Quesnay, François (16941774)

Quesnay, François, a great French economist, born at Mérez (Seine-et-Oise), bred to the medical profession, and eminent as a medical practitioner, was consulting physician to Louis XV., but distinguished for his articles in the “Encyclopédie” on political economy, and as the founder of the Physiocratic School (q.v.), the school which attaches special importance in State economy to agriculture (16941774).

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

Quern * Quesnel, Pasquier
Queen's College
Queen's Colleges
Queen's County
Queen's Metal
Queensland
Queenstown
Quelpart
Quercitron
Querétaro
Quern
Quesnay, François
Quesnel, Pasquier
Quételet, Adolphe
Quetta
Queues, Bakers'
Quevedo y Villegas
Quibéron
Quichuas
Quick, Robert Hebert
Quicksand
Quietism