Letter, 1834 September 12, Rome, to Pierre Bonaparte, [Castle of St. Angelo].

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Fesch, Joseph, 1763-1839. Letter, 1834 September 12, Rome, to Pierre Bonaparte, [Castle of St. Angelo].

Letter, 1834 September 12, Rome, to Pierre Bonaparte, [Castle of St. Angelo].

Encourages him to bear his imprisonment. Mentions Napoleon. Admonishes him for his suicidal threats.

1 p. 21 cm.

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