History of the revolution of the 18th fructidor :
(September 4th, 1797), and of the deportations to Guiana, in consequence of that revolution ... Containing 1. Reply of L. N. M. Carnot, ... to the Report made on the conspiracy of the 18th Fructidor, by J. Ch. Bailleul ... [3rd ed.]. 2. Ramel's narrative of the deportation to Cayenne of Barthélmy, Pichegru, Willot, ... 3. Secret anecdotes of the revolution of the 18th fructidor, and new memoirs of the persons deported to Guiana. written by themselves [ed. by Giguet] ... 4. Narrative of the deportation to Cayenne and shipwreck on the coast of Scotland, of J. J. Job Aimé, written by himself ...
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London : printed for J. Wright [by T. Baylis], 1800.
With a final list of deported persons, and three advertisement pages.
Each part has a separate titlepage and pagination; parts 1 and 4 each have a half-title.
The 'Reply of L. N. M. Carnot' is of the third edition, "printed for J. Wright", 1799; Ramel's 'Narrative of the deportation to Cayenne' is the 1800 "printed for John Millikin" Dublin edition; the 'Secret anecdotes' for imprint and date is as the 'Reply'; and Aimʹe's 'Narrative of the deportation to Cayenne' is "printed for J. Wright", 1800.
A reissue of four previously-published works, with an added general titlepage, on verso of which is the imprint of T. Baylis.
Physical description: ,xv[i.e.xiv],199,;,122;,215,;,282,p. ; 8vo.
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