By H. C. Millies
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Of the English guineas found on the rioters ? Of Englishmen mingling in the mobs of Paris during popular agitations ? Of the seditious pamphlets printed in London ? Of the traffic in letters, messages, and money maintained between England and the revolutionary leaders ? 2006 10:39:31 Nesta Webster, The French Revolution Danton, Brissot, Pétion, St. Huruge, Theroigne de Méricourt, and the ruffian Rotondo were all habitués of London. These facts admit of no denial ; to suppose, however, any complicity on the part of the English Government is illogical and absurd.
6. Journal d’un Étudiant, edited by M. Gaston Maugras, p. 9. 7. Correspondance Secrète sur Louis XVI el Marie Antoinette, edited by M. de Lescure, p. 126. 8. “ Grand Triomphe de M. le Duc d’Orléans, ou Examen Impartial de Conduite,” p. 5, August 23, 1790. 9. Montjoie, Conjuration de d’Orléans, i. 213. 10. Mémoires du Comte de Tilly, ii. 110. 11. Le Général Choderlos de Laclos, by Émile Dard, p. 153. 12. Montjoie, Conjuration de d’Orléans, i. 93. 13. Les Fils de Philippe Égalité pendant la Terreur, by G.
In the course of this book we shall see that the crimes committed by the lowest of the Paris rabble, and execrated by the honest democrats of France, were applauded by educated men and women in our country, and if England was not plunged in the horrors of anarchy it was not because she did not hold within her forces capable of producing them. These, then, were the four great intrigues of the French Revolution. Their aims may be briefly recapitulated thus : I. The intrigue of the Orléanistes to change the dynasty of France.
Recherches sur les monnaies Indigenes de l'archipel Indien et de la peninsule Malaie by H. C. Millies