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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 : NICOLAS

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AUou, t'loo', (Charles Nicolas,) a French archaeologist, born in Paris in 1787, wrote an Essay on the

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Amanton or Amanthon, t'm5N'16N', (Claude Nicolas,) a judge at Dijon, in France, and a writer on biography and local

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Houssaye, tm'lo' deh It hoo'si', (Abraham Nicolas,) a French historical writer and translator, born at Orleans in 1634. He was

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Anthoine, (Francois Paul Nicolas,) a French general and politician, born in 1720. He was elected in 1789

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Rime," (1604.) Arriquilaar, ir-re-kee'bi R, (Don Nicolas,) a Spanish merchant of Bilboa, who about 1770 composed a work of some

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Bail^chou, bfli'shoo', (Jean Joseph Nicolas,) a celebrated French engraver, bom at Aries in 1715. His full-length portrait of

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Beirbier-V^mars, b SR'be-i' vi'mt R', (Joseph Nicolas,) a French philologist, born at Louvres in 1775. He aided in the compilation

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Basseuge, bt'sfi Nzh', (Jean Nicolas,) a Flemish poet, born at Liege in 1758. He published, in conjunction with

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Baudot, bo'do', (Auguste Nicolas,) a French general, born at Rennes in 1765, served under Moreau and Kleber,

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bt'voo', (fiv ARISTE,) son of Francois Nicolas, was born in 1809, and was a deputy in 1852 to the legislative

Page 339

See M. Nicolas, " Notice sur la Vie, etc de L. A. de la Beanmelle," 1853,

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Beauregard, (Jean Nicolas,) a French Jesuit and poiiular preacher, born at Metz in 1731 , died

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Beauvallet, (Pierre Nicolas,) a French sculptor, born at Havre in 1749, studied under Pajou. Among his

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Pr^aux, bo'v^' deh p Ri'6', (Charles Nicolas,) a French physician and writer, born at Orleans in 1745' As a member

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pron. bi'zhai R' bi'kai R',] (Leonard Nicolas,) Comte de Mons, a French general, born at Obernheim in 1770. He was

Page 357

Bellavene, bi'l S'v^n', (Jacques Nicolas,) Baron, born at Verdun in 1770, was appointed by Napoleon in 1812 inspector-general

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Bellin, bi'li N', (Jacques Nicolas,) a French hydrographer and engineer of the marine, born in Paris in 1703.

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legitimist party, a son of Pierre Nicolas, noticed below, born in Paris on the 4th of January, 1790. He studied

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Bescherelle, bish'r SK, (Louis Nicolas,) an eminent French grammarian and lexicographer, bom in Paris in 1802. He was

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Billerey, bfel'ri' or be'y?-ri', (Claude Nicolas,) a French physician, born about 1667 at Besan90n, where he was professor of

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Binninger, bin'ning-?r, (Jean Nicolas,) born a Montbelliard in 1628, was physician to the Duke of Wiirtemberg.

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Bonamy, (Pierre Nicolas,) a French historical writer, born at Louvres in 1694, died in 1770.

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Bouillet, (Marie Nicolas,) a French lexicographer, became inspector of the University of Paris, where he was

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Boui Uy, boo'ye', (Jean Nicolas,) a French dramatist and miscellaneous writer, born in the department of Indre-et-Loire in

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Boyer, (Jean Baptiste Nicolas,) a French physician, born at Marseilles in 1693, was conspicuous for his skill

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Neuville, bii'tsh' deh li nuh'vil', (Jean Nicolas,) a French geographer, a relation of the preceding^ born at Neuville-en-Pont in 1741,

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Buzot, bii'zo', (Franqois Leonard Nicolas,) an eminent French Girondist, born at Evreux in 1760, was an advocate before

Page 533

Cabat, k S'bt', (Louis Nicolas,) a skilful French landscape-painter, born in Paris in 1812. He produced in 1840

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C^x6, si'ri', (Jean Nicolas,) a meritorious French naturalist bom in the He de France in 1737, finished

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Chamfort, shft N'fo R', (S6bastikn Roch Nicolas,) a successful and satirical French author, born near Clermont in Auvergne in 1741,

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Fran^ais." Chantreau, sht N't Ko', (Pierre Nicolas,) a French littirateur, born in Paris in 1741. Besides other works, he published

Page 672

Nzh', or Cl^mangis, kli'm SN'zhiss', (Mathieu Nicolas,) a French theologian, was born at Clamenges, near Chalons, about 1360. He was

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Cochin, ko'shi N', (Charles Nicolas,) a skilful French artist, born in Paris in 1688. He engraved with .

