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Avis aux ordres privilégiés, dans les divers états de l'Europe, tiré de la nécessité, dans le sens proprement dit, d'une révolution génèrale dans le principe du gouvernement. Par Joël Barlow

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Joel Barlow


uncertainty Joel Barlow
Joseph Johnson

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is translation of
Advice to the privileged orders in the several states of Europe resulting from the necessity and propriety of general revolution in the principle of government, Part I has translation has other edition


Radical and republican manifesto. Possibly an autotranslation by Barlow. On the 1792 source text: Percy H. Boynton, ‘Joel Barlow Advises the Privileged Orders’, The New England Quarterly Vol. 12, No. 3 (Sep., 1939), pp. 477-499.