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THE VALUABLE COLLECTION OF 

MANUSCRIPTS, AUTOGRAPHS, BOOKS, PORTRAITS 

AND OTHER INTERESTING MATERIAL, 

MAINLY RELATING TO 

NAPOLEON BONAPARTE 

AND THE 

FRENCH REVOLUTION 




A T H E P R O P E R T Y C) F - A 

m WARREN C. CRANE, Esq. ^ 

A.>S\ A MERCHANT OF OLD NEW YORK fs/^h 



TO BE SOLD 

UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF THE 

AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH 
NEW YORK 





ON FREE PUBLIC VIEW 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
ENTRANCE AT 6 EAST 23d STREET 

BEGINNING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1918 

AND CONTINUING UNTIL THE DATE OF SALE 



THE VALUABLE 

NAPOLEONIC COLLECTION 



OF 



WARREN C. CRANE, Esq 



TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE 

BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER THE 13th, 1913 

AT 2.30 O'CLOCK, AND THEREAFTER AS HEREIN STATED 

AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 



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CATALOGUE 

OF THE VALUABLE COLLECTION OF 

MANUSCRIPTS, AUTOGRAPHS, BOOKS, PORTRAITS 
AND OTHER INTERESTING MATERIAL 

MAINLY RELATING TO 

NAPOLEON BONAPARTE 

AND THE 

FRENCH REVOLUTION 

THE PROPERTY OF 

WARREN C. CRANE, Esq. 

A MERCHANT OF OLD NEW YORK 

TO BE SOLD 

AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE 

BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 

ENTRANCE AT 6 EAST TWENTY-THIRD STREET 

ON THE DATES HEREIN STATED 

THE SALE WILL BE CONDUCTED BY 

MR. THOMAS E. KIRBY 

ASSISTED BY MR. OTTO BERNET OF 

THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION 
MANAGERS 

1913 



THE AMEEICAX ART ASSOCIATIOX inaugurates its new depart- 
ment — that exclusively for the public sale of Books, Prints, Manu- 
scripts, Autographs, etc. — with the sale of the Warren C. Crane 
collection, which is devoted almost entirely to material illustrative of 
tlie Life and Times of Napoleon the First, his Adherents and his Opponents. 
The collection is composed of Autographs, Manuscripts, Books, Broadsides, 
Medals, Portraits, and other interesting items. 

Like all true collectors Mr. Crane has been constantly culling, and in past 
years under the appellation of " A Merchant of Old New York " he has dis- 
posed of such items as he deemed unsuitable to include in the present unique 
and valuable collection. 

The catalogue itself at once asserts the importance of the numbers covered 
therein, and which have been brought together by Mr, Crane in the manner 
set forth in his interesting letter to the Association, which reads as follows: 

121 West 70th Street, New York City, July 1, 1913. 

American Art Association, Madison Square South, New York City: 

Dear Sirs — For nearly forty years I have been an enthusiastic collector 
of books, autographs, prints, broadsides, engravings, etc., relative to that mar- 
velous man " The Little Corporal," the great Napoleon, of whom Lord Holland 
said in open Parliament " That the very persons who detested this great man 
have acknowledged that for ten centuries there has not appeared upon earth a 
more extraordinary character." 

This hobby has given me a great deal of pleasure and much information. 
Having enjoyed the collection so well I have decided to pass it on to other col- 
lectors, and I consign it to you to sell at auction without any restrictions or 
reservations whatever. Your clients shall have every item at their own valua- 
tion. "\\Tiile the catalogue speak? for itself. I desire to state that many of the 
items came from the great Napoleonic Museum formed by Mr. John S'ainsbury 
of London, the contents of which were dispersed in that city many years ago. 
The late Mr. John Weller, who for about sixty years was one of the most re- 
liable autograph dealers in London, was a large purchaser at the sale, and I in 
turn bought many of them from him. 

The autographic material in the collection is, I think, one of the most im- 
portant of its kind that has been offered for sale at one time in many years. 
You wall find twenty-eight documents signed hy Napoleon, from 1793 to and 
including 1815, which series contains a large number of the different signa- 
tures of the Emperor as set forth in Mr. Sainsbury's work on the subject, also 
some signatures which are not included in the Sainsbury list, also a sheet 
containing five lines, in his autograph, although unsigned. The collection in- 
cludes all the important years of Napoleon's life as general and emperor, 
excepting two, including 1.S14 and 1815, dates which ]\rr. Sainsbury did not 
have, and which are by no means common. There are also some sheets of Las 



Cases MSS. Avrirtcn ;it St. Helena^ containing Napoleon's autograph correc- 
tions. There is a full set of autographs of the Marshals of Napoleon, prac- 
tically all entire autograph letters. 

Among the books are two volumes from Napoleon's library, a set of Ire- 
land's Life of Napoleon, first edition, 4 vols, in red calf, the Cruikshank col- 
ored plates backed with linen, and containing a fine autograph of Napoleon, two 
autographs of Cruikshank and a drawing Ijy him, and a large number of extra 
portraits. Also Bourrienne's JMemoirs of Napoleon, 1836, 4 vols, extended to 8, 
bound uniform with the Ireland, extra illustrated by the insertion of about nine 
hundred portraits and plates, a letter signed by Napoleon, etc. 

Tliere are about 2,000 different portraits of Napoleon, including those by 
Desnoyer, Dickinson, Hodgets, and many others, about 250 of which are in 
colors, some printed in colors. 

By far the larger portion of the collection relates to the French Eevolu- 
tion and Napoleon, but there will be found some other items which are scattered 
through the catalogue, mainly of an unusual or interesting character. 

The catalogue will show all buyers what may be gotten together relating to 
this great genius, if one is enthusiastic and patient. It is fair to say that in 
my opinion this collection could not again be gathered together, as it contains 
many items of which I have not seen others. 

Very respectfully yours, 

Warren C. Crane. 

Supplementing the remarks of Mr. Crane, brief comment on some of the 
more important lots may be made as follows : 

Manuscripts and Autographs. 

This section includes practically a complete set of autograph letters of 
Napoleon's ]\Iarshals, the exceptions being Lannes and Poniatowski, the former 
being represented by a signature to portion of a letter in another hand, and the 
latter by a fine D.S. in Eussian. An A.L.S. of Augereau's to Berthier is dated 
August, 1802 ; an L.S'. of Eugene de Beauharnais, the stepson and favorite of 
Napoleon, with 7 lines in his autograph is written from Milan, 180 T ; an 
A.D.S. 1 p. of Charles Bernadotte, written as Minister of War is dated 
July 12, 1790 ; there are 2 A.L.S., 4 L.S. and 4 D.S. of Louis Alexandre Ber- 
thier, written or signed from 1791 to 1814, showing his various signatures; a 
3 pp. A.L.S. of Henri Gratien Bertrand, the general who accompanied Napo- 
leon to St. Helena, is dated Feb. 3, 1812, and is to the Due de Feltre, written 
on paper watermarked " Louis Napoleon, King of Holland," The Bonaparte 
family — exclusive of Napoleon who is mentioned later — includes a L.S. and 
an A.N.S. of Caroline, the sister of Napoleon; 4 A.L.S. of Charles L. J. L, 
Bonaparte, Prince de Canino eldest son of Lucien Bonaparte; 3 A.L.S. and 

1 L.S. of Charlotte Bonaparte, daughter of Charles Lucien; 2 A.L.S. and 

2 D.S. of Jerome Bonaparte, King of Westphalia; 4 A.L.S. and 2 L.S. of his 
son Jerome; of Napoleon's brother Joseph there are 7 A.L.S., 1 L.S. and 5 
D.S., and at least one A.L.S. or L.S. of Letitia Bonaparte; Louis Bonaparte, 



brother of Napoleon; Lucieii Bonaparte; Marie Anue E. Bonaparte, sister oi 
Napoleon; Pauline Bonaparte, sister of Napoleon; and other nieniljcrs of tlie 
family, 

Jean Pierre Brissot de Warville, the celebrated Girondist leader, is repre- 
sented by a 2 pp. A.L. regarding his journey to New York, etc.; 2 L.S. and 
1 A.L.S. of Armand A. L. Caiilaincourt, aide-de-camp to Bonaparte, include 
one written to Joseph Fouche; an A.L.S. a L.S. and a D.S. of Adam Philippe 
Custine, who fought at Yorktown; 2 A.L.S. and 1 L.S'. of Charles F. J. 
Dugua, who accompanied Bonaparte to Egj^pt, one being from San Domingo 
with the signature of Berthier in addition to that of Dugua; a L.S. of 5 pp. 
of Pierre Dupont, who was defeated at Baylen and surrendered with about 
18,000 men, written shortly before the capitulation; an A.L.S. of 4 pp. of 
General Gobert, the aide-de-camp of Murat, to Bonaparte, with mention of 
Generals Junot, Kleber, Destaing and Regnier; 3 A.L.S. and 1 L.S. of 
Emmanuel Grouchy, all signed in different ways, one being written while in 
prison, probably at Jeuzeles; an A.L.S. and a L.S. of Lazare Hoche, one 
regarding the lack of efficiency among his officers ; an A.L.S. of Henri Jomini, 
the aide-de-camp of Ney, one with reference to the battle of Areola, and con- 
taining interesting details of the battle of Dresden; an A.L.S. and 2 L.S. of 
Josephine, the former signed " Lapagerie Bonaparte." 

There are 3 A.L.S. 5 L.S. and 1 A.D.S. of Jean Baptiste Jourdan, who 
served under Lafayette in the American Eevolution, one written shortly after 
he had been appointed to the command of the army of the Danube, and with 
mention of several other generals; 3 A.L.S. and 2 L.S. of Andoche Junot, 
Due d'Abrantes, one written a few weeks before his death; 5 A.L.S. and 2 L.S. 
of Frangois C. Kellerman, Due de Valmy, one of 3 pp. regarding costs, plans, 
etc. of his " Senatorial House"; 2 A.L.S. and 1 L.S. of Jean Baptiste Kleber, 
one to General Jourdan; 8 A.L.S. 1 L.S. 2 A.N.S. and 1 letter in another 
hand, with autograph annotation, of Marquis de Lafayette; a signature of 
Jean Lannes; an A.L.S. of Emmanuel A. D. M. J. Las Cases, the companion 
of Napoleon at St. Helena, and four pages of the Memoirs of Napoleon in 
the handwriting of Las Cases, with corrections in the autograph of Napoleon, 
also two pages of autograph notes on the English army in the autograph of 
Las Cases, with corrections in the autograph of Napoleon; 6 A.L.S. and 3 L.S. 
of Etienne Jacques J. Macdonald, Due de Ta rente, one written shortly after 
he had become general in chief at Naples; a D.S. a L.S. etc. of Marie Louise; 
2 A.L.S. and 1 L.S. of Jean Victor ]\Ioreau, one in English, written from 
^lorrisville, Penn., with mention of his wife; 2 A.L.S. and 1 L.S. of Joacliim 
Murat, one with mention of the First Consul. 

The collection contains what is thought to be the largest number of docu- 
ments signed by Napoleon ever offered for sale at one time in this country. 
They total 28 and were written as earlv as 1793 and as late as 1815. Signed in 



1793 " Buonparte," and the same year " Buonaparte "; in 1794 " Buonaparte " 
with 3 lines in his autograph; in 1798 " Buonaparte," while in Egypt; in 1799 
" Bonaparte," also in Egypt; in 1800 " Bonaparte " as First Consul, and coun- 
tersigned by Charles Maurice Talleyrand and Hugues B. Maret; also in 1800 
"Buonaparte" with 2 lines in his autograph, signed also by Alex. Berthier; 
in 1802 " Bonaparte," countersigned by Berthier and Maret ; in 1806 " NP " ; 
in 1807 " Nap " on the margin of a letter from the Prince Sulkowski to 
Napoleon; circa 1810 " NP " with an autograph line, this on a letter from his 
sister Elisa; etc. 

There is a L.S. and a 4 pp. manuscript of his son, the latter written at 
the age of sixteen; an A. L.S. 2 L.S. and 1 page of autograph manuscript of 
Napoleon III. ; a L.S. of Horatio Nelson, April 30, 1779 ; 3 A.L.S. 2 A.D.S. 
and 1 L.S. of Michel Ne}', Prince de la Moskowa; an A.L.S. of Jeanne An- 
toinette Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour, to Prince Charles de Eohan de 
Soubise, favourite Courtier of Louis XV.; a D.S. of Joseph Antony Ponia- 
towski, and one of the rarest of the autographs of the Marshals of Napoleon; 
an A.L.S. and a A.L. of Maximilien M. I. Eobespierre, both 2 pp. 4to, one stat- 
ing that he had just been made president of the Society of the Friends of the 
Constitution; 3 A.L.S. and 2 L.S. of Anne Jean M. R. Savar}^, aide-de-camp 
to Bonaparte, one a long and important letter about the campaign in Spain, 
written the same year that he received the title of Due de Eovigo; an A.L.S. 
of Madame de Stael, 2 pp. in which she makes reference to her father, Jacques 
Necker, her son and her daughter; 2 A.L.S. and 2 L.S. of Louis Gabriel 
Suchet, one a fine military letter to General Gadin, written shortly before he 
was appointed general of division under Massena; 1 A.L.S. and 4 L.S. of 
Charles Maurice Talleyrand, Prince de Benevent; an A.L.S. and a L.S. of 
Toussaint I'Ouverture, the celebrated negTO general, the L.S. written shortly 
after he was appointed general in chief of the army of St. Domingo, and 
many others. 

POKTEAITS. 

While the dominating feature in this section is the remarkable collection 
of different portraits of Napoleon, of which there are about 2000, there will 
be found a large number of mezzotints, stipples, etc., mainly of characters of 
whom there are also manuscripts or autographs. The Naipoleon portraits include 
specimens in mezzotint, stipple, lithograph, a painting by Horace Vernet, orig- 
inal drawings in pencil, sepia, etc., the work of French, German, Dutch, Ital- 
ian, English and other engravers or artists. They exhibit a remarkable 
number of conceptions of the features of Napoleon. He is portrayed full 
length, three-quarter length, half length, full bust, sculptured bust, etc., and 
with long hair, short hair, with and without cocked hat, on horseback, facing 
front, facing right and facing left, etc., and in sizes ranging from three feet 
high to three-quarters of an inch, the latter of which is said to be the smallest 



full length portrait of Napoleon ever engraved. Many and varied are the rep- 
resentations of the uniforms, costumes or apparel, from the time he was at 
school at Brienne to his lying in state at St. Helena. 

Books. 
Among the books will be found Ireland's Life of Napoleon, first edition, 
with the colored plates by Cruikshank, extra illustrated by the insertion of 
172 portraits, views, facsimiles, etc., and with a fine autograph signature of 
the Emperor, dated Fontainebleau, July 17, 1805; Bourrieune's Memoirs of 
Napoleon, first edition, four volumes extended to eight, by the insertion of 
900 portraits, views, etc., and a fine autograph signature of Napoleon, writ- 
ten when he was First Consul, probably some time in 1800 ; Bitaube's Joseph, 
2 vols. 1786, contemporary red morocco by Bradel, formerly in Napoleon's 
library, and with his library stamp on each title; Forsyth's History of the 
Captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena, 3 vols, first edition, original cloth; 
Savary's Memoirs of the Duke of Kovigo, 4 vols, original boards, uncut; Mon- 
tholon and Gourgaud's Memoirs of the History of France during the Eeign of 
Napoleon, 7 vols.; Haudricourt's Fastes de la National Frangaise, 3 vols., 
with nearly 200 engraved plates; Laskey's Description of the Medals struck 
by order of Napoleon, 1818, formerly owned by C. R. Taylor, containing 
almost 300 pencil-sketches; Ireland's France for the Last Seven Years, 1822, 
extra illustrated by the insertion of nearly 150 portraits and views ; and many 
others of interest and value, including a large number of extra-illustrated 

works. 

Broadsides. 

Among the Broadsides will be found a complete set of the Bulletins 

issued by Napoleon during the Invasion of Eussia, 1812-1813, 29 numbers, 

commencing with the " Premier Bulletin," dated Gumbinem, 20 Juin, 1812, 

in which is briefly sketched the movements of the French army, up to, and 

incorporating the famous " 29e Bulletin " dated Molodetsckno, 3d December 

1812, wherein Napoleon endeavors to prove that the elements were responsible 

for all his disasters in that campaign ; " Buonaparte-Phobia," or Cursing made 

Easy to the Meanest Capacity," London, circa, 1815, and which exhibits the 

hysterical condition of thought of the English people regarding Napoleon; 

29me Bulletin de la Grande Armee, Molodestno, Decembre 1812, printed at 

Paris, 1812 ; " Les Adieux de Buonaparte a sa Vielle Garde," Fontainebleau, 

1814; "Adresse des Habitans de la Ville de Grenoble," Paris, 1815; various 

bulletins etc. issued during the campaign in Egypt, and printed there, and 

manv others. 

THE AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, 

American Art Galleries, 

Madison Square South, 

New York. 



Conditions of Sale 

1. Any bid wiiich is merely a nominal or fractional advance may be rejected by the 
auctioneer, if in his judgment, such bid -would be likely to aft'eet the' sale injuriously. 

2. The highest bidder shall be the buyer, and if any dispute arise between two or 
more bidders, the auctioneer iihall either decide the same or put up for re-sale the lot so 
in dispute. 

3. Payment shall be made of all or such part of the purchase money as may be 
required, and the names and addresses of the purchasers shall be given immediately 
on the sale of every lot, in default of which the lot so purchased shall be immediately 
put up again and re-sold. 

Payment of that part of the purchase money not made at the time of sale, shall be 
made within ten days thereafter, in default of which the undersigned may either con- 
tinue to hold the lots at the risk of the purchaser and take such action as may be 
necessary for the enforcement of the sale, or may at public or private sale, and with- 
out other than this notice, re-sell the lots for the benefit of such purchaser, and the 
deficiency (if any) arising from such re-sale, shall be a charge against such purchaser. 

4. Delivery of any purchase will be made only upon i>ayment of the total amount 
due for all purchases at the sale. 

Delivery will not be made of any purchase during the session of the sale at which 
it was sold. 

Delivery will not be made of anv purchase at anv time other than between the 
hours of 9 A. INI. and 5 P. M. 

Delivery of any purchase will be made only at the American Art Galleries, or 
other place of sale, as the case may be, and only on presenting the bill of purchase. 

5. Shipping, boxing or wrapping of purchases is a business in which the Associa- 
tion is in no wise engaged, and will not be performed by the Association for purchasers. 
The Association, will, however, afford to purchasers every facility for employing at 
current and reasonable rates carriers and packers; doing so, however, without any 
assumption of responsibility on its part for the acts and charges of the parties 
engaged for such service. 

0. Storage of any purchase shall be at the sole risk of the purchaser. Title passes 
upon the fall of the auctioneer's hammer, and thereafter, wdiile the Association will 
exercise due caution in caring for and delivering such purchase, it will not hold itself 
responsible if such purchase be lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed. 

Storage charges will be made upon all purchases not removed within ten days from 
the date of the sale thereof. 

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nes,s of the description, genuineness or authenticity of any lot, and no sale will be 
set aside on account of any incorrectness, error of cataloguing, or any imperfection 
not noted. Every lot is on public exhibition one or more days prior to its sale, after 
which it is sold " as is " and without recourse. 

The Association exercises great care to correctly catalogue every lot. and will give 
consideration to the opinion of any trustworthy expert to the eft'ect that any lot has 
been incorrectly catalogued, and. in its judgment, may either sell the lot as catalogued 
or make mention of the opinion of such expert, who thereby would become responsible 
for such damage as might result were his opinion without proper foundation. 

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which cannot in any manner be modified. The Association, however, in the event of 
making a {)urcliase of a lot consisting of one or more books for a purchaser wdio has 
not. through himself or his agent, been present at the exhibition or sale, will permit 
such lot to be returned within ten days from the date of sale, and the purchase money 
will be returned, if the lot in any material manner differs from its catalogue descrip- 
tion. 

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jdainness as to leave no room for misunderstanding. Xot only should the lot number 
l>e given, but also the title, and bids should be stated to be so much for the lot. and 
when the lot consists of one or more volumes of books or objects of art, to also state 
the bid per volume or piece. Shipping directions should also be given. If the one trans- 
mitting the order is unknown to the Association, a deposit should be sent or reference 
submitted. 

Priced copies of the catalogue of any sale, or any session thereof, will be furnished 
by the Association at a reasonable charge. 

A^SIERTCAX ART ASSOCl.VTIOX, 

American Art Galleries, 

'Nfadison Square South, 

New York Citv. 



AT THE AMERICAN ART GALLERIES 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH :: NEW YORK 

ORDER OF SALE 

TiiUKSDAY Aftekxoox, NOVEMBER 13th, Beginnixg AT 2.30 o'clock 

Catalogue Xos. 1 to 300, Ixclusive 

Thursday Evexino, Novemhek 13tii, Begixxixg at 8.15 o'Clock 

Catalogue Nos. 301 to 574, Inclusive 

Friday Afterxoox. November 14th, Begixxixg at 2.30 o'Clock 

Catalogue Nos. 575 to 935, Inclusive 

Friday Evexixg, November 14tii, Begixxixg^ at 8.15 o'Clock 

Catalogue Nos. 926 to 1258, Inclusive 

Saturday Afterxoox, November 15tii, Beginning at 3.30 o'Clock 
Catalogue Nos. 1259 to 1598, Inclusive 

Monday Afternoon, November ITtit. Beginning at 3.30 o'Clock 
Catalogue Nos. 1599 to 1940, Inclusive 

^loNDAY Evening, November ITtii, Beginning at 8.15 o'Clock 
Catalogue Nos. 1941 to 2380, Inclusive 

Tuesday Afternoon, Novembeii 18tji, Beginning at 2.30 o'Clock 
Catalogue Nos. 2281 to 2622, Inclusive 

Tuesday Evexixg, November 18th. Begixxixg at 8.15 o'Clock 
Catalogue Nos. 2623 to 2961, Inclusive 

Wedxesday Afterxoox. November 19tii, Begixxixg at 2.30 o'Clock 
Catalogue Nos. 2963 to 3303, Inclusive 

Wedxesday Evening, November 19Tn, Beginning at 8.15 o'Clock 
Catalogue Nos. 3303 to 3643, Inclusive 

Thursday Afternoon, November 30th, Beginning at 3.30 o'Clock 
Catalogue Nos. 3644 to 3984, Inclusive 

Thursday Evening, November 20th, Beginning at 8.15 o'Clock 
Catalogue Nos. 3985 to 4325, Inclusive 

Friday Afternoon. Novembei; 21st, Beginning at 2.30 o'Clock 
Catalogue Nos. 4326 to 4646, Inclusive 

Fpjday Evexixg, November 21st, Begixxixg at 8.15 o'Clock 
Catalogue Nos. 4647 to 4995, Inclusive 



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The designations in the catalogue are to he interpreted as follows; 

A.L.S. Autograph letter, signed. 
A.N.S. Autograph note, signed. 
A.C.S. Autograph card, signed. 
A.D.S. Autograph document, signed. 
L.S. Letter, signed. 
N.S. Note, signed. 
• D.S. Document, signed. 

A.S. Autograph signature. 



All autographs are written in the language of the writer, unless otherwise 
stated. 

A large portion of the autographs are skillfully inlaid to royal 4to, it 
having heen the intention of the owner to use all so inlaid for an extra-illus- 
tratfed life of Napoleon. 

Many of the portraits and prints are also inlaid to royal 4to. 

It will he noticed that in most instances such words as " rare," " scarce," 
" fine," etc., have been, for obvious reasons, omitted. 



At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

First Session, Numbers 1 to 300, Inclusive 

THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 13th, AT 2.30 O'CLOCK 

For date of other sessions, see "ORDER OF SALE," page supra. 



FIEST SECTION, 



Books, Broadsides, Newspapers, Medals, Paper Money, Etc. 

1. Abbott (J. S. C). History of Napoleon Bonaparte. Illustrated. 2 vols. 

royal 8yo, 1 cloth, 1 half crown (worn). New York, 1855-67 

2. Adair (Sir Egbert). Historical Memoir of a Mission to the Court of 

Vienna in 1806. With a Selection from his Despatches. 8\o, 
stamped cloth. London, 1844 

3. Address of the Deputies. Extrait du Moniteur, du 3 Juin 1815. (Con- 

tains the address of the Deputies at the Champ-de-Mai, and Napo- 
leon's reply, wherein he dwells upon the necessity of the new consti- 
tution, etc. Woodcut of eagle. 4 pp. 4to, unbound. Paris, 1815 

4. Address to Napoleon. Extrait du Moniteur du Lundi 27 Mars, 1815. 

(xAddress from his ministers — Cambaceres, Bassano, Caulaincourt, 
Carnot and others — about six days after the Emperor's return from 
Elba). Cut of eagle. 4 pp. sm^all 4to, imbound. Laid in is por- 
trait of Napoleon, 8vo. Paris, 1815 

5. Address to the National Convention. Commune de Paris. Extrait des 

Eegistres du Conseil-General, du 27 Fevrier 1793. Projet d'Adresse 
a la Convention Nationale par la Section de Bonne-Nouvelle. Folio. 

Paris, 1793 

Draft of a petition from the people of the section of Bonne-Nouvelle to 
the members of the National Convention, praj-ing for the amelioration of 
the conditions of trade in their province, etc. 

6. Address to tlie People. Commune de Paris. Extrait des Eegistres du 

Conseil-General, du 26 Fevrier 1793. Proclamation. Folio. 

Paris, 1793 
Proclamation issued by the Commune about one month after the execu- 
tion of Louis XVL signed by Pache, mayor, and former Minister of War. 
addressed to the citizens of Paris. Mentions the hardships the people 
liiive suffered, the seizure and sale of goods of one of the citizens named 
Combe, etc. 



7. Affaire Labedoyeke. Deuxienie Coiiseil de Guerre. Detail de tout ce 

qui s'est passe au Jugeinent de Tex-colonel Labedoyere. 4 pp. small 
4to, unbound. Paris, 1815 

Concerns the trial and sentence to death of General Labedoyere, one of 
the first to welcome Napoleon after his return from Elba, and a peer of 
France and general of Division. He was shot by the Royalists, August 
29, 1815. 

8. Allies (the). Memoirs of the Operations of the Allied Armies under 

Prince Schwarzenberg and Marshal Bliicher, in 1813-4. Maps and 
tables, {linen-backed). 8yo. half cloth and boards (binding poor). 

London, 1823 

9. Almanac de Gotha pour I'Annee, 1803. Engraved title and frontispiece, 

portraits of King and Queen of Etruria, 2 hand-colored costume 
plates, 7 copperplate views by Boettger, etc., and the Republican 
Calendar for I'An Xl-XII [1803]. 24mo, original boards, gilt edges. 

Gotha; Chez C. G. Ettinger [1803] 

10. American Xewspapers. J. Eussell's Gazette. Commercial and Political. 

Jan. 14, March 7, March 14, 1799. Three pieces. Folio, as issued. 

Boston, 1799 
Contains references to General Tarleton, the American Navy, etc. 

n. American Ts^EWSPArERS. J. Eussell's Gazette. Commercial and Political. 
March 21, 25 and the supplement (first sheet only), April 22, all 
1799. Three pieces. Folio, as issued. Boston, 1799 

12. American Xeavspapers. J. Pussell's Gazette. Commercial and Political. 

Sept. 19, Oct. 24, 1799. Feb. 20 and March 10, 1800. Four pieces. 
Folio, as issued. Boston, 1799-1800 

Contains Talleyrand's Defense, etc. 

13. American Newspapers. jSTew Jersey Journal. Oct. 18, 1825. Xew 

York Morning Post, Nov. 7, 1783. New England Weekly Journal, 
Apr. 8, 1728. 3 pieces. Folio, as issued. (Last two are fac-similes.) 

v.p.v.d. 

14. Andre (Major John). Andreana, containing the Trial, Execution and 

Various Matters connected with the History of Major Andre. 8vo. 
loose sheets. Philadelphia, 18G5 

One of KX) cojues in 8vo. with list of subscribers to the folio and 4to 
sizes. 

15. Ah.my Billetin. Xouvelles OlTicielles de I'Armee. (News concerning 

Generals Czernicheff, Beuckendortf, etc.), 2 pp. small 4to, unbound. 

[Paris, 1813] 

K). Arnault, Panckoiicke. and Secur. Memoirs of the Pul)]ic and Private 
Life of Napoleon Boiuiparte ; with Copious Historical Illustrations 
and Original Anecdotes. Preceded by a Sketch of the French Revo- 
lution. Translated from tbe French by W. Hamilton Reid. Por- 
traits, plan and vieivs, tvith an extra portrait of Napoleon, inserted. 
Thick 8vo. scored calf, neatly rebackcd. London, 1826 

From the lilii-;iry of .Inbn I'.ridge. with liis name km title, and armorial 
bookplate. 



17. Arnott (Akciiihaj-d). An Account of the Last Illness, Decease, and 

Post Mortem Appearances of Napoleon Bonaparte. To which is 
added a letter from Dr. Arnott to Sir Hudson Lowe. I'inio, half 
calf. (Title and final leaf remounted; slight repairs on inner margins 
of all the other leaves). London. 182'2 

18. Arrival of Eoyalty. Extrait du Moniteur du 13 Juillet 181."). (An- 

nounces the arrival in Paris of the Emperors of Russia and Austria, 
and the King of Prussia, address of the Royal Guard of Senlis, proc- 
lamation of Marie-Therese, etc.) Cut of the Bourbon arms. 4 pp. 
small 4to, unbound. Paris, 1815 

19. AsHTON (JoHx). English Caricature and Satire on Xapoleon I. llo 

illustrations by the author. First Editiox. 3 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt, 
top edges uncut. London, 1884 

20. AuGEREAU (Phillip F. C). Revolutions Almanach von 1799. V^'ith por- 

traits, including Augercau, Pichegru and others, also views. 13mo, 
original boards, uncut. Gottingen 1 1799] 

21. Authorization of Payments. Decret de la Convention ISTationale, du 

19 Septembre 1793, Qui autorise le paiement des Primes & Grati- 
fications accordees au commerce, a I'exception de celles pour la traite 
des Xegres. Woodcut coat-of-arms with motto " Yive la Mon- 
tague." Folio. Paris (and Rennes), 179.3 
These payments of bounties, etc., excluded those of the sLive trade. 
Document is issued over tlie signature of the implacable Jacobin. Billaud- 
Yarennes and countersigned by others. Coat-of-arms is that of the Demo- 
cratic party of the Assembly. 

'I'l. Autograph Catalogues. A Volume containing about 40 Catalogues of 
Autograph Ijetters, Documents, Signatures, etc., of Celebrated Per- 
sons, offered for sale by Dealers, and Auctioneers, including Cata- 
logues of Waller, of London, Charnay. of Paris and others. With 
prices affixed. 8vo, half red straight-grain morocco. 

London, Paris, etc. [1883-1886] 
A valuable volume for the Collector, or as a general reference work. 
Several A. L. S. fi-om dealers bound in. 

33. Auxiliary Troops. ^lunicipalite de Paris. Par le Maire et les Ofticiers 

Municipaux. Extrait du Registre des Deliberations du Corps Muni- 
cipal, du Lundi 4 Juillet 1791. Arrete concernant les Troupes Aux- 
iliaires. Woodcut of municipal arms. Folio. Paris, 1791 

A resolution concerning the formation of auxiliary troops according to 
certain laws already passed, and the methods adopted for their executiou. 
Bailly, mayor. 

34. Bade (Ca]{l). Xapoleon im Jahre 1813. 4 vols, in 3. 13mo, old boards. 

Altono, 1839 

35. Baix" (jSTicolsox). A Detailed Account of the Battles of Quatre Bras, 

Ligny and Waterloo ; Preceded by a Relation of Events attending the 
Temporary Revolution of 1815, in France. Portraits of Wellington 
and Napoleon, inserted. 12mo, half red morocco, symbolical gilt l)ack, 
gilt top (some leaves stained). Edinburgh. ISIG 



26. Baines (Edward). History of the Wars of the French Eevolutioii, from 

1793 to 1915 . . . comprehending tlie Civil History of Great Britain 
and France during that jDcriod. Over 30 maps and plates. 2 vols. 4to, 
old sprinkled calf (binding poor). London, 181? 

27. Barxave (AxTOiXE P. Y. M. — Eevolutionist) . Baldwin's London Weekly 

Journal. Dec. 14, 1?93. Folio, as issued. With portrait of Barnave. 

London, 1793 
Contains account of the execution of Barnave. 

28. Barnes (Capt. John). A Tour through the Island of St. Helena; with 

Xotices of its Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, etc., etc., collected dur- 
ing a Eesidence of Twelve Years ; with some particulars of Napoleon 
Buonaparte. Bare colored aquatint portrait of Napoleon hy Peake 
from life. 12mo, red straight-grain morocco, blind and gilt tooling 
on back and sides, gilt edges. London, 1817 

The portrait of Napoleon, in colors, is said to be an accurate resemblance 
of him at the time. 

29. Barre (W.). History of the French Consulate under Napoleon Buona- 

parte . . . including a Sketch of his Life. 2 portraits of Napoleon; 1 
etched hy Chapman, laid in. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt top. 

London, 1804 

30. Bastille. Memoirs of the Bastille. Translated from the French of M. 

Linguet, who was imprisoned there from Sept., 1780, to May, 1782. 
16mo, sprinkled calf. Dublin, 1783 

31. Bastille. The London Chronicle. Jan. S. Mar. 5-8. April 26-28. June 

4. Aug. 15, 1791. 7 pieces, small folio, as issued. Some with stamps. 

London, 1791 
Contains articles on the Bastille, Louis XVI., etc. 

32. Beard (John E.). The Life of Toussaint L'Ouverture, the Negro Patriot 

of Hayti. Illustrations. 12mo, original cloth (portion of back dam- 
aged). London, 1853 

33. Beauchamp (M. De). An Authentic Narrative of the Livasion of 

France, in 1814. 2 vols. 8vo, half blue calf, gilt. London, 1815 

34. BiLLECOQ (J.B.L.J.). De Nos Guerricrs et de la Paix Extrait de la 

Gazette de France du 6 Mai 1814. 4 pp. small 4to, unbound. 

Paris, 1814 

35. Biography of the Principal Sovereigns of Europe who have reigned since 

the French Eevolution. Portraits. 12mo, half rod morocco, gilt, 
gilt to]). 

KxTUA-iM.rsTKATKi) l)y the insertion of nearly 100 iK)rtraits. views, maps, 
etc., .some inlaid. 

36. BiRox (A. L. De,-Duc De Lauzox). Mcmoires. In French. 12mo, 

half calf, gilt. Paris, 1822 

The author fouRht In America in 17S0, and was executed by the Com- 
mittee of Safety In 1793. 



37. BiTAUBE (Paul Jeeemie). Joseph. Cinquienie Edition. 2 portraits, 

one after Cochin (unsigned), and 9 plates engraved bij Nee after 
* MariUier. 2 vol^., Ifimo, contemporary French red straight-grain 

morocco, gilt and mosaic backs, sides tooled in design of straight and 
curved rules, inside gilt borders, silk doublures and end-papers, gilt 
edges, by Bradel (successor to Derome) . Paris ; Didot I'aine, 1786 

A FINE MEMENTO OF XaPOLEON'S LIBRARY, CONTAINING HIS LIBRARY STAMP 

ON EACH TITLE. With brilliant impressions of Marillier's plates ; and the 
book-plate of Emmanuel Martin, in 1 volume. 

38. Bladwijzer der Yoornaamste Zaken, benevens een Naam-Register der 

Landen en Steden ... in het werk Tafereelen van de Staats- 
Omwentelins in Frankriik, etc. 8vo, old boards, uncut. 

Amsterdam, 1809 

39. Blank Book of "^00 pp.. folio, full calf, gilt lettered back, sides tooled in 

gilt liorders, with a semis of Xapoleonic bees, crowned eagles in centre, 
gilt edges, with clasp. 

FronTthe celebrated Sainsbnry rollection and Museum. Used, as stated 
in lettering on back, for " State Papers. Autographs and Portraits [of] 
Eminent Persons in Foreign History. 1000 to 1847." 

40. Bonaparte and N"ey. Xapoleon Bonaparte, sa Vie Civile et Militaire. 

Par Charles D***Paris, 1815 ; Tie et Proce& du Marechal :N'ey. Par 
J. B. E. Charlemont. Portraits. 3 works in 1 vol. 24mo, tree calf. 

Paris, 1815, etc. 

41. BoNAPARTES (the). Ought France to Worship the Bonapartes? By 

Ahriman I. 90 pp., 12mo, unbound. London, 1863 

The unknown author of this pamphlet minces no words in his sum- 
ming up of the character of Napoleon, and answers his own question 
in a very positive negative, as it were. 

42. Bonaparte Family. The JsTapoleon Dynasty; or, the History of the 

Bonaparte Family. By the Berkeley Men. 22 authentic portraits, 
and plate of the death 'of Hortense, laid in. 8vo, cloth. 

New York, 1856 

43. Bonaparte, First Consul. Ministere de la Police Generale. Rapport 

aux Consuls de la Eepublique, sur les auteurs de I'attentat du 3 
Nivose. (Gives details of an attempted outrage in Paris, and warns 
all the Consuls to apprehend the criminals, descriptions of which are 
noted. Signed by Fouche, minister of Police. Authorized by Bona- 
parte as First Consul). 12mo, unbound and uncut. Paris, [1800] 

44. Bonaparte, First Consul. Life of Bonaparte, from his Birth to the 

Peace of Luneville . . . with Anecdotes of his Different Cam- 
paigns. Oval portrait. 8vo, half calf. London, 1802 
An interesting work translated from the French, containing an ac- 
count of the remarkable actions of Bonaparte, his speeches, traits of 
character, etc. 

45. Bonaparte in Italy. Campaign of General Bonaparte in Italy, 1796-7. 

By a General Officer. Translated from the French by T. E. Ritchie. 
Portrait and folding map. 12mo, boards, crudely backed with 
leather, uncut (portions of map torn at folds, somewhat shaken). 

Edinburgh, 1800 



4G. BoxAPAUTE (Joseph Xapoleox). Biographical Skett-li of J. X. Bona- 
parte, Comte de Survilliers. By A Young Patriot. 8vo, boards (part 
of back split and name on half title). _ London, 1833 

47. BoxapaPlTE (Louis). Ecply to Sir Walter Scott's History of Xapoleon. 

Translation from the French. 8vo, original wrappers, some edges 
uncut. London, 1829 

From the Napoleon Collection of W. Noel Sainsbury, with his autograoh 
signature on title-page. 

48. Boxapakte (Louis). A IJeply to Sir Walter Scott's History of Xa- 

poleon. Translation from the French. 12mo, maroon cloth. 

London, 182'J 

49. [Boxapakte (Mada^ie)]. Revolutions Almanach von 1802. With 

numerous portraits, including Madame Bonaparte, Kleher, Sydney 
Smith, Bonaparte (as first consul, on cover), etc., also views. 12mo, 
original boards, uncut. Gottingen, [1802] 

50. Book of Fate (the), found in the Cabinet of Xapoleon Buonaparte. 

Portrait of Sapoleon on horsehacl.-, in colors. 12mo, wrappers. 

London. Printed for the Booksellers, n.d. 

51. Book of Fate (the). Xapoleon's Book of Fate [From A to Q, only]. 

Curious cut of Sapoleon on cover and title. [In English] : Also, 
Waterloo, and other Verses. [In French]. Cut of Napoleon. (Text 
of second leaf cut into). IGmo, wrappers, and unl)oiind. 

[Birmingham and Paris, n.d.] 

52. [Booth (Johx)]. The Battle of Waterloo, containing the Series of 

Accounts, British and Foreign, with Circumstantial Details. With 
List of Killed and AA'ounded. By a Xear Observer. Folding pano- 
ramic slcetch of Waterloo, portraits and maps. 8vo, half calf (sides 
loose). London, 1815 

53. [Booth (Jonx)]. The Battle of Waterloo, containing the Accounts pub- 

lished by Authority, British and Foreign, with circumstantial de- 
tails relative to the Battle. By a Xear Observer. Large colored pano- 
ramic sl-etck of the battle-ground, and a smaller view. 8vo, boards, 
uncut. London, 1815 

The Third Edition, enlarged, with the alphabetical list of the killed 
and wounded. Booth became well known subsequently as the pub- 
lisher of the Military Library. 

54. [Booth (Johx)]. Battle of Waterloo, also of Ligny, and Quatre-Bras. 

By a Xear Observer. 2 vols, in 1. SJ/. plates by George Jones on 
India paper, large colored folding panoramic view of the Battle 
of Waterloo, 7 maps and plans (portions of several torn), and a bust- 
portrait of Wellington, by Hopper, on India paper, laid in. 4to, 
paper-covered boards (several plates stained, and sonu' portions of 
margins repaired). London, 1817 

oo. BosTox Gazp:tte (the). Country Journal, March 12th. 1^70. Folio, 
as issued. 4 pp. Fac-simile. Boston, 1770. Contains an account of 
the Boston Massacre. 



56. BouRBOX Pamphlet. Des Kovolutions depuis 1 l<S9 ; ct do cello (|ui nous 

rend Xotre tSonverain Legitime. Par lo Conite de Br * '^ * . 
Officier de la Garde Nationale. (Contrasts the rule, etc., of Bona- 
parte with that of the legitimate rulers, mentions Xapoleon's Egyp- 
tian campaign, etc.). 4 pp., 4to, unbound (4 lines in unknown auto- 
graph at end of last page). [Paris, n.d.] 

57. BouRRiEXXE (Fauvelet De). .Memoirs of Xapoleon Bonaparte. To 

which are now First Added, an Account of the Important Events of 
the Hundred Da3^s, of Napoleon's Surrender to the English, and of 
his Besidence and Death at St. Helena, with Anecdotes and Illustra- 
tive Xotes from all the ]\Iost Authentic Sources. Illustrations. 4 vols, 
extended to 8 vols., 8vo, full polished crimson calf, symbolical gilt backs 
with the eagle, bees and crowned "' N," sides with triple gilt-lined 
borders, bees in corners and crowned " X " with wreath underneath, 
in centres, inside gilt borders, gilt tops, bound especially for owner, 
by Zaehxsdoef. London; Eichard Bentley, 1836 

First issue of Benti.kv's First Edition. Iu addition to tlie 2S plates 
publislu'd witli tlie work, tliere are inserted 1)00 kxtra illustrations, in- 
cluding numerous colorei) portraits and views, together with a large 
nunihtT uncolored. on India paper and inlaid, many unusual and scarce, 
by prominent artists after well-known originals. 

Among the above is a varied assortment of portraits of Napoleon, his 
Marshals, Generals, Ministers, etc. ; members of his immediate family, 
namely, Josephine and Marie-Louise, his wives ; his father, brothers, etc. ; 
the coutemporarj- sovereigns of Europe, with men of prominence both 
there and in America, such as, George III., of England; Alexander I., of 
Russia; William Pitt. Earl Grey, Lords Bentinck and Castelreagh ; 
(ieorge Washington, Fulton, Aaron Burr, of America ; Kosciusko, of 
Poland, and others. 

There are several scarce views of Battle-Scenes, etc., including the 
line engravings of Quatre Bras and Ligny ; also the plate of Napoleon's 
Entry into Paris in 1814, in which he is shown riding in a carriage; a 
facsimile of his abdication the same year ; a beautifully colored plate 
of the Gonseil des Ancieus, by Labrousse after St. Sauveur : a colored 
portrait of Napoleon in Death taken at St. Helena, etc. 

The interest and value of the above are augmented by the addition 
of a tine autograph signature, " Bonaparte " to a portion of a letter in 
another hand, signed when he was First Consul, probably some time in 
1S(M) ; also are inserted an A.L.S., 2 pp. 8vo, from IJentley, the publisher; 
and the signature (to a part of letter) of " Boiirrienne," the author of 
these Memoirs, and Napoleon's private secretary. 

58. BouBRiExxE (Fauvelet De). Memoirs of Xapoleon Bonaparte. Trans- 

lated from the French by John S. Memos. Engraved titles tvitli vign- 
ettes. 3 vols. 16mo, cloth, leather labels. Edinburgh, 1830 
Fine Copy of Constable's compact edition. 

59. BouRRiKxxE (Fai'VELet De). Another copy of the same. (Engravecl 

titles stained and binding somewhat shaken). 

60. BouRRiEXXE (Fauvelet De). Life of Napoleon Bonaparte. With Notes, 

now First Added, from Xapoleon at St. Helena, from the Memoirs 
of the Duke of Eovigo, and other Authentic Sources. Portraits, views, 
facsimiles, etc. With Index. 3 vols. 12mo, half red morocco, gilt, 
gilt tops (writing on top-margins of 2 titles). London, 1831 

Fine, Clean Copy. 



61. BouRRiENXE (Fauvelet De). Life of Napoleon Bonaparte. With Notes, 

now First Added, from Napoleon at St. Helena, from the Memoirs of 
the Duke of Rovigo, and other Authentic Sources.- (The National 
Libraj-y, Nos. 7, 8 and 9). Portraits, views, facsimiles, etc., several 
stained. With Index. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth (binding poor; good copy 
for rebinding). London, 1831 

62. BouKEiENNE (Fauvelet De). Life of Napoleon, Vol. Ill, 12mo, 

cloth, London, 1831; Memoirs of Lucien Bonaparte, by himself, part 
the first, 12mo, cloth, New York, 1836; La Colonna del Grande 
Esercito d'Austerlitz . . . per A. Tardieu. Kvmerous fine plates 
(some missing), ito, unbound, Firenze, 1810. Together, 3 vols. 

63. Bowdler (Thomas). A Short View of the Life and Character of Lieut.- 

General Villettes ; [and] A Postscript to the Letters written in 
France in 1814. Portrait engraved by Heath. 2 works in 1 vol. 8vo, 
boards, calf back, uncut (back worn). Bath, 1815 

64. Boys (Captain Edward). Narrative of a Captivity and Adventures in 

France and Flanders, between the years 1803 and 1809. Litho- 
graphed plan (colored) and plates (uncolored) . 12mo, boards, some 
edges uncut (part of back missing). London, 1827 

65. Briffault (F.T.). The Prisoner of Ham: Authentic Details of the Cap- 

tivity and Escape of Prince Napoleon Louis. Portrait, plan and fac- 
simile. 12mo, cloth, crudely rebacked, uncut, London, 1846 

66. Brittox (J. — Editor). Narrative of Memorable Events in Paris, preced- 

ing the Capitulation, and during the occupancy of that City by the 
Allied Armies in 1814. Being Extracts from the Journal of a 
Detenu, 8vo, boards, cloth back (1 side and back loose). 

London; Printed for the Editor, 1828 

67. Brissot De Waryille (Jean P. — Girondist). The Leeds Mercury, Nov. 

16, 1793. Folio, 9,s issued. With portrait. Leeds, 1793 

Contains account of the execution of Brissot and others. 

68. Broadside. Extrait des Eegistres du Conseil d'Etat. 2 pp., 4to. 

(Printed). Paris, July 5, 1642. With autograph signature of 
[Conrarb]. 

69. Broadside. Instructions issued by the Police Department of Paris for the 

maintenance of order upon the occasion of the Presentation of the 
Confederates of the faubourgs St. Antoine and St. Marceau. Paris, 
May 12, 1815. 4 pp. royal 8vo. 

70. Broadway Belle (the) and Mirror of the Times. Vol. 1. Nos. 1 and 

4, January 1 and 22, 1855. 2 pieces. 4to, as issued. 

New York, 1855 
Contains a portrait of George Tliompson, the editor of this extraor- 
dinary publication. 

71. Broadway Belle (the) and Mirror of the Times. Vol. 1, Nos. 8, 9, 10, 

11, 12. Fcl). 19 to Oct. 1, 1855. 5 Nos. Folio, as issued. 

, New York, 1855 



72. Broadway Belle (the) and New York Shanghai. Vol. 1, Xos. 8 and 9. 

Sept. 3 and 10, 1855. 2 Nos. Folio, as issued. New York, 1855 

73. Broadway Belle (the) and Mirror of the Times. Vol. 1, Nos. 13, 14, 

15, 16 and 17. Oct. 8 to Nov. 5, 1855. 5 Nos. Folio, as issued. 

New York, 1855 

74. Brooke (T.H.). History of the Island of St. Helena, from its Discovery 

by the Portuguese to 1823. Illustrations. 8vo, polished calf, gilt. 

London, 1824 

75. Browning (Oscar — Editor). England and Napoleon in 1803. Being the 

Despatches of Lord AVhitworth and others, now First Printed from 
the Originals in the Eecord Office. 8vo, cloth. London, 1887 

76. Buffalo Eegulator. Vol. 1, No. 1. June, 1857. 4to., as issued. 

Buffalo, 1857 

77. Buonaparte Satire, in Two Books. His Coronation, A Vision. 22 pp., 

temporary wrappers. (The '' Satire" only.) Edinburgh, 1804 

Author's presentation copy, with autograph inscription on half-title. 

78. Buonaparte at Roghefort. Rapport Officiel de tout ce qui s'est passe 

a I'embarquement de Buonparte a Rochefort; Liste officielle des per- 
sonnes qui se sont embarquees avec lui, etc., 4 pp. 4to, unbound. 

Paris, 1815 
In addition to the news relative to Napoleon's embarkation upon the 
Bellerophon, the list of persons who accompanied him, &c.. the report men- 
tions his letter to the Prince-Regent of England, news of Orleans, Lyon, 
etc. 

79. Buonaparte-Phobia, or Cursing made Easy to the Meanest Capacity. — 

Dialogue between the Editor of " The Times," Doctor Slop, My 
Uncle Toby, and My Father, Embracing The Times Vocabulary of 
easy Epithets and choice Curses against Buonaparte — from his leav- 
ing Elba, etc. By the Editor of "The Times." Fifth Edition. 
With engraved portrait of Xapoleon from the original picture hij 
David. Folio. Lond. circa, 1815 

An English broadside amusingly exhibiting the hysterical condition of 
thought of the English people regarding Napoleon, who is represented as 
an " execrable villain — a beaten, disgraced and perjured Corsican — a 
remorseless rutSan — a wretch stained with every crime — the bloodiest 
and most perfidious tyrant that ever disgraced history," etc., etc. 

80. Buonaparte's Farewell. Les Adieux de Buonaparte a sa Vieille Garde. 

Woodcut headpiece, 2 pp. small 4to, as issued. ( Fontainebleau, 1814.) 
One of the original printed copies of the Address as delivered at 
Fontainebleau. Laid in is an engraved plate, oblong 12mo, of the scene 
of " Les Adieux." 

81. BuRCKHARDT (Wilhelm). Gebhard L. v. Bliicher . . . nach Leben 

Reden, und Thaten geschildert. Portraits, one clasping hand of 
Wellington. 8vo, limp wrappers. Stuttgart, 1835 

82. BuRDON (W.). Life and Character of Bonaparte, from his birth to the 

15th of August, 1804. Bust-portrait hg Mackenzie. 8vo, half- 
sprinkled calf, gilt (recent). Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1805 



83. BuRGHEESH (Lord). Memoir of the Operations of the Allied Annies, 

under Prince Schwarzenberg and ]\larslial Bliicher. durin<;- 3 813-14. 

