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Il faut donc mourir puis qu'il n'i a plus de son

Il faut donc mourir puis qu'il n'i a plus de son

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Print shows a pig sitting upright on the ground, dressed in ecclesiastical vestiments, on the right is a member of the Third Estate holding a long staff and a bell-like device on a string which he holds up before the pig, and on the left sits a dejected aristocratic woman holding a paper labeled "Voila vôtre contract" (there is your contract).

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01/01/1789
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