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Bronterre and James O'Brien (Pseudonym)
Bronterre O'Brien, James
James Bronterre O'Brien
James Bronterre O'Brien (Irish lawyer)
O'Brien, Bronterre
O'Brien, James
O'Brien, James Bronterre
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Babeuf, Gracchus (1760-1797))
Bronterre (see also from)
Buonarroti, Philippe (1761-1837)
Buonarroti, Philippe Michel (1761-1837)
Trevor Arnett Library
Buonarroti's history of Babeuf's conspiracy for equality;
Conspiration pour l'égalité dite de Babeuf.
life and character of Maximilian Robespierre. Proving by facts and arguments, that that much-calumniated person was one of the greatest men, and one of the purest and most enlightened reformers, that ever existed in the world: also containing Robespierre's principal discourses, addresses, reports, and projects of law, &c., in the National assembly, National convention, Commune of Paris, and the popular societies; with the author's reflections on the principal events and leading men of the French revolution, etc., etc., etc., The
Lives of Victorian political figures II [Texte imprimé] : Pickering & Chatto, cop. 2007
Mr. O'Brien's vindication of his conduct at the late Birmingham conference containing his "blackguard letter" to the editor of the "Star," which that personage suppressed, also his letter to the "British Statesman.
National reformer, and Manx weekly review of home and foreign affairs
National reformer, in government, law, property, religion, and morals
rise, progress, and phases of human slavery, The : how it came into the world, and how it shall be made to go out
To the National Reformers of Scotland
Why are the people poor? : address to the unemployed of Great Britain and Ireland