Society for the Study of French History’s 27th Annual Conference at Cardiff University
Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
In February 1843, Antoine Gardelaud, a former public servant, submitted to the General Department of Print Shops and Bookstores (in the Ministry of the Interior) an intent to publish a monthly periodical called La Chaire catholique (Catholic pulpit).i He named himself as sole owner and Caubet as printer. As its name indicated, this periodical centered on preaching and promised to publish good Catholic sermons from all over France and Rome.
Dougherty, M. Patricia, "The July Government and the Parisian Catholic Press, 1830-1848" (2013). History | Faculty Presentations. 3.