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Nom de MM les deputes de la ville de Paris, a l'Assemblée National

Nom de MM les deputes de la ville de Paris, a l'Assemblée National

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Print shows the deputies from Paris to the National Assembly aboard a large, ornate carriage being drawn by a bull, lion, sheep, and a snake; ahead of them, leading the procession, are three female figures, one representing France who is accompanied by Peace and Abundance. Fame flies overhead and Envy is crushed beneath the rear wheels of the carriage. On a platform above the wheels is a fasces. Includes a numbered key below the image identifying, by name, each figure, though the figures themselves are not numbered.
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Caption: Vous allez donc raffermir, par un accord heureux, / Des peuples et des Rois les legitimes noeuds, / Et faire encor fleurir la liberté publique / Sous lombrage facré du pouvoir monarchique.
Printed at bottom left: [...] M. le Duc, d'Orléans et Mr. de Nicolai n'ayant pas pu acceptes, ont été remplacér pas M.M. le Comptes de Mirepoix et le Mis de Montesquiou Fezensac.
Trimmed to edge of plate mark.
de Vinck, 1445
Forms part of: French Political Cartoon Collection (Library of Congress).





Guyot, Laurent, 1756-1806, publisher


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