Pichegru, Charles (17611804)

Pichegru, Charles, French general, born at Arbois, in Jura; served with distinguished success in the army of the Republic on the Rhine and in the Netherlands, but sold himself to the Bourbons, and being convicted of treason, was deported to Cayenne, but escaped to England, where in course of time he joined the conspiracy of Georges Cadoudal against the First Consul, and being betrayed, was imprisoned in the Temple, where one morning after he was found strangled (17611804).

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

Piccolomini * Pickwick, Samuel
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Physiocratic School
Piacenza
Pia-mater
Piarists
Piazzi
Pibroch
Picador
Picardy
Piccolomini
Pichegru, Charles
Pickwick, Samuel
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Picquart, Colonel
Picton, Sir Thomas
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