A. Aubry published a paper entitled "Les Logarithmes avant Neper" in the 1906 edition of L'Enseignement Mathématique signed simply "A. Aubry (Beaugency, Loiret)". Does anyone know what the A. stood for (perhaps Auguste?) or anything more about this A. Aubry?
The only other reference I've found is that it may have been the same A. Aubry that wrote the forward to "Carrés Magiques au degré n" by Général Cazalas but this is pure conjecture.
Thanks in advance for any insight.