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Société des amis des droits de l'homme ('British club')

Contributions

  1. Address from the English, Irish and Scotch residents at Paris has translation author

Members

Notes

A group of British, Irish, American and French republicans in Paris, established on 18 November 1792. Supported world revolution and tried to foment insurrection in Dublin. Called 'British Club' by Erdman. See Steven Blakemore, Crisis in Representation: Thomas Paine, Mary Wollstonecraft, Helen Maria Williams, and the Rewriting of the French Revolution, p. 31. Matthieu Ferradou,' Histoire d’un « festin patriotique » à l’hôtel White (18 novembre 1792) : les Irlandais patriotes à Paris, 1789-1795', Annales historiques de la Révolution française (2015).