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Bourges, once against the revolutionists of May 15, another time against the Democrats of June 13, both times on the charge of "attentats" against the National Assembly.
Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte Karl Marx 1850
Court considers the atheistical irreligious 'attentats' have gone too far and therefore has sent us -- "
Debts of Honor M��r J��kai 1864
Français · Indonésie: Nationalisme en ligne après les attentats de Jakarta
Français · Mauritanie: Retour sur les premiers attentats suicides de l'histoire mauritanienne
Barrere of one of his most popular pro-revolutionary speeches (on 26 May 1794), his Rapport sur les crimes de l'Angleterre envers le peuple français et sur les attentats contre la liberté des nations (Paris, An II )
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Because of the spectacular attentats and outrages, connected with the names of Ravachol,
ANARCHISM ARTHUR LEHNING 1968
He published anonymously in 1801 his first book, "L'antidote de l'athéisme", and the following year a new edition appeared, enlarged to two volumes, with its title changed to "La religion triomphante des attentats de l'impiété", and bearing the name of its author.
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize 1840-1916 1913
Riots and attentats were still the order of the day, and no opportunity for a demonstration was let slip by the parties hostile to the Government.
Frederic Chopin as a Man and Musician Niecks, Frederick 1888
The scheme of fortifying Paris continued, however, to be debated, while the Orleanist family were still the subjects of futile _attentats_.
The Letters of Queen Victoria, Volume 1 (of 3), 1837-1843) A Selection from Her Majesty's Correspondence Between the Years 1837 and 1861 Queen of Great Britain Victoria 1860