1805.047: Revolutionary Annals, or History of the French Revolution.
Full Title: Revolutionary annals, or History of the French Revolution, from the convocation of the States-General to the Treaty of Amiens, in 1802. Part V. Bonaparte, during the first three years of his consulate. Translated from the French manuscript of Jean Henry De Croisoeuil, by L.H. Girardin, professor of modern languages, history, and geography, in the College of William and Mary.
Author: Girardin, Louis Hue (1771-1825), trans.
Place Issued: Norfolk
Issuing Press: Cowper & Gray
Description: 88 pgs.; 21 cm. (8vo).
Part of a larger history of the Revolution which "will be speedily followed, probably by the whole of the work, at least by the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd parts, to which some additions are deemed necessary" [Translator's note, p. iv], however, no other parts were published. Girardin was invited to join the faculty of the College of William & Mary in early 1803; he had been a member of the court of Louis XIV, which gave him a familiarity with Croisoeuil long before their exile in America; he was later editor (1815-16) of the Richmond Compiler.
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