Histoire des crimes du 2 décembre. Edition considérablement augmentée.

SCHOELCHER, V.

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Bruxelles, Chez tous les Libraires, (Imprimerie de A. Labroue et Cie.), 1852. 2 volumes in one. 501, (1) pp.; 480 pp. Small 12mo. Contemporary half hard-grained morocco, marbled boards, spine gilt with raised bands and gilt lettering. DBMOF, iii, p. 393; not in Stammhammer. Second edition published in the same year as the original London edition, augmented, and published in pocket size for secret distribution in France. Victor Schoelcher (1804-1893), republican and author of the degree abolishing slavery in 1848. He visited the USA in 1829 and it was during his trip there that he became convinced that it was necessary to abolish slavery. During the first ten years of the July monarchy he worked for several journals such as the Revue Républicaine, the Revue indépendante, La Réforme, and others. He went again on a long voyage and upon his return prepared the degree abolishing slavery in the French colonies. He served in the garde nationale during the siege of Paris in 1870-1871 and sided with the democrates and socialists. The present work deals with the 'coup d'état' of 1851, and Schoelcher, together with Victor Hugo, Baudin and others attempted to rouse the old revolutionary district of the Faubourg Saint-Antoine against Louis Napoleon after the 'coup d'état'. The work was written during Schoelcher's exile in London. - Annotations on the front blank leaves and an ownership's entry reading 'Lucien Rodanet, 1877', the letters L.R. stamped in gilt at the foot of the spine. N° de ref. de la librería

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Descripción Bruxelles, Chez tous les Libraires, (Imprimerie de A. Labroue et Cie.), 1852. 2 volumes in one. 501, (1) pp.; 480 pp. Small 12mo. Contemporary half hard-grained morocco, marbled boards, spine gilt with raised bands and gilt lettering. DBMOF, iii, p. 393; not in Stammhammer. Second edition published in the same year as the original London edition, augmented, and published in pocket size for secret distribution in France. Victor Schoelcher (1804-1893), republican and author of the degree abolishing slavery in 1848. He visited the USA in 1829 and it was during his trip there that he became convinced that it was necessary to abolish slavery. During the first ten years of the July monarchy he worked for several journals such as the Revue Républicaine, the Revue indépendante, La Réforme, and others. He went again on a long voyage and upon his return prepared the degree abolishing slavery in the French colonies. He served in the garde nationale during the siege of Paris in 1870-1871 and sided with the democrates and socialists. The present work deals with the 'coup d'état' of 1851, and Schoelcher, together with Victor Hugo, Baudin and others attempted to rouse the old revolutionary district of the Faubourg Saint-Antoine against Louis Napoleon after the 'coup d'état'. The work was written during Schoelcher's exile in London. - Annotations on the front blank leaves and an ownership's entry reading 'Lucien Rodanet, 1877', the letters L.R. stamped in gilt at the foot of the spine. Nº de ref. de la librería 23457

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