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The Parisian Order of Barristers and the French Revolution

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ISBN 9780674654648

Publication Date: 05/12/1987

Short

  • Preface
  • 1. The Order of Barristers under the Old Regime: 1774–1789
  • 2. The Onset of Revolution: The Dissolution of the Order of Barristers, May 1789–December 1790
  • 3. A New Era: January 1791–July 1792
  • 4. The Impact of the Terror: August 1792–December 1794
  • 5. Regroupment: 1795–1799
  • 6. The Promise of Reconstruction: 1800–1804
  • 7. A Hollow Victory: 1804–1815
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix A. Members of the Order of Barristers at Paris in 1789
  • Appendix B. Parisian Barristers to the Parlement Who Assumed Positions in Civil Courts in Paris
  • Appendix C. Parisian Barristers to the Parlement Who Assumed Positions in District Courts outside Paris
  • Appendix D. The Order of Barristers: Individual Portraits
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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