Rasselas

Rasselas, a quasi-novel written in 1759 by Johnson to pay the expenses of his mother's funeral, the subject of which is an imaginary prince of Abyssinia, and its aim a satire in sombre vein on human life.

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

Rassam, Hormuzd * Rastatt
Raphael, Santi
Rapin de Thoyras
Rapp, George
Rapp, Jean
Rappahannock
Rashi
Rask, Rasmus Christian
Raskolink
Raspail, François Vincent
Rassam, Hormuzd
Rasselas
Rastatt
Rataña
Rathlin
Ratich, Wolfgang
Rational Horizon
Rationalism, Modern
Ratisbo
Rattazzi, Urbano
Rauch, Christian
Rauhes Haus

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Rasselas in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Johnson, Samuel [1709–1737]