Gabriel Sénac de Meilhan

Gabriel Sénac de Meilhan (May 7, 1736 – August 16, 1803) was a French writer. He witnessed the beginning of the French Revolution in Paris, but soon emigrated in 1790 to London and then to Aachen. He wrote a novel, ''L'Émigré'', in 1793. In 1792 he was invited by Catherine II of Russia to become the imperial historiographer, but Catherine was displeased by his manners and dismissed him. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Sénac de Meilhan, Gabriel
Published 1790
Et se trouve à Paris, chez la Dame Veuve Duchesne, rue saint-jacques, Mérigot jeune, quai des Augustins. Desenne, Libraire au Palais-Royal. & chez les marchands de nouveautés

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by Sénac de Meilhan, Gabriel
Published 1788
printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster Row

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by Sénac de Meilhan, Gabriel
Published 1786
et se trouve à Paris, chez les marchands de nouveautés

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by Sénac de Meilhan, Gabriel
Published 1789
et se trouve à Paris, chez Prault

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by Sénac de Meilhan, Gabriel
Published 1795
chez Benjamin et Jean White, Libraires, En Fleet-Street

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by Sénac de Meilhan, Gabriel
Published 1787
et se trouve à Paris chez les marchands de nouveautés

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by Sénac de Meilhan, Gabriel
Published 1787
Chez la Veuve Valade

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by Sénac de Meilhan, Gabriel
Published 1789
Chez la Veuve Valade

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by Sénac de Meilhan, Gabriel
Published 1790
[Chez la Dame veuve Duchesne [and 3 others]