e ^i^^ of Tarious literary and. poll- ^writinffs.
CHERBULIEZ, Victor, son. of ^professor of Hebrew at O-exLe^v^k, hs born in that city in 1832. SAa 4nt essay in literature ^n^as suol an.- taquanan trifle> entitled " A pxopoa d'on Cheval, Canaeries AtVierLJ- enpfs," 1860, reprinted, in X864c under the title of " TJn. OHeval de Phidias." Alxmt 1862 Ixe set^ed. in Paris, where be published a n.\mil>eT of noYels, many of wliicii appeared originally in the Goliminja of tlie ISeviM d€* J>€fVLX Jfcm,des. Ajnong them are "Le Comte Xoatia," 1863; "Le Prince Vitale,'* 1804, ; " P^anle Merc," 1864; "Lie Koxnan d'une honnftte Femme," 1866 ; " X.e Orand (EuTie," 1867; "Prosper Ban- doce/' 1868 ; ** li' Adventure de Ladislaa Bolski," 1869 ; '* Xie Fiance de Mademoiselle de Saint>-Maur/' 1876; and "L.T[dtede Jean T^teroV 1878, which was translated into £ngliBb under the title of "The Wish of his Liife/* M- Cherbuliez has obtained French citizenship. On May 25, 1882, he was received into the French Academy as the 8acc^»or of M. l>ufaure.
Cka&uss, a French politician, was
bom at Orthez (Basses-Pyrenees)
April, 1820, and educated at Pan.
Formerly he was a dealer in hams
and tissues at Bayonne, at first in
partnership with his father, but hd
aiterwardshanded over the manage
Toent of the business, though still
long that em- only d in den- ove-
date, under the Empire, for the representation of the second cir- oonscription of the Basses-Pyre- nees. His candidature was sue- cessful, and he was re-elected in 1869. At the elections of Jan. 1872 he was again returned to the I^ational Assembly for the Basses- Pyrenees, and he now took his seat among the monarchical majority. fie acted a most prominent part in the monarchical negotiations in Oct. 1873. A member of the Committee of Nine, he was sent to the Count de Chambord, at Salzbiirg, in order to arrange with him the conditions of a monarchical restoration. M. Chesnelong took back a satisfactory account of his interview with the Pretender, and preparations were being made for the entry of the King into Paris when the manifesto of the 27th of October cast disorder and carried desolation into the Legi- timist camp. At the general elec- tions of Feb. 20, 1876, he was again chosen as Deputy for the arron- dissement of Orthez, but the Cham- ber invalidated the election, and when M. Chesnelong sought the suffrages of the electors a second time he was defeated by his Repub- lican opponent, M. Vignancourt (May 21, 1876). A few months later (Nov. 24, 1876) he was elected a senator for life. M. Chesnelong has taken a leading part in all Catholic movements, both in and out of Parliament. He accom- panied the pilgrimage to Paray-le- Monial, in honour of the Sacred Heart, and he subscribed the ad- dress of the Catholic Deputies to Pope Pius IX. He was president of the general assemblies of the Catholic Committees of France, held at Paris in 1874 and 1875. He is Vice-President of the Conseil General of the Basses- Pyrenees.
CHESTER, Bishop of. (See Jacobson, Db.) pro- CHEVREAU, Jules HENBi,was fter- born at Belleville (Seine), April 28, and 1823, and educated by his father, ^ndi- who was then schoolmaster and