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Jean-Baptiste LOUVET DE COUVRAY Quelques notices pour l'histoire, et le récit de mes périls depuis le 31 mai 1793. [Ensemble] A la très-auguste Assemblée Nationale

Jean-Baptiste LOUVET DE COUVRAY

Quelques notices pour l'histoire, et le récit de mes périls depuis le 31 mai 1793. [Ensemble] A la très-auguste Assemblée Nationale

Chez Jean-Baptiste Louvet, à Paris 1795, in-8 (12,5x20,5cm), 296pp., relié.


First Edition. The subtitle of the second text speaks for itself: "Termination of forfeitures and contempt of the decrees of the National Assembly, the alleged current municipality of the city of Havana Vernon.Demi Sheepskin contemporary spine smooth skates.. As part of black sheepskin. Friction. A tag line. Some foxing, particularly on page title.This autobiographical is what it's proscription of Couvray Louvet, after engaging in frenzied in the Revolution, near Girondins and became member of the actor insurrection that brought down the monarchy, he was condemned by the Revolution as he had defended and had to take refuge in Switzerland. Returning to France in 1795, thanks to the intervention of Chenier ., he became President of the Convention captivity Written in full, this very vivid account gives a true reflection of the outlaws of the Revolution, the author describes in his political beliefs and his thought that the work is an important testimony the spirit of the Revolution. To make an impression, Louvet took a narrative freedom, assuring readers that he wrote his account of a cave because he was hounded by his enemies. In addition to the famous revolutionary he was, Louvet is the famous author at the time of Knight Faublas.Ex libris weapons of the nineteenth; Library Quevilly. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information!

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