Letter, 1812 July 18 : Ghloubokoe, Russia, to Eugene de Beauharnais.

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Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821. Letter, 1812 July 18 : Ghloubokoe, Russia, to Eugene de Beauharnais.

Letter, 1812 July 18 : Ghloubokoe, Russia, to Eugene de Beauharnais.

Signed manuscript giving directions on the troop movements.

1 leaf.

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