Maps and pkites, several inserted. 8vo, half red morocco, symbolical 

gilt back, gilt top. London, 1822 

84. Burke (Edmund), lieflections on the llevolutioii in France, and on the 

Proceedings in Certain Societies in London rehitive to that Event. 
8yo, half calf, gilt. (Name on title.) London, 1791 

85. BuKKE (William). History of the Campaign of 1805. in Germany, Italy, 

the Tyrol, etc. 8vo, half calf, gilt. London, 1806 

86. BussEY (George Moir). History of Napoleon. Illustrated hij Horace 

Vernet. First Edition. 2 vols. 645 leaves, royal 8vo, each leaf in- 
laid to royal 4to, loose. (2 packages.) London, 1840 
It was the intention of the owner of these volumes to malce an extra- 
illustrated work of them, adding about 2,r)00 Napoleonic manuscripts, 
letters, documents, facsimiles, etc.. all inlaid to same size, and thus form- 
ing a superb and unique collection. With this idea in view, these 645 
leaves were inlaid at an expense of 20 cents per leaf, or a total of ^129.00. 
It has been decided, however, to dispose of the letters, documents, etc.. 
separately ; hence, the inlaid sheets alone of the work are now offered for 
sale by auction. 

87. BussEY (George Moir). History of Napoleon. Frontispiece {foxed), 

and numerous text illustrations, by Horace Vernet. First Edition. 
2 vols, royal 8vo, contemporary red calf, gilt and blind tooled, gilt 
backs. " London, 1840 

88. California. Alta California. For the Steamer Panama. January 31, 

1850. 4 pp. folio. San Francisco, 1850 

Contains articles on the I'nited States and Mexican Boundary, the 
drama in San Francisco, etc. 

89. Campaign of 1814. Campagne de Paris en 1814 (Giraud), Paris, 1814; 

La Eegence a Blois, on les Derniers Moments du Gouvernement Im- 
perial, Paris, 1814; Resources of Eussia in the Event of a War with 
France (Eustaphieve), London, 1812; Narrative of the most remark- 
able events which occurred in and near Leipzig. 1813 (Shoberl), 
London, 1814. Maps and plans. 4 pamphlets in 1 vol.. 8vo, half 
calf (writing on three titles). 

90. Cassandra oder einige Betrachtungen liber die Franzosische Eevolution 

und die gegenwartige Lage von Europa, 1799. With satirical frontis- 
piece, the " Begne de Bohespierre," etc. 12ino, old wrappers. 

Cairo (Egypt) [n.d. circa 1799] 

91. Cathcart (George). Commentaries on the War in Eussia and Germany 

in 1812 and 1813. Plans and diagmms. 8vo, cloth, top edges uncut. 

London, 1850 

92. Caulaincourt Eeport. Extrait du Moniteur du 14 Avril 1815. (A 

lengthy report to Napoleon from Caulaincourt, Duke of Vicenza, 
incorporating therein the latest news from Austria. Naples, Spain, 
etc.; also, a telegraph dispatch from Lyons, April 13, 1815, telling 
of the hoisting of the Tri-color in Avignon and Toulon). 4 pp., 4to, 
unbound. I^aid in is ])ortrait of Napoleon. Paris, 1815 



93. Cevallos (Dox Pedro). An Exposure of the Arts and Machinations 

which led to the Tsurpation of the Crown of Spain, and of the means 
pursued by Bonai)arte. etc. Transhited from tlie Spanish. Editcfl 
by J. J. Stocktlak\ l:<Jm(>, unbound. London, 1S08 

94. Chamber of Peers. Two Lists of names of the Peers: (1), Extract from 

the Moniteur, June 6, 1815, signed by Napoleon, countersigned by 
Cambaceres; (2), Another List, containing fewer names, unsigned, 
2 pieces, each 2 pp. unbound. Paris, 1815 

The lai-ger and, probably. OfRcial List, iiiclndes most of tlie names 
on the smaller list. 

95. Champ-de-Mai. Extrait dii ]\Ioniteur du Lundi premier Mai 1815. 

Decrets Imperiaux, Paris, 30 Avril 1815. (Contains a prelimi- 
nary notice of the Champ-de-Mai.) 4 pp., small 4to; Programme 
de la Ceremonie du Champ-de-Mai (with 8vo, view of Buonaparte 
addressing the populace, laid in), 4 pp., 4to; Extrait du Moniteur du 
2 Juin 1815, 2 copies (with slight variation; contains address of the 
Deputies, Xapoloon's replv, etc.), 4 pp. 4to. All unbound. Together, 
4 pieces. Paris, etc., 1815 

This famous convocation had two objects — to make alterations in the 
constitution, and to assist at the coronation of the Empress and of the 
King of Kome. The elaborate programme was arranged by the Comte 
de Segur, and was witnessed by 20,000 people. The address of the 
Deputies was voiced by " le prince arehichancelier " and is reported 
verbatim in copies of the '* Moniteur " liere catalogued, together with 
Napoleon's conciliatory answer wherein lie sets forth his reasons for 
the new constitution, etc. 

9G. Ciiaxxixct (William E.), Thoughts on Power and Greatness 

in continuation of an analysis of the character of Napoleon Bona- 
parte. 8vo, wrappers. Boston, JJ. S., printed; London, reprinted. 
1828. 

9T. CiiAxxixCi (William E.). Works of Channing, Including his Analysis 

of the Character of Napoleon Bonaparte , . . and Two Pieces 

never heretofore published in this Country. 6 portraits, 8vo. half red 

morocco, gilt, gilt top. London, 1829 

The portraits are inserted and include Napoleon, Scott, etc. 

98. Characters. Moral and Political, of the Principal Personages throughout 

the French Eevolution, etc., with their Portraits. To which is added 
the Catiff of Corsica, an Historical Drama. 62 hust-portraits (on 
4 pp.). 8vo, half calf (a few stains). London, 1808 

99. Charles X. Discourse prononce par sa Majeste a I'ouverture de la Seance 

Eoyal, le niercredi 22 Decembre 1824. (Speech of the King who 
succeeded Louis XYIII, made one week after the hitter's death). 
4 pp. 4to, unbound. Paris, 1824 

100. Charles X. Amnistie accordee aux condamnes dont les noms suivent. 

Ordonnance du Eoi. (Grants amnesty to certain convicts, giving a 
list of their names, etc.) 2 copies (by different printers), each 4 pp. 
18mo, unbound. Eeims, 1825 



101. Charles X. Seance Eoyale du 23 Juillet 1831. Discours du Roi. 
(Address to the Peers and Deputies on various matters, including 
the Charter, friendship between France and the United States, the 
treaties with the Republics of Mexico and Hayti, the separation of 
Belgium and Holland, etc.) 4 pp. 4to, unbound. [Paris, 1831] 

103. Charles X. Another Copy of the same by a different printer; 4to. 

103. Chateaubriand (F. A. De). Of Buonaparte and the Bourbons, and of 

the necessity of rallying round our Legitimate Princes for the Hap- 
piness of France and that of Europe. 8vo, half leather (1 side 
loose). London, 1814 

Bound up with the above are several other articles, including " Letters 
of Calvus;" "Napoleon's conduct towards Russia since the I'eace of 
Tilsit ;" etc. 

104. [Chateauvieux (J. F, L. De)]. Manuscrit venu de Sainte-Helene, 

d'une Maniere Inconnue. [With leaf of advertisement in English.] 
Svo, boards, leather back, uncut (a leaf of half-title inserted, and 
final leaf re-edged). London [Bruxelles Printed], 1817 

A forsed autobiography of Napoleon, printed in French, the same year 
as the First English Edition. 

105. Chicago Newspapers. The Chicago Post. Extra. Monday Eaening 

(sic), October 9, 18T1. Folio, as issued. 
A rare extra giving an account of the great tire of Chicago. 

106. Civil Wae. Xew York Daily Transcript, January 16, 1865. The extra 

issue of 38 pages containing the list of drafted men, with their 
addresses and occupations, from the eighteenth ward, eighth congres- 
sional district. An uncommon Civil War item (slightly torn on 
front page). ' Xew York, 1865 

107. Civil War. X"ew York Daily Transcript. Extra. January 20, 1865. 

30 pp. Folio, as issued. Xew York, 1865 

The extra issue containing a complete account of the persons enrolled 
as liable for draft from the Twelfth Ward, Ninth Congressional District, 
their ages, occupations, etc. 

108. Civil War. The Conquered Banner. Poem by Moina. Music by 

La Hache. 4to. Illustrated wrappers. Xew Orleans, 1866 

109. Clarke (General H. J. C — Prominent officer under Xapoleon, Gov- 

ernor of Berlin, Member of Legion of Honor under Louis XVIII, 
etc.). Xote concernant Le General Clarke, Due de Feltre, Ex-Minis- 
tre de la Guerre. (A defense of General Clarke.) 4 pp., small 4to, 
unbound (8 lines of pencilled MS. in unknown hand, on p. 3). 

[Paris, n.d.] 

110. Clery (M. — Valet to Douis XVI). Journal of the Occurrences at the 

Temple during the Confinement of Louis XVI. Translated from 
the Original Manuscript, by R. C. Dallas. Svo, straight-grain 
morocco, blind-and-gilt stamped, gilt edges (name on half-title). 

London, 1798 



111. Clery (M.). Journal of Occurrences at the Temple during the Con- 

linement of Louis XVI. Translated by E. C. Dallas, 12mo, tree 
calf. Boston, 1799 

The first American Edition. 

112. CoBBETT (William). Letters to Lord Hawkesbury and Henry Adding- 

ton, on the Peace with Buonparte. Tables, and 2 portraits, inserted. 
8vo, half red morocco, symbolical gilt back, gilt top, uncut. 

London, 1802 

113. Collectanea Xapoleoxica ; a Catalogue of the Collection of Auto- 

graphs, Historical Documents, Broadsides, Caricatures, etc., relating 
to Xapoleon I. and his Times, 1769-1821, formed by A. M. Broad- 
ley, compiled by W. V. Daniell. Illustrations, including a hitherto 
unpublished portrait of Napoleon. 8vo, buckram. [London, 1905.] 

114. Column of the Grande-Armee, Etc. Description de la Colonne de 

la Clrande-Armee, elevee a la gloire des Armees Frangaises, I'an 
1810. Terminee par la Description de I'Arc de Triomphe du Palais 
des Tuileries. Cut of Column. 12mo, wrappers uncut. Paris, n.d. 

115. Confederate. Muster Poll of Company I. of the 57th Eegiment of 

New York Volunteers. Large folio. The names written by a good 
penman. 

Of special interest as it is written on Confederate paper. 

116. Confederate Money. Issued at Montgomery, Ala., Ealeigh, jST. C, and 

Eichmond, Va. From 10 cents to $50. Together, 7 pieces. 

1863-1866 

117. Confederate Xewspapers. The Evening True Delta. May 6, 1862, 

Xew Orleans; The Daily Picayune, March 22, 1862, Xew Orleans; 
Xew Orleans Daily Crescent, March 27, 1862. Three pieces. Folio, 
as issued. 

118. Confederate Xewspapers. Extra de I'Estafette, Vendredi, Mai 2, 1862. 

1 p., 8vo. [Xew Orleans], 1862 

Printed in French, and mentions tlie entrance of the victorious Federal 
troops into New Orleans, their seizure of the newspaper, " True Delta," 
their occupation of the Hotel St. Charles, etc. 

119. Confederate Xewspapers. The Dailv Picayune, Xew Orleans. March 

20, 1862 ; The Daily True Delta, May 6, 1862 ; The Sunday Delta, 
May 4, 1862 (one sheet only, ? complete). Three pieces. Folio, 
as issued. Xew Orleans, 1862 

In the first named appears " Abraham Lincoln, President of what is 
left of United States on the <Ith inst., transmitted this message of the 
so-called Congress of that unhappy country," etc. 

120. Confederate Xewspapers. Xew Orleans Daily Crescent, April 24, 

1862, and The Daily Delta, March 14, 1862. Two pieces, folio, as 
issued. Xew Orleans, 1862 



121. OoxFEDERATE Xewspapeks. Thc Southern Tlhistratod Xews, Februan- 

28. Marclii T, ]\[arch 28 and 8o]itemher 5. IHiVA. Four pieces. Folio, 
as issued. l^ichmond. 1863 

In the issue of February 28th is a caricature " Master Abraliaiu Lin- 
cohi gets a new toy." 

122. Confederate Xewspapers. The Sixtli Corps. Vol. 1. Nos. 2 and 6. 

April 28, May 3, 18G5. 3 pp. folio, as issued. Danville, Va., 1805 

Contains reference to Lincoln and with printing of " Oh I why should 
the spirit of mortal be proud." 

123. Confidential Correspondence of Napoleon Bonaparte with his brother 

Joseph, King of Spain. Selected and Translated from the '' Meni- 
oires du Eoi Joseph." Portraits. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth. 

Xew York. 185(; 

12-4. Congress of Vienna. Extrait du Moniteur du 13 Avril, 1815. (In- 
cludes copy of the Manifesto issued by the allied ministers at the 
Congress of Vienna, wherein is declared their intention of maintain- 
ing the Treaty of Paris, and practically declaring Xapoleon an out- 
law). 4 pp. 4to, unbound. Paris. 1815 

125. Constitution de la Eepublique Frangaise. (Signed by Eegnier, Jacque- 

minot and others, including Bonaparte, who signs as one of the Con- 
suls). 4 pp. small 4to. Paris, ITPO 

126. Convention of St. Cloud. Ministere de la Guerre. (Bulletin, com- 

posed of 18 articles, issued July 3, 1815, announces changes in the 
^linistry, the suspension of hostilities by thc Allies, plan for the 
evacuation of Paris, etc. Signed by Bignon, Guilleminot, Bondy. 
and others). 4 pp. 4to, unbound, uncut. Paris, 1815 

This Bulletin was issued four days before Wellington's entry into 
Paris at the head of the victorious Allies. 

127. CooTE (Charles). History of Europe from the Treaty of Amiens, in 

1802. to the Pacification of Paris, in 1815. 8vo, boards, cloth back, 
partly uncut. London, 1817 

128. [CoRDAY (Charlotte)]. Pevolutions Almanach von 1795. With imr- 

traits, including Corday. Madame Du Barry, Bailly, Brissot, Lvcl'- 
ner, and others, also riens. 12mo, original boards (rubbed, and 
some pp. loose). Gottingen |1795] 

129. Corsica. Boswell (James). An Account of Corsica, The Journal of a 

Tour of that Island, and Memoirs of Pascal Paoli. Portrait and 
folding map. 12mo. sprinkled calf (portion of back split). 

London, 1769 
Autograph of " P. Francix,'' supposed author of the Junius letters, on 
fly-leaf. 

130. Cotton (Sergeant Edward). A A'oice from Waterloo. A History of 

the Battle, with a selection from the Wellington Dispatches, etc. 
Maps and plates. 16mo, cloth. jNfont-St.-Jean. 1862 

An luiusiiMlly clear and concise account of this Iwittle. 



131. Coup D'J^^TAT. l^roclaiuiition dii I'resident de la Kepublique. Appel an 

Peii])le (et) L'Annee . . . I.e Prefet de Police aux Habitans 
do Paris. Polio. Paris. December 2, 1851 

One of several " Proclamations " Issued by Louis Napoleou Bouaparte, 
with the assistance of De Morny and De Maupas, respectively Minister 
of the Interior and Prefect of Police. The printing of this " Proclama- 
tion " was accomplished while the building containing the presses was 
surrounded by gendarmes and each typesetter guarded by them while 
he was setting up his portion of copy. Contains Napoleon's appeals to 
the people and the army, his dissolution of the Assembly, and the plac- 
ing of Paris and other dejjartments under martial law. The " bloody 
triumph " of this Coup is a matter of history. 

132. Court and Camp of Buonaparte. Purtmits of Talleyrand, Murat, and 

Soult. IGino, halt' dark-l)lue calf, symbolical gilt back, gilt top, by 
Larkins. ^ London, 1829 

The authorship of this work is ascribed to J. G. Lockhart. 

133. Court of Napoleox. Memoires et Anecdotes sur la Cour de Napoleon 

Bonaparte. Line portraits. 12mo, wrappers, uncut. 

En Belgique; Chez les Principaux Libraires, 1818 

The Third French Edition, with the suppressed passages of the Second 
edition. 

134. Cruikshaxk (George). The Life of Xapoleon Bonaparte. Edited by 

W. H. Ireland, Embellished with accurate views of his battles, &c., 
engraved by George Cruilslianh from the original designs of Veniet, 
Denon, &c., executed at Paris by Duplessis-Bertaux, comprising, in ad- 
dition to the COMPLETE SERIES OF FINELY COLORED FOLDING PLATES, 
the three uncolored plates — portraits of the Duke of Reidistadt, Marie 
Louise, and Napoleons Generals. 4 vols, 8vo, full crimson polished 
calf, symliolical gilt backs with Bees, crowned " N," &c., sides with 
a triple line-border, Bees in corners, and the crowned " N " with 
wreath in centres, inside gilt borders, gilt tops, especially bound by 
Zaehnsdorf for the owner. Each volume in a cloth case. 

London ; John Fairburn and John Cumberland, 1823-1828 

A SUPERB SET OF THE FIRST EDITION OF THIS NOTEWORTHY NAPOLEONIC 
ITEM, CONTAINING THE 28 MAGNIFICENT COLORED FOLDING PLATES BY GeORGE 
CRUIKSHANK, PUBLISHED WITH THE WORK ; CUMBERLAND'S 4 ENGRAVED 
TITLES, WITH 2 ADDITIONAL TITLES, COLORED ; FaIRBURN'S 3 PRINTED TITLES. 

AND EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the iusertioii Of 172 portraits of Napoleon 
(SEVERAL OF THEM COLORED), a fine autograph signature of the Emperor, 
dated Fontainebleau, July 17, 1805, two autograph signatures of George 
Cruikshank, one ou an original pencil sketch by him. making 200 illustra- 
tions in all. 

The Cruikshank folding plates are mounted on linen and brilliantly 
hand-colored, one or two of them being slightly damaged at the folds. &c., 
but not sufficiently to mar them to any great extent. 

Such a fine extra-illustrated set of this valuable Cruikshank- 
ireland work does not appear often for sale by auction. 

135. [Dalrymple (Adolphus J.)]. :Memoir, written by General Sir Hew 
Dalrymple. of his Proceedings as connected with the Affairs of Spam, 
and the Commencement of the Peninsular War. 8vo, original boards, 
some loaves uncut (portion of back split). London, 1830 



136. Danton (Georges J.). The Leeds Mercury, April 12, 1794. Folio, as 

issued, with portrait. Ijeeds, 1794 

Contains account of the arrest of Danton. 

137. Davies (Catherine). Eleven Years' Residence in the Family of Murat, 

King of Naples. 13mo, flexible boards, crudely backed with linen 
(figure 6 on cover). London, 1841 

138. Death of Napoleon. Nouvelles Officielles venant de Tile Sainte- 

Helene, annonyant la niort de I'ex-general Buonaparte, et les circon- 
stances qui I'ont occasionne. Extrait du Moniteur. 4 pp. 12mo, 
unbound. Paris, 1821 

139. Decree Against the Bourbons. Extrait du Moniteur du 8 Avril 

1815. Decrets Imperiaux. Au palais des Tuileries, le 25 Mars et 
le 4 Avril, 1815. Cut of Imperial eagle, etc. (Proclamation rela- 
tive to the Bourbons (mentions Louis XVIII. by name), states that 
the laws against them will be rigidly enforced, &c.). 2 pp. small 4to, 
unbound. Portrait of Bonaparte, 8vo, laid in. Paris, 1815 

140. Decret Imperial, Contenant diifereutes dispositions tendant a reprimer 

les manoeuvres qui pourraient troubler la tranquillite publique, le 
9 Mai 1815. (Instructs the Minister of Police relative to the Comte 
de Lille [Louis XVIII. ], decrees imprisonment for showing any 
other colors than the National, formulates additions to the Penal 
Code, &c.) 4 pp. 4to, unbound, with portrait of Napoleon laid in. 

Paris, 1815 

141. Decree of the National Assembly. Municipalite de Paris. Par le 

Maire et les Membres du Conseil-General. Extrait du Registre des 
Deliberations du Conseil-General de la Commune de Paris, due Mer- 
credi, 22 Juin 1791. Small woodcut of municipal arms. Folio. 

Paris, 1791 
Relates to the free circuhition of government funds, the facilitation 
of the movements of all diligences and other public carriers, and enjoin- 
ing the proper authorities to give due attention thereto. Issued by 
Bailly, mayor ; De Joly, clerk. 

142. Departure of Louis XVIII. Extrait du Moniteur du 26 Mars 1815 

Ministere de la Guerre. Nouvelles Officielles de I'Armee. Large cut 
of the Imperial Eagle. (Announces the departure of the Comte de 
Lille (Louis XVIII.) and other prominent Bourbons from Paris, 
gives a speech of the Emperor to his soldiers, &c.). 4 pp. small 4to, 
unbound. Paris, 1815 

143. Delphick Oracle (The). (Curious questions in Statute Law, Physick 

and Anatomy, etc.). Snuill 8vo, old half calf. London, 1720 

144. Depeches et Lkttres Interceptees. Copies of the Original Letters 

and Dispatches of the Generals, &c., at Paris, to Napoleon at Dres- 
den, intercepted by the Allies. In French and English. 8vo, half 
calf (somewhat worn). London, 1814 



145. Desckiption de la Colonne de la Grande-Armee, Tenninee par la De- 

scription de I'Arc de Triomphe du Palais des Tuileries. Cut of col- 
nittn. VI pp. Vlmo, nncut and nnbound. Edited by Aubry. 

Paris, n.d. 

146. Dispatch from Lyons. Ministere de la Guerre. Depechea Telegra- 

phiqvies, datees de Lyon, le 15 Avril, et arrivees a Paris le 16, a sept 
heures du matin. Ecclesiastical coat-of-arms. (From Suchet, Duke 
of Albufera, who, with the Duke of Rivoli, has witnessed the arrival 
of the troops, and mentions that the Tri-color floats over Marseilles, 
Antibes, Draguignan, &c.) 2 pp. small 4to, unbound. Paris, [1815] 

147. Du Barry (Madame). Baldwin's London \Yeekly Journal, December 

28, 1793. Folio, as issued. With i^ortrait. London, 1793 

Contains account of the execution of Du Barry. 

148. Dumas (Gex. Count Mathieu). Memoires of his Own Time; includ- 

ing the Revolution, the Empire, and the Restoration. Portraits of 
Napoleon and Lafayette; with one of the author, inserted. 2 vols. 
8vo, cloth, uncut. London, 1839 

During the American Revolution, Count Dumas was Rochambeau's 
aide, and recounts his experiences therein. He also served under 
Napoleon. 

149. Educational Appointments. Extrait du Moniteur du Samedi, pre- 

mier Avril 1815. (Xapoleon visits the institution for the education 
of daughters of members of the Legion of Honor, appoints new 
officers of the University, &c.). 4 pp. small 4to, unbound. 

Paris, 1815 

150. Egyptian Campaign. Copies of Original Letters from the Army of 

Bonaparte in Egypt, intercepted by the Fleet under the command 
of Admiral Lord 'Nelson. With English translation. Map and por- 
trait inserted. 8vo, half red morocco, symbolical gilt back, gilt top, 
lower edges uncut. London, 1798 

151. Egyptian Campaign. Newspaper. Xo. 35. Le Voyageur. Journal 

de L. Prudhomme, du 6 Thermidor, an YII de La Republique (July 
24, 1798). (Mentions Buonaparte in Egypt, Talleyrand, &c.) 4 pp. 
small 4to. Paris, 1798 

152. Egyptian Campaign. Copies of Original Letters from the Army of 

General Bonaparte in Egvpt, Intercepted by the fleet under the com- 
mand of Admiral Lord Xelson. With English Translations. Charts. 
2 vols. 12mo, boards, leather backs (somewhat worn). 

London, 1798-9 

153. Egyptian Campaign. Courier de I'Egypte. No. 99. (With 2 Extra 

pages of another number. Relates to Napoleon's army in Egypt). 
Together, 6 pp. 12mo. Cairo, Egypt, 1800 

154. Egyptian Campaign. Liberte, figalite, Republique Frangaise. Ordre 

du jour, du 21 Nivose (et) du 2 Pluviose. an VITI. (Issued by 
General Damas. Countersigned by General Rene). ^Yoodcut coat-of- 
arms. 2 pp. small folio. Cairo, Egypt, 1799 



155. Egyi'Tiax I'ami'Aiun. Liljerte, E^ialite, liepublicjue Franc;aitfe. Ordre 

du jour, du 'Zii, 28, 2d and 30 Vendemiaire, an 9. (Issued by General 
Menou, Countersigned by Generals Lagrange and Eene), Wood- 
cut coat-of^rms on each. 1, 2 and 3 pp. small folio. Together, 4 
pieces. Cairo, Egypt, 1800 

Unusual run of these orders. One of them contains prochimation of 
General Menou relative to the pay of the Army and Xavy. 

156. Egyptian Campaign. Eepublique Francaise. Journal Officiel de tons 

les Evenements qui out eu lieu en figypte depuis la Convention d'el- 
A'ricli. Woodcut. (Issued by General Menou. Mentions the as- 
sassination of General Kleber, &c.) 3 pp. small folio (slight re- 
pairs). Cairo, Egypt, 1799 

157. Egyptian Campaign. J. EusselFs Gazette. Commercial and Political. 

Feb. 4, 1799; Mar. 11, 1799; Apr. 18, 1799. Three pieces. Folio, 
as issued. Boston, 1799 

The issue of April ISth contains four columns of the intercepted dis- 
patches of Bonaparte on the Invasion of Egypt. 

158. Egyptian Campaign. J. Russell's Gazette. Commercial and Political. 

May 9, Jan. 31 and Jan. 17, 1799. Three pieces. Folio, as issiied. 

Boston, 1799 

The issue of May contains translations of portions of Bonaparte's 
letters written in I^gypt. 

159. Egy'ptian Campaign. Memoirs relative to Egypt, written in that coun- 

try during the Campaigns of General Bonaparte, in 1798-9, by the 
Learned Men who accompanied the French Expedition. 3 folding 
maps. 8vo, sprinkled calf (rubbed). London, 1800 

Contains contributions by Andreossi, Berthollet, Langles [of the Na- 
tional Library], and others. 

IGO. Egyptian Campaign. Napoleon en Egypte, AYaterloo et le Fils de 
L'Homme. Precedes d'une Notice Litteraire par M. Tissot. Edition 
illustree par H. Vernet et H. Bellange. Xumerous full-page illus- 
trations on India paper, and others, smaller, on the regular text^ 
paper. Eoyal 8vo, boards, leather back (dealer's stamp on half-title, 
margins of a number of plates foxed). Paris, n.d. 

IGl. Egyptian Campaign. Napoleon en Egypte. Poeme en Huit Chants. 
Traduit en vers Alleniands, par Gustavo Schwab. [Title repeated in 
German]. Text in both German and French. Svo, cloth, original 
Avrappers, with the German title, l)0und in. 

Stuttgart & Tul)ingue, 1829 

1G2. Election Notice. Le citoycn Berthereau, President du canton du 5e 
Arrondissemcnt de Paris, au C. en Eochault, Notal^le communal. 
(Contains infoi'mation as to place, date, &c.. of an election of Judge 
do Paix, &.Q.). Directed in an unknown liaml. Stamped with seal 
of the Eepublic. 1 p. small 4to. Paris, 1803 



163. Election Notick. ^luiiirii);ilite do Paris. Cor])s ^rvin'Kipal. Ivxtrait 

(In Eegistre dcs Deliberations du Corps ]\Innicipal, du i)imanclie '3(5 
Deccmbre 1790. Convocation Generale des Quarante-huit Sections, 
ponr proceder a un second Scrutin pour I'election du second Substitut- 
Adjoint du Procureur do la Commune. Woodcut of municipal anus. 
Folio. Paris, ITDO 

Issued by Bailly. Mayor of Paris, and countersigned by De Joly, Clerk. 
Among tbe names wbo have already received certain votes are, Gerard 
de Bury, Charon, the famous Danton, and others. 

164. Engltsu Broadsidks. '" A Dream of Xapoleon ;" " The Grand Con- 

versation on Napoleon Arose"; and others. Curious woodcuts. 2 
pieces, each 1 p. small 4to. [London, n.d.] 

165. English Newspapers of ITST. The Leeds Intelligencer, Weekly, from 

May 22 to Dec. 22, 1787, not consecutive, 25 Nos. ; The London 
Packet; or New Lloyd's Evening Post, Semi Weekly, from June 13 to 
Dec. 12, 1787, not "'consecutive, 23 Nos. ; Sheffield Eegister, Vol. 1, 
No. 1, June 9, 1787. (Several imperfect). Together, 49 pieces, 
folio, stitched, covers missing. 

Includes advertisement of the appearance of Mrs. .Jordan in " As You 
Like It," an Ode by the Poet-Laureate Wharton, a notice of the Barbary 
Plague, news of the Revolution in Holland, copy of the new U. S. Con- 
stitution adopted N. Y., September 17, 17S7, &c., &c. 

166. Entry into Paeis. Extrait du Moniteur du 23 :Mars, 1815. (An ac- 

count of Napoleon's Journey from Elba to Paris, including one or two 
of his speeches to the soldiers). 4 pp. 4to, unbound. Laid in are two 
views of his return, (1) his trip to the quay from the vessel; (2) 
his reception by some of the soldiers. ' Paris, 1815 

167. Eteuria (Queen of — Marie Louise of Bourbon). Memoir of the Queen 

of Etruria. AVritten by Herself. An authentic Narrative of the 
Seizure and Eemoval of Pope Pius VIL Translated from the Italian. 
8vo, boards, uncut (worn). London, 1814 

168. Extraordinary Life of Napoleon Buonaparte, from his Birth to his 

Second Abdication, including an account of his Campaigns in France, 
Italy, &c., and at the Battle of Waterloo, with a Description of the 
Island of St. Helena. Illustrated. 12mo, half red morocco, sym- 
l)olical gilt back, gilt top. 

. " York, [Eng.] ; Printed by J. Kendrew, n.d. 

Bound in with the above is a work of 94 pp. entitled " Some of the 
Causes which led to the French Revolution." The whole extra-illus- 
trated by the insertion of 92 portraits, views, &c., some on India paper. 

169. FACsmiLES French Currency, etc. Tableau des Papiers et Monnoyes, 

avec Techelle de Proportion de leur valeur pendant leurs cours adopte 
par le Conseil des Anciens, le 5 Messidor, I'An V. (June 23, 1796). 
Drawn and etched in tints hy A. Lejeune after original samples, and 
reduced by Tasart. Folio. | Pans, 1796] 

About 100 pieces of currency, identification cards, etc., grouped on one 
sheet, with colored figure of a mendicant (presumably symbolizing "La 
Commune") in centre. Dated 1791-1795. 



170. Fain (Baijon). Memoirs of the Invasion of France b}' the Allied Annies, 

and of the Last Six Months of the Reign of Xapoleon, including his 
Abdication. Folding map, and portion of Napoleon s letter of abdi- 
cation. 8vo, boards (1 side loose and back worn). London, 1834 

171. Fall of the Second Empire. Lines on the Defeat of N^apoleon who 

Surrendered to the King of Prussia, at Sedan, Sept. 2, 1870, 1 p. 
4to. London, 1870 

A broadside upon the defeat of " Napoleon the Little." Seven ver.ses, 
eight lines each, ending with the Chorus : 

The battle now is over. 

And Napoleon he's gave in, 
And poor old Billy the Prussian, 

Will never again begin. 

172. First Treaty of Paris. Traite de Paix. Extrait du Moniteur, du 2 

Juin, 1814. (Treaty dated IMay 30, 1814; with the text of several 
subsidiary treaties; signed by Talleyrand, prince de Benevent, Metter- 
nich, Stadion, Castlereagh, Cathcart and others). 8 pp. 4to. unbound. 

Paris, 1814 

173. Forsyth (William). History of the Captivity of Xapoleon at St. 

Helena; from the Letters and Journals of Sir Hudson Lowe, and 
Official Documents not before made Public. Portrait views, and map. 
3 vols. 8vo, original cloth. London 1853 

First and best edition. 

174. FoucHE (Joseph). Authentic IMemoirs of the Public Life of M. Fouche, 

Duke of Otranto. Comprising Various Letters addressed to the Em- 
peror Napoleon, Ki-ng Joachim, Duke of Wellington, etc. 11 por- 
traits (inserted). 8vo, half red morocco, symbolical gilt back, gilt 
top. London, &c., 1818 

175. [Fouche (Joseph)]. A Sketch of the Public Life of the Duke of 

Otranto. 12mo, boards, uncut (portions of some pages stained). 

Philadelphia, 1817 

176. France and Holland. Extrait du Moniteur, Jeudi, 4 Aout 1831. De- 

claration de Guerre de la France a la Hollande. Woodcut of rooster 
with hrol'cn iving. and trumpet. (Mentions the King's recognition 
of the independence of Belgium, a telegraphic dispatch concerning 
an engagement between the troops of Belgium and Holland at Gand, 
etc. i p. 4to. [Paris], 1831 

177. France and the Allies. Traite de Paix, Au nom de la tres-sainte et 

indivisible Trinite, 30 Mai, 1814. (An early printed copy of the 
Treaty). 4 pp., small folio, unbound. Paris, 1814 

178. French Currency. Siege de Lyon. Bon pour Cinquante Sous. Auto- 

graph signature, [1793] 

179. French Currency. Siege de Mayence. Dix Sous. [1793] 

180. French Currency. Section de Thermes de Julien. Billet Citoyen. 

Dix Sols. [1793] 



181 Fkknch CritKKVCV. EL'i)\il)lique Francaise. Assignat de mille francs. 

[1794] 

IS-?. French Currency. Eepublique Frangaise. Assignat de cinq cents liv. 

I i (Jo J 

183 French Currency. Eepuljlique Francaise. Promesse de mandat terri- 

torial, Bon pour vingt cinq francs. (2 pieces). Botli with auto- 
graph signatures. L1'^95J 

184 French Currency. Promesse de mandat territorial bon pour vingt 

cinq francs. (2 pieces). Both with autograph signatures. [1795] 

185 French Currency. Assignat. Louis XVI. Pour vingt cinq livres 

[1791] ; and Eepublique Frangaise. Assignat de cent vmgt cmq iiv. 
[1793]. (2 pieces). 

18G. French Currency. Eepublique Frangaise. Assignat de cinquante sols. 
[1793] (-4 pieces on 1 sheet not separated). 

187. French Currency. Eepuljli(iue Francaise. Assignat de cinquante 
livres. [1792] 

188 French Currency. Assignats de dix sous, cinquante sols, quinze sols, 
etc., (8 pieces; from 10 sous to 100 francs; the verso of one contam- 
ing'old writing and several autograph signatures) . [1791-1794] 

189. French Currency. Eepublique Frangaise. Assignats ^^e cent franc 
and cinquante livres. (2 pieces.) [17J^-i/y4tj 

IQO French Currency. French Eevolution. Assignats de dix sous, vingt- 
' ■ cinq sols, cinq livres, etc. (8 pieces.) Various ^^e^J^^;;;^_^|;^g^^^^ 

101 French Finances. Ivernois (Sir Francis D'). Expose de I'Expose de 
la Situation de I'Empire Frangaise, et des Comptes de Finances 
publies a Paris, en Fevrier et en Mars, 1813. 106 pp. ^f"^ 
unbound (old writing on entire verso of title) . Eeichenbach, 1813 

19^^ French Newspaper. Numero 83. Journal de Paris, Jeudi 24 Mars 
1785. (Contains advertisement of English Troupe of acrobats m 
which an American is featured) . 4 pp. small 4to. Pans, 1785 

193 French Newspaper. Journal des Debats. Politiques et Litteraires. 

Lundi, 22 Juillet 1816. (Contains news of Prussia Great Britam, 
Proclamations by Louis XVIIL, etc.). 4 pp. small folio. (\Vith 
official stamp on heading). -t^aris, l»ib 

194 French Newspaper. Le Journal IJniversel, Mardi, 13 June 1815. 

(Contains proclamation of Ferdinand IV., May 20, 1815 ; News from 
Austria under date May 31, 1815; Treaty of Peace between Saxony 
and Prussia, Mav 21, 1815; mentions John Adams, minister of the 
IT. S. in London; June 9. 1815 ; Part of a description of the Champ- 
de-Mai; &c.). 2 pp. only (writing on heading), ^^l^^ folded 

[Pans, 1815] 



195. French Newspaper. Journal General des Gardes Nationales de France, 

Feiiille Politique, Historique et Litteraire. Vendredi, 7 Juillet 1815. 
(Issued about two weeks after Waterloo. Contains foreign and home 
news, a Proclamation by Louis XVIII., Bulletin of the National 
Guard, &c.). -i pp. small folio. (With stamp of the Department 
of the Seine). Paris, 1815 

196. French Revolution. Broadside. Loi portant que le lieu des Mouli- 

neaux appartient an Departement de Paris, sous la Municipalite 
d'Issy, &c. Woodcut head-piece. 2 pp. small 4to. Paris, 1791 

Decree of the National Assembly, signed by the king and secretary of 
state. 

197. French Eevolution. Saint-Etienue (Rabaut de). The History of the 

Revolution of France. Translated from the French. [Contains 
Chronological Table of the Principal Decrees passed, &c.] 8vo, 
boards, calf back, uncut (worn). London, 1792 

198. French Revolution. The Leeds Mercury, November 23, 1793. Folio, 

as issued. Leeds, 1793 

Contains account of the execution of Egalite. 

199. French Revolution. Tafereelen van de Staatsomwenteling in Frank- 

rijk. With a large number of finely engraved portraits and views 
of persons and incidents during the revolution. 2 vols. 8vo, half 
cloth. Amsterdam, 1794-1807 

Includes portraits of Napoleon, Brissot, Talleyrand, Kleber. Robespierre. 
Mirabeau, and many others. Assumed to be perfect, but sold w.a.f. 

200. French Revolution. Authentic Memoirs of the Revolution in France. 

and of the Sufferings of the Royal Family. From Accounts of Eye- 
witnesses, principally. Portrait of Louis XVI. and title-vignette. 
8vo, half scored-calf. London, 1817 

201. French Revolution. A Collection of 55 Scenes of the French Revolu- 

tion and Portraits of Napoleon's Generals, engraved by Bosselman, 
Burdet, &c., after Raffet, Scheffer, and others. 8vo, mounted to 
royal 8vo, on India paper, and published by Furne, Paris. (1 or 
2 plates somewhat spotted.) n.d. 

202. Frieden's Almanach von 1803. With portraits of Erlach, Reding, Corn- 

wallis and Toussaint Louverture (both on covers), and others, also 
views. 12mo, original wrappers, pp. loose. Gottingen, 1803 

203. Gabourd (Amedee). Histoire de Napoleon Bonaparte. Engraved title, 

and 3 plates. 8vo, stamped morocco, gilt. Tours, 18-15 

204. Garrick Playbill, Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane, May 25, 1775, where a 

performance of " The Wonder " was given " Towards raising a fund 
for the relief of those who from their infirmities shall be obliged to 
retire from th^ stage." Garrick as Don Felix, also with Miss Pope, 
Bannister, Mrs. Yates and others. Framed. 



205. Gaspari-Belleval (Luce De). Memoire clu General Comte Luce de 

Gaspari-Belleval, Ancien Chamberlain Aetuel du Eoi de Pologne, 

Chevalier de plusieurs ordres, &c. (A reply to certain aspersions 

upon his character and actions made by the Count Ypsilanty, and 

• others). 30 pp. 4to, unbound. [Paris, n.d.] 

206. Gazette Officielle. Kxtract, Paris le 8 Aoilt, 1815. Ordonnance du 

Eoi, Lille le 23 Mars 1815. (Concerns affairs of the Army, the abol- 
ishment of conscription, names of new Administrative Council, etc.) 
4 pp. small 4to, unbound. Paris, 1815 

207. German and Swedish Currency. Various denominations. 4 pieces. 

1794-1806 

208. Gibbon (Francis). The Public Characters of Europe; containing the 

Lives of all the Eminent Men now Living, etc. . . . forming a 
Complete History of the Late War. Engraved portraits. 3 vols, ex- 
tended to 4 vols. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt tops, some edges 
uncut. London [1814-15] 

Extra-illustrated by the insertion of 211 portraits of Napoleon and his 
Marshals, Wellington, Sir John Moore, Bernadotte, and others, together 
with numerous views, many inlaid. 

209. GiFFORD (E.). Memoirs of the Life and Campaigns of Napoleon Buona- 

parte, in France, Italy, Germany, etc. Maps, engraved titles, and 
plates by the Cruihshanhs, and others. 2 vols. 8vo, tree calf. 

London [1814] 

210. GiRAUD (P. F. F. J.). The Campaign of Paris in 1814; To which is 

prefixed a Sketch of the Campaign of 1813. Translated from the 
French. Map, plan and portrait, inserted. 8vo, half red morocco, 
gilt, gilt top. London, 1815 

211. GoLDs:^[iTii (Lewis). State of the French Eepublic at the End of the 

Year VIII. [1800]. Translated from the French of Citizen Hau- 
terive. Portrait, inserted. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt tops, 
™cut. _ London, 1801 

212. [Goldsmith (Lewis)]. The Eevolutionary Plutarch; Exhibiting the 

most Distinguished Characters in the Eecent Annals of the French 
Eepublic. 3 portraits. Thick, 12mo, cloth (name on each of the 3 
titles). London, 1805 

213. [Goldsmith (Lewis)]. Memoirs of C. M. Talleyrand de Perigord . . . 

his Private and Public Life, and Intrigues in Boudoirs as well as in 
Cabinets. By the author of the " Eevolutionary Plutarch." Portrait 
and facsimiles. 2 vols. 12mo, half calf (covers loose). 

London, 1805 

214. [Goldsmith (Lewis)]. The Secret History of the Court and Cabinet 

of St. Cloud, in a Series of Letters written in 1805. Portrait and 
view, inserted. 12m.o, half red morocco, gilt, gilt top, uncut (mar- 
gins on some pages stained). . Philadelphia, 1806 



215. Goldsmith (Leavis). Secret History of the Cabinet of Bonaparte; 
including his Private Life, Character, &e., witli Secret Anecdotes of 
the Different Courts of Europe, and Two Appendices consisting of 
State Papers. Portrait inserted. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt 
top. partly uncut (name on title). London; 1810 

21G. GoMM (Sir W. Maynakd). Letters and Journals of Field-Marshal 
Gomm, from 1799 to Waterloo, 1815. Edited by Francis C, Carr- 
Gomm. 8vo, cloth, top edges uncut. London, 1881 

Inserted is a D.S.. 1 p. folio, " Montlily Return, etc., of tlie Coldstream 
Regt. of Foot Guards," with the autograph signature of Sir W. M. Gomm. 

217. Goodrich (Frank B.). The Court of Napoleon; or, Society under 

the First Empire. Engraved plates, after Jules Champagne, tvitli an 
extra plate, inserted. Imperial 8yo, morocco antique, gilt edges. 

Philadelphia, 1864 

218. GoTHAiscHER geiiealogisclier Hof-Kalender auf das Jahr 1828. Fine 

portraits, including Chateaubriand. William II., and others. 12mo, 
original pictorial boards, Gotha, [1828] 

219. GouDEMETZ (H.). Historical Epochs of the French Eevolution. Trans- 

lated from the French, by Dr. Eandolph. To which is subjoined the 
Judgment and Execution of Louis XVI. 8vo, original boards, outer 
and lower edges uncut. Bath [Eng.], Pi-inted for the Author, 1796 

220. GouRGAUD (General Gaspard). The Campaign of 1815; or, a Narra- 

tive of the Military Operations which took place in France and Bel- 
gium during the Hundred Da3's. Written at St. Helena. Folding 
map {torn), and tables. Svo, half calf, gilt (joints weak). 

London, 1818 

Napoleon's statement in which he attributes the loss of the Battle of 
Waterloo to Marshal Grouchy, occurs in this volume for the first time. 

221. GouRGAUD (General Gaspard). Napoleon and the Grand Army in 

Eussia; or a Critical Examination of Co^mt Philip de Segur's Work. 
Translated from the French by a Gentleman of Philadelphia. [A. 
Finley]. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt top. Philadelphia, 1825 

lOxTRA-ii.LusTRATED by the insertion of a map, and numerous portraits 
and views, includhig several each of Napoleon and Marshal Ney, a number 
inlaid. 

223. GwiLLiAN (John). The Imperial Captive; or, the Unexampled Career 
of the Ex-Emperor N^apoleon, from the period of his Quitting Elba 
to his SurrendfM- to the English Nation. [A Poem.] 2 vols. Svo, 
half calf (rul)l)ed). " London. 1817 

223. Hall (Captain Basil). Napoleon in Council, or the Opinions delivered 
bv Bonaparte in the Council of State. From the French of Baron 
rdct. Facsimile. Svo, boards, cloth back, some leaves uncut. 

Edinburgh, 1837 



224. Hall (Charles H.). :Memoirs of the Life of Andrew llofer, containing 

an account of transactions in the Tyrol in 1809. From the German. 
Colored frontispiece, and folding map. 8vo, original boards, uncut. 

London, 1820 
The German work, from wliicli the above is a transUition, has been 
ascribed to Baron Hormayr. 

225. [Hamilton (Captain I.)]. Annals of the Peninsular Campaigns, from 

1808 to 1814. By the author of Cyril Thornton. Battle plans. First 
Edition. 3 vols. 12mo, printed boards, uncut. (1 vol. slightly 
shaken). Edinl)urgh, 1821) 

22G. Hamilton (Thomas). Annals of the Peninsular Campaigns. New 
Edition revised and augmented by Frederick Hardman. 8vo, cloth. 

Edinl)urgh, 1849 

227. Haudeicourt (Ternismsn lY). Fastes de la Nation Frangaise. 

Ouvrage presente au Roi et honore de I'accueil flatteur de sa Majeste, 
etc. Nearly 200 engraved plates of French battle scenes on sea and 
land, incidents of the French Revolution. &c.. with descriptive text 
also engraved, by Delvaux, Pigeot, Girardet, &c., after Lafitte, Swe- 
bach, Martinet, and others. 3 vols, folio, half red morocco, gilt, gilt 
tops. Paris; Chez Decrouan, n.d. [circa 1815 | 

A SCARCE WORK PUBLISHED BY SUBSCRIPTION. Describes in French nearly 
200 scenes, incidents, trinniphal entries, &c.. in which Napoleon, his Mar- 
shals, and other officers took part, many of these scenes depicting heroic 
actions of not only the prominent soldiers, but also of those of little re- 
nown. Each plate contains a description of the deed or incident noted 
thereon. 

Anions the well-known names chosen for honorable mention are those 
of Andreossi. Berthier, Cambaceres, Davanst, Grouchy, Kellernian, Lannes, 
Ney, and others. 

Some of the seenes pictured are :— Battlt^ of Ansterlitz. Paf^saKe of the 
Danube, Entry of Louis XVIII. into Calais, Wellington at Waterloo, &c. 

228. [Hay (Colonel Leitii)]. Memoirs of the late Sir James Leith, witli a 

Precis of some of the most remarkable events of the Peninsular War. 
By a British Officer. First Edition. 12mo, half leather. 

London, 1818 

229. Hazlitt (William). The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte. Second 

Edition, Eevised by his son. Engraved titles, and portraits (several 
inserted). 4 vols. "l2mo, original cloth, top edges uncut. 

London, 1852 

230. Headley (J. T.). Napoleon and His Marshals. Portraits. 2 vols. 

12mo, cloth. New York, 1846 

231. Henry IV. Rony (Cofhn de). Hommage a Henry-le-Grand, ou le Retour 

au Bonheur, Allegoric Lyriquem, ]\Lisique de Foignet; (et) La 
Statue de Henry IV. 2 pieces, small 4to, unbound. (Writmg on 
last page of each.) Paris, 1814 

232. Henue (G. L.). Geschichte Napoleon's von der Wiege bis zum Grabe in 

Wort und Bild. Numerous portraits and battle scenes, etc. 2 vols. 
12 mo, half bound. Leipzig, 1843 



2;53. Heweston (W. B.)- History of Napoleon Bonaparte, and Wars of 
Europe, from the Eevolution in France to the Termination of the 
Late Wars; Including Anecdotes of the Most Celebrated Characters. 
Portraits, views, and 2 copperplate titles. 3 vols. 8vo, half red moroc- 
co, symbolical gilt backs, some edges uncut. London, 1815 

234. HiSTOiRE de ISTapoleon contenant la Vie, les Campagnes, la Mort et le 

Testament de cet homme illustre ; Suivie d'une Notice Biographique 
sur le Due de Eeichstadt. Par un Contemporain. Portraits and title 
vignette. 12mo, boards, calf back. Limoges, 1835 

235. [HoBHOUSE (-J.)]. The Substance of Some Letters, written 1)y an En- 

glishman at Paris during the Last Eeign of the Emperor Napoleon. 
With Appendix of Official Documents. 2 vols. 8vo, half straight- 
grain morocco. London, 1816 
These letters are supposed to have been written to Lord Byron. 

236. Hodgson (AVilliam). The Life of Xapoleon Bonaparte. Portrait, in- 

serted. 8vo, cloth (slightly shaken). London, n.d. 

237. [Hook (Theodoee).] Facts, Illustrative of the Treatment of Na- 

poleon Buonaparte in Saint Helena. 3 aquatint views. 8vo, half red 
morocco, symbolical gilt back, gilt top. London, 1819 

EXTBA-ILLUSTRA.TED by the insertion of about 40 portraits, views, maps, 
etc., some on India paper and inlaid. 

238. HoRXE (EiciiARD Hengist). The History of Napoleon. Edited by 

Home. Hundreds of illustrations after Baffet and Horace Vernet, 2 
portraits on India paper, and the Sainshury series of Napoleon's 
signatures (inserted). 2 vols, roval 8vo, original cloth (a few pp. 
foxed). " London, 1840-1844 

'239. Horne (Eichard Hengist). The History of Napoleon. Illustrated. 
2 vols, royal 8vo, 1 cloth, 1 half morocco, rubbed, and some plates 
crudely colored. London, 1840-1844 

240. Hue (Francis). Last Years of the Eeign and Life of Louis XYI. 

Translated by E. C. Dallas. Portrait, engraved hy Schiavonetti, after 
the author. 8vo, half calf, gilt (writing on title). London, 1806 

241. Hugo (A.). Histoire de I'Empereur Napoleon, redigee d'apres les notes 

et dictees de I'Empereur lui-meme ; et les ecrits de MM. Las Cases, 
Bertrand, Montholon, etc. Portrait, folding plate and 30 text illus- 
trations. 8vo, boards (somewhat worn). Stuttgart, 1834 

242. Hulfeeichs (Johanx F.). Zeit-Calender auf das jahr 181T. IVtf/i 

Glorious woodcuts, one being a half-page cut of " Die Insel St. Helena " 
with lengthy description). Small 4to, unbound. Nurnberg, [1817] 

213. Imperial Decrees. Bulletin des Lois. No. 6. (Contains 9 decrees of 
Napoleon, from March 24 to 26, 1815, including the appointment of 
L. A. Champagny, Due de Cadore, the nomination of two adminis- 
trators for the Loterie Imperiale, etc. Countersigned by Due de 
Bassano and Comte Boulay). 8 pp. 12mo. unl)ound. Paris, 1815 



244. Imperial Genealogy. The Imperial Family, and the Great Officers of 

State, Civil and Military in France. Humbly dedicated to the 
Admirers of the French devolution, and of Liberty and Equality. 
4 pp. folio, unbound. London, 1810 

An extract from the Literary Panorama, an English periodical. Some of 
the descriptions of these " Imperial Worthies appear sq extraordinary and 
so atrocious that the nature of the English character will hardly give 
credit to them." Note the descriptions of Buonaparte himself. Letitia Ra- 
niolini, the mother of the Imperial Family, the sisters of Napoleon, etc. 

245. Indians. A collection of 34 arrow heads collected by Kennedy Palmer, 

of Eichmond, Va., on the banks of the Chickahoming Eiver, Henrico 
Co., Ya. Mounted on card. 

