Dupuy, M. Charles (b. 1851)

Dupuy, M. Charles, French statesman, born at Puy; elected to the Chamber in 1885; became Premier in 1893 and in 1894; was in office when Dreyfus was condemned and degraded, and resigned in 1895; (b. 1851).

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

Dupuis, Charles François * Dupuytren, Baron
Dupanloup
Duperré
Duperron
Dupin, André
Dupleix, Joseph
Duplessis, Mornay
Dupont, Pierre
Dupont de l'Eure
Dupont de Nemours
Dupuis, Charles François
Dupuy, M. Charles
Dupuytren, Baron
Duquesne, Abraham, Marquis
Dura Den
Durance
Durand
Durandal
Durban
Durbar
Dürer, Albert
D'Urfey, Tom