1815 HANDWRITTEN MANUSCRIPT NOTE SIGNED X 3 REGARDING DESERTERS TO THE FRENCH NATIONAL GUARD MERE DAYS BEFORE THE RESTORATION OF KING LOUIS XVIII AND THE END OF NAPOLEON'S 'ONE HUNDRED DAYS'00JT58
On offer is a super small one page note on a folded half page detailing the names of several men accused of desertion. It appears to be signed by three  individuals (Hubert, Pourihier, LeCoyeor ?) with a side note that the action is approved by the Chef de Battalion. Dated 19 June 1815, Garde Nationale, 1st Battalion 5th Company is handwritten as a heading. [HISTORICAL NOTE: Less than 3 weeks later the King was returned to power.] VG.
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