Directory for public worship may refer to:
- The Westminster Directory of Public Worship of 1644
- The Church of Scotland's Book of Common Order
- Other books of church order and liturgy published by churches in the Presbyterian and Congregational traditions.
... Jacobins to seize power through a parliamentary coup, backed up by force effected by mobilising public support against the Girondist faction, and by utilising the mob power of the Parisian sans-culottes ... The Committee of Public Safety, set up by the National Convention on 6 April 1793, formed the twelve-member de facto executive government of France ... The new constitution created the Directory and the first bicameral legislature in French history ...
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