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'Traité de Pavie'

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Jacques-Pierre Brissot de Warville
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Partition treaty between the courts in concert, concluded and signed at Pavia, in July, 1791 translation

Notes

Makeshift title. An account of a supposed secret partition treaty concluded in July 1791 at Pavia between Austria, Spain, Prussia and Russia against France. According to the translation in The Cabinet, Brissot published it his journal, Le Patriote Français. The article has not yet been found. The treaty later turned out to be a fake. See Albert Sorel, 'La Fuite de Louis XVI et les essais d’intervention en 1791 - Varennes et Pillnitz', in Revue des Deux Mondes, 3e période, tome 75 (1886), pp.314-346.