• Louis Antoine

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  • Antoine Louis

    Antoine Louis

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  • Louis Antoine, Duke of Angouleme

  • Louis Antoine Godey

    Louis Antoine Godey (June 6, 1804 – November 29, 1878) was an American editor and publisher, known as the founder of Godey's Lady's Book, the first successful American women's fashion magazine.

  • Auguste Louis Antoine Fabre

    Auguste Louis Antoine Fabre

    Auguste Louis Antoine Fabre (13 April 1820 – 15 January 1878) was a French magistrate who was briefly a national deputy during the Second French Empire.

  • Louis Antoine François de Marchangy

    Louis Antoine François de Marchangy

    Louis Antoine François de Marchangy (25 August 1782 – 2 February 1826) was a French lawyer, author and politician. He was a passionate supporter first of Napoleon and later of the Bourbons, and an impressive force in the courtroom. He was a Deputy from 1822 to 1824.

  • Antoine Louis François Sergent dit Sergent-Marceau

    Antoine Louis François Sergent dit Sergent-Marceau

    Antoine Louis François Sergent, called Sergent-Marceau (1751–1847) was a French painter and printmaker.

  • Louis Antoine Cambray-Digny

    Louis Antoine Jean Baptiste de Cambray-Digny (1751–1822) was a French officer during the American Revolution.

  • Louis Antoine Léon de Saint-Just

  • Louis Antoine Garnier-Pagès

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