Hauser, Kaspar

Hauser, Kaspar, a young man of about 16 who mysteriously appeared in Nürnberg one day in 1828, was found to be as helpless and ignorant as a baby, and held a letter in his hand giving an account of his history. The mystery of his case interested Lord Stanhope, who charged himself with the care of him, but he was enticed out of the house he was boarded in one day, returned mortally wounded, and died soon after.

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

Haug * Haussa
Hatherley, Baron
Hathras
Hats and Caps
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
Haverfordwest
Havergal, Frances Ridley
Haversian Canals
Havre, Le