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Cochin, (Charles Nicolas,) an eminent French designer and engraver, born in Paris in 1715, was the

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died in 1690. His brother, Jacques Nicolas, born in Paris in 1654, became Archbishop of Rouen. He was admitted into

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ko'mins or ko'm Sx', (Jean Baptiste Nicolas,) a Belgian writer, born at Brussels in 1813. He edited the Journal of

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Corvisart-Desmarets, kor've'zl R' d^'mt'r^', (Jean Nicolas,) an eminent French physician, born in Champagne in 1755. Having attended the lectures

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from his sons Antoine and Noel Nicolas, he wa* sometimes called Coypel le Poussin." Died in 1707.

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Nouvelle Biographie G^n^rale." Crevaux, kreh-v6', (Jules Nicolas,) a French traveller, born at Lorquin, in Lorraine, April i, 1847. He entered

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Davout, pronounced alike u S'voo', (Louis Nicolas,) Duke of Auerstadt and Prince of Eckmiihl, an able and successful French marshal,

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Delahaye, d'li'hi', (Guillaume Nicolas,) a French map-engraver, born in Paris in 1725, engraved all the works of

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M^moires," " Biographie Universelle." Delisle, (Joseph Nicolas,) an eminent French astronomer, born in Paris in 1688, was the son of

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D^meunier, di'muh'ne-i', or Desmevmier, d^'muh'ne-4', (Jean NICOLAS^Jan able French writer, born at Nozeroy in 1 75 1. He was secretary

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Desmolets, di'mo'l^', (Pierre Nicolas,) a learned French compiler, born in Paris in 1678, became a priest of

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His son, Antoine Nicolas, published " Lives of Architects and Sculptors," (1787,) which is said to be

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Lbiong, " Bibliothique Historique." Duchesne, (Antoine Nicolas,) a learned French naturalist, born at Versailles in 1747, wrote a " Manual

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Ducloz-Dufresnoy, dii'klo' dii'f R^'nwi', (Charles Nicolas,) a French financier, born at Montcornet in 1734, He was elected alternate deputy

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Fabvier, fi've-i', (Charles Nicolas,) Baron, a French general, 60rn at Pont-i-Mousson in 1782. He served 'with distinction

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CT'aphie G^n^rale." Fririon, f Re're'6N', (Francois Nicolas,) Baron, a French general, born in Lorraine in 1766. He distinguished himself in

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Oannal, g S'n Sl', (Jean Nicolas,) a French chemist and inventor, born at Sarre-Louis in 1 791. He became

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Gendrin, zh SN'dki N', (Auguste Nicolas,) a French physician, born at Chateaudun in 1796. He received the Montyon prize

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Italiani illustri." Gerdy, zh SR'de', (Pierre Nicolas,) a French physician and sur.geon, born at Loches (Aube) in 1797.

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Gosse, (Louis FRANgois Nicolas,) a French historical painter, born in Paris in 1787. Among his works

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Guyot, (Joseph Nicolas,) a French jurist, born in Lorraine in 1728, published, besides other works, a

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See Sir N. Harris Nicolas, " Life and Times of Sir Christophei Hatton," 1847, Lord Campbell, Lives of

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hh-n'it'i>^' d?h pfi N'si', (Pierre Paul Nicolas,) a learned French judge and jurist, born near Ligny, in Lorraine, in 1742.

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des Graveurs." Houchard, oo'sh SR',* (Jean Nicolas,) a French general, born at Forbach in 1740. He served in the army

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Huel, hv!h.', (Joseph Nicolas,) a French philosopher, born at Mattaincourt in 1690 , died in 1769.

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Huyot, /^ii'yo', (Jean Nicolas,) a French architect, born in Paris in 1780. He passed several years in

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Jaley, zh S'li', (Jean Louis Nicolas,) a skilful French statuary, born in Paris in 1802. Among his works aro

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Laugier, (Jean Nicolas,) a French engraver, born at Toulon in 1785, worked in Paris. Among his

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Lecat, leh'kt', (Claude Nicolas,) an eminent French surgeon, born in Picardy in 1700. He settled about 1733

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Ledoux, leh-doo', (Claude Nicolas,) a French architect, born at Dormans in 1736. The most remarkable monuments of

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Bio-p Tijihie G^n^rale." Lenourry, leh-noo're', (Denis Nicolas,) a learned French monk, born at Dieppe in 1647. He devoted many years

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O UGH Marjolin, m91 'zho'lis', (Jean Nicolas,) a French writer and surgeon, born in 1780, died in 1850.

