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  • I speak from much knowledge of the person, he never would have listened to any compromise with the rabble rout of this sans-culotterie of France.

    Paras. 60-83

  • From that time [3457] he preaches universal sans-culotterie, a form of government in which the poor will rule and the rich will pay, in short, the restoration of privileges in an inverse sense.

    The French Revolution - Volume 2

  • Am I responsible for it, if, with a torch in his hand, and a rope about his neck, he makes _amende honorable_ to the _sans-culotterie_ of the Republic one and indivisible?

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 05 (of 12)

  • "The envoys of the departments were taken from the sans-culotterie then in fashion, because they ruled in the Convention."] [Footnote 1122: Sauzay, IV.,

    The French Revolution - Volume 3

  • All opinions opposed to those of sans-culotterie are blamable and merit punishment.] [Footnote 41110: Archives Nationales, F. 7, 2471.

    The French Revolution - Volume 3

  • "The Girondists forced us to throw ourselves upon the sans-culotterie which has devoured them, which will devour us, and which will eat itself up." [

    The French Revolution - Volume 3


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