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  BBC - h2g2 - Barnave, Duport and Lameth - The Triumvirate - A750043
Along with Lameth and Duport he was a leading member of the Jacobin club in it's early months, providing the chief opposition to Mirabeau.
The Three Lameth brothers had all taken part in the War of American Independence and had returned imbued with the new ideas of democratic government and a just society.
The most famous of the three is Alexander, who was one of the early leaders of the revolution and specifically remembered for his role in the abolition of the privilege system on the night of August 4th 1789.
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  Amazon.com: "Alexander Lameth": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Their leaders at this time were Barnave; a young noble named Alexander Lameth, whose mother, having been left in necessitous circumstances, owed to the bounty of the king and queen the means of...
Duport, Barnave, and Lameth, who formed a triumvirate, whose opinions were prepared by Duport, sustained by Barnave, and managed by Alexander Lameth.
Alexander Lameth, in his presentation to the National Assembly on 22 July 1791, estimated the army's strength at the beginning of the...
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 Alexandre-Théodore-Victor, comte de Lameth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alexandre-Théodore-Victor, comte de Lameth (October 20, 1760 – March 18, 1829), was a French soldier and politician.
Having served in the American War of Independence under Rochambeau, he was sent in 1789 as deputy to the States-General by the nobles of the bailliage of Péronne.
He had two brothers, Théodore Lameth (1756-1854) who served in the American war, sat in the Legislative Assembly as deputy from the department of Jura, and became maréchal-de-camp; and Charles Malo François Lameth.
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 Casualties at Yorktown Redoubts 9 and 10, 14 October 1781
Alexander Hamilton led 400 Continentals in the capture of Redoubt 10 from 45 British, half of whom [22?] were taken prisoner."
As soon as Dumas was told of the wound of his friend, Charles de Lameth, he hastened to him at the ambulance.
At first the surgeons declared that he could not be saved without the amputation of both thighs, but the chief surgeon, Robillard, rather than reduce a young officer of so much promise to a cripple, was unwilling to perform the amputation, and trusted to nature for the cure of such serious wounds.
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 Casualties at Yorktown Redoubts 9 and 10, 14 October 1781
Alexander Hamilton led 400 Continentals in the capture of Redoubt 10 from 45 British, half of whom [22?] were taken prisoner."
As soon as Dumas was told of the wound of his friend, Charles de Lameth, he hastened to him at the ambulance.
At first the surgeons declared that he could not be saved without the amputation of both thighs, but the chief surgeon, Robillard, rather than reduce a young officer of so much promise to a cripple, was unwilling to perform the amputation, and trusted to nature for the cure of such serious wounds.
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 The Jacobins - LoveToKnow 1911
It had its origin in the Club Breton, which was established at Versailles shortly after the opening of the States General in 1789.
It was at first composed exclusively of deputies from Brittany, but was soon joined by others from various parts of France, and counted among its early members Mirabeau, Sieyes, Barnave, Petion, the Abbe Gregoire, Charles and Alexandre Lameth, Robespierre, the duc d'Aiguillon, and La Revelliere-Lepeaux.
At this time its meetings were secret and little is known of what took place at them.
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 French Revolution - LoveToKnow 1911
The Left or Constitutionals, known afterwards as the Feuillants, among whom Barnave and Charles and Alexander Lameth were conspicuous, also wished to preserve monarchy but disdained English precedent.
They were possessed with feelings then widespread, weariness of arbitrary government, hatred of ministers and courtiers, and distrust not so much of Louis as of those who surrounded him and influenced his judgment.
The Left consisted of the Jacobins, a term which still included the party afterwards known as the Girondins or Girondists - so termed because several of their leaders came from the region of the Gironde in southern France.
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 National Portrait Gallery A-Z of Portrait Sitters (L)
Alexander Dundas Ross Wishart Cochrane-Baillie, 1st Baron Lamington (1816-1890), Politician and author.
Lord Charles Wallace Alexander Napier Cochrane Baillie, 2nd Baron Lamington (1860-1940), Lieutenant-colonel, MP, Governor of Queensland (1895 -1901) and Bombay (1908-7).
Alexander Leslie-Melville, 12th Earl of Leven and Melville (1817-1889), Banker.
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 VtM - WhiteWolf: Genealogy -- Baali
Like Lameth and the Giovanni, St. Germain was an "adviser" to Tremere himself, and was the one responsible for convincing him to seek immortality via the Kindred and their accursed vitae.
She was killed by a sect of 13 vampires that said to be of the True Brujah.
She was embraced the day Alexander assumed the throne of Macedonia.
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 Seizure of Redoubts 9 and 10, Yorktown 1781
General Washington gave "to the regiments of Agenois [Gatinois?] and Deuxponts the two pieces of brass ordnance captured by them, as a testimony of their gallantry in storming the enemy's redoubt on the night of the 14th instant," which gift was afterwards confirmed by a resolve of Congress.
