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Proscribed royalists emerged on all sides from the holes where they had been burrowing for the last fifteen years.
THE HOUSE OF THE COMBRAYSG. LE NOTRE
Proscribed as a Girondist, Sept. 1793, he fled to Switzerland.
A BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF FREETHINKERS OF ALL AGES AND NATIONSJOSEPH MAZZINI WHEELER
Proscribed by the provincial Congress of New Hampshire, 1778.
THE MAKERS OF CANADA: INDEX AND DICTIONARY OF CANADIAN HISTORYVARIOUS
Proscribed and insulted, the poor Jews were compelled to turn their hand against every man in their own defence.
A COLLECTION OF ESSAYS AND FUGITIV WRITINGSNOAH WEBSTER
Proscribed by the Girondins, he poisoned himself to escape the guillotine, March 28, 1794.
THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, VOLUME 6LORD BYRON
Slaves were rewarded for betraying their masters, and whoever harbored any of the Proscribed was punished with death.
A SMALLER HISTORY OF ROMEWILLIAM SMITH AND EUGENE LAWRENCE
Lists after lists of the Proscribed were then published, each more numerous than the former.
A SMALLER HISTORY OF ROMEWILLIAM SMITH AND EUGENE LAWRENCE
Proscribed families, giving birth out of France to children, oppressed before they are born.
BLACKWOODS EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 59, NO. 366, APRIL, 1846VARIOUS
Proscribed as a regicide at the second restoration, he sailed for the United States, where he was warmly welcomed by Jefferson.
LAMARCK, THE FOUNDER OF EVOLUTIONALPHEUS SPRING PACKARD
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