246. Intercepted Letters. (Published by Authority.) Letters de I'Armee 

en Egvpte, au Gouvernement Frangois. Interceptees par la corvette 
de sa Majeste Britannique, El Vincejo, dans la Mediterranee. 8vo, 
boards, leather back (several leaves repaired). Londres, 1800 

247. Invasion of England. An Appeal from the Passions to the Sense of the 

Country, upon Buonaparte and Invasion. 17 pp. 12mo, wrappers. 

London, 1803 

248. Invasion of Wales. The St. James' Chronicle on British Evening 

Post. Feb. 23-28, 1797. 2 Xos. Folio, as issued. London, 1797. 
Contains accounts of the landing of French troops in Wales, etc. 

249. Ireland (W. H.). France for the Last Seven Years; or, The Bourbons. 

8vo, boards, paper label, uncut. London, 1822 

250. Ireland (W. H.). France for the Last Seven Years; or, The Bourbons. 

1 vol. extended to 2 vols. 8vo, full polished crimson calf, symbolical 
gilt backs with bees, crowTied " X," and eagle, sides with triple line 
border, crowned " 'N " in centres, etc., inside gilt borders, gilt tops, 
bound for owner by Zaehnsdorf. London, 1822 

ExTRA-iLLUSTKATED bv the insertion of nearly 150 portraits, views, etc., 
many inlaid, and a number on India paper, with several proofs, including 
a facsimile of Napoleon's handwriting, portrait of Danton by Sandor after 
Bonneville. Schianvonetti's copperplate of the Duke of Angouleme, the 
scarce double-page view of Buonaparte at the Field of May, the colored 
print of Corporal Violet with its curious history and symbolical meaning, 
the colored portrait of Sir R. T. Wilson, etc., etc. 

251. Ireland (^Y. H.). France for the Last Seven Years; or, The Bourbons. 

8vo, boards (covers loose). London, 1822 

252. Ireland (W. H. — Editor). The Xapoleon Anecdotes; illustrating the 

Mental Energies of the late Emperor of France. Frontispieces. G 
vols, in 3, 24mo, full calf. London, 1822-3 

253. [Irish Lottery Tickets]. Two pieces; (1) Part share in the Sixth 

Lottery for 1811; (2) Part share in the Third Lottery for 1810. 
Autograph signature of Bish, Stock Broker, London, on both. 

254. Island Empire (the) ; or. the Scenes of the First Exile of the Emperor 

Napoleon I, with Narrative of his Eesidence on Elba. By the author 
of '' Blondelle." Colored portrait of Napoleon. 8vo, cloth. 

London. 1855 



255. Island Empire (the) ; or Sccno^^ of the First Exile of Napoleon on the 

Island of Elba. By the author of " Blondelle." 12mo, cloth. 

I'hiladelphia, 1855 

256. [JoMiNi (Barox de)]. Napoleon in the other "World. A Narrative 

written Jjy Himself and Found near his Tomb in St. Helena. By 
Xongo-Tee-Foh-Tchi, ^Mandarin of the Third Class. Curious frontis- 
piece. 8vo, original boards, uncut (somewhat worn). London, 1827 
The authorship of this work has been attributed to the Baron Jomini, 
aide-de-camp to Marshal Ney, etc. 

257. Jones (Paul). Life, Voyages and Sea Battles of the celebrated seaman, 

Paul Jones, still remembered by some of the old inhabitants now 
living in Wapping, he being originally in the Coal Trade, &c. Col- 
ored frontispiece in 5 compartments. 12mo, original wrappers, 
stitched. Derby [Eng.], n.d. [circa 1820] 

258. Jones (Paul). Het Leven van Paul Jones, uit Oorspronkelijke Stukken 

Opgemaakt, in bezit van John Henry Sherburne. Translated from 
the English. Portrait. 8vo, boards. Groningen, 1829 

A Swedish translation of Sherburne's Life of Paul Jones. 

259. Josephine. Life of the Empress Josephine, Wife of Napoleon I. Por- 

trait. 8vo, half blue morocco. Philadelphia, [1870] ' 

260. Journal of a Party of Pleasure to Paris, in August, 1802. 13 aquatint 

views from drawings by the author. 8vo, blue boards, uncut (back 
uncovered). London, 1814 

261. Journee de Mont Saint-Jean. Par Paul. (Pamphlet of 3-1 pp. review- 

ing many of the events in Napoleon's career, particularly those pre- 
vious to, and including, Waterloo, up to the period of the Allies' en- 
trance into Paris). 12mo, unbound and uncut. Paris, 1818 

262. JuNOT (Madame — Duchesse d'Abrantes). Memoirs of Napoleon, his 

Court and Family. 16 plates of Napoleon and his family. 2 vols. 8vo, 
half calf, gilt (binding poor). London, 1836 

263. Kennedy (General Sir James S.). Notes on the Battle of Waterloo. 

With a Brief Memoir of his Life and Services, and Plan for the De- 
fence of Canada. Folding plan of the Battle. (Slightly repaired). 
8vo, cloth (small label removed from front cover). London, 1865 

264. KiRCHENHOFFER (H.). Book of Fate formerly in the Possession of Na- 

poleon, and now First Eendered into English . . . from an 
Ancient Egyptian Manuscript. Folding Iry-plate, remounted on 
linen. 8vo, boards, cloth Ijack (landing stained), and a few pages 
loose). London, 1834 

265. [Kray (Baron)]. Pevolutions Almanach von 1801. ^Yith portraits of 

Baron Kray (Austrian general), Mourat Bey, and others, also views, 
etc. 12mo, original wrappers, loose. Gcittingen [1801] 

266. Kriegs und Friedens-Almanach von 1804. Vi'ith numerous portraits and 

views, including portraits of Lefevre, Duphot. Berthier, Bernadotte, 
Jourdan, Kellerman, Marceau and others. 12mo, old boards. 

Gottingen [1804] 



2()T. Labaume (Eugene). Narrative of the Campaign in Russia, in 1813 

. of wliifli the writer was an eye-witness, Transhited from 

the French. 12mo, printed hoards, imcut (worn). London, 1815 

2fi8. Labaume (Eugene). A Circumstantial Narrative of the Campaign in 
Eussia, containing description of scenes of which the author was an 
Eye-Witness. Translated from the French. Portrait, and plans of 
the battles of Moskwa and M alo-J aroslavitz. 8vo, recently bound in 
half calf, gilt (some leaves and plates stained). 

Hartford [Ct.], 1817 

•2G9. Labedoyere (Charles A. H., Comte De). Memoirs of the Public and 
Private Life of Napoleon Bonaparte; with Historical Illustrations 
and Original xlnecdotes. Colored map and portrait (uncolored). 2 
vols. 8vo, old calf, (binding worn and small portion of text of 1 p. 
torn). London [ca. 1827] 

270. Labedoyere (Charles A. H., Comte De). ^Memoirs of the Public and 

Private Life of Napoleon Bonaparte; with Historical Illustrations 
and Original Anecdotes. Colored iUustrations. 2 vols. 8vo, polished 
calf (1 side of 1 vol. loose). London, circa 1827 

The illustrations colored by hand probably some years later. Includes 
Napoleon's Will, and a chronological list of his achievements. 

271. Lacretelle (M. C). Analogies et Contrastes entre Olivier Cromwell et 

N. Buonaparte. Lus dans la seance publique annuelle des cinq Acad- 
emies de I'lnstitut de France, le 2 Mai 1837. li pp. 4to, unbound. 

[Paris, 1837] 
Author's presentation copy, with inscription on title. 

272. Lafayette (Marquis De). The St. James' Chronicle, Dec. 15-17, 1796. 

Folio, as issued. London, 1796 

Contains account of Lafayette in prison at Olmutz with speech of Pitt 
on keeping him there. Accompanied by portraits of both. 

273. Lamartixe (A. De). Portraits- Vignettes pour I'Histoire des Girondins. 

Dessins par Raffet. 11 parts (should be 12), 4to, wrappers, as issued, 
Paris, 1847; The Gallery of Pictures painted by Benjamin West 
. . . engraved in outline by Henry Moses. 15 plates (should 
be 16), 4to, unbound. London [1811] 

274. Lanfrey (P.). The History of Napoleon the First. 4 vols. 12mo, 

cloth, top edges uncut. With Index. London, 1886 

The best history of Napoleon from the point of view of "The Oppo- 
sition." 

275. Lange (Moritz). Napoleons Denckschriften von ihm selbst in St. 

Helena geschrieben. Full length portrait of Napoleon, seated, and 
surrounded hy officers. 12mo, old wrappers. Augsburg [1821] 

276. Langon (Baeon L. L.). Evenings with Prince Cambaceres, Second 

Consul, Arch-Chancellor, etc. Portraits. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. (Library 
copy). London, 1837 



277. Langox (Barox L. L.). Evenings with Prince Cambaceres, Second 

Consul. Portraits inserted. 2 vols. 12mo, half red morocco, gilt, 
gilt tops. (Writing on top margins of several pages). 

Philadelphia, 1838 

278. Lanterne Magique (La) de la Kue Imperiale. (A curious review 

of the affairs of Paris, &c., from the time of the arrival of the youth- 
ful Napoleon and his family from Corsica to the entry of Louis 
XVIII.) 8 pp. 12mo, in crudely-made wrappers. 

[Paris, circa 1814] 

279. Larochejaquelein (Doxxissax, Marquise De). Memoirs of the 

Marchioness De Larochejaquelein. Map of the theatre of war in La 
Vendee, and illustrations. Translated from the French. 8vo, half 
red morocco, symbolical gilt back, gilt top, uncut. Edinburgh, 1816 
Extra-illustrated by the insertion of numerous portraits and views, 
several on India paper. 

280. Larpext (Sir George — Editor). The Private Journal of F. Seymour 

Larpent, attached to Headquarters of Lord Wellington during the 
Peninsular War, from 1812 to its close. Second Edition, Eevised. 2 
vols. 12mo, half red calf, gilt. London, 1853 

281. Las Cases (Emmaxuel A. D. M. J., Co^ute De). Journal of the Private 

Life and Conversations of the Emperor Xapoleon at Saint Helena. 
Xew Edition. Portraits and maps, several inserted. 4 vols. 8vo, 
half calf. London, 1824 

282. Laskey (Captaix J. C). Description of the Medals Struck by Order 

of Xapoleon, Commemorating the Most Pemarkable Battles and 
Events during his Dynasty. Portrait and vignettes. Eoyal 8vo. 
green straight-grain morocco, gilt back and sides, gilt edges. 

London, 1818 

A UNIQUE VOLUME, witli colored armorial bookplate of C. R. Taylor, a 
former owner, and containing a remarkable series of pencil-sketclies by 
him of 148 medals, obverse and reverse [nearly 300 drawings in all], 
copied from the originals. These sketches are mounted on about 30pp. 
and bound in, together with a descriptive title carefully printed in ink 
by his hand. Laid in are a well-executed pencil likeness of Mr. Taylor 
by George Dance, and a photograph of the Chevalier John Taylor, M.D. 

The details of the medals are unusually distinct, exhibiting marvelous 
patience and skill on the part of Mr. Taylor, who must have devoted 
many days to the work. The occurrences commemorated begin with the 
Battle of Montenotte in 179G, and conclude with Napoleon's embarkation 
at Rochefort in ISlo. 

Medals sketched comprise that portion generally known as the "Mint 
Series," completed by the addition of those medals which were in prog- 
ress at the Restoration of the Bourbons, and are chiefly from the designs 
of the Baron Deuon, '" directeur du Musee Napoleon a i*aris." 

283. Lavallette (Marie Chamaxs, Comte De). Memoirs of Count Laval- 

lette. Written by Himself. Portrait (laid in). 2 vols. Svo, half 
calf (slightly rubbed). London, 1831 

284. Lavater (Jeax G.). Le Lavater Portatif, ou Precis de I'Art de Con- 

naitre les Hommes par les Traits du Yisage. Portrait and 32 plates, 
IX COLOR. Square 24mo, wrappers, uncut (worn). Paris, 1812 



285. Lavatek (Johx C). Portatif. With 56 plates in colors, should he GJf. 

2 vols. 12mo, original wrappers, loose. Bruxelles, 1826 

286. Leach (Lieut.-Col. J.). Rough Sketches of the Life of an Old Soldier 

during a Service in the West Indies . . . including the Battles of 
Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Colored frontispiece, inserted. 8vo, half 
red morocco, symbolical gilt back, gilt top. Loudon, 1831 

287. Leffingwell Catalogue. Autograph Letters and Historical Docu- 

ments collected by the late Prof. E. H. Leffingwell, of New Haven, 
Conn., sold by auction in Boston, January 6, 1891, and following 
days. Complete in 2 parts. Priced. Eoyal 8vo, half red morocco. 

Boston, 1891 

288. Letters from Portugal and Spain, written during the March of the 

British Troops under Sir John Moore. By an Officer. Map and 
plates. 8vo, half calf. " London, 1809 

289. Lewis (James H.). Orations on the Battle of Waterloo, and on the 

Rise and Fall of Buonaparte. 12mo, printed boards, uncut (shaken). 

London, 1815 

290. Life of Bonaparte, First Consul, from his Birth to the Peace of Lune- 

ville. Translated from the French. Portrait engraved by Heath. 
8vo, half calf (plate spotted, and name on title). London^ 1802 

291. [Lockhart (J. G.)]. The Court and Camp of Buonparte. Illustrated. 

16mo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt top. London, 1831 

Extra-illustrated by the insertion of 49 portraits of Napoleon's Mar- 
shals, Generals, and members of his family, including engraved frontis- 
piece of Talleyrand by E. Finden. 

292. LocKwooD (Joseph). Guide to St. Helena, Descriptive and Historical,' 

with a Visit to Longwood and Napoleon's Tomb. 12 mo, cloth. 

St. Helena, 1851 

293. Long and Beresford Letters. A Reply to the Misrepresentations and 

Aspersions on the Military Reputation of the late Lieut.-Gen. R. B. 
Long (C. E. Long). Also, a Second Letter to C. E. Long by General 
Lord Viscount Beresford. In 1 vol., 8vo, half crimson calf, gilt 
back with the cro-^Tied " jST," by Larkins. London, 1832-4: 

291. London Chronicle (The). June 30, Julv 16, 1789. 4to. Se^vn. 

London, 1789 
Contains General Washington's Speech April 13th, 17S9 ; also other 
items of American interest. 

295. London Chronicle (The). August 8 to September 3, 1789 (not quite 

consecutive). 2 pieces, 4to, Sewn. London, 1789 

296. Long Island. Long Island Star. August 30, 1810. 4 pp., folio. 

Brooklyn, 1810 
Contains an account of the total annihilation of the Press in Fi'ance 
commencing, " By late Decree of Napoleon's the last spark of freedom in 
France has been extinguished." 



297. Louis XVI. The Whitehall Evening Post. June 25-28 and 3U, July 2, 

1791. 2 pes. Folio, as issued. London, 1791 

Contains account of the pursuit and capture of Louis XVI. and family. 

29S. Louis XVI. The London Chronicle, June 23-30, 1791. 2 pes., small 
folio, as issued. London, 1791 

Contains account of tlie flight and capture of Louis XVL 

299. Louis XVI. National Convention. The Defence of Louis. Translated 

from the French hy Cezar Duboc. 2 portraits, inserted. IGmo, 
modern wrappers. Paris; National Press, 1792 

Citizen Deseze was one of Louis' " official councils," and wrote his de- 
fence of the King in four nights, delivering it at the Bar of the National 
Convention, December 2G, 1792, the first year of the French Republic. 

300. Louis XVL The Whitehall Evening Post, Dec. 29, 1792-Jan. 1, 1793. 

Folio, as issued. London, 1793 

Contains an account of the trial of Louis XVL 



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301. Louis XVL Baldwin"? London Weekly Journal, Jan. 5, 12, 19 and 26, 

and Feb. 2, 1793 (containing account of the trial and execution). 
With 5 extra plates. Together, 11 pieces. 

302. Louis XVI. The Leeds Mercury, Jan. 26, 1793. Folio, as issued. 

Leeds, 1793 
rontains the sentence on Louis XVI. and a selection of tlie reasons of 
the various members of the National Convention why he should be sen- 
tenced to death. 

303. Louis XYI. The Leeds Mercury, Feb. 2, 1793. Folio, as issued. 

Leeds, 1793 
Contains account of the execution of Louis XVI. 

304. Louis XVL Trapp (Joseph). Proceedings of tbe French Xational 

Convention on the Trial of Louis XVI ; to which are added inter- 
esting particulars attending the Treatment and Execution of the 
ill-fatecl Monarch. Illustrated. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt top, 
uncut. London; Printed for the Author, 1793 

Extra-illustrated by the insertion of 76 portraits, views, &c., some 
on India paper, and a number inlaid. 

305. Louis XVI. The London Chronicle, July 7-9, 1795. Small folio, as 

issued. London, 1795 

Contains account of the exchange of the daughter of Louis XVI. 

306. Louis XVI. The St. James's Chronicle, Jan. 2-5, and 7-9, 1796. 2 

pieces. Folio, as issued. London, 1796 

Contains information I'egarding the daughter of Louis XVI. 

307. Louis XVIL The London Chronicle, June 13-16, and 18-20, 1795. 

2 vols, small. Folio, as issued. With portrait. London, 1795 

Contains account of the death of the Dauphin and of the post-mortem 
on the body. 

308. Louis XVIII. Eegnauld (Joseph). Le Serment des Frangais a Louis 

XVIII. A Poem. Cut on- title. 8 pp. small 4to, unbound. (Pen- 
cilled notes on final page.) Paris, 1814 



309. Louis XYIII. Le Cri du Peuple (J. E. Lamolle) ; L'Accueil de Louis 

XVIII an Cri du Peuj)le. Portrait (laid in). 2 pp. small 4to 
(writing at bottom 2d page). Paris, 1814 

310. Louis XVIII. Extrait du Moniteur du Dimanche 8 Mai, 1814. (Ap- 

points Ney, Augereau, Macdonald, Dupont and others, on the " Con- 
seil de la Guerre/' &c.). 2 f)p. small 4to. Paris, 1814 

311. Louis XVIII. Extrait du Moniteur du 7 Mai 1814. Garde Rationale 

Sedentaire de Paris. Ordre du Jour. (Signed by Dessole, le general 
commandant en chef). 2 pp. 4to. Paris, 1814 

312. Louis XVIII. Extrait du Moniteur du 4 Mai 1814. (Particulars of the 

Eirst Audience held by Louis as King of France, with addresses of 
welcome, &c.). Cnt of ''fleur-de-lis" on shield, &c. 4 pp. 4to, un- 
bound. Paris, 1814 

313. Louis XVIII. Aux Francois. Manifesto, in French, from Louis, several 

months prior to X^apoleon's abdication, commenting upon " TUsur- 
pateur du Trone de St. Louis," &c. Signed, Louis. 1 p. 4to (1 
corner stained). Hartwell, 1814 

A valuable historical document issued to the People of France by Louis, 
from Hartwell, Bucks. England, to which place he had been banished 
after the Peace of Tilsitt. 

314. Louis XVIII. Charte Constitutionelle ; Declaration de Saint-Ouen, 

Droit public des Frangais, De I'Ordre judiciaire, &c. Engraved por- 
trait (stained at top), laid in. Small oblong folio, folded. 

Paris, &c., 1814-5 

315. Louis XVIII. Extrait de la Gazette Officielle. Paris, le 3 Aoiit, 1815. 

Ordonnances du Poi. (Upon military promotions, &c.) 4 pp. 
small 4to, unbound. With portrait of the king, laid in. Paris, 1815 

316. Louis XVIII. Ordonnances du Eoi [Louis XVIII]. Extrait de la 

Gazette Officielle, Paris le 31 Aout, 1815. (Gives many details rela- 
tive to the formation of a new Cavalry Organization, imprisonment of 
General Moncey, &c.). 4 pp. small 4to, unbound. Portraits of the 
King and Moncey, laid in. Paris, 1815 

317. Louis XVIII. Extrait du Moniteur du 9 Juillet 1815. (Description of 

the arrival of the King, the scenes upon his entry into the capital, the 
display of white cockades, address of the Count de Chabrol, &c.). 
4 pp. small 4to, unbound, uncut. Paris, 1815 

318. Louis XVIII. Extrait du Moniteur et de la Gazette Officielle du 25 

Juillet, 1815. Ordonnance du Eoi. (Appoints many new Peers, with 
list of names, &c.). 4 pp. 4to, unbound. " Paris, 1815 

319. Louis PniLirPE. Essai sur les Comtes de Paris. Au Profit de I'oeuvre 

des Mercs de famille. Portrait of the Duchesse D'Orleans. 8vo, 
stamped morocco, sides with centre monogram of " LP " with crown 
in gold, gilt back, gilt edges. Paris, 1841 

From the library of Louis Philippe, King of France, with a pencilled 
note on flyleaf to that effect. 



320. LouvET (J. B.). Narrative of the Dangers to whicli I have been Ex- 

posed since May 31, 1793. 8vo, paper wrappers, inicut. 

Dublin, 1795 

321. Lowe (Sik Hudson). Memorial cle Sir H. Lowe, Eelatif a la Captivite 

de Xapoleon a Sainte-Helene. Portrait. 12nio, wrappers, uncut 
(lacks atlas with views). Bruxelles, 1830 

322. [Lowell (James Russell).] Eagle. Vol. 1. No. 3. Feb. 2, 1848. 4 

pp. Folio, as issued. New York, 1848 

Contains the poem "The Royal Pedigree" by Lowell, probably its first 
appearance. 

323. Ltoxs Dispatch. Extrait du Moniteur du Dimanche 2 Avril 1815. 

Depeches Telegraphiques. (From the Prefect and Division Com- 
mander, April 1. Mentions that all is quiet at Lyons, the arrival at 
Montelimart of the Duke of Angouleme, &c.). 2 pp. 8vo (slight 
repair to part of leaf). Laid in are 3 engraved views of Lyons, and 
a plan of same. [Paris, 1815] 

324. Maciroxe (Francis). Interesting Facts relating to the Fall and Death 

of Joachim Murat, King of Naples ; and the Second Eestoration of 
the Bourbons ; and, A Few Specimens of the Ars Logica Copleiana, 
or, Solicitor-General's Logic. 2 vols, in 1, 8vo, half calf. 

London, 1817-20 

325. Mackay (Samuel — Translator). Campaigns of the Armies of France, 

in Prussia, Saxony, and Poland, in 1806^-7. With Biographical Notes. 
Translated from the French. 4 vols, in 2, 8vo, original boards, uncut, 
(binding poor and many leaves stained). Boston, 1808 

326. [Magen (Hippoltte)]. Les Deux Cours, et Les Nuits de St. Cloud; 

Moeurs, Debauches et Crimes de la Famille Bonaparte. 24mo, half 
morocco, gilt, gilt top. Bruxelles et Paris, 1852-1870 

327. Maitland (Captain F. L.). Narrative of the Surrender of Buonaparte, 

and of his Eesidence on board the Bellerophon. Chart. 8vo, boards 
(binding st)mewhat shaken, and name on title). London, 182G 

328. Malmesbuky (Earl of). Memoirs of an Ex-Minister. An Autobiog- 

raphy. New Edition. 12mo, cloth. London, 1885 

329. Manuel des Amis de la Constitution. Illustrated. 12mo, boards, uncut. 

Paris, 1792; Campaign of General Bonaparte, Edinburgh, 1800, 
12mo, boards, uncut; Memoirs of the Life and Actions of Napoleon, 
12mo, boards, uncut, Hudson (N. Y.), (all slightly imperfect). To- 
gether, 3 vols. 

330. Manuscript of 1814. History of events Avhich led to the Abdication of 

Napoleon. Written at the Command of the Emperor, by Baron Fain. 
Large folding map of the Campaign of 1814 and facsimile. 8vo, 
boards, uncut (binding slightly damaged). London, 1823 

Fain was Napoleon's secretary in his later campaigns. 



331. Manusckipt traiisinitted from St. Helena Ijj an Unknown ('liannel. 

Translated I'l-om the French. [J. F. L. De Chateauvienx |. 8vo, 
half cloth. London, 1817 

332. Manuscript transmitted from St. Helena, 1)}' an Unknown Cliannel. 

Translated from the French. lUustrations. 8vo, half red morocco, 
symbolical gilt back, gilt top, nncnt. London, 1817 

Extra-illustrated by the insertion of 35 portraits and views, a few 
inlaid. A scarce antobiograpliy of Napoleon, said to have been fabricated 
by J. F. L. De Chateauvienx. 

333. Marat (Jean Faul). Baldwin's London AVeekly Jonrnal, July 27, 

1793. Folio, as issued. London, 1793 

Contains account of the assassination of Marat, accompanied by por- 
traits of Marat and Corday. 

334. Marat (Jean Faul). The Leeds Mercury. July 27, August 3 and 17, 

1793. 3 N^os. Folio, as issued. With portraits of Marat and Corday. 
(5 pieces). Leeds, 1793 

Contains material relating to Marat and Charlotte Corday. 

335. Marie iVNTOiNETTE. Authentic Trial at Large of Marie Antoinette, 

before the Eevolutionary Tribunal, October 15, 1793 . . . with 
Supplement containing Particulars of her Execution. Oval portrait 
(inserted). 12mo, half morocco. London, 1793 

33G. Marie Antoinette. Baldwin's London "Weekly Journal, Aug. 31 and 
Oct. 26, 1793, and The Leeds Mercury Oct. 26 and Nov. 2, 1793 
(containing account of the trial and execution). With 4 illustrations. 

337. Marie Antoinette. Weber (Joseph). Memoirs of Maria Antoinetta, 

including several important periods of the French Revolution. Trans- 
lated from the French by E. C. Dallas, and others. Por,traits hy 
BartoJozzi and Schiavonetti, including Marie Antoinette, Marie 
Therese, Charles Philippe, and others. 3 vols. 8vo, half mottled calf, 
gilt (binding worn). London, 1805-1812 

The author is said to have been a foster-brother of Marie Antoinette. 

338. Marie-Louise. Maire de la Yille de Strasbourg. Programme de la 

Eeception de S. M. L'Imperatrice-Eeine, Marie-Louise d'Autriche; 
(et) Ordre de Marche. 2 pieces (1) 10 pp. small 4to, wrappers; 
(2) 3 pp. 12mo, unbound. Strasbourg, 1810 

Contains interesting details concerning the reception accorded Marie 
Louise in Strasbourg on her way to Paris to meet Napoleon after her 
marriage to liim, by proxy, at Vienna, March 11, ISIO. 

339. Marriage of Napoleon. Ausfiihrliche Beschreibung der feierlichen 

Bermahlung Sr. Majestat des Kaisers Napoleon mit Ihro Majestat 
der Kaiserin Marie Louise zu St. Cloud am I. April 1810. With 
representation of the ceremony in colors " Vennahlung sr. Franzos 
Kays; Mayes teit." Small 4to, pp. 4 (unpaged). n.p. 1810 

340. Massachusetts Centinel (The). Nov. 16. 19, 26, 1785. 3 Nos. 

Small folio, as issued. Boston, 1785 

Contains a poem on a Mohawk chief, preparing for war. 



341. Massachusetts Centinel (The). Dec. 1, 10, 14, 1785. 3 No3. Small 

folio, as issued. Boston, 1785 

Contains " Winter " by Samuel Jolinson, probably its first appearance 
in this country. 

343. Massachusetts Cextinel (The). Dec. 17, 21, 24, 28, 1785. 4 Nos. 
Small folio, as issued. Boston, 1785 

343. Massachusetts Cextinel (The). June 20, 24, 37, 1789. 3 Nos. 

Small folio, as issued. Boston, 1789 

Contains Morse's Memoirs of General Washington, complete. 

344. Massacres of Paris. A Series of Letters; containing a Particular Ac- 

count of the Massacres of Paris, in June-September, 1792. 12mo, 
boards, cloth back (label removed from front cover). 

[London], Printed for the Booksellers, 1793 

Includes several letters from Lafayette to the Kiuj,' and the National 

Assembly on the Massacres of the Swiss Guard, the mob at the Tuileries, 

&c., and other letters on those terrible times preceding the actual French 

Revolution. 

345. Mayor's Piioclamatiox. De par M. le Maire, MM. les Lieutenant de 

Maire, et Conseillers-Administrateurs au Departement de la Police. 
Proclamation. Du Samedi 6 Mars, 1790. Woodcut of municipal 
arms. Folio. Paris, 1790 

A lengthy proclamation, in three wide columns, issued by Bailly, first 
mayor of Paris under Louis XVI., relative to smuggling in tobacco, &c., 
which appears to have affected the people of both city and town, and 
calls upon all good citizens, churchmen, and others, to obey the laws 
concerning '* marchaudises prohibees." 

346. Medallic History oe ISTapoleon. A series of one hundred and fifty- 

six (list as below says one hundred and fifty-five) wax impressions 
from the original bronze medals, illustrating the history of Napoleon 
and the prominent events in his life, and a few of the eminent person- 
ages connected with him. All laid on 7 specially made trays, each in 
a separate sunken compartment, with complete " Explication des 
Medailles de Xapoleon " (ms, of 32 pp. folio, written in a neat 
contemporary hand). All are numbered but need re-arrangement, 
some being out of order according to the list. 

The collection illustrates the events in French history between the years 
1791 and 1815. Liberty is always represented by a woman ; in some cases 
she is presenting the Constitution to the people, or handing the keys to a 
warrior, that he may enter and take the desired fortress. Every event in 
Napoleon's career is well depicted. In some cases he is represented as a 
Caesar, bearing the sceptre and clothed in imperial robes. On the field 
of battle, in commemoration of great victories, such as Marengo, Auster- 
litz, etc., he is invariably represented by Victory, hovering in the air, 
and holding a crown and palm. He is also represented in the form of the 
rising sun hovering over Europe. The events of his private life are por- 
trayed, and include his marriage, baptism of his son, etc. 

347. Memoirs of the Duchesse de Tourzel, Governess to the Children of France 

during the Years 1789-90-1-2-3-5. Published by the Duke des 
Cars. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, top edges uncut. London, 1886 



348. MiGNET (A. F.). History of the French Eevolution, i'rom ViSd to 181-1. 
Portrait of Lafayette, and table. 12mo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt 
top. London, 1826 

3-49. Military Affairs. Gazette Oflficielle, Vendredi, 11 Aout 1815. Ordon- 
nances du Eoi. (Signed by Louis, eoimtersigiied by Saint-Cyr, 
Talleyrand, and others. Concerns affairs of the army, the forma- 
tion of legions of each department, regiments of the line, etc.) 8 pp. 
4to, stitched. Paris, 1815 

350. Military Events. Observations sur le rapport du Ministre des rela- 

tions exterieuvres Due de Bassano, du 9 Janvier 1813. 2 pp. small 
4to. [Paris, 1813] 

351. Mir ABE Au, Du Barry, and others. The London Chronicle, April 7, 9, 

12 and 14, 1791 (containing accounts of Mirabeau, with 3 extra 
prints), also. The Leeds Mercury, December 28, 1793 (containing 
account of the execution of Mfadame Du Barry), and other contem- 
porary papers. Together, 11 pieces. 

352. Mirabeau (H. G. De E.). The Whitehall Evening Post, April 7-9 and 

9-12, 1791. 2 Nos. Folio, as issued. London, 1791 

Contains account of tlie death and funeral of Mirabeau. 

353. Mitchell (Lieut.-Col. J.). The Fall of Xapoleon: An Historical 

Memoir. 3 vols. 12mo, cloth (Library labels removed from covers). 

London, 1845 

354. Moxtelimart News, &c. Extrait du Moniteur du Mardi 11 Avril. 

1815. (Gives dispatch from General Grouchy concerning defeat of 
Duke of Angouleme; also contains proclamation of Napoleon rela- 
tive to the '•' Garde Rationale.") 4 pp. small 4to, unbound. 

Paris, 1815 

355. MoNTHOLON (Charles Tristax). ^lemoirs of the History of France 

during the Eeign of Napoleon . . . published from the Original 
Manuscripts. Facsimile. 2 vols. 8vo, blue boards, paper labels, 
uncut. London, 1823 

356. Moxtholon and Gourgaud. Memoirs of the History of France during 

the Eeign of Napoleon. Dictated to the Generals who shared his 
Captivity at St. Helena, and published from the Original Manu- 
scripts corrected by Himself. Maps, plans and facsimiles. 7 vols. 
8vo, half crimson calf, gilt. London, 1823-4 

Ttiese Memoirs were dictated by Napoleon to his generals during the 
six years he was a captive upon the Island of St. Helena. 

357. Moody (C. L.— Editor). Sketch of Modern France, In a Series of Let- 

ters to a Lady of Fashion, Written in 1796 and 1797, by a Lady. 
8vo, cloth. London, 1798 

These letters were written partly in France and partly in Switzerland 
at the time Napoleon was in Italy and in the midst of his campaign 
there. 



358. ]\IooRE (James). A Narrative of the Campaign of tlie British Army 

in Spain, commanded hy Sir John Moore. Authenticated by Official 
Papers and Original Letters. Maps and portraits, several of the 
latter inserted. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt top, partly uncut. 

London, 180!) 

359. MoREAU (General Jean Victor). Moreau's Eeise aus Franfreich 

nach Amerika in malerischen Briefen an seine Gattin. 12mo, old 
wrajDpers, uncut, and mainly unopened. Paris, 1805 

360. MoREAu (General Jean Victor). Sketch of the Life of General 

]\[oreau; and Details of his Last Moments. By Paul Svinne. To 
which is added an Appendix containing several Interesting Letters. 
Illustrated. 18mo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt top, original wrappers 
bound in. New York; E. Duyckinck, 181-1 

Extra-illustrated by the insertion of over 30 portraits, views, &c., in- 
cluding a curious cut of Niagara Falls, and one of Moreau's Disaster be- 
fore Dresden. Printed on tinted paper. 

361. Morgan (Lady Sidney). France. 3 vols. 8vo, blue boards, uncut 

(back somewhat damaged). London, 1817 

362. Morning Chronicle (The) and London Advertiser. January 31, 1783, 

March 29, 1783, and April 10, 1783. 3 pieces. Folio, as issued. 

London, 1783 
Contains articles on America, etc. 

363. Morning Chronicle (The) and London Advertiser, Mar. 27, April 

16, 1783. 2 pieces. Folio, as issued. London, 1783 

364. Morris (Thomas). Eecollections of Military Service, in 1813-14-15, 

through Germany, Holland and France; including details of the 
Battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 12mo, original cloth (worn). 

London, 1845 

365. Mounteney (Barclay). An Historical Inquiry into the Principal Cir- 

cumstances and Events relative to the late Emperor Napoleon, in 
which are investigated the Charges brought against the Government 
and Conduct of that eminent Individual. 8vo, half crimson calf, 
gilt, gilt top, uncut by Eiviere. (Title probably in facsimile.) 

London, 1824 

366. Movements of the Army. Extrait du Moniteur, du 3 Mai 1815. 

(Announces the fortification of the towns of the Northern frontier, 
those of the Interior, the formation of the " corps d'observations," 
&c., &c.) 4 pp. small 4to, unbound. Paris, 1815 

367. Muffling (Baron Von). Passages from my Life; with Memoirs of 

the Campaign of 1813 and 1814. Edited by Col. Philip Yorke. 
8vo, cloth. London, 1853 



368. Municipal Notice. JMmiieipalite de Paris. Par le Claire et les Officiers 

Municipaux. Extrait du Eegistre des deliberations du Corps Munici- 
pal, du vingtsixieme jour de la troisieme decade du deuxieme niois 
de I'an second de la Eepublique Frangaise. Folio. Paris, 1793 

Measures proposed for the regulation and sale of charcoal. Issued by 
Pache, mayor, and contains the names of Delepiue, Levasseur, Magendie, 
and others. Date of this broadside corresponds to that of the Gregorian 
calendar, Nov. 15, 1793. 

369. Murray (Captain A.). Memoir of the Naval Life and Services of 

Sir Philip C. H. C. Durham. 8vo, polished calf, gilt, inside gilt 
borders, by Eiviere. London, 1846 

Covers the years 1777-1845, and includes interesting information con- 
cerning the loss of the Royal George; meetings with the French Marshal 
Macdonald, Admiral Nelson, and others ; battle of Quiberon Bay, etc. 

370. Napoleon. The St. James's Chronicle. June 7-9, 1796. Folio, as 

issued. London, 1796 

Contains Bonaparte's Proclamation of a treaty with Sardinia. 

371. Napoleon. The St. James's Chronicle. January 16-19 and 21-23, and 

May 17-19, 1796. 3 Nos. Folio, as isstted. London, 1796 

Contains articles on the Council of 500, etc. 

372. Napoleon. Eevolutions Almanach von 1798. With imrtraits, including 

BiLonaparte {oval medaUion, long hair), Williatn Pitt, Barras, Car- 
not, etc., also views. 12mo, original boards, uncut. 

Gottingen [1798] 

373. Napoleon. Bell's Weekly Messenger. September 15, 1799. Folio, as 

issued. Two views and one portrait. London, 1799 

Contains important war information, news of the Council of 500, iSir 
Sydney Smith's defeat of Napoleon at Acre, etc. 

374. Napoleon. Bell's Weekly Messenger. November 24, 1799. Folio, as 

issued. With 3 appropriate prints. Together, 4 pieces. 

London, 1799 
Contains account of the dissolving of the Council of 500. 

375. Napoleon. Paix avec toutes les Puissances. Voici le detail historique 

de la Vie du General Bonaparte, &c. (Sketch of his life from his 
birth in 1769 to 1801). 8 pp. 16mo, unbound. Paris, 1801 

376. Napoleon. Le Messager du Soir. August 15, 16, 19 and 28, 1815. 4 

vols, folio, as issued. [Paris], 1815 

Issued soon after Waterloo, and containing interesting accounts of 
Napoleon, Ney and others. 

377. Napoleon. Schilderung der Abfiihrung Bonaparte's in seine Gefan- 

genschaft auf die Insel St. Helena. Finely colored frontispiece. 
"Napoleon's Ahfiihrung nach St. Helena, 1815." Small 4to, un- 
bound, pp. 8. ' n.p. 1815 

378. Napoleon. Annalitischc und chronologische Uebersicht der wichtigsten 

Lebensmomente Napoleons (1769-1821), (probably excerpt). 12mo, 
unbound, pp. 32. n.p.n.d. \ca. 1821] 



379. Xapoleox. Sainsbury (J.). Facsimiles of all the Different Signatures 

of the Emperor Napoleon. 8 pp. 4to, sheets, inlaid. London [183G] 
Thirty of these signatures are given, from 1785, when he was a second 
lieutenant, to 1816, when he was at St. Helena. Also, in connection, is 
given a sketch of the events associated with them. 

380. Xapoleox. A collection of metal medals after the original bronzes, in- 

cluding Napoleon and Marie Louise, Napoleon (several), Siege de 
la Bastille, Josephine, etc. All in sunken mounts. Together, 10 
pieces, various sizes, enclosed in morocco covers, with Napoleon's 
arms on sides, eagle on back, etc. (binding needs repairs, and was 
executed probably about 183S). Folio. 

381. Napoleox. Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, from the Best French and 

English Authorities; including his Original Correspondence, &c. 
Colored title; portrait, and SO illustrations in the text. 8vo, half 
morocco (a few leaves loose). London, 1839 

382. Napoleox. Napoleon's Werke, nach den vorhandenen Quellen chronolo- 

gisch geordnet. etc. Illustrated. 12mo, half cloth. Chemmiz, 1840. 

383. Napoleox. Bronze statuette, full length in uniform, arms folded over 

breast, standing, white marble base. Height, including base, 6I/2 
inches. Unsigned. 

384. Napoleox as Author. Rosario, or the Mysterious Sorceress. A Eoman- 

tic Tale, by Napoleon Bonaparte. Translated from the French. 
Frontispiece. 18mo, modern vrrappers, uncut. London, n.d. 

Said to have been written by Napoleon during the period he dreamed 
of becoming an author, about 17S7-9, when he was eighteen or nineteen 
years old. 

385. Napoleox at Bkiexxe. Assier (Alexandre). Napoleon ler a I'Ecole 

Eoyale Militaire de Brienne, d'apres des Documens Authentiques et 
Inedits, 1TT9-1784. 48 pp. 8vo, original printed wrappers, uncut. 

Paris, 1874 
An interesting account of Napoleon's school-life at Brienne. One of only 
120 copies issued, and one of 10 copies printed on " papier rose." 

386. Napoleox at Dresdex. Copies of the Original Letters and Despatches 

of the Generals, Ministers, Grand Officers of State, at Paris, to Na- 
poleon at Dresden; intercepted by the Allies in North Germany. 
Portrait inserted. 8vo, half red morocco, symbolical gilt back, gilt 
top, uncut (writing on the French half-title). London, 1814 

387. Napoleox at Lyoxs. Decret Imperial, Rendu a Lyon, le 12 Mars, 1815. 

2 pp. small 4to, unbound. 

Copy of a decree of Napoleon relative to pardon by amnestv. During 
his four days' stay in Lyons he is reported to have issued many other 
decrees, orders, &c. 

388. Napoleox Autobiography. Vie de Napoleon, ecrite par Lui-^Meme. 

Frontispiece portrait. 18mo, boards, leather back, uncut. 

Bruxelles, 1830 



389. Napoleon Ciiapbook. La Vie Heroique et Glorieuse clu Consul Bona- 

parte, Depuis I'epoque cle sa naissance jusqu a la paix generale. Par 
les Citoyens Aubert and Dnbocq. Curious ivoodcut of Bonaparte, as 
Premier Consul, in colors (by hand). 12 pp. 12mo, uncut, crudely 
backed with paper. [Paris, circa 1800] 

A Napoleonic Ciiapbook containing the events of his life, in French 
verse, from his birth to the Peace of Luueville. 

390. Napoleon Gallery; or, Illustrations of the Life and Times of the 

Emperor of France. Engraved by eminent artists from the most 
■ celebrated pictures in France. Square 8vo, cloth, gilt edges. 

Boston [1888] 

391. Napoleon's Invasion of Eussia. Geande Armee Bulletins. A 

Complete Set of the Bulletins of the Grande Armee issued by Na- 
poleon during the Invasion of Eussia, 1812-1813, Nos. 1 to 29, in- 
clusive ; Nouvelles Off icielles, G numbers ; Extracts from the " Moui- 
teur/' 4 pieces. Woodcuts of Imperial eagle. Together, 39 pieces, 2 
pp. and 4 pp. each (152 pp.), stitched, unbound (a few pencilled 
marginal notes in unknown hand). Paris, 1812-1813 

A COMPLETE SET OF THE 29 BULLETINS OF THE GrANDE ArMEE ISSUED 

DURING Napoleon's Russian Campaign, commencing with the '* Premier 
Bulletin." dated Gumbinem, 20 Jnhi, 1812, in which is briefly sketched the 
movements of the French army, its condition of armament, &c., up to and 
incorporating the famous " 29e Bulletin," dated Molodetsckno. 3d Decem- 
ber, 1S12, wherein Najioleon endeavors to prove that the elements were 
responsible for all his disasters in that memorable campaign. 

These Bulletins were dispatched to the headquarters of the French 
army in Paris and appeared in the official organ of the Government, " Le 
Moniteur," about two weeks in each instance after being forwarded from 
Gumbinem, Witkowiski, Kowuo, Wilna, Gloubokoe, Smolensk, Moscow, and 
other points of issue in Russia and elsewhere. 

In addition to the Bulletins there are 8 Nouvelles Officielles de la 
" Grande Armee that were issued in Paris and printed in the " Moniteur " 

from January 10, 1813, to April 23, 1813, after Napoleon had forsaken the 
Armee at Smorgani, leaving the King of Naples in command. These con- 
tain news of the Grande Armee from time to time, the French army of the 
North. &c., &c. "Also, there are several extracts from the " Moniteur " 
commenting upon certain occurrences reported in the Bulletins. 

In these remarkable records of Napoleon are embodied the official ac- 
counts of the doings of the French and Russian forces during the period 
of the Invasion of Russia. They present in brief but vivid sentences the 
advance of Buonparte after leaving Dresden : the mobilization of his vast 
army ; the seizure of Yilna, the ancient capital of the Lithuanian Gedimin, 
from Avhich town Bulletins No. 4, 5. 6 and 7 were issued; the attempted 
capture and final occupation of Smolensk the Sacred, the " Key of 
Russia ;" the advance on. and possession of. Moscow, from which Bulle- 
tins 19 to 24, Inclusive, were sent forth and in which are published the 
details of the burning of tlie city, the evacuation thereof; retreat from 
Russia, &c. 

Incorporated in this set is the renowned '' 29e Bulletin." dated Molo- 
detsckno, December 17, 1812, wherein Napoleon states that his series of 
disasters in the Russian campaign were due entirely to natural conditions 
over which he had no control, concluding with the curt sentence about his 
own fine physical condition. 

.Tomini. De Segur, Thiers. Joyneville, and others have fully treated most 
of the incidents reported in the Bulletins, and it is suggested that all in- 
terested refer to the volumes of those historians for additional particulars 
regarding them, including, in addition to the events already noted, Napo- 
leon's Proclamation commencing, "The second Polish war has begun." the 



wen-known skirmishes and battles mentioned; the great generals named, 
with their commands, etc.; the numerous and varied reports from those 
in authority of the principal persons and incidents of the Invasion; the 
treatment of prisoners by both sides; the burning of Moscow by the Rus- 
sians; the approach to that city of the French army then reduced from 
420.000 men at the passage of the Niemen to 100,000; the horrors of the 
nine days' retreat from Moscow in the midst of intense cold; the flight of 
Napoleon to Paris, &c., &c. 

Laid in are 18 copperplates, &c., 12mo and Svo, of Russian scenes, in- 
cluding a plate after Cruikshank, a scarce one by Spendelowe, and plates 
by French engravers [1S09-1S30]. 

There appears to be no record or any sale by auction of a complete 

SET OF THESE NaPOLEON BULLETINS. THERE ARE NONE OF THEM IN THE 
FINE COLLECTIONS OF SaINSBURY, LaTTA, '&C. 

302. Napoleon's Invasion of Eussia. 29nie Bulletin de la Grande Armee, 
Molodestno, le Decembre, 1812; (et) Reflexions sur le 29me Bulletin 
par un militaire Russe. 8 pp. small -Ito, unbound and uncut. 

[Paris, 1812] 
Napoleon's famous Bulletin No. 29, issued during the Campaign in 
Russia, and commented upon by a Russian soldier. Printed in double 
columns, the Bulletin in one, comments in the other. 

393. Napoleon's Invasion OF Russia. Genin (Thomas H.). The Xapolead, 

in Twelve Books. 16mo, boards, leather back. 

St. Clairsville [0.], 1833 
Fine copy of the first edition of a rare work relating to Napoleon. 
The author was one of the early settlers of Ohio, and a prominent lawyer 
there. 

394. Napoleon in the Other "World. A Narrative written by Himself; and 

found near his Tomb in the Island of St. Helena. "By Xongo-Tee- 
Foh-Tchi. Frontispiece (re-edged), portrait of Napoleon, and vieiv, 
inserted. Svo, half red morocco, symbolical gilt back, gilt top, lower 
edges uncut. " London, 1827 

395. Napoleon Peoclamation. Detail Officiel annongant le retour de sa 

Majeste I'Empereur des Frangaise et Roi d'ltalie dans sa capitate, 
apres avoir signe la paix avec I'Empereur d'Autriche. Woodcut head- 
piece, and eagle in oval border. 4 pp. small 4to, unbound. 

Paris, 1805 

Issued a few days after the battle of Austerlitz. Signed by Napoleon, 
and countersigned by General Berthier. 

39G. Napoleon Proclamations. Au Peuple Frangais; a L'Armee. Au 
golfe Juan, le ler Mars 1815. Small cuts of eagle, &c., at heads. 4 
pp. each, small 4to, unbound and uncut. 2 pieces. 

[Paris; De I'lmprimerie de Poulet, et de Chaignieau, 1815] 

These proclamations, concerning the defection of the Dukes of Casti- 
glione and Regusa, &c., were issued on shipl)oard in the Gulf of St. John, 
while Napoleon was en route from Elba, and in the copying of which the 
entire force on board was employed. The above copies, by two different 
publishers, were among the first printed in Paris about March 5, 1815. 
and were circulated throughout France. See Bentley's 1836 edition of 
Bourrienne's " Memoirs " for a full English translation of the Proclama- 
tions. 



397. Xapoleon Signatures. Sainsbury (J.), Thirty facsimiles of the 

different signatures of the Emperor Xapoleon, also facsimile (full 
page) of an A.L.S. of Barry O'Meara. 4to, unbound. London, 1836 

398. Napoleox Tracts. Memoir upon the Affairs of Spain, London, 1809 ; 

Operations of the British Army in Spain, London, 1809 ; Ferdinand 
Vindicated and Ministers Defended, London, 1809; State of Portugal 
during the Last Thirty Years, London, 1810. Bound in 1 vol., 8vo, 
half calf. 

399. iSTAPOLEOx's Address. Aux halntans des departemens des Hautes et 

Basses-Alpes ; (et) Garde Xationale de Paris. Cut of eagle, &c. 2 
pp. small 4to. Paris, 1815 

Assures the people that the cause of the nation will yet triumph, that 
their rights will be maintained, &c. 

•100. Napoleon's Appointments. Extrait du Moniteur du Mardi 6 Juin 
1815. Decrets Imperiaux. Au palais de I'Elysee, le 4 Juin 1815. 
Cut of Imperial eagle. (Enumerates the names of the newly-appointed 
members of the Chamber of Peers, the appointment of Comte de 
Lacepede, as president of that body in the absence of the prince 
archi-chancelier, &c.), 2 pp. 4to, unbovmd. Portrait of Napoleon, 
laid in. Paris, 1815 

Many of these appointments are among the last made by Napoleon 
previous to his defeat at Waterloo, about two weeks later. 

401. jSTapoleon's Coronation. A Letter to Dr. Troy on the Coronation of 

Bonaparte by Pope Pius the Seventh. By Melancthon. 97 pp. 12mo, 
unbound (name on title). Dublin, 1805 

402. Napoleon's Coronation. Printed circular from the publisher Guerin 

relative to a work upon the coronation of Napoleon. Stamped with 
name, number and post-office seal. 1 p. square 12mo. Paris, 1806 

403. Napoleon's Death and Will. Details A'eritables sur la Mort et le 

Testament du grand Capitaine Napoleon, Massacre d'Anvers, &c., 
12 pp. 12mo, unbound and uncut. [Paris, n.d.] 

Giving details of the death of Napoleon, his will made at Longwood, St. 
Helena, April 1.5, 1S21, and other news. 

404. Napoleon's Entry into Paris. Extrait du Moniteur, du 21 Mars 

1815. (jMentions the Emperor's arrival at Paris, gives the Proclama- 
tion of Lyons, of March 13, 1815, the Order of the Day, &c.). 4 pp. 
small 4to. Paris, 1815 

" The King has departed, the Emperor has arrived." Laid in is a view 
of Napoleon's entry bearing out the description of Bonrrienne, " It was 
late in the evening of the 20th (March) that Bonaparte entered Paris 
in an open carriage," &c. 

405. Napoleon's Grave. St. Helena. Napoleon's Graf och Longwood ur en 

Svensk Sjo-Officers Dagbok under en resa fran Ostindien, 1827. S 
illustrations. 4to, wrappers. Stockholm, 1830 

A Napoleon pamphlet in Swedish. 



406. Napoleon's Journals. Eighteen Original Journals, Each by a General 

Officer, of the Eighteen Cani])aigns of The Emperor Napoleon, Being 
those in M'hich ho Personally Commanded in Chief. To which are 
added all the Bulletins, now First Published Complete. Translated 
from the French. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf, gilt backs. 

London, 1816-1817 
Includes Journals of the Campaigns in Italy, 179G-7 ; Egypt and Syria, 
179S-9 ; Marengo, 1799 ; Siege of Genoa, 1800 ; the three German Cam- 
paigns, 1S05-9-13; Prussia. 1806-7: Russia, 1812; France, 1814; written 
by Berthier, Denon, Miot, Petit; Marshal Ney's Account of Waterloo, and 
much other information of absorbing interest not published in any other 
form. Outside of the " Moniteur " there appears to be no complete col- 
lection of the Bulletins as here published in English. 

