Agoust, Capt. de

Agoust, Capt. de, a “cast-iron” captain of the Swiss Guards, who on May 4, 1788, by order of the Court of Versailles, marched the Parliament of Paris out of the Palais de Justice and carried off the key. See Carlyle'sFrench Revolution,” Bk. I. chap. viii.

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

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Ag`ni
Agnolo
Agnosticism
Agnus Dei
Agonic line
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Agos`ta
Agoult, Countess of
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Agou`ti
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Ag`ram
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Agricola, Johann
Agricola, Rudolphus
Agrigen`tum
Agrippa, H. Cornelius
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