La voix d'un citoyen, sur la manière de former les Etats-Généraux.

D'OLIVIER, P.

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No place, 1788. (2), 34 pp. 8vo. Modern half morocco, gilt lettering to spine. Martin & Walter 10868; Historical Dictionary of the French Revolution, 1789-1799, i, p. 324. The very rare first edition and the first work by Dolivier or D'Olivier. Proposing an entirely new way of electing deputees, with the aim to diminish the prerogatives of the nobility and the clergy. Demanding also to fix the price of bread in a separate chapter entitled: 'Requête aux futurs Etats-Généraux pour prévenir la trop grande cherté du blé'. As all the publications of the future 'enragé', of great rarity. The author's name is often spelled: Dolivier. Pierre Dolivier was an advocate of extensive social reform. Denouncing suffrage based on property ownership, he appealed for social equality in the future, writing: "I wish that in its social policy the state establish a just equality of means so that each member can attain the full enjoyment of every right that is due him' (Historical Dictionary of the French Revolution, 1789-1799, i, p. 324.)Pierre Dolivier, "red priest" with radical ideas about property, social justice, ideas which certainly influenced Babeuf and his movement and conspiracy. Among the papers of Babeuf Dolivier's most influential book was found, "Essai sur la Justice Primitive" and Dolivier's name appeared on a list of possible candidates for the future government after the "coup d'état": an order to arrest him was issued on the grounds that he was member of the conspiracy of Babeuf and his Equals. Dolivier escaped arrest. N° de ref. de la librería

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Descripción No place, 1788. (2), 34 pp. 8vo. Modern half morocco, gilt lettering to spine. Martin & Walter 10868; Historical Dictionary of the French Revolution, 1789-1799, i, p. 324. The very rare first edition and the first work by Dolivier or D'Olivier. Proposing an entirely new way of electing deputees, with the aim to diminish the prerogatives of the nobility and the clergy. Demanding also to fix the price of bread in a separate chapter entitled: 'Requête aux futurs Etats-Généraux pour prévenir la trop grande cherté du blé'. As all the publications of the future 'enragé', of great rarity. The author's name is often spelled: Dolivier. Pierre Dolivier was an advocate of extensive social reform. Denouncing suffrage based on property ownership, he appealed for social equality in the future, writing: "I wish that in its social policy the state establish a just equality of means so that each member can attain the full enjoyment of every right that is due him' (Historical Dictionary of the French Revolution, 1789-1799, i, p. 324.)Pierre Dolivier, "red priest" with radical ideas about property, social justice, ideas which certainly influenced Babeuf and his movement and conspiracy. Among the papers of Babeuf Dolivier's most influential book was found, "Essai sur la Justice Primitive" and Dolivier's name appeared on a list of possible candidates for the future government after the "coup d'état": an order to arrest him was issued on the grounds that he was member of the conspiracy of Babeuf and his Equals. Dolivier escaped arrest. Nº de ref. del artículo: 18176

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