Autograph letter signed : Paris, to James Monroe, n.p., 1794 Oct. 3.

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Lafayette, Marie Adrienne de Noailles, marquise de, 1759-1807. Autograph letter signed : Paris, to James Monroe, n.p., 1794 Oct. 3.

Autograph letter signed : Paris, to James Monroe, n.p., 1794 Oct. 3.

The Marquise de Lafayette asks a favor of James Monroe. Folded letter sheet with address.

1 item (3 p.) ; 21 x 16 cm.

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