Letter signed : Paris, to [Marguerite-Madeleine du Motier], n.p., 1774 July 1.

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Gerard, Jean, fl. 1774. Letter signed : Paris, to [Marguerite-Madeleine du Motier], n.p., 1774 July 1.

Letter signed : Paris, to [Marguerite-Madeleine du Motier], n.p., 1774 July 1.

Concerns business matters relating to the Marquis de Lafayette's estates.

1 item (4 p.) ; 22 x 17 cm.

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