407. Napoleon's Second Funeral. Itineraire de la Translation des Cendres 

de L'Emperenr Napoleon, depnis I'lle Sainte-Helene, jusqu'a I'hotel 
royal des Invalides. (With the order of march of the cortege). 2 
pp. 8vo, unbound. Nevers, n.d. 

408. Napoleonana. Neues IVIagazin enthaltenci ; merkwurdige Begebenheiten, 

vaterlandisch Ereignisse, nntzliche Erfindungen, nebst interessanten 
Erzahlnngen. Nos. 1-6 (all ever issued?), small 4to, unbound. 

n.p. 1813 
With interesting references to Napoleon, Pius VII., Cologne, etc. 

409. Napoleonic Ideas. Des Idees Napoleoniennes, par le Prince Napoleon- 

Louis Bonaparte. Brussels, 1839. Translated by James A. Dorr. 
Portraits. 12mo, half red calf, symbolical gilt back, gilt top. 

N. Y., 1859 
First American Edition, extra-illustrated by the insertion of a colored 
map of Europe in 1812, and 32 portraits and views, some on India paper, 
and mostly inlaid. 

410. Napoleonis Eeliquiae. A Poem in Six Cantos, Avith Notes. Illus- 

trated. 8vo, half red morocco, symbolical gilt back, gilt top. 

London, 1841 
Printed at Roueu, and written during the Second Funeral of Napoleon. 
ExTEA-iLLUSTRATED by the inscrtiou of about 75 portraits, views, &c., some 
on India paper, and a number inlaid. 

411. Napoleon (Prince Joseph C. P.). Napoleon and his Detractors. By 

Prince Napoleon [his nephew]. Translated and Edited with Notes, 
by E. L. De Beaufort. 2 photograph portraits, and autograph. 8vo, 
cloth, gilt, uncut. London, 1888 

412. Narrative of Events connected with the First Abdication of Napoleon. 

By Sir Thomas Ussher. . . His Embarkation at Elba, &c., as nar- 
rated by Col. Laborde, 8vo, cloth. Dublin, 1841 

413. [Nelson (Lord)]. Eevolutions Almanach von 1800. With portraits in- 

cluding Nelson, Pius VI., Massena, Blucher, Bernadotte, and others, 
also vieivs. 12mo, old wrappers, uncut. Gottingen [1800] 

414. New Constitution. Acta Additionnel aux Constitutions de I'Empire, 

An palais de I'Elysee, le 22 Avril 1815. Printed at Nimes for that 
county-seat and the five towns of the arrondissement. 16 pp. small 
4to, unbound. Nimes, 1815 



415. New Coxstitutiox. Another Copy. 4 pp. 4to. Printed at (Paris), 

and gives names of all couutj-seats and those of towns of various ar- 
roudissements. [Paris], 1815 

416. New Coxstitutiox. Another Copy. Extrait dii Monitenr du Dimanche 

23 iVvril 1815. Cut of Imperial eagle. ■ (Does not contain names of 
county-seats, etc.). Portrait of Napoleon laid in. [Paris], 1815 

Under this caption of " Acte AcMitionnel, t&c," Napoleon proclaims a 
new constitution said to resemble the charter of Louis XVIII. of the 
year previous. Appoints hereditary Chamber of Peers, makes judges ir- 
removable, reestablishes the confiscation of property, &c. 

417. News from Bordeaux. Extrait dn Moniteur du Mercredi 5 Avril 1815. 

Nouvelle de Bordeaux, 2 Avril 1815. (Announces the arrival of Gen- 
eral Clausel at Saint-Andre-de-Cubsac, gives other news concerning 
him, &c.). 4 pp. small 4to, unbound. Paris, 1815 

418. News from Lyoxs^ etc. Extrait du Moniteur du 7 Avril 1815. Nou- 

velles de Lyon, du Avril 1815. (Mentions that the National Guard 
of Grenolile is made ready to suppress the civil war that has In-oken 
out in Marseilles, the Hautes-Alpes, &c., that General Grouchy be 
sent forward as commander-in-chief, &.C.). Cut of imperial eagle. 
2 pieces, each 2 pp. small 4to, unbound. View of Grenoble laid in, 

Paris, 1815 

419. News from Toulouse. Extrait du Moniteur du Lundi 10 Avril 1815. 

Au quartier-general a Toulouse, le 4 Avril 1815. (Letter from the 
General, Comte de Laborde to Prince d'Eckmiilil, Minister of War. 
IMentions changes, appointments, &c., and includes Laborde's Procla- 
mation to the people of Toulouse). 4 pp. small 4to, unbound. 

Paris, 1815 

420. News of the Day. Nouvelles du Jour. Details curieux de I'arrivee a 

Londres. de S.A.E. le Due de Nemours, et sa reception par la jeune 
Peine d'Angieterre, &c. (Besides noticing the visit of Nemours to 
England, mentions the names of "Wellington, Schwartzeml^erg, Mar- 
shal Soult and others). 2 pp. 4to, unbound. [Paris, circa 1835] 

421. New York City. The Illustrated New York News, Vol. 1, No. 1, June 

7, 1851. Eolio, as issued. New York, 1851 

422. New- York Morxixg Post (The). November 7, 1783. 4 pp. Folio. 

Facsimile. New York, 1783 

Contains Washington's Farewell Address, etc. 

423. New York Newspapers. The Anglo Saxon. (Phonetic Newspaper) 

Vol. 1, No. 19. July 24, 1847. 4 pp. Folio, as issued. 

New York, 1847 

424. New York Newspapers. The Whip. Vol. 1, No. 3. February 26, 

1855. Weekly AVhip. Vol. 1, No. 2. February 19, 1855. Both 
illustrated. 2 pieces. Folio, as issued. New York, 1855 

425. New York Newspapers. The Free Love Advocate and Promoter of the 

Affinities. Vol. 1, No. 2. Nov. 10, 1855. Illustrated. 4 pp. Folio, 
as issued. New York, 1855 



420. New Yokk Newspapees. Atlantic Telegraph. Vol. 1, No. 1, Sept. 1, 
1858. Illustrated. 4 pp. 4to, as issued. New York, 1858 

" Printed ou a car moving in tlie i)rocessiou." 

427. New York Shanghai. Vol. No. 1. Vol. 1, No. 6. July 16 and Aug. 
20, 1855. 2 numbers, 4to, as issued. New York, 1855 

428 Net (Michel). Memoirs of Marshal Ney. Published by his Family. 
2 vols, in 1. 8vo, l)oards, cloth back, uncut. Philadelphia, 1834 

429. Notice Historique sur le 18 Brumaire [Nov. 8, 1799], par le 

President de la Commission des Inspecteurs du Conseil des Anciens, 
alors le Citoyen Cornet, &c. (Historical sketch of the " dark day 
in French History," after Napoleon's return from Egypt, when the 
Council des Anciens was overthrown, and the control of the military 
seized by him, &c.). 20 pp. 12mo, unbound. Laid in is a view after 
Johannot representing a scene in the Chamber. Paris, 1819 

430. Notice to Inhabitants. Municipalite de Paris. Par le Maire, et les 

Officiers Municipaux. Extrait du Eegistre des Deliberations du 
Corps Municipal, du Lundi 4 Juillet 1791. Woodcut of municipal 
arms. Folio. Paris, 1791 

A tln-ee-column broadside, " Avis Aux Citoyens," issued by Bailly, 
mayor, relative to tlie suppression of the " atteliers-de-cliarite," and in- 
cludes order for the distribution of a sum of money among the poor. 

431. NovA-ScoTiA Packet (The) and General Advertiser. No. 8. June 

22, 1785. 4 pp. Folio, as issued. Shelburne, 1785 

432. O'Brien (Capt. D. W.). Narrative of Capt. O'Brien, containing an 

Account of his Shipwreck, Captivity, and Escape from France. Re- 
printed from the Naval Chronicle, with Additions. 8vo, half buck- 
ram. London, 1814 

433. Official News. Extrait de la Gazette Ofiicielle, du Vendredi 28 Juillet 

1815. Cut of coat-of-arms. (Mentions cessation of hostilities along 
the coasts of France, the instructions of the British Government re- 
garding Napoleon, &c.). 4 pp. small 4to, unbound. Paris, 1815 

434. O'Meara (Barry E.). An Exposition of some of the Transactions, that 

have taken place at St. Helena, since the Appointment of Sir Hud- 
son Lowe, as Governor of that Island, &c. 8vo, wrappers, uncut. 

London, 1819 

An interesting work by Dr. O'lNIeara, who was Napoleon's surgeon 
while he was at St. Helena, being an answer to an anonymous pamphlet 
upon the treatment of Napoleon, in which many adverse reflections are 
made upon O'Meara. Contains details of many of the intimate and in- 
side workings of the Island Government which had the immediate super- 
vision of the illustrious prisoner. 

435. O'Meara (Barry E.). Historical Memoirs of Napoleon. Book IX. 

[Campaign in Belgium, 1815.] Translated from the Original Manu- 
script. With appendix of proof that the pretended MS. from St. 
Helena was not written by Napoleon. Colored plan of the battle of 
Waterloo. 8vo, sprinkled calf. London, 1820 

From the library of John Sheepshanks, with his bookplate. 



436. O'Meara (Barry E.). Xapoleon in Exile; or, A Voice from St. Helena. 

The Opinions and Reflections of Napoleon on the most important 
events of his Life and Government in his Own Words. Portraits. 
2 vols. 8vo, original blue boards, paper labels, uncut (back of 1 vol. 
slightly split). London, 1822 

From the library of Sir Edmund Antrobus, with his bookplate, and 
autograph signature in both volumes. 

437. Orange Journal (The). January T, 1854. Tol. 1. Xo. 1. 4 pp. 

Folio, as issued. Orange, IST. J., 1854 

438. Pages (Francois Xayier). Secret History of the French Revolution; 

Containing Particulars but little known, with Extracts on the most 
remarkable Publications on the Revolution. Translated from the 
French. 2 vols. 8vo, mottled calf, gilt (name on 1 title, and name 
cut from another, binding poor). London, 1T97 

439. Palais des Tuileries. Extrait du ^loniteur du Mardi 21 ^Lars, 1815. 

(Chronicles the return of Xapoleon from Elba, his arrival at the 
Tuileries, names of a newly appointed Cabinet, prints letter from 
the Garde Imperiale signed Comte Drouot, &c.). 4 pp. 4to (por- 
tions of side-margins torn away). Paris, 1815 

440. Palladiu:\i of Liberty. Julv 2, 1818. 4 pp. Folio, as issued. 

Morris-Town, X. J., 1818 

441. Panama Sun (The). Vol. 1. Xo. 4. Jan. 29, 1851. 4 pp. Folio, 

as issued. Panama, X. G., 1851 

Contains an account of a voyage through the Straits of Magellan. 

442. Paris and the Allies. Ephemerides. Recit de ce qui s'est passe a 

Paris depuis le 28 Mars jusqu'au 3 Avril, et Pieces Officielles. (Con- 
tains address to the inhabitants of Paris by Schwartzenberg, extracts 
from the proceedings of the Senate, &c.). 8 pp. small 4to, unbound. 

Paris, 1814 
Laid in is an engraved view of the entrance of the Allies into Paris. 

443. Parish Churches. Municipalite de Paris. Loi concernant la forma- 

tion & la circonscription de la Paroisse Cathedrale de Paris. 
Samedi 15 Janvier 1791. Transcrite, le meme jour, sur les Regis- 
tres de la Municipalite de Paris. Woodcut of municipal arms. Folio. 

Paris, 1791 

Concerns the establishment by the National Assembly of various 

parish churches of Paris, their boundaries of administration, &c., an 

early exhilntion of the supei'seding of the Civil for Ecclesiastical authority 

in this regard. 

444. Paui/s Letters to his Kinsfolk. Bv [Sir AValter Scott]. 8vo, half 

calf, gilt. ' Edinburgh, 1816 

Fixe copy of the First Editiox. These letters are a genuine fragment 
of the author's autobiography. iSister Margaret is the author's '^Aunt 
Christian." the Major is his " Elder Brother," &c. 



445. [Peltier (John)]. The Trial of Peltier for a Libel against Napoleon 

Buonparte, at Middlesex, Feb. 21, 1803. Caricature of Napo- 
leon. FiKST Edition. 8vo, half sprinkled calf. French and English. 

London, 1803 

Peltier was editor of a French periodical iu London and attacked 
Napoleon with much virulence, to which Hit James Mackintosh made his 
well-known defense at this trial. 

446. Peninsula Campaign (The). Kecollections of the Peninsula. By the 

author of Sketches of India. 8vo, half sprinkled calf. London, 1834 

447. Peninsular War. Memoir, written by Sir Hew Dalrymple of his Pro- 

ceedings as connected with the Affairs of Spain, and the Commence- 
ment of the Peninsular War. 8vo, boards, cloth back. London, 1830 
Presentation copy to Colonel Napier from Sir Adolphus Dalrymple, 
with autograph inscription on fly-leaf. 

448. Pennsylvania Gazette (The). June 19, 1T60. 4 pp. Folio, as 

issued. Philadelphia; B. Franklin, 1760 

449. Pennsylvania Gazette (The). Dec. 12, 1771. May 29, 1776, June 

5, 1776. 3 pieces. Folio, as issued. Philadelphia, 1771-1776 

450. Pennsylvania Packet (The), and Daily Advertiser. Sept. 18, 19, 20, 

21, 23 and 25, 1786. 6 pieces. Folio, as issued. 

Philadelphia, 1786 

The issue for September 25, contains a lengthy account of the Debate 
in the General Assembly on the Bill for Incorporating the City of Phila- 
delphia. 

451. Pennsylvania Packet (The) and Daily Advertiser. May 31, June 1, 

June 2, June 4, 1787. 4 pieces. Folio, as issued. 

Philadelphia, 1787 

452. Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser (The) June 5, 8, 9 and 

11, 1787. 4 pieces. Folio, as issued. Philadelphia, 1787 

The issue for June 5, contains Col. Hamilton's Speech in the Assembly, 
February 18, 1787 (4^^ columns). 

453. Philadelphia Newspapers. The Tickler, by Toby Scratch-em. Vol. 

2, No. 12, May 3, 1809; Vol. 4, No. 26, Aug. 7, 1811; Vol 5, No. 
23, Feb. 26, 1812; Vol. 5, No. 4, March 4, 1812. 4 Nos. Folio, 
as issued. Philadelphia, 1809, 1812 

454. Phtlippart (John). Memoirs and Campaigns of Charles John, Prince 

Royal of Sweden. Enginved portrait after Howenschald. 8vo, blue 
boards, uncut (back damaged). London, 1814 

455. Philippart (John). Campaign in Germany and France, from the 

Expiration of the Armistice to Napoleon's Abdication. With Appen- 
dix containing the French Bulletins issued during this Period. Por- 
traits of Napoleon and Bliicher. 2 vols. 8vo, half red morocco, 
symbolical gilt backs, gilt tops, uncut (a few leaves stained). 

London, 1814 



45(). Philippart (John). McMiioirs and Campaigns of Charles John [Ber- 
nadottej, Prince Eoyal oi' Sweden. Portrait. 8vo, lialf calf. 

Baltimore, 1815 

•457. Philippakt (John). ]\lemoirs, &c., of General Moreau. i2 portraits of 

Moreau (1 inserted), facsimile of the General's last letter, map of 

the course of tlie Rhine, (&c. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt top, 

some leaves uncut. Philadelphia; M. Cary; and Boston, 181G 

Early American Edition. 

458. Police. H6tel-de-Ville de Paris. Departement de Police. Uu Mardi 

23 Fevrier 1790, Le Departement de Police, instruit qu'um Im- 
prime, portant le noni de N. M. Duhama . . . contient une incul- 
pation, aussi fausse qu'atroce, centre M. de Besenval, & quarante 
autres personnes non designees. Woodcut of municipal arms. Folio. 

Paris, 1790 
Pnblic notification by the police of the circulation of certain printed 
accusations against M. de Besenval, and others, and the efforts of the 
police to suppress such. The de Besenval named is presumably the 
French general who had promised to assist de Launay in the defense 
of the Bastille. 

459. Political Broadside. Ohservations sur une Declaration du Congres 

de Vienne, concernant I'Emtree en France de I'Empereur Xapoleon. 
Extrait du Moniteur, &c, 2 copies, each 4 pp. 8vo and 4to, unbound. 
Laid in is a curious cut, 12mo, of the Congress in action ) . 

[Paris, 1815] 

460. Political Gospel. Evangile Politique. La Legitimite, et La Charte. 

4 pp. 4to, unbound. Paris, 1816 

461. Porter (Sir Eobert Ker). Narrative of the Campaign in Kussia, dur- 

ing the Year 1812. Portrait, and 2 folding maps showing the ad- 
vance to, and retreat from, Moscoiv. 8vo, stamped calf, gilt back with 
the crowned "N" (rebacked). London, 1815 

462. Porto-Farrago. Extrait du Moniteur du 8 Mars. (Gives news of the 

arrival and departure of Bonaparte from Porto-Farrago, on Feb. 
26, 1815, taking with him about 1,000 men — some French, the rest 
made up of Neopolitains, Poles, &c.) 4 pp. small 4to, unbound. 
(Laid in is a view of Xapoleon after his Eeturn). Paris, 1815 

463. Portraits des Generaux Francais, faisant suite aux Yictoires et Con- 

quetes des Frangais. Portrait of Napoleon (inserted). 8vo, half 
red morocco, text only, no portraits. Paris, 1818 

464. Portraits des Generaux Frangais, faisant suite aux A^ictoires et Con- 

quetes des Frangais. Numerous fine portraits. 2 vols. 8 vo. A-A^er- 
dier. Original boards, uncut. Paris, 1818-1819 

465. Premier Consul. Eapport Oflficiel et General, du Grand Juge Ministre 

de la Justice, Au Premier Consul et au Senat Conservateur. Eeport 
is signed Eegnier. 4 pp. 4to, unbound. [Paris, circa 1799-1800] 
Report to the First Consul of the discovery of a plot against tho 
Government, in which the name of a M. Drake, of l<]ng]and figures, to- 
gether with list of aliases of the plotters, &c. Published at a time when 
Napiiloon was away from I'aris, and when that capital was a hotbed of 
conspiracies, intrigues, plots, &c. 



4GG. Proces .MiciiKL. Xo. 111. Debats. Suite de rinterrogatoire des 
Accuses. Eefers to Czernicheff, Russian agents, &c.). 8 pp. 4to, 
unbound and uncut. Paris [1814] 

A portion only of the trial of this celebrated case, the full proceedings 
of which have been published in a volume of Svo size by the publisher 
of this pamphlet. 

467. Proclamation of the Coalition. Le ^loniteur Supprim^, ou Le 

Double Moniteur, du 20 Janvier 1814. 32 pp. Svo. uncut and un- 
bound. Paris, 1814 
A few copies of the First Edition of the '• Moniteur " of January 20, 
1814, having appeared with certain news which caused its suppression, 
another edition [this Double Number] was issued later the same day 
with the offending news omitted. This number contains the Proclama- 
tion of the Coalition, and the correspondence leading up to the First 
Treaty of Paris in May 1814. Includes printed letters from Metternich, 
Caulaincourt. Salute Aiguan. Bliicher. &c., which were written, chiefly, 
sometime after the Battle of the Nations, October lG-19, 1813, in which 
the French were defeated by the allied armies of Germany, Austria, &c. 

468. Proclamation of the Coalition. Another copy of the same, by an- 

other printer. 

469. Prospectus. Bibliotheque des Peres de Famille. With the fine engraved 

frontispiece of ilie worh hy Ponce after Suehac, and dedicated to 
"La Reine Hortense." 4 pp. 12mo, uncut. Paris, 1811 

470. Prospectus and Broadsides. Les Pastes de la Gloire, ou les Braves 

Eecommandes a la Posterite, Monument eleve aux Defenseurs de la 
Patrie. [Prospectus of work, with price of subscription, &c.] 
[Paris, n.d.] ; Au Redacteur du Journal du Departement des Bouches 
de FElbe [Extract, unsigned, concerning troops around Posen, the 
command of them, &c.] n.p.n.d. ; Copy of an Extract from the " Reg- 
istres du Gresse de la Maison de Sainte-Pelagie, Paris, du 6 Bru- 
maire. Fan 13," concerning the arrest of a Comte de Belleville, Paris, 
Sept. 7, 1816. 12mo, and small 4to, unbound (3 pieces). 

471. Public Works. Municipalite de Paris. Departement des Travaux Pub- 

lics. Marche de MM. de I'Assemblee Xationale, & de MM. les 
Eepresentans de la Commune, pour le Te Deum, qui sera chante a, 
Xotre-Dame, le Dimanche 14 Fevrier 1790. Woodcut of municipal 
arms. Folio. ' Paris, 1790 

^laps of the route of the procession to the cathedral Avhere a Te Deum 
is to be sung in honor, probably, of the incorporation of Corsica as part 
of France. Also, details the arrangement of the carriages of the various 
deputies, &c. 

472. Publicola's Addresses to the People of England; To the Soldiers; and 

To the Sailors. To which is added His Postscript to the People of 
England. 22 pp. 12mo, unbound. Lond. 1803 

Stirring addresses relative to Napoleon's threatened invasion of Eng- 
land. 

473. Quersonnieres (F. M. J. N. Des). The Vision, A French Poem on 

the Murder of the Duke D'Enguien, and other Stanzas. French and 

English. 12mo, old red morocco, gilt, gilt edges, London, 1809 

From the library of George Grote, the Historian, with his bookplate. 



474. Eaffles (Thomas). Letters duriug a tour througli I'rance, Savoy, 

Switzerland, German}^, and the Netherlands in 1817. 12mo, half 
calf, gilt (name on title). London, 1818 

475. Eamel (General). Narrative of the Deportation to Cayenne, of Bar- 

thelemy, Pichegru, Willot, Marbois, La Eue, Kamel, &c., in conse- 
quence of the Eevolution of September 4, 1797. Translated from 
the French. Svo, blue wrappers, uncut (name on title). 

London, 1799 

476. Republican Heeald. September 16, 1818. 4 pp. Folio, as issued 

(stained). Poughkeepsie, 1818 

477. Eetreat from Moscow. The London Gazette Extraordinary, Tuesday, 

December 8, 1812. (Contains news from St. Petersburg under date 
of Nov. 11, 1812, of Napoleon's flight from Moscow, the taking 
of Witepsk by Count de "Wittgenstein, &c.). 4 pp. small folio. 

Lond., 1812 

478. Eeturn from Elba. " Adresse des Habitans de la Yille de Grenoble a 

S.M. FEmpereur des Fran^ais." Signed by Eenoldon, mayor. 2 pp. 
4to, unbound. [Paris, 1815] 

The Grenoble Address, iu which the mayor dwells upon the glorious 
prospect opened up for France by the Emperor's return from Elba, as- 
sures him of the undying loyalty of the people of Grenoble, &c. 

479. Eeturn from Elba. "Extrait du Moniteur du Samedi 11 :Mars 

(1815)." Dispatch from Harmand, Prefet des Hautes-Alpes, giving 
details of Napoleon's arrival at Gap, March 5th, on his return from 
Elba. 4 pp. small 4to, unbound. With view of Gap laid in. 

[Paris, 1815] 

480. Eeturn from Elba. Extrait du Moniteur du 21 Mars 1815. (Procla- 

mations made at Lyons, March 13 and 15, 1815, appointing a new 
Ministry, abolishing the Nobility, the suppressing of feudal estates, 
&c.). 4 pp. small 4to, imbouud. Paris, 1815 

481. Eevolution of 1848. Citoyens, Exigeons avant de Deposer les Amies, 

et avant tout, les Conditions suivantes, &c. (Broadside signed " Un 
bon Citoyen ", dated February 24, 1848, the day Louis Philippe fled 
from Paris, concerns Parliamentary Eeform, &c.). 1 p. 4to. 

482. Eevolution of 1848. Another copy, similar. 

483. Eevolutionary Tribunal. Ordonnance rendue par le President du 

Tribunal Eevolutionnaire, Etabli a Paris; du 3 Fructidor, Fan sec- 
ond de la Eepublique Frangaise. Woodcut coat-of-arms of the Re- 
piihlic. Folio. Paris, 1793 

Acquits Antoine Faure, gentleman, of the accusation against him, and 
orders his immediate release. This notorious tribunal was formed some- 
time in March, 1793 for the purpose of taking cognizance of all counter- 
revohitionary attempts, attacks on liberty, &c. Date of document is " 3 
Fructidor " of the Reiiublican Calendar, and corresponds to the Gregorian 
date of August 20. 1793. 



484 Revolutions Almanach, 1793-1794 and 1796. With numerous portraits 

and views. 3 vols. 12nio, original boards and old wrappers, uncut 

(some pp. damaged, and probably lacks several plates). 

^ Gottmgen, 1793-96 

485 Reynier (General). State of Egypt, after the Battle of Helioijolis; 

preceded by Observations on the Character of the Country, irans- 
lated from the French. 2 army-tables, hut lacks map. 8vo, old calf. 

London, 1802 

486 Robinson (H. B.). Memoirs of Sir Thomas Picton, including his Cor- 

respondence. Portrait. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf, gilt (slightly rubbed). 

London, 1835 

487 RoccA (M. De). Memoirs of the War of the French in Spain Trans- 

lated from the French. Portrait of Napoleon, inserted. 8vo, halt 
red morocco, symbolical gilt back, gilt top, uncut (writmg on title )_. 

London, 18 lo 

488. Roman Republic Currency. 5 pieces. Various '^^^°'''^''''|'{*^''|g_-^^92n 

489 Roman Republic Currency. 5 pieces. Various denominations. 

[1792-1798] 

490 Rom IN Republic Currency. 4 pieces. Various denominations. 

' [1798] 

491. Roman Republic Currency. 2 pieces. Two denominations. [1798] 

492 Royal Memoirs on the French Revolution, containing (1) Narrative oi 
the Journey of Louis XVI. By Madame Royale; (2) Narrative of a 
Journey to Bruxelles. By Louis XVIII.; (3) Private Memoii-s of 
what passed in the Temple. By Madame Royale. With Historical 
and. Biographical Illustrations, V the Translator [J. W. Croker]. 
Portrait, laid in. 8vo, full calf, gilt. London, 1823 

493. Russian Campaign. Stances sur I'Incursion de Buonaparte en Russie. 
12 verses, 8 lines each, author unknown. 8 pp. small 4to, unbound 
(writing on 1 page). St. Petersburg, 1812 

494 Russian Campaign. Porter (Sir Robert Ker). Narrative of the Cam- 

paign in Russia, during the Year 1812. Portrait of Prince Koutousoff, 
folding maps, and plate, laid in. 8vo, full polished calf, gilt. 

London, 1814 

495 Russian Campaign. Labaume (Eugene). A Circumstantial Narrative 

of the Campaign in Russia. Portrait, and hattle-plans. 8vo, tree calf 
(rubbed, and some leaves foxed). Hartford (Conn.), 1817 

496. Russian Campaign. Segur (Philip De). History of the Expedition to 
Russia, undertaken by the Emperor Napoleon m 1812. \yit.h Bio- 
graphical Sketch of the Author. Lithograph titles. 2 vols, luno, 
half calf, gilt (rubbed) . London, 182 1 



497. [Sainsbury (John).] Calalogue of A Collection of Cameos, Marble 

Busts, Statues in Gold, Silver, Bronze and Ivory, Swords, Medals, 
&('., relating- to Xapoleon and his Family. 2 facsimile letters, the 
different signatures of Napoleon, and Supplement. 4to, limp boards, 
leather back (1 side loose). London, n.d. [1835] 

498. [Sainsbury (John).] Another Copy, similar ; without the facsimile let- 

ters and supplement, and name cut from top-margin of title. 

499. [Sainsbury (John).] Thirty Facsimiles of the Different Signatures of 

the Emperor A^apoleon, and a Sketch of the Events connected with 
them. 8 pp. 4to. Stitched. London, 1836 

500. Sainsbury (John). Catalogue of the Xapoleon Museum, from Louis 

XIV. to Death of Xapoleon. Comprising State Papers and Manu- 
scripts, Marbles, Bronzes, Medals, Books, &c., collected during the 
last 25 years. Facsimile frontispiece. 12mo, iDoards, gilt. 

London, 1844 
A useful work for collectors of Napoleona. 

501. [Sainsbury (John).] The Xapoleon Museum. The History of France 

Illustrated from Louis XI Y. to the Death of the Emperor, comprising 
marbles, bronzes, carvings, drawings, medallions, portraits, prints, 
manuscripts, &c., &c. Portrait of Mr. Sainsbury, view of his museum, 
and numerous plates of facsimiles. Large 4to, half red morocco, 
gilt (binding repaired). London, 1845 

Describes over TOO volumes and 3000 prints. 

502. Sale of Eeal Estate. District de Saint-Denis, Biens Xationaux a 

Vendre, Adjudication Definitive, le Lundi 7 Janvier 1793. Folio. 

Paris, 1793 
Notice of sale of lands, with their dimensions, in the Cantons de Pantin 
and de Belleville, with terms of payment, &c. 

503. Salgues (J. B.) Memoires pour servir j\ I'Histoire de France. Tome 

premier (all issued?). Portrait of Napoleon after Muneret. 8vo, 
wrappers, uncut. Paris, 1814 

504. Sanson (HENRY-Editor). Memoirs of the Sansons from Private Xotes 

and Documents [1688-1847]. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth (labels removed 
from covers, and 1 side and back loose). London, 1876 

505. Santini. Appeal to the British Xation on the Treatment Experienced 

by Xapoleon Buonaparte in the Island of St. Helena, With Preface, 
&c. (In French and English). Portrait (inserted). 12mo, half 
cloth and boards (a few corrections in ink). London, 1817 

506. Santini (Xoiiu). Le Tombeau de Xa}5oleon Premier et son Gardien. 

Also, Souvenirs de Santini touchant la Captivite de Xapoleon a Ste. 
Helene. 2 plates. 12mo, original wrappers. Paris, 1856 

507. Sarratt (Lieut.). Life of Buonaparte, in which the Atrocious Deeds, 

which he has Perpetrated in order to attain his elevated station are 
faithfully Eecorded. Oval portrait. 12mo, boards (binding poor). 

London, [1803] 



508. Sakkatt (Lieut.). Life of Buonaparte, in which the Atrocious Deeds 

which he has Perpetrated in orcler to attain his elevated station are 
faithfully recorded. 12mo, half red morocco, gilt top, uncut, title re- 
paired and 1 p. misbound, name on title. 

ExTRA-irxusTRATED by the insertion of numerous portraits and views. 

509. Sayary (J. A. M. K., Due de Rovigo). Memoirs of the Duke of Rovigo 

(M. Savary), written by Himself; Illustrative of the History of Na- 
poleon. 4 vols. 8vo, original l)oards, paper labels, lower edges uncut. 

London, 1828 

First English Edition. A valuable work by one who was of the 

immediate entourage of Napoleon. Savary succeeded Fouche as Minister 

of Police in ISIO, and here exposes in detail the extraordinary trickery of 

the latter. 

510. [ScHLABRAXDOKF (G. Yon).] Bonaparte, and the French People under 

his Consulate. Translated from the German. lUustrated. 8vo, half 
red morocco, gilt, gilt top. London, 180-i 

This work had an exceedingly large circulation in Germany and in 
other parts of the Continent, but was eventually suppressed altogether 
by Napoleon. Extra-Illlstrateb by the insertion of about 50 portraits 
and views, including 14 portraits of Napoleon, some on India paper, with 
facsimile signatures, »S:c. 

511. ScHULZ (Friedrich). Historisch-genealogisclies Taschenbueh . . . 

Geschichte der grossen Revolution in Frankreich. 12 fine portraits, 
including Barnave, Gouttes, Camus, Miraheau, and otliers, also cele- 
bration of the French people (frontispiece). 12mo, original boards. 

Braunschweig, 1792 

512. Scott (John). A Visit to Paris in 1814; Being a Review of the Moral, 

Political, Intellectual, and Social Condition of the French Capital. 
Svo, half calf. London, 1816 

513. Scott (John). Sketches of ]\Ianners, Scenery, &c., in the French Prov- 

inces, Switzerland, and Italy. With an E"ssay on French Literature. 
Etched frontispiece of Porto Ferrajo, with Napoleons palace. 8vo, 
half calf. London, 1821 

514. [Scott (Sir Walter).] Paul's Letters to his Kinsfolk. 8vo, scored 

calf (somew^hat worn). Edinburgh, 1816 

Written by Scott during his tour on the continent in 1815, isoon after 
the Battle of Waterloo, which is described in detail in Letter VIII. 

515. Scott (Sir Walter). The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte, with a Prelim- 

inary View of the French Revolution. By the Author of " Waverley." 
Portraits, inserted. 3 vols. Svo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt tops, 
some edges uncut. Philadelphia, 1827 

516. [Scott (Sir Walter).] Life of Napoleon, Copper-plates of Ney, 

Marat, and others, by American engravers, also views (but lacks the 
portrail of Napoleon). Svo, sheep, New York, 1827 ; Weston (J. A.) 
Historic Douljts as to the Execution of Marshal Ney (prospectus 
only); St.-Hilaire (Marco). Anecdotes du temps de Napoleon 
(slightly imperfect), 12mo, wrappers, Paris, 1856. Together, 3 vols. 



517. Second Treaty of Peace. (1) Extrait du Moniteur du 26 Novemhre 

1815. Traite de Paix entre la France et les puissances alliees, conclu 
a Paris, le 20 ^ovembre 1815. 4 pp., 4to; (2) Another copy, by 
another printer, with the addition of li/o pp. of Convention news. 8 
pp. 4to. Both copies unbound. 2 pieces. Paris, 1815 

Signed by Richelieu, Metternich. Vessenberg, and others. Restores the 
French frontier as it was gained by the Allies in 1814, apportions the 
amount to be paid by the Allied Powers for war-expenses, the Indemnities 
to be made to the smaller powers, &c., &c. 

518. Secret Me]mo]RS of TsTapoleon Buonaparte. AVritten by one who never 

quitted him for fifteen years. Translated from the French. 2 vols, 
in 1, old calf, gilt (weak at joints). London, 1815 

Said to have been written by one of Napoleon's valets. 

519. Segur (Philip De). History of the Expedition to Eussia, undertaken 

by Xapoleon in 1812. Illustrated. 2 vols. 12mo, half red morocco, 
gilt, gilt tops, imcut. London, 1826 

Extra-illustrated by the insertion of nearly 100 portraits, views, &c., 
several proofs, some on India paper, and a number inlaid. 

520. Seymour (Edward). History of the "Wars resulting from the French 

Revolution ; Life of Xapoleon Bonaparte ; and Biographical Sketches 
of Public Characters of Europe. "With Appendix. Portraits, plates, 
and colored maps. 2 vols. 8vo, boards, crudely backed with leather, 
outer and lower edges imcut. London, 1815 

521. Shipments of Merchandise by Water. Municipalite de Paris. Par 

le Maire et les Oificiers ]\Iunicipaux. Extrait du Eegistre des De- 
liberations du Corps Municipal, du 16 Juillet 1793. Folio. 

Paris, 1793 
Refers to tlie method of shipping mercliandise by water in specified 
.packages, how it shall be marked, declared, &c., under penalty of con- 
fiscation. Issued by Pache, mayor, Coulombeau, clerk. 

522. Sidney (Edwin). The Life of Lord Hill, late Commander of the 

Forces. Portrait, and title-vignette. First Edition. 8vo, cloth 
(name cut from top of title). London, 1845 

523. Simpson (James). A Visit to Flanders in 1815, Being chiefly an ac- 

count of the Field of Waterloo, with sketch of Antwerp and Brussels. 
Maps. 18mo, half red morocco, symbolical gilt back, gilt top, uncut. 

Edinl)urgh, 1816 
Extra-illustrated by the insertion of about 25 portraits and plates, 
including several each of Napoleon and Wellington. 

524. Sloane (William M.). Life of IS'apoleon Bonaparte. Revised and 

Enlarged. [With Index and General Bibliography]. Numerous 
maps, portraits and plans. 4 vols. 12mo, cloth, gilt tops, uncut, 

N. Y.; Century Co., 1910 

525. Smithers (Henry). Observations made during a Residence in Brus- 

sels and several tours through the Xetherlands. With several anec- 
dotes on the Battle of Waterloo. Map and etched plates. 8vo, limp 
boards, uncut (binding worn). 

Brussels; Printed at the British Press, [1816] 



526. Smucker (Samuel M.). Public and Private History of Napoleon the 

Third, with Biographical Notices of his Ministers, Generals, &c. 
Portrait. l'<!mo, cloth (somewhat shaken). Philadelphia, 1858 

527. SouTPiEY (Egbert). Life of Nelson. Illustrated. 16mo, half red mo- 

rocco, gilt, gilt top. London, 1830 

ExTRA-iixusTRATED b.v the iiisertioii of about 90 portraits, views, &c., 
incliuling iiuiuerous portraits of Nelson and Lady Hamilton, a facsimile 
letter of his, plan of the Battle of Trafalgar, and other interesting 
material. 

528. Speech of Napoleox. Extrait du Moniteiir du 26 Mars 1815. (Speech 

of Napoleon in which he mentions the re-establishment of the Im- 
perial throne, praises his soldiers, &c. ; also, contains dispatches from 
the ]\Iinister of War, from Count Caffarelli, notice of the arrival of 
Prince Joseph, &c.). 4 pp. small 4to, unbound (somewhat stained). 
Portrait of Napoleon, 12mo, laid in. Paris, 1815 

529. Saint Helena. Handschrift auf unbekannte Art von St. Helena gekom- 

men, etc. 8vo, half bound, original blue wrappers bound in uncut. 

Leipzig, 1817 

530. Stael-Holstein (Madame De). Ten Years' Exile; or Memoirs of that 

Period. Written by Herself [1810-1813]. And now first published 
by her Son. Translated from the French. Portraits, inserted. 8vo, 
half red calf, gilt, gilt top, some edges uncut. London, 1821 

Contains much matter relative to Napoleon. 

531. Stocqueler (J. H.). Life of the Duke of Wellington. Numerous plates. 

2 vols. 8vo, original cloth (worn, and 1 plate loose). London, 1852 

532. Suchet (Marshal— Due D'Albufera). Memoirs of the War in Spain, 

from 1808 to 1814. Portrait. 2 vols. 8vo, boards, cloth backs, some 
leaves uncut. London, 1829 

533. Suite Du Proces du Marechal-de-Camp Bonnaire, et du Lieutenant 

Mieton, Son Aide-de-Camp, Declarations des Soldats qui ont fusille 
le malheureux Colonel Gordon, &c. ler Conseil de Guerre, lere Div. 
Militaire. Troisieme Seance. 4 pp. 4to, unbound. [Paris, 1816] 
This General, Jean Gerard Bonnaire, was condemned to exile on charge 
of being concerned in the attack on Colonel Gordon at Conde in 1816. 

534. SuRViLLiERS (CoMTE De). Biographical Sketch of Joseph Napoleon 

Bonaparte. 8vo, half calf. Ix)ndon, 1833 

535. [Svinine (Paul).] Sketches of Russia. 15 kandsomehj colored plates, 

engraved hy Bluck after Svinine. 8vo, boards, leather back, uncut. 

London; P. Ackermann, 1814 
Includes colored portraits of the Emperor and Empress of Russia, 
views of the Kremlin. Palace of the Czars, an early Toboggan Slide, &c., 
together with 2 pp. of music of a Russian National song. 

536. Svinine (Paul). Some Details concerning General Moreau and his last 

Moments ... to which is added A Funeral Oration pro- 
nounced at St. Petersburg in honor of Gen. Moreau. Portrait, en- 
graved by W. B. Annin (of Boston, ]\Lass.). (Slightly cut on mar- 
gin.) 12mo, half sheep. "^ Boston, 1814 



537. Talleykand-Perigord. Le Masque Tombe, on Talleyrand-Perigord, ce 

qu'il est, ce qu'il fut, ce qu'il sera toujours. [Par C. P.]. (A satirical 
biographical sketch of Talleyrand in which reference is made to the 
Louisiana Purchase through the agency of a Mr. SAvan, said to have 
been a member of the Boston Tea-Party, &c.). 8 pp. 12mo, un- 
bound. [Paris, n.d.] 

538. [Talleyrand's Library Catalogue.] Bibliotheca Splendidissima. A 

Catalogue of a Superlatively Splendid and Extensive Library, con- 
signed from the Continent. Sold by Auction by Leigh and Sotheby, 
May, ISIG. Priced in ink. 8vo, full polished calf, gilt edges. 

London, 181G 
Thick paper copy, with slip of paper (inserted), signed " »S'. kSotheby," 
on which he has written, " The Libranj of Prince Talleyrand." Book- 
plate of Cornelius Paine. 

539. Tardieu (Ambroise). Relation Anglaise de la Bataille de Waterloo, ou 

du Mont Saint-Jean. Paris, 1815. Bound with Shoberl's Narrative 
of the most remarkable Events. London, 1814, and another work 
(which is imperfect). 3 vols, in 1. 8vo, half calf. 

540. Thiers (Louis A.). History of the French Eevolution, 1789-1800. 

Translated by Frederick Shoberl. New Edition. Upwards of J^O steel 
plates hij Greathatch. 5 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt. Philadelphia, 1894 

541. ToussAiNT L'Ouverture. The Life and Military Achievements of Tou- 

saint L'Ouverture . . . with the Inhumane conduct of General 
Clerc and General Eochambeau, &c. 12mo, boards. 

N. P.; Printed for the Author, 1804 

542. Travels in Algiers, Spain, &c., with an Interesting Account of the Al- 

gerines, their Customs, Ceremonies, &c. Frontispiece. 8vo, boards, 
partly uncut (somewhat worn). London, n.d. 

543. Treaty Of Peace. Extrait du Moniteur du 2 Juin 1816. Traite 

de Paix au nom ded la Tres-Sainte et Indivisible Trinite. (Made 
in Paris, May 30, 1814, and signed by Talleyrand-Perigord, Prince 
de Benevent, De Metternich, Count de Stadion, &c.). Woodcut coat- 
of-arms. 8 pp. small 4to, unbound. Paris, 1814 

544. Tribunal of Police. Hotel-de-A^ille de Paris. Tribunal de Police. 

Extrait des Registres des Audiences . . . feant . . . du 
Lundi 25 Juillet 1791. Small tvoodcut of municipal arms. Folio. 

Paris, 1791 

Order of Court, by B. C. Cahier, premier Substitut-Adjoint du Procur- 

eur de la Commune, in the course of which he speaks of the number of 

persons brought before the Tribunal at inconvenient times, and decrees 

special hours for hearings, &c. 

545. Tribunat. Discours prononce par le C. Duvidal sur la motion d'ordre 

relative au gouvernement hereditaire. Seance extraordinaire du 10 
Floreal, an 12. 7 pp. 12mo, unbound and uncut. Paris, 1803 

Address on hereditary government. 



546. Tribunat. Motion d'Ordre du Tribuii Ciiree, sur I'emission d'uii van 

tendant a ce que Napoleon Bonaparte, actuellement premier Consul, 

soit declare Empereur dcs Frangais. Seance extraordinaire du 10 

Floreal, an 12. 10 pp. l'<{mo, unbound. Paris, 1803 

Relates to the First Consul being declared Emperor. 

54T. TussAUD (^Iadamk). Memoirs and Eeminiscences of France, forming 
an Abridged Histoiy of the French Kevolution. Edited by Francis 
Herve. lUiistrated. 1 vol. extended to 2 vols. 8vo, full polished 
crimson calf, symbolical gilt backs and sides, gilt tops, by Zaehnsdorf. 

London, 1838 

Extra-illustrated by the insertion of over 200 portraits, views, &c., 
some on India paper, and a number inlaid. Includes 2 portraits of 
Franklin, and 1 of Paul Jones. 

548. Two Sketches of France, Belgium, and Spa, in Two Tours, during 1771 

and 1816. By the author of " Letters from Paris, in 1802-3." Por- 
trait of XapoJeon's guide at Waterloo. 8vo, half red morocco, sym- 
bolical gilt back, gilt top. London, 1817 

Extra-illustrated by the insertion of about 70 portraits and views, 
some on India paper and inlaid. 

549. I^raxia. Taschenbuch auf das Jahr 1835. With portrait of Tegner 

(celebrated Swedish poet), and illustrations. 12mo, original boards, 
in original board case. Leipzig, 1835 

550. UssHER (Capt. Sir Thomas). Xarrative of Events connected with the 

First Abdication of Xapoleon, his Embarkation at Frejus and Voy- 
age to Elba ... as narrated by Col. Laborde, who accompanied 
him. 8vo, cloth. - Dublin, 1841 

Captain Usslier commanded the frigate that conveyed Napoleon to 
Elba. 

551. Van Ess (Willed L.). The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte, Including 

Memoirs of the Imperial Family, and the Most Celebrated Charac- 
ters that have appeared in France during the Eevolution. Numerous 
portraits 6 vols. 12mo, half sprinkled calf. London [1806] 

From tlie library of Rev. Henry Collison with bookplate. 

552. Vertot (l'Abbe). Histoire des Revolutions arrivees dans le Gouverne- 

ment de la Eepubliqne Romaine. Tome premier. 12mo, old sheep. 

Amsterdam, 1789 

From the library of Joseph Bonaparte, with his stamp on title. On 
the fly-leaf is written " Bordentown, N. J., Sept. 18, 1845. This work 
bought at the siile of the library of the late Joseph Bonaparte, at his 
mansion, by me, Aaron Clarlv." 

553. ViEUSSEUX (A.) Napoleon Bonaparte; his Sayings and his Deeds. 

Illustrations. 2 vols. 16mo, half red morocco, symbolical gilt backs, 
gilt tops. London, 1846 

Extra-illustrated by the insertion of about 20<) poi-itraits, views, fac- 
similes, &c., a number inlaid, including 2 portraits of Washington. 



554. [Vivian (I. H.)-] Minutes of a Conversation with Napoleon Bona- 

parte, during his Eesidence at Elba, in January, 1815. 12mo, wrap- 
pers. London, 1839 
One of a few copies privately printed for distribution among the 
autlior's friends. 

555. [Walsh (Egbert).] A Letter on the Genius and Dispositions of the 

French Government, including View of the Taxation of the French 
Empire. By an American. 8vo, half calf, gilt (marginal notes and 
underscorings). Philadelphia Printed; London Eeprinted; 1810 

Bound in witii the above is a letter from Paris to George Petre. By 
Rev. J. C. Eustace, London, 1814. 

556. Warden (William). Letters written on board the Northumberland 

and at St. Helena ; in which the conduct and conversations of Napo- 
leon and his Suite are faithfully described and related. Facsimile 
of Napoleon's handwriting. 8vo, full polished calf, gilt. 

Brussels, 1817 

557. [Washington (George).] Eevolutions Almanach von 1797. WHh por- 

traits, including Washington, and others, also views. 12mo, original 
boards, uncut. Gottingen [1797] 

558. [Washington (George).] Massachusetts Spy, March 5, 1800. 4 pp. 

Folio, as issued. Worcester, 1800 

Contains the continuation of Morse's Biographical Sketch of Gen. 
Washington, also Fisher Ames on the Sublime Virtues of Gen. Wash- 
ington. 

559. Waterloo. An insert of " The Times," London, June 22, 1815, contain- 

ing copy of Wellington's dispatch to the British War Department 
relative to the defeat of the French at Waterloo, June 18, 1815. 
Gives, also, a list of the British killed and wounded. 4 pp. folio. 

560. Waterloo. Muffling (Baron F. F. K.). A Sketch of the Battle of 

Waterloo. To which are added Official Despatches of Wellington and 
Bliieher, with Eeflections of the Battles of Ligny and Waterloo. Por- 
traits of Wellington and Napoleon on India paper, inserted. 16mo, 
original wrappers, back strengthened with cloth. Brussels, 1839 
An early edition of a Scarce pamphlet on this famous battle. 

561. Wati^rloo, a description of the costly and curious Military Carriage of 

the Late Emperor of France taken on the evening of the Battle of 
Waterloo. 12mo, (pp. 20) inlaid to royal 4to, with 4 different scenes 
illustrating the capture of the carriage, two of which are in colors. 
4to and 12mo. 

562. Waterloo and Algiers. (1) The Battle of Waterloo, or, a Faithful 

History of the Events connected therewith; (2) The Triumph of 
Justice, Being a Narrative of the Eecent Expedition to Algiers. En- 
graved title, and plates. 8vo, boards, calf back. 

Manchester [Eng.], 1816 



563 Waterloo Memoirs ; or, Eecord of all the Events connected with, and 
arising out of, the Battles fought on 16th, 17th and 18th of June, 
1815; with Biographies of the most distinguished OtTicers. 10 en- 
graved portraits. 3 vols. 8vo, half calf, gilt (title of Vol. 1 slightly 
repaired). London, 1817 

564. Waterloo, &c. Bain (Nicolson). A Detailed Account of the Battles 
of Quatre Bras, Ligny and Waterloo: Preceded by a Kelation of 
Events attending the Temporary Revolution of 1815, in France. 
Plan of Waterloo. 12mo, scored calf, gilt back and sides, by Carfrae, 
Edinburgh, with his ticket (plan slightly torn and worn at several 
folds). Edinburgh, 1819 

565 Wellington (Arthur W., Duke Of). Memoir of the Early Campaigns 
of the Duke of Wellington in Portugal and Spain. By an Officer 
in his Army. 8vo, half russia, gilt back (a few marginal notes m 
pencil). London, 1820 

566. Weston (James A.). Historic Doubts as to the Execution of Marshal 

Nev. Numerous illustrations. 8vo, cloth, gilt, gilt top, uncut. 

^ New York, 1895 

With autograph signature of the author on fly-leaf, and card (in- 
serted). 

567. [Whately (Richard).] Important Correction to be made in the His- 

tory of the Nineteenth Century. 2 portraits of Napoleon, inserted. 
Square 12mo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt top, uncut. London, 1845 
A work in which the anonymous writer, said to be Richard Whately, 
endeavors to prove that Napoleon, all his battles, the French Revolution, 
etc., are but myths. 

568. [Whately (Richard).] Historic Doubts relative to Napoleon Buon- 

parte. Illustrated. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt, gilt top. 

London, 1865 

An ingenious attempt to show the absurdity of skeptical criticism. 
ExTBA-iLLUSTRATED by the insertion of about 20 portraits and views. 

569. [Whittier (John G.).] Eagle. Vol. 1, No. 1. Jan. 5, 1848. 8 pp. 

Folio, as issued (slightly damaged). New York, 1848 

Contains "The Wife," by John G. Whittier, probably its first appear- 
ance. 

570. Williams (Helen Maria). Narrative of the Events in France from 

the Landing of Bonaparte, 1815, till the Restoration of Louis XVIII. 
8vo, original boards, partly uncut. London, 1815 

571. Wilson (Sir Robert T.). Narrative of the Expedition to Egypt, under 

Sir Ralph Abercrombie; containing Exposition of the Conduct of 
Napoleone Buonparte abridged from the History of that Campaign. 
Map and portraits. 12mo, half red morocco, symbolical gilt back, 
gilt top, uncut. London [1803] 

Extra-illustrated by the nisertion of a double-page view of the Death 
of General Abercrombie, and 20 portraits. 

