Coulomb (17361806)

Coulomb, a learned French physicist and engineer, born at Angoulême; the inventor of the torsion balance, and to whose labours many discoveries in electricity and magnetism are due; lived through the French Revolution retired from the strife (17361806).

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

Coucy * Councils, Church
Cotswold Hills
Cotta, Caius
Cotta
Cottian Alps
Cottin, Sophie
Cottle, Joseph
Cotton, Bishop
Cotton, Charles
Cotton, Sir Robert Bruce
Coucy
Coulomb
Councils, Church
Courayes
Courbet
Courbet, Gustave
Courier, Paul Louis
Courland
Court de Gébelin
Courtney, William
Courtois, Jacques
Courtrais