Letter: 1862 Sept. 19, 38 Bloomsbury Street, London W.C., to David Laing / Francisque Michel. 1862.

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Michel, Francisque, 1809-1887. Letter: 1862 Sept. 19, 38 Bloomsbury Street, London W.C., to David Laing / Francisque Michel.

Letter: 1862 Sept. 19, 38 Bloomsbury Street, London W.C., to David Laing / Francisque Michel. 1862.

Sending his Scots in France. Promises to send engravings of Jean Fouquet's miniature, Queen Mary and the Archer Guard .

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