Chasles, Philarète (17991873)

Chasles, Philarète, a French littérateur, born near Chartres, a disciple of Rousseau; lived several years in England, and wrote extensively on English subjects, Shakespeare, Mary Stuart, Charles I., and Cromwell among the chief (17991873).

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

Chasles, Michel * Chassé, David Hendrik, Baron
Charron, Pierre
Charterhouse
Chartier, Alain
Chartism
Chartres
Chartreuse, La Grande
Charybdis
Chase, Salmon Portland
Chasi`dim
Chasles, Michel
Chasles, Philarète
Chassé, David Hendrik, Baron
Chassepot
Chasseurs
Chastelard, Pierre de Boscosel de
Chat Moss
Châteaubriand, François René de
Châteaux en Espagne
Châtelet, Marquise de
Châtellerault
Chatham