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  • n. Plural form of Septemberer.


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  • Little will it avail whether our Septemberers be punished or go unpunished; if Pitt and

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  • These are the Septemberers (Septembriseurs); a name of some note and lucency, -- but lucency of the Nether-fire sort; very different from that of our Bastille Heroes, who shone, disputable by no Friend of

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  • A Guard of National Volunteers, missioned from all the Eighty-three or Eighty-five Departments, for that express end; these will keep Septemberers, tumultuous Communes in a due state of submissiveness, the Convention in a due state of sovereignty.

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  • Audacity and Impetuosity which may become Ferocity, as of men complete in their determination, in their conviction; nay of men, in some cases, who as Septemberers must either prevail or perish.

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  • _Macbeth_, act 1, lines 70, 71.] {595} [798] [For "Septemberers (_Septembriseurs_)," see Carlyle's _French

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