Abdications

Abdications, of which the most celebrated are those of the Roman Dictator Sylla, who in 70 B.C. retired to Puteoli; of Diocletian, who in A.D. 305 retired to Salone; of Charles V., who in 1556 retired to the monastery St. Yuste; of Christina of Sweden, who in 1654 retired to Rome, after passing some time in France; of Napoleon, who in 1814 and 1815 retired first to Elba and then died at St. Helena; of Charles X. in 1830, who died at Goritz, in Austria; and of Louis Philippe, who in 1848 retired to end his days in England.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Abde`ra * Abdiel
Abbot
Abbot, George
Abbot of Misrule
Abbotsford
Abbott, Edwin
Abdal`lah
Abdalrah`man
Abdals
Abd-el-Ka`dir
Abde`ra
Abdications
Abdiel
Abdul-Aziz
Abdul-Aziz
Abdul-Ha`mid II.
Abd-ul-Med`jid
Abdur-Rah`man
À'Becket, Gilbert
À'Becket, A. W.
Abel
Abel, Sir F. A.