Royal memoirs on the French revolution: Containing, I. A narrative of the journey of Louis XVI. and his family to Varennes, by Madame Royale, duchess of Angoulême. II. A narrative of a journey to Bruxelles and Coblentz in 1791, by Monsieur, now Louis XVIII. III. Private memoirs of what passed in the Temple, from the imprisonment of the royal family to the death of the Dauphin, by Madame Royale, duchess of Angoulême. With historical and biographical illustrations by the translator.
|Related Names:||Croker, John Wilson 1780-1857., Louis XVIII King of France 1755-1824., Angoulême, Marie-Thérèse Charlotte duchesse d' 1778-1851.|
London, J. Murray, 1823.
> Revolution, 1789-1799.
Of the three articles, no. I "was ... incorporated into ... Weber's Memoirs;" no. II appeared 1823, under title, "Relation d'un voyage a ́Bruxelles et a ́Coblentz, 1791;" no. III appeared 1817, under title, "Memoirs particuliers [etc.]
Halkett & Laing attribute the translation and editing to John Wilson Croker.
302 p. incl. front. (plan)
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