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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 2)

The Imperial dictionary of universal biography: a series of original memoirs of distinguished men, of all ages and all nations (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

The Imperial dictionary of universal biography: a series of original memoirs of distinguished men, of all ages and all nations (Volume 2)

The Imperial dictionary of universal biography: a series of original memoirs of distinguished men, of all ages and all nations (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

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B. * DALLAS, Rev. Alexander Robert Charles, son of Robert Charles Dallas, entered when young the British army, served through


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E. L. FOURIER, Fean Cj^ois Marie Charles, a famous preacher of socialism, who has been called by Lerminier the Pythagoras


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Austria, son of the Archduke Francis Charles and of Princess Sophie of Bavaria, and grandson of Francis I., was born


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1861.-F. M. * Frederick William Nicholas Charles, son of the afore-mentioned Frederick William Louis, regent of Prussia, was born 18th


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of the house is Prince Leopold Charles of Fugger-Babenhausen, born October 4, 1827. The ftimily has now entirely lost its


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Augustus Wio-iam, elder brother of Julius Charles, was born at Rome, and died there on the 18th February, 1834.


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in 1857. -W. S. J. JACOB DE Saint-Charles, Louis, was bom at Chalons-sur-Saone in 1608, and died at Paris in


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king. On the 16th of July Charles made a triumphal entry into the city of Rheims, and on the following