Photostats of letters and papers, 1796-1814.


Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821. Photostats of letters and papers, 1796-1814.

Photostats of letters and papers, 1796-1814.

Photostats of 20 letters, 1 proclamation, and 1 speech. Photostats of autograph letters, signed, to his wife Josephine (1796-1800); to his foreign minister Talleyrand (1805-1807), to his mother, to his Commissaire ordonnateur Simon de Sucy (1795), to the duke of La Rochefoucault-Liancourt, ambassador at Vienna (1806), to his wife Marie-Louise (1814), to his Chief of Staff Marshal Berthier (1808), ambassador Pozzo di Borgo (1790). Also includes photostats of autograph letters, signed, by Eugène de Beauharnais to his mother Josephine (1806-1808) and autograph drafts of a speech to be made in Corsica and of a proclamation on entering Vienna for the second time in 1809.

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