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Occupations referred to in documents and commentaries

215 results

5
calico printer
1
calligrapher
1
Cambridge University printer
1
Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (1883-1895)
2
Canadian journalist
2
Canadian jurist
2
Canadian lawyer
1
Canadian mathematician
2
Canadian Minister of Agriculture
1
Canadian Minister of Agriculture (1873-1876)
8
Canadian Minister of Finance
1
Canadian petitioner
1
Canadian pioneer
3
Canadian politician
5
Canadian printer
3
Canadian publisher
1
Canadian senator
1
Canadian-born American actor
1
Canadian-born American astronomer
1
Captain-General of the armies of the Church
2
card game theorist
13
cardinal
1
Cardinal
1
caricaturist
1
carpenter
1
carpenter at Covent Garden
1
Carthaginian soldier
1
Carthaginian theologian
19
cartographer
2
cartoonist
1
case reporter
1
casuist
1
Catholic controversialist
1
Catholic convert
3
Catholic priest
7
censor
1
Chairman of the Congress Committee on Patents
1
Chairman of the Council of the Society of Arts
1
Chancellor of France (1635-1651)
3
Chancellor of France (1685-1699)
1
Chancellor of France (1714-1717)
5
Chancellor of France (1717-1750, intermittently)
2
Chancellor of France 1750
7
Chancellor of New York (1814-)
2
chaplain on a ship in Nelsons squadron
3
chaplain to King Charles I
24
chemist
1
chess patron
4
Chief Baron of the Exchequer
1
chief cashier at the Bank of England
1
chief clerk of Parlement
2
Chief Clerk of the U.S. Department of State (1817-1833)
3
Chief Constable of Berlin
1
chief engraver of seals to William IV
1
Chief Justice of Barbados
1
Chief Justice of Bengal
1
chief justice of Bermuda
1
Chief Justice of Bermuda
1
Chief Justice of Calcutta
2
Chief Justice of Common Pleas
1
Chief Justice of England under Henry IV
1
Chief Justice of North Carolina
1
Chief Justice of Pennsylvania
3
Chief Justice of Pennsylvania (1777-1799)
1
Chief Justice of Rhode Island
4
Chief Justice of the Kings Bench (1648)
1
Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court
1
Chief Justice of the Province of New York (1763-1782)
1
Chief Justice of the United States (1796-1800)
10
Chief Justice of the United States (1801-1835)
2
Chief Justice of the United States (1836-1864)
1
Chief Justice of the United States (1874-1888)
1
Chief Magistrate of Lagos
2
Chief Minister of France (1642-1661)
1
Chief Rabbi of Erlau, Hungary
1
childrens author
1
childrens writer
1
Chilean priest
7
choirmaster
1
choral director
1
Christian scholar
11
chronicler
10
Church father
3
Church Father
1
church historian
1
church jurist
1
church music composer
1
Church of Scotland minister
10
churchman
1
circus danseuse
1
circus performer
1
civic leader
1
civic reformer
3
civil engineer
37
civil servant
1
civil servant at the Ministry of Public Works
3
claimant to the throne
1
clarinettist
2
classical archaeologist
3
classical grammarian
56
classical scholar
42
clergyman
1
cleric
1
clerk
1
clerk at Court of Appeals
1
clerk at the Court of Cassation
1
Clerk of Stationers Company
1
Clerk of the House of Commons
1
clerk of the Maine District court (1789-1818)
2
clerk of the Maryland House of Delegates
1
clerk of the Massachusetts District Court
2
clerk of the Privy Council of Canada
1
clerk of the Senate of Canada
1
clerk of the Stationers Company
2
co-author of the Cours de droit civil français' (1839-46)
2
co-author, with Adrien Huard, of Dialogue des morts sur la propriété littéraire' (1862) ...
2
co-author, with Etienne Blanc, of Code général de la propriété industrielle littérair ...
1
co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous
1
co-regent of Saxony with his brother Chrisian II
1
coach painter
1
coin engraver
1
collectioner
1
collector
2
collector of folk and fairy tales
1
Colombian lawyer
1
colonel of state militia
10
colonial administrator
11
colonial governor
2
Colonial Secretary (1833-1834, 1841-1844)
5
Colonial Secretary (1870-1874, 1880-1882)
1
Colonial Secretary for Trinidad
2
colonialist
1
colonist
6
comedian
3
comic actor
1
Commander-in-Chief of British forces in India
1
commentator of Dantes 'Commedia Divina'
1
commentator of the Code Civil
1
commercial agent
1
Commissaire at the Châtelet
1
Commissioner at the Permanent Imperial Diet in Regensburg
2
commissioner of the Bridgewater Treatises'
1
Commissioner of the University of Padua
2
compiler
1
compiler of Anglo-Italian dictionary
1
compiler of Arthurian romances
6
compiler of constitutional history
1
compiler of educational works
2
compiler of encyclopaedia
2
compiler of George Washingtons letters
1
compiler of reference works
2
compiler of road books
1
compiler of travel books
120
composer
1
composer of opera bouffe
1
Comptroller under the Lord Chamberlain
1
concert impresario
1
condottiero
7
conductor
1
Confederate general
1
Confederate military officer
3
Congregationalist minister
38
congressman
2
Connecticut Secretary of State (1735-1796)
3
Conservative statesman
1
consistory court official
4
conspirator
6
constitutional delegate
2
constitutional theorist
1
constructor of atmospheric steam engine
8
constructor of marine chronometer
2
consul
5
contributor to the Encyclopaedia Britannica'
11
controversialist
1
copyist
1
copyist
1
copyright expert
1
corrector
7
cotton manufacturer
2
councillor at Court of Cassation (Paris)
4
councillor of state
1
Councillor of the Parlement of Paris 1705
3
councillor to the King of France
1
Counsellor of State
3
counsellor to the King of France
1
Count of Casa-Valencia
1
Count of Floridablanca
1
Count of Ségur
1
counterrevolutionary philosopher
7
county historian
1
county judge
1
court architect of King Ludwig I of Bavaria
1
court official
1
court painter
1
court reporter
3
courtesan
15
courtier
2
cousin of John Locke
1
craftsman
2
creator of classical field theory
1
creator of Roget's Thesaurus'
1
creator of Sam Slick
1
cricketer
1
criminalist
67
critic
1
critic of the Gospels
1
critical writer
1
cryptographer
3
curator at the Bodleian Library
1
currency theorist
1
Cursitor Baron of the Exchequer
2
customs inspector
2
customs official
2
Cynic philosopher
1
Czech educational reformer