Source Problems on the French Revolution

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1. (c) Necker, Letter to Louis XVI.

SIRE,—I have the honor to address to your Majesty a note by the person whom I named to the King yesterday under the seal of secrecy. I have been led to see some inconveniences connected with a royal session which I had not noted before, and it is believed that a simple letter of invitation (a letter inviting the orders to unite for the purpose of deliberating in common, at least on some matters) would be better; but there is not a moment to lose. I will explain myself more in detail to his Majesty, if he sees fit to give me his orders.

I have the honor, etc.,

Signed: NECKER.

Saturday.

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Chicago: "1. (c) Necker, Letter to Louis XVI," 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), 88. Original Sources, accessed February 21, 2024, http://originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=PLVPHPDCML5DB9P.

MLA: . "1. (c) Necker, Letter to Louis XVI." Source Problems on the French Revolution, in Source Problems on the French Revolution, edited by Fred Morrow Fling and Helene Dresser Fling, New York, Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1913, page 88. Original Sources. 21 Feb. 2024. http://originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=PLVPHPDCML5DB9P.

Harvard: , '1. (c) Necker, Letter to Louis XVI' in Source Problems on the French Revolution. cited in 1913, Source Problems on the French Revolution, ed. , Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York, pp.88. Original Sources, retrieved 21 February 2024, from http://originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=PLVPHPDCML5DB9P.