Letter signed : St. Cloud, to Talleyrand, 1806 Aug. 8.

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Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821. Letter signed : St. Cloud, to Talleyrand, 1806 Aug. 8.

Letter signed : St. Cloud, to Talleyrand, 1806 Aug. 8.

On relations with Prussia, and in particular the misdeeds of the Prussian representative at Paris, Lucchesini.

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