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The Collections: Special databases: French Revolution Documents

Search descriptions of 3,362 legal documents relating to the French Revolution of 1789. About the collection...

  

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DC141
.A1
no. 01.007

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About the collection

The Lilly Library French Revolution document collection indexed on this web site consists of 3362 legal publications and is only a small portion of the library's holdings related to the French Revolution. The documents are mostly royal and administrative acts published in pamphlet form between 1789 and 1799. There are royal edicts, arrets , adresses, declarations, reglements, lettres patentes, rapports, ordonnances, memoires, lois, and various other titled or untitled official documents.

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