Alexander Hamilton claimed the honor on grounds of seniority, however, and Washington ruled in his favor.
During the seven minutes that sufficed to take this redoubt, the French lost forty-six men killed and sixty-two wounded, amongst whom were six officers: Charles de Lameth, Guillaume de Deux-fonts, de Sireuil, captain in the regiment of Gâtinais, de Sillègue and de Lutzon.
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 [CTRL] Fwd: THE ILLUMINATI
Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton said that Jefferson helped start the French Revolution, and wrote in a letter to a friend, dated May 26, 1792, that Jefferson "drank freely of the French philosophy, in religion, in science, in politics.
Adams also wrote to Washington, saying that Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton were misusing Masonic lodges for Illuminati purposes and the worship of Lucifer(which is recorded in the Adams Chronicles).
On September 26, 1815, the Treaty of Holy Alliance was signed by Alexander I of Russia, Francis II of Austria, and Frederick William III of Prussia, while the allies were negotiating the Second Peace of Paris.
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 University of Delaware: THE MARSHALS OF NAPOLEON COLLECTION
In addition, the collection includes documents from H. Clarke (appointed Marshal under Louis XVIII), Alexander Lameth, Eugène de Beauharmais, Hughes Marat, Louis Philippe de Ségur, and Napoleon.
Also included are portraits, and a watercolored sketch of the emperor on vellum.
The letter is signed "le duc de Bassano," and is written on paper watermarked with the imperial eagle, the seal "Napoleon Empereur des Français, Roi d'Italie," and the papermaker's name, F. Johannot.
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 Benjamin Franklin Papers, University of Pennsylvania, American Philosophical Society
News from America; rumors of the evacuation of Philadelphia; announcement in the Courier de l'Europe of a Committee appointed by Congress to treat with the English for peace; desires authority to stigmatize this report as a lie.
Desiring to know the truth of the report of the capture of the "Elégante" by the English ship "Emerald," and the decision of the Congress of Williamsburg to repay Capt. Collineau of the "Elégante," owing to treachery having been used in the capture.
Expressing a desire for a personal meeting; sent letters to be forwarded to his relative, Count Sterling [William Alexander, Earl of Stirling]; thinks by this time the answers should have arrived.
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They desired a constitution likethat of England which should reserve a large executive power to the king, while entrusting the taxing and legislative powers to a modern parliament.
The Left or Constitutionals, known after-wards as the Feuillants, among whom Barnave and Charles and Alexander Lameth were conspicuous, also wished to preserve monarchy but disdained English'precedent.
The Left consisted of the Jacobins, a term which still included the party afterwards known as the Girondins or Girondists (q.v.)so termed because several of their leaders came from the region of the Gironde in southern France.
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 TheHistoryNet | Military History | Letters from Wilhelm Graf von Schwerin: Eyewitness to Siege of Yorktown
The position assaulted by the French that night was Redoubt No. 9 on the right flank of the siege line.
Schwerin's casualty figures are close to those given in the account of Guillaume de Deux-Ponts, who reported 21 grenadiers and chasseurs of his regiment--compared to the 18 claimed by Schwerin--and 56 of the Gatinais killed or wounded, the same figure given by Schwerin.
His name is inscribed on a stone tablet at the Wren building, which temporarily served as a hospital for the men wounded in the siege.
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 Equality Versus Liberty: The Eternal Conflict
When the United States Constitution was under discussion at the Philadelphia Constitutional Convention in 1787 not one delegate from any of the twelve states represented suggested that "all men are equal" either at creation or in life.
LaFayette, shocked and heart broken by the excesses of the Revolution, left France to be cast as a prisoner of state into a dungeon at Olmütz.
Charles de Lameth, who was wounded at Yorktown, fled the country.
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 FINAL WARNING   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton said that Jefferson helped start the French Revolution, and wrote in a letter to a friend, dated May 26, 1792, that Jefferson "drank freely of the French philosophy, in religion, in science, in politics.
It has been suggested, that one of the reasons that the British looted and burned Washington in 1812, was to destroy secret documents that would have exposed the treason against the United States, by various people high within the government.
On September 26, 1815, the Treaty of Holy Alliance was signed by Alexander I of Russia, Francis II of Austria, and Frederick William III of Prussia, while the allies were negotiating the Second Peace of Paris.
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 French Revolution
The "Royalist democrats" allied with Necker, inclined toward arranging France along lines similar to the British constitution al model, included Jean Joseph Mounier, the Comte de Lally-Tollendal, the Comte de Clermont-Tonnerre, and Pierre Victor Malouet, Comte de Virieu.
The "National Party", representing mainly the interests of the middle class es, included Honoré Mirabeau, Lafayette, and Bailly; somewhat more extreme were Adrien Duport, Antoine Pierre Joseph Marie Barnave, and Alexander Lameth.
