Enghien, Louis de Bourbon, Duc d' (17721804)

Enghien, Louis de Bourbon, Duc d', an ill-fated French Royalist, born at Chantilly; joined the Royalists under his grandfather, Prince of Condé, and took part in the Rhine campaign against the Republicans; was suspected of being concerned in a Bourbon plot to assassinate the Emperor Napoleon; was seized in the neutral territory of Baden, brought to Vincennes, and, after an inconclusive and illegal trial, shot by Napoleon's orders, a proceeding which gave rise to Fouché's remark, “It is worse than a crime—it is a blunder” (17721804).

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

Engedi * Engineers, Royal Naval
Endogens
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Endymion
Eneid
Energy, Conservation of
Enfantin, Barthélemy Prosper
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Engedi
Enghien, Louis de Bourbon, Duc d'
Engineers, Royal Naval
Engineers, the Corps of Royal
England
England, The Want Of
Engles, Friedrich
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Ennius
Enoch
Enoch, The Book of