Autograph letters (3) signed "Eugene Napoléon" : Milan and Monza, to his mother, the Empress Josephine, 1806 Mar. 13-1808 Mar. 11.

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Beauharnais, Eugène de, 1781-1824. Autograph letters (3) signed "Eugene Napoléon" : Milan and Monza, to his mother, the Empress Josephine, 1806 Mar. 13-1808 Mar. 11.

Autograph letters (3) signed "Eugene Napoléon" : Milan and Monza, to his mother, the Empress Josephine, 1806 Mar. 13-1808 Mar. 11.

Concerning the forthcoming divorce and Napoleon's provision for her maintenance; with good wishes on birthdays and thanks for gifts.

3 items (8 p.) ; (8vo)

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