Eötvös, Jozsef (18131871)

Eötvös, Jozsef, Hungarian statesman and author, born at Buda; adopted law as a profession, but devoted himself to literature, and eventually politics; Minister of Public Instruction, and then of Worship and Education; published some powerful dramas and novels, notably “The Village Notary,” a work pronounced equal in many respects to the best of Scott's novels; also vigorous political essays (18131871).

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

Eos * Epact
Enoch, The Book of
Enoch Arden
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Eon
Eon de Beaumont, Charles d'
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Eötvös, Jozsef
Epact
Epaminondas
Epée, Charles Michel, Abbé de l'
Epeius
Épernay
Ephesians, The Epistle to
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Ephialtes
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Eph`ori