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Lettre a monseigneur le duc d'Orléans, premier prince du sang

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Olympe de Gouges

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Lettre imprimée de Olympe de Gouges adressée à Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d'Orléans, 1747-1793. La lettre est signée  :"Amie de tous mes concitoyens & du repos public". Olympe de Gouges est le pseudonyme de Marie-Olympe Gouze (1748-1793,) épouse Louis Aubry, auteur de comédies et femme politique.

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Lettre a Monseigneur le duc d'Orleans, premier prince du sang (1789), IA

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