Du Maurier (18341897)

Du Maurier, artist, born in Paris; started in London as a designer of wood engravings; did illustrations for Once a Week, the Cornhill Magazine, &c.., and finally joined the staff of Punch, to which he contributed numerous clever sketches; he published a novel, “Peter Ibbetson,” in 1891, which was succeeded in 1895 by “Trilby,” which had such a phenomenal success in both England and America (18341897).

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

Dumas, Jean Baptiste André * Dumb Ox
Dulce Domum
Dulcinea del Tobosa
Dulia
Dulong
Duluth
Dulwich
Dumachus
Dumas, Alexandre, the Elder
Dumas, Alexandre, the Younger
Dumas, Jean Baptiste André
Du Maurier
Dumb Ox
Dumbarton
Dumbdrudge
Dumbiedikes
Dumesnil, Marie Françoise
Dumfries
Dumfriesshire
Dumnorix
Dumont, Augustin-Alexandre
Dumont, Jean

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