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John Oswald

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  1. British Mercury journalist
  2. Chronique du mois journalist
  3. Leçons au Prince de Galles, Sur la disposition actuelle de l'Europe à une Révolution générale: traduites de l'Anglois, sur la seconde Edition imprimée à Londres translation uncertainty translator
  4. The government of the people, or A sketch of a constitution for the universal commonwealth has translation author
  5. The London Chronicle journalist
  6. The Spirit of the French Constitution, or the Almanach of Goodman Gerard for the Year 1792. Being the third year of the aera of Liberty. A work crowned by the Society of the Friends of the Constitution, held at the Jacobins', Paris. By J.M. Collot d'Herbois, member of the society: Translated, at the request of the author, by John Oswald, member of the society and author of a Review of the Constitution of Great Britain translation has paratext translator
  7. The Spirit of the French Constitution, or the Almanach of Goodman Gerard for the Year 1792. Being the third year of the aera of Liberty. A work crowned by the Society of the Friends of the Constitution, held at the Jacobins', Paris. By J.M. Collot d'Herbois, member of the society: Translated, at the request of the author, by John Oswald, member of the society and author of a Review of the Constitution of Great Britain paratext author

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Oswald acts as a liaison between the Jacobin club and various revolutionary society in England, including the Manchester Constitutional Society and the London Revolution Society. Published under the pseudonyms Sylvester Otway and Ignotus. Erdman, Commerce des Lumières.