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Isnard a Fr?ron.

Isnard, Maximin.

Published by L'Imprimerie de Du Pont IV [i.e., 1795/96], Paris, 1795
From SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) (Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.)

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First edition of this polemic against the infamously vicious journalist and agent of the Reign of Terror, Louis-Marie Stanislas Fr?ron (1754?1802). Prompted by accusations Fr?ron had made against him, Isnard (1755?1825), a prominent Girondist who became President of the National Convention in 1793, here decries Fr?ron's many atrocities in southern France, which included the demolition of a large number of Marseilles's most beloved edifices ? but most particularly the massacre at Toulon. The pamphlet is rather nicely printed, with an engraved title-page vignette, one headpiece, and footnotes set in small but neat and attractive type. => WorldCat and NUC Pre-1956 locate only eight U.S. institutional holdings. 8vo (19.3 cm, 7.6"). 28 pp. Martin & Walter 16971. Removed from a nonce volume; title-page with affixed paper shelving label in lower inner corner, not touching text. Faint spotting throughout. An impassioned expression of horror and dismay. Bookseller Inventory # 30682

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Title: Isnard a Fr?ron.

Publisher: L'Imprimerie de Du Pont IV [i.e., 1795/96], Paris

Publication Date: 1795

Edition: 1st Edition

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