Esprit des Lois

Esprit des Lois (i.e. the Spirit of Laws), the title of Montesquieu's great work, at once speculative and historical, published in 1748, characterised in “Sartor” as the work, like many others, of “a clever infant spelling letters from a hieroglyphic book the lexicon of which lies in Eternity, in Heaven.”

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

Espiritu Santo * Espy, James Pollard
Esk
Eskimo
Eskimo dog
Esmond, Henry
Esné
Esoteric
Espartero
Espinasse, Clare Françoise
Espinel, Vincent de
Espiritu Santo
Esprit des Lois
Espy, James Pollard
Esquire
Esquiros, Henry Alphonse
Essen
Essenes
Essequibo
Essex
Essex, Robert Devereux, Earl of
Essex, Robert Devereux, Earl of
Essling

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