Rousseau, Jean Baptiste (16701741)

Rousseau, Jean Baptiste, French lyric poet, born in Paris, the son of a shoemaker; gave offence by certain lampoons ascribed to him which to the last he protested were forgeries, and was banished; his satires were certainly superior to his lyrics, which were cold and formal; died at Brussels in exile (16701741).

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

Rous, Francis * Rousseau, Jean Jacques
Rouge-et-Noir
Rouher, Eugène
Roulers
Roulette
Roumania
Roumelia
Round Table, The
Round Towers
Roundheads
Rous, Francis
Rousseau, Jean Baptiste
Rousseau, Jean Jacques
Rousseau, Pierre Étienne Théodore
Roveredo
Row, John
Rowe, Nicholas
Rowlandson, Thomas
Rowley Regis
Rowton Heath
Roxburghshire
Royal Academy of Arts