Daru, Comte (17671829)

Daru, Comte, a French administrator and littérateur, born at Montpellier; translated Horace when in prison during the Reign of Terror; served as administrator under Napoleon; on the return of the Bourbons devoted himself to letters, and wrote the “History of the Republic of Venice” (17671829).

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

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Darius III.
Darjeeling
Darley, George
Darling
Darling, Grace
Darlington
Darmesteter, James
Darmstadt
Darnley, Henry Stuart, Lord
Dartmoor
Daru, Comte
Darwin, Charles Robert
Darwin, Erasmus
Darwinian Theory
Dasent, Sir George Webbe
Dash, Countess
Dashkoff
Dates of Epoch-making Events
Daubenton, Louis Jean Marie
Daubeny, Charles
D'Aubigné, Merle