Mrs. Desmoulins, who still lived, was herself so very ill, that she could contribute very little to his relief.
Desmoulins was living with his friend Mirabeau 73at Versailles, and Sieys was often there.
My informer was Mrs. Desmoulins, who lived many years in Dr. Johnson's house.
Desmoulins made at least one discovery of epochal importance.
Desmoulins vociferates: The beast is in the trap; now to finish him!
From the preface one would gather that Johannes Molinus (or Desmoulins) was the chief author.
Danton, Desmoulins and the rest crowded around them, eager to shake their hands and listen to their comments.
Though still a young man, Desmoulins was an influential member of the Club of the Cordeliers.
I dined with him; the company were, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Desmoulins, and Mr. Lowe.
Desmoulins's account, save in one point noted by me, is scrupulously exact.