Condé, Louis I., Prince of (15301569)

Condé, Louis I., Prince of, founder of the house of Condé, a brave, gallant man, though deformed; distinguished himself in the wars between Henry II. and Charles V., particularly in the defence of Metz; affronted at court, and obnoxious to the Guises, he became a Protestant, and joined his brother the king of Navarre; became the head of the party, and was treacherously killed after the battle of Jarnac; he had been party, however, to the conspiracy of Amboise, which aimed a death-blow at the Guises (15301569).

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

Condé, House of * Condé, Louis II., Prince of
Conception of our Lady
Conciergerie
Conclave
Concord
Concord
Concordat, The
Concorde, Place de la
Concordia
Condé, Henry I., Prince of
Condé, House of
Condé, Louis I., Prince of
Condé, Louis II., Prince of
Condé, Louis Joseph, Prince de
Condillac, Étienne Bonnot
Conditional Immortality
Condorcet, Marquis de
Condottie`ri
Confederate States
Confederation of the Rhine
Conference
Confessions of Faith