Letter, [1815? April 19, Paris?], to Baron de Bonstetten, [n.p.].


Letter, [1815? April 19, Paris?], to Baron de Bonstetten, [n.p.].

Thanks for his book; comments on it. Ticknor's note of the provenance of the letter included.

1 p. 20 cm.


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