Jacques Pierre Brissot

Brissot portrait by [[Fouquet]] (1792) Jacques Pierre Brissot (15 January 1754 – 31 October 1793), who assumed the name of de Warville (an English version of "d'Ouarville", a hamlet in the village of Lèves where his father owned property), was a leading member of the Girondins during the French Revolution and founder of the abolitionist Society of the Friends of the Blacks. Some sources give his name as Jean Pierre Brissot. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Brissot de Warville, Jacques-Pierre
Published 1797
From the press of J. Bumstead

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by Brissot de Warville, Jacques-Pierre
Published 1789
[s.n.]

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by Brissot de Warville, Jacques-Pierre
Published 1795
Printed and sold by T. and J. Swords

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by Brissot de Warville, Jacques-Pierre
Published 1794
Printed for J.S. Jordan

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by Brissot de Warville, Jacques-Pierre
Published 1792
Printed for J.S. Jordan

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by Brissot de Warville, Jacques-Pierre
Published 1781
Desauges

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by Brissot de Warville, Jacques-Pierre
Published 1797
Printed for J.S. Jordan