Guyon, Sir

Guyon, Sir, a knight in Spenser's “Faërie Queene,” the impersonation of temperance and self-control; he subdued the sorceress Acrasia (i.e. intemperance), and was the destroyer of her “Bower of Bliss.”

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

Guy of Warwick * Gwalior
Gurney, Joseph John
Gustavus (I.) Vasa
Gustavus (II.) Adolphus
Gustavus III.
Gustavus IV.
Gutenburg, Johannes
Guthrie, Thomas
Gutta-percha
Guy, Thomas
Guy of Warwick
Guyon, Sir
Gwalior
Gwynn, Nell
Gyges
Gymnosophists
Gymnotus
Gypsies
Haafiz
Haarlem
Habakkuk
Habberton, John

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