Cœur, Jacques (14001456)

Cœur, Jacques, a rich merchant of Bourges, financier to Charles VII., for whom he provided the sinews of war against the English, but who banished him at the instigation of detractors; he was reinstated under Louis XI. (14001456).

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

Coello * Cœur de Lion
Cocos Islands
Cocytus
Codrington, Sir Edward
Codrington, Sir William John
Codrus
Coehoorn, Baron van
Cœlebs
Cœle-Syria
Cœlian
Coello
Cœur, Jacques
Cœur de Lion
Cogito, ergo sum
Cognac
Cogniet
Coila
Coimbatore
Coimbra
Coke
Coke, Sir Edward
Colbert, Jean Baptiste