1856 LARGE ARCHIVE OF FIFTEEN (15) HANDWRITTEN, MANUSCRIPT LETTERS ADDRESSED TO THE MARQUIS DE BEAUMONT00JT68
Large archive of handwritten letters, dates ranging from 1848 to 1869 but most in the mid-50s, addressed to important French nobleman, the Marquis de Beaumont. Most are of a personal nature, intimate nature: Leopold de Carayon writes with humour: "If you are lying, I will catch you, my old friend...and this Pauline who supposedly is holding you back from coming, I will make her pay!...Come see me soon." Beaumont's godson writes, other nobility and there is one letter of condolence regarding the Marquis' mother's death. A certain concierge in Paris also writes of some intrigue. Very, very interesting archive showing an intimate glimpse of French nobility.
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