J. P. brissot, deputy of eure and loire, to his constituents, on the situation of the national convention; on the influence of the anarchists, and the evils it has caused; and on the necessity of annihilating that influence in order to save the republic.
London. Printed for John Stockdale, 1794. New edition.
8vo. xl, 121pp, . With a 14pp terminal publisher's advertisement catalogue, ESTC calls for 15 terminal advertisement leaves, but other copies appear to be known as here. Uncut and partially unopened, stitched, as issued. Inked ownership inscription to title-page, else clean and crisp.
Jacques Pierre Brissot (1754-1793), was a leading member of the Girondist movement during the French Revolution. He became a leading Abolitionist, and founded in Paris an anti-slavery group Society of the Friends of the Blacks, of which he was president.
ESTC T126841.£ 75.00 Antiquates Ref: 19000