Camus (17401804)

Camus, a learned French jurisconsult, member of the National Convention; a determined enemy of the Court party in France; voted for the execution of the king as a traitor and conspirator; was conservator of the national records, and did good service in preserving them (17401804).

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

Camus * Canaan
Camperdown
Camphuysen
Campi
Campine
Campion, Edmund
Campo-Formio
Campo Santo
Campos
Campvere
Camus
Camus
Canaan
Canaanites
Canada
Canaletto, Antonio
Canaletto, Bernardo Bellotto
Canaris, Constantine
Canary Islands
Cancan
Candia
Candide