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Rapport sur l'organisation du ministaere [microform] / fait au nom du comite de constitution par M. Demeunier
Bib ID 2212778
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook
Author
Demeunier, M. (Jean Nicolas), 1741-1814
 
Description Paris : Impr. nat., [1791] 
40 p. ; 20 cm. 
Series

French revolutionary pamphlets.

Notes

"Imprime par ordre de la Convention nationale."

Cited In

Hayden. French revolutionary pamphlets

Reproduction Microopaque. Cambridge, Mass. : General Microfilm Company, 198-. (French revolutionary pamphlets) 
Subjects France -- History -- Revolution, 1789-1799 -- Sources.
Other authors/contributors France. Assemblee nationale constituante (1789-1791) Comite de constitution

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