The life and character of Maximilian Robespierre. Proving by facts and arguments, that that much-calumniated person was one of the greatest men, and one of the purest and most enlightened reformers, that ever existed in the world: also containing Robespierre's principal discourses, addresses, reports, and projects of law, &c., in the National assembly, National convention, Commune of Paris, and the popular societies; with the author's reflections on the principal events and leading men of the French revolution, etc., etc., etc. By James Bronterre O'Brien. v.1.
|Main Author:||O'Brien, James Bronterre, 1805-1864.|
London, J. Watson [1837?]
France > History > Revolution, 1789-1799.
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viii, -522 p.
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