The abbé Sieyès led in proposing legislation in this period and successfully forged consensus for some time between the political center and the left.
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 French Revolution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The "Royalist democrats" allied with Necker toward arranging France along lines similar to British constitutional model included Jean Joseph Mounier the Comte de Lally-Tollendal the Comte Clermont-Tonnerre and Pierre Victor Malouet Comte de
The "National Party" representing mainly the interests the middle classes included Honoré Mirabeau Lafayette and Bailly; somewhat more extreme Adrien Duport Antoine Pierre Joseph Marie Barnave and Alexander Lameth.
The abbé Sieyès led in proposing legislation in this and successfully forged consensus for some time the political center and the left.
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It was like the offer of Darius to Alexander, of one hundred thousand talents.
He ranks with Alexander and Caesar in ancient times, and he is superior to Gustavus Adolphus, Turenne, Conde, Marlborough, Frederic II., Wellington, or any of the warriors who have figured in the great wars of Europe, from Charlemagne to the battle of Waterloo.
It was simply an unwarrantable war: it was a crime; it was a dream of conquest, without anything more to justify it than Alexander's conquests in India, or any other conquest by ambitious and restless warriors.
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 THE ILLUMINATI
If the Masons can't even nail down the specifics of their own history, then, the only thing I can hope to do, is to produce as accurate of a picture as possible, based on the facts.
Many writers in the late 1800's, such as Archbishop Meurin and Dr. Bataille, said that Masonry was just a cover organization for Satan worship, which occurred within its higher degrees, and was unknown to the ordinary member.
Adams also wrote to Washington, saying that Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton were misusing Masonic lodges for Illuminati purposes and the worship of Lucifer (which is recorded in the Adams Chronicles).
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 The Percy Anecdotes: Anecdotes of Eloquence
His skulking from the presence of Alexander, when commissioned to propitiate his clemency.
When Harpalus, one of Alexander's officers, after betraying his master and purloining his treasures, made his escape to Athens, it became a question with the Athenians whether they should give the traitor-robber shelter?
Demosthenes, to whose opinion the people looked up with reverence, declared at first that they ought on no account to disgrace the character of the republic, by affording refuge to one so infamous.
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 neomage's Xanga Site
The question came about as a result of a five-dollar bet over highballs, and it happened this way: Alexander Adell and Bertram Lupov were two of the faithful attendants of Multivac.
VJ-23X of Lameth stared into the fl depths of the three-dimensional, small-scale map of the Galaxy and said, "Are we ridiculous, I wonder in being so concerned about the matter?" MQ-17J of Nicron shook his head.
You know the Galaxy will be filled in five years at the present rate of expansion." Both seemed in their early twenties, both were tall and perfectly formed.
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 The Life of Marie Antoinette, Queen of France eBook
The president of the day replied with an oration thanking M. Clootz for the honor done to France by such an embassy; and Alexander Lameth followed up the president’s harangue by fresh praises of the deputation as holy pilgrims who had thrown off the shackles of superstition.
It was generally regarded as the finest work of art in the city, and as such it had long been an object of admiration and pride to the citizens.
But M. Lameth, in his new-born enthusiasm, regarded it with other eyes, and closed his speech by proposing
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 VtM - WhiteWolf: WoD Time Line
-7000 or -6000 : Lameth is embraced by Ashur
-330 ~ Petaniqua is embraced by Cybele the day Alexander the Great assumed the throne of Macedonia.
-331 - -327 : Alexander the Great conquers the Far East up to the borders of India.
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 Countries F
1855) 2 Mar 1855 - 13 Mar 1881 Alexander II (b.
1881) 13 Mar 1881 - 1 Nov 1894 Alexander III (b.
1865) 1 Dec 1831 - 8 Mar 1855 Alexander Sergejewitsch Menschikoff (b.
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 THE SCABS - Scocial.Critics.Against.Bullshit.Systems
Intellectuals known as "encyclopedists" were instrumental in spreading Illuminati doctrine.
It is interesting to note, that during the Communist revolution, Nikolai Lenin said: "We, the Bolsheviks, are the Jacobins of the Twentieth Century..." An Illuminist, and member of the revolutionary French National Assembly, Vicomte de Barras, witnessed a 24 year old Napoleon repelling a siege at Toulon in 1793 by English and Spanish military forces.
It has been suggested, that one of the reasons that the British looted and burned Washington in 1812, was to destroy secret documents that would have exposed the treason against the United States, by various people high within the government.
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 Food For Thought: The Last Question
The question came about as a result of a five dollar bet over highballs, and it happened this way:
Alexander Adell and Bertram Lupov were two of the faithful attendants of Multivac.
VJ-23X of Lameth stared into the fl depths of the three-dimensional, small-scale map of the Galaxy and said, "Are we ridiculous, I wonder, in being so concerned about the matter?"
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