Policing Public Opinion in the French Revolution: The Culture of Calumny and the Problem of Free Speech

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Archives Nationales (AN). Series AD XVIIIc, Impressions des Assemblées constituante, législative et de la Convention nationale: cartons 219, 334.

———. Series AF II, Conseil exécutif provisoire et Convention, comité de Salut public. cartons 45, 412.

———. Series BB3, Affaires criminelles, cartons 19, 19(5).

———. Series C, Assemblées nationales. Assemblée législative, papiers de la Haute Cour d’Orléans, carton 170.

———. Series D XXIXbis, Comité des recherches, cartons 1–4, 6–9, 11–16, 28, 32(b)–33, 37, 42.

———. Series D XXIX, Comité des rapports, carton 63.

———. Series F1b II, Série départementale. Vendée, carton 1.

———. Series F1c III, Esprit public et élections. Seine, carton 13.

———. Series F7 Police, cartons 3065, 36866, 4432.

———. Series H1 (fond anciens), Administrations locales et comptabilités diverses. Pay d’Etats, pays d’Élections, Intendances, carton 1448.

———. Series W, Juridictions extraordinaires, cartons 292, 323, 369, 480.

———. Series Y, Châtelet de Paris et prévôté d’Île-de-France. Office de Grandin et prédécesseurs, carton 13320 (minutes, 1777–1791). Chambre criminelle, cartons 10504, 10506, 10508 (a-b), 10546 (lèse-nation affairs).

———. Series Z3, Juridictions spéciales et ordinaires, carton 116.

Archives Départementales du Rhône (ADR). Series 26 L, Tribunaux: Informations, enquêtes, interrogations, décisions, carton 550.

———. Series 1 L, Imprimerie et presse: Surveillance des journaux, carton 459.

Archives municipales de Marseille (AMM). Series I 1, Police des théâtres, carton 550.

Archives municipales de Bordeaux (AMB). Series I, Imprimerie, presse périodique, carton 38.

Bibliothèque nationale de France (BNF). Manuscrits: Nouvelles acquisitions françaises, cartons, 7543, 22423. Folios: LB41–5364, LB41–5365.

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