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Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Source : Internet Archive

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Source : Internet Archive

Results : CHARLES


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Nouvelle Biographie G^nfirale." Abbatucci, (Jacques Pierre Charles,) a French lawyer, born in Corsica in 1791, was a grandson of Carlo


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Adam, S'dfi N', (Adolphe Charles,) a popular composer, born in Paris in 1803, was a son of Jean


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Albert, d', (Eugen Francis Charles,) composer, born at Glasgow, of French parents, in 1864. He gained high distinction


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Alvensleben, von, (Philip Charles,) Count, a f'.iplomatist in the service of Prussia, born at Hanover in 1745,


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Arsenne, t R'sgn', (Louis Charles,) a French painter, born in Paris in 1790, was a pupil of David.


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Aspre, d', dtsp R, (Constant Ghilain Charles van Hoobrouck-vtn h5'b R6wk,) Baron, a general, born at Ghent in 1754. He


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Aubry, (Philippe Charles,) a French translator and poet, born at Versailles in 1744, was a teacher


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Aubry, (Claude Charles,) a French general, bom at Bourg-en-Bresse in 1773. For his services on the


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Aubry, (Jacques Charles,) a French jurist, born m


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Augereau, (Pierre Francjois Charles,) Due de Castiglione, (kts'tig'le'on',) a celebrated F"reiich general, born in Paris in


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" Histoire Universelle." Aviler, t've'li', (Augustin Charles,) a French architect, born in Paris in 1653, studied in Rome, with the


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Bailleul, bi'yul' or bt'e-yu K, (Jacques Charles,) a French advocate, born near Havre in 1762, was a moderate member of


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Baquoy, (Pierre Charles,) son of Jean Charles, noticed above, was born in Paris in 1759. His


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Baquoy, bt'kwy, (Jean Charles,) a French engraver, born in Paris in 1721. He executed the vignettes for


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artist and an instructor, Beckwith, (John Charles,) an English general and philanthropist, born in 1790. He served on the staff


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Berthelin, b^Rt'l^N', (Pierre Charles,) a Frencn writer on lexicography, born in Paris about 1720, died in 1780.


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Berthot, b SR'to', (Clement Louis Charles,) a French writer, born in Haute-Marne in 1758, wr


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Bis Bon, be's/)N', (Louis Charles,) Bishop of Bayeux, born in the department of Manche in 1742 , died


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bok'si', written also Bocska, (Robert Nicolas Charles,) a French musician and composer, born at Montmedy in 1789. He studied in


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Bonnard, (Jacques Charles,) a French architect, born in Paris in 1765, was a pupil of Renard,


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Brod'rick, (George Charles,) an English lawyer, a son of Lord Midleton, w.is born at Castle Rising,


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Brunet, (Jacques Charles,) a French bibliographer, born in Paris in 1780, published Manuel du Libraire et


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Caigniez, kin'ye-i', (Louis Charles,) a French dramatist, born at Arras in 1762, was called the Racine of


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Cambridge, (George William Frederick Charles,) Uuke of, a British general, son of the preceding, and a cousin of


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Catalan, kt'tt'lft N', (Eugene Charles,) a French geometer, born in 1814. He acquired distinction as a teacher, and


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Cavendish, (Frederick Charles,) Lord, an English statesman, second son of the Duke of Devonshire, and brother


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Cavendish, (William Charles.) See Bentinck.


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Cayx, k^ (RAmi Jean Baptiste Charles,) a French historian, born at Cahors about 1795. He published a History of


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CHARLEMA GNE 613 CHARLES Charlemagne, (Jean Armand,) a French author, born at Bourget in 1759. He served against the


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Spaniards fought for his rival, Philip V. Charles entered Madrid with an army in 1706, but was soon driven out


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(Carlos) I. of Spain. See Charles V. Charles (or Carlos) II., King of Spain, the son of Philip IV., was


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Charles (Carlos) I. of Spain. See Charles V. Charles (or Carlos) II., King of Spain, the


