I recall what my comrades, the Pulawskis, said on seeing the great Dumouriez
It was drawn up by Charles-FranE*ois Dumouriez
when he was the commander at Cherbourg, reveals a report by The Times.
Essay topics include: women who sat for allegorical portraiture and the Restoration court beauty, changing perceptions of Italian women artists in 18th-century life stories, punitive subplots and clandestine marriage in Eliza Haywood's The history of Jemmy and Jenny Jessamy, Olympia de Gouges's L'Entree de Dumouriez
a Bruxelles and Republican fervor, and French revolutionary confrontations onstage and on the rostrum.
Having lost a political struggle with General Dumouriez
, he is imprisoned by the Austrians, exchanged two years later for the daughter of Louis XVI, and will occupy his newfound freedom as a writer and an archivist.
Harvey's approach is old-fashioned, concentrating upon and exaggerating the role of men like Lafayette, Dumouriez
, and Robespierre.
8) For example, the diplomatic innovations of the French Foreign Minister Dumouriez
in 1792 were quite radical even by today's standards: the call for a totally open diplomacy, with all diplomatic correspondence rendered available to the people, including the senior officials of other European powers (Der Derian 1987, pp.
The general argument is familiar enough; that the hostility of the European powers to the new republic, combined with the earlier treachery of Louis and his courtiers, and that of the French General Dumouriez
, inevitably, if regrettably, led to violence.
Dumouriez, antes de su traicion, pudo expresar que la capitulacion de Amberes, conseguida por Miranda, "lleva al mismo tiempo el sello del filosofo y del republicano".
Dumouriez, que lo caluminio indignamente, estuvo obligado a reconocer el raro y singular merito del general espanol.
And indeed Lafayette sought to dissolve the Jacobin Club and then deserted and fled to Austria, to be followed by General Dumouriez
The dispatch of the representatives on mission to the department was itself prompted by the failure of General Moreton's army (left in defence of the northern frontier when General Dumouriez
and the bulk of the forces concentrated at the Camp de Maulde departed southwards to support the Army of the Centre) to consolidate its control of the village of Saint-Amand.
was a competent field commander, tactician, and military adviser and a capable politician; but his ambition and disloyalty led him to betray his country and the revolution he had helped to start, and had preserved at Valmy.