May 20: Jacobins and sans-culottes attacked the Convention and killed deputy Féraud. The army responded quickly and clears out the hall. The Convention votes for the arrest of attackers.
May 21: New uprising of Jacobins and sans culottes in Paris; they occupied the Hôtel de Ville.
May 22: Third day of uprising in Paris. The Convention orders the army to occupy the Faubourg Saint-Antoine.
May 24: The army secures the Faubourg Saint-Antoine and disarms and captures the members of the uprising.
May 28: The last Jacobin former members of the Committees of Public Safety and General Security are arrested and end the movement.
May 31: The Convention abolishes the Revolutionary Tribunal.