Tyranny annihilated, or, The triumph of freedom over despotism :
containing a particular account of the rise, progress, and various incidents, which produced the late grand and memorable revolution in the government of France : With an ample and just description of that horrid state prison, the Bastile ... : To which are added, pertinent observations ... /
written by a person who was an eye witness of all the principal transactions attendant on this distinguished and memorable occurrence, with the animated and patriotic speech delivered by M. Moreau de St. Merry, to the patriotic party, after the demolition of the Bastile ...
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[London] : Printed for William Adlard ... And may be had of all booksellers and news carriers in town and country, [1792?]
Engraving on leaf facing t.p.: "Frontispiece. Storming the Bastile. Release of the prisoners."
Physical description: 43 p.,  leaf of plates : ill. (engraving) ; 21 cm. (8vo)
Citations/References: ESTC t108429
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