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" ... discourse, and closes with a good snug resolution, which is carried with a huzza. Thus, in considering a plan for a national bank proposed by M. Necker, one of them took it into his head to move that every member should give his silver buckles, which... "
'Les origines de la France contemporaine'. The Revolution, tr. by J. Durand - Page 113
by Hippolyte Adolphe Taine - 1878
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The Diary and Letters of Gouverneur Morris: Minister of the United ..., Volume 1

Gouverneur Morris - France - 1888
...every member should give his silver buckles, which was agreed to at once, and the honorable member laid his upon the table, after which the business went on again. It is difficult to guess whereabouts the flock will settle when it flies so wild, but. as far as it...
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The Diary and Letters of Gouverneur Morris: Minister of the United ..., Volume 1

Gouverneur Morris - France - 1888
...every member should give his silver buckles, which was agreed to at once, and the honorable member laid his upon the table, after which the business went on again. It is difficult to guess whereabouts the flock will settle when it flies so wild, but, as far as it...
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The French Revolution, Volume 1

Hippolyte Taine - France - 1897
...resolution which is carried with a huzzah. Thus, in considering the plan of a national bank prol>osed by M. Necker, one of them took it into his head to...the mercy of every surprise. When they are seized \vi;h these fits of enthusiasm, infatuation spreads over all the benches; prudence gives way, all foresight...
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Contemporary American Opinion of the French Revolution, Volume 16

Charles Downer Hazen - France - 1897 - 315 pages
...every member should give his silver buckles, which was agreed to at once, and the honorable member laid his upon the table, after which the business went on again. It is difficult to guess whereabouts the flock will settle when it flies so wild. . . ." ' 1 Diary...
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Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political ..., Volume 16

Herbert Baxter Adams - Social sciences - 1897 - 315 pages
...every member should give his silver buckles, which was agreed to at once, and the honorable member laid his upon the table, after which the business went on again. It is difficult to guess whereabouts the flock will settle when it flies so wild. . . ." * 1 Diary...
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