Minvielle was one of the Convention deputies elected from the Bouches-du-Rhône department. He was identified as a Girondin and executed with Brissot and twenty others on 31 October 1793. It is unclear why the duchess refers to him as a representative from Calvados.
Appears in these Letters:
The duchess offers news and personal reflections on recent developments in the French Revolution (as seen from her home in the heart of the capital)...