Report of the Committee of General Defence on the dispositions of the British government towards France and on the measures to be taken [microform]: addressed to the national convention of France, in the sitting of January 12, 1793, the second year of the republic: also the second report on a declaration of a war with England / by J.P. Brissot.
London, 1793 - first edition. Rare.
Detailed report on the conduct of the British cabinet towards the French Republic amidst the French Revolution. The report discusses the military balance of power between Britain versus France, equal rights, opening of a free market outside the borders of France and England, the boundaries of England's armament, the King of England's attitude to the French Revolution, withdrawal of English forces from certain areas in France, establishing peace between England and France and more.
Most libraries worldwide hold photographic editions. Before us is the rare original.
, 35 p. Dust jacket. Good condition.