Crébillon (16741762)

Crébillon, a French dramatist, born at Dijon, bred to the law, devoted to literature and the composition of tragedies, of which he produced several, mostly on classical subjects, such as “Atreus and Thyestes,” “Electra,” of unequal merit, though at times of great power; he ranked next Voltaire among the dramatists of the time (16741762).

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

Creatin * Crécy
Cratinus
Cratippus
Cratylus
Crawford, Marion
Crawford, Thomas
Crawford and Balcarres, Earl of
Crayer, Caspar de
Creakle, Mr.
Creasy, Sir Edward
Creatin
Crébillon
Crécy
Crédit Foncier
Creech, William
Creeks
Creighton, Mandell
Crémieux
Cremona
Cremorne
Creole State
Crescent City