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Père Duchêne

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Jacques Réné Hébert, one of the most profligate characters of the French Revolution. He was editor of a vile newspaper so called, containing the grossest insinuations against Marie Antoinette. (1755–1794.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Pepper-and-Salt
Peppercorn Rent (A)
Peppy Bap
Per Saltum (Latin)
Perceforest (King)
Perceval (Sir)
Percinet
Percy [pierce-eye]
Perdita
Perdrix, toujours Perdrix
Père Duchêne
Père la Chaise
Peregrine
Peregrine Falcon (A)
Peregrine Pickle
Perfectionists
Perfide Albion! (French)
Perfume
Perfumed Terms of the Time
Peri
Pericles