Rabant de St. Étienne

Rabant de St. Étienne, a moderate French Revolutionary; member of the Constituent Assembly; one of the Girondists; opposed the extreme party, and concealed himself between two walls he had built in his brother's house; was discovered, and doomed to the guillotine, as were also those who protected him (1743-1793).

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

Raasay * Rabat
Quirinal
Quirites
Quito
Quito, Cordillera of
Quit-rent
Quorra
Quorum
Qurân
Raab
Raasay
Rabant de St. Étienne
Rabat
Rabbi
Rabbism
Rabelais, François
Races of Mankind
Rachel, Eliza
Racine
Racine, Jean
Rack
Radcliffe