Marguerite Élie Guadet
Guadet, Marguerite Élie (märgərētˈ ālēˈ güädāˈ) [key], 1758–94, French revolutionary. A leader of the Girondists, he was outlawed (1793) for his attacks on Maximilien Robespierre and Jean Paul Marat. He hid for 10 months before being captured and executed.
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