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Jacobinism and the Revolt of Lyon 1789–1793$

W. D. Edmonds

Print publication date: 1990

Print ISBN-13: 9780198227496

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198227496.001.0001

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Jacobinism and the Revolt of Lyon 1789–1793
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Changes in the sections of Origin of Municipal Councillors (including the Mayor and procureur), 1790–1792

1790

1791

1792

Poorest sections (classified under both A(l) and A(2))

Saint-Georges (1)

1

1

Port Saint-Paul (7)

1

La Juiverie (6)

1

1

Pierre-Seize (8)

1

2

Saint-Vincent I, II (9, 10)

1

1

1

La Grand-Côte (11, 12)

3

LʼHôtel-Dieu (29)

1

1

TOTAL

2

4

10

Sections classified under A and/or B

Rue Thomassin (26)

1

1

Rue Belle-Cordière (30)

3

La Pêcherie (16)

1

Le Change (5)

Place Neuve (4)

1

1

La Croisette (22)

Bon-Rencontre (24)

1

Plat-dʼArgent (25)

Porte-Froc (3)

3

TOTAL

5

2

5

Sections classified under B and under C or D

Port du Temple (27)

3

Place Confort (28)

1

Le Gourguillon (2)

Bellecour I, II (31,32)

7

3

Rue Buisson (23)

2

Rue Neuve (19)

2

1

Le Griffon I, II (14, 13)

1

4

TOTAL

11

8

5

Sections classified under C and D

Les Terreaux (15)

1

Le Plâtre(15)

1

2

1

Saint-Nizier (20)

1

2

Rue Tupin(21)

2

1

1

Place Saint-Pierre (17)

4

6

2

TOTAL

4

6

2

a Two councillors were from the faubourg of la Guillotière which was attached to Lyon in 1791.

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