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Freher, (Marquard.) Marquet, m SR'ki', (Francois Nicolas,) a French botanist, and physician to Leopold, Duke of Lorraine, was born at

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Maultrot, mo't Ro', (Gabriel Nicolas,) a French jurist, born in Paris in 1714, published numerous treatises on canon

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Monmerqu^, mi N'mg R'ki', (Louis Jean Nicolas,) a French litterateur, born in Paris in 1780. He wrote many articles for

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Moreau, (Jacob Nicolas,) a French writer, born at Saint-Phirentin in 1717, was appointed historiographer of France

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Mouchet, moo'shi', (Francois Nicolas,) a skilful French painter of history and portraits, was born in Franche-Con116 in

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Nicollet, ne'ko'l J', (Joseph Nicolas,) a French astronomer and explorer, born in Savoy in 1786, or, as some

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ne'ko-lee'nce, the assumed name of Ernest Nicolas, a French vocalist, horn at Tours in 1834.

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Nivelle, ne'v SK, (Gabriel Nicolas,) a French Tansenist, born in 1687, was the author of " The Cry

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Noel, no'g K, (Alexis Nicolas,) a French landscapepainter and designer, born near Paris in 1792, was a pupil

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Normand, no R'mfl N', (Alfred Nicolas,) a French architect, born in Paris in 1822. He obtained a medal of

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Biographie G^n^rale." Ordinaire, or'de'ni R', (Claude Nicolas,) a French naturalist, born at Salins in 1736, published a Natural History of

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Osselin, os'I^n', (Charles Nicolas,) a French Jacobin and lawyer, born in Paris in 1754. He became in

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Pace, (Richard.) Pache, p Ssh, (Jean Nicolas,) a French revolutionist, born in Paris in 1746. He was controller of the

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pt'yo' deh md N'tt'bai R', (Jean Nicolas,) a French painter, born at Troyes in 1771. He wrote a " Complete

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Pia, pe't', (Philippe Nicolas,) a French chemist, born in Paris in 1721. He introduced reforms in public

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Nouvelle Biographie G^n^rale." Pigeau, pe'zho', (Eustache Nicolas,) a French ,, 9 as j, I hard, g as/, G, H, K,gvttural,

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degli Italian! illustri." Pigoreau, pe'go'ro', (Alexandre Nicolas,) born in Paris in 1765, published a " Dictionnaire des Romanciers," or a

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ktt R'mai R' Rw J'se', (Jean Nicolas,) a French writer of biography and tales, born in Paris in 1754, was

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Rambaud, (Alfred Nicolas,) a French historian, born at Besangon in 1842. He became minister of public

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Rapetti, r J-pet'tee, (Louis Nicolas,) a distinguished jurist and biographer, born at Bergamo in 1812. He wrote for

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Ransonnette, r5N'so'n§t', (Charles Nicolas,) a French engraver, born in Paris in 1797. He engraved plates for several

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Razout, rt'zoo', (Jean Nicolas,) a French general, born at Paris in 1772. He distinguished himself as general

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See Sir N. Harris Nicolas, " Life and Letters of J. Ritson,"

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Robert-Fleury, ro'bai R' fluh're', (Joseph Nicolas,) a popular French historical painter, was born at Cologne in 1797. He was

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"great service to science." Rolle, (Pierre Nicolas,) a French writer, born at Chitillon-sur-Seine in 1770, was author of " Researches

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Tardieii, (Jacques Nicolas,) a son of Nicolas Henri, noticed below, was born in Paris in 1716,

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an artist, a son of Jacques Nicolas, noticed above, was bom in Paris in 1765. He studied painting under Regnault,

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Vaudrey, vo'd Ri', (Claude Nicolas,) a French general, born at Dijon in i"784. He was a colonel in

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Vauquelin, (Louis Nicolas,) an eminent French chemist, born near Font-l'Eveque (Calvados) in May,