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Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology (Volume 1)

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology (Volume 1)

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : NICOLAS


Page 169

Anthoine, (FRANCOIS PAUL NICOLAS,) a French general and politician, born in 1720. He was elected in 1789


Page 214

Rime," (1604.) Arriquibar, Jr-re-kee'ba R, (Don NICOLAS,) a Spanish merchant of Biiboa, who about 1770 composed a work of some


Page 293

Baleohou, b S'la'shoo', (JEAN JOSEPH NICOLAS,) a celebrated French engraver, born at Aries in 1715. His fall-length portrait of


Page 317

BARRETO Barras, de, (PAUL FRANCOIS JEAN NICOLAS,) COUNT, one of the first five Directors of the French Republic, was born


Page 339

b S'voo', (VARISTE,) son of Francois Nicolas, was born in 1809, and was a deputy in 1852 to the legislative


Page 347

See M. NICOLAS, "


Page 392

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


Page 397

Bescherelle, bish'rel', (Louis NICOLAS,) an eminent French grammarian and lexicographer, born in Paris in 1802. He was


Page 544

Buzot, bii'zo', (FRANC.OIS LEONARD NICOLAS,) an eminent French Girondist, bom at Evreux in 1760, was an advocate before


Page 547

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


Page 638

Chamfort, sh SN'fo R', (S^BASTIEN ROCH NICOLAS,) a successful and satirical French author, born near Cler mont in Auvergne in


Page 666

Cherin, shi'ra N', (Louis NICOLAS HENRI,) a French general, born in Paris in 1762. He was appointed commander-in-chief


Page 717

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


Page 734

ko N'do R'si', (MARIE JEAN ANTOINE NICOLAS Caritat k^re'ti',) MARQUIS, a celebrated French mathematician and philosopher, born at Ribemont, in


Page 769

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


Page 821

correctly Davout, pronounced alike Clfvoo', (Louis NICOLAS,) Duke of Auerstadt and Prince of Eckmiihl, an able and successful French marshal,


Page 833

Delsarte, de Tsj Rt', (FRANCOIS ALEXANDRE NICOLAS


Page 855

His son, ANTOINE NICOLAS, published "


Page 926

dii'zd'shwa'deh bi Rzh'mo N', (JOSEPH FRANCOIS NICOLAS,) a French litttrattur, born at Toul in 1761. He edited several journals between


Page 1,012

N'ta N' dl'zo'do'i R', (ANTOINE ETIENNE NICOLAS,) a French historian, born at Pont-de-Beauvoisin in 1738. Among his works is a"


Page 1,065

Forbin, de, deh foa'ba N', (Louis NICOLAS PHILIPPE


Page 1,203

of the Comedie Fran-Gosse, (Louis FRANCOIS NICOLAS,) a French historical painter, born in Paris in 1787. Amoig his works are


Page 1,203

management of the Comedie Fran-Gosse, (Louis FRANCOIS NICOLAS,) a French historical painter, born in Paris in 1787. Amoig his works


Page 1,298

See SIR N. HARRIS NICOLAS,


Page 1,323

N're'6N' deh po N's&', (PIKRRE PAUL NICOLAS,) a learned French judge and jurist, born near Ligny, in Lorraine, in 1742.