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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    any interference taken place:-" Yes, said 0. B. to me two days ago, Casimir Perier "would have been a St Just, Persil a Marat, Guizot a Couthon, "Thiers a Robespierre, and Sebastiani a Danton." A more preposterous statement than this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ibis part of England, having been employed as a regular itinerant for 44 years. On the 20th ult., at St Just, Mr Thomas Oats, at the advanced age of 88 years. He was a man of superior acquiremeints as a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coenme le Pantaloa de Charles Dix."-President: Pepin lent you some books ?-Fieschii: Yes. Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered, the Works of St Just, and Cicero de Officiis.-Of Morey, Fieschi after- wards said, Morey mingled with Republicans, but knew no more than I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to promote and take part In. The resentment provoked by this was horrible indeed. The Count Donadio and Colonel St Just were brutally murdered, and over their bloody and mangled remains the people shouted I Long live liberty! Long live Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the tragedv-little or nothing of the shades of character which distinguish the chief actors, a Marat, a Danton, a St Just, or a Robespierre. Now Sir Francis Vincent has evidently made these wor- thies his study: memoirs, letters, archives, reposi- Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BORLASE, John (1667-1754), of Pendeen, St. Just, Cornw.

    of Pendeen, St. Just, Cornw. Constituency Dates St Ives 1705 1710 Ofifces Held Stannator, Blackmore 1710; ?dep. recorder, St. Ives by 1710–aft. 1721. Biography Borlase’s grandfather, who was said to be descended from the Borlase family of Sithney, Cornwall, had

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The British League., 1847

    the temperance so¬ cie ty; the committee complain of the damage done to their cause by professing Christians. In St Just , with a population of 8000 , there are 2600 pledged teetotalers, including 3 m inisters, 24 local preachers, Subscribers-only content

    Despotism of the French King: opinions of republicanism in France, 1835

    the social system. This it appears was the doctrine pro¬ pounded by Robespierre and St Just to the National Convention, and both Robespierre and St Just were so thoroughly convinced of the ineffi¬ ciency of any form of Representative Government Subscribers-only content

    Despotism of the French King: opinions of republicanism in France, 1835

    spierre and St Just , by their extraordinary and unheard-of position, but everything which is to be explained is not thereby rendered bearable." The great difficulty, however, which was thus pointed out, still subsists. Is it possible, by any united Subscribers-only content

    The Northern tribune: a periodical for the people., 1854

    they have by previous ones, as they will by any future revolutions which they allow to be stopped half-way. St Just was quite right about such matters. This last Spanish affair has not got half-way. But they say the Republicans Subscribers-only content

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