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The commerce of America with Europe, particularly with France and Great-Britain, comparatively stated and explained: shewing the importance of the American revolution to the interests of France; and pointing out the true situation of the United States of North-America in regard to trade, manufactures, and population. By the late J. P. Brissot de Warville, assisted by Etienne Claviere. The second edition, with the life of the author; to which is added, an account of the conduct of the Girondine Party in the revolution of the thirty-first of May.
- Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.
- MDCCXCVII. 
An Impartial history of the late revolution in France, from the acceptance of the Constitution of 1791, to the execution of the deputies of the Gironde party. To which is added, an appendix; containing the accusations at large against the Girondines; with a summary view of the present strength and resources of France.
- Lacretelle, Charles de, 1766-1855.
- M.DCC.XCIV.