Eloge

Eloge, a discourse in panegyric of some illustrious person deceased, in which composition Fontenelle took the lead, and in which he was followed by D'Alembert, Condorcet, Flourens, and others.

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

Elmo's Fire, St. * Elohim
Elliotson, John
Elliott, Ebenezer
Ellis, Alexander J.
Ellis, George
Ellis, Sir Henry
Ellis, William
Elliston, Robert William
Ellora
Ellwood, Thomas
Elmo's Fire, St.
Eloge
Elohim
Elohist
Elphinstone, George Keith, Admiral
Elphinstone, Mountstuart
Elphinstone, William
Elsass
Elsinore
Elswick
Elton
Elton, Charles Isaac

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Albon, Claude Camille, Francois Count D'
Ansart, Andrew Joseph
Anville, John-Baptiste Bourignon D'
Arcere, Louis Etienne
Arnaldo, Peter Anthony
Banier, Anthony
Barbeu Du Bourg, James
Batoni, Pompeo
Baume, James Francis De La
Bernard, Catharine
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