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The special commission appointed to make recommendations was a peculiar mixture of literary men such as Fabre Romme and Marie-Joseph Chenier and serious scientists such as Monge and Fourcroy.

From an experience gained in the case of the President, Romme strongly recommends exploratory celiotomy in all penetrating wounds of the liver.

From an experience gained in the case of the President, Romme strongly recommends exploratory celiotomy in all penetrating wounds of the liver.

The last of the veritable fanatics, Romme, Goujon, Soubrany, Duquesnoy, Bourbotte and Duroy are condemned to death, Immediately after the sentence five of them stab themselves on the stairs of the tribunal.

Among those are the lawyers, notaries, bailiffs and former petty provincial judges and attorneys who furnish the leading actors and two-thirds of the members of the Legislative Assembly and of the Convention: There are surgeons and doctors in small towns, like Bo, Levasseur, and Baudot, second and third-rate literary characters, like Barrère, Louvet, Garat, Manuel, and Ronsin, college professors like Louchet and Romme, schoolmasters like Leonard Bourdon, journalists like Brissot, Desmoulins and Freron, actors like Collot d'Herbois, artists like Sergent, Oratoriens[3] like Fouché, capuchins like Chabot, more or less secularized priests like Lebon, Chasles, Lakanal, and Grégoire, students scarcely out of school like St.