THE DANGERS WHICH THREATEN EUROPE; THE CHIEF CAUSES OF THE ILL-SUCCESS OF THE LAST CAMPAIGN: WHAT ERRORS TO BE AVOIDED, AND WHAT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED, IN ORDER TO RENDER THE PRESENT ONE DECISIVE IN FAVOUR OF THE REAL FRIENDS OF GOOD ORDER AND PEACE. FROM THE FRENCH OF M. MALLET DU PAN. TO WHICH ARE ADDED, THE AERAS OF EVENTS SUBSEQUENT TO THE REVOLUTION OF FRANCE; AND A PROCLAMATION ISSUED BY THE GENERALS OF THE ARMY OF THE ROYALISTS IN LA VENDEE, BRITANNY, &C. &C. M. Mallet du Pan, Jacques.

THE DANGERS WHICH THREATEN EUROPE; THE CHIEF CAUSES OF THE ILL-SUCCESS OF THE LAST CAMPAIGN: WHAT ERRORS TO BE AVOIDED, AND WHAT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED, IN ORDER TO RENDER THE PRESENT ONE DECISIVE IN FAVOUR OF THE REAL FRIENDS OF GOOD ORDER AND PEACE. FROM THE FRENCH OF M. MALLET DU PAN. TO WHICH ARE ADDED, THE AERAS OF EVENTS SUBSEQUENT TO THE REVOLUTION OF FRANCE; AND A PROCLAMATION ISSUED BY THE GENERALS OF THE ARMY OF THE ROYALISTS IN LA VENDEE, BRITANNY, &C. &C.

New York: Printed for, and sold by, James Rivington, 1795. 88pp. Disbound, else Very Good.

In the French Revolution, "None but sordid views are entertained, none but the shallow and unsupported calculations of egotism are made, when the devouring flames arise from every part of the great social edifice... Terror, base terror, that terror which creates cowardice, which destroys the most powerful empires, has taken possession of them, and converted them into stupid men."
A Historical Chronicle of events from October 1793 to July 1794 is printed at pages 57-80. This first American edition was preceded by London printings in 1794.
FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. Evans 29020. ESTC W20098. Item #35936

Price: $275.00

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