Christophe, Henri (b. 1820)

Christophe, Henri, a negro, born in Grenada; one of the leaders of the insurgent slaves in Hayti, who, proving successful in arms against the French, became king under the title of Henry I., but ruling despotically provoked revolt, and shot himself through the heart; he was a man of powerful physique; (b. 1820).

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

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Christian Knowledge, Society for Promoting
Christiania
Christianity
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Christie, William Henry Mahoney
Christina
Christina, Maria
Christison, Sir Robert
Christmas
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Christophe, Henri
Christopher, St.
Christopher North
Christopher's, St.
Christ's Hospital
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Chroniclers, The Rhyming
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Chrysëis
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