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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


Page 103

Allou, i'loo', (Charles Nicolas,) a French archaeologist, born in Paris in 1787. He wrote an Essay on


Page 112

Amanton or Amanthon, f'm&N't AN', (Claude Nicolas,) a judge at Dijon, in France, and a writer on biography and local


Page 115

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


Page 137

Annot,i'no', (Pierre Nicolas,) a French writer, born in 1762 , died in 1823.


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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.) Arriquibar, Jr-re-kee'ba R, (Don Nicolas,) a Span-


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History, etc." Azara, de, (Don Jose Nicolas,) a brother of the preceding, distinguished as a writer, diplomatist, and patron of


Page 256

Balechou, bi'la'shoo', (Jean Joseph Nicolas,) a celebrated French engraver, born at Aries in 171 5. His full-length portrait


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Barbier-Vemars, bi R'be-4' vi'mt V, (Joseph Nicolas,) a French philologist, born at Louvres in 1775. He aided in the compilation


Page 278

Barras, de, (Paul Franqois Jean Nicolas,) Count, one of the first five Directors of the French Republic, was born


Page 288

Bassenge, b S'so Nzh', (Jean Nicolas,) a Flemish poet, born at Liege in 1758. He published, in conjunction with


Page 294

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


Page 298

Bavoux, ba'voo', (Evariste,) son of Francois Nicolas, noticed below, was a deputy in 1852 to the legislative body. He was


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a year. Died '" >775-See M. Nicolas, Notice sur la Vie, etc de L. A. de la Beaumelle." 1552, Charles


Page 306

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


Page 307

Preaux, bo'vi' deh p Ra'6', (Charles Nicolas,) a French physician and writer, born at Orleans in 1745. As a member


Page 307

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


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


Page 318

Ballu, beh-ll N' deh bt'lii', (Jacques Nicolas,) a French scholur, born in Paris in 1753, became professor of Greek in


Page 321

Bellavene, bNicolas,) Baron, born at Verdun in 1770, was appointed by Napoleon in 1812 inspector-general


Page 322

Bellin, b&'la 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


Page 346

Regne de Louis XV." Berryer, (Pierre Nicolas,) a French jurist and eloquent pleader, born at Sainte-Menehould in 1757, was the


Page 350

Bescherelle, b Jsh're V, (Louis Nicolas,) an eminent French grammarian and lexicographer, born in Paris in 1802. He was


Page 362

Billerey, bei'ri' or be'ye-r V, (Claude Nicolas.) a French physician, born about 1667 at Besancon, where he was professor of


Page 362

(or - Varennes,) be'yo' vi'ren', (Jacques Nicolas,) a French Jacobin, born at La Ro chelle in 1756. As a member


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of Eminent Scotsmen.*' Binninger, bin'ning-er, (Jean Nicolas,) born at Montbelliard in 1628, was physician to the Duke of Wurtemberg.


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Blouet, bloo'A', (Jean Francois Nicolas,) a French journalist and litterateur, born at Metz in 1745, wrote on agriculture,


Page 391

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


Page 417

Bouillet, (Marie Nicolas,) a F'rencn lexicographei, became inspector of the University of Paris, where he was


Page 417

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


Page 424

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


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bii Ssh' deh If nuh'vel', (Jean Nicolas,) a French geographer, a relation of the preceding, born at Neuville-en-Pont in 1741,


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


Page 483

Cabat, ki'b3', (Louis Nicolas,) a skilful French landscape-painter, born in Paris in 181 2. He produced in


Page 559

Cere, si'ri', (Jean Nicolas,) a meritorious French naturalist, born in the He de France in 1737, finished


Page 567

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


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CHAPMAN Chantreau, shi N't Ro', (Pierre Nicolas,) a French litllnitatr, born in Paris in 1741. Besides other works, he published


Page 614

S'm&Nzh', or Clemangis, kla'mo N'zhess', (Mathieu Nicolas,) a French theologian, was born at Clamenges, near Chalons, about 1360. He was


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


Page 666

Coomans, ko'mans or ko'mfi.N , (Jean Baptists Nicolas,) a Belgian writer, born at Brussels in 1813. He edited the Journal


Page 676

Corvisart-Desmarets, kor've'za V di'm S'ri', (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 was sometimes called Coypel le Poussin." Died in 1707.


