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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, floo', (Charles Nicolas,) a French arch-aeologist, bom in Paris in 1787, wrote an " Essay on

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Houssaye, iin'lo' deh li hoo's4', (Abraham Nicolas,) a French historical writer and translater, bom at Orléans in 1634. He was

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Annot, ifno', (Pierre Nicolas,) a French writer, bom fn 1762-, died in 1823.

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Arriquibar, ir-re-kee'bi R, (Don Nicolas.) a Spso-ish merchant of Bilboa, who about 1770 composéd " work of some

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Azara, de, (Don José Nicolas,) a brother of the preceding, distinguished as a writer, diplomatist, and patron of

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Baléchou, bî'là'shoo', (Jean Joseph Nicolas.) a celebrated French engraver, born at Arles in 1715. His full-length portrait of

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32rras. de, (Paul François Jean Nicolas,) Count, : of the lïrst five Directors of the French Republic, s bom

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Bassenge, bi'sfl', (Jean Nicolas.) a F poet bom at Liege in 175- He published, in co tion

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Baudot, bô'do', (Auguste Nicolas.) a French gène-n1, bom at Rennes in 1765, served under Moreau and Kleber,

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iregard, (Jean Nicolas,) a French Jesuit and

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

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pron. bl'zhai R' bi'kai R',1 (Léonard Nicolas,) Comte de Mons, a French general, bom at Obernheim in 1772 He was

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are at Rome. 'ene, bà'li'vin', (Jacques Nicolas.) Baron, ierdun in 1770, was appointed by Napoleon in

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Bellin, b J'll N"', (Jacques Nicolas,) a French h, grapher and enginecr of the marine, bom in Par 1703.

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legitiniist party, a "on of Pierre Nicolas, notieed below, bom in Paris on the 4th of January, 1790. lle studied

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Bescherelle, bàsh'rél', (Louis Nicolas,) an eminent French grammarian and lexicographer, born in Paris in 1502. Me tra.

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BUIerey, bél'rj' or be'ye-rà', (Claude Nicolas,) a French physician, born about 1667 at Besançon, where he was professor of

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Binninger, bin'ning-çr, (Jean Nicolas,) born a Montbelliard in 1628, was physician to the Duke of * Wurtemberg.

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

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and Puy-de-Dôme. Died 1878. Bouillet, (Marie Nicolas,) a French lexicographer, became inspector of the University of Paris, where he .ras

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Boyer, ( Baptiste Nicolas,) a French physi-cîan. bom at Marseilles in 1693, was conspicuous for his skill

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Cabat, kfbi', (Louis Nicolas,) a skilful French landscape-painter, bom in Paris in 1812. He produced in 1840

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Céré, si'ri', (Jean Nicolas,) a meritorious French naturalist, bom in the Ile de France in 1737, finished

Page 613

Chamfort, shôN'fo R', (Sébastien Roch Nicolas,) a succcssful and satirical French author, bom near Clermont in Auvergne in 1741,

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kli'mÔNzh', or Clémangis, klà'-m ON'zhèss', (Mathieu Nicolas,) a French theologian, was bom at Clamenges, near Châlons, about 1360. He was

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Cochin, ko'shâN', (Charles Nicolas,) a skilful French artist, born in Paris in 16SS. He engraved with

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

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

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Corvisart-Deamareta, kor've'zi R' dj'nil'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 Noël Nicolas, he was sometimes called Coypel le Poussin." Died in 1707.

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Crevaux, krçh-vô', (Jules Nicolas,) a French trav-eller, bom at Lorquin, in Lorraine, April i, 1847. He entered

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

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

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Delisle, (Joseph Nicolas,) an eminent French as-tronomer, bom in Paris in 1688, was the son of

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

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Duchesne, (Antoine Nicolas,) a learned French nam r.ilist, bom at Versailles in 1747, wrote a "

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dii'zô'sh wl'dçh b&Rzh'-diô.n', (Joscf H François Nicolas,) a French littérateur, bom at Toul in 1761. He edited several journal" between

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Fabvier, fi've-à', (Charles Nicolas.) Baron, a French general, bom at Pont-à-Mousson in 17S2. He served'wiih distinction in

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los'ti N' di'zo'do'i R', (Antoine Étienne Nicolas,) a French historian, bom at Pont-de-Beauvoisin in 1738. Among his works is a

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Fririon, f Re're'ÔN', (François Nicolas,) Baron, a French general, bom in Lorraine in 1766. Ile distin-guished himself in

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Funk, , Lat. Func/cius A (Johann Nicolas,) a German philologist, bom at Marburg in 1693. Ile became professor of éloquence

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Gendrin, zhfi N'dal N', (Auguste Nicolas,) a French physician, bom at Châteaudun in 1796. Ite received the Montyon prize

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

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Guyot, (Joseph Nicolas,) a French jurist, bom in Lorraine in 1728, published, besides other wprks, a

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Sre Sm N. Haukis Nicolas, " Life and Times of Sil

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/SÔN're'ÔN' dçh pÔN's J', (Pierre Paul Nicolas,) a leamed French judge and