London Revolution Society
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|politics||Helen Maria Williams||
HMW was already politically aware before she first travelled to Paris in 1790. She was a supporter of the London Revolution Society (founded to remember the importance of the Glorious Revolution in England, but ready...
|Textual Features||Helen Maria Williams||
This is either the beginning or (as her numbering of later volumes suggests) a prelude to HMW 's Letters from France: an extended series of reports on and analyses of the Revolution, its development...
14 July 1790
Richard Price , speaking at a Bastille Day tavern dinner, praised the French revolutionary authorities for intending to renounce war as an instrument of policy, and looked forward to a United States of the World.
4 November 1790
Members of the London Revolution Society and of the local Jacobin Society attended a joint festival at Nantes in Brittany, commemorating English and French revolutionary dates (1688 and 1788).
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