572. YoRKE (Henry R.). Letters from France in 1802. 2 vols. 8vo, blue 

boards, uncut (l)acks uncovered). London, 1804 



573. Zeitgeschichte (Die) nebst andern wissenswerthen Sachen. No. 1 (and 

'No. 2), Jan. and Feb., 1808. With two fuU-page plates in 
colors, one representing Prince Louis' lying in coffin, a wreath of 
laurel being placed on his hroiv, and the other a full-page portrait of 
the King of Prussia in uniform on horsebacl'. 2 parts in 1, small 
4to, iinbound. Schweidnik, 1808 

574. Zimmerman (Godfrey). Autobiograpby of Zimmerman, formerly in 

the Commissariat Department of the Army under Napoleon. Frontis- 
piece. 12mo, boards, cloth back, gilt edges. London, 1852 



At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Third Session, Numbers 575 to 925, Inclusive 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 14th, AT 2.30 O'CLOCK 

For date of other sessions, see "ORDER OF SALE," page supra. 



SECOND SECTION". 



Manuscripts, Autogkaph Letters and Documents, Portraits, Paintings, 

Etc. 

575. Arbona (Padre Pierre — of the Immaculate Conception). A.L.S. 4 

pp. 4to, including addressed portion. Amarapura [Burmah], Aug. 
14. 1842. To tlie ]\Iarquis J. de Barol, thanking him for money sent 
him for missionary purposes, &c. 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 395), enclosed in his library 
wrapper and with his autograph annotations. 

576. Abbot (Charles — British statesman, warm supporter of Pitt). Por- 

trait, full bust, wearing robes of office. Engraved by C. Picart after 
J. Northcote. Stipple. 4to. London, 1814 

577. Abercromby (Alexander — Aide to Sir John Moore, fought at Water- 

loo). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. To William Ross, a solicitor. 
Concerning the estate of Capt. Ralph Dundas. 

578 Abercroaiby (Sir Ralph— British general, mortally wounded at Alex- 
andria). L.S. Ip. 4to. Portsmouth, Feb. 13, 1796. Regarding pay- 
ment of accounts, etc. 

579. Abercromby (Sir Ralph). D. S. 1 p. folio. May 25, 1796. Warrant 

for payment. 

580. Abercromby (Sir Ralph). D.S. 1 p. folio. Martinique, March 1, 

1797. Countersigned by Fred. Maitland. Witli wax seal and por- 
trait. 

581. Abercromby (Sir Ralph). "The Death of Sir Ralph Abercromby." 

Outline plate, containing many other portraits. 4to. 

582. About (EDMOxi^-French writer). A.L.S. Ip. 8vo. n.p.n.d., criticis- 

ing the style of an article by | Beulier]. 



583. Abrial (Joseph Andre — received title of Count under Xapoleon). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 35, 1811. To the Duke . . . 

The acknowlwlgment of the receipt of the Imperial decree of April 
17, 1811 (prohably as above mentioned), and promising to be at Grenoble 
on May 10. 

584. Abrial (Joseph Andre). L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Paris, le 5 Vendemiaire, 

PAn 10 [Sept. 36, 1801]. To the Criminal Court of the Dept. of 
Doubs, informing same that the executioner cannot be imprisoned 
for any mistake or neglect, &c. Signed, also, by [G. H. Beaulaton]. 

585. Abrial (Joseph Andre). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Cassaert 

sculp. Stipple (slightly spotted). 8vo. 

586. Adams (John). Portrait, three-quarter length, seated, right hand on 

table, left hand holding document. Line engraving. 4to. Mounted 
and cut to plate. 

587. Addington (Henry— afterwards Lord Sidmouth, educated with Pitt, 

first lord of the treasury). D.S. "Sidmouth,'' 1 p. 4to. 

Whitehall, Sept. 12, 1813 
Clearance papers relative to a ship sailing from Baltimore. 

588. Addington (Henry). Portrait, half length. Engraved by E. Scriven, 

painted by G. Richmond. 4to. London, 1836 

589. Addison (Joseph). Full bust portrait in oval. Engraved by Houbraken 

after Kneller. Folio. London, 1748 

590. Adolph II. (Lieut.-Gen. in the Hessian Army, took an active part against 

Frederick the Great). L.S. " Johann Adolph," 1 p. 4to. Leipzig, 
Oct. 6, 1735. Relative to a sum of 700 thalers. 

591. Aguesseau (Antoine D'— member of Louis XIII.'s State and Private 

Council, master of the Court of Requests). D.S. on a strip -of vel- 
lum. 1636 

593. Alava (Miguel R. D' — Spanish general, aide-de-camp to Wellington). 
A.L.S. 4 pp. folio, including addressed portion. Tours, May 34, 
1837. To Rev. Mr. Farr, thanking him for letters received, &c. 

593. Alava (Miguel R. D'). Portrait, full bust. Lithograph after Maurin, 

1835. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

594. Albany. General View. Tinted lithograph after Kollner. 4to. 

New York, 1850 

595. Albert (Prince — consort of Queen Victoria). Autograph signature 

" Albert," with words " The Lord John Russell, etc., etc. " in his auto- 
graph, with portrait. 

596. Alembert (Jean D' — eminent French geometer). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. 

n.p.n.d. 
" The Academy has considered the method employed by M. Anellos in 
proving the theorem on the quadrature of the circle, and prefer the 
method used heretofore." 



597. Alembert (Jean D'). Portrait, full bust in oval. Grave par L. J. 

Cathelin, dessine par C. N, Cochin. Line engraving. 4to. 

598. Alexander I,, Emperor of Russia. Portion of L.S. 1 p. small 4to. St. 

Petersburg, July 4, 1802. To Citoyen' Gail of Paris whom the writer 
does not appear to hold in high esteem. With portrait. Both inlaid 
on a single sheet, royal 4to. Also, plate containing portraits of Alex- 
ander I. and others. Together, 3 pieces. 

599. Alexander I. Portrait " Alexander the truly great," full bust in uni- 

form. T. Wallis sculp. W. M. Craig delt. Line engraving. 4to. 

[London], 1814 

600. Alexander I. Portrait, half length, in uniform, standing. Engraved by 

Henry Meyer, after Mr. Volkoff. Stipple. Open letters. Folio. 

London, 1814 

601. Alexander I. Portrait, full length in uniform. Drawn by W. Heath. 

Line and stipple. , In colors. Folio. London, 1814 

602. Alexander I. Portrait, in uniform, on horseback. Canton del. et sculp. 

4to. In colors. London, 1815 

603. Alexander I. Portrait, full bust in uniform. E. Page sculp. Line and 

stipple. Printed in colors, 4to. London, 1826 

604. Alexander 1. Portrait, foil bust in uniform. Aug. Legrand sculp. 

Stipple. 8vo. 

605. Alexander I. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Meulen sculp. C. v. 

"Waard del. Stipple. Folio. 

606. Alexander I. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. Gegraveerd door 

W. van Senus, geteckend door St. Aubin. 4to. 

607. Alexander I. Portrait, full bust in uniform. W. van Senas sculp. 

Mile, le Brun pinx. On the reverse is a portrait of William II., 
King of the ISTetherlands, who commanded a Dutch army which re- 
sisted the French invaders in 1793, also engraved by W. van Senas. 

608. Alexander I. Portraits, (1) full bust in uniform. Neagle sculp. 

Shepperson del. Line engraving, 8vo., 1814; (2) full length, in uni- 
form, on horseback. 4to. Together, 2 pieces. 

609. Alexander I. Portrait, three-quarter length in uniform. Stipple. 

(margins cut away). Folio. 

610. Alexander L Portrait, full length in uniform. G. A. Sasso inc. G. B. 

Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

611. Alexander I. Portrait in uniform on horseback. In colors. Folio. 

Executed in Patent Tapestry effect originated by Carl Uffenbeimer. 

612. Alexander I. Portrait. Grave par P. Audouin, dessine par Bourdon. 

Line engraving. Folio, slightly stained. Paris, n.d. 



613. Alexander I. '' Bey der Asche dieses Unsterblichen. . . . Alex- 

ander I. Friederich Wilhclni III. nnd Louise, in der naelit am 4 ten 
jSFovember 1805." Stipple, in l)rown. U. Berger feeit, 1806, F. 
Weitscli del. 4to. 

614. Alexander IV. — Pope. Brief on vellum addressed to the Al)bess and 

nuns of the INfonastery of St. Clara of Alcocer. Oblong 4to. Given 
at Anagni the III kal. of September, the fifth year of the Pontificate 
(August 30, 1259). 
Briefs aud bulls of the above pope are of rare occurrence. 

615. Alken Colored Plate. " Jack's Wedding Day." A spirited scene at 

the end of a street, showing figures of sailors, women, &e., including 
one of the Deputy Port Admiral. Etching in colors. H. Alken, Del. 
4to. London, 1826 

616. Allemand (Z. J. T. — French admiral). A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo, including 

addressed portion. Paris, Ang. 3, 1817. To A. de Seville regarding 
a certain commission. 

617. Allix (Jacques A. P. — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Army of 

the Moselle at Idzig, Dec. 1, 1794. To Gen. Ambert. 

Informing Gen. Ambert that he is obeying orders, and that the woods 
iu the neighborhood are being well searched. 

618. Alvinczy (Joseph — Austrian general, defeated by Bonaparte at Areola). 

L.S. 1 p. 8vo, n.p. April 33, 1808. 

619. Alvinczy (Joseph). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple, in bistre. 

Unsigned. 8vo. 

620. Amalie (Marie F. A. — Duchess of Saxony, sister of Fred. Augustus 

II.). Portrait, full bust, in oval. Line engraving. Unsigned. In 
colors. 8vo. 

621. Ambert (Jean Jacques — French general), L.S. 1 p. folio. Spire. 

Aug. 30, 1794. 

Regarding Lieut. Mayer of the 7th regiment of hussars, and requesting 
that his salary be paid. 

622. American Colonies. Documents (3) relating to affairs in the French 

Colonies of America, &c. 3 pp. folio. Paris, 1793-4. Contain sig- 
natures of Pellissiersuret, Perrier and others. 

623. American Independence. The manner in which the American Colonies 

declared themselves independent of the King of England throughout 
the different Provinces, on Julv 4th, 1776. Copper enoraving by 
Noble after Hamilton. 4to. ^ ^ [1^82] 

624. American Lithography. " An Amalgamation \Yaltz." Lithograph in 

colors. 4to. Xew York; J. Childs, 1839 

625. American Military Costume. Portrait and Uniform of an American 

General and a real representation of the Dress of an American Eifle- 
Man. Copper engraving by Eoberts. 4to. [^'^82] 

The two figures are portraits of General Israel Putnam and Major 
Robert Itogers. 



626. American Navy. Paul Jones the Pirate. Line engraving, full length 

in uniform. Pistol in one hand, cutlass in the other. 8vo. 

London [circa 1806 | 

627. American Kailroads. View of the first steel railway passenger train 

in America. On the reverse of a facsimile of The Boston News- 
Letter, April 24th, 1704. Folio. 

628. American Eevolution. Caricature showing ISTeptune, with trident 

pointing to " Uncle Sam " seated across the water with an American 
flag in one hand and a crowing rooster perched on one shoulder, and 
assuring Britannia that the war will result in her favor, &c. Line. 
Unsigned. London Magazine, August, 1778. Oblong 12mo. 

629. American Eevolution. " The Tea-Tax Tempest, or the Anglo-Ameri- 

can Eevolution" [inscription also in German and French]. Mezzo- 
tint. Unsigned. Large folio, full margins, slightly creased. 

London, 1779 

630. American Eevolution. Line engraving of the same, the inscription 

in English only. Large folio. 

631. American Eevolution. The American General Lee taken Prisoner by 

Lieut. Col. Harcourt of the English Army in Morris County, N. J., 
1776. Copper engraving after Hamilton. Folio. 

[Circa 1810] 

Although there is no engraver's name it is probably the plate engraved 
by Hawkins. 

632. American Eevolution. " The manner in which the American Colonies 

declared themselves independent of the King of England . . . July 
4, 1776." Noble sculp. Hamilton delin. Copper engraving. 4to. 

633. American Eevolution. Caricature " An Extraordinary Gazette, or the 

disapointed (sic) politicians," including sketches of " Map of 
America belonging to the English in 1762, when Pitt was prime min- 
ister"; also "Map of America belonging to the English in 1778." 
Small 4to. 

634. American Eevolution. Portrait of Alexandre Berthier. Full bust in 

uniform. ]\Iezzotint (by Lavachez), battle scene and biographical 
notice in script beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet (stained). 

635. American Shipping. L' America. Lithograph, by Mott. Folio. On 

India paper. 

636. Ames (Joseph). Portrait, three-quarter length, seated. Mezzotint, by 

Eobert Laure. 4to. 

637. Amherst (Jeffery). The Humanity of General Amherst. Line en- 

graving by Aeudine after Smirke. Folio (spotted). London, 1811 



638. Amherst (William Pitt — nephew of Jeffrey Amherst, was at Water- 

loo). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to. Agra, January 16, 1827. With portrait. 
A very interesting letter, written wlieu Amlierst was Governor-General 
of India, and during troublous times in that country. Spealcing of liis son 
he says : . . . " From the most dutiful and affectionate of children he 
gradually became my most confidential friend . . . his honorable 
principles inspired me with a feeling towards him far beyond that of mere 
paternal aft'ection," etc. 

639. Amsterdam. Colored view. Folio. London, 1815 

640. Andre (Major John). The unfortunate Death of IMajor Andre. Cop- 

per engraving by Goldar after Hamilton. Folio. [Circa 1782] 

641. Andre (Major John). The Capture of Major Andre. Landscape en- 

graved by Smillie & Hinshelwood, painted by A. B. Durand. Line 
engraving. Open letters. India paper. Folio. 

American Art Union, 1846 

642. Andreossy (Antoine F. — French general, served in Italy and Egypt, 

Ambassador to London, Vienna and Constantinople). A.L.S. 1 p. 
4to. London, December 31, 1802. To General Sanson, Director of 
the War Department, thanking him for the first number of the 
" Memorial," and sending him the " method of projection " used 
by Major Kennel. 

643. Andreossy (Antoine F.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 4, 1801. To 

General Jimot. With portrait, full bust, in uniform. London, 1808. 
Requesting General Junot to do all in his power to help the unfortunate 
family of chief of batallion Regnaut. 

644. Andreossy (Antoine F.). A.L.S. 3 pp., 8vo. Boulogne (France), 

Feb. 26, 1805, regarding the publication of works of the writer. 

645. Andreossy (Antoine F.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Headquarters at Muldorf, 

Oct. 29, 1805. 

M. Castillon the recipient of the order is requested to deliver despatches 
to Col. Passinger in Munich, and a package to be sent to Paris, from 
Marshal Berthier to Talleyrand or Maret, both of whom were in Munich. 
Maret at this time was Secretary of State and Talleyrand Minister of 
the Interior. 

646. Andreossy (Antoine F.). A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. Paris, March 2, 1811, 

returning thanks for the receipt of certain new books, pointing out 
unintelligible passages therein, &c. 

647. Andreossy (Antoine F.). Portrait, full bust, in uniform. Engraved 

by Anth. Cardon, drawn by J. Guerin. Stipple. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

648. Andreossy (Antoine F.). Portrait, full bust, in uniform. Drawn by 

J. Guerin and engraved by Anth. Cardon. Stipple. Fine impres- 
sion, with full margins. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

649. Andreossy (Antoine F.). Portrait, full bust, in uniform. Drawn by 

J. Guerin and engraved by Anth. Cardon. Stipple. Folio. 

Paris, n.d. 



650. Andreossy (Antoine F.). Portrait, full length, in uniform. T.T. inc. 

Demarlhi dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

651. Andriosse (A.). 2 wash drawings, pastoral scenes, attributed to An- 

driosse. 

652. Anglesey (H. W. P., Marquis Of— British general, fought at Water- 

loo, where he lost a leg). L.S. " Uxbridge." 1 p. folio. Hyde Park 
Barracks [London], August 18, 1823. To the Quartermaster-Gen- 
eral, relative to a " route." 

653. Anglesey (H. W. P., Marquis Of). A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo, Sept. 4, 

1835. A personal letter. 

654. Anglesey (H. W. P., Marquis Of). A.L.S. 12 pp. 12mo, n.p., Nov. 4, 

1840. To " My Dear Stovin." 

Unusually long and interesting letter, witti mention of ttie Duke of 

Wellington. 

655. Anglesey (H. W. P., Marquis Of). A.L.S. (torn). 1 p. 4to. Dec. 

18, 1840. To Col. Sir Frederick Stovin. A personal letter. 

656. Anglesey (H. W. P., Marquis Of). A.L.S. 4 pp. 12mo. Sept. 22, 

1846, to a friend on personal matters. 

657. Anglesey (H. W. P., Marquis Of). Portrait, in uniform, on horse- 

back. Line engraving. 4to. London, 1827 

658. Anglesey (H. W. P., Marquis Of). Portrait, in uniform, on horse- 

back. In colors. 4to (slight repairs). London, A. Park 

659. Angouleme (Louis Antoine De Bourbon D' — son of Comte d'Artois, 

afterwards Charles X. of France). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Feb. 
22, 1815. A letter of thanks to the Marquis de Villeneuve. With 
portrait " Mgr. le Dauphin," a title he assumed when his father be- 
came king in 1824. 

660. Angouleme (Louis Antoine De Bourbon D'). D.S. 2 pp. folio. 

[Paris], Feb., 1819. Apportioning 3000 francs for charitable pur- 
poses. 

661. Angouleme (Louis Antoine de Bourbon D'). Portrait, full bust, in 

uniform. Stipple. Unsigned. 4to. Also portrait of the Duchesse 
d' Angouleme. Stipple. Unsigned. Together, 2 pieces. 

662. Angouleme (Louis Antoine De Bourbon D'). Portrait, full bust, in 

oval. Grave par Choub, dessine . . . par Evrard. Stipple. 4to, 
cut close. 

663. Angouleme (Louis Antoine De Bourbon D"). Portrait, half length, 

in uniform, holding cocked hat. Dessine d'apres nature a Nantes. 

664. Angouleme (Louis Antoine De Bourbon D'). Portrait, full length, 

in uniform, holding cocked hat. Dessine d'apres nature a Nantes. 
Stipple. Small folio. 



6G5. Angouleme (Makik Tuerese Charlotte D' — daiightcT of Loiii.'^ XVI. 
and Marie Antoinette). Portrait, full length in court dress, seated. 
Line engraving. In colors. Small folio. Paris, \ca. 1800] 

666. Angouleme (Marie Therese Charlotte D'). Portrait, full length, in 

court dress, standing. Line engraving. In colors. Small folio. 

Paris [ra. 1800] 

667. Angouleme (Marie Therese Charlotte D'). Portrait, in riding 

costume, on horseback. Line engraving. In colors. Small folio. 

Paris [ca. 1800] 

668. Angouleme (Marie Therese Charlotte D'). Portrait, full bust in 

oval. Zu heben F. J. Schreier. Stipple. 4to. 

669. Angusciola (Sofonisba — celebrated Italian painter, pupil of Bernar- 

dino Gatti). Portrait, three-quarter length, at easel. Ipsa pinxit. 
Mezzotint. Folio. 

670. Anhalt-Coethen and Anhalt-Dessau. (1) Anhalt-Coethen (Ludwig, 

Prince of). A.L.S. 3 pp. folio. Wildungen, July 15, 1625, from 
Louis, the Younger to his father; (2) Anhalt-Dessau (Dietrich, 
Friedrich H. E., and Moritz, all Princes of Anhalt, sons of Leopold, 
Prince of Anhalt-Dessau, distinguished Prussian Geiieral, 1676- 
1747). L.S. 1 and 2 pp. folio, v.p., 1742-1773 [4 pieces]; (3) 
Anhalt-Dessau (Anna Louise, wife of Leopold, Prince of Anhalt- 
Dessau). L.S. 1 p. folio, with seal. Dec. 24, 1731. Together, 6 
pieces. 

671. Anhalt-Dessau (Leopold — Prince Of — distinguished Prussian gen- 

eral). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Halle, April 27, 1725 

672. Anhalt-Dessau (Leopold — Prince Of). L.S. 2 pp. folio. 

Halle, Jan. 14, 1739 

673. Anne, Palatine of Bavaria, and Benedicte, Palatine of Bavaria. D.S. 

signed by both. 1 p. folio. n.p. Xov. 5, 1721 

An order to M. Lessars to pay the celebrated engraver (Simon) 
Tbomassin the sum of 60 pounds. Underneath is Thomassin's autograph 
receipt of four lines with signature. 

674. Antommardi (Francesco — Italian anatomist; physician and surgeon 

to Xapoleon at St. Helena ; author of " The last moments of Napo- 
leon ")• L-S. 1 p. and a half, 4to. December 15, 1830 
To the members of the Committee of the Jury of National Prizes, 
mentioning services given by him to the wounded of the Revolution of 
18.30, with great risk of his life. 

675. Arnauld (Antoine). Portrait, half length, seated, holding book in 

right hand and document in left. G. Edelinck sculpt. I. B. Cham- 
pagne pinxit. Folio. 

676. Articles of Peace Ijetween Great Britain and France and Great Britain 

and Spain. Signed at Versailles January 20th, 1783, by Mr. Fitz- 
herbert. Copper engraving by Pollard after Hamilton. Folio. 

[Circa 1790] 



677. Aktois (Charles Philippe, Comte D' — afterwards Charles X. of 

France). 2 lines and signatures on margin of letter. 1 p. folio. 

[Paris, circa 1815-16] 
Letter is in tlie autograpti of Goyoii de Nerville, wlio complains to 
Monseigneiir that he lias been dismissed from his oftice of sub-prefect, 
and hoi)es that the Minister of the Interior will give him another posi- 
tion. Comte d'Artois has endorsed as follows : " I reconiend this 
man to Citizen de Vaublanc " (Minister of the Interior, Sept., ISlS-May, 
ISIO). 

678. Artois (Charles Philippe, Comte D'). S.A.E. Monseigneiir. Lieu- 

tenant general du Royanme. Portrait, full length in uniform hold- 
ing cocked hat. Stipple. Folio, with margins. 

679. Ashburtox (Lord — British financier, married a daughter of AVilliam 

Bingham, of Pennsylvania). Portrait, half length, standing. En- 
graved by C. E. Wagstaff after Sir Thomas Lawrence. Mezzotint. 
India paper. -Ito. OiJen letter proof. London, 1837 

680. Assemblee du Ciiamp-de-Mai. " Vue interieure de I'Assemblee du 

Champ-de-]\Iai au moment de la presentation des drapeaux." Janet 
sculp. Cartinet delin. Stipple. Folio, margins cut away, and 
mounted. 

681. AuBERT DU Bayet ( Jeax B. a. — French general, fought under Lafayette 

in the War of the Revolution). A.L.S. 1 p. -Ito. Nantes, Aug. 30, 
1794. To M. Dudiot. 

Regretting not having been able to visit the recipient before leaving 
the city. 

688. AuBERT DU Bayet (Jean B. A.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 
" Annibal Dubayet." F. Bonneville del et sculp. Stipple. Fine im- 
pression. 

683. Auckland (William Eden — Lord, English diplomatist, one of the three 

commissioners appointed to negotiate with the revolted American 
colonies). Portrait, three-quarter length, seated. Engraved by W. 
Dickinson, after Sir Thomas Lawrence. Mezzotint. Folio, full mar- 
gins. London, 1796 

684. Augereau (Pierre F. C, Due De Castiglione — Marshal of France, and 

one of the most active of ]Srapoleon's generals in the campaign of 
1796). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Bareges, August, 1802 

To General Berthier. Minister of War, asking permission that an Eng- 
lish doctor named Macgregor return to his country, as his only object in 
coming to France was to attend Col. Crawford, husband of the Duchess 
of Newcastle, and under the circumstances should not be treated as a 
prisoner. 

685. Augereau (Pierre F. C, Dug De Castiglione). L.S. "Augereau, 

Due de Castiglione." 1 p. 4to. Wurtzbourg, July 1, 1813. To General 
Devaux, informing recipient that he has spoken to the Minister of 
War and others on his behalf. 

686. Augereau (Pierre F. C, Dug De Castiglione). Portrait, full bust 

in uniform. F. Bonneville del. sculp. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 



687. AuGEREAu (Pierre F. C, Due De Castiglione). Portrait, full bust 

in uniform. Mezzotint by Levachez, battle scene and biography be- 
neath. 8vo. on small folio sheet. 

688. AuGEREAu (Pierre F. C, Due De Castiglioxe). Another copy of the 

same. 

689. Augereau (Pierre F. C, Due De Castiglione). Another copy of 

the same. 

690. Augustus Frederigk — Elector of Saxony and King of Poland). Por- 

trait, full bust in nniform. I. F. Bause sculp. 1769, A. Graff pinx. 
Line engraving. 4to. 

691. Aumale (Marie Caroline De Bourbon — wife of Henri, 4tli son of 

Louis Philippe). A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. Twickenham, Dec. 14, n.y. 

692. AuMONT (Jaoques — Due, officer in the national guards in the Eevolu- 

tion). Portrait, half length in uniform. Grave par Payen, peint 
par Boze. Stipple. 4to. 

693. AuMONT (Louis M. C. De P. — Eoyalist general). Portrait, half length 

in uniform. Grave par Payen, peint par Boze. Stipple. 4to. 

Paris, n.d. 

694. AuTic (M. D'). A.L.S. 4 pp. square 8vo. Paris, June 8, 1784. To 

the Count de Saluces [Saluzzo di Menusiglio, Italian chemist and 
general], thanking him for his expressions of sympathy, enclosing 
letters, &c. 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 120), enclosed in his library 
wrapper and with his autograph annotations. 

695. AuTiCHAMP (Marquis D'). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Feb. 9, 1822. To 

M. de ]\[enysas. 

A letter of thanks for his many kind acts, with mention of the writer's 
health. 

696. AvRiL (Jean J. — General). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. (probably Vienna), 

July 5, 1798. To the Commissary of the Directory. 

Ordering that 29 men be sent to the post at St. Severe, etc. 

697. BAcioeoHi (Felix — husband of Marie Anne filisa Bonaparte. Napo- 

leon's sister). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Florence, March 26, 1813. To General 

Speaking in high terms of M. Lambert, who has been appointed 
Inspector of Hospitals. 

698. BAeiocciii (Princuss, Xiece of Xapoleon, daughter of Elisa Bonaparte). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. Svo. n.p. Jan. 20 (or 26-, 1853. Asking an un- 
named Duke to send her ten tickets for the gallery of Notre Dame. 

699. BACioecHi (Princess). A.L.S. 2 pp. Svo. n.p. Jan. 29, 1853. Ask- 

ing an unnamed Duke to send her the tickets promised. 

700. Baciocchi (Princess). A.L.S. 1 p. Svo. n.p. June (14), n.y. Relative 

to an invitation for the baptism of a prince. 



701. Baciocchi (Prixcess). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Korn-et-Met, Oct. 21, n.y. 

Kegarding a cheque. With portrait. 

702. Bagratiox (Peter, Prince— celehrated Eussian general). Portrait, 

full bust in uniform. Godby sculp. Tonci pinxt. Stipple. 8vo. 

703. Bailleul (Jacques C— member of the Convention). D.S. 1 p., 

folio. Paris, 4 Vendemiaire, Year 4 (1796). Signed also by Gaul- 
thier and Delaunay. 

704. Bailleul (Jacques C). Manuscript, 8 pp. folio, n.p.n.d., written in 

unknown hand containing the answers given by M. Bailleul to 
questions asked him by General Cass relative to the French Revolu- 
tion. Also, an invitation to his funeral services. March 18, 1843, 
(2 pieces). 

705. Baillie (William — distinguished engraver, served in the army). Por- 

trait, full bust in oval. Stipple. Proof before all letters. Folio. 

[London, ca. 1802] 

706. Bailly (Jeax Sylvaix— Mayor of Paris, executed Xov. 12, 1793). 

L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, Feb. 7, 1790. Announces the singing of a 
Te Deum in Xotre Dame cathedral, and invites the members of the 
National Assembly to attend, 

707. Bailly (Jeax Sylvaix). L.S. 1 p. folio, Larisse, Jan. 19, 1791. To 

M. Reynier. 

Regarding a claim made by M. Deforger, a surveyor, and saying thpt 
the town of Darix cannot assume payment. Contains under the signature 
a line in Bailly's autograph in the same strain. 

708. Bailly (Jeax Sylvaix). L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Oct. 14, 1791. " Du- 

plicata de Patentee." 

709. Bailly (Jeax Sylvaix). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Chaillon, August 26, 

n.y. AVith portrait. 

On business affairs for the Marchioness de St. Phalle. 

710. Bailly (Jeax Sylvaix). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint. Un- 

signed. 8vo. 

711. Bailly (Jeax Sylvaix). Portrait, full bust in oval. Zu finden bey den 

Gebrudern Klauber, Gezeichnet von Boizot. Stipple. 8vo. 

712. Bailly (Jeax Sylvaix). Portrait, full bust in oval. Sergent sculp. 

De Youges le jne. del. Mezzotint. Small 4to. Paris, n.d. 

713. Bailly (Jeax Sylvaix). Portrait, full bust in oval. Lithograph. 4to. 

,714. Bailly (Jeax^ Sylvaix). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by 
Levachez, scene and biographical account in script l)eneath. 8vo, on 
small folio sheet. 

715. Balasheff (Lieut.-Gexeral — 1st aide-de-camp of Alexander the First 
of Russia). Portrait, half length, in uniform. Engraved by Henry 
Dawe, after George Dawe. Mezzotint. Folio. London, 1823 



716. Baltimore. Washington's Monument. Tinted litliograph after KoUner. 

4to, New York, 1848 

717. Baltimore. Green Mount Cemetery. Lithograph in colbrs after KoU- 

ner. ito. . New York, 1848 

718 Baltimore. N. West View. Lithograph in colors after Kollner. 4to. 

New York, 1848 

719. Baltimore. Battle-Monument. Lithograph in colors after Kollner. 

4to. New York, 1848 

720. Baltimore. Citv Spring. Lithograph in colors after Kollner. 4to. 

New York, 1848 

721. Bar (Jean A.— French advocate). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, Nov. 15, 1794. 

To the Commission on civil and police administration. Regarding an 
annulled decision. 

The letter is also signed by Peres, who voted for confinement and 
banishment of Louis XVI. 

722. Bar (Jean A.). L.S. 2' pp. 4to. Paris, Nov. 7, 1794. To the Com- 

mittee of the section Chalier. Regarding a disputed question. 
The letter is also signed by Peres. 

723. Baraguey D'Hilliers (Achille — Marshal of France, served in Austria, 

Spain and Algeria). A.L.S. 2 pp. 8vo. [La Rite], Oct. 17, 1863. 
To the Receiver-General, relative to a payment. 

724. Baraguey D'Hilliers (Louis — French General). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, 

Evreux, Feb. 17, 1801. To the Minister of War. 

A statement relative to four non-commissioned officers, states reason 
why a person named Lambert was not on a certain list. 

725. Baraguey D'Hilliers (Louis). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, (June) 5, 

1801. With portrait. To Citizen Dumas, health officer, relative to 
a position. 

726. Baraguey D'Hilliers (Louis). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Lyon, April 30, 

1812. Written on Napoleon's water-marked paper. 

Announcing the execution of an order. It was in this year that tlie 
writer, as commander of a division of the Russian army, had the mis- 
fortune to fall into the hands of the enemy with the greater part of his 
forces, and for which he was suspended by Napoleon. 

727. Baraguey D'Hilliers (Louis). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Fo- 

restier sc. 12mo. 

Served in Egyi)t. and was taken prisoner by the English whilst re- 
turning from Malta. 

728. Barare (Bertrand). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mariage sculpt. 

Bonneville del. Stipple. 8vo. 

72f). Barbeau Du Barras, &c. D. S. (with seal), 1 p. square 8vo. [Paris], 
Sept. 19, 1794. Issued by the Committee of General Safety of the 
National Convention and requests Citizen Palloy to attend its im- 
portant meetings. Signed by Barbeau du Barras, Levasseur de la 
Meurthe. &c. 



730. Barbe (M.— Aide-de-camp to Gen. Bastoul). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. In 

the field, Xov. -1, 1797. To the Minister of War. 

Asking that he be promoted, and telling the minister that he had 
made complaint about two horses stolen bj- the enemy and had received 
no reply to letter. 

731. Barbe-Makbois (FRAxgois— French Consul-General to the U. S. during 

the Revolution). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Feb. 8, no year. Also 
printed invitation, with autograph additions in his hand Jan. 16, 
1815. Also portrait, full bust. Lithograph. 

The first mentioned regrets not being able to answer questions, as he 
had destroyed all his notes. With mention of a Spanish book. 

732. Barbier (M.) — commissioner of war). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Versailles, 

Sept. 2, 1795. To M. La Barthe. 

Regretting that he is unable to vacate part of his stables for the 
minister of the interior, as he can only do so by order of the minister of 
war. 

733. Barbot (M. E.— French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, le 16 

Prairial, I'An IV. [June 4, 1796]. Informs the Commissary of 
the Executive Directory concerning a citizen who has been removed 
from jail to hospital. 

734. Barca (Count De — minister and secretary of state). Portrait, full 

bust in oval. A. Hubert sc. Stipple. 4to. 

735. Barsche (Pierre Jules — 1802-70, French advocate and procurator 

general of the Court of Appeals). Official L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 
January 30, 1849. 

736. Barras (P. F. J. N., Comte De — French general, and one of the original 

five Directors of the French Republic). Signature and five lines in 
his autograph on margin of letter. 2 pp. folio. Portrait. 

Letter is signed in Arabic (?) and is an appeal to the members of the 
Directorate from a Sultan of Turkey, possibly Mahmud II., who ex- 
presses his keen disappointment at not having been reimbursed for the 
funds advanced three years previous towards the support of the French 
army in Italy. Barras, as one of the Directorate, endorses on margin 
that letter has been sent to the Minister of Finance, le 24 Messidor, I'An 
V [July 13, 1797], 

737. [Barras (P. F. J. N., Comte De).] A. L. of M. Lavillatte, 3 pp. urn- 

dated, with an eight line endorsement in the autograph of Barras, 
signed, stating that he has not been unmindful of the kindnesses 
that the Minister of War has shown him. With portrait, full length, 
in uniform. 

738. Barras (P. F. J. N., Comte De). -Two portraits, both full length, dif- 

ferent. Lithograph, etc. 8vo. Circa 1800 and 1840. 

739. Barrington (Samuel). Portrait, half length in uniform. R. Earlom 

fecit. Benj. Wilson pinxit. Mezzotint. Folio (slightly creased and 

mounted, cut to plate mark). London, 1779 

One of the biographies in Campbell's Lives of the British Admirals. 



740. Barrot (Camille H. — eloquent French advocate, advised or persuaded 

Lafayette to refuse the presidency of the republic). Portrait, full 
bust. Unsigned. 4to. 

741. Barthelemy (August M. — French writer, author of " Napoleon in 

Egypt."). A.N.S. 1 p. square 12mo. n.p.n.d. Kequest for two 
tickets for vaudeville. 

742. Barthelemy (Franqois, Marquis De — French statesman. Minister of 

State under Louis XVIII.) . A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, le 8 Pluviose, 
I'An XL [Jan. 27, 1803], requesting the Minister of the Navy to 
show favor to M. Massac, of Amsterdam. 

743. Barthelemy (Francois, Maequis De). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris. 

May 15, 1807. 

A request that the recipient consider the application of M. Givault for 
a position, he being of good behaviour, etc. 

744. Barthelemy (Franqois, Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in oval. F. 

Bonneville del. et sculp. " Barthelemy, membre du Directoire execu- 
tif." 8 vo. Stipple. 

745. Bartolozzi (Francesco — eminent engraver). Portrait, full length, 

seated. Mezzotint. Folio (stained and cut to plate mark, mounted). 

746. Bastille (The). Three views: " Bestorming der Bastille, 1789 "; Line. 

J. Bulthuis delin. R. Vinkles & D. Vrydag, sculp. 1795. 4to; An- 
thony's Gate (Bastille) Line. T. Loveday, del. et sculp. Riguad, del. 
London, n.d. Oblong 4to ; " Yue de la ci-devant Bastille." Line. 
Nee, sculp. Oblong 4to (3 pieces). 

747. Bastille (The). Destruction of the Bastille. Copper engraving, with 

portraits of Louis XVI. Marie Antoinette, and various scenes in 
connection with the Bastille. Large folio. Ms. additions by Thomas 
Palmer, May 17, 1790. London, 1790 

748. Bathurst (Heney^ Earl Of — British statesman, finished his political 

career under the Duke of AYellington). A.L.S. (third person), 3 pp. 
4to. (London), May 4, 1810. Interesting letter regarding the duties 
on spirits. 

749. Bathurst (Hexry, Earl Of). Portrait, full bust. Engraved by H. 

Meyer after J. Wright. Stipple. 4to. London, 1810 

750. Bathurst (Henry, Earl Of). Portrait, half length, engraved by H. 

Mayer after J. Wright. 4to. London, 1810 

751. Battell (Ralph — English divine). Portrait, full bust in oval. J. 

Simon fecit. M. Dahl pinxit. Mezzotint, margins cut away. 4to. 

752. Battle of Doggerbank. Formation de la Eigne Hollandaise et de 

celle Anglaise, avant le combat de Doggersbank. Line engraving, 
unsigned. 4to. 

Sir Hyde Parlier, Britisli admiral, who served with success under 
Howe on the North American station, commanded a portion of the Eng- 
lish lleet during this action. 



753. Battle of Doggerbank. Action de Doggersbank. 4to. Companion to 

the above. 

754. Battle of Doggerbank. Fin du Combat Doggersbank. 4to. Com- 

panion to the two preceding lots. 

755. Battle of Gibraltar. German line engraving of the Battle of Gib- 

raltar. 4to. cut close. 

756. Battles at Sea. Zeeslag Tusschen den Admiraai, Tromp En Blake, 

Big Dover, den 10 December, 1652. Pvlyn sculpt. K. Veltewinil. 
4to. (stained). 

757. Battles at Sea. The destruction of the Turkish fleet in the port of 

Sinope. Lithograph in colors. 4to. 

758. Battles at Sea. Yue de L'Action pres de Patrasso, ou L'Escadre des 

Dulcignottes fut battue et brulee le 5 Septembre 1773. Dutch en- 
graving by Leizelt after Swain. In colors. Folio. 

759. Bazaixe (Francois Achille — Marshal of France, Commander-in-Chief 

of the French Army in Mexico, 1863). L.S, 2 pp. 4to. Mexico, 
December 2, [1863]. On a military matter. 

760. Beauharnais (Alexandre De — distinguished general, married Jose- 

phine Tascher de la Pagerie, afterwards Empress of France, served 
under Eochambeau in the U.S., guillotined in 1794). A.L.S. 1 p. 
4to. Headquarters at Strassburg, Sept. 10, 1792. 

On military affairs. Tlie letter is signed in full " Alexandre Beau- 
harnais." 

761. Beauharnais (Alexandre De). Portrait, full bust in oval. Courbe. 

sc. Labadj^e del. Line engraving. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

762. Beauharnais (Eugene De — Stepson and favorite of Napoleon, Viceroy 

of Italy). L.S. and 7 lines in his autograph, "Eugene Napoleon," 
&c. 2 pp. 4to. Milan, March 12, 1807. Also, a manuscript, 3 pp. 
12mo, in imknown autograph, containing biographical extracts relat- 
ing to the above. (2 pieces). 

Letter was written while Viceroy of Italy to General Marmont in Dal- 
matia, informing him that he has ordered Gen. Verdier transferred to 
Marmont's staff, that the prisoners of the Slst Regt. have landed at 
[Maufredonia], and thanks the general for news regarding the Turks. 
The postscript in the writer's own autograph is a request of Marmont for 
additional officers for the army of Italy. 

763. Beauharnais (Eugene De). L.S. "Eugene Napoleon." 1 p. folio, 

Milan, Dec. 23, 1808. Informs his uncle, Cardinal Fesch, that 
the Princess Vice-Queen has become a mother, and that everything 
is going nicely. 

764. Beauharnais (Eugene De). A.L.S. 2 pp., 4to. n.p. Jan. 13, 1817. 

To " Mon Cher Bataille." 

Informing the recipient that he has arrived in Constance (Baden), and 
giving him a list of things tliat he is to get. Sends greetings from his 
wife and sister. 



765. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. 
Unsigned Printed in colors. 8vo. full margins. Paris, n.d. 

76G. Beauharnais (Eugene De). '' Le Prince Eugene au tombeau de sa 
Mere." Mezzotint. Unsigned. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

767. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Portrait, full bust in oval. Line and 

stipple. Unsigned. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

768. Beauharnais (Eugene De). The same. Proof before all letters. 

769. Beauharnais (Eugene De). The same. Printed in colors, after 

letters. 

770. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Lith. de 

Villian. 4to. 

771. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Portrait, " Le Prince Eugene," full bust 

in uniform. Line and stipple. Printed in colors. 4to. 

772. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Portraits. 1 full bust, Joumim sc. 

India proof before letters; and 2 full length in uniform, both before 
all letters. 8vo. Together, 3 pieces. 

773. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Desse. 

par Vigneron d'apres Le Gros. Lith. de Demanne. 4to. 

The reproductiou in Sloane's Life of Napoleon was made from this 
lithograph. 

774. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Portrait, full length, standing. P. Adam 

sculp. L. Gerard pinx. Etching. Proof on India paper, before 
inscription. 4to. 

775. Beauharnais (Eugene De). " Derniers adieux du Prince Eugene a 

sa famille." In colors. 8vo. 

776. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Portrait, full length in uniform, together 

with other figures (probably portraits). Proof before letters. 4to. 

777. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Death of Beauharnais, with other figures 

(probabl}' portraits). Proof before letters. 4to. 

778. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Portrait, full bust in oval. Line and 

stipple. Unsigned. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

779. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Portrait, full length in uniform [from 

Regne de Xapoleon], in colors, and another plate, containing full 
length portrait, also of Napoleon. India paper. 2 pieces. 

780. Beauharnais (Eugene De). Portrait, " Le Modele des Braves," full 

lenglh in uniform, sword in hand, battle scene in background. Stip- 
ple. 4to. (margins on three sides cut away). 

781. Beauharnais (Eugene De). " Le Prince Eugene au tombeau de sa 

Mere." Mezzotint. Unsigned. Folio. 



782. Beauharxais (Eugene De). Portrait, full length, like the preceding 

at the tomb of his mother, but different attitude. Mezzotint. Un- 
signed. Folio. 

783. Beauiiakxais (EuGiiNE De). Portrait, on horseback. " Le Prince 

Eugene," Grave par Esbrard. Mezzotint. Folio. 

784. Beauharxais (Eugene De). Portrait, half length in uniform. Mezzo- 

tint. In colors, -tto. (margins cut away). 

785. [Beauharxais, .Augusta Amelia, daughter of the King of Bavaria, wife 

of Eugene Beauharnais]. Portrait, half length. Stipple. 4to. mar- 
gins cut away, inscription remains. 

786. Beauharxais (Fanxy, Comtesse De — celebrated poetess). A.L.S. 

1 p. 12mo. [Vendome], n.d. Personal letter. 

787. Beauharxais (Madame De — lady of honor to the grand duchess of 

Berg). A.L.S. (third person. 1 p. 4to. Fontainebleau, Oct. 17, 
1807. Eegarding her trunks, &c. 

788. Beauharxois (F. — French Colonel, [brother of the first husband of the 

Empress Josephine] ) . A.L.S. 1 p. 13mo. ISTo place ; no date 
[Circa 1793]. Asks the Minister of War to send a regiment to Blois. 

789. Beaulieu (General of Brigade). L. S. 1 p. folio. Paris, July 3, 

1793. 

Regarding the salaries for the judges of the Court of Justice of the 
district of Guerande. 

790. Beaumoxt (Marc A. — French general, created a- peer by Louis XVI.). 

A.L.S. 3 pp. folio, Erturt, April 32, 1813. To the Minister of 
War. With portrait, full bust in uniform, Foujet sculp. 

Asking tlie minister to send him another map in place of one lost 
during the campaign. 

79 L Beauregard (Foureau De — Xapoleon's physician at Elba, and Member 
of the Assembly of One Hundred Days). A.L.S. 3 pp. 13mo, 
including the addressed portion. Paris, Feb. 9, 1831, informing his 
friend Beton that although his nephew may be in disgrace, principally 
through his inability to pay money due, he would like very much, 
nevertheless, to have his nephew receive the " decoration speciale." 

793. Beauvais De Preaux (Charles IST. — French physician, member of the 
iSTational Convention, voted for death of Louis XVI.). L.S. 1 p. 
4to. Paris, March 14, 1790. Regarding a delegation to be sent to 
the Xational Assembly. 

793. Beauvau (Charles Juste, Prixce De — Marshal of France). L.S. 

3 pp. small 4to. Fontainebleau, Oct. 31, 1775. 

At the end are eight lines in Beauvau's autograph, with initials, re- 
garding his pension. 

794. Becker (Joseph — Deputy of the Xational Convention). Signature and 

7 lines in his autograph on margin of letter in another hand relative 
to appointment of P. J. Keller as surgeon, &c, 1 p. folio. [Paris], 
n.fl. (Portion of letter torn off). 



795. Beckeh (Leonard Nicolas — French general, accompanied Napoleon to 

Eochefort). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Oct. 25, 1812. To the Minister of 
War. 

Intercession on behalf of an officer, who was a prisoner in England. 

796. Becker (Leoxard Nicolas). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Ambroise 

Tardieu direxit. 8vo. Stipple. 

797. Becker (Leonard Nicolas). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. 

Unsigned. 8vo. 

798. Beckford (William). Portrait, half length, seated at table holding 

document in right hand. Engraved by K. Houston. Mezzotint. 
Folio (slight repairs and cut close). 

On the same plate are portraits of J. Townsend and John Sawbridge, 
all three figures being dressed in robes of office. 

799. Beckmann (Johaxn — German naturalist). Portrait, full bust in oval. 

J. E. Haid sculp. 1779. Speck del. Mezzotint. Small 4to. 

800. Beffroy De Beauvoir (L. E.) and Turreau (Louis). — (Members of 

the National Convention). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Nice, le 23 Ventose, I'An 
III. [March 13, 1795], advising the Committee of Public Safety that 
they are sending the petition of C. Baurot and all letters bearing 
upon it. 

801. Beker (General). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Aiguiperse, Puy-de-dome, Jan. 

29, 1830. To Baron Yillemers. * 

Thanking the recipient for the information tliat a post-office is to be 
established between Bordeaux and Lyons. 

802. Belisarius — Byzantine general. Portrait, half length. Engraved by J. 

Young, painted by J. Hoppner. Mezzotint. Folio, cut close. 

London, 1787 

803. Bellavene (Jacques N. — appointed by Napoleon as inspector-general 

of military schools). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, March 28, 1800. To 
Gen. Berthier, Minister of War. 

On military affairs, telling Berthier that an adjutant commander has 
been ordered to return to his post at Metz. 

804. Belle-Fontaine (Chevalier — French naval captain). D.S. 1 p. 4to. 

On board " Le Belliqueux," near Toulon, Feb. 26, 1693. 

805. Bellegarde (Henri, Comte — field-marshal). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p.n.d. 

To General Grouchy. 

Writer is delighted that Grouchy should think so highly of one of his 
(the writer's) officers. Informs recipient that although aide-de-camp Capt. 
Fougeroux is suffering, he may recover. 

806. Bellegarde (Henri, Comte). Portrait, full bust in uniform. S. 

Bordiga inc. N. H. Jacob del. 8vo. 

807. Bellegarde (Eoger De — favorite of Henry III and Henry IV). Last 

page of a L.S. 1 p. folio. Undated but ca. 1595. AYith portrait. 



808. Belliard (Augustin D. — Marshal of France). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. 

Metz, Jan. 9, 1814. To General 

An extract of a letter written to Belliard bj- another marshal, and. re- 
communicated to the recipient, with additional particulars. 

809. Belliard (Augustin D.) L.S. 2 pp. folio, Chalon, Jan. 18, 1814. To 

the Minister of War. 

Regarding two officers of the military staff who were sent with 114 
wagons loaded with various articles. 

810. Belliard (Augustin I).). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. Un- 

signed. 8vo. 

811. Belloy ( Jean Baptiste De — French Cardinal). D.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, 

May 10, 1802. With red wax seal, and portrait. 

812. Bem (Joseph — distinguished Polish general, served under DavoustJ. 

A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Paris, Oct. 8, 1844. To Jarry de Maney, prof, 
of history. 

Offering to send the recipient a copy of his chronological table of the 
History of France, etc. 

813. Benezech (Pierre — French statesman and revolutionist, Minister of 

the Interior, 1795). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, August 17, 1795. To 
M. La Barthe, accountant at Versailles. 

Regarding the furnishing of shoes by Citizen Vielair. 

814. Benezech (Pierre). 6 official L.S. as Minister of the Interior. 6 

pieces. 1795. 

815. Benezech (Pierre). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 15, 1797. Eegarding 

supplies. 

816. Benezech (Pierre). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, le 7 Prairial, I'An V 

[May 26, 1797]. Order relative to saddlery used in a riding school. 

817. Bennigsen (Levin A. T. — celebrated commander in the Russian serv- 

ice). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Engraved by E. Bell, after 
P. E. Streehling. Mezzotint. Small 4to. London, 1807 

818. Bennigsen (Levin A. T.). Portrait, full length in uniform. L. Rados 

inc. G. B. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

819. Bentinck (George, Lord— English statesman in Kapoleon's time). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo, undated. With portrait. Personal letter. 

820. Bentinck (William C. C, Lord — ^British general, commander of the 

troops sent to aid Ferdinand, King of Sicily, joined Sir John Moore, 
and was at the battle of Corunna). A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo. (London), 
April 25, 1825. A personal letter. With portrait, after Lawrence, 
on India paper. 

821. Bentick (William C. C, Lord). Portrait, full bust in uniform. G. 

Zarzon inc. Stipple. 8vo. 



822. Behard (August S. L. — one of the founders of the first company for 

the production of illuminating gas, prominent in the Revolution of 
1830). Signature to 2 Bridge-Inspection reports, each 3 pp. folio, 
including addressed portions. Paris, May 18 and June 9, 1832. (3 
pieces). 

823. Beresford (Sir William C. — British general, captured IMadeira, fought 

under Wellington). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Lichfield, July 7, 1814. To 
the Quarter-Master General. 
On military affairs. 

82.4. Beresford (Sir William C.) Portrait, full Inist in uniform, from a 
sculpture. Freeman sculp., after Carlo Amatucio. Stipple. Proof 
in open letters. 8vo. London, 1814 

825. Beresford (Sir William C.) Portrait, half length, also colored rep- 

resentation " Marshal Beresford engaged with the Polish Lancers 
at the battle of Albuera, 1811." M, Dubourg sculpt. ]\Ianskirch delt. 
London, 1816. 4to. 2 pieces. 

826. Bergasse (Nicolas — French jurist and political writer). Portrait, full 

bust in oval. Mezzotint. Unsigned. 8vo. London, 1788 

827. Berger (M.) L.S. 1 p. 4to. Versailles, Dec. 3, 1796. To Citizen La 

Barthe. A request for supplies for the Xational riding school. 

828. Berlier (Theophile — Member of the Convention, French jurist). L.S., 

2 pp. folio. Paris, le 17 Pluviose, I'An III [Feb. 5, 1795]. To the 
Commission on Civil, Police, and Judicial Administrations, relative 
to the case of one who passed judgment upon a man in two judicial 
positions, and ordering that such cases shall not come up again. 
Signed, also, by Ch. Pottier. 

829. Berlier (Theophile). L. S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, le 29 Pluviose, I'An 

III [Feb. IS, 1795]. As chairman of the National Convention in- 
forms the provisional head of the civil, &c., administration that 
jurors will not be allowed their liberty while a case is under discus- 
sion. Signatures, also, of Oudot and Genevois. 

830. Berlier (Theophile). L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, le 8 Ventose, I'An III 

[Feb. 26, 1795]. Decrees that the sentence passed upon three crim- 
inals cannot be changed. Signed, also, by Genevois. 

