- Women's studies
- The memoir of Grace Dalrymple Elliott (1765-1823) is an eye-witness account of a British aristocrat and confirmed royalist during the early years of the French Revolution from 1789-c.1794. Her narrative includes notes on the fall of the Bastille, and the excesses of the Paris mob, a description of the attack on the Tuileries, hiding Swiss soldiers in her house, helping the Marquis de Chansenets to escape from Paris, and the Reign of Terror following the King's execution.
- "Collection: Women's Autobiographies"--Home page.
"Original Microfilm Part: Part 1: Rare printed autobiographies covering thirty-three womens lives, 1713-1859"--Home page.
"Original Microfilm Reel: 4"--Home page.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, Wiltshire : Adam Matthew Digital, 2020. Digitized from a copy held by the Cambridge University Library and made available by Adam Matthew Digital.
- Location of Originals:
- Cambridge University Library
- Copyright Note:
- Material sourced from Cambridge University Library.
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