As Ranek already said, by the 17th century Paris had already become too large to map (I mean in Ranek's street by street style). And 19th century Paris, where all the revolutions took place, is even bigger.
But there was another center of revolutions in France in the 19th century - Lyons. And it was significantly smaller than Paris, so probably it is a better option for making a revolution-on-barricades type of a map.
Here is a map of the city - of 1833, right between the revolts of 1831 and 1834.https://rebellyon.info/home/chroot_ml/ml-lyon/ml-lyon/public_html/IMG/jpg/LyonPlan-forts1833.jpg