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" XVI. continually threatened with destruction. Under the windows of his apartments, he heard the act of accusation against himself, and all the other Bourbons, cried about, as preparatory to their condemnation, distributed from the presses of the notorious... "
The revolutionary Plutarch: exhibiting the most distinguished characters in ... - Page 70
by Stewarton - 1805
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The Revolutionary Plutarch: Exhibiting the Most Distinguished ..., Volume 3

Stewarton, Lewis Goldsmith - 1804 - 344 pages
...From that period Monsieur was exposed to public insult ; and with Louis XVI. threatened with continual destruction. Under the windows of his apartments,...of France, demanded that he should try to break the bonciage under which he had for two years groaned. More fortunate, or rather less unfortunate, than...
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The Revolutionary Plutarch: Exhibiting the Most Distinguished ..., Volume 3

Stewarton, Lewis Goldsmith - 1804 - 352 pages
...that period Monsieur was exposed to public insult ; and with Louis XVI. threatened •with continual destruction. Under the windows of his apartments,...distributed from the presses of the notorious jacobin Prudbomme. At length his patience was exhausted ; and his personal safety, and the welfare of France,...
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The bagman's bioscope

William Bayley (of Yorkshire.) - 1824 - 392 pages
...numberless insults and continued dangers, his patience was at length exhausted, and his personal safety demanded that he should try to break the bondage under which he had for two years groaned. Less unfortunate than his brother, Louis XVI. by the courageous assistance of a loyal Swede, Count...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Volume 5

1826 - 390 pages
...numberless insults and continued dangers, his patience was at length exhausted, and his personal safety demanded that he should try to break the bondage under which he had for two years groaned. Less unfortunate than his brother, Louis XVI. by the courageous assistance of a loyal Swede, Count...
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