Papers. 1821-1838.


Papers. 1821-1838.

Eight A.L.S. to various correspondents including Andouin, Arago, Chabrol, and Prunelle, holograph manuscript "Sur les oiseaux," and a group of holograph notes (10 leaves, 33 p.) ; in French.

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