Reybaud, Marie Roch Louis (17991879)

Reybaud, Marie Roch Louis, a versatile littérateur and politician, born at Marseilles; travelled in India, established himself as a Radical journalist in Paris in 1829, and edited important works of travel, wrote popular novels, published important studies in social science; elected a member of the Academy of Moral Sciences (1850); was an active politcian, investigated for government the agricultural colonies in Algeria; author of “Scenes in Modern Life,” “Industry in Europe,” &c. (17991879).

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

Revue des Deux Mondes * Reykjavik
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
Rhea Silvia
Rheims