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" When this hint was thrown out, the jury would declare themselves sufficiently enlightened, and condemn all the accused in the gross, without hearing one of them. Fouquier Tinville was accustomed to frequent a coffee-house in the Palace of Justice, where... "
The Irish magazine, and monthly asylum for neglected biography. Feb.-Nov ... - Page 218
1808
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Biographie Moderne: Lives of Remarkable Characters, who Have Distinguished ...

France - 1811
...the accused in the gross, without hearing one of them. He was accustomed to frequent a coffee-house in the palace of Justice, where the judges and jurymen...course of the decade. " What do you think I have gained to day for the republic?" Some of the guests to pay court to him, would answer, " So many millions,"...
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Lives of Remarkable Characters, who Have Distinguished Themselves ..., Volume 2

Alph. de Beauchamp - France - 1811
...the accused in the gross, without hearing one of them. He was accustomed to frequent a coffee-house in the palace of Justice, where the judges and jurymen of his trihunal met. There they reckoned the number of heads which had fallen in the course of the decade....
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 8

English literature - 1812
...(hem. He 'wa's accustomed to frequent a coffee-house in the palace of Justice, where the judges and and jurymen of his tribunal met. There they reckoned...of the decade.' " What do you think I have gained to day for the republic ?" Some of the guests to pay court to him, would answer, " So many millions...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 8, Part 2

1812
...frequent a coffee-house in the palace of Justice, where the judges and and jurymen of his tribanal met. There they reckoned the number of heads which...fallen in the course of the decade " What do you think T have gained to day for the republic?" Some of the guests to pay court to him. would answer, " So...
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The history of the French revolution, tr. with notes by F. Shoberl, Volume 3

Marie Joseph L. Adolphe Thiers - 1838
...the gross, without hearing one of them. Fouquier Tinville was accustomed to frequent a coffee-house in the Palace of Justice, where the judges and jurymen...do you think I have gained to-day for the republic V" Some of the guests, to pay court to him, would answer, " so many millions," when he would immediately...
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The History of the French Revolution, Volume 2

Adolphe Thiers, Frederic Shoberl - France - 1840
...them. Fouquier Tinville was accustomed to frequent a coflee-housc in the Palace of Justice, »here the judges and jurymen of his tribunal met. There they reckoned the number of heads which Ы fallen in the course of the decade. " What do you think I have gained to-day for the republic ?"...
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The History of the French Revolution, Volume 2

Adolphe Thiers, Frederic Shoberl - France - 1844
...the gross, without hearing one of them. Fouquier Tinville was accustomed to frequent a coffee-house in the Palace of Justice, where the judges and jurymen...do you think I have gained to-day for the republic 1" Some of the guests, to pay court to him, would answer, " so many millions," when he would immediately...
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The French Revolution of 1789: As Viewed in the Light of ..., Volume 2

John Stevens Cabot Abbott - France - 1887 - 587 pages
...the gross, without hearing one of them. Fouquier-Tinville was accustomed to frequent a coffeehouse in the Palace of Justice, where the judges and jurymen...pay court to him, would answer, " So many millions," Avhen he would immediately add, " In the next decade I shall undress three or four hundred," meaning,...
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The History of the French Revolution, Volume 3

Adolphe Thiers - France - 1838
...the gross, without hearing one of them. Fouquier Tinville was accustomed to frequent a coffee-house in the Palace of Justice, where the judges and jurymen...pay court to him, would answer, " so many millions," when he would immediately add, " in the next decade I shall undress three or four hundred," meaning,...
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