Revolution

Revolution, a sudden change for most part in the constitution of a country in consequence of internal revolt, particularly when a monarchy is superseded by a republic, as in France in 1789, in 1848, and 1870, that in 1830 being merely from one branch of the Bourbon family to another, such as that also in England in 1658. The French Revolution of 1798 is the revolution by pre-eminence, and the years 1848-49 were years of revolutions in Europe.

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

Revival of Religion * Revue des Deux Mondes
Revel
Revelation
Revelation, Book of
Revels, Master of the
Reverberatory Furnace
Revere, Paul
Reverend
Réville, Albert
Revival of Letters
Revival of Religion
Revolution
Revue des Deux Mondes
Reybaud, Marie Roch Louis
Reykjavik
Reynard the Fox
Reynolds, John Fulton
Reynolds, Sir Joshua
Rhabdomancy
Rhadamanthus
Rhapsodists
Rhea

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