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  • 141856Q44197Maximilien RobespierreMaximilienRobespierreRobespierre,_MaximilienRobespierre.jpg17581794French lawyer and politician; one of the best-known
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  • Volume 10 Foy, Maximilien Sébastien 18626991911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 10 — Foy, Maximilien Sébastien FOY, MAXIMILIEN SEBASTIEN (1775-1825)
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  • Savonarola 26 Martin Luther 38 John Calvin 50 Count de Mirabeau 96 George Jacques Danton 130 Maximilien Robespierre 136 Jean Paul Marat 148 Jean Leon Jaurès 208
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  • Volume 23 Robespierre, Maximilien François Marie Isidore de 3793121911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 23 — Robespierre, Maximilien François Marie
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  • Roberts, Frederick Sleigh Roberston, Frederick William Robespierre, Maximilien Marie Isidore Robin Rob Roy Rochambeau, Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeure
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  • Robertson, William Bruce Roberval, Gilles Personne de Robes Robespierre, Maximilien François ... de Robilant, Carlo Felice Nicolis, Conte di Robin Hood
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  • Arrested? He just left this house! Robespierre. I know. Lucile. What has he done? Maximilien, what is his crime? Robespierre. He kept a proscript in his house
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  • He entered the army, and lost his left hand at Novara, where he was aide-de-camp to Charles Albert, king of Piedmont. He fought in 1859, and reached the
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  • “Le Défenseur de la Constitution”  (1792)  by Maximilien Robespierre, translated by Mitch Abidor 269548Prospectus for “Le Défenseur de la Constitution”Maximilien
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  • Revolution, especially from Joseph Lebon, who, like the brothers Maximilien and Augustin Robespierre, was a native of the town. Owing to its position and importance
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  • catches sight of Robespierre and quickly jumps up.] Lucile. Oh! Camille. What's the matter, Lucile? He is our friend Maximilien. Robespierre [bows to Lucile]
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  • elegant figure of the great man of the Revolution--the incorruptible Maximilien Robespierre. "Captain Verignac?" he inquired; and when I had answered in the
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  • protests at the butcheries of the pious Robespierre led to his arrest and suicide. His wife, the Marchioness Sophie de Condorcet shared his sentiments and
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  • Carlyle testifies, is no history of Scotland at all (1721-1793) Robespierre, Maximilien, leader of the Jacobins in the French Revolution, born in Arras
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  • Savonarola 26 Martin Luther 38 John Calvin 50 Count de Mirabeau 96 George Jacques Danton 130 Maximilien Robespierre 136 Jean Paul Marat 148 Jean Leon Jaurès 208
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  • of the entrance to Charleston Harbour, South Carolina, U.S. Sully, Maximilien de Béthune, Duke of, celebrated minister of Henry IV. of France, born at
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  • German word has not the prefix "self." Maximilien François Robespierre (1758-1794) and Louis Antoine Leon de Saint-Just (1767-1794), two major leaders
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