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[Napoléon, Fouché, Public Officers] - Six French handwritten or printed letters and a decree - 1794/1804

[Napoléon, Fouché, Public Officers] - Six French handwritten or printed letters and a decree - 1794/1804

[Napoléon, Fouché, Public Officers] - Six French handwritten or printed letters and a decree - 1794/1804
Manuscripts - Quantity: 6 - Manuscript

Six hand written or typed letters and a decree, some on laid paper.

1. From the Administration du Département des Alpes Maritimes to the Commissaire National du tribunal du district de Nice.
Content: Letter presenting shipping of two copies of an administrative act.
Autograph on laid paper, with letterhead "Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite". With watermark.
Dated 29 novembre 1794.
Annotations on back.
Condition is good. Yellowing paper. Vertical fold. A tear of 4 cm at 3 o'clock.

2. Fouché, Le Ministre de la Police générale de la République
Aux préfets de département
Content: Guidelines to heads of Departments around the content of the messages they have to sent to their constituencies.
Typed letter on laid paper. With watermark.
With letterhead "Police Générale de la République".
Template, never sent.
Dated 26 Fructidor an 8 (13 Sep. 1800).
Condition is good. Some creases.

3. Decret de la Convention Nationale, 14 fevrier 1793
Content: Articles describing the reunion between the French Republic, the Monaco principality and other communes.
4 pages, typed, on laid paper.
Condition is good, some foxing

4. Lettre de transmission d'un pli
Content: Letter presenting shipping of an administrative act.
Autograph letter on laid paper.
Dated 25 July 1790.
N. 1057
Condition is good.

5. Le Maire de la Ville au Commissaires de Police & Lettre de S.M. L'Empereur des Francais : printed letter from Napoleon about the advent of the First Empire.
2 types letters with autographs. On one sheet, folded into two.
The first relates to a request to do mass, to Commissaires de police. Signed by Mr Sery.
Dated 25 Prairial an 12 (14 juin 1804)
Condition is fair. Several folds. Worn edges. A tear from bottom margin, at 6 o'clock.
The second is to Son Eminence le Cardinal Cambaceres, Archeveque de Rouen.
Dated 1er Pririal an 12 (21 mai 1804)

6. Boyer
Lettre copie de l'original du Tribunal Criminel
Official declaration to a tribunal.
Autograph letter on laid paper, with watermark.
Dated 3 Fructidor an 9 (20 August 1801).
Condition is good. Vertical folds. Yellowing paper.

Lot details
Number of Books
Author/ Illustrator
[Napoléon, Fouché, Public Officers]
Book Title
Six French handwritten or printed letters and a decree
Publication year oldest item
Publication year youngest item
1st Edition
Original language
Binding/ Material
Single page
Number of pages
24×19 cm
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