Address of the National Assembly of France to the People Shewing what They Have Already Done, what They Farther Intend, and Answering Their Calumniators: With an Appendix Consisting of Such Authentic Documents, as Explaine More Fully the Changes in Government, Alluded to in the Address : the Whole Presenting a Clear and Short View of the Late Extraordinary Revolution in France, and of the Principles on which the New Constitution is Founded
J. Ridgway, 1790 - Constitutional history - 71 pages
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