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Richard Lee


  1. Anecdote of J.J. Rousseau translation publisher translator
  2. Extract from Rousseau's Social Contract translation publisher
  3. Extract of a letter from Madame Necker to Dr. Percival, of Manchester, dated Versailles, March 9, 1789 translation publisher uncertainty translator
  4. Fragments from Mercier translation publisher
  5. Hymn to Liberty. Translated from the French, by Thomas Dutton translation publisher
  6. Important and curious extract from Rousseau translation publisher translator
  7. Proclamation of General Hoche to the French army destined to produce a Revolution in Ireland translation publisher uncertainty translator
  8. Selico, an African tale. From the French of M. Florian translation publisher
  9. The American Universal Magazine publisher
  10. The gospel of reason. By J.J. Rousseau, citizen of Geneva translation has other edition publisher translator
  11. The gospel of reason. By J.J. Rousseau, citizen of Geneva translation publisher translator
  12. Trial of Messrs Pitt, George and Co. The speech of Boissy d’Anglas in the sitting of the sixth Fructidor on the political situation of Europe: Copied from the Paris Moniteur and Telegraph translation publisher uncertainty translator


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Radical London publisher, later emigrated to the US. Jacobin. Specialized in cheap radical pamphlets. He printed for the LCS but later resigned (or was excluded) due to conflict over his religious fervour. Jon Mee, 'Citizen Lee at the "Tree of Liberty"', in: Print, Publicity, and Popular Radicalism in the 1790s. https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/print-publicity-and-popular-radicalism-in-the-1790s/citizen-lee-at-the-tree-of-liberty/216BF754ED38B315C80DFB34859C9435/core-reader John Barrell, Imagining the King's death, p. 608 and further. https://books.google.be/books?id=TIIZ7Mkd-bQC&pg=RA1-PA608&lpg=RA1-PA608&dq=john+mee+strange+case+citizen+richard+lee&source=bl&ots=pTeZbGSPet&sig=ACfU3U3xmxSl3tQ55Rjc9L0QqlMI_I0v_Q&hl=nl&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjg66LKiIHrAhVSyaQKHV1tAaYQ6AEwAXoECAcQAQ#v=onepage&q=john%20mee%20strange%20case%20citizen%20richard%20lee&f=false