Thou, Jacques-Auguste de (15531617)

Thou, Jacques-Auguste de, a celebrated historian, born at Paris; enjoyed the favour of Henry III., and by Henry IV. was appointed keeper of the royal library; his history of his own times is a work of great value as a clear and remarkably impartial survey of an interesting period of European history (15531617).

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

Thoth * Thousand Islands
Thomson, Sir William, Lord Kelvin
Thor
Thoreau, Henry David
Thorn
Thornbury, George Walter
Thornhill, Sir James
Thornycroft, Hamo
Thorough
Thorwaldsen, Bertel
Thoth
Thou, Jacques-Auguste de
Thousand Islands
Thrace
Thrasybulus
Three Hours' Agony
Three Rivers
Thring, Edward
Throgmorton, Sir Nicholas
Thucydides
Thugs
Thule, Ultima