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Assembly of Notables meet as less daunting than estates general, they reject Calonne's single land tax reform
19 June 1789
First Estate (Clergy) vote to join the Third Estate deputies in the 'National Assembly'
16 July 1791
After Flight to Varennes, Assembly vote to suspend the king's power until the completion of the constitution
Assembly issues two decrees: (vetoed by Louis)
1. Refractory priests to lose income and to be treated as conspirators against France
2. émigrés who didn't return to be classed as traitors
20 June 1792
The First Storming of the Tuileries by 8,000 National Guard. Louis doesn't give in to lifting his vetoes.
11 July 1792
'La patrie en danger', decree calling men to support war effort & passive citizenship ignored.
9-10 August 1792
The Second Journée to the Tuileries, 20,000 National Guard and Sans Culottes plus 2,000 fédérés. The King is imprisoned in 'The Temple'
11 August 1792
Assembly grants permission to local authorities to arrest suspected counter-revolutionaires.
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