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Charles (Carlo) m., (Ferdinand Joseph Victor Balthasar de Boukbon,) Duke of Parma, the son of the


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was married about 1851 to Andrew P. Charles, Esq., of London. She jiublished a number of fictitious works, which have


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Ch^garay, shi'g Tr^', (Michel Charles,) a French advocate, born at Bayonne in 1802. He became a judge of


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Chen B, sheh-nii', (Jean Charles,) a French physician and naturalist, born at Metz in 1808. He published An


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Ciceri, s Js're', (Pi Erre Luc Charles,) a French scene-painter of wide reputation, was born at Saint-Cloud in 1782. He


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Coquerel, kok'r Sl'."(Athanase Laurent Charles,) a French Protestant divine, born in Paris in 1795. He began to preach


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oil'las, (Alexander Robert Charles,) an English clergyman, first-cousin of George M. Dallas, and a son of Robert


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Dallas, and a son of Robert Charles, noticed below. After serving as an officer in the army for some years,


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Dallas, (Robert Charles,) a brother of A. J. Dallas, noticed above, a British author, born in


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(1860,) etc. ^ Delescluze, d'14'kliiz', (Louis Charles,) a French communist, born at Dreux, October 2, 1809. Early in life he


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Demeulemeester, d?h-muh'l?h-mas't?r, ? (Joseph Charles,) a Belgian engraver, born at Bruges in 1771.


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Desnoyer, di'nwi'yi', (Louis Fpji^Ngois Charles,) a prolific French dramatist, born at Amiens in 1806, died in 1858.


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Dongelberge, de, d?h dong'?l-b8RG'?h, (Henri Charles,) a Belgian historian, bom probably at Brussels in 1593 , died in 1660.


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Dupin, (FRANgois Pierre Charles,) Baron, a distinguished French geometer and senator, brother of ..ndr^, noticed above, was


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dii'pi N' d?h lu R, (Jacques Charles,) a French Liberal legislator, born at Neubourg (L'Eure) in 1767. He was a


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His brother, Henri Charles, born in 1770, wrote a


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El'son, (Louis Charles,) musical critic and lecturer, bom at Boston, Massachusetts, in 1849, edited the "


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See Mrs. Charles, Martyrs of Spain," etc.


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En'gle-field, (Sir Henry Charles,) M.P., an English antiquary and astronomer, born in 1752, was a person of


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Fahie, foy, (Sir William Charles,) a British admiral, born in 1763 , died in 1833.


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Farrer, (Thomas Charles,) an English painter, born in London, December 16, 1538. His father would not


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Fauriel, fo're-gl', (Claude Charles,) an eminent French piiilologist and historian, born at Saint-fitienne in 1772, was a


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Favart, ft'v Sk', (Antoine Pierre Charles,) a French dramatist and painter, born in Paris in 1784-Favart, (Charles Simon,) a


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Folard, de, deh fo'lt R', (Jean Charles,) a French officer and tactician, born at Avignon in 1669, entered the army


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Francis, (Jean Charles.) See Francois.


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Frangoia, f Rfl N'swl', (Jean Charles,) a French engraver, born at Nancy in 1717. He was the inventor of


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Frederick Charles, (or Friedrich Karl,) Prince of Prussia, a nephew of the king, Wilhelm I.,


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Fre'm Snt', (John Charles,) the Pathfinder" of the Rocky Mountains, an American explorer and general, born at


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Garnier, (Jean Louis Charles,) a French architect, born at Paris in 1825. He gained the great prize


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Gar'r'ett, (Alexander Charles,) D.D., LL.D., was born at Ballymot, county of Sligo, Ireland, November 4, 1832.


