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Born in Saint-Étienne, Jean-Louis Taberd was ordained priest in Lyon in 1817. Jean-Louis Taberd first went to Penang and then Calcutta, where, with the help of Lord Auckland and the Asiatic Society he was able to publish his. — “Jean-Louis Taberd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
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Pigneau de Behaine's dictionary was published in 1838 by Mgr Jean-Louis Taberd. His work, Dictionarium Anamitico-Latinum, would be published in 1838 by Mgr Jean-Louis Taberd.. — “Pigneau de Behaine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org