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A discourse upon the question, whether the King shall be tried? Delivered before the Society of the Friends of the Constitution, at Paris, at a meeting, July 10th, 1791. By J.P. Brissot de Warville, member of that society. Translated by P.J.G. de Nancrede, preceptor of the French language, in the University of Cambridge.
- Brissot de Warville, J.-P. 1754-1793.
- MDCCXCI. 
Respectfully inscribed to the Mayor of Bath. Desultory thoughts on the atrocious cruelties of the French nation: With Observations on the Necessity of the War, and a calm admonitory address to all English Jacobins. By a loyal subject to the King and constitution of Great-Britain.
- Loyal Subject to the King and Constitution of Great Britain.
- MDCCXCIV. 
A dialogue between one of Mr. Burke's 320,000 sound ones, and one of his 80,000 incorrigible, pure Jacobins, as numbered and distinguished in his "thoughts on a regicide peace." With an appendix. By one of the Herefordshire Yeomanry, and a member of the Philanthropic Society of that province.
- One of the Herefordshire Yeomanry.
The sturdy reformer, a new song, exemplifying to the good people of England, the doctrines of the rights of man. To be sung to the Tune of Ballinamona, at all revolution dinners; and particularly recommended to the english club des jacobins. Written by W. T. F*** G****d, Esq.
- Fitzgerald, William Thomas, 1759?-1829.