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


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


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


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Derneuuier, da'muh'ne^', or Desmeunier, d&'muh'ne-a', (Jean Nicolas,) an able French writer, born at Nozeroyin 1751. He was secretary of Monsieur


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Desmolets, dj'mo'li', (Pierre Nicolas.) a learned French compiler, born in Paris in 1678, became a priest of


Page 801

M^moires," Lelong, Bibliotheqtte Historique." Duchesne, (Antoine Nicolas,) a learned French naturalist, born at Versailles in 1747, wrote a " Manual


Page 802

Ducloz-Dufresnoy, dii'klo' du'f Ri'nwa', (Charles Nicolas,) a French financier, born at Montcornet in 1734. He was elected alternate deputy


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Bergemont, du'zo'shwa'deh binzh'md N', (Joseph Francois Nicolas,) a French litterateur, born at Toul in 1761. He edited several journals between


Page 891

Fabvier, ft"ve-A', (Charles Nicolas,) Baron, a French general, born at Pont-a-Mousson in 1782. He served with distinction


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Contamine, fooit'ne-a' deh IS 1Nicolas,) a French bishop, born at Gex in 1760. By the influence of Cardinal


Page 975

Gerierale." Fririon, f Re're'o N', (Francois Nicolas,) Baron, a French general, born in Lorraine in 1766. He distinguished himself in


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Funck or Funk, [Lat. Func'cius,] (Johann Nicolas,) a German philologist, born at Marburg in 1693.


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


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Italiani illustri." Gerdy, zhe R'de', (Pierre Nicolas,) a French physician and surgeon, born at Loches (Aube) in 1797.


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


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


Page 1,146

See Sir N. Harris Nicolas, "


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N' deh po 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'sht R'," (Jean Nicolas,) a French general, born at Forbach in 1740. He served in the army


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Huot, Au'o', (Juan Jacques Nicolas,) a French naturalist, born in Paris in 1790, published a Complete Manual of


Page 1,238

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


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Jaley, zht'li', (Jean Louis Nicolas,) a skilful Krench statuary, born in Paris in 1802. Among his works are


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Lecat, leh'k3', (Claude Nicolas,) an eminent French surgeon, born in Picardyin 1700. He settled about 1733


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


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Nouvelle Biographie G^nerale." Lenourry, leh-noo're', (Denis Nicolas,) a learned French monk, born at Dieppe in 1647. He devoted many years


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Loriquet, lo're'kj', (Jean Nicolas,) a French Jesuit and historical writer, born at fipernay in 1760. He published


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Marjolin, m SR'zho'la N', (Jean Nicolas,) a French writer and surgeon, born in 1780, died in 1850.


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Frkiier, (Marquard.) Marquet, ma Vk^', (Francois Nicolas,) a French botanist, and physician to Leopold, Duke of Lorraine, was born at


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Poets." Monmerque, mos'me Vka', (Louts 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-Florentin 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-Comte in


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


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Nivelle, ne've V, (Gabriel Nicolas,) a - French Jansenist, born in 1687, was the author of


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


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Normand, iior'uion', (Alfred Nicolas,) a French architect, born in Paris in 1822. He obtained a medal of


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Nouvelle Biographie Generale." Ordinaire, or'de'n&R', (Claude Nicolas,) a French naturalist, born at Salins in 1736, published a Natural History of


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Ossat, d. Osselin, os'la V, (Charles Nicolas,) a French Jacobin and lawyer, born in Paris in 1754. He became in


Page 1,728

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


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


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Pia, pe'I", (Philippe Nicolas,) a French chemist, born in Paris in 1721. He introduced reforms in public


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Italiani lllustri." Pigoreau, pe'go'r S', (Alexandre Nicolas,) born in Paris in 1765, published a " Dictionnaire des Romanciers," or a


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Nouvelle Biographie Generale." Pigeau, pe'zho', (Eustache Nicolas,) a French jurist, born near Senlis in 1750. He published


Page 1,859

Quatremere -Roissy, ktt K'maiu' Rwa'se', (Jean Nicolas,) a French writer of biography and tales, born in Paris in 1754, was


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Ransonnette, rds'so'n St', (Charles Nicolas,) a French engraver, born in Paris in 1797. He engraved plates for several


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Rapetti, ra-pet'tee, (Louis Nicolas,) a distinguished jurist and biographer, born at Be Vgamo in 1812. He wrote


Page 1,877

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


Page 1,908

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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de, deh ro'be'ld N', ? (Esprit BENofr Nicolas,) an engineer and writer on metallurgy, etc., born at Turin in 1724.


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


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


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Vaudrey, vo'd R^', (Claude Nicolas,) a French general, born at Dijon in 1784. He was a colonel in


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


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Vincent, (Francois Nicolas,) a violent French Jacobin, born in Paris in 1767, belonged to the faction


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Izaak Walton," by Sir N. Harris Nicolas, 1836.