Pièces curieuses, pour servir à l'histoire de France : autograph manuscript notes, [undated, but probably ca. 1864].

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Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870. Pièces curieuses, pour servir à l'histoire de France : autograph manuscript notes, [undated, but probably ca. 1864].

Pièces curieuses, pour servir à l'histoire de France : autograph manuscript notes, [undated, but probably ca. 1864].

Manuscript notes discussing the intrigues of Horatio Nelson and Lady Emma Hamilton at the Court of Ferdinand IV of Naples.

1 item (ca. 260 p.), bound ; 29.3 cm.

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