Raynal, the Abbé (17131796)

Raynal, the Abbé, French philosopher; wrote “Histoire des Indes” and edited “Philosophic History,” distinguished for its “lubricity, unveracity, loose, loud eleutheromaniac rant,” saw it burnt by the common hangman, and his wish fulfilled as a “martyr” to liberty (17131796).

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

Raymond * Raynouard, François
Ravenna, Exarch of
Ravenscroft, Thomas
Ravenswood
Ravignan, Gustave Delacroix de
Rawal Pindi
Rawlinson, George
Rawlinson, Sir Henry
Ray, John
Rayleigh, Lord
Raymond
Raynal, the Abbé
Raynouard, François
Ré, Isle of
Reade, Charles
Reading
Reading
Real
Real
Real Presence
Realism
Realm, Estates of the