Autograph letter signed : [Paris], to Voltaire, [1773?].

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Autograph letter signed : [Paris], to Voltaire, [1773?].

Praising his works and youthful spirit: "If you did not speak, Sir, of the winter of your years, one would believe, from the freshness of your works, that you are inspired by the fires of early youth. The letter I have received from you sparkles with gaiety, and Tibulle could not have mingled more finesse with more gallantry. Live as long as your works, Sir ..."

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