Paoli, Pasquale de (17261807)

Paoli, Pasquale de, a Corsican patriot; sought to achieve the independence of his country, but was defeated by the Genoese, aided by France, in 1769; took refuge in England, where he was well received and granted a pension; returned to Corsica and became lieutenant-general under the French republic, raised a fresh insurrection, had George III. proclaimed king, but failed to receive the viceroyalty, and returned to England, where he died a disappointed man (17261807).

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

Panza, Sancho * Papal States
Panizzi, Antonio
Pannonia
Panopticon
Panslavism
Pantagruel
Pantheism
Pantheon
Pantograph
Panurge
Panza, Sancho
Paoli, Pasquale de
Papal States
Paphos
Papias
Papier-Mâche
Papin, Denis
Papinianus, Æmilius
Papirius
Pappenheim, Count von
Pappus of Alexandria
Papuans

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