D'Argenson, Comte (16961764)

D'Argenson, Comte, an eminent French statesman, head of the police in Paris; introduced lettres de cachet, and was a patron of the French philosophes; had the “Encyclopédie” dedicated to him; fell out of favour at Court, and had to leave Paris, but returned to die there (16961764).

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

D'Argens, Marquis * Daric
Daphnis
Dapsang
D'Arblay, Madame
Darboy, Georges
Darby and Joan
Darbyites
Dardanelles
Dardanus
Darfur
D'Argens, Marquis
D'Argenson, Comte
Daric
Darien, Gulf of
Darien Scheme
Darius I.
Darius II.
Darius III.
Darjeeling
Darley, George
Darling
Darling, Grace