French Revolution

French Revolution, according to Carlyle “the open violent revolt, and victory, of disimprisoned Anarchy against corrupt, worn-out Authority, the crowning Phenomenon of our Modern Time,” but for which, he once protested to Mr. Froude, he would not have known what to make of this world at all; it was a sign to him that the God of judgment still sat sovereign at the heart of it.

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

French Philosophism * Frere, Sir Henry Bartle Edward
Freeman, Edward Augustus
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Freeport, Sir Andrew
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Freiburg
Freiligrath, Ferdinand
Freischütz
Frémont, John Charles
French Philosophism
French Revolution
Frere, Sir Henry Bartle Edward
Frere, John Hookham
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Freund, Wilhelm
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Freytag, Gustav
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