Federation, The Champs-de-Mars

Federation, The Champs-de-Mars, a grand féte celebrated in the Champs-de-Mars, Paris, on July 14, 1790, the anniversary of the taking of the Bastille, at which deputies from the newly instituted departments assisted to the number of 80,000, as well as deputies from other nations, “Swedes, Spaniards, Polacks, Turks, Chaldeans, Greeks, and dwellers in Mesopotamia,” representatives of the human race, “with three hundred drummers, twelve hundred wind-musicians, and artillery planted on height after height to boom the tidings all over France, the highest recorded triumph of the Thespian art.” Louis XVI. too assisted at the ceremony, and took solemn oath to the constitution just established in the interest of mankind. See Carlyle'sFrench Revolution.”

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

Federalist * Fehmgericht
Fayal
Fayyum
Feasts, Jewish, of Dedication
February
Fécamp
Fechner, Gustav Theodor
Fechter, Charles Albert
Feciales
Federal Government
Federalist
Federation, The Champs-de-Mars
Fehmgericht
Feith
Félicité, St.
Felix
Felix, Claudius
Felix Holt
Fell, John
Fellah
Fellows, Sir Charles
Fellowship