Law Declaring that Individuals of Both Sexes Are Included in the Laws against Rebels
France. Convention nationale. 1795.
On the 7th of Prairial in the third year of the French Republic, one and indivisible [May 26, 1795].
The National Convention, following the proposition of one of its members, with the goal being that the sections of the Commune of Paris arrest, in their respective wards, women who, during the first, second, third, fourth, and fifth days of the month of Prairial [May 20–24, 1795], incited revolt or aided rebels, passes the agenda, having reasoned that individuals of both sexes are to be included in the laws against rebels.
|Title||Law Declaring that Individuals of Both Sexes Are Included in the Laws against Rebels|
|Short Title||Both Sexes Included in Laws Against Rebels, 1795|
|Place of Publication||Paris|
|Publisher||De l'Imprimerie de la République|
|Creator||France. Convention nationale|
|Call Number||Case oversize FRC 10525|
|Location||Special Collections 4th floor|