"Day of 13 Vendemaire of the Year 4"
In the waning days of the Convention in the fall of 1795, royalistinfluenced sections of Paris revolted to prevent the adoption of a new constitution that protected the position of the radicals. Bonaparte was delegated to put down the uprising of 5 October 1795 (13 Vendémiaire Year IV). Bonapartes decisiveness and willingness to fire cannons on the demonstratorsin his words, to "give them a whiff of grapeshot"consolidated the governments control, but revealed how much the revolutionary state after Thermidor was dependent on the military.
Source: mfr 84.29