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Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

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Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Fuente : Internet Archive

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology

Fuente : Internet Archive

Resultados : JUAN


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make concessions to the people. Don Juan of Austria in the mean time was sent with a fleet to enforce


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Artigas, a R-tee'gis, (Don Juan or Fernando Jos6,, a South American general, born at Montevideo about


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wrote the part of " Don Juan" for him. In 1815 he was called to Dresden, where he became manager


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Sardanapalus," " Werner," and " Don Juan." Having fully embarked in the cause of Grecian freedom, he left Italy in


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1868 his father, Don Juan, abdicated his claims in favour of Carlos. In 1873 '^^ latter entered the


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de Miranda, kir-rin'yo di me-rin'di, (Don Juan,) a skilful Spanish painter of history and portraits, was born in Asturias in


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Cavallero, ki-vil-ya'ro, or Caballero, ki-Bil-ya'ro, (Don Juan,) a Spanish general, born in Naples in 17 12.


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Byron's " Don Juan," (1825,) and a collection of poems, entitled " Horace in New York," (1826.)


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y Horozco, ko-var-roo've-is e o-roth'ko, (Don Juan,) a iicj^hcw of the preceding, was born at Toledo. He became Canon of


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" Don Giovanni" (or " Don Juan") and other dramas, and sonnets. Died August 17, 1838.


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Escoiquiz, Is-ko-e-kith', sometimes written Escoiquitz, (Don Juan,) a Spanish priest and courtier, born in Navarre in 1762, was appointed preceptor


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1810. His heroic poem of Don Juan of Austria," (1846,) and an epic entitled Christopher Columbus," (1836,) are among his


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" History of the Prince Don Juan," a Chronicle of Don Emanuel." (1567,) and other valuable works. He was also


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that fortress against the Infant Don Juan, brother of the king. Don Juan, having failed in his efforts to take


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van, vin S'l Sn, ? (Don Juan,) Count of Peracampos, a Spanish general, of Belgian extraction, was born in the


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Iriarte, de, di e-re-a R'ti, (Don Juan,) an eminent linguist and scholar, born in the island of Teneriffe in 1702.


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VAN DSR Hammen, Vida de Don Juan," 1627, Brusl^ DK Mo NTPLHINCHAMP, " Vie de Don Juan d'Autriche," 1690 ,


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Juan, Don. See John, Don, of Austria.


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Langara, de, di lan-g S'ra, (Don Juan,) a Spanish. Commentary," of which there is an American transla-admiral, born about 1730.


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Nouvelle Biographie G^n^rale." Manuel, m5-noo-§I', (Don Juan,) a Spanish prince and author, was a nephew of Alfonso X. of Castiie.


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was married in 1497 to Don Juan, Infant of Spain, son of Ferdinand and Isabella, who survived but a few


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married to the Spanish prince Don Juan, a son of Ferdinand and Isabella. Among the important acts of his reign


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" Don Giovanni," or " Don Juan," which was first performed at Prague in 1787. The King of Prussia offered


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Penalosa, de, di pin-yi-lo's J, (Don Juan,) a Spanish painter, born at Baeza in 1581 , died in 1636.


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Perpinian, p SR-pe-ne-in', [Lat. Perpinia'nus,] (Pedro Juan,) a Spanish scholar, born in the province of Valencia in 1530. He was


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Bosca, sil-vi-o AR' e bos'ki, (Don Juan,) a Spanish botanist, born in Catalonia in 1598, was the father of the


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by his friend and fellow-traveller, Jorge Juan, " American Notes on Southern and Northeastern America," (" Noticias Americanas sobre la


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Valera, (Don Juan,) a Spanish statesman and author, born at Cabra, Cordova, in 1824. As a