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  1. Robespierre did not reappear in the National Convention until 7 May (18 Floréal). For this day he had planned a speech addressing the relationship between religion, morality, and the republican principles; and to establish the Cult of the Supreme Being in place of the Cult of Reason promoted by de-Christianizers like the Hébertists.

  2. Lacretelle, Jean-Charles-Dominique. "Account of the 1795 Vendémiaire Uprising", Napoleon: Symbol for an Age, A Brief History with Documents, ed. Rafe Blaufarb (New York: Bedford/St. Martin's, 2008), 33–35. External links. Media related to 13 Vendémiaire at Wikimedia Commons

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Jean_LannesJean Lannes - Wikipedia

    Lannes was born in the small town of Lectoure, in the province of Gascony in Southern France. He was the son of a small landowner and merchant, Jeannet Lannes (1733–1812), son of Jean Lannes (d. 1746), a farmer, and his wife, Jeanne Pomiès (d. 1770), and paternal grandson of Pierre Lane and wife Bernarde Escossio (both died in 1721), and wife Cécile Fouraignan (1741–1799), daughter of ...

  4. It involved royalists Jean-Charles Pichegru and Georges Cadoudal who wished to overthrow Bonaparte's regime and reinstate the monarchy. The news ran that the duke was in company with Charles François Dumouriez and had made secret journeys into France. This was false; there is no evidence that the duke had dealings with either Cadoudal or Pichegru.

  5. The Day of the Tiles (French: Journée des Tuiles) was an event that took place in the French town of Grenoble on 7 June in 1788. It was one of the first disturbances which preceded the French Revolution, and is credited by a few historians as its start.

  6. Campaigns. At the opening of the year, Dumouriez chose to ignore orders from the government in Paris to defend Belgium and instead began an invasion of the Netherlands, hoping to overthrow the stadtholder and establish a popular republic backed by France.

  7. Contents move to sidebar hide Début 1 La formation du Comité de salut public (mars-avril 1793) 2 Le Comité Danton (6 avril – 10 juillet 1793) 3 Le Grand Comité de l’an II (septembre 1793 - juillet 1794) Afficher / masquer la sous-section Le Grand Comité de l’an II (septembre 1793 - juillet 1794) 3.1 Formation 3.2 Composition 3.3 Politique 3.4 Fin 4 Le Comité thermidorien 5 Membres ...