Rouher, Eugène

Rouher, Eugène, French Bonapartist statesman, born at Riom, where he became a barrister; entered the Constituent Assembly in 1848, and in the following year became Minister of Justice; was more or less in office during the next 20 years; he became President of the Senate in 1869; fled to England on the fall of the Empire; later on re-entered the National Assembly, and vigorously defended the ex-emperor Napoleon III. (1814-1884).

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

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Roubaix
Roubilliac, Louis François
Rouble
Rouen
Rouget de Lisle
Rouge-et-Noir
Rouher, Eugène
Roulers
Roulette
Roumania
Roumelia
Round Table, The
Round Towers
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Rous, Francis
Rousseau, Jean Baptiste
Rousseau, Jean Jacques