Discours prononc̀e au Comité de la propagande par M. Duport en rèsponse à M. le cte de Mirabeau le 21 Mai 1790.
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Adrien Jean Francois Duport (1759-1798) was a French political figure who worked with a Swiss political organization, the Comité or Club de la Propagande, an organization which sought to bring the principles of the French Revolution to Switzerland. Duport debated the feasibility of this approach numerous times with the Comte de Mirabeau. From the description of Discours prononc̀e au Comité de la propagande par M. Duport en rèsponse à M. le cte de Mirabeau le 21 Mai 1790. (Hagley ...
Honoré Mirabeau was a French politician and orator, a prominent figure in the National Assembly that governed France during the early phases of the French Revolution. From the guide to the Archives Mirabeau., 1771-1920, and undated., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) French Revolution politician. Spent 8 years in prison in his youth, primarily due to lettres de cachet obtained by his father. From the description of Letter, 1780 April...