Autograph letter signed : Paris, to [William Harris] Crawford, Washington, 1817 Apr. 16.


Autograph letter signed : Paris, to [William Harris] Crawford, Washington, 1817 Apr. 16.

Letter of introduction for the two sons of Marshal Grouchy. Refers to the release of General Decaen, the Holy Alliance, the death of Massena, and a "new mode of election for one fifth of the Chambre des députés." Folded letter sheet with partial address.

1 item (2 p.) ; 24 x 18 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7758172

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