This new National Assembly expressed its desire to include the other two Estates in its deliberations but also made it clear that it was determined to move forward without them. This was the Roman Catholic Church. According to the terms of the Constitution, two-thirds of the deputies of the new Assembly are former deputies of the Convention. The clergy and nobles are welcomed with formal ceremonies and processions, the Third Estate is not. The attack is repeated on November 11.
When king Louis had no way out the wheel turned causing the majority to win, in this case the peasants and there was a new beginning. France had abolished its monarchy only to find itself under the rule of an emperor. The Directory certainly marked the death of many revolutionary ideals. The Convention rejects a final appeal to the people. But as their numbers increased their indignation arose: they retired a few steps, posted themselves on and behind large piles of loose stone collected in that Place for a bridge adjacent to it, and attacked the horse with stones. Paris is declared in a state of siege.
The Coup of Brumaire, which took place in the later months of 1799, was organized by director and author Sieyés, who decided that the undefeated and feted would be a tame figure who could use the army to seize power. The political factors lead to the economical factors. Fights break out between the new volunteers and soldiers of the National Guard loyal to Lafayette. On July 14 1789 the Paris mob, hungry due to a lack of food from poor harvests, upset at the conditions of their lives and annoyed with their King and Government, stormed the Bastille fortress a prison. French troops loyal to Bonaparte occupy key points in Paris. He was a weak king and didn't realize how bad the situation was for the commoners in France.
The Assembly votes to abolish the privileges and feudal rights of the nobility. The commoners of France the Third Estate had to pay the majority of the taxes. Causes of French Revolution A number of major wars had taken place in the forty years leading up to the revolution. On June 20, 1791, Louis and his family, including his despised Austrian queen, Marie-Antoinette, attempted to flee France and were captured. Prior to the French Revolution, it was illegal to worship as a Protestant or as a Jew. The Third Estate paid most of the taxes, while the nobility lived lives of luxury and got all the high-ranking jobs.
However, a majority of clergymen serving in the Assembly refuse to take the oath. So the families could not afford food and other basic necessities with such low incomes. The date referred to is 14th of July 1789, but as with most major events in world history it is a longer process. The foreign troops were ordered off instantly. The National Assembly takes charge of the public treasury. The Fête de la Fédération is the last event to unite all the different factions in Paris during the Revolution.
Due to this reason the capable families worked really hard in order to feed their families and be capable of paying the taxes. He then abdicated in favour of his grandson but the Chamber of Deputies refused to accept his concessions and a temporary municipal government was set up in Paris. This is an extract from the London Gazette from Saturday 18 July to Tuesday 21 July, 1789. Carnot joins sides with the three republican directors. Indeed, financial reforms were so successful that France was able to pay off a rather large war indemnity within only three years of Waterloo. Violence spread to the countryside, where peasants demanded the feudal system be dismantled.
Major Causes There wasn't one event or condition that led to the French Revolution, but, rather, a number of factors came together to cause a perfect storm leading to the revolt of the people against the king. The soldiers, furious, invade the meeting hall and chase out the deputies at the point of bayonets. The French revolution brought a sense of equality among the citizens of France and everybody shared power. They occupy on November 14. Charles Dickens wrote a book that was set during the French Revolution titled A Tale of Two Cities. There were lawyers, doctors, bankers, soldiers, merchants, priests, artisans, urban workers and peasants. In the elections of 1821 the Ultra-Royalists gained an overwhelming majority.
He was known for sending his opponents and others to the Guillotine. His proposal to organize a review of the National guard in Paris is annulled by , mayor of Paris. He leaves the Committee and does not return before July 23. After an official of the commune is killed, anti-government prisoners kept in the basements of the are massacred. The French Revolution lasted 10 years from 1789 to 1799. Gabelle was a tax on salt.