Sentence Examples with the word CONJURATION

Blondel, Histoire economique de la conjuration de Catiline (1893), written from the point of view of a political economist; Gaston Boissier, La Conjuration de Catiline (1905), and Cicero and his Friends (Eng.

Grosley, Discussion historique et critique sur la conjuration de Venise (Paris, 1756); P. A.

See P. Merimee, Etudes sur la guerre sociale et la conjuration de Catiline (1844); E.

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Von Stern, Catilina and die Parteikampfe in Rom 66-63 (1883), with bibliography in preface; C. Thiaucourt, Etude sur la conjuration de Catiline (1887), a critical examination of Sallust's account and of his object in writing it; J.

Daudet, La Conjuration de Pichegru et les complots royalistes du midi et du l'est, 1 7951 797 (Paris, 1901).

Besides these memoirs and the very striking youthful essay of the Conjuration de Fiesque, Retz has left diplomatic papers, sermons, Mazarinades and correspondence in some considerable quantity.

Daudet, La Conjuration de Pichegru (Paris, 1901).

Retz, however, despite the little inclination which he felt towards clerical life, entered into the disputes of the Sorbonne with vigour, and when he was scarcely eighteen wrote the remarkable Conjuration de Fiesque, a little historical essay, of which he drew the material from the Italian of Augustino Mascardi, but which is all his own in the negligent vigour of the style and the audacious insinuation, if nothing more, of revolutionary principles.