Rémusat, Charles, Comte de (17971875)

Rémusat, Charles, Comte de, French politician and man of letters, born in Paris; was a Liberal in politics; drew up a protest against the ordinances of Polignac, which precipitated the revolution of July; was Minister of the Interior under Thiers, was exiled after the coup d'état, and gave himself mainly to philosophical studies thereafter (17971875).

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

Rémusat, Abel * Renaissance
Religion
Religious Tract Society
Reliquary
Rembrandt
Remigius, St.
Remington, Philo
Remonstrance, The
Remonstrants
Remus
Rémusat, Abel
Rémusat, Charles, Comte de
Renaissance
Renaix
Renan, Ernest
Rendsburg
René I.
Renfrew
Renfrewshire
Rennell, James
Rennes
Rennie, John