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Gaudin, (Martin Michel Charles,) Duke of Gaeta, an able French minister of finance, born at Saint-Denis, near


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Biographic G^n^rale." Genest or Gen§t, (Edmond Charles,) a French diplomatist, born at Versailles about 1765, was a brother of Madame


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Buzareingues, zhe'roo' deh bii'zfri Ng', (Louis FRANgois Charles,) a French physiologist and writer on agriculture, born in 1773 5 ^'^"^


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Gu6rard, gi rt R', (Benjamin Edme Charles,) a French antiquary, born at Montbard in 1797. He was an assistant librarian


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deh gfe'ye-me'no' or g SI'me'no', (Armand Charles,) Comte, a French general and diplomatist, born at Dunkirk in 1774. He served


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Died in 1870. His son, Philip Charles, also an architect, worked in conjunction with his father in several edifices, and


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in conjunction with his brother, Julius Charles, Guesses at Truth." He composed two volumes of Sermons, (1837,) which have been


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Herpin, /^Sr'p^n', (Jean Charles,) a French writer on rural economy, born at Metz in 1798. Died in


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Henries, h Sr'rfez, (John Charles,) a British financier, born about 1780. He became secretary of the treasury in


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a goddess, whose ! Ho'bart, (Augustus Charles,) known as Hobart office it is to watch over those whom Frigga wishes


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Hobbs, (Alfred Charles,) an American lock expert, born at Charlestown, Massachusetts, in 1812.


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Hope, (Thomas Charles,) an eminent teacher of chemistry, born in Edinburgh in 1766, was a son


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and Critical Dictionary." Ineledon,ink'el-d Qn, (Benjamin Charles,) an English vocalist, born in Cornwall in 1764, served several years in the


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Died in 1812. His brother, Pierre Charles, born in Paris in 1746, was also a successful engraver. Died in 1800.


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Jacob de Saint-Charles, zht'kob' d^h s&n shd Rl, (Louis,) a French author and bibliographer, born


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Eminent Scotsmen." Jamet, zh S'mi', (Pierre Charles,) a French writer, born near Sens in 1701. Among his works are Metaphysical


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Jumel, zhii'm Sl', (Jean Charles,) a French ecclesiastic and writer, born in Paris , died in 1824.


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Langlois, (Jean Charles,) a French painter of battles ai"d panoramas, born in Calvados in 1789. Among


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or Le Bnin, leh-bru N', (Anne Charles,) Duke of Piacenza, (Plaisance,) a French general, born in Paris in 1775, ^^^


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Lecocq, leh-kok', (Alexandre Charles,) a French musical composer, born in Paris, June 3, 1832. In 1857


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7, was a brother of Pierre Charles, noticed below. He succeeded Bernard Jussieu as professor of botany in the Jardin


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an anticipation of Harvey." Levasseur, (Jean Charles,) a French engraver, born at Abbeville in 1734. He engraved some works of


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L^vesque, li'vtk', (Pierre Charles,) a French historian and translator, born in Paris in 1736. He became professor


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Liadi^res, le'fde^^i R', (Pierre Charles,) a French littirateur, born at Pau in 1792. He composed several dramas, and


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Lit'olff, (Henry Charles,) an English pianist and composer, Ijurn in London, February 6, 1818. His father,


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Nouvelle Biographie G^n^rale." Lorry, lo're', (Anne Charles,) a French physician, born at Crosne in 1726. He practised in Paris, and


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Lucas, (Jean Marie Charles,) a French economist, born at Saint-Brieuc in 1803. He wrote On the Re-form


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Macready, ma-kree'de, (William Charles,) a popular English tragic a,ctor, born in London in 1793.


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Marechal, (Laurent Charles,) a French painter on glass, born at Metz in i Soi, adorned many


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Mathieu-Mirampal, mi'te-uh' me'rfl N'p IK, (Jean Baptistk Charles,) born at Compi^gne, in France, in 1764, was a deputy to the


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Merivale, (Herman Charles,) an English dramatist, a son of the preceding, was born in London in


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Monnier, (Jean Charles,) Comte, a French general, born at Cavaillon in 1758. He led a division


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hydrogen gas in balloons was M. Charles. Montgolfier died in 1799. (See Charles, Jacques Alexandre.) Montgolfier, (Joseph Michel,) an ingenious


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or offices. He afterwards Moore, (Henry Charles,) author, bom at London , studied law at the Middle Temple, London. He


