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"No more king,—let us be republicans," wrote Brissot in the Patriote.
Brissot spoke prophetically of the misfortunes of the republic, deprived of her most virtuous and eloquent citizens.The World's Greatest Books, Vol XII.|Arthur Mee
The word republic appertained to Brissot and the Girondists.
Brissot was the son of a pastrycook at Chartres, and had received his education in that city with Pétion, his fellow countryman.
A question will very naturally be asked,—What could induce Brissot to draw such a picture?