Speeches of M. de Mirabeau the Elder pronounced in the National Assembly of France : to which is prefixed, a sketch of his life and character : translated from the French edition of M. Mejan by Mirabeau, HonorГ©-Gabriel de Riquetti comte de

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To which is prfixed, a sketch of his life and character (London, Printed for J. Debrett, ), also by Étienne Méjan. MIRABEAU, Honoré-Gabriel de Riquetti, Speeches of M. De Mirabeau the Elder, pronounced in the National Assembly of France.

London: J. Debrett.First edition in English: the first volume relatively common, the 2nd pretty scarce. Speeches of M. de Mirabeau the elder, pronounced in the National Assembly of France: To which is prefixed, a sketch of his life and character.

Translated from the French edition of M. Mejan. By James White. Mirabeau used to deliver his speeches before the French parliament covered in leech marks, which was the treatment for jaundice.

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Speeches of M. de Mirabeau, the elder, pronounced in the National Assembly of France: to which is prefixed, a sketch of his life and character by Honoré-Gabriel de Riqueti Mirabeau (). Honoré Mirabeau was born at Le Bignon, near Nemours, the eldest surviving son of the economist Victor de Riqueti, marquis de Mirabeau, and his wife Marie-Geneviève de Vassan.

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vol.1,vol.2,vol.3,vol.4,GB. The most useful modern books are Louis and Charles de Lomenie, Les Mirabeau (5 vols., and ); Alfred Stern, Das Leben Mirabeau s ().

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