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Mor'gan, (Sir Thomas Charles.) M.D., an English physician,' born in London about 1783. In 181 1 he


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Mor'phy, (Paul Charles.) a celebrated American chess-player, born at New Orleans in 1837. At the Chess


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Murat, (Napoleon Lucien Charles,) Prince, a French senator, born at Milan in 1803, was a son of


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" Nouvelle Biographie G^n^rale." Naudet, (Thomas Charles,) a French landscapepainter, born in Paris in 1774. He travelled over a considerable


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Art of Poetry." Nisard, (Marie Leonard Charles,) brother of the preceding,, was born at Chatillon-sur-Seine in 1808. He published several


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Oudinot, (Nicolas Charles,) Due de Reggio, (r4'zho',) a distinguished French general, was born at Bar-sur-Ornain in


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de Persigny." Persil, p SR'sil', (Jean Charles,) a French politician and advocate, born at Condom in 1785. He was minister


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Pe'tfrs, (John Charles,) M.D., an American homes opathic physician, born in New York in 1819, published


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Philips, (Francis Charles,) a British novelist and dramatist, was born at Brighton in 1849. Of his


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Pickering, (Edward Charles,) an American astronomer, was born at Boston in 1846. He became professor of


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R'ki N' deh zhfi N'-Dloo', (Claude Charles,) a French antiquary and miscellaneous writer, born at Brussels in 1798. He wrote


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Foncy, p6N'se', (Louis Charles,) a French poet, born at Toulon in 1821, worked as a stone-mason, and


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Poncelin, pd Nss'liw', (Jean Charles,) a French editor and compiler, born in Poitou in 1746, died in 1828.


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Renouard, (Augustin Charles,) an advocate, a son of the preceding, was born in 1794. He became


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Richard, (Joseph Charles,) a French revolutionist, born at La Fleche in 1752, was a moderate member


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Roy, (Pierre Charles,) a French dramatic poet of little merit, born in Paris in 1683 ,


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Ryle, rll, (John Charles,) D.D., an English bishop, born in 1816. He was educated at Eton, and


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into India. (See Gautama.) Sandg, (Robert Charles,) a distinguished American journalist and litt Srateur, born in New York City or


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Sew^ard, (Albert Charles,) an English geologist, born in 1863. He became lecturer on botany at Cambridge


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Simcut, se'm Sa', (Pierre Charles,) a French sculp, tor, born at Troyes in 1806, was a pupil of


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Died' in 1760. His nephew, Nicolas Charles, (169S-1767,) was a painter and engraver.


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Solaiider, so-lin'der, (Daniel Charles,) an eminent Swedish naturalist and physician, born in Nordland in 1736, was a


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Spencer, (John Charles.)" See Althorp, Lord.


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Stuart, (Gilbert Charles,) an eminent American painter, born at Narraganset, Rhode Island, in 1756.


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Swinburne, swfn'bum, (Algernon Charles,) an English poet, born near Henley-on-Thames, April 5,


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TARDIEU 2282 TARRAKANOF Tardieu, (Jean Charles,) an artist, a son of Jacques Nicolas, noticed above, was bom in Paris


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Thompson, tom'spn, (Augustus Charles,) D.D., an American Congregational divine, born at Goshen, Connecticut, in 1812. He has


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Tr6moll16re, t Ri'mo'le-ai R', (Pierre Charles,) a French painter of history, was born in Anjou in 1 703 ,


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V216e, vt'li', (Sylvain Charles,) Count, a French marshal, born at Brienne-le-Chateau in 1773. He served with distinction


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Fenille, v S'r5n' deh feh-n6K, (Philibert Charles,) a French writer on agriculture, was born at Dijon. He published several useful


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painter of battles, son of Antoine Charles, noticed above, was born in Paris in 1789. He studied under his father,


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Wedcott, wol'k Qt, (Mackenzie Edward Charles,) an English divine and antiquarian, born at Bath in 1822.


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Metz, was besieged by Prince Frederick Charles of Prussia, while the king and his son, the crown-prince, pursued Marshal Mc