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19. 1215/lt-18360502-TC-JSM-01; CL 8: 338–40; Carlyle’s ‘Parliamentary History of the French Revolution,’ was published by Mill in the London and Westminster Review, XXVII (April 1837), 233–47; republished in Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, collected and republished, London: Chapman & Hall, 1847, vol. 4, pp. 77–98. 20. Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, vol. 4, p. 97. 21. ibid, vol. 3, p. 163 (below p. 125). 22. Thomas Carlyle: A Biography, p. 222. 23. The French Revolution: A History, Thomas Carlyle, ed.
38. 3, p. 309 (below p. 156). 39. Essays on the Early Period of the French Revolution (reprinted from the Quarterly Review with additions and corrections), J. W. Croker, London: John Murray, 1857, p. 299. 40. The French Revolution: A History, vol. 399 (below p. 183). See also, ‘Phantasmagoria: Spectral Technology and the Metaphorics of Modern Reverie’, T. Castle in Critical Inquiry, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, vol. 15, no. 1 (Autumn, 1988), pp. 26–61. 41. The French Revolution: A History, vol.
The French Revolution: A History, introduced by Richard Cobb, London: The Folio Society, 1989, p. xv. 25. The French Revolution: A History, vol. 1, p. 221 (below p. 61). 26. Reflections on the Revolution in France, E. Burke (1790), ed. J. G. A. Pocock, Indianapolis: Hackett: L, 1987; Citizens: A Chronicle of the French Revolution, S. Schama, London: Penguin, 2004. 27. The French Revolution: A History, vol. 223 (below p. 63). 28. The French Revolution: A History, vol. 1, p. 369. 29. The French Revolution: A History, vol.
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