831. Berlin. Colored view. Folio. London, 1815 

832. Bp:rnadotte (Charles John, King of Sweden, Marshal of France). 

A.D.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, July 12, 1799. With portrait, full bust in 
uniform, lithograph on India paper. 

Written as Minister of War, and an autliorization to Citizen Man- 
gouvil. sub-Lieutenant in the 29th regiment of light infantry, to serve in* 
the 12th division under (Jeneral Ney. 

833. Bernadotte (Charles John). L.S. 1 p. folio. Lintz (Austria), Jan. 

18, 1806. To M. Bereveur, receiver general of the army. Allowance 
for expenses. 



834. Bernadotte (Charles John). L.S. 1 p. folio, Hambourg, Nov. 3, 1807. 

To the Couuelllor of State asking for a position as inspector of cavalry 
in favor of a M. Flicliet, who had served previously in another corps. 

835. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, " Charles John, Crown Prince 

of Sweden," full bust in uniform. C. Turner sculp. Eota pinxt. 
Mezzotint. Proof on India paper in open letters. 4to. 

London, 1813 

836. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, "Carlo Giovanni, Principe 

Eeale di Svezia." Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. In 
colors, ito. Milano, n.d. 

837. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, inscription as the preceding, 

full length in uniform. G. Carmine inc. DallDon dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

838. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, full bust in uniform, together 

with that of his wife. B. Lavigne [sculp.]. Stipple. 4to. 

839. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Grave 

par G. Fiesinger, dessine par ... J, Guerin. Stipple. 4to. 

Paris, n.d. 

840. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, full bust in oval. Grave par 

G. Fiesinger, dessine . . . par J. Guerin. Stipple. Folio. 

Paris, n.d. 

841. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint 

by Levachez, battle scene and biographical account in script beneath. 
8vo. on small folio sheet. 

842. Bernadotte (Charles John). Another copy of the same. 

843. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Line 

engraving. Unsigned. In colors. 8vo. 

844. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Des- 

sine d'apres nature par J. Guerin, et grave par G. Fiesinger. Stipple. 
Folio. Fine impression with full margins. 

845. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, full bust in uniform, together 

with that of his wife. Grave par Choubard, dessine par Lafond j*". 
Stipple. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

846. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Charon sculp. Martinet pinxit. Mezzotint. Folio. 

847. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Lith. Destouches. 4to. India paper. 

848. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Lithograph on India paper. 

849. Bernadotte (Charles John). Portrait, "Carl XI Y. Johan," J. Car- 

don lith. Waij pinx. Folio. 



850. Bernard (Louis — Lieiit.-Gen. of Engineers under jSTapoleon, chief en- 

gineer of the U. S. armv, constructed Fortress Monroe.) D.S. 1 p. 
folio. Feb. 15, 1793. To the post-master. With red wax seal. 

An order to furnish post-horses for the delivery of an important mes- 
sage. Approved by Lazare Nicolas M. Carnot. with his signature in 
lower left-hand corner, also by Billaud-Varenne. the eminent French 
Jacobin, with his signature, both members of the Committee of Public 
Safety. 

851. Bernhard (Charles F., Grand Duke of Saxe Weimar). L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Dec. 26, 1808. A friendly letter, writer regrets being unable to help 
his friend. With portrait, full bust in oval. Stipple. Also A. L.S. 
of his wife, Oct. 17, 1817, 2 pp. Together, 3 pieces. 

852. Berri (Charles F. — French prince, served under the Prince of Conde). 

Portrait, full bust in uniform. Early lithograph, unsigned. 4to. 

853. Berri (Charles F.) Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. Jno. 

Godefrey del. et sculp. 4to. 

854. Berry (C. F. D'Artois, Due De— second son of Charles X of France). 

L.S. 1 p. small 4to. Bethuue, March 29, 1815. Appoints De Mey- 
ronnet, colonel, and urges upon him the importance of securing the 
loyalty of the men of his command, and of l)eing ready to join the 
king whenever they are ordered. With portrait. 

855. Berry (C. F. D'Artois, Dug De). Portrait, half length in uniform. 

Grave par Euet. Stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

856. Berry (Caroline, Duchesse De — daughter of Ferdinand I., King of 

the Two Sicilies, married the Duke of Berry, second son of Charles 
. X.). L.S. "Marie Caroline,*' with several words in her autograph, 
n.p. Xov. 13, 1866. With portrait, on India paper. 

857. Berthiau (General). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, Jan. 18, 1797. To M. 

Berger, in charge of the riding school at Versailles. Eegarding money. 

858. Bertitier (Louis Alexandre, Marshal of France, served under Lafayette 

in the American Eevolution). D.S. 1 p. folio, Dec. 30, 1791. Also 
"' Con^"ention apres le bataille de Marengo," containing portrait of 
Berthier. 

The demand for a leave of absence for a lieutenant colonel unable to 
return to his duties owing to illness by M. de Toustain to Berthier, signed 
by him in full, with " Approve " also in his autograph, also signed by 
Periot, Delalain and De St. Housre. 

859. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Gorizia (Feb. 1796). 

To General D. Chabot. 

A military letter in which the writer informs the recipient that the 
20th regiment of dragoons has received orders to move towards Gorizia, 
and wait in that position until the division which he commands passes 
there. 

860. Berthier (Louis Alexandre) D.S. 1 p. folio. Milan, June, 1796. 

A signetl statement of money collected during the month of May, by 
the paymaster of the army of Italy, written to the chief commissary. It 
was in this year that Berthier became Chief of Staff of the army of 
Napoleon, with the rank of general of division. 



861. Bekthiek (Louis Alexandre). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, le 1 Pluviose, 

I'An 10. [Jan. 20, 1802]. To Genl. Don Zelos, with instructions as 
to his duties. 

862. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). D.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, March 1, 1805. 

Signed also by Sanson. 

Orders for M. Coraboeuf, 2cl grade geographical engineer, to report at 
Hanover. 

863. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). L.S. " Prince Alexandre." Ip 4to 

Bambouillet, Sept. 14, 1807. 

Acknowledging the receipt of a book on military antiquities. 

864. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). D.S. ''Alexandre." 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

Feb. 18, 1808, informing M. Desirat that the Emperor has granted a 
pension of 2000 francs. 

865. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Bayonne (France), 

July 16, 1808. Granting, in the name of the Emperor, two months' 
leave of absence with full pay. 

866. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). L.S. "Alexandre," 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

Oct. 24, 1814. To Count de Bergon, forwarding him a petition, 
which was that day presented to the king. 

867. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). A.L.S. "L. Berthier," 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

Dec. 28, n.y. To Citizen Montesay. 

868. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). A collection of heads within floral 

borders, including Berthier, Francis II., Maria Louisa (Empress of 
Austria), and others. Together, 13 portraits, on 1 sheet. Small 
folio. Unsigned. 

869. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Grave 

par Juliannau, dessine par Mile, de Noireterre. Stipple. 8vo. 

Paris, n.d. 

870. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mezzo- 

tint (by Levachez), battle scene and biographical notice in script 
beneath. 8vo. on small folio sheet. 

871. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). Another copy of the same. 

872. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). Portrait, full length in uniform. On 

India paper. 8vo. Biographical account. 

873. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). Portrait, full length in uniform, tele- 

scope in right hand, soldiers and battery in background. Charon 
sculp, ; Martinet pinxt. Mezzotint. Folio. 

874. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). Portrait, full length in uniform, stand- 

ing. " Alessandre Berthier, Principe di Neuschatel." L. Eados iuQ. 
G. B. Bosio dis. 8vo. 

875. Berthier (Louis Alexandre). Portrait, full length in uniform, stand- 

ing. Lithograph on India paper. Unsigned. 



876. Bertiiier (General Berbuy — brother of Marshal Berthier, fou<ijht in 

the American Revolution). L.S. 2 pp. folio. [Paris], July 26, 
1T!)2. Mentions that the sum M. Chretien states is due him, is, 
really, not due him, and gives reasons for statement. Signed, also, 
by P. de Delley, French economist, and others. 

877. Berthier (General Bekeuy). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, May 3, 1796. 

To Citizen Caperiere, at the war office. 

878. Berthollet (Claude L. — eminent French chemical philosopher, one of 

the few select friends of Bonaparte who returned to France with 
him in 1799). L.S. 1 p. folio, (Paris), June 6, 1795. To the Com- 
mittee of Public Safety. 

879. Berthollet (Claude L.). L.S. 1 p. folio. [Paris, Dec. 3, 1795]. Ex- 

tract from a report. Signed, also, by [A.] Mongez. 

880. Berthollet (Claude L.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Allais sept. 

Eembrandt Peale pinxt. Stipple. 4to. Oi^en letters. 

881. Berton (Jean Baptiste — French general, executed by order of Louis 

XVIII.) . A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. June 24, 1797. To Citizen Laurent. 
With portrait, full length in uniform. 

A letter in which Berton discusses the value of two horses taten by 
soldiers fi'om other soldiers. 

882. Bertrand (Henri Gratien — French general, accompanied ISTapoleon 

to St. Helena). A.L.S. 3 pp. folio, Bouleduc, Feb. 3, 1812. To 
the Due de Feltre (Henri Jacques G. Clarke), Minister of War. 
With sculptured head, after David. 2 pieces. 

On paper watermarked " Louis Napoleon. King of Holland." A mili- 
tary letter regarding the 3d batallion of the 3d regiment, mainly con- 
sisting of foreign soldiers, which had just started for Wiliernstadt. De- 
scribes in detail their condition, three hundred men lack uniform, they 
are practically without arms, not enough officers in command, etc. 

883. Bertrand (Henri Gratien). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Jan. 24, 1814. To 

M. Plaskett. 

A letter of thanks on the return of some newspapers, and informing the 
recipient that the Emperor will receive him that evening. 

884. Bertrand (Henri Gratien). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Feb. 25, 1831. 

Eelating to the field officers of the Xational Guard. 

885. Bertrand (Henri Gratien). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Litho- 

graph. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

886. Bertrand (Henri Gratien). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mecou 

sculp. Bordes pinxt. Proof before letters on India paper. 4to. 

887. Bertrand (Henri Gratien). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mecou 

sculp. Bordes pinxt. With name and inscription. 4to. 

888. Bertrand (Comtesse — wife of Henri Gratien). A.L.S. " La Comtesse 

Bertrand." 1 p. 12mo. July 12, n.y. A request to call the follow- 
ing day. 



889. Bertraxd (Pieere — Member of the Natioiial Convention). A.L.S. 1 p. 

KJrno. Paris, Ic 18 Ventose, I'An III. | March 8, 1795]. To Citizen 
Canibefort asking him to convene the Committee of Public Safety 
and make report on a petition submitted. 

890. Bertraxd (I'ikkkh). Portrait, full bust in oval. Girardet sculp. Per- 

rin del. Line engraving. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

891. BEssiiiRES (Jean B., Due D'Istrie — Marshal of France, chiefly instru- 

mental in placing Joseph Bonaparte on the throne). A.L.S. 1 p. 
4to. Undated, but 1797. With portrait, full length in imiform. 

To the Minister of War. Bessieres having received instructions regard- 
ins the transfer of troops a'e])lies that the letter lias been received, and 
that the troops will be moved from Courtray to Douleur. 

892. Bessieres (Jeax B., Dug D'Isteie). L. S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Nov. 8, 

1807. To Berthier, stating that Marshal Mortier desires more mem- 
bers of the Xational Guard, &c. 

893. Bessiicres (Jeax B., Due D'Istrie). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Boutron sc. Meyer delt. Stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

894. Beugxot (Jacques C. — French statesman. Minister of Finance under 

Jerome Bonaparte). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to and 12mo (including an 
unsigned continuation in 12mo). Paris, May 1, 1817. With portrait. 
To Baron ^Monnier. 

895. Beurxoxvtlle (Pierre De Peul — Marshal of France, imprisoned at 

Olmutz, during or about the time that Lafayette was imprisoned" 
there). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Oct. 1799. 

A fine letter to the Minister of Finance, asking him to take care of two 
trunks that he had forwarded to Berlin by vessel and stage, and asking 
that they be passed through the customs unopened. 

896. Beurx'Oxville (Pierre De Buel). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Mezzotint [by Levachez], battle scene beneath. 8vo, on folio sheet. 

897. Beurxoxville (Pierre De Euel). Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Lith. de Gerard. India paper. 8vo. 

898. Bey of Tuxis. A.L.S. in Oriental characters. 2 pp. 8vo. Tunis, 17th 

day of the month Shahaban. 1104 [Jan. 17, 1781]. With seal. (3 
pieces). 

Curious document from Bashaw Aly, Bey of Tunis, to King George III. 
of England, with full English translation (2pp. 4to). Complains that a 
Captain Boyd of his Majesty's service has purchased a vessel of him. but 
has failed to make the necessary payment for same, and asks the king 
for redress. 

899. BiAXCiii (Friedrich — Austrian commander, fought against the French). 

Portrait, full length in uniform. Line engraving [Italian work]. 
Unsigned. Small folio. 

900. BiGxox (Edward — French historian). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p. Jan. 10, 

n.y. To a firm of booksellers, asking how many copies of a work 
by him they wish to have. 



901. BiRON (Charles Armaxd De — Marshal of France under Louis XV.). 

L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, IMarcli 30, 1733. 
A letter of thanks regarding a will. 

902. BiRON (Charles De Gontault, Due De — Marshal of France, Ambas- 

sador to England, beheaded in 1602). D.S. 1 p. folio on vellum. 
Jan. 3, no year. With 2 views and portrait, the latter engraved by 
Chenu. 

903. BiRON (Louis A.). Portrait, full length in uniform. From the folio, 

Versailles Gallery. 

904. Blackstone (Sir William — celebrated English jurist). Portrait; Sir 

David Baird — distinguished general. Portrait; Billaud-Varennes. 
Portrait; F. C. A. Bouille — French general. Portrait; D. Benjamin 
Gottlieb. Portrait; Mile. Bourgoin — French actress. Portrait; F. 
P. Brueys d'Aigalliers — French admiral. Portrait; Julius Caesar. 
Portrait; P. T. Cadudal — Napoleonic conspirator, Portrait. Small 
folio and smaller. Together, 9 pieces. 

905. Blacos (M. — Minister of Louis XVIII.) . Portion of a D.S., with sig- 

nature. 1 p. 8vo. An order to forward chests from the custom 
house at Marseilles. 

906. Blake (William). Portrait, half length. Engraved by L. Schiavonetti 

after T. Phillips. Etching. On India paper. 4to. London, 1808 

907. Blanchard (M. — member of the National Convention), also Chretien 

and Goisset. A.L.S. of each, (two of the first named), written on 
4 pp. 4to. April 27, 1792, and no date. All regarding money. 

908. Blucher (Gebhard L. Vox, Prixce, and Prussian Field-Marshal). 

L.S. with 2 lines in his autograph. Army of the lower Ehine, Head- 
quarters, St. Cloud, July 17, 1815. With portrait on horseback. 

909. Blucher (Gebhard L. Vox). Portrait, full bust in unifonn. Engraved 

by A. Smith after Dahling. Stipple. 4to. (slightlv creased). 

London, 1813 

910. Blijcher (Gebhard L. Vox). Portrait, full bust in uniform. A. 

Smith sculpt. Dahling pinx. Stipple. 4to. London, 1813 

911. Blucher (Gebhard L. Vox). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple, 

unsigned. Small folio. London, 1814 

912. Blucher (Gebhard L. Vox). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Gegra- 

veerd door W. van Senus, geschilderd door P. J. Lutzzenkirchen. On 
India paper. Fine impression. 

913. Blucher (Gebhard L. Vox). Portrait, full length in imiform. Nach 

dem leben gemalt und gestochen von J. C. Bock. Stipple. Small 
folio. Xurnberg, n.d. 

914. Blucher (Gebhard L. Vox). Portrait, full bust. Engraved by L. 

Vendrumini, drawn by P. S. Stroehling. 4to. London, 1814 



915. Blucher (Gebhard L. Von). Portrait, full bust in uniform. A. 

Smith sculp. Dahling pinxt. Stipple. London, 1813 ; 2 portraits 
in battle, and portrait of Gen. T. W. von Bulo. 4to and 8vo. To- 
gether, 4 pieces. 

916. BLtJCHER (Gebhard L. Von). Portrait, "The Warlike Marshal Von 

Bliicher," half length in uniform. Stipple. 4to, margins cut away. 

London, 1814 

917. Bltjcher (Gebhard L. Vox). Portrait, full bust in imiform. En- 

graved by Hooghamer. Stipple. 4to. Verse in Dutch beneath. 

918. Blucher- (Gebhard L. Von). Portrait, full bust in uniform. F. 

Lignon sculp. Vigneron del. Line engraving. 4to. 

919. Bltjcher (Gebhard L. Von). Portrait, " Feldmarschall von Bliicher," 

full bust in uniform. J. G. Mabsfeld sc. Stipple in brown. 4to. 

Wein, n.d. 

920. BlOcher (Gebhard L. Von). Portraits, (1) on galloping horse, Wachs- 

mann fc. Kolbe del.; (2) full length in uniform, G. A. Sasso inc. 
G. B. Bosio dis. ; (3) at the battle of Ligny. Line and stipple. 4to 
and 8vo. Together, 3 pieces. 

921. Blijcher (Gebhard L. Von). Portrait, full length in uniform. Drawn 

by W. Heath. Line and stipple. In colors. Folio. London, 1814 

922. Blucher (Gebhard L. Von). Portrait, in uniform, on horseback. 

Eomney del. et sc. 4to. London, 1815 

923. BLticHER (Gebhard L. Von). Portrait, in uniform, on galloping horse. 

Wachsmann sc. Kolbe del. 4to. • 

924. Blijcher (Gebhard L. Von). The meeting of Blucher and Wellington. 

Dutch engraving. D. Slayter sculp. J. Kamphuyzen delin. Folio. 

Amsterdam, n.d. 

925. Bltjcher. A.L.S'. of the son of Field-Marshal Blucher, 3 pp. 4to. Aetona, 

April 8, 1840. To General ( ?). 

Apologizes for not answering letters more promptly. Speaks of tlie 
happy days gone by, and the honors bestowed upon him by Charles X., 
etc. 



At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Fourth Session, Numbers 926 to 1258, Inclusive 

FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14th, AT 8.15 O'CLOCK 

For date of other sessions, see " ORDER OF SALE," page supra. 



926. Bo (J. B. J. — member of the National Couvention). x\.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. 

Paris [Oct. 11, 1793]. Asks leniency for Citizen [Flessele], a politi- 
cal offender, &c. 

927. BoissET (Joseph A. — French Jacobin, member of the Council of the 

Ancients). D.S. (with wax-seal), 2 pp. folio. Aigues-Mortes, le 16 
Nivose, TAn III [Jan. 5, 1794]. Orders the coast to be fortified so 
vessels may not land, &c. 

928. Boissy-DMkglas (F. A. De — President Xational Convention, Member of 

the Council of 500). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to, including addressed portion. 
Paris, March 5, 1822. To M. Thiebaut, concerning a sum of money 
to be paid to him. Portrait, and short biographical notice (3 pieces), 

929. Boisst-D' Anglas : (F. A. De). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. [Bouorinas ?] , Sept. 

30. 1820. Thanks to a Baron for his attention to a young lady. With 
portrait. 

930. BoissY-D'AxGLAS (F. A. De). Portrait, full bust in oval, F. Bonneville 

del. et sculpsit. Line engraving. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

931. Bonaparte (Caroline — sister of Napoleon, Queen of Naples). L.S. 

"Caroline," 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 13, 1812. To M. Danziger (?). 
Written on Napoleon's water-marked paper. 

Asking the recipient to see that her trunk is not delayed in any way. 
It is to proceed to Naples and is not to be examined by custom ofiicers, 
as it contains no forbidden articles. 

932. Bonaparte (Caroline). A.K.S. 1 p. 12mo. n.p.n.d. Asking the 

recipient what she intends to do the following evening. 

933. Bonaparte (Caroline). Original pencil drawing. Unsigned. 4to. 

934. Bonaparte (Caroline). Portraits, (1) three-quarter length. In 

colors. [From the Court of Napoleon] ; (2) half length. Paquier 
sc. David pinx.; (3) full length. [From the Versailles Gallery]. To- 
gether, 3 pieces. 4to and 8vo. 



935. Bonaparte (Caroline). Portrait, full length. Grave par Delannoy, 

peint par Gerard. From the Versailles Gallery. Folio. 

936. Bonaparte (Charles L. J. L. — Prince de Canine, eldest son of Lucien 

Bonaparte, and an eminent naturalist). A.L.S. " C. L. Bonaparte," 
1 p. 4to. Rome, Feb. 24, 1849. To the National Assembly at Crete 
relative to a communication sent some time before. 

937. Bonaparte (Charles L. J. L.). A.L.S. " Charles L. Bonaparte, Pee. 

de Canino," 1 p. 4to. Florence, Oct. 25, 1841. Piegarding the send- 
ing of a copy of a letter written by his father to his brother, during 
his last stay in England. 

938. Bonaparte (Charles L. J. L.), A.L.S. " C. L. Bonaparte," 1 p. 8vo. 

Paris, May 14, 1853. Written in Italian. 

939. Bonaparte (Charles L. J. L.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Aug. 14, 1853. 

Thanking the recipient for lending him a copy of Audui)on's Birds 
of America. 

940. Bonaparte (Charles L. J. L.). Portrait, "Luciano Bonaparte." Tor- 

chiana inc. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

941. Bonaparte (Charles L. J. L.). Portraits, (1) half length. _Ch, Dev- 

ritz del. et sc. ; (2) the same proof before inscription. 2 pieces. 

942. Bonaparte (Charles L. J. L.). Portraits, (1) half length. Ch. Pa- 

quien sc. David del.; (2) early lithograph, full bust in uniform. 2 
pieces. 

943. Bonaparte (Charlotte — daughter of Charles Lucien, who was the son 

of Napoleon's brother Lucien). A.L.S. "Charlotte B. L. P. Ga- 
brielli," 2 pp. 4to. Eome, Jan. 1, 1835. An affectionate family 
letter to her uncle. On 2 other pages is her uncle's autograph reply. 

944. Bonaparte (Charlotte). A.L.S. "Charlotte Bonaparte Primoli," 2 

pp. 8vo. Paris, Feb. 17, 1866. A personal letter. 

945. Bonaparte (Charlotte). L.S. " Charlotte Gabrielli, nee Bonaparte,'* 

1 p. 4to. Ptome, April 7, n.y. To her uncle, informing him that a 
marriage has taken place in their chapel. 

946. Bonaparte (Charlotte). A.L.S. "Charlotte Bonaparte Primoli," 4 

pp. 12mo. Paris, Jan. 17, n.y. A personal letter, with mention of 
her sister. 

947. Bonaparte (Eugenie— Empress op the French). L.S. "Eugenie," 

1 p. folio, n.p. Feb. 1861. To her cousin, thanking him for the letter 
he sent during the Christmas holidays. With portrait. 

948. Bonaparte (Jerome — King of Westphalia, youngest brother of Napo- 

leon I). Autograph endorsement in two places, one signed "Jerome 
Napoleon " and the other " King of Westphalia." 1 p. folio. A.L.S. 
of M. Arnaud, Paris, Sept. 12, 1807. 



949. Bonaparte (Jerome). Passport issued to him and his valet. 1 p. royal 

4to (folded). Paris, Aug. 33, 1848. With signatures of the Prefect 
of Police, secretary-general, the Belgium Consul, and others. 

950. Bonaparte (Jerome). A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. [Oct. 8, no year.] To his 

sister, announcing his arrival. 

951. Bonaparte (Jerome). A.L.S. 1 p. ]2mo. n.p.n.d. To his hrother Jo- 

seph (eldest brother of Napoleon I). 

Stating that he has returned from Woolwich and will set out for Ports- 
mouth the following day, etc. 

952. Bonaparte (Jerome). Portrait, full bust in uniform. E. Schule sc. 

1807. Stipple. 8vo. 

953. Bonaparte (Jerome). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Lith, de Del- 

pech. Folio. 

954. Bonaparte (Jero]\ie). Portrait, full bust in -uniform. Grave d'apres 

une miniature, termine par Duthe. Stipple. 4to. 

955. Bonaparte (Jerome). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Lithograph after 

Legrand. 4to. 

956. Bonaparte (Jerome). Portrait, three quarter length in uniform. Lith- 

ograph after Alophe ( ?). Open letters on India paper. 4to. 

957. Bonaparte (Jerome). Portraits, (1) full length in uniform, Leguay 

sc, Gaildrau del.; (2) full lengih in royal robes. Grave par Des- 
jardins, dessine par Belloli. 4to and 8vo. 2 pieces. 

958. Bonaparte (Jerome — son of Jerome Bonaparte, King of Westphalia). 

L.S. " Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte," 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 21, 1852, 
To the Minister of State, regarding laws of the city of Bordeaux. 
With portrait. 

959. Bonaparte (Jerome). A.L.S. " ISTapoleon," 1 p. 8vo. n.p. July 21, 

1858. To Marshal **** (?). 

Asking that a change be made in the list of names submitted to the 
Emperor, etc. 

960. Bonaparte (Jerome). L.S. " voire affectionne — Napoleon {Jerome)" 

1 p. 8vo. Eoyal Palace, June 17, 1869. To General **** ( ?) re- 
garding an appointment for Captain Pietri. 

961. Bonaparte (Jerome). A.L.S. "jSTapoleon Bonaparte," 1 p. 8vo. 

Paris, Friday the 7th, n.y. A personal letter. 

962. Bonaparte (Jerome — grandson of Jerome Bonaparte, King of West- 

phalia.) A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Versailles, June 26, 1860. To his 
cousin. Napoleon III. 

Informing his cousin that he was kept away from his grandfather dur- 
ing his illness and also from his death-bed. 

963. Bonaparte (Jerome). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Paris, May 3, 1865. Thanks 

ior a copy of " The Dictionary of Congress." 



964. Bonaparte (Joseph — eldest brother of ISTapoleon I.). A.L.S. "Bona- 

parte," 1 p. 4to. Mortefontaine, Sept. 8, 1800. To J. S. Briot, 
secty.-gen. of the prefecture of the dept. of Doubs at Besangon. A 
letter of thanks. 

965. Bonaparte (Joseph). A.L.S. "Bonaparte," 1 p. 4to. Mortefontaine, 

April 21, 1801. Acknowledging the receipt of a letter. 

966. Bonaparte (Joseph). A.L.S. "Bonaparte," 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 

17, 1803. A letter of thanks. 

967. Bonaparte (Joseph). D.S. "Bonaparte," 2 pp. folio, (Lundy), Oct. 

21, 1805. A nomination, signed also by Coland, and Porcher. 

968. Bonaparte (Joseph). A.L.S. "Joseph Bonaparte," 1 p. folio, Paris, 

Dec. 26, 1805. To Baron Denniee, general of the armies in Spain. 
Acknowledging the receipt of a letter. 

969. Bonaparte (Joseph). A.L.S. "Joseph, Ct." (Survilliers?). 

1 p. 4to. Pointe Breeze (U. S.), July 10, 1814. Acknowledging the 
receipt of a letter regarding property. 

970. Bonaparte (Joseph). L. S. " Joseph," 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 22, 1819. 

To the Count de Lacepede, stating that the military services of M. 
Lef evre entitle him to the Cross of the Legion of Honor. 

971. Bonaparte (Joseph). A.L.S. "Joseph, Comte de Survilliers," 1 p. 

4to. Pointe Breeze, May 12, 1820. Asking that something be for- 
warded. 

972. Bonaparte (Joseph). D.S. "Joseph, Comte de Survilliers," 1 p. 4to. 

Burlington, X. J., Dec. 18, 1822, signed also by Charles F. A. Lalle- 
mand, French general, who was then a fugitive in the United States. 
With portrait. 

973. Bonaparte (Joseph). A.L.S. "Joseph," 1 p. 12mo. Den Ham (Neth- 

erlands), Dec. 31, 1834. To C'omtesse Eeynand de St. Jean d'Angely. 
A friendly letter. 

974. Bonaparte (Joseph). D.S. "Joseph." 2 pp. folio, London, Oct. 24, 

1840. Signature to power of attorney, written Avhen he was 72 years 
of age. 

975. Bonaparte (Joseph). D.S. "Joseph, Cte. de Survilliers," 4 pp. 4to. 

n.p.n.d. Also with " conforme a la note originale du Baron Menne- 
val " in the autograph of Joseph Bonaparte. 

An exceetlingly interesting document, the original of which was written 
by Baron Menneval. It is an account of the departure of Marie Louise 
and her son from Paris, and of the signer's duty to protect and safeguard 
them. Gives details regarding the desire of Marie Louise to remain in 
Paris according to the instructions of Napoleon. 

976. Bonaparte (Joseph). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple by 

Schumann, also representation of Bonaparte's flight from the battle 
of Vittoria, engraved by E. Pollard. 2 pieces. 



977. Bonaparte (Joseph). Portrait, full bust in uniform, tof^^etlier with 

that of his wife. Stipple. Unsig-ned. In colors, colored by hand. 
8vo. 

978. Bonaparte (Joseph). Portrait, full bust in uniform. .Grave par .... 

Douas, terminee par Duthe. Stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

979. Bonaparte (Joseph). Portrait, lialf length, seated. S. W. Reynolds 

sculpt., Point-Breeze, Etats-unis d'Americpie, 30 Janvier, 1831, J. 
Groubaud pinxt. Mezzotint. Proof in open letters, margins on 3 
sides cut away, mounted and inlaid, repaired on lower margin. 

London, 1833 
The reproduction in Sloaue's Life of Napoleon was made from this 
engraving. 

980. Bonaparte (Joseph). Portrait, " Giuseppe jSTapoleone," half length in 

uniform. Ant. Verico incise. Vicart dipinse. Stipple. Fine im- 
pression. Folio. in Firenze, n.d. 

981. Bonaparte (Joseph). Portrait, half length in uniform. Grave par 

Payen, dessine par Swebach. Stipple. 8vo. 

982. Bonaparte (Joseph). Portrait, full length in uniform, standing, wear- 

ing cocked hat, entitled " Son Altesse Imperiale le Prince Joseph 
frere de I'Empereur grand Electeur de I'Empire." Unsigned line 
engraving. In colors. Small folio. Paris [ca. 1799] 

983. Bonaparte (Joseph). Portrait. "S. A. I. le Prince Joseph Bonaparte, 

Grand Electeur de I'Empire Frangais," full length in uniform. Line 
engraving. Unsigned. In colors, portions touched up by hand. 

984. Bonaparte (Joseph). Portrait, " Giuseppe Bonaparte," full length in 

uniform. Torchiana inc. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

985. Bonaparte (Joseph). Portrait, full length in uniform. Legemissel, j®. 

sculp. In colors. Also full length portrait of his wife. 2 pieces. 

986. [Bonaparte (Joseph).] A.L.S. of the wife of Joseph Bonaparte, Julie 

Clary, signed '' Julie," 1 p. 4to. Florence, Jan. 5, 1841. To her niece, 
thanking her for kind wishes and news, etc. With portrait, full length. 

987. [Bonaparte (Joseph).] A.L.S. of the wdfe of Joseph Bonaparte, 1 p. 

8vo., signed ''' Julie Clary," Ampach, July 29, n.y. Also autograph 
note by M. Clary (her brother? ). A request to help M. Bouneman. 

988. Bonaparte (Joseph C. P., Prince — son of Jerome Bonaparte). A.L.S. 

1 p. 8vo. Paris, April 7, 1855. Authorizing M. Pascal to employ 
men. With portrait. 

989. Bonaparte (Joseph C. P.). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, Dec. 5, 1855. Re- 

garding a report. 

990. Bonaparte (Joseph C. P.). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Royal Palace, Jan. 27, 

n.y. 



991. Bonaparte (Joseph Napoleon — son of Charles Lucien, who was the 

son of Napoleon's brother Liicien). A.L.S. "Joseph Napoleon Bona- 
parte." 1 p. 8vo. Rome, April 14, 1837, commending M. Pilois as 
a distinguished painter. With illnstrated article on " Bordentown 
and the Bonapartes." 

992. BoNAPAPtTE (Joseph Napoleon). A.L.S. "Joseph." 1 p. 8vo. Rome, 

April 14, 1857. A letter of introduction for Mr. and Mrs. Pelosi to 
his cousin. 

993. Bonaparte (Julie Zenaide — grand-daughter of Lucien Bonaparte). 

A.L.S. 4 pp. 12mo. Paris, n.d. To her cousin Ernestine. A friendly 
letter, with addressed envelope. 

994. Bonaparte (Letitia — daughter of Lucien Bonaparte, and niece of Na- 

poleon). A.L.S. (third person), commencing "La Princesse Le- 
titia Bonaparte," 2 pp. 8vo, Feb. 20 n.y. Regarding a book. 

995. Bonaparte (Letitia R. — mother of Napoleon). "Portraits, (1) half 

length, seated, " Napoleonis Mater," Charlotte Napoleon delt. Roma, 
1835; Lith. Ballagny. Open letters. 4to; (2) Art Journal repro- 
duction from a statue. 4to. Together, 2 pieces. 

996. Bonaparte (Letitia R.). Portrait, full length, C. Muller sc. [after 

a sculpture by Canova]. 8vo. 

997. Bonaparte (Louis — King Of Holland, brother of Napoleon I.). L.S. 

" Louis," 1 p. folio, Mayence, August 2, 1806. To M. Champagny, 
]\[inister of the Interior. 

998. Bonaparte (Louis). L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including addressed portion. Flor- 

ence, Nov. 14, 1839. Requests Caccia & Co. to forward a letter and 
600 francs, &c. 

Letter written about 7 years before his death, and when he had adopted 
the title of Connt de St. Leu. 

999. Bonaparte (Louis). Wax seal on envelope. With portrait. 

1000. Bonaparte (Louis). Portrait, full bust in uniform, oval medallion, 

surrounded by figures. Gegrav door P. L. Jenxis, onder direct, van 
Zyn Vader. Line engraving. 4to. [Amsterdam ?, n.d.] 

1001. Bonaparte (Louis). Portrait, full bust in oval, in uniform. Douas 

sculiDt. Stipple. Svo. 

1002. Bonaparte (Louis). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Couche fils sc. 

Open letters on India paper (margins stained). 4to. 

1003. Bonaparte (Louis). Portrait, " Ludwig Napoleon," full bust in uni- 

form. Zwichau bey Schumann. Stipple. 8vo. 

1004. Bonaparte (Louis). Portrait, half length in uniform. Dessine par 

Swebach, termine par Chaponnier. Stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

1005. Bonaparte (Louis). Portrait, full length, seated, in uniform. P. 

Adam sculp. F. Gerard pinxt. Etching. Proof on India paper 
before inscription. 8vo. 1829 



1006. Bonaparte (Louis). Portrait, full length in uniform. Line engrav- 

ing. In colors. 4to, Paris, n.d. 

1007. BoNArARTE (Louis). Portrait, in uniform, on horseback. Line en- 

graving. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

1008. Bonaparte (Louis). Portrait, " Luigi Bonaparte," full length in uni- 

form. Torchiana inc. L. ]\roroel dis. in Olanda. Stipple. 8vo. 

1009. Bonaparte (Louis Lucien — nephew of Napoleon I.). A.L.S. 1 p. 

8vo. Paris, Jan. 9, 1864. Eegarding his writings. 

1010. Bonap.arte (Lucien, Prince De Canino, brother of Napoleon I.). 

L.S. "Lucien Bonaparte," 1 p. folio. Paris, Jan. 16, 1800. To 
Citizen Consolin regarding a position. 

1011. Bonaparte (Lucien). D.S. "L.Bonaparte." 1 p. folio, n.p. (Paris), 

May 31, 1800. With portrait. 

Written on paper headed " Bonaparte, premier Consul de la Repub- 
liqne." by order of Napoleon I, appointing Citizen Salliour as sub-prefect 
of Brest. 

1012. Bonaparte (Lucien). A.L.S. "L. Bonaparte." 1 p. small 4to. 

Paris, May 1, 1802. To M. Le Joyand regarding application for a 
position. With portrait. 

1013. Bonaparte (Lucien). A.L.S. "L." 1 p. 4to. London, May 14, 

1838. To M. Patorni, a lawj-er on civil and political affairs, etc. 
With portrait. 

1014. Bonaparte (Lucien). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Inst. Bibl. 

exct. Stipple. 8vo. 

1015. Bonaparte (Lucien). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Line engraving. 

Unsigned. 12mo. 

1016. Bonaparte (Lucien). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint. Un- 

signed. Proof. 4to. 

1017. Bonaparte (Lucien). Portraits, (1) full bust, unsigned, with fac- 

simile signature; (2) half length in uniform, grave par Frangois. 
8vo. 2 pieces. 

1018. Bonaparte (Lucien). Miniature full length in uniform, wearing 

glasses. Stipple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

1019. Bonaparte (Marie — granddaughter of Lucien Bonaparte). A.L.S. 

1 p. 8vo. Canino. Dec. 15, 1842, to Louis Bonaparte, ex-King of 
Holland, the writer's uncle. On personal matters. 

1020. Bonaparte (:^L\RIE Anne ^lisa — sister of Napoleon I.). A.L.S. 

" filisa B." 2 pp. 4to. Pisa, Nov. 3, 1810. 

A personal letter to an unnamed countess, written shortly before she 
became Grand Duchess of Tuscany, thankin? her for delivering a toy to 
the prince, and asking her to forward description of any new style that 
may appear. 



1021. BoxAPARTE (Makik Axxe Elisa). A.L.S. "Elisa Baciocchi." 1 p, 
12mo. n.p.n.d. With portrait, as Duchess of Tuscany. 

This letter was written after she became the wife of Felix Baciocchi, 
asliing the recipient to go to Plessis and spend a few days with her. 

1023. Bonaparte (Marie Anne Blisa). Portrait, full length, standing. 
Grave par Pigot, peint par Lethierre. Line engraving, from the 
folio edition of the Versailles Gallery. 

1023. Bonaparte (Marie Anne Slisa). Portrait, full length. Lithograph 

after Lacauchie, also full length after Lethierre. Together, 2 pieces. 

1024. Bonaparte (Marie Anne :fiLisA). Portrait, half leng-th in oval. 

Early lithograph. Unsigned. 4to. 

1025. BoNAPAETE (Marie De Solms — daughter of Letitia Bonaparte, the 

niece of Napoleon I.). A.L.S. " M. de Solms nee Bonaparte." 1 p. 
12mo. Aix-les-Bains, n.d. A personal letter, with addressed en- 
velope. 

1026. Bonaparte (Marie De Solms). A.L.S. "Bonaparte Wyse de Solms." 

1 p. 12mo. n.p.n.d. Eegarding a package. With portrait. 

1027. Bonaparte (Marie J. Clary — Madame, wife of Joseph Bonaparte). 

Portrait, full bust in oval. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 

1028. Bonaparte (Marie J. Clary). Another copy of the preceding, a 

somewhat better impression. 

1029. Bonaparte (Marie J. Clary). Portrait, full length standing. Grave 

par Pedretti, peint. par E. LefevTe. From the Versailles Gallery. 
Folio. 

1030. Bonaparte (Marie J. Clary). Portrait. '" ]\[ad. Buonaparte," full 

bust in oval [as a girl], Verter inc. Vil dis. Stipple. 8vo., full 
margins. Rotterdam, 7mbre 10, 1796 

1031. Bonaparte (Xapoleon C. — son of Jerome by his second wife). A.L.S. 

1 p. 8vo. n.p.n.d. Regarding the opening of the Legislature. 

1032. Box^^APARTE (Napoleox'-Eliza — Countess Camarata; daughter of Marie- 

Eliza Bonaparte, eldest sister of Napoleon, Princess Bacciocchi). 
A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to, including addressed portion. [Rome, May 4, 
1830.] To M. Eugene la Bon, on personal matters. Signed, 
" Napoleon." With wax seal. 

1033. Bonaparte (Paulixe — sister of Napoleon I., married General Leclcrc). 

A.N.S. "Pauline," 1 p. 12mo. March 28, n.y. 

1034. BoxAPARTE (Paulixe). Portrait, full length. Lithograph after La- 

cauchie; also full length portrait of her husband, General C. E. 
Leclerc. Together, 2 pieces. 

1035. Bonai'arte (Pierre — son of Lucien Bonaparte). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. 

Well in, province of Luxembourg (Belgium), Oct. 12, 1842. With 
portrait. 



1036. Bonaparte (Prixcess Matiiilde, (laughter of Jerome Bonaparte). 

A.L.S. 3 pp. 12mo. n.p. Jan. 18, 1875. Personal letter. 

1037. Bonaparte (Princess Mathilde), A.L.S. " Mathilde Bonaparte," 

3 pp. 12mo, August 3, n.3\ Eegarding a position. With portrait. 

1038. Bonaparte (Princess Mathilde). A.L.S. 3 pp. 12nio. May 27, 

n.y. 

1039. Bonaparte (Princess Mathilde). A.L.S. 1 p. 12ino. Jan. 30, 

n.y. Eegarding a project. With addressed envelope and portrait. 

1040. Bonaparte Family. A.L.S. of Madame Marie Eattazzi, granddaughter 

of Lucien Bonaparte, signed " Marie de Eattaz. 1 p. 12mo, 1830. 

1041. Bonaparte Family. A.L.S. of Madame Carie Eattazzi, signed " ^Farie 

de Salmo." 1 p. 8vo. A personal letter, n.p.n.d. 

1042. Bonaparte Family. A.L.S. " Christine," Marie Christine Euspoli, 

wife of Prince Gregory J. P. Bonaparte, grandson of Lucien Bona- 
parte. 4 pp. 8vo. Paris, Sept. 1, 1867. A family letter, with men- 
tion of several members. 

1043. Bonaparte Family. A.L.S. " Zenaide Eoccagiovine." of Julia Char- 

lotte Z. P. L. Bonaparte, daughter of the Prince of Canino. grand- 
daughter of Lucien Bonaparte. 2 pp. 8vo. Paris, Xov. 14, 18()7. 
Eegarding tickets. 

1044. Bonaparte Family. A.L.S. of Prince Camillo Borghese of Eome, sec- 

ond husband of Pauline Bonaparte, sister of Xapoleon I. 1 p. 4to. 
Feb. 16, n.y. With portrait. 

1045. Bonaparte Family. A series of 50 miniature portraits representing 

the Eoyal Family of France, the Family of Buonaparte, and French 
Generals, Statesmen, etc., also a series of 48 miniature portraits rep- 
resenting the British and their Allies. On 2 folio sheets. 

London, 1816 

1046. Bonaparte Family. Genealogical Table of the Family. Double folio. 

Lithograph (repaired). . London, 1852 

1047. BoNDY (Pierre M. T. De — chamberlain to jSTaiDoleon, member of the 

Chamber of Deputies). Fourteen lines and signature on letter from 
Brindeau asking for a position. 1 p. folio. Paris, Jan.. 1838. Signed, 
also by Brindeau. 

1048. BoNNARD (Gener^vl — aide-de-camp to General Carteux). Xapoleon 

gave him the title of Count in 1804). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Ver- 
sailles, Oct. 21, 1802. To the Minister of War. AYith portrait, full 
bust in uniform. 

1049. BoNNARD (EoBERT ALEXANDRE De — French geologist and member of 

the Institute). A.L.S. to the president of the Eoyal Society of Lon- 
don. 1 p. 4to. Paris, September 15, 1832. 

Announcing that the " Bulletin des Sciences " of the Societe Philo- 
matique of I'aris has made its reappearance, and sending a copy of the 
same in the name of the Society. 



1050. BoxxiER (Antoixe S.). Portrait, full l)u.st in oval. Mvy/Aoi'mt by 

Lavachez, military scene and biographical notice in script beneath, 
8yo. on small folio sheet. 

1051. Boone (Daxiel). Deliverance of the ("laughters of D. Boone and Gal- 

lawav. Lithograph by K. Bodmer after Lemercier. Large folio. 

1852 

1052. Booth (Edavin — eminent American actor). Photograph, full bust. 

Written on bottom is " Originally presented by Mr. Booth," also 
writing on back (name of recipient erased, but member of The 
Players Club, 1900). 

1053. BoRGHESE (Camillo — married Xapoleon's sister, Pauline). Portrait, 

full bust in uniform. India paper. 8vo. 

1054. BoRY De Saixt-Vixcext ( J. B.G.M.— French naturalist). Portrait, 

full bust in oval. Grave par A. Tardieu. Stipple. 8vo. 

1055. Bosc (Louis — eminent French naturalist; visited America in 1796, 

where he spent two. years in scientific investigations). A.L.S. 3 pp. 
and a half. 8vo. Paris, December 11, 1791. 

An interesting letter speaking of a plant sent to him for examination, 
■and of other botanical matters. 

lOSn. Boscaavex (Edward — English admiral, commanded in 1758 the expe- 
dition to America). Portrait, full l)ust in uniform. Copper engrav- 
ing, unsigned, from the Military Dictionary. Small folio. 

1057. BosTOX. Vue de Boston vers le Cale du Port. Dutch line engraving 

by Habermann in colors. Folio. [Circa 1780] 

1058. BosTOX. Vue de la Eue le Roi vers la Porte de la Campagne a Boston. 

Dutch line engraving by Habermann in colors. Folio. (^Mounted.) 

[CinYi 1780] 

1059. BosTOX. Yue de la Piue et de la Maison de Yille a Boston. Dutch 

line engraving by Habermann in colors. 4to. \_Circa 1780] 

1060. BosTOX. Yue de la Eue grande vers L'Eglise du Sud des Presbi- 

teriennes a Boston. Dutch line engraving bv Habermann in colors. 
4to. ■ [Circa 1780] 

1061. BosTOX. Yue de Boston. Grave par F. X. Habermann. Dutch line 

engraving. Li colors. -Ito. [Circa 1780] 

1062. BosTOX. Yue de la Eue grande vers I'figlise du sud des Presbiteriennes 

a Boston. Grave nar F. X. Hal)ermann. Dutch line engraving. In 
colors. ' [Circa 1780] 

1063. BosTOX. Yue de la Eue du Eoi vers la Porte de la Campagne a 

Boston. Grave par F. X. Habermann. Dutch line engraving. In 
colors. 4to. (margin repaired). [Circa 1780] 

1064. BosTOX. Yue de la Eue et de la IMaison de Yille a Boston. Grave par 

F. X. Habermann. Dutch line engraving. In colors. 4to. 

[Circa 1780] 



1065. Boston. View of the Court House in Boston erected in 1811 and 1813. 

Stipple engra^dng• by J. Kidder. 8vo. [Circa 1813] 

1066. Boston. Eaadhuset I Boston. 8vo. Unsigned. [Circa 1820] 

1067. Boston. Boston from Boxbury. Line engraving by Carter, Andrews 

& Co., after J. E. Smith. 4to. [Circa 1826] 

1068. Boston. L'Eutree au Port de Boston. Gravee d'apres le Tableau de 

Vernet. Line engraving (cut close and mounted), and another view 
of Boston by Eolph after Billings. 2 pieces. 

1069. BouBEE (Xeree — French Geologist). A.L.S. to the President of the 

Academy of Sciences of London. 1 p. 4:to. Paris, March 1, 1832. 
Respecting certaiu scientific experiments made in a lake in the Pyrenees. 

1070. Boucher (Madam — probably the mother of Andre Jean Boucher 

d'Argis, who was publicly denounced by i\Iarat, and condemned to 
death). A.L.S. " Widow Boucher." 1 p. 4to. Written underneath 
are some lines in another hand, dated June 16, 1776. 

1071. BoucRET (XicoLAs — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. -ito. Nantes, 

June 16, 1793. To the Military Commission. Regarding the prepar- 
ing of quarters for 200 men. 

1072. Bougainville (Louis Antoine De — celebrated French navigator, 

1729-1814). Official L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 26 Brumaire, An. XI 
(1802). With portrait. 2 pieces. 

Bougainville was the first French navigator who made the circuit of 
the world. 

1073. Bouillon (Dug De). D.S. " Le due de Bouillon," with autograph 

salutation, 2 pp. small 4to. Yillette, May 24, 1762. A list of things 
to be done at the home of the signer. 

1074. Bouillon (Due De). A.L.S. " Le due de Bouillon." 1 p, small 4to. 

n.p.n.d. relative to some affair in which writer and recipient are 
interested. 

1075. Bourbon (Charles De, Comte De Charolais). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Paris, Sept. 13, 1725. Regarding a report. 

1076. Bourbon (Duchesse De — mother of tlie Due d'Enghien, who was 

shot by order of N"apoleon). A.L. (initials, third person). 1 p. 
8vo. n.p.n.d. 

1077. Bourbon (Louis Auguste De — Prince De Dombes). L.S. "Louis 

Auguste de Bourbon," Ebringen (a village in Baden), ISTov. 8, 1744. 
Regarding instructions by the king, etc. With portrait, full bust in 
armor, copper engTaving. 

1078. Bourbon (Louis Francois J. De — Prince De Conti). A.L.S. 1 p. 

4to. Paris, April 24, 1773. With portrait. 

1079. Bourbon (Louis Henri De — son of Louis XI Y., first minister of 

Louis XV.). L.S. "Louis de Bourbon." 1 p. 4to. Offenburg (a 
town in Baden). Sept. 7, (1727). To Coimt de Bellejol. Asking 
for information about the police who killed the Marquis de Pleuque. 



1080. Bourbon (Louise M. T. B. D'Oeleans, Duchesse De — Prixcess Of 

France, daughter of Louise Pliilippe). A.L.S. 1 p, small 4to. 
Paris, Feb. 4, 1821. Letter of thanks. With portrait. 

1081. Bourbon Family. A collection of documents on vellum and paper, 

relating to the Bourbon famil3^ including an expense account of the 
Countess de Provence, ITTl, etc. Together, 4 pieces. 

1082. Bourbon rA:MiLY. Genealogical record of the Bourbon family. Finely 

written manuscript. 1 p. folio, vellum. XVIIIth century 

1083. BouRGADE (Armanb — French litterateur). A.L.S. 3 pp. 8vo. and 

Original Manuscript, 16 pp. 4to. of Poems (signed) on Napoleon 
III. and IV. Paris, May 8, 1874. (2 pieces). 

Bourgade encloses the Poems with letter and asks his friend if they 
cannot be printed in pamphlet form and sold for 5 or 10 cents apiece. 

1084. BouRGOiN (Mlle. — Mistress of Xapoleon). A.L.S. (third person), 

1 p. 8vo. n.p.n.d. To ]\[. Vigneron, telling him that the doctor has 
ordered her away for several days. 

1085. BouRLEMONT (L'Abbe De). L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Pome, Xov. 17, 1665, 

mentioning the generosity of Louis XIV. in regard to the Cav. Ber- 
nini [the eminent Italian sculptor and architect]. (Eebacked and 
portions water-stained.) 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 91), enclosed in his library 
wrapper and with his autograph annotations. 

1086. BouRMONT (Louis A. V. — Marshal of France, distinguished himself 

in the Russian campaign). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, August 24, 
1808. To the Due de Eeggi [Xicolas Charles Oudinot]. 

Bourmont announces the sentence imposed upon Roche, by the dis- 
ciplinary council of the 6th infantry regt. Requests him to inform the 
Minister of War. 

1087. Bourmont (Louis A. V.). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, April 30, 1829. 

AVith portrait, full Inist in uniform. Nordheim, sc. Julien, del. 
Stipple. 

Written to his military superior asking for leave of absence for a 
lieutenant whose father had recently died, and saying that his presence 
was necessary for the opening of the will. 

1088. Bourrienne (Fauvelet De — French diplomatist, well known as the 

biographer of Napoleon). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 11, 1818, 
stating that he has received 2 letters from Germany which he does 
not understand, &c. 

1089. Bourrienne (Fauvelet De). A.N.S. 1 p. 8vo. Fontaine, June 23, 

n.y. Eequesting the return of some memoranda. 

