Verigniaud (17531793)

Verigniaud, an eloquent orator of the French Revolution; a man of indolent temper, but by his eloquence became leader of the Girondins; presided at the trial of the king, and pronounced the decision of the court—sentence of death, presided as well “at the Last Supper of his party, with wild coruscations of eloquence, with song and mirth,” and was guillotined next day, the last of the lot (17531793).

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

Vergil, Polydore * Verlaine, Paul
Vengeur, Le
Venice
Ventnor
Venus
Venus
Vera Cruz
Verdi, Giuseppe
Verdun
Verestchagin
Vergil, Polydore
Verigniaud
Verlaine, Paul
Vermont
Verne, Jules
Vernet, Claude
Vernon, Di
Verona
Veronese, Paolo
Veronica, St.
Versailles
Vertumnus