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..., dated 25 July 1792 and issued under Brunswick’s signature, which threatened “total destruction” to anyone who opposed their efforts to restore the authority of Louis XVI. Its publication in the Paris newspapers led to violent protests in the streets of Paris. On 10 Aug. a mob stormed the Tuileries, where Louis XVI and his family were living, and massacred the Swiss Guard which...
...or profession, any society, assembly or mob, are not the French people.” The report further proclaimed the right of the government to forcibly suppress such assemblies and prosecute the organizers. Translations of Merlin’s declaration, reprinted from Paris newspapers, appeared in the New York press from 19 June (New York
and was soon to depart. The rumor spread to France where a Paris newspaper reported that Madison had arrived in the city on 2 Apr. 1797 (
I shall for the future send you constantly a Paris newspaper of considerable reputation, as well as the Leyden Gazette. I hope they may sometimes give you valuable information.