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Guichard translated literature and treatises from English.
She is known for her French versions of some of Samuel Johnson's works and for the translation of David Hume's histories. The latter in particular were published in separate editions.
secondary bibliography references
P. Larousse, ed., Grand Dictionnaire universel du XIXe siècle, vol. II, Paris, 1867, p. 525.
P. Gibbard, 'Royalist and Radical: Octavie Belot on Rousseau and the Social Order', in L. Curtis-Wendlandt, P. Gibbard and K. Green, eds., Political Ideas of Enlightenment Women: Virtue and Citizenship, London, Ashgate Publishing, 2013, pp. 33-49.
K. Green, 'Locke, Enlightenment and Liberty in the works of Catharine Macaulay and Her Contemporaries' in J. Broad and K. Detlefsen, eds., Women and Liberty, 1600-1800: Philosophical Essays, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2017, pp. 82-87.