1090. BoYER (P. — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Army of St. Domingo, 

April 19, 1802. With portrait. 

1091. Braddock (General Edward). Defeat and Death of General Brad- 

dock in North America. Copper engraving by Scott, after Dodd. 
Folio. [Circa 1790] 



1092. BiiAZiL. Olinda de Phernambuco. Line engraving. 4to. 

1093. Bkeckinbridge (Egbert J. — American divine). Portrait, half length. 

Engraved by J. Sartain, painted by A. J. Miller. Mezzotint. Open 
letters (slight stains on margins). 8vo. 

1094. Brissot De Warville (Jean Pierre — celebrated French Girondist 

leader, made a voyage to the U. S. to inquire into negro slavery). 
A.L. unsigned, 2 pp. 4to. n.p. (August 3, 1789). To M. Not 
(Nott?). 

A letter in which Brissot explains how he came to obtain one hundred 
thousand dollars in New York, when about 1789 he made a journey to 
that city on behalf of the " Society of the Friends of the Negro." He 
says that a man holding an important position in Congress offered him 
(Brissot) certificates to the amount of $100,000 which were to be sold, etc. 

1095. Brissot De Warville (Jean Pierre). Portrait, full bust in oval. 

Mezzotint by Levaehez, battle scene and biographical notice in script 
beneath. 8vo. on small folio sheet. 

1096. Brissot De Warville (Jean Pierre). Portrait, full bust in oval. 

Mezzotint by Levaehez, battle scene and biographical notice in script 
beneath. 8vo. on small folio sheet. 

1097. Brissot De Warville (Jean Pierre). Another copy of the same. 

1098. Brissot De Warville (Jean Pierre). Another copy of the same. 

1099. British and Their Allies (The). A series of 48 miniature portraits 

representing, also, the Koyal Family of France, The Family of 
Buonaparte"^ and French Generals, Statesmen, etc., the latter contain- 
ing 50 miniature portraits. On 2 folio sheets. London, 1816 

1100. British Battles. " Lord Eobert Manners mortally wounded on board 

the Eesolution in the memorable engagement between Admiral Eod- 
ney and Comte de Grasso in the West Indies, the 18th of April, 
1782." Copper engraving by Grignion, after Metz. Folio. 

[Circa 1790] 

1101. Broglie (Victor Franqois, Due De — Marshal of France; served with 

distinction in the Seven Years' War). Copy of a Letter signed by 
him and with a line in his autograph. 1 p. and a half, folio. 

January 6, 1782 

1102. Broglie (A. L. V, C, Due De — French Statesman, married the 

daughter of Mme. de Stael) D.S. 1 p. 8vo. March 31, 1819. With 
portrait. 

1103. Broglie (A. L. V. C, Due De). A.N. in third person. 12mo. [Paris, 

ca. 1833]. 

1104. Brooks (N. A.). Painting of a United States ten dollar note, issue 

of 1880. Gilt frame. Signed " N. A. Brooks, N. Y., 1888." 



1105. Bruix (Eustaciie — French admiral, appointed commander of the flo- 

tilla which Napoleon intended for the invasion qf England). L.S. 
1 p. folio, n.p., Feb. 28, 1798. 

.Stating that the Executive Directory having accorded 1,850,000 fr. to 
the Minister of the Navy, decrees the amount to be spent in a certain 
way. 

1106. Bruix (Eustache). L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, March 3, 1798. With 

portrait. 

A refusal to bring before the Directory Capt. Jonathan Parlier's (com- 
mander of the American scliooner Iris) claim for indemnity. 

1107. Brun De Villeret (General). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, St. Chely, May 

20, 1825. To the Minister of Finance. 

1108. Bruxe (Guillaume M. A. — Marshal of France; offended Napoleon, 

who removed him from office, took command under Napoleon on 
his return from Elba). L.S. 1 p. folio. Boulogne, Sept. 27, 1806. 
To Marshal. Prince of Neufchatel. Minister of War, regarding the 
election of officers of the 55th regiment. 

1109. Bruxe (Guillaume M. A.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mezzo- 

tint by Levachez, battle scene beneath. 8vo. 

1110. Bruxe (Guillaume M. A.). Another copy of the same. 

1111. Bruxe (Guillaume M. A.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Line 

engraving. N. V. D. Meer, jun. del. & fee. Hand colored. 8vo. 

1112. Brune (Guillaume M. A.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mezzo- 

tint by Levachez, scene and biographical account in script beneath. 
8vo. on small folio sheet. 

1113. Bruxswick-Luxeburg (Karl W. F., Duke Of — celebrated German 

commander). L.S. to the Due de Choiseul. 2 pp. folio. May 1, 
1762. With 2 portraits, one full length, after Bosio (3 pieces). 

1114. Bruxswick-Luxeburg (Karl W. F., Duke Of). Portrait, half length. 

CI. Kohl, sc. A. Graff, pinx. Line engraving. Folio. 

1115. Bruxswick-Luxeburg (Karl W. F., Duke Of). Portrait, three-quar- 

ter length, in uniform. Houbraken sculp. 1766. P. Gosse, Jr., 
& D. Pinet, excud. Line engraving. Folio, cut close. 

1116. Brux'Swick-Luxeburg (Karl W. F., Duke Of). Portrait, three-quar- 

ter length in uniform. Sysang, fee. Line engraving. 4to. 

1117. Brux\swick-Oels (Friedrich W., Duke Of — entered the Prussian 

service, killed at Waterloo). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Brunswick, Jan. 24, 
1815. 

1118. Bruxswick-Oels (Friedrich W., Duke Of). Portrait. "Herzogvon 

Braunschweig Oels," full bust in uniform. In colors. 8vo. 

1119. Bruxswick-Oels (Friedrich W., Duke Of). Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 



1120. BuLow (FRiEDRicfi W., Count — Prussian general, added materially to 

the victory gained by the Allies at Waterloo). L.S. 2 pp. folio. 
Headquarters at Copenhagen, May 8, 1809. 

Requesting the aid of general (?) to lielp two Danish oflicers who 
wish to serve as volunteers in the French army. 

1121. BttLOW (Frtedrich W., Count), l^ortrait, full bust. Engraved by 

Vendramini, after Stroehilne. 4to. London, 1814 

1122. BuLow Von Dennewitz (Graf — German officer). Portrait, oval bust 

in uniform, embroidered coat, without hat. Stijjple. Unsigned, 8vo. 

Zwickau, n.d. 

1123. Bunker Hill. Battle of Bunker Hill. Copper engraving. Unsigned. 

Small folio. [Circa 1784] 

1124. Bunker Hill. Die Schlacht von Bunker-Hill. G. Nordheim sc, J. 

Trumbull pinx. Line engraving. Large folio (creased at end). 

1125. Burnet (Gilbert). The title-page of volume II of History of His Own 

Time. London, 1734, with " The Original Manuscript of both Vol- 
umes of this History will be deposited in the Cotton Library by G. 
Burnett" on reverse of title, in author's autograph ( ?). 

1126. BuRNOUF (Eugene, distinguished French Orientalist, and perpetual 

secretary of the Academy of Inscriptions). A.L.S'. 1 page 4to. 
Paris, December 27, 1833. 

To Mons. Dessenne, one of the Directors of the Royal Press of Paris, 
thanking him for the interest taken in the printing of one of his works. 

1127. BuRNOUF (Eugene). A.L.S. 1 page 4to. Paris, June 9, 1839 

To the Secretary of the Royal Society of London, enclosing publications 
of the French Asiatic Society, of whicli he was secretary. 

1128. BuRRARD (Sir Harry — British general, served under Cornwallis in the 

Eevolutionary war). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. (London), May 19, 1808. 
To the Secty. of War. 
Regarding '^Joseph Lynox of the first brigade of guards. 

1129. Cadet De Vaux. A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 30, 1841. Requests 

entrance to ]\[onsieur's park. 

1120. Cadiz. Depart de la flotte de Cadix pour la Vera Cruz. Dutch line en- 
graving, colored by hand. 4to. 

1131. Cadoudal (Georges — one of the Chouan chiefs, in the Pichegru con- 

spiracy). L.S. 1 p. folio. [Paris], Sept. 17, 1814. Pleads for the 
release of a sailor who has been sent to the galleys. 

1132. Cadoudal (Georges). Portraits, (1) full bust in oval. Gautier sculp. 

Dumontier del. Stipple; (2), full length. Lithograph after Lacau- 
chie. Together, 2 pieces. 8vo. 



1133 C\ENALES (^kfAiUiUis De— Spanish Ambassador to London). L. Sub- 

scribed and S. to Mons. Blatuet sending to him the here enclosed 
copy of a Sanvegarde of Mary Queen of England for the Persons and 
Estates of the Viscountess d' Esclaye and Baron de Frey, fearing the 
approach of the Confederate armies. 2 pieces, folio. London, May 
1, 1696. 

1134 C^ES^R (Julius). Portrait. Mezzotint, 4to. (cut to plate mark). 

' ^ ' [London, Bowles J 

1135 Caffarelli (A.— maritime prefect, councillor of state). A-L.S. 1 p. 

12mo. Brest (France), Sept. 7, 1803. Eelating to supplies, etc. 

1136 Caffarelli (Franqois M. A.— French general, escorted the Empress 

Marie Louise to Vienna). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Luxembourg, March 9, 
1795. To Gen. Marceau. With portrait, eng. by Dutertre. 

The writer having- been ordered by Gen. Fruouf to take Gen Charpen- 
tier's p^ace as adjutant general, says that he will be delighted to serve 
under Marceau, etc. 

1137. Caffarelli (Francois M. A.). Portrait, full bust. Grave par A 

Lurat. India paper. 8vo. ^aris, ibob 

1138. Caffarelli Du Falga (Louis M. J. MAXiMiLiEN-French general 

accompanied Bonaparte to Egypt). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Pans, April 

19 1798 

Requesting the recipient to reach Lyons by April 24, where money and 
a passport would be given him. 

1139 Cagliostro (Alexander— celebrated arch-impostor). Portrait, full 

bust in oval. Mezzotint in tints (margins cut away, mlaid. 8vo. 

1140 Cahier (B. C— minister of Louis XVI). L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Jan. 

6, 1792. Relative to the breaking of seals upon reports relating to 
the suppressed courts of justice. 
1141. Calais. Le Porte de Calais. Dutch line engraving. In colors. 4to. 

1142 Caloxxe (Charles Alexandre DE-French Minister of State under 
' Louis XVI). Complimentaiy A.L.S. to an English Lady, and 

speaking of one of his books, promising to send it. 2 pages bvo. 
March 7, 1789. With portrait. 2 pieces. 

1143 Calonne (Charles Alexandre De). Portrait full bustin uniform. 

Mezzotint by Levachez, scene and biographical account m script be- 
neath. 8vo,"'on small folio sheet. 

1144. Calonne (Charles Alexandre De). Another copy of the same. 

1145. Calvert (GEORGE-first Lord Baltimore). Full bust portrait on cop- 

TT ■ 1 1+^ Circa 18UU 

per. Unsigned. 4to. "^ 

On the same sheet are portraits of the Countess of Suffolk and Mar- 
garet, Countess of Cumberland. 

1146 Cambaceres (Jean J. P. De— celebrated French statesman, second 

1146. bAMjBACLRES^^^ ^ ^^^^^ Paris, Sept. 12, 1798. To the Commissary, 

II disct.. City of Paris. A letter of thanks. 



1147. Cambaceres (Jean J. R, De). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, le 4 Vendemiaire, 

FAn 8 [Sept. 25, 1799], sending the procuration asked for by the 
Minister of the Navy and Colonies. 

1148. CAMnACERiss (Jean J. E. De). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint 

(by Levachez), biography in script beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

1149. Cambaceres (Jean J. E. De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Ber- 

nard sculp. Stipple. 8vo. 

1150. Cambaceres (Jean J. E. De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Payen 

sculp, le Febvre del. Stipple. Fine impression. 8vo. 

1151. Cambaceres (Jean J. E. De). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint 

[by Levachez], biographical account in script beneath. 8vo, on small 
folio sheet. 

1152. Cambaceres (Jean J. E. De). Portrait, " G. G. Eegis di Camba- 

ceres," full length in uniform, seated. Biasioli inc. Bosio dis. 

Stipple. 8vo. 

1153. Cambaceres (Jean J. E. De). Portrait, full length in uniform. From 

the folio, Versailles Gallery. 

1154. Cambaceres (Marie J. P. H., Due De, nephew of the preceding). 

A.L.S. 3 pp. 8vo. n.p. 1859. 

Following the Emperor's orders he encloses a list of names to whom in- 
vitations for a function had been sent. 

1155. Cambalen (M.). L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Paris, Feb. 1, 1819. A letter of 

thanks to M. Pyrou. 

1156. Cambridge (Adolphus Frederick, Duke Of — 7th son of George III. 

of England). Pay Warrant signed by him. 2 pp. folio. Hanover, 
April 24, 1815. 

1157. Cambridge (George William F. C, Duke Of — British general). Por- 

trait, full bust in oval. J. Godby sculp. F. Eehberg del. Stipple. 
Folio. London, 1814 

1158. Cambronne (Pierre J. E. — French general, accompanied Bonaparte 

to Elba, taken prisoner at Waterloo). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Lille, 
Sept. 16, 1822. 

Asking to be relieved of duty owing to ill health. 

1159. Cambronne (Pierre J. E.). Portrait, fidl bust m uniform. Stipple 

in colors. 4to. 

1160. Campan (Jeanne H. L. G. — eminent teacher). A.L.S. " Genest 

Campan," 3 pp. 4to. Ecouen, Aug. 14, 1809. To Miss Boileau. 
With view of her school " ficole d'enseignement mutuel." Contem- 
porary view, curious and scarce. 

Written on paper " Legion d'honneur. Maison Imperiale Napoleon." 
Asks the recipient to forward three copies of an encyclopaedia, when 
she has obtained permission from the Minister of State to purchase same. 



1161. Campbell (John — Duke Of Augyle and Greenwich). Portrait, full 

bust in armor. Copper engraving by Houbraken. Small folio. 

1162. Campredon (Jacques D. M. — French general, appointed minister of 

war by Joseph Bonaparte). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Montpellier, Oct. 23, 
1806. 

Expressing satisfaction at being sent to Naples, and saying that lie will 
take certain scientific instruments, etc. 

1163. Camus (Antoine Le — celebrated French physician). Portrait, full 

bust in oval. Line engraving, in bistre. 8vo. in ISTapoli, n.d. 

1164. Camus (Armand G. — French writer). L.S. 1 p. 4to, with seal. 

[Paris], le 29 Thermidor, I'An VI [August 16, 1798]. Certification 
relative to the amount of salary received by M. Berger. 

1165. Camus (Michel — delivered by traitors to the Austrians). Portrait, 

full bust in oval. J. Gauter sculp. F. Bonneville del. Stipple. 8vo. 

Paris, n.d. 

1166. Camus (M. Le — President of the National Assembly), Portrait, full 

bust in oval. Stipple. 8vo. 

1167. Canada. Thousand Islands. (Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence.) 

Tinted lithograph after Kollner. 4to. New York, 1851 

1168. Canclaux (Jean Baptiste C, Count — inspector-general of cavalry 

under Bonaparte). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Cherbourg, Oct. 22, 1809. 
To the Minister of War, Count de Hunebourg. With portrait, late 
impression. 

Informing the minister that he gave orders to establish a eourt-martiai 
at Alengon. 

1169. Canning (George — British statesman. Premier of England). L.S. 

1 p. folio. Lisbon, Feb. 3, 1815. To Lord Castlereagh apprizing him 
that he has drawn upon his agent for £2,000 on account of extraor- 
dinaries. 

1170. Canning (George). Portrait, full bust in oval. Stipple. 8vo. 

Paris, n.d. 

1171. Canova (Antonio — celebrated Italian sculptor, invited to Paris by 

Bonaparte, of whom he executed a statute which later came into the 
possession of the Duke of Wellington). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Eome, May 
21, 1815. With mention of Cardinal Pacca. 

1172. Canova (Antonio). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 1819. With portrait. 

1173. Canova (Antonio). Portrait, full bust in oval. Grave par F. Weber, 

peint par Gerard, Line engraving. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

1174. Canova (Antonio). Portrait, full bust. C. S. Pradier sculp., F. 

Gerard, pinx. Line engraving, 4to, 

1175. Canova (Antonio). Portrait, half length. C. S, Pardier sculp, P. 

Gerard pinx. Line engraving. 4to. Paris, n,d. 



1176. Canrobert (Francois Certain — Marshal of France in 1856, wounded 

at Inkerman, etc.). D.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, April d, 1856. Warrant 
for payment. 

1177. Cappellini (Sebastian — cousin of Gen. Horace F. Sebastien). A.L.S. 

2 pp. 4to. Perigueux, [1801]. Portrait of the latter. 

To his cousin Geu. Horace F. Sebastien telling him that lie had heard 
he had succeeded in having his uncle created cardinal of Ajaccio. 

1178. Caprara (Cardinal). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Eonia, July 4, 1792. 

The signer officiated at the Coroi-.ation of Napoleon as king of Italy in 
1805. 

1179. Caracalla (Marcus A. A. B. — Eoman emperor). Portrait, full bust. 

Dessine et grave a la lampe — d'apres le buste antique. Mezzotint. 
4to. Small margins. 

1180. Carignano (Josephine — Marquise de Savoy). A.L. in third person, 

2 pp. 16mo, with envelope and wax-seal. To the Marquis d'Alfieri, 
etc., inviting him to spend a few days at Eacconis. (2 pieces.) 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 151), enclosed in his library 
(wrapper and with his autograpli annotations. 

1181. Carnot (Lazare J^. M. — French statesman, member of the Tribunat). 

Portrait, full bust in miiform. Hii sculpt. Camsir del. Line and 
stipple. Printed in colors. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

1182. Carnot (Lazare N". M.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. 

Unsigned. 8vo. 

1183. Carnot (Lazare X. M.). Portrait, " Lazzaro Carnot," full length 

seated, in uniform. Sasso inc. Bosselman dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

1184. Carnot-Feulins (Claude M. — brother of Lazare N. M. Carnot, and 

general of brigade). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 29, 1829. To M. 
di Gavando, thanking the recipient for a letter on the abolition of 
the death penalty. 

1185. Caron (M.). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Muzlberg( ?), August 22, 1713. To 

Abraham Durant. Informing the recipient that no news is at hand 
from the court. 

1186. Carea Saint-Cyr (Jean Francois — eminent French general). A.L.S. 

2 pp. small folio. Alexandria, May 3, 1798. To General Grouchy. 
With portrait, full bust, in uniform. 

A gossipy letter in which he tells Grouchy that he and his men have 
returned to their own quarters, for whicli they are glad, sends cordial 
greetings, asks for news, and says that he is undecided whether to stay 
at Alexandria or march to Turin. 

1187. Carra Saint-Cyr (Jean Franqois). L.S. 4 pp. folio. Copy of a 

letter written Jan. 24, n.y. to Gen. Lamer and Gen. Moncey, by the 
Minister of War, copied and signed by order of Carra Saint-Cyr. 

An important military document regarding the movements of the 
troops in Italy, with detailed instructions regarding their mobilization, 
etc., and with mention of Gen. Ilaquin. 



1188. Carra Saint-Cyk (General). Portrait, Ml bust in uniform. Lith. 
Vayron. 8vo. 

1189 CURRIER (Jean B.— infamous French Jacobin). Portrait, full bust in 
oval. Mezzotint by Levachez, with scene and biographical account m 
script beneath. 8vo. on small folio sheet. 

1190. Carrier (Jean B.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Dessine d'apres nature 
au Tribunal par F. Bonneville. Stipple. 8vo. 

1191 CARRIER (Jean B.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by Leva- 
chez, scene and biographical notice beneath. 8vo. on small folio sheet. 

119'> Carte A.UX (Jean F.— Frendi general, commenced the siege of Toulon, 
where Bonaparte served under him). Document with seven Imes m 
his autograph and signature. 3 pp. 4to. July 30, 1793. 

1193 Carte \ux (Jean F.). L. S. with two lines of autograph, 1 p. folio. 
" Montpelier, ce 29 Yentose. 1' An VIII [March 20, 1800]. An order 

to the commandant at a certain place to send detachment of 30 men 
to relieve the garrison at Montpelier. 

1194 Carteaux (Jean F.). L.S. 1 p. small 4to, Paris, Oct. 8, 1812 To the 

Minister of Finance, mailing his address m order that a gratuity may 
be forwarded him. 

1195 Carteaux (Jean F.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Bonneville 

sculp. Mezzotint. Svo. Pans, n.d. 

1196 CiRTEAUX (Jean F.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Bonneville 

sculp. Mezzotint. Svo. Pans, n.d. 

1197. Carteaux (Jean F.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. F. W. Nettling 

dec. 1809. Stipple. Svo. 

1198. Castel S. Angelo. Mole Adviana. Line engraving. Folio. 

1199. Castellane (Esprit V. E. B.-Marshal of France, distinguished 

himself in the Kussian campaign). A.L.S. 1 p. Svo. July 34, 1S41. 
With portrait, on India paper. 

To M. A. Pascal in Paris regarding a publication. 

1300. [Castellane (Esprit V. E. B.).] L.S. by Kmitzmann, a soldier iii 
General Castellane's army, Feb. 1852, Pans, 1 p. folio to Prince Louis 
Bonaparte, asking Bonaparte for the decoration of tbe Legion o± 

Honor. ^ . ■, 

On the side of the letter are 15 lines in the autograph of Gen Castel- 
lane and signed, in which he says that at the battle of Rio ero, an 
officer's horse having been wounded, Kuntzmann gave his to that othcer, 
stole one fi-om the Spanish, and led the charge against the Spanish 
cavalry. 



1201. Castlereagh (Robeut S., Marquis Of Londonderry — British states- 

man, one of the master spirits in tlie coalition against Napoleon). 
A.L.S. (first draft, marked "Copy"), 2 pp. 4to. London, Nov. 6, 
1805. To C. Grant, Esq. 

" I beg you will accept my congratulations on the glorious news re- 
ceived this morning. Lord Nelson lived to know the result of the action. 
It was on the same day that Bonaparte on the heights of Ulm was call- 
ing for ships and colonies in presence of the vanished army that Nelson, 
with an inferior tieet, was annihilating, 20 of these he possessed," etc. 

1202. Castlereagh (Egbert S., IVIarquis Of Londonderry). A.L.S. (in 

Italian), 2 pp. 4to. May 15, 1819. With portrait. 

1203. Castlereagh (Robert S., Marquis Of Londonderry). A.L.S. 1 p. 

4to. [Crag Farm], Jan. 11, no year. To J. Stephen, on personal 
matter. 

1204. Castlereagh (Egbert S., Marquis Of Londonderry). Portraits (1), 

full bust. W. Daniell sculp.; (2) full bust from a statue. Engraved 
by I. Thompson. 2 pieces. 

1205. Castlereagh (Egbert S., Marquis Of Londonderry). Portrait, half 

length. Engraved by H. Meyer, drawn by W. Evans, after T. Law- 
rence. Stipple. Open letters. Folio. London, 1814 

1206. Castanos (Francisco X. De). — Spanish general, defeated the French 

at Baylen). L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Utrera (Spain), June 19, 1808. 
With mention of Louis Balincourt and of Xavier Venegas. 

1207. Castanos (Francisco X. De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Un- 

signed. 8vo. 

1208. Castries (Charles E. G. — Marshal of France). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Ver- 

sailles, August 3, 1782. With portrait, full length in uniform, on 
India paper. 

Comments regarding recent military orders. 

1209. Cathcart (William S. — British general, took part in the American 

War, served against the French in Holland). Portrait, full bust in 
uniform. Jlngraved by C, Bestland after J. Hoppner. Stipple. 
Open letters, 4to. London, 1809 

1210. Catherine II. — Empress Of Eussia. Portrait, full bust in oval. Line 

engraving. Unsigned. 8vo. Venice, 1788 

1211. Catherine De Medici — Queen Of France. Vellum D.S. 1 p. 4to. 

[Paris], March 7, 1580. Apportions sums of money to various per- 
sons. With portrait. 

1212. Catherine De Medici. Portrait, full length, court dress. Gatine 

sculpt. Lante delt. In colors. 4to. 

1213. Catinat (Nicolas De — Marshal of France, who exclaimed "Here is 

virtue crowned" when created a marshal by Louis XIV). A.L.S. 
1 p. small 4to. St. Gratieu, May 25, 1711. With portrait, engraved 
by Leroux, and view. 

A letter of congratulation to M. de Menaine on his marriage. 



1214. Caulaincourt (Arm and A. L. De, Due De Vicence — aide-de-camp to 

Bonaparte, fouglit at Waterloo). L.S. 3 pp. small folio, Diinkel- 
sphiit. Dec. 12, 1800. To Gen. Bourcier. With portrait, full length 
in uniform. 

Says that the men at Schelessas are either deserters or banished men, 
and that his division is almost demoralized, etc. 

1215. Caulaixcourt (Armaxd A. L. De, Due De ViCExeE). L.S. 1 p. 

folio, Paris, May 9, 1815. To the Duke of Otranto, Chief of Police. 
With portrait, full length in uniform. 

Written to Joseph Fouche, Duke of Otranto, when for the third time 
in his career he was acting as Minister of Police, during the time the 
above was written, probably under Louis XVIII. Caulaincourt informs 
Fouche that the Emperor had ordered passports to be given to M. Mino 
and Manuel Gurrea to go from Paris to Bordeaux. 

1216. Caulaixcourt (Armaxd A. L. De, Due DEYieExeE). A.L.S. "Cau- 

laincourt, Due de Vicence," 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 21, n.y. To an 
unnamed count on personal matters. With portrait, full bust in 
uniform. 

1217. Caulaixcourt (Armaxd A. L. De, Due De Yicexce). Portrait, full 

bust in uniform. Forestier sculp. Lithograph, 8vo. 

1218. Cavaignac (J. M., Vicomte — French general, served in Italy and Rus- 

sia). A.L.S., 2 pp. 4to. Abbeville, le 28 Yentose, I'An 12 [March 
18, 1804]. To General Perignon, promising to interest himself in 
a young man who is about to enter the army, and recalling General 
Perignon's own kindness to the writer when he was entering the 
ranks. 

1219. Cavello (Pedro— Prime Minister of Spain). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. April, 

1816. 

1220. Ceeacchi (Joseph — sculptor). Portrait; H. C'asirair. Portrait 

(mezzotint) ; George Howard, Earl of Carlisle. Portrait; Charles Y. 
of Spain, afterward Emperor of Germany. Portrait; Charles L. 
Frederic, Grand Duke of Baden. Portrait; Charlemagne. Portrait 
(India paper); Sir E. Codrington, English admiral. Portrait; A. 
G. CV.artoryski, Polish statesman. Portrait; George Czerni, Servian 
chief. Portrait; small folio and 8vo. Together, 9 pieces. 

1221. Cervoxi. (Jeax B. — French general, chief of staff of Marshal Lannes). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Headquarters at Toulon, Feb. 12, 1799. To Brig.- 
Gen. Aubugeois. 

Regarding the number of men and the amount of ammunition to be 
sent to Corsica, and asks that everything be ready for their arrival, 
etc. 

1222. Chabot (L. F. J. — French general, served in Flanders). L.S. 2 pp. 

folio. [Cortona], le 13 Nivose, I'An 13 [Jan. 2, 1798]. An account 
of the means employed by him to raise a certain sum needed for the 
army. Added, is a postscript in another hand, in Italian, referring to 
General Chabot. 



1323. CiTABOT (FEANgois— fanatical French Jacobin, executed by order of 
Robespierre). Portrait, full bust in oval. G. Sardis [sc.]. Stipple. 
8vo. in Venezia, n.d. 

1224. CiiABViLLAN (MouTON— CoMTE De). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, March 
29, 1813. To Mon. Favre. 

On watermarked paper bearing portrait and arms of Marie Louise. 
Requests Iiis influence on behalf of a young man for a government posi- 
tion. 

1235. Chalier (Marie Joseph). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by 
Levacbez, military scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 
8vo. on small folio sheet. 

Chalier was a violent Jacobin and a fanatical admirer of Marat. 

1226. Chambon De Montaux (Nicolas— Mayor of Paris). L.S'. 1 p. 4to. 

Paris, Jan. 19, 1793. Requests a citizen to read carefully tbe copy of 
a letter he is mailing him. 

1227. Champagny (J. B. N. De, Due De Cadore — succeeded Talleyrand 

as Minister of Foreign Affairs). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Feb. 9, 1807. 
To the Counsellor of State. With portrait. 

Regarding the son of the widow Hoscher, saying that he should not be 
placed on the list of conscripts. 

1228. Champagny (J. B. N. De, Duo De Cadore). A.L.S. "Due de Ca- 

dore," 1 p. 8vo. Paris, 1812. 

Regarding the appointment of the recipient's brother to an official 
position. 

1229. Champagny (J. B. N. De, Duo De Cadore). A.L.S. "Champagny, 

due de Cadore." 1 p. 4to. Fontainebleau, Oct. 28, 1913. To Count 

A letter of congratulation on the flue literary work the recipient has 
done, and thanks him for sending him a copy of his book. 

1230. Champagny (J. B. N. De, Dug De Cadore). Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 

1231. Champagny (J. B. N. De, Due De Cadore). Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 

1233. Championnet (Jean E. — French general, succeeded Joubert as com- 
mander of the army of Italy). A.L.S. 4 pp. folio. Paris, July 28, 
1797. To the Minister of War. Prol)ably a draft in Championnet's 
hand. 

Giving his reasons why certain men are not fitted for positions. 

1233. Championnet (Jean E.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mezzotint 

by Levacbez, battle scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 
8vo, on small folio sheet. 

1234. Championnet (Jean E.). Another copy of the same. 

1235. Changarnier (Nicolas A. T. — celebrated French general). D.S. 

1 p. folio. Algeria, Dec. 20, 1847. Regarding rations. 

Issued the same year he "was appointed commander of the division of 
Algiers. 



1236. Changarnier (Nicolas A. T.). A.L. in third person, unsigned. 
1 p. 8vo. Paris, Jan. 31, 1850, regarding a box for Mme. Eossi's 
concerts at the Conservatory. 

1237 CH4.PTAL (Jean A.— distinguished chemist, appointed by Bonaparte as 
Councillor of State). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, Oct. 28, 1802. With 
portrait. 

Regarding tlie question of police escorts the prefects should have on 
their rounds. 

1238. Charette De La CoxTRiE (Francois A.— eminent general). Portrait, 

full bust in uniform. INIezzotint by Levachez, scene and biographical 
account in script beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

1239. Charette De La Contrie (Francois A.). Another copy of the same. 

1240. Charlemont (James, Earl Of). Portrait. Stipple engraving by 

Smith after Hone. 4to. London, 1814 

1241. Charles I., King Of England. Portrait. Three different on one 

sheet), half length. Etching by William Sharp, unfinished proof 
before all letters. 4to. 

1242. Charles I., King Of England. Portrait, full length in uniform, his 

horse standing nearbv. J. B. jMartin sculpt. Antonius Vanduck 
pinxit. Strpple. Folio, spotted and with several small holes in mar- 
gins. 

1243. Charles IL, King Of Spain. Portrait, full length in royal robes. A 

Paris chez a Trouvain, etc. Line engraving. Small folio. 

1244. Charles IV., King Of Spain. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Grave 

par Canu, dessine par Belache. Stipple. 4to. Pans, n.d. 

1245. Charles IV., King Of Spain. Portraits, (1) full length in uniform. 

C. Warren sculp. Copper engraving. London, 1790; (2) Charles 
IV. and Queen Louisa. Maria E. Cowper set. Stipple. London, 
1811. 2 pieces. 

1246. Charles V., Don Carlos I. Of Spain, afterwards Emperor of Ger- 

many. Portrait, three-quarter length in armor. F. S. Negges sc. 
Mezzotint. Folio, margins cut away. 

1247. Charles X., (King Of France). D.S. 1 p. large folio (folded). Ver- 

sailles, Oct. 7, 1781. Orders the Treasurer-General to pay out 10,000 
francs, etc. With portrait. 

1248. Charles X., King Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval. Jones 

fecit. Stipple. 8vo. London, 1792 

1249. Charles X., King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Grave 

par Decrouant. Stipple. 4to. 

1250. Charles X., King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Grave 

par A. H. Lefevre, dessine d'apres nature par Gounod. Stipple. 4to. 

1251. Charles X., King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stip- 

ple. Printed in colors. Small folio. 



1252. Charles X., Kixg Of France. Portrait, half length in uniform. En- 

graved by A. Freschi after the original in possession of Le Comte 
Frangois Des Cart. Stipple and line. Small folio, mounted on card. 

London, 1804 

1253. Charles X., King Of France. Portrait, full length, in royal robes, 

P. Adams sculp., F. Gerard pinx. Etching. Proof before letters on 
India paper. [ca. 18'^6] 

1254. Charles XII., King Op Sweden. L.S. 2 pj). folio. June 3, 1G98. 

With portrait, full length in uniform, holding sword, also on same 
plate representation of '"' A Swedish officer." 

1255. Charles XII., King Of Sweden. Portrait, full bust. J. Pass sc. 

Line engraving. Svo. [London], 1837 

1256. Charles XIIL, King Of Sweden, X.S. as the Duke of Sudermania, 

regent brother of Gustavus III, later became king of Sweden. 1 p. 
Svo. Stockholm, Jan. 11, 1793. 

1257. Charles XIIL, King Of Sweden. Portrait, full bust in uniform. C. 

Turner sculpt. Eota pinxt. Mezzotint. Folio. London, 1813 

1258. Charles XIIL, King Of Sweden. Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Drawn by W. Heath. Folio. London, 1814 



At The American Art Galleries 

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UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Fifth Session, Numbers 1259 to 1598, Inclusive 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 15th, AT 2.30 O'CLOCK 

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1259. Charles, Archduke Of Austria — celebrated general, commanded at 

Aspern, which, according to Alison, " was the first great action in 
which Xapoleon had been defeated." L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Jan. 9, 1798 

1260. Charles, Archduke Of Austria, Portrait, three-quarter length in 

uniform. Stipple. Unsigned. Folio, small margins. 

1261. Charles, Archduke Of Austria. Portrait, full length in uniform. 

0. B. Bosio dis. ed. inc. Stipple. 8vo. 

1262. Charles, Archduke Of Austria. Portrait, full bust in uniform. En- 

graved by B. Molmari. Stipple. 8vo, [London], 1797 

1263. Charles, Archduke Of Austria. Portrait, half length in uniform. 

Xutter sculp. Kinenger invt. Stipple. 8vo, London, 1800 

1264. Charles, Archduke Of Austria, " Sieg des Erzherzog Karl uber die 

Franzosen," etc. In colors. 8vo. 

1265. Charles £maxuel IL— Duke Of Savoy, 163-1-75, L.S. to the Mar- 

quis di Barolo asking him to give orders to the authorities of La 
Morro for the arrest of some deserters. In a wrapper with notes in 
the handwriting of Silvio Pellico. 1668. 

1266. Charles (Emanuel III.— King Of Sardinia). D.S. 1 p. folio, on 

vellum, April 29, 1753. With portrait. 

1267. Charles (Louis — Austrian general). Portrait, full length, in uniform, 

standing beside cannon. Grave par Alix. Mezzotint. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

1268. Charlotte xAugusta, Princess of Wales, daughter of George IV. 

of England. Mezzotint. (Margins cut away, mounted). 4to, 

1269. Charpentier (Henri F. M. — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Cre- 

mone, Aug. 15, 1800. To Gen. Ambert. 

Asking Ambert to inform the new brigadier-general of liis duties and 
to assist liim as much as he can. 



1370. Chasset (Charles A. — deputy of the National Assembly). Portrait, 
full bust in oval, Coqueret sculp., Lombert del. Mezzotint. Small 
4to. 

1271. Chastillon (Alexis M. E., Due De — 1680-1754, Governor of the Dau- 

phin, son of Louis XV.). Eeceipt signed with two autograph lines. 
1 p. 8vo. 

The Due de Chastillon as a lieutenant-general commanded the cavalry 
at the Battle of Guastalla in 1734. 

1272. Chateaubriand (Francois A. De — celebrated French x\uthor, Ambas- 

sador to England in 1822). Passport for the Count and Countess 
d'Haussonville and suite, with signatures of Chateaubriand, Ambas- 
sador, and Bourqueney, Secretary. 1 p. folio, with endorsement on 
back. London, Jime 18, 1822. With portrait, full length. Todes- 
chini inc., Deniarchi dis. 

1373. Chateaubriand (Francois A. De). Portrait, full length. F. Philip- 
poteaux pinxt. Lithograph in colors. 4to. 

1274. Chateneuf (Marquis De). A.L.S. referring to a pardon to be ac- 

corded to Monsieur de Clerfayt, who was under trial for a duel. 3 pp. 
4to. The Hague, December 22, 1713. Also, a copy of a letter of 
Madame de Clerfayt to the Marquis de Chateneuf, asking him to in- 
terest himself in the pardon to be accorded to her son. Dated Mons, 
November 19, 1713. 2 pp. and a half, folio. 2 pieces. 

1275. Chaulnes (Charles D'Ailly^ Due De — Peer of France, Lieutenant- 

General of Brittany). Printed document with autograph signature. 
St. Malo, October 24, 1689. 

1276. Chaumette (Pierre C). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by 

Lavachez, scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 8vo, on 

small folio sheet. 

Chaumette was a Jacobin proscribed bj' Robespierre and executed in 
1794. 

1277. Chauvelier (J.— French Minister to England, 1792). L.S. 1 p. 4to 

(portion), 1792. Stating that Tobias Atkinson is the notary for the 
Eoyal Household. 

1278. Chenier (Marie J. — French poet, brother of Andre Chenier). A Note 

S. 1 p. 24mo. n.p.n.d. Eecommending a friend to the Minister of 
[Foreign Affairs]. With portrait. 

1279. Chenier (Marie J.). Portrait, full bust in oval. F. Bonneville del et , 

sculp. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

1280. Chimay (Jeanne M. I. T., Prinoesse De — friend of Madame Bona- 

parte). A.L.S. " Princess de Crimay," 1 p. 8vo. n.p.n.d. To the 
Chevalier de Bacourt. 
An invitation to attend a picnic. 



1281. Choiseul (Stienne FRANgois, Due De — 1719-1785, eminent French 

statesman, and the favorite and chief minister of Louis XV.). Offi- 
cial L.S. to Bollioud de St. Jnlien, general treasurer of the clergy. 2 
pp. folio. Paris, April 16, 1769. With portrait. 2 pieces. 

lu 1761 the Due de Choiseul negotiated with the King of Spain the 
secret treaty called " the family compact," which was considered a 
masterpiece of diplomacy. About 1762 he suppressed the Order of 
Jesuits. 

1282. Choudieu (Pierre — French regicide and Jacobin). A.L.S. 2 pp. 

12mo, including addressed portion. Paris, Sept. 1, 1835. Informing 
M. Bonnaissier of the contents of a letter he has received, &c. 

1283. Christian VII., King Of Denmark. D.S. 1 p. folio, Jan. 11, 1788. 

With seal. 

1281:. Cicero (M. Tullius). Portrait. P. P. Rubens delin. Mezzotint. 
■Ito. cut close and repaired. London, Bowles 

1285. Cicero (M. Tullius). Portrait. Mezzotint. 4to (cut to plate mark). 

[London, Bowles] 

1286. Clarke (Hexri J. G., Due De Feltre — Marshal of France), D.S. 

" Clarke." 2 pp. folio. Military Police Office, Oct. 22, 1807. With 
portrait, full length in uniform, grave par Boilley. 

A report to the Emperor regarding 66 men, who had been sentenced 
to the workhouse for desertion, and asking the Emperor to pardon them. 

1287. Clarke (Henri J. 0., Due De Feltre). A.L.S. " Cte. Lumbourg." 

1 p. folio. Paris, August 8, 1809. 

To General Gamier, ordering him in the name of the Emperor to go to 
Gand and take command of the 4th division of the army of the Escaut. 

1288. [Clarke (Henri J. C, Due De Feltre).] L.S. 2 pp. folio, from the 

Minister of Commerce [C. de Supe], to General Clarke. Paris, April 
25, 1810. Mentions the arrest of four English sailors, and asks for 
the bounty due on them. 

j289. Clarke (Henri J. G., Due De Feltre). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, 
March 19, 1811. Informing General Vial of his appointment as 
commander of the 18th Division, and ordering him to set out for 
Dijon. 

1290. Claviere (Etienne — Swiss financier and author, close political asso- 

ciate of the famous Mirabeau). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris. Aug. 14, 
1792. To the Administrators of Quimper, Dept. of .Finistere, in- 
forming them that he is doing all in his power to dampen the hope of 
success of the enemy, and believes there is little likelihood of the 
English joining the coalition of the King against the People. 

A most interesting letter written at the time of the Massacre of the 
Swiss Guards at the Tuileries. and a short period before Clavicre's rein- 
statement in the Ministry, when the power of the Commune was beginning 
to make itself felt. 

1291. Claviere (Etienne). D.S. 1 page folio. Paris, January 26, 1793. 

With portrait, 2 pieces. 



1292. Clavieke (Etienne). Portrait, full bust iu oval, J. F. Bolt sc. (Juny) 

[17] 93. Stipple. 12mo. 

1293. Clausel (Bertrand, Comte — Marshal of France, came to the United 

States in 1815). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Algiers, Sept. 30, 1836. With por- 
trait, full length in uniform, and biographical account. 

Written when governor of the French possessions in North Africa 
(Algeria) to Comte de St. I'riest, alwnt certain worlc tliat will be de- 
layed two weelvs. 

1294. Clermont (Louis De Bourbon Conde, Prince De— displayed great 

courage and ability in several campaigns between 1733-1750). L.S. 
"Louis de Bourbon," 1 p. 8vo. Paris, Dec. 4, 1741. Wishing to 
know why certain plans were changed. With portrait. 

1295. Clermont-Tonnerre (S.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Stipple. Un- 

signed. 8vo. 

1296. Clery (Jean B. C. H.— last servant of Louis XVI.). Portrait, full 

bust in oval. P. Audinet sculp. H. Danloux pinxt. Line engraving 
in brown. 4to. London, 1798 

1297. Clootz (Jean-Baptiste). Portrait full bust in oval. Mezzotint by 

Levachez, trial scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 8vo., 
on small folio sheet. 

1298. Clootz (Jean-Baptiste). Another copy of the same. 

1299. Cluzel and Bernard. A.L.S. of the former, 2 pp. folio, Paris, March 

13, 1795. Telling the Committee of Public Safety that he is ill and 
not fit for duty. Countersigned by Bernard. Cluzel voted for the 
death of Louis XVI. 

1300. CoBURG (JosiAS, Prince — Austrian General, 1737-1815). D.S. with 

seal ; also portrait. 2 pieces. 

Referring to a consignment of 4,577 pounds of tobacco. Prince Josias 
commanded the Austrian army, which, with the aid of Suwarow, de- 
feated the Turks iu 17S9, &c. 

1301. CoBURG (Josias, Prince). Portrait, full bust in oval. Engraved by 

J. Gillray after Loutherbourg. Stipple. Small folio. 

London, 1794 

1302. CoBURG (Josias, Prince). Portrait, three quarter length in uniform, 

telescope in right hand, map in left, mounted men in background. 
Joh. Mart. Will exc. A.V. Mezzotint. Folio. 

1303. CocHON (Charles — Minister of Police). L.S., 1 p. 4to. Paris, le 

13 Germinal, I'An V [April 2, 1797]. To the Commissary, &c., 
Dept. of the Seine, requesting verification of the death of Laurent 
Duvernay. 

1304. CocKBURN (Sir George — British admiral, fought in the War of 1812). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. (London). March 9, 1844, returning thanks for 
the receipt of a treatise. With portrait, three quarter length in uni- 
form. 



1305. C'oiGXY (^Tarie F. IL Ue F., Due De — Marshal of France in 1816). 

D.S. 1 p. -tto, on parchment, with seal. Also, with signature of his 
secretary. Paris, April 20, 1767. Appointment of J. B. de Salierne 
to serve under the Duke of Chevreuse. 

1306. CoiGNY (:\rAKiE F. H. De F., Duke De). A.L.S. Ip. 8vo. Sept. 17, no 

year. AVith portrait, full length in uniform, and biographical ac- 
count. 

OpiKJsing the transfer of a regiment from Laon to Pari.s. 

1307. Colbert (Edouard P. D. — aide to Gens. Junot and Berthier, wounded at 

Waterloo, exiled). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Cambrai, Feb. 16, 1813. AYith 
portrait, etching on India paper, by Duterre. 

Informing liis superior officer of the progress he has made, and that he 
will await orders at Brussels. 

1308. Colbert (Jeax Baptiste Dk — Minister of State of Louis XIV, and the 

well loiown bibliophile). D.S. 1 page and a half, folio. Paris, Feb- 
ruary 15, 1655. With portrait. 2 pieces. 

1309. COLLIXGWOOD (CuTKBERT — British Lord- Admiral, second in command 

at Trafalgar). Order signed for supplies. To Capt. Butler, Malta. 
[Circa 1810]. 

1310. CoLLiXGWOOD (Cuthbert). Portrait, full bust in uniform. I. Brown 

sculp. AY. ]\[. Craig del. Line engraving. 4to. [London], 1815 

1311. CoLLOT D'Herbols (Jeax M. — French Eevolutionist). D.S. 1 p. folio. 

Paris, Oct. 26, 1793. From the Committee of Public Safety to Citi- 
zen Hassenfraets acknowledging receipt of reports of the assemblies 
at the archbishopric, expressing approval of the meetings, &c. Signed, 
also, by Carnot and Prieur. Portrait. 

1312. Collot D'Herbois (Jeax M.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Minatelli 

sculp. Stipple. 8vo. in Venezia, n.d. 

1313. Collot-D'Herbois (J. X. and Billaud-Yarexxe J. M. — both noto- 

rious French Jacobins). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, le 24 Messidor, I'An 
II [July 13, 1794]. As members of the Committee of Safety they 
write concerning the resignation of M. Bunel, and request the Agent 
of the Dept. of Calvados, &c. to appoint someone in his place. With 
portrait, full length. 

1314. Coloxial America. D.S. by J. Gambut, John Becker and Thomas Mann, 

being " A demand for a supply of Gunners' Stores for the use of his 
Majesty's Sloop the Kantelus, John Becker, Esq., commanding. New 
York, August 16, 1778 " (then follows list of supplies needed). 1 p. 
8vo. 

1315. Col.or Prixts. "I saw a Smith with his hammer thus," etc. Mezzo- 

tint. Unsigned. Colored by hand. London, Sayer ; " Le Dugues- 
clin." Lithograph in colors. Folio. Together, 2 pieces. 

1316. Colored Views "Le Port de Plymouth." T. Milton. Santach : " La 

Belle Alliance." Unsigned ; Bastia, Corsica. Drawn by Capt. Fraser. 
F. Jukes, fc. ; View of Moscow. Unsigned. 4to and ol)long 4to. 

London, &c. v.d. 



1317. CoLrMBUS (Ciii?i8Toi'HKi!). Portrait, full Icnfjtli, in chains, upon his 

return from his third voyage to America. Vidal sculp. Chaalle pinx. 
Line engraving. Large folio (slight stains). Paris, n.d. 

1318. CoMMiTTE Of Purlic Safety. D.S. by Eapon, Benezet, Carnot, C. 

A. Prieiir and Lindet, 1 p. folio, July 25, 1794. Pegarding guns. 

1319. CoMPANS (Jean Dominique — French general, praised l)y Xapoleon, 

taken prisoner at Waterloo). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Tiguierer, Dec. 21, 
179-1. To M. Desbordes. AVith portrait, full bust in uniform. 
Stipple. 

liea;tircling the distribution of men, nnd gatlioring tlie crop of olives 
in tlie conquered places. 

1320. CoMPANS (Jean Dominique). A.L.S. 1 p. Ito. Boulogne, Julv 15, 

1805. To M. D'Heindricourt. 

A promise ou the part of the writer to take a copy of the " Cartes de 
la Nation FrauQaise " serially as issued. 

1321. CoMPANS (Jean Dominique). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. 

Unsigned. 8vo. 

1322. CoNDE (Henry IL De Bourbon, Prince De — father of the Great 

Conde.) D. S. three times; also signed thrice by Cardinal Frangois 
de Joyeuse, the confidential minister of Henry III, Henry lY and 
Louis XIII. 2 pp. and a half, folio. August 9, 1603. With por- 
trait. 2 i^ieces. 

By this document Cardinal de Joyeuse and Prince de Conde are con- 
stituted agents for the sale of the lands of Beaumont and Velloy be- 
longing to the Duchess Henriette Catherine de Joyeuse. niece of the 
Cardinal. 

1323. Conde (Henry II. De Bourbon— Prince De). L.S. "Henry de 

Bourbon,*' 1 ji. folio, Bourges, Oct. 22, 1^27. Pegarding the payment 
of money. With portrait, half length in armor, copper engraving. 

1324. Conde (Louis II. De Bourbon, Prince De — called " le Grand Conde " 

and the victor of the famous battle of Eocroi. at the age of 22 years). 
Eeeeipt signed on vellum, with two lines in his autograph. Julv 28. 

1672. With portrait. 2 pieces. 

This receipt is interesting as referring to the pay of Conde for his first 
two months as a commander of the army against Holland. 

1325. Conde (Henri Jtles De Bourbon — Prince De, and only son of the 

great Conde). L.S. " H. J. de Bourbon," 1 p. 4to. Douai, Nov. 10, 

1673. On military affairs, with seal. 

1326. Conde (Louis J. De Bourbon, Prince De — Commander of the emi- 

grants who took up arms against the regime in 1792). L.S. 1 p. 4to 
(inlaid). Paris, Jan. 16, 1758. Letter of thanks to M. Lauzon for 
his New Year's greetings. With portrait. 

1327. Conde (Louis J. De Bourbon — Prince De). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris. 

April 24, 1793. With portrait, full length in uniform. 

1328. Conde (Louis Joseph — Prince De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Stipple, unsigned. 4to. 



13'?9. CoNUOHCET (Marie J. A. X. C. De — French philosopher). Portrait, 
full bust in oval. Mezzotint by Levachez, scene and biographical ac- 
count in script beneath. Svo, on small folio sheet. 

looO. C'oxDOECET (Marie J. A. X. C. De). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzo- 
tint by Levachez, scene and biographical notice in script beneath, 
Svo, on small folio sheet. 

lo31. CoNDORCET (Marie J. A. X. C. De). Portrait, full length. Ij. Eados 
inc. G. B. Bosio dis. Stipple. Svo. 

1333. Congress oe Viexxa (containing portraits of Metternich, Talleyrand, 
Xesselrode and others). Engraved by G. E. Perine, Xew York, for 
the Eclectic Magazine. 2 states, (1), unfinished proof before letters, 
(2), finished plate. Oblong Svo. 

1333. CoxsALVi (Ercole — Cardinal, 1st minister of Pius VII., negotiated 

the Concordat with Xapoleon, ISOl). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. ■ Eome, 
June 16, 1819. With 3 different portraits. Together, 4 pieces. 

1334. CoxsTAXT (Bexjamix — French publicist, editor ''Journal des Debats," 

banished by Xapoleon). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including addressed por- 
tion, Paris, le 29 Fructidor, I'An VII [Sept. 15, 1799]. Requests of 
M. Malandain an immediate reply to letter., 

1335. CoxsTAXT (Bexjamix). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. n.p. :\Iay 9, 1822. To 

M. Piglet at the Prefecture. With portrait. 

Claiming that tlie rights of M. Druyer, a citizen and an elector, have 
Leen violated I'ecause his ideas were not in accord with those of others. 

