Joseph-François-Nicolas Dusaulchoy de Bergemont

Joseph-François-Nicolas Dusaulchoy de Bergemont (21 February 1760 – 25 July 1835) was a French playwright, writer and journalist.

Dusaulchoy first spent some time in Holland, where he cooperated with the editorial board of the ''Gazette d’Amsterdam''. Back in France, he embraced with enthusiasm the principles of the French Revolution and wrote successively for the ''Courrier national'', '''', for ''Les Révolutions de France et de Brabant'' from July to December 1791 following the departure of Camille Desmoulins, for the ''Semaine politique et littéraire'' during the first trimester of 1792, then, under the 1st Républic, for ''le Batave'' or ''le Sans-culotte''.

Jailed during the Reign of Terror, he was released after the and towards the end of 1796, entered the offices of the police ministry where he was responsible for monitoring newspapers. After he was no longer in that position, he was attached to the direction of the ''Journal des arts, des sciences et de la littérature'', then to that of the ''Courrier de l’Europe'', which later was incorporated into the ''Journal de Paris''. Provided by Wikipedia
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