Henri Grégoire

Portrait by [[Pierre Joseph Célestin François]] Henri Jean-Baptiste Grégoire (; 4 December 1750 – 28 May 1831), often referred to as the Abbé Grégoire, was a French Catholic priest, Constitutional bishop of Blois and a revolutionary leader. He was an ardent abolitionist of human slavery and supporter of universal suffrage. He was a founding member of the ''Bureau des longitudes'', the ''Institut de France'', and the ''Conservatoire national des arts et métiers''. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Grégoire, Henri
Published 1791
[prin]ted for C. Forster, Poultry; and sold by J. Stockdale, Piccadilly, and G. Mudie, Edinburgh]

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by Grégoire, Henri
Published 1797
Impr. Chrétienne
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by Grégoire, Henri
Published 1815
Published by Josiah Conder

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by Grégoire, Henri
Published 1815
A. Égron

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by Grégoire, Henri
Published 1789
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Published 1794
Printed and sold [by Benjamin Franklin Bache] at no. 112, Market-Street
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