SECOND EMPIRE, and various. - About 125 letters... - Lot 15 - Osenat

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SECOND EMPIRE, and various. - About 125 letters... - Lot 15 - Osenat
SECOND EMPIRE, and various. - About 125 letters and documents. - BOUVET (Francisque). 2 manuscripts, one autograph signed, the other autograph. 2 drafts with variants of a letter to Napoleon III. Journalist and republican writer, former representative to the Constituent and Legislative Assemblies of 1848-1849, Francisque Bouvet called for the foundation of a European institution to guarantee peace between nations. He published this letter as a preface to his book Introduction à l'établissement d'un droit public européen published in 1856. - CASTELLANE (Boniface de). Signed letter. 1857. Concerning a soldier to be deported to Algeria. - EUGENIE (Empress). Autograph letter signed to the future admiral Charles Duperré. 1868. It evokes in particular the schooling of the Imperial Prince. - GRANIER DE CASSAGNAC (Adolphe). Autograph letter signed. 1877. Concerning the marriage of Plaisance. - OLLIVIER (Émile). Autograph letter signed to the Prince Imperial. 1874. Superb eulogy of Napoleon III and reflection on the political hope that the Imperial Prince embodies. - SAINT-ARNAUD (Arnaud Jacques Leroy dit Achille Leroy de). Signed letter. 1853. Concerning the high cost of food in Paris. - YVON (Adolphe). Autograph letter signed to Charles Laffitte, president of the board of the Victor-Emmanuel railroads. 1862. The painter asks for a pass to go by train to Magenta to collect materials for a painting commemorating the battle ordered by the French Government. - The deputy of Corsica Charles ABBATUCCI, the duke of Padua Ernest-Louis-Henri-Hyacinthe ARRIGHI DE CASANOVA, minister and senator of the Empire, then deputy to the Chamber, the administrator of the library of the Louvre Louis BARBIER, the archbishop of Lyon Louis-Jacques-Maurice de BONALD, the historian and curator of the Sainte-Geneviève library Frédéric de BROTONNE, the historian and librarian of the Fontainebleau palace Jacques-Joseph CHAMPOLLION-FIGEAC, the doctor of Napoleon III Lucien CORVISART (Camden Place in Chislehurst, 1875), the Bonapartist deputy Gustave CUNEO D'ORNANO, the secretary general of the Ministry of the Household of the emperor Alphonse GAUTIER, the chamberlain of Napoleon III and senator of Empire Charles Emmanuel Raphaël Théry de GRICOURT, Arthur de LA GUERONNIERE, former chief of staff of Alphonse de Lamartine rallied to the prince Louis-Napoleon and became one of his pens, the senator and diplomat Henri-Alphonse-Godefroy-Bernard de LA TOUR D'AUVERGNE, the general prince of La Moskowa Napoleon-Henri-Edgar NEY, Grand Veneur, senator and aide-de-camp of Napoleon III, the writer Jules SANDEAU, the historian, journalist and politician Amédée THIERRY, the historian and minister William-Henry WADDINGTON, Adèle Weyer, wife of General YUSUF, etc. ATTACHED: a handwritten request in favor of the benefactress Rose Courage dite Roseau. Caudebec-lès-Elbeuf, 1853. - Bulletin des lois. Several leaflets. - Lithographed circulars from the Ministry of the Interior to the prefects. 1852. - A lithographed portrait of the empress Eugenie.
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