Antoine Marie Cerisier

Antoine Marie Cerisier (19 November 1749 Châtillon-lès-Dombes – 1 July 1828 Châtillon-lès-Dombes) was a French journalist, politician and historian, who played a role in the Patriot Revolution in the Dutch Republic in 1785-87, after first having supported the cause of the American Revolution in that country in collaboration with American ambassador John Adams. Later he also played a role in the early years of the French Revolution as a collaborator of Mirabeau. In that capacity he published an extract of the Dutch Leiden Draft, a manifesto that may have influenced the French Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Cerisier, Antoine Marie
Published 1780
Printed for J. Bew, No. 28. Pater-noster Row: and may be had of all booksellers and news-carriers in town and country

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by Cerisier, Antoine Marie
Published 1780
printed for J. Bew, No. 28. Pater-Noster Row: and may be had of all Booksellers and News-Carriers in Town and Country

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by Cerisier, Antoine Marie
Published 1780
Printed for J. Adamson, No. 13. Free-Briton street; and may be had of all booksellers and news-carriers in town and country

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by Cerisier, Antoine Marie
Published 1780
printed for J. Bew, No. 28. Pater-Noster Row; and may be had of all Booksellers and News-Carriers in Town and Country