Source Problems on the French Revolution

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9. Biauzat, Gaultier, Vie Et Correspondance, II, 132 (June 23, 1789).

agents who had acted so inconsiderately might produce some bad effect in Paris gave rise to a letter of M. Necker to M. de Crosne, lieutenant general of police, in which the minister declared that the intention of the king was not to interrupt the sessions of the states general, and requested M. de Crosne to make this letter public. It was printed and distributed gratis. I saw copies of it in Paris last Sunday, but I find none here to send you.

M. le marquis de Brézé betook himself Saturday to the halting place of the hunt to inform the king of what had taken place in the morning. He could speak of it as an eye-witness, for I saw him in the court of the Menus1 ask our president, with whom I and twenty-five or thirty others had entered, if our president had received the second letter he had written him a half hour before, and to which the president had made no reply.

M. de Brézé communicated to the king the public intention of the clergy to unite with us. The king replied: "It is a good example to follow." The person who informed me of this fact is very sure of it; you can count upon it.

1 A portion of the building occupied by the estates was called the Menus.

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Chicago: "9. Biauzat, Gaultier, Vie Et Correspondance, II, 132 (June 23, 1789)," Source Problems on the French Revolution in Source Problems on the French Revolution, ed. Fred Morrow Fling and Helene Dresser Fling (New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1913), 58–59. Original Sources, accessed December 12, 2019, http://originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=HPXWRYZR1EMFEAH.

MLA: . "9. Biauzat, Gaultier, Vie Et Correspondance, II, 132 (June 23, 1789)." Source Problems on the French Revolution, Vol. II, in Source Problems on the French Revolution, edited by Fred Morrow Fling and Helene Dresser Fling, New York, Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1913, pp. 58–59. Original Sources. 12 Dec. 2019. originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=HPXWRYZR1EMFEAH.

Harvard: , '9. Biauzat, Gaultier, Vie Et Correspondance, II, 132 (June 23, 1789)' in Source Problems on the French Revolution. cited in 1913, Source Problems on the French Revolution, ed. , Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York, pp.58–59. Original Sources, retrieved 12 December 2019, from http://originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=HPXWRYZR1EMFEAH.