Isambert, François André (17921857)

Isambert, François André, a noteworthy French lawyer, politician, and historian, born at Aunay; began to practise in Paris at the age of twenty-six; becoming known in politics, he gained considerable renown by certain works on French law and by his advocacy of the claims of the liberated slaves in the French West Indies; entering the Chamber of Deputies after the Revolution of July 1830, he set himself to oppose the Jesuits and to further freedom; “The Religious Conditions of France and Europe” and a “History of Jerusalem” were among his later works; he died at Paris (17921857).

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

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Issac II., Angelus
Isac of York
Isabella
Isabella II.
Isabey Jean Baptiste
Isæus
Isaiah
Isaiah, The Ascension of
Isaiah, The Prophecies of
Isambert, François André
Isandula
Isauria
Ischia
Ischl
Isengrin
Iser
Isère
Iserlohn
Ishmael
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