Favart, Charles Simon (17101792)

Favart, Charles Simon, French dramatist, born at Paris, where he became director of the Opéra Comique; was celebrated as a vivacious playwright and composer of operas; during a temporary absence from Paris he established his Comedy Company in the camp of Marshal Saxe during the Flanders campaign; his memoirs and correspondence give a bright picture of theatrical life in Paris during the 18th century (17101792).

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

Faustulus * Favonius
Fauns
Fauntleroy, Henry
Faunus
Faure, François Felix
Faust, Johannes
Faust
Fausta
Faustina, Annia Galeri
Faustina, Annia, Junior
Faustulus
Favart, Charles Simon
Favonius
Favre, Jules Claude Gabriel
Fawcett, Henry
Fawkes, Guy
Fay, Andreas
Fayal
Fayyum
Feasts, Jewish, of Dedication
February
Fécamp