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The Imperial dictionary of universal biography: a series of original memoirs of distinguished men, of all ages and all nations (Volume 1)

The Imperial dictionary of universal biography: a series of original memoirs of distinguished men, of all ages and all nations (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

The Imperial dictionary of universal biography: a series of original memoirs of distinguished men, of all ages and all nations (Volume 1)

The Imperial dictionary of universal biography: a series of original memoirs of distinguished men, of all ages and all nations (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

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while in the service of Frederic Charles, elector of Mayence, he attracted the attention of the Emperor Joseph II., and


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Charles- Frederick, at first margrave, subsequently elec-tor, and finally grand-didce of Baden, bom at Carlsruhe, 22nd


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the Metamorphoses of Ond, as Pierre Charles, grandson of Mamice (1759-


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me." Here they met Pjince Frederick Charles, and the final arrangements were made for the battle of next day, the


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of the Tmlleries, and Napoleon Joseph Charles, of whose character we have briefly spoken below.


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C. BROJLIE, Acni Li.B Leonce Victor Charles, due de, son of Prince Claude Victor de Bioglie, who, fur having, while


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* CAMBRIDGE, H.R.H. George William Frederick Charles, Duke of, son of the preceding, and therefore first cousin to Queen Victoria,


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a bad sovereign.-J. T. CHARLES-EDWARD Louis Philip Casimir Stuart, called THE Pretender, was the grandson of James II., the exiled


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the palace to his successor Thierry IV. Charles was soon after attacked by the Suevians, Frisians, Alemanni, and the adherents


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Walter Scott.)-J. T. CHARLES OF Lorraine. See Lorraine.


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abdication of his father, Victor Amadeus I. Charles, who was a wanior prince, joined France and Spain in the war


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taxation.-R. M., A. CHARLES FELIX, Giuseppe Mario, King of Sardinia, was born in 1765. He was the fourth son of


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July, 1849.-E. A. H. CHARLES, Jacques Alexandre Cesar, a famous French natural philosopher, bom at Beaugency in 1746, died at


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spirited. He died in 1754.-Charles Nicholas, was his son, and is called tlie Younger. He was born in Paris in