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Fructidor

(frŭk`tĭdôr, Fr. früktēdôr`), 12th month of the French Revolutionary calendarFrench Revolutionary calendar,
the official calendar of France, Nov. 24, 1793–Dec. 31, 1805. Its introduction was decreed by the Convention on Oct. 5, 1793, but it was computed from Sept. 22, 1792, the autumnal equinox and the day after the proclamation of the republic.
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. The coup of 18 Fructidor (Sept. 4, 1797), in which General Augereau was a key figure, annulled the previous elections and removed Lazare Carnot and François de Barthélemy from the DirectoryDirectory,
group of five men who held the executive power in France according to the constitution of the year III (1795) of the French Revolution. They were chosen by the new legislature, by the Council of Five Hundred and the Council of Ancients; each year one director, chosen
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. The coup was directed against those who wished to restore a constitutional monarchy.
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(77) Archives departementales de la Haute-Garonne, 7L 201 U 2, 26 brumaire and 17 fructidor IV.
(105) Francois de Neufchateau, `"Aux administrations centrales", 22 Fructidor An V', in his Recueil des lettres circulaires, instructions, programmes, discours et autre actes publics emanes du C.en Francois (de Neufchateau) pendant ses deux exercises du Ministere de l'Interieur, 2 vols.
The turning point came, Brown argues, with the coup d'etat of 18 Fructidor in 1797, which thwarted a royalist conspiracy to overturn the republic.
Closures Europe, Le Co1isee, Rue Fructidor, F-75830, Paris, UK Contact, tel:0120 277 4224, have supplied the 82mm ECO style closure to Yoplait for use with their new Creme Fraiche range, which is packaged in glass.
The watershed was the coup of 18 Fructidor, Year V (September 4th, 1797).
The Journal des Theatres began publication, under the editorship of Emile Duchosal, a rather obscure writer, on 1 Fructidor year II (18 August 1794), eleven months after the first issue of the Journal des Spectacles, and some seven months after the demise of the latter and only three weeks after 9 Thermidor.
On the tenth of Fructidor, or the 27th of August by our reckoning, in the Years IV and V, the young and old of Toulouse gathered together to celebrate the Fete de la Vieillesse, as did many others in the various regions of France.
Cette violence ne s'est jamais completement epuisee, mais il n'y aura aucun autre "grand massacre" de prisonniers, ni aucune autre revolte proprement dite avant la crise entourant le coup d'etat du Directoire en fructidor V.