Translation of title: "Letter from an American Quaker to a French republican, on the grand affair of France and the entire world." Written by Benjamin P. in 1792 as a sort of discussion of the progression and reasoning for the French Revolution.
Translation of title: "Memoir of a witness of the Revolution, or Journal of the facts that took place under our eyes, and that prepared and fixed the French Constitution: posthumous work." This book features letters and discussion by Jean Sylvain Bailly regarding the French Revolution.
Translation of title: "Christian counsel, according to the spirit of charity and gentleness: recommended by a feeling of fraternal love." A 1794 French translation of an essay by Richard Ashby regarding the imprisonment and mistreatment of prisoners from the French Revolution.
Translation of title: "Historical and critical study of Quakerism." Written by Édouard Lods in 1857, this work discusses Quaker theology and was written under the College of Protestant Theology of Strasbourg as a senior thesis project.
Translation of title: "Journal of a Quaker from our time (1893-1962): The life behind oneself." Written by Henry van Elten and published in 1964, this work deals with Quakerism and the issue of imprisonment.
Translation of title: "Chateaux in the Loire Valley from the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries: drawn according to nature and lithographs." Published in two volumes in 1861, this work by Victor Petit deals with Renaissance architecture of the castles, or chateaux, of the Loire Valley in France.
Translation of title: "Children's Encyclopedia, or new elementary summary of science and the arts." Compiled by Jacques-Henri Tardieu, this book was published in 1802 and presents a basic encyclopedia of the sciences and the arts for young children, presented in two volumes with illustrations and maps.
Translation of title: "Civil laws in their natural order." This work was written by Jean Domat and published in 1694. It discusses civil and administrative laws in France and general sociopolitical theory.
Translation of title: "Paris through the ages: successive aspects of the monuments and historic neighborhoods of Paris, since the 13th century until modern day." Written by Théodore Hoffbauer in 1875, this book was written in two volumes and has illustrations relating to Parisian architecture and history.