Memoirs and Correspondence (official and Familiar) of Sir Robert Murray Keith, K.B., Envoy Extraordinary Ad Minister Plenipotentiary at the Courts of Dresden, Copenhagen, and Vienna, from 1769-1792: With a Memoir of Queen Carolina Matilda of Denmark, and an Account of the Revolution There in 1772, Том 2

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Стр. 201 - The revolution in the French constitution and government, may now, I think, be looked upon as completed, beyond all fear of any further attempt being made by the Court party, to defeat it. The entrance of the King into Paris was certainly one of the most humiliating steps that could possibly be taken. He was actually led in triumph, like a tame bear, by the Deputies and the city militia.
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