FRENCH REVOLUTION: A good selection of fourteen A.L.S. and L.S., some to partially printed documents, by members of the French National Convention during the French Revolution, most dated 1795-1800, including Eugène Melchior Patrin (1742-1815) A.L.S., 4to; Pierre Henry-Larivière (1761-1838) A.L.S.; Jean André Barthelemy (1742-1817) Partially printed document signed; Charles François Oudot (1755-1841) A.L.S., 1802. Jean André Barrot (1753-1845) A.L.S., to the Minister of war, stating in part `..no doubt fully guilty since he deserted under the Republic flags..´; Edme Alexandre Villetard de Prunières (1755-1824) A.L.S., 1797; Emmanuel Pérès (1752-1833) A.L.S., 1796, to the Minister of war; Dominique-Vincent Ramel Nogaret (1760-1829) a member of the National Convention and Minister of Finance. L.S., 1799, in his capacity as Minister; Antoine François Gauthier des Orcières (1750-1824) From exile; Théophile Berlier (1761-1844) A.L.S., 1795, to a judge; Marie-Denis Pellissier (1765-1829); Joseph Poullain-Grandprey (1744-1826); François Martin Poultier (1753-1827); Jean Baptiste Joseph Delecloy (1747-1807) an attractive A.L.S.; VG, 14 £80-100 The French National Convention (''Convention Nationale''), 1792-95, succeeded the Legislative Assembly during the French Revolution, and founded the First Republic.