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An historical sketch of the French Revolution commencing with its predisposing causes, and carried on to the acceptation of the constitution, in 1795. By Sampson Perry

Contributions

Sampson Perry
author
Henry Delahoy Symonds
publisher

Related resources

has part
The French Constitution adopted by the Convention, Aug. 22, 1795. New Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man, and of a Citizen translation

Notes

First edition published in 1792.