Meanwhile, all the intrigues of the yard, all his secrets, and even the words spoken by this or that prince or an aristocrat, soon became known among the revolutionaries. Thousands of secret ways, the establishment of which is taken care of in due time leading people, all recognizable in Paris; and rumors that reached from Versailles, supported by unrest in the capital. There are times when the mighty of the world can no longer even count on his servants; and this time it came in Versailles. While the nobility rejoiced insignificant success of the royal meeting, several revolutionaries of the bourgeoisie established in the Versailles club called Brittany club soon became a unifying center, which attracts all the attention. There even came a servant of the king and queen and told everything that was said in secret at the court. The founders of this club were a few Breton deputies, by the way Le Chapelier, Gleizes and Lanzhyuine; Mirabeau, the Duke Egiyon, Sieyes, Barnave, Petion, the Abbe Gregoire and Robespierre were also its members. Subsequently, he became a Jacobin Club.
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