Cathelineau, Jacques (17591793)

Cathelineau, Jacques, a famous leader of the Vendéans in their revolt against the French Republic on account of a conscription in its behalf; a peasant by birth; mortally wounded in attacking Nantes; he is remembered by the peasants of La Vendée as the “Saint of Anjou” (17591793).

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

Cathedral * Catholic Emancipation
Catharine of Aragon
Catharine of Braganza
Catharine of Sienna
Catharine of Valois
Catharine Parr
Catharine Theot
Cathay
Cathcart, Earl
Cathcart, Sir George
Cathedral
Cathelineau, Jacques
Catholic Emancipation
Catholic Epistles
Catholic Majesty
Catiline
Catinat, Nicolas
Catlin, George
Cato Dionysius
Cato, Marcus Portius
Cato, Marcus Portius
Cato-Street Conspiracy