Eon de Beaumont, Charles d' (17281810)

Eon de Beaumont, Charles d', the “Chevalier d'Eon,” a noted French diplomatist, born at Tonnerre, Burgundy; notorious as having, while on secret missions, adopted a woman's dress for purposes of disguise; was ambassador at the English Court, but degraded and recalled by Louis XVI., and condemned to wear feminine garb till the close of his life; died in destitution, when the popular doubt as to his real sex was set at rest (17281810).

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

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Ennius
Enoch
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Enoch Arden
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Entsagen
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Eolus
Eon
Eon de Beaumont, Charles d'
Eos
Eötvös, Jozsef
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Epeius
Épernay
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Ephialtes
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