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Jules-Henry de Tully (1 May 1798 – 12 July 1846) was a French librettist and playwright.

Life


A deputy Commissioner of the king at the Monnaie de Paris, a member of the Société Lyrique,[1] an administrator of the Théâtre du Luxembourg,[2] he was co-founder of the Théâtre Beaumarchais (1835) with Théodore Ferdinand Vallou de Villeneuve.[3]

His theatre plays, often signed with the collective pseudonym Charles Henri[4] were presented on the most famous Parisian stages of the 19th century, including the Théâtre du Palais-Royal, the Théâtre de la Porte Saint-Antoine, and the Théâtre du Vaudeville.

An editor at La Psyché, he also authored several songs.[5]

Works


  • 1822: Les Dames Martin, ou le Mari, la femme et la veuve, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act, with Gabriel-Alexandre Belle
  • 1825: L'Exilé, vaudeville in 2 acts, after Old Mortality by Walter Scott, with Théodore Anne and Achille d'Artois
  • 1827: Le Mari par intérim, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act, with Fulgence de Bury and Charles Nombret Saint-Laurent
  • 1827: L'Orpheline et l'héritière, comédie en vaudevilles en 2 acts, with Théodore Anne
  • 1828: M. Rossignol, ou le Prétendu de province, folie-vaudeville en 1 act, with Félix-Auguste Duvert
  • 1829: L'humoriste, vaudeville in 1 act, with Fulgence de Bury and Charles Dupeuty
  • 1831: Le Fils du colonel, drama in 1 act, mingled with couplets
  • 1831: La Plus belle nuit de la vie, comédie en vaudeville in 1 act, with Desvergers and Charles Varin
  • 1833: Le Singe et l'adjoint, folie-vaudeville in 1 act, with Duvert
  • 1836: L'Amour et l'homoeopathie, vaudeville in 2 acts, with Adolphe Jadin and Alphonse Salin
  • 1837: Le Chemin de fer de Saint-Germain, A-propos-vaudeville in 1 act, with Jean Pierre Charles Perrot de Renneville
  • 1837: Zizine, ou l'École de déclamation, vaudeville in 1 act
  • 1939: Le Plus court chemin, comedy in 1 act, mingled with couplets
  • 1840: Misère et génie, drama in 1 act, with A. Desroziers
  • 1841: La Mère et l'enfant se portent bien, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act, with Alfred Desroziers and Dumanoir
  • 1844: Les fils de télémaque, vaudeville in 1 act, with Jautard
  • 1848: Les Fils de Télémaque, vaudeville in 1 act, with Armand-Numa Jautard
  • 1867: Qu'est c'que ça me fait, ou tout est pour le mieux, comédie en vaudevilles in 1 act, (posthumous)
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