Hauff, Wilhelm (18021827)

Hauff, Wilhelm, a German prose writer, born in Stuttgart, who died young; wrote “Memoirs of Satan” and “The Man in the Moon,” and a number of charmingly told “Tales,” which have made his name famous among ourselves (18021827).

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

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Hatfield
Hatherley, Baron
Hathras
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Hatteras, Cape
Hatti-Sheriff
Hatto
Hauberk
Hauch, Hans Carsten
Hauff, Wilhelm
Haug
Hauser, Kaspar
Haussa
Haussman, George Eugène
Haüy, René Just
Havana
Havel
Havelock, Sir Henry
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Havergal, Frances Ridley