Stein, Baron von (17571831)

Stein, Baron von, Prussian statesman, born at Nassau; rose rapidly in the service of the State, and became Prussian Prime Minister under William III. in 1807, in which capacity he effected important changes in the constitution of the country to its lasting benefit, till Napoleon procured his dismissal, and he withdrew to Austria, and at length to St. Petersburg, where he was instrumental in turning the general tide against Napoleon (17571831).

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

Steevens, George * Stein, Charlotte von
Stations of the Cross
Statius, Publius Papinius
Staubbach
Staunton, Howard
Stavanger
Stavropol
Steel, Sir John
Steele, Sir Richard
Steen, Jan
Steevens, George
Stein, Baron von
Stein, Charlotte von
Steinmetz, Carl Friedrich von
Steinthal, Heymann
Stella
Stencilling
Steno, Nicholas
Stentor
Stephen
Stephen
Stephen, George