1336. Coxstaxt (Bexma-:\iix). Portrait, full bust. Ladered sculp. Proof on 

India paper, before letters. 4to, 

1337. CoxsTAXT (Bexjamix). Portrait, full bust in oval. Benoist sculp. 

Guibert delt. Line and stipple. Svo. Paris, n.d. 

1338. Cox'STAXT (Bex'jamix"^). Portrait, full bust. Couche fils sculp. 

Jacques del. India paper. Open letters. Svo. 

1339. Coxstaxtixe (Xikolaevitck — second son of the emperor Xicholas). 

Portrait, full bust, wearing medals. Proof on India paper in open 
letters. 4to. Inscription in Russian. 

1340. Coxstaxtixe (Xikolaevitch). A.S. 1 p. Svo, n.d. 

1341. Coxstaxtixe Pallovitch, Graxd Duke Of Russia — commanded a 

corps at Austerlitz. L.S. 1 p. 4to. Gatshina (Russia), Aug. 12. 
ISOO. 

1342. Coxstax'tixe Paulovitch, Grax^d Duke Of Russia. Portrait, full 

Ijust in uniform. Dessine par Wredi, grave par A. Legrand. Stip- 
ple. 4to. 

1343. CoxTi (Ar:v[axd De Bourbox — Prixce De, a brother of the great 

Conde, married a niece of Cardinal Mazarin). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Bor- 
deaux, June 26, 1658. Regarding the chateau de Torride. 



1344. CoNTHACT. A Contract for a sale of land near Ce.>ena in Italy, clone 

March 3, 14TG. Written on a long sheet of parchment. 
Au interesting document. 

1345. Convention. L.S. b}- J. S. Saiirine, 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 21, 1793, 

relative to men who were seen prowling around the Convention, etc. 

1346. CooTE (Eyre — British general, served in America, carried the colors at 

the battle of Brooklyn, made K.B. for services in Egypt). Portrait, 
full length in uniform, on horseback. 4to. In colors. London, 1815 

1347. CoQUiLLE (T. — under-secretary of the Secretariat-General of Algiers). 

Copy of a disclosure made by a prisoner of a plot by an Arab to kill 
certain people. 3 pp. folio. Oran [Algeria], Oct. 23, 1852. Signa- 
ture of Coqnille attesting authenticity of copy. 

1348. CoRBOLi-Bussi (Jean). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including addressed por- 

tion. Turin, Oct. 6, 1847. 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 402), enclosed in hLs library 
wrapper and with his autograph annotations. 

1349. CoEDAT (Charlotte). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by 

Levachez, representation of the murder of Marat and biographical 
notice in scri])t beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

1350. CoRMU (Cashier — French genei'al in the Eevolution). A.L.S. 1 p. 

4to. Paris, 1795. To M. Yidel. 

Requesting Videl to be present on September 24, ITO.j. at noon, in the 
cashier's counting room. 

1351. CoRMU (Cashier). D.S. 1 p. folio, (Paris), Sept. 24, 1796. Eegard- 

ing money. 

1352. CoRNWALLis (Charles Marquis). Portrait, three-c[uarter length in 

miiform, standing. Engraved by Benj. Smith after I. S. Copley. 
Stipple. Folio (mounted and cut close). London, 1798 

1353. Corvisart-Desmarets (Jean X. — appointed about 1800 chief phvsician 

to Bonaparte). A.L.S. " Corvisart," 1 p. 4to. Paris, June 29^, 1808. 
With portrait. 

1354. Corvisart-Desmarets (Jean N".). A.L.S., 2 pp. 12mo, including the 

addressed portion). [Paris], June 22, 1809. To M. Pigault le 
Brun, stating that a person by the name of Barre has promised to 
help Pigault's protege. 

1355. Corvisart-Desmarets (Jean IST.). Portrait, full bust. Forestier sculp. 

Stipple. 8vo. 

1356. CoTTOLENGO (Canon Joseph). Two A.L.S., 12mo, and 4to, each 2 

pp. including addressed portions. Turin, July 6, 1837, and Sept. 
20, 1837. To Sister Gaspera, of the school of Brail, on ecclesiastical 
matters. (2 pieces.) 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 391), enclosed in his library 
wrapper and with his autograph annotations. 



1357. CoTTEEAu, Granet, and Bourdon. (Members of the National Con- 

vention). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, le 15 Ventose, I'An V [March 5, 
1797]. Informs Citizen Charretie, London, that they have commu- 
nicated with the English government relative to French prisoners. 
Signed by each of the three. 

1358. CouDRAYE (M. De La). Les Verites fiternelles qui Constituent les 

Empereurs et les Hois d'ou il resulte que le Eevolutionnaire Buona- 
parte. 10 pp. small 4to, unbound and uncut (old writing at bottom 
final page). Paris, 1814 

1359. CouiN (Joseph C— French general). L.S. 2 pp. folio, Varsorie, Jan. 

13, 1807. To the Prince of Neufchatel, minister of war. 
Requesting the transfer of Andre Vauthier. 

1360. CouRCELLEs (Pauline Knip De— Naturalist) . A.L.S. to the King of 

the Two Sicilies asking him to interest himself in the work entitled 
" Colombes et Pigeons exotiques " edited after her drawings. 1 p. 
4|-o. Paris, n.d. 

1361. Cousin (Victor — celebrated French philosopher). Original Manu- 

script Poem " Aristote de," 15 lines, with corrections. With signa- 
nature V. Cn. Addressed to Mons. Shilbert. 

1363. Cousin (Victor). A.L.S. 1 p. 13mo. n.p.u.d. To M. Pompee, re- 
garding the best time for an engagement. 

1363. CouTARD (Louis F., Comte — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Vil- 

leneuve, Aug. 18, 1838. To Count de Bondy, relative to property 
he has purchased. 

1364. CouTHON (Georges — French Jacobin). Signature and several lines in 

his autograph on margin of a L.S., 1 p. folio, from Faucheur, Paris, 
Jan. 4, 1794, who has written relative to a position. Couthon recom- 
mends Faucheur to the commission, &c. With 3 portraits. 

1365. CoxE (William— English historian). Portrait, three-quarter length. 

Engraved by J. Young after C. Grignion. Mezzotint. 4to (margins 
thinned). 

1366. Craufurd (Sir Charles Gregan — British general, served in the Aus- 

trian campaign). A.L.S. 5 pp. 4to. [London], April 34, [1816]. 
Interesting personal letter about himself and brother. 

1367. Cravtovyski (Prince). Letter in third person, unsigned, accepting 

Countess Bourke's invitation to dinner. 1 p. 13mo. [Paris], Jan. 
30, 1834. 

1368. Cretil (Smanuel — named by Napoleon as Councillor of State). L.S. 

3 pp. folio, Paris, July 33," 1808. To M. Gavoty. 

Acknowledgment of the receipt of two letters from M. Gavoty on the 
subject of rope making. Cretil recommends him to address the Minister 
of the Navy. 

1369. Crequi (Charles IL, Sire De — French General, killed at the siege of 

Chambery in 1630). D.S. on vellum. December 14, 1630. With 
portrait of Charles de Crequi, Duke de Lesdiguieres. 3 pieces. 



1370. Cromwell (Oliver — Lord Protector Of England). Signature, 

"Oliver P." at end of letter (portion), dated Whitehall, Feb. 13, 
1054. Portrait. (Both pieces inlaid on the one sheet.) 

1371. Cromwell (Oliver). Portrait. Copper engraving, by Woodman after 

Cooper. Small folio. London, 1T84 

1372. Cromwell (Oliver). Cromwell at Marston Moor. John Bromley- 

sculpt. A. Cooper pinxt. Mezzotint. Proof in open letters. 4to. 

London, 1826 

1373. Cromwell (Oliver). Portrait, "Oliver Cromwell," full bust in 

armor. C A. Grundler sc. Line engraving. -Ito. 

1374. Cubieres (Amedee — French general, fought at Austerlitz and Wag- 

ram). A.L.S. 1 p. Svo n.p. Dec. 31, 1835. To M. Blacque request- 
ing an appointment. 

1375. Cumberland (William Augustus, Duke Of — third son of George II. 

of England). Half length portrait in military coat and hat. Mezzo- 
tint. Hudson, pinxt. I. Faber, fecit. Without margins. Small 
folio. (Small portion mended.) 

1376. CusTiNE (Ada:\[ Philippe, Comte De, eminent French general, made 

marechal-de-camp for his conduct at Yorktown). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 
Metz, June 10, 1772. With seal. 

Regarding Alex. Aiidry who, having served in various regiments, is now 
unfit for further duty. 

1377. Custine (Adam Philippe, Comte De). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Speyer, 

Oct. 2, 1792, stating that M. Champeaux is to be paid 1200 livres 
for expenses on account of securing certain flags. Also, on same 
sheet, an order on paymaster Blanchette signed Blanchard. Portrait. 

1378. Custine (Adam Philippe, Comte De). D.S. also signed by several 

others, 3 pp. folio, Capelle, Jan. 8, 1793. With portrait. 

Regarding the payment of money for expenses of the campaign. 

1379. Custine (Adam Philippe, Comte De). Portrait, full bust in uni- 

form. A. Zaballi sc. Line engraving. 8vo. In Napoli, n.d. 

1380. Custine (Adam Philippe, Comte De). Portrait, full bust in oval. 

Mezzotint by Levachez, scene and biographical account in script 
beneath. Svo, on small folio sheet. 

1381. Custine (Adam Philippe, Comte De). Another copy of the same. 

1382. Custine (Adam Philippe, Comte De). Portrait, full length in uni- 

form. Biasioli inc. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

1383. Cuvier (Baron G. C. L. F. D. — one of the greatest naturalists of 

modern times). L. S. 2 pp. 4to, including the addressed portion. 
Paris, May 7, 1827. As perpetual secretary of the Academy of 
Sciences, he writes to M. Denaix thanking him for certain books 
received. With portrait. 



1384. Daendels (Herman W. — Dutch general, entered the French array 

about 1793). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Moorsele, May 5, 1791. With 
portrait. To Gen. von Daunne. 

A friendly letter in which the writer begs Gen. von Daunne not to 
believe all the reports that are in circulation concerning the operations 
of the army, its discipline, etc. 

1385. Dalbakac (M. — Minister of the Marine). L.S. with three lines in his 

autograph, 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 23, 1793. To Kear-Admiral Martin. 
An order from the Committee of Public Safety regarding 4 vessels in 
the roads of Port La Montague. 

1386. Dallemagne (Claude — French general, served in the United States). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Jan. 20, 1803. To the Minister of Finance. 
With portrait, full bust in uniform. Lithograph. 

Letter of recommendation regarding Nounne B. d'Amherieux for a 
position. 

1387. Damas (Francois E. — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

June 13, 1801. To M. Marcel. With portrait, full bust in uniform. 
Asking the recipient for copies of a grammar he had published in 
Cairo, Egypt. 

1388. Damremont .(Charles M. D. — French general, Gov.-Gen. of Algeria). 

L.S. 1 p. 4to. Dec. 17, 1818, n.p. also signed by others. Giving au- 
thority to Baron de Perregaux to withdraw certain letters, etc., from 
the postoffice. 

1389. Danjoie and Lofficial — members of the National Convention. D.S. 

by both, 1 p. folio, Oct. 2, 1794. 

1390. Danton (Georges Jacques — one of the great leaders of the French 

Eevolution). D.S. 1 p. large folio, Paris, Sept. 11, 1792. 

Fine signature. Granting an annual pension to Theo. Petain for his 
long services in the department of public taxes. The document is also 
signed by Claviere, Girondist Minister of Finance. 

1391. Danton (Georges Jacques). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by 

Levachez, scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 8vo. on 
small folio sheet. 

1392. Danton (Georges Jacques). Another copy of the same. 

1393. Dantzig. View in colors. Folio. London, 1815 

1394. Darn AY (Le Baron — Private Secretary to Prince Eugene Napoleon). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to., including addressed portion. [Paris], April 29, 
1827. To Genl. F. F. G. de Vaudoncourt, relative to a defamatory 
article which has appeared in the " Military Spectator " on Prince 
Eugene, and approves M. Bodin's intention of making a reply to said 
article, &c. 

1395. Daru (Martial N. P. — administrator under Napoleon). A.L.S. 1 p. 

4to. n.p. Jan. 28, 1812 ( ?). To Citizen Pigeon. 

Acknowledging the receipt of a letter from Pigeon, and promising to do 
what he can to justify some action of his. 



1396. Daku (Pierre A. N. B.— French statesman). Portrait, full bust in 

oval. Stipple. 8vo. 

1397. Daumesnil (Pierre — French general, defended Yineennes castle 

against the allies). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Vincennes, Oct. 11, 1830. A 
letter of recommendation. With portrait, half lengtli in uniform. 

1398. Daumesnil (Pierre). Portrait, full length in uniform. Lithograph 

after N. Maurir. Folio. 

1399. Dauxou (P. Cl. F. — eminent French statesman and author, member 

of the National Convention, and one of the framers of the Constitu- 
tion of the Year III.) A. L.S. 1 page 16mo. Paris, December 
8, 1828. 

To Rousseau, chief of the typographical departmeut of the " Im- 
priiuerie Koyale," about the prospectus of the " Journal des Savants," 
of which he was the chief editor. 

1400. Dauremoxt (C. M. D., Comte De — French general, and Peer of 

France). L.S. 2 pp. folio, including addressed portion. Paris, May 
25, 1836, signing receipt for money paid him by the Ordre Eoyal de 
la Legion d'Honneur. Signed, also, by J. Leboeuf. 

1401. David (Jacques Louis — celebrated French historical painter, Xapoleon 

appointed him his first painter, executed the famous painting of the 
Coronation, now in the Louvre). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. Dec. 14, 
1776. With 2 portraits, one on India paper. Together, 3 pieces. 

Probably written to his mother from Rome, where he was at the time, 
having gone there after being awarded grand prizes for his " Antioehus 
and Stratonice." 

1402. David (Jacques Louis). Portrait, half length. T. L. Potrelle sculp. 

F. T. Xavez pinxt. Line engraving. 4to. 

1403. David (Jacques Louis). Portrait, full bust. T. L. Potrelle sculpt. F. 

T. Navez pinxt. Line engraving. 4to. 

1404. David (M. — chief commissary of the Marine) . A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Saint- 

Malo, Aug. 17, 1799. To John Eoss, English officer. 

Telling Ross, who was a prisoner of war, that on the following day 
he would be set free, and started on his journey to England. 

1405. Davoust (Louis N., Prince D'Eckmuhl, Marshal of France, Min- 

ister of W^ar, &c.). L.S. 1 p. folio. [Paris], Feb. 12, 1809. 

As the Duke of Auerstadt, he returns thanks for certain information 
received, and states that because of the Emperor's return to Paris, the 
expulsion of the English, the submission of the Spaniards, &c., those in 
favor of a Continental AYar will not succeed in bringing it about. 

1406. Davoust (Louis N., Prince D'Eckmuhl). D.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, 

April 25, 1815. 

Naming M. Girbaud as assistant chief of battalion. 

1407. Davoust (Louis N"., Prince D'EcKMtJHL). D.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, 

April 25, 1815. With portrait, full length in uniform, grave par 
Ladcerer, Gauther pinx. 

Certificate from the Minister of War's office, accepting the resignation 
of Lieut. Duplessis. 



1408. Davol-st (T.olms X., Prince D'Eckmuhl). Portrait, full bust iu uni- 

form. Lithograph after Bellaird. Open letters, -ito. 

1409. Davoust (Louis K, Prince D'Eckmuhl). Portrait, " Luigi Nicola 

Davoust," full length in uniform. Eivelanti inc. Demarchi dis. 
Stipple. 8vo. 

1410. Derby (Jean A. J.— French lawyer, one of the Committee of Public 

Safety). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Besangon, July 33, 1801. To the Minister 
of Finance. A letter of thanks for services rendered. With portrait, 
full bust in oval, Bonneville del. sculp. 

1411. Derby (Jean A. J.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by Leva- 

chez, military scene, with biographical notice in script beneath. 8vo, 
on small folio sheet. 

1413. De Caen (Charles M. I. — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 
April 15, 1797. To General Oudinot. With portrait, full bust, on 
India paper. 

A friendly letter in wliicli the writer expresses satisfaction regarding 
news he had received. 

1413. Decazes (Elie — French statesman, in 1815 appointed Minister of 

Police.) A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Paris, August 19, 1833. 

Requesting Lady Elena to help the bearer of the letter, she being the 
wife of a man of whom the writer thought highly. 

1414. Decazes (Elie). Portrait, full bust. Line engraving. Unsigned. 8vo. 

1415. De Chadenac (Mme.). A.L.S. 1 p. 13mo. n.p. Jan. 34, 1819 (writ- 

ten at Elba?). Confirming an appointment. 

141G. Declaration Of Independence. Facsimiles of signatures, outline por- 
traits, full bust portrait of Washington, etc. Lithograph. Atlas 
folio. New York, 1851 

1417. Declaration Of Independence. Engraved on steel by H. S. Sadd 

after John Trumbull. Folio. Proof. New York, n.d. 

1418. Decres (Denis — Admiral and Minister of Marine under Napoleon). 

L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, Dec. 17, 1801, refusing official sanction to 
an expedition to Senegal. AVith portrait, full bust in uniform. Litho- 
graph. 

1419. Decres (Denis) L.S. 3 pp. folio, n.p. Oct. 36, 1805. To M. Arm- 

strong, U. S. Minister to France. With portrait. 

Asking the U. S. Minister to let him have two duplicate letters of 
advice relative to drafts on the United States Treasury. 

1430. Dejean (Jean F. A. — French General and Minister of War). A.L.S. 
3 pp. folio, (inlaid) Headquarters of the Army of the North, 
Utrecht, le 3 Ventose, Fan Y [Feb. 30, 1797]. Unaddressed. 

Letter of recommendation for a Citizen Cazalo who has held positions 
as lieutenant, engineer, &c.. in the Army of the North, and at all times 
given proofs of his patriotism and coui'age. 



1421. Dejean (Jean F. A.). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Bordeaux, May 10, 1814. To 

Baron Louis, dept. of finance. With portrait, full bust in uniform. 
Lithograph. 

Regarding the Ihavs on customs duty, etc. 

1422. Delaborde (Henri F. — made a peer by Bonaparte during the Hun- 

dred Days). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Rennes, April 25, 180^. To Gen. 
Berthier, minister of war. 

Regarding a letter for Capt. Bouges, wliich liad been delivered. 

1423. Delaborde (Henri F.). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including addre.-sed por- 

tion. Paris, Nov. 27, 1808. To the jailkeeper of "The Abbey," 
desiring to know the time of the arrival of General Dupont the; e. 

1424. Delaborde (Henri F.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. De Noire- 

terre del. Stipple. In colors. 8vo. 

1425. Delaborde (Henri F.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. De Noireterre 

del. Stipple. 8vo. 

1426. Delacroix (Charles — Minister of Foreign Affairs). L.S. 2 pp. folio, 

Paris, Dec. 26, 1795. To Citizen Roquesante. 

Informing the recipient that he has been appointed French Consul to 
Cadiz, Spain. Accompanying the above are the instructions for the 
French Consul at Cadiz, 14 pp. folio, also signed by Delacroix. 

1427. Delacroix (Charles). D.S. 1 p. folio, undated. The statement 

from the Minister of Foreign Affairs that Gen. Perignon is appointed 
French Ambassador to Spain, Citizen d'Harmane, is appointed 
French Consul at Madrid, and Citizen Eoquesante is appointed 
French Consul at Cadiz. 

1428. Delacroix (Jacques Y. — distinguished French lawyer and author). 

A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to. n.p. July 28, 1802. 

Complains that considering the important case he had won for his 
client, he has been most shamefully treated as a reward for his services. 

1429. Delaitre (General). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. undated. Regarding a case 

postponed on account of illness of the Attorney General. 

1430. Delambre (Jean B. J. — celebrated French astronomer). Portrait, full 

bust. Engraved by B. Holl. Proof in open letters, on India paper. 
4to. London, n.d. 

1431. Delanart (M. — Minister of War). L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Jan. 10, 

1792. Regarding post-horses. 

1432. Delaroche (French physician). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to. London, 1792. 

Friendly letter to Dr. Odier in Geneva, giving a detailed account of 
his illness. (Rebacked and repaired.) 

1433. Delaroche (French physician). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to. Paris, Dec. 13, 

1801. To Dr. Odier, Geneva. Contains interesting particulars of 
medical practitioners and practice in Paris. 



1434. Delakoche (Hippolyte — called Paul, French painter, "Napoleon at 

Fontainebleau " one of his pieces). Portrait, full bust. Grave par 
A. Louis, after himself. Steel engraving, 4to. Paris, Gou]m1, n.d. 

1435. Delecloy AND CouRTOis. (Members of the National Convention). L.S. 

1 p. folio. [Paris], le 11 Prairial, I'an 3 [May 30, 1795]. To the 
Committee of the Dist. of Lombard, asking if Citizen Lequin's name 
is among those marked for arrest ? Signatures of Delecloy and Cour- 
tois> with wax seal. 

1436. Delessart (Antoine De V. — Minister of the Interior, also, of Foreign 

Affairs). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, Feb. 27, 1791. To M. [Bertrand] 
Dufresne, Director of the Public Treasury, requesting about 30,000 
francs for the salaries of certain officials who have been appointed 
to restore order in the Department of the Gard, &c. With portrait. 

1437. Delessert (Benjamin — eminent French statesman). A.L.S. 1 p. 

4to. Paris, Jan. 4, 1840. Eegarding the receipt of a collection of 
plants, and sending cheque for same. 

1438. Delille (Jacques — French poet). Portrait (India paper) ; Sir Fran- 

cis Drake. Portrait; Elfi Bey — Mameluke chief. Portrait; Ferdi- 
nand Joseph Jean — Archduke of Austria. Portrait; J. G. Fuessli — 
celebrated painter. Portrait, (mezzotint) ; M. le Comte Florian de 
Kergorlay. Portrait; C. S. P. Fortescue — English statesman. Por- 
trait. India paper; Galileo. Portrait. 4to and 8vo. Together, 8 
pieces. 

1439. Demareay (Marc J. — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

June 29, n.y. Regretting that he cannot purchase a work t':en in 
course of publication. 

1440. Demidoff (Prince Anatole — husband of Mathilda Bonaparte). L.S. 

1 p. 4to. San Donata, near Florence, April 18, 1847. Regards 
attending a scientific meeting. 

1441. Democritus. Portrait. P. P. Rubens delt. Mezzotint, 4to. cut close 

and repaired in places. [London, Bowles] 

1442. Demosthenes. Portrait. Ex Marmore antique, P. P. Rubens delin. 

Mezzotint. 4to (cut close, and mounted and repaired in places). 

[London, Bowles] 

1443. Demosthenes. Portrait, after P. P. Rubens. Stipple. 4to. cut close. 

1444. Denon (Dominique V. — eminent French artist, with Napoleon in 

Egypt, received commission from Robespierre to design Re]jublican 
costumes). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, Sept. 12, 1803. To the Minister 
of the Interior. With portrait, full bust. 
Regarding a position for Citizen Tfrassot. 

1445. Denon (Dominique V.). A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. Paris, Feb. 23, 1808. 

Granting permission to M. Hanin to study the Italian school of 
painting at a museum. 



14-16. Denox (Dominique V.). Portrait, half length, seated. Dessine 
d'apres nature par C. Guerin et grave sous sa direction 1810. Line 
engraving. 4to. 

1447. De Eossi. A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to, including addressed portion, rarnia, April 

11, 1799. To M. Vitali, relative to the publication of his annals. 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 292), enclosed in his library 
wrapper and with liis autograph annotations. 

1448. Desaix De Yeygoux (Louis C. A., French general^, with Bonaparte in 

Egypt). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mezzotint by Levachez, 
battle scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 8vo, on small 
folio sheet. 

1449. Desaix De Yeygoux (Louis C. A.). Another copy of the same. 

1450. Desaix De Veygoux (Louis C. A.). Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Lefevre sculp. Hilaire le Dru del. Stipple. Small folio. Paris, n.d. 

1451. Desaix De Yeygoux (Louis C. A.). Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Sasso inc. Bosio dis. Stipple. Svo. ; a full length in imiform. 
Lithograph; also view of his death at Marengo. Together, 3 pieces. 

1452. Des Clouzeaux (Hubert De Ciiampy — Intendant-general of the navy 

and fortifications of Britain under Louis XIY.). A.L.S. 1 p. and a 
half 12mo. Yersailles, August 4, 1700; D. S. Brest, April 14, 1687. 
3 pieces. 

1453. Deseze (Raymond — French advocate and roj^alist). A.L.S. 1 p. Svo, 

n.p. 1829. To M. Marie Brevanns. 

The writer desires a detailed account of the affair concerning the 
marshes of Bordeaux. 

1454. Desfoxtaines (L'Abbe). A.L.S., 2 pp. square 8vo. Paris. May 24, 

1775. States that the affairs of Alengon need looking into by the 
Government. 

1455. Desfox^taixes (Rexe L. — eminent French botanist). D.S. 1 p. 4to, 

Paris, Nov. 8, 1811, signed also by De Jussien. the director of the 
Museum of Natural History. TVith portrait of the former, grouped 
in oval with Barre and Radet. 

1456. Desfouexeaux (Edme E. B. — French general, commanded an expedi- 

tion to Saint Domingo). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, Paris, July 4, 1815. With 
portrait, full l)ust in uniform. 

Acknowledgment of a letter containing a recommendation for the Pre- 
fect of the Depai-tnieut (Paris ?). 

1457. Desgexettes (Nicolas R. D. — chief phvsician in Napoleon's army, 

was at Waterloo). x4.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Nov. 9, 1816. To Syd- 
ney Smith. With portrait, full bust in uniform, and printed ac- 
count " Sur la Fortune entre Buonaparte et Sidney Smith," in which 
Smith stated while in prison in Egypt, that sooner or later, Napoleon 
would occupy the same prison. 
The letter concerns the publication of a volume of essays, etc. 



1458. Desgenettes (Nicolas E. D.). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Oct. 7, 1825. Ee- 

garding the payment of an account. 

1459. Desgenettes (iSTicoLAsE. D.). Portrait, full bust inimiform. Stipple, 

unsigned. 8vo. 

1460. Desmeuxier (Jean N". — French author, wrote " Essay on the United 

States," etc. ) . A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, n.p.n.d. With portrait, full bust in 
oval, F. Bonneville, del. Eegarding a position. 

1461. Desmoulins (Camille). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by 

Levachez, scene and biographical account in script beneath. Svo, on 
small folio sheet. 

1462. Desmoulixs (Camille). Another copy of the same. 

1463. De Soly (M. — Advocate to the Emperor). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

Feb. 22, 1815. Eeceipt for money received from M. De Brichamban. 

1464. Dessolles (Jean J. P. A. — eminent French general and statesman, 

served under ^Moreau). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio, Paris, April 20, 1826. 
To the ]\Iembers of the Society for Elementary Education. With 
portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Dessolles having been appointed as the president of the above society, 
this letter was written to express his thanks, and also, his approval re- 
garding the methods used in the society. 

1465. Diderot (Denis — eminent French philosopher). Portrait, full bust 

in oval. Line engraving. 8vo. [Naples, n.d.] 

1466. Dode De La Brumerie (French general, distinguished at the Siege 

of Saragossa). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Dec. 5, 1840, informing 
]\[arshall **** that it might be well to have General Schneider 
present when certain information is given out. With portrait. 

1467. DoGUERREAU (Louis, Baron De — French colonel). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. 

Paris, Sept. 25, 1822. To the Minister of War, requesting that a 
certain sum of money be paid him. 

1468. DoRSCH (JoHANN C. — German engraver). Portrait, three-quarter 

length. Engraved by B. Vogel. Mezzotint (margins cut away). 

1469. Doublet (George — French general, voted confinement and banish- 

ment for Louis XVI.). L.S. 3 pp. folio, n.p. Aug. 21, 1795. Signed 
also by Merlin de Douai. Orders issued by the Committee of Public 
Safety. 

1470. Doublet (Pierre jST. — lawA^er, later judge at the criminal court of 

Eure-et-Loir). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to (small portion of upper margin 
cut away), n.p. Nov. 15, 1805. Eelative to the sale of personal 
property. 

1471. Douglas (Archibald — 3rd Marquis, and 1st Duke of Douglas). Por- 

trait, full bust in oval, Avith medallion i^ortraits of William Murray, 
Earl of Mansfield, and Charles Oratt, Earl of Camden. Val. Green 
fecit. W. Willison pinxt. Mezzotint. Folio, very small margins, 
which are repaired in places. Fine early state, not described by 
Chaloner Smith. London, 1770 



1472. Doyle (Sir Charles William — General, distinguished for his con- 

duct at Valenciennes). L.S. by Topoz y Mina to Gen. Doyle, Paris. 
1818. 1 p. folio. 

1473. Draparnaud (J. Pn. K. — celebrated French naturalist and linguist). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Montpellier, 19 Fructidor, Year IX (1801). 

" I have added to your collection a copy of my work, ' Les Mollusques 
terrestres et fluviatiles de la France,' which I ask you to receive as a 
token of esteem and friendshi))." etc. Characteristic specimen. 

1474. Drayton (William Henry — American Statesman, President of the 

Council of Safety in 1775). Bust portrait in oval, long coat, ruffled 
shirt-front, hair in queue. Line and stipple. Proof before all letters. 
(Dusimitier series.) 12mo. 

1475. Drelincourt (Charles — physician and author of high reputation). 

A.L.S. 1 p. small 4to, Leyden, July 14 [16] 78. 

1476. Dresden. View in colors. Folio. London, 1815 

1477. Drouet D'Erlon (Jean B.— Marshal of France). A.L.S., 1 p. folio. 

Valladolid, Dec. 10, 1812, recommending to the consideration of the 
Paymaster General a young man by the name of Taney. 

1478. Drouot (Antoixe — French general. Governor of Elba). A.L.S.. 3 pp. 

12mo, including addressed portion. [April 25, 1803], informing cer- 
tain officers of the price of horses. 

1479. Drouot (Antoine). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, Nancy, Feb. 6, 1817. Thanks 

]\radame **** for certain books loaned hiin, and for her permission 
to use her husband's library. 

14S0. Drouot (Antoine). A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo, including the addressed por- 
tion. Nancy, Aug. 10, 1823. To M. Hersaut^ Freicli Consul at 
Washington, congratulating him upon his marriage, and giving him 
good advice thereon. 

1481. Drouot (Antoine). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Lith. de Ducarme 

after Garnier. 8vo. 

1482. Drouot (Antoine). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. N, 

Mayer del. 4to. 

1483. Dublin. Ireland. The prospect of the city of Dublin. J. Mason sculp. 

J. Tudor delin. Line engraving in colors. 4to. 

1484. Dubois (Antoine — eminent French surgeon, attended Marie Louise 

upon the birth of her son). Signature on portion of document issued 
bv the Health Commission. [Paris] le 25 Floreal, I'An II [May 15, 
1794]. With portrait. 

1485. Dubois (Antoine). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Sept. 20, 1808. 

Stating that exercise on horseback is not good for a M. Le Noyer, a 
light infantryman. 

1486. Dubois (Antoine). Portrait, full bust. Line engraving after Gerard. 

gvo. Paris, n.d. 



1487. Dubois (L. K". P. J. — French Councillor of State, and head of the 

Paris police under Fouche, deposed l)y jSfapoleon on account of his in- 
action during a fire at the ball celebrating the marriage of the Emperor 
and Maria Louisa, at which time several lives were lost). A.L.S. 
4 pp. 4to. Paris, May 29, 1823, complaining of the shooting that 
takes place at Vitry every year for a certain period, — that it ruins 
his crops, is a menace to the lives of himself and family, and that 
the shooting-ground should he established elsewhere. With portrait. 

1488. Dubois De Chance (Edmond L. A. — French general, a partisan of Dan- 

ton, one of the first members of the Committee of Public Safety). 
A. N". S. (8 lines with signature) underneath recommendation signed 
by Pichon. 1 p. folio. Paris, Oct. 28, 1794. With portrait. 

1489. Dubois De Grange (Edmond L. A.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 

20, 1796. Complains that a citizen has not been able to obtain a 
horse. 

1490. Dubois De Chance (Edmond L. A.). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris [1800] 

Relating to the expense of commodities provided by Citizen Pouilliqueu. 

1491. Dubois De Crance (Edmond L. A.). Portrait, full bust in oval. F. 

Bonneville del. et sculp. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

1492. Dubois De Crance (Edmond L. A.). Portrait, full bust in oval. F. 

Bonneville del. et sculp. Line engraving. 12mo. 

1493. Dubois De Thainville (Charles F. — consul general and charge- 

d'-aff aires at Algiers, 1809). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mezzo- 
tint. Unsigned. 4to (margins cut away). 

1494. Du BouRG (M.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Strasburg, May 22, 1672. Regard- 

ing M. La Eogue, and stating that he is imfit for military duty. 
With seal. 

1495. Du Cayla (Madame — mistress of Louis XVIII. ). A.L.S. to Adolphe 

Nourris, the well-known singer. 1 p. 12mo. n.d. With portrait, 2 
pieces . 

Complimenting Nonrris for his beautiful voice, and telling him that 
Prince Wolkouski has expressed the desire of singing with him. 

1496. Duckworth (Sir John Thomas — English admiral, won great distinc- 

tion by his skill during Lord Howe's victory over the French). L.S. 
2 pp. "folio. Jamaica, April 21, 1802, Regarding beds, etc., for the 
men. 

1497. Duckworth (Sir John Thomas). Portrait, half length in uniform. 

Engraved by J. Vendramini, drawn by W. Evans, after Sir W. 
Beechey. Stipple. 4to. London, 1809 

1498. Ducos (Roger — eminent French lawyer, voted for the death of the 

king, member of the Directory). Autograph annotation, signed, on 
a one-page 4to recommendation for one Henriot Francois, who is 
highly recommended to the Senate. The document is also signed by 
Lefebvre, Napoleon's marshal. With portrait, etched full bust, by 
Darreau. 2 pieces. n.p.n.d. 



1499. DuFOUR (Georges J. — French general, with Moreau at his celebrated 

retreat from Bavaria). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Headquarters, Huningue 
[Alsace], Sept. 16, 1796. To the General in Chief. 

Ref^ardins work in progress which he says he will find some means of 
hurrying, etc. 

1500. DuFOUR (Georges J.). L.S. 4 pp. folio, including addressed portion. 

Bourges, Jan. 11, 1807. Acknowledges receipt of orders from the 
Minister of War releasing 33 sailors who were taken prisoners of 
war while sailing under the Prussian flag, etc. 

1501. DuFOUR (GuiLLAUME H. — Swiss general, entered French army). Por- 

trait [in act of defense], full length in uniform. St. Sauveur direx., 
Labrousse del. et sculp. 8vo. 

1502. DuGOMMiER (Jean F. C. — French general, commanded at Toulon, where 

Napoleon acted under his orders). Autograph signature, and salu- 
tation, with portrait, full bust in uniform. 

1503. [DuGUA (Charles F. J., with Napoleon in Egypt)]. A.L.S. of E. A, 

Aigley. 1 p. folio. Headquarters at Cairo, March 3, 1798, to Gen. 
Dugua, informing him that he has ordered two camels. 

1504. [DuGUA (Charles F. J.)]. D.S. by A. G. Canut to Gen. Dugua. 1 p. 

folio. Cairo, April 20, 1798. Eegarding money which he would 
collect on the following day. 

1505. [Dugua (Charles F. J.)]. A.L.S. of M. Daure, commissaire ordon- 

nateur-en-chef. 1 p. folio. Cairo, Jan. 16, 1799. To Gen. Dugua, 
informing him that he has given orders regarding a surgeon, etc. 

1506. Dugua (Charles F. J.). L.S. 1 p. folio. Cairo, le 30 Vendemiaire 

I'An yill [Oct. 21, 1799]. Order for the delivery of supplies from 
storehouse. 

1507. [Dugua (Charles F. J.)]. L.S. of M. Thevenin. 1 p. folio. Cairo, 

Jan. 21, 1800, to Gen. Dugua, regarding a messenger. 

1508. Dugua (Charles F. J.). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, iirmy of San Domingo, 

Sept. 26, 1800. To the Minister of War. 

Written the year he went to San Domingo as chief of the staff of 
Leclerc, where he died the following year. Two men — Montbrun, aide- 
de-camp to Gen. Hardy, and officer Manriea — had departed and taken 
with them certain maps, which the writer wishes to have returned. 

The letter contains several autograph lines with signature by Berthier 
on the same subject. 

1509. Dugua (Charles F. J.). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Caen, April 24, 1801. 

With portrait, full bust in uniform, on India paper. 

Dugua thanks Citizen Champin for his kindness. Informs him that he 
will leave Caen only to take military service, states reasons for not 
being able to reach Paris, etc. 

1510. Dugua (Charles F. J.). Portrait, full bust by Dutertre. Etching on 

India paper. 8vo. 



loll. DuHESMK (Philippe G. — French general, wounded and taken prisoner 
at Waterloo). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Headquarters at Lyons, June 9, 
1802. AVith portrait, on India paper. Regarding a distribution of 
wine which had been made to the troops. 

1512. DuHESME (Philippe G.). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, Feb. 25, 1810. 

To the Due de Feltre (Henri J. G. Clarke). With portrait, full bust 
in uniform. Lithograph on India paper. 

Informing the Duke that under separate cover he is transmitting a 
detailed report of his military operations during the years 1S09-10. 
Duhesme raised a company of volunteers at his own expense at the be- 
ginning of the Revolution. He was murdered by the Brunswick hussars 
in a house at Gemmapes after tlie battle of Waterloo. 

1513. Duhesme (Philippe G.). Portrait, fidl bust in uniform. Mezzotint 

by Levachez ; battle scene and biographical account in script beneath. 
8vo, on small folio sheet. 

1514. Duhesme (Phillippe G.). Another copy of the same. 

1515. Dumas (Alexaxdbe Davy De La Pailleterie — French gneral, sa- 

luted by Bonaparte with the title of "the Horatius Codes of the 
Tyrol," father of the novelist). L.S. 1 p. folio. Headquarters at 
Grenoble, March 8, 1794. On military matters. 

1516. Dumas (Alexandre Dayy De La Pailleterie). L. S. 1 p. folio. 

Toulon, April 22, 1796. To General Vance. Eelative to measures 
which should be taken to prevent the desertion of sailors. 

1517. Dumas (Alexandre Davy De La Pailleterie.) Official A.L.S. to 

the Secretary of War. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 1st Floreal, IV year (1796). 

1518. Dumas (Alexandre Davy De La Pailleterie). L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Villers-Cotterets (France), March 31, 1798. With fine seal. 

Dumas' aide-de-camp Lavillette is ordered to observe the first order 
given to him to go to Caen, and then to retrograde to reach Toulon where 
other orders will await liim. 

1519. Dumas (Alexandre^ Pere — French author). A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. Oct. 

30, no 3^ear. A request. 

1520. Dumas (Alexandre, Pere). A.KS. 1 p. 24mo. N.p.n.d., urging his 

" dear child " to visit him quickly. 

1521. Dumas (Alexandre, Fils — ^^French author). A.L.S. 3 pp. 18mo. 

X.p.n.d. On personal matters. 

1522. Dumas (Alexandre, Fils). A.L.S. 1 page and a half 12mo. Paris, 

n.d. 

Offering twenty-five francs apiece for two drawings. 

1523. Dumas (Jean Baptiste — eminent French chemist). A.L.S. to A. M. 

Ampere, the celebrated mathematician. 1 p. 8vo. n.d. 

Invitation to a dinner in honor of Berzelius, the celebrated Swedish 
chemist. 



1524. Dumas (Matiiieu — French general, aide-de-camp to Iiochainbeau in 

tli(> rnited States). D.S. " :\Iatliieu;* 1 p. folio. Xov. 28, ITW. 
Signed also by Monmayoua. 

The " ComtC' de Sfirete Geiu'riilo" wishes to h;ivc .-iii exact report ol 
the proceediiifis directed against Citizen Masson. \ovcinher 23, 1794. 

1525. Dumas (Mathieu). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, March 9, 1812. 

Askins the Director of the Press to have tlie Decree that was about to 
be issued to the National (luard published, and to forward a copy before 
9 a. in. on the following day. 

1526. Dumas (^^Lvniii-r ). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris. Oct. 30. 1830. _ Ac- 
" knowledges the receipt of account of the organization of the National 

Guard. 

1527. DuMERBiON (Pierre J. — French general). L.S. 3 pp. 4to, includ- 

ing addressed portion. Cairo, le 2 Vendemiaire, I'An III [Sept. 23, 
1T1)4:]. Eelates to the disposition of supplies left l)y the enemy at 
Cairo and Diago [Egypt]. 

1528. DuMESXOY (S.— of the Theatre Franqais). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

April 18, 1831. To the Sec'y of State, asking for an interview. 

1529. DuMOXT (Co:mte — French revolutionist). A.L.S. 2 pp. 8vo, n.p. 

April 12, 1828. 

1530. Du:\[OURTEZ (Ctiarlf.s F. — French general, escaped to England). 

A.L.S. 1 ]>. -tto. Niort (France)'. Dec. 3. ITDl. With portrait, 
full l)ust in uniform. 

Certifying that Jean Paul E. Laidin de la Bouterie is fully qualified 
for the grade of officer. 

1531. DuMOUKiEZ (Charles F.). Portraits, (1), full bust in uniform. 

Grave par E. Bovinet, dessine par F. Bonneville. Stipple. (2), 
full length in uniform. E. Leguay sc. Lacauchie del. Together, 
2 pieces. 

1532. DuMOURiEZ (Charles F.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mezzo- 

tint by Lcvachez, military scene and luograjihical notice in script be- 
neath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

1533. DuxcAx (Adam, A^iscouxt Oe Camperdowx. British admiral). 

Lord Duncan's victory, October 11, 1797, showing the '" Triumph,"' 
" Hercules," and the others that contributed to that memorable vic- 
tory, and for which Duncan was created Viscount of Camperdown. 
F. Ambrosi, sculpt. W. Wilkins, pinxt. Line engraving. In colors, 
probably colored by hand. 4to. 

1534. Dux^CAx (Adam, Viscouxt Of Camperdowx). Portrait, full length 

in uniform, holding compass in left hand, ships to the right. Ger- 
man copper engraving. Unsigned. 4to. Very scarce. 

1535. Duxxixcj (JoHX, Lord Ashburtox, eminent English lawyer). Por- 

trait, full bust in oval, wearing gown of office. F. Bartolozzi, sculpt. 
Sir J. Peynolds, pinx. Stipple in brown. 4to. I^oudon. 1787 



]5;3(). Dunning (John, Lord Asiibukton). Portrait, three-quarter length 
in r(jbe.s. Engraved by W. Bond after Sir J. Eeynokls. Stipple. 
4to. London, 1809 

1537. DuPERRE (Victor Guy — Admiral, commanded the fleet of 103 ves els 

of war which Charles X. sent to attack Algiers). A.N.S. 1 p. 8vo. 
Brest, Oct. 10, 1827. With portrait, full length in uniform and bio- 
graphical account. 

Statement i-egardlns services in tlie navy, and autliorizing two sailors' 
wives to embark with tliem. 

1538. DuPERRE (Victor Guy). L.S. 1 p. folio. Toulon, June 20, 1819. 

To the Minister of Marine. With portrait, full length in uniform. 

Regarding a mistake made in tlie payroll, two names being (in it that 
did not belong there. 

1539. DuPiioT (Leonard — French general). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

F. Bonneville del. et sculp. Stipple, 8vo. Paris, n. d. 

1540. Dri'tN (Andre M. J. J. — French lawyer, defended Marshal Ney for 

which he gained great popularity). A. L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Paris, July 
,27, 1812. With 4 portrait-^, all lithographs, one on India paper, also 
printed biographical notice. 

The director of the town of Nievre declared that a certain soldier who 
died in Spain had left 3,000 fr. to be divided among members of his 
family. The affair was about to be settled when he announced that 
it was all a joke. 

1541. Du Plaine (31. — sect'y. of a French society in Philadelphia). A.L.S. 

2 pp. 4to. Philadelphia, ^tfarch 7, 1793. To M. Mangouvit, French 
Consul at Charleston, S. C. 

An interesting letter in which the writer says that all Frenchmen 
read with pleasure of the entertainment given by the recipient at 
Charleston, &c. 

1542. DuPONT De L'Etang (Pierre — French general, defeated at Baylen 

and surrendered with 18,000 men, condemned by Xapoleon to an in- 
definite imprisonment). L.S. 5 pp. 4to. Headquarters at Andu- 
jar, July 9, 1808. To the Due de Rovigo (Anne Jean M. R. Sav:.ry, 
ride-de-camp to Bonaparte). With portrait, full bust in uniform, on 
India paper. 

An important historical letter written very shortly before Dupont 
capitulated to General Castanos with about 18,000 men (as above). He 
informs the Kuke that he sent M. I.eremburg, paymaster of the 1st divi- 
sion to General Castanos to see under what conditions terms of peace 
C'luld be made. Castanos refused to accept any terms, saying that lu^ 
was quite satisfied with the insurrection, and that he had .W.OOO men to 
oppose the enemy. Dupont believes that with reinforcements of about 
10,000 men he could so strike terror into the hearts of the enemy, that the 
doors of Seville and Cadiz would (piickly open t<i him. 

1543. Dupont De L'Etang (Pierre). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Forestier sculp. Stipple. 8vo. 

1544. Din'ONT De L'Stang (Pierre). Portrait, full length in uniform, 

mounted. Line engraving. In colors. 4t(). 



1545. DupoRT-DuTERTRE (MARGUERITE L. P. — Minister of State, condemned 

by the Eevoliitionary Tribunal, and executed 1793). L,^. 1 p. folio. 
Paris, Jan. 4, 1791. Stating that the sentence of Michel Percelay 
has been remitted by the king. 

1546. Dui'UYTREN (GuiLLAUME. BAitox — French surgeon an anatomist). 

A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to, including addressed portion. N.P. [April], 1819, 
requesting a position as house-surgeon for a M. Marx. With por- 
trait. 

1547. DuRAND De Maillane (Pierre T. — eminent French lawyer, member 

of the Estates-General). 2 A.L.S. each 3 pp. 4to. Aix and St. 
Eemy, Feb. 1 and May 10, 1808. In the letter to the First Presi- 
dent of the Court of Cassation, the writer asks reply to his request 
for retirement; other letter is one of recommendation. 

1548. DuROC (Geeaed C. M., Due De Feioul — favorite officer of the court 

and camp of JSTapoleon). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Fontainebleau, Oct. 18, 
1807. 

Regarding the budget for ISOS, of which Duroc advises the recipient to 
keep on hand a copy, as his Majesty might wish to close it at any moment, 
etc. 

1549. Duroc (Geeaed C. M., Due De Feioul). A.L.C. " le D. de Friuli," 

1 p. folio. St. Cloud, Jan. 2, 1810. To Count Darn. With printed 
biographical account of Duroc. 

Informing Darn that his Majesty (Napoleon) had decided on the 
present to send to the King of Westphalia (Jerome). 

1550. DuEoc (Geeaed C. M., Due De Feioul). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, 

March 6, 1811, answering the complaint of a postmaster against a 
regiment of fusileers. 

1551. DuEOc (Geeaed C. M., Due De Feioul). Vellum D. S. 1 ]). oblong 

folio (folded). Paris, April 11, 1811, appointing J. B. Langlois. 
Signed, also, by the Secretary-General and the Quartermaster of the 
Palace. With seal. 

1552. DuEOc (Geeaed C. M., Due De Feioul). A.L.S. "Due de Friuli.'' 

1 p. folio. Antwerp, Oct. 1, 1811, ordering personal goods of the 
Emperor that were left on the vessels Charlemagne and Le Bantame, 
to Antwerp, in care of M. Deschamps. With portrait. 

1553. DuEoe (Geeaed C. M., Due De Feioul). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, n.p. May 

4, n.y. Eelative to the furnishing of the Chateau de Lacken. 

1554. DuEOc (Geeaed C. M., Due De Feioul). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. [Paris], 

May 17, no year. To " Mon cher Docteur," informing him that he 
had spoken to His Majesty relative to his, the writer's, health, that 
he was forced to give up the campaign, &c. Should His Majesty 
question the Doctor, the latter is to furnish him full information 
regarding his health. 

1555. Duroc (Geeaed C. M., Due De Feioul). Portrait, full bust in uni- 

form. Stipple. Unsigned. 4to. 



1556. DuROC (Gerard C. M., Due De Frioul). Portrait, full bust in uni- 

form. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

1557. DuROc (Gerard C. M., Dug De Frioul). Portrait, full length in uni- 

form. From the folio, Versailles Gallery. 

1558. DuROC (Gerard C. M., Due De Frioul). Portrait, full length, in 

robes. 8vo. Unsigned. 

1559. DuROC (Gerard C. M., Due De Frioul). Portrait, full length, in 

uniform. Grave par Coqueret. Mezzotint. Folio. 

1560. DuROC (Gerard C. M., Due De Frioul). Portrait, full length, in 

robes. 4 to. 

1561. (DuRoc (Gerard C. M., Due De Frioul). Death of Duroc. 1813. 

Blanchard fils sculp. 8vo. 
Extended account of the battles he fought, in script beneath. 

1562. Duroc, Las Cases, Poxiatowski, and others. Portraits, mainly in 

uniform. 8vo, and 12mo, no duplicates, 20 pieces. 

1563. Durosxel (Axtoine J. A. H.— aide-de-camp to Bonaparte and also to 

Louis Philipi^e). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Oct. 28, 1812. To M. 

Bergon, Councillor of State. With portrait. 

Requesting that a M. Adam be given a position as guard of the woods 
and forests. 

1564. DussAULX (Jeax— Member of the Convention, French litterateur). 

A.L.S. 2pp. folio, including addressed portion. Paris, le 18 
Prairial. I'An V [June 6, 1797]. To Citizen Treillhard, returning 
thanks for the petition sent him, &c. 

1565. Duval (Jeax Pierre— Minister of Police, one of the council of the 

500). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Dec. 11, 1798, regarding a letter written 
by the priest Jolivet. With portrait. 

1566. DuviviER (Fraxciade F.— French general, mortallv wounded in 

1848). D.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Jan. 25, 1834. Signed also by sev- 
eral others. An order for payment to Hy. Vilaret of 250 fr. 

1567. East Ixdia Co^rpAxy. Persian Petition (with English translation), to 

the Honorable Court of Directors of the East India Company, from 
B^udruddean Moossin khan Bahador, grandson of the Jageerdar of 
Kulva, &c., praying that protection may not be withdrawn from him 
and the villages he rules, with copv of the Purvanah mentioned there- 
. in, &c. 11 pp. folio. X.P. Nov. 17, 1826. 

1568. Edward (Duke Of Kext— father of Queen Victoria). D.S. 3 pp 

folio, Halifax, March 24," 1800. With portrait, full bust in uniform.' 

1569. EoYPTiAx Views. "Principal Square in Grand Cairo" and "First 

and Second Pyramid of Gizah." L. Mever del. T. Milton direx. 
Oblong 4to. (2 pieces.) "' London, 1801 



1570. EiCHTHAL (CtASTAVE D' — French publicist and critic, of Jewish fam- 

ily; as a Saint-Simonian spent a large fortune in trying to establish 
the principles of his sect). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo, November 17, 1842. 
Authoriziiiii M. P.outnrd to take two works for him from the Royal 
Library. 

1571. Elba. Tableau Kaisonne Isle tVKlbc, [ot | Vue tic I'cxcavation tie la 

Miniere de Ferde Rio. Copjiorplate map and view. 4to. Unsigned. 
4to. January, 1779. 

1572. Elizabeth Alexievna — Empress of Russia. Portrait, full bust in 

oval. Unsigned. In colors. 8vo. 

1573. Elizabeth Of Prussia, daughter of Maximilian, King of Bavaria, and 

wife of Frederick William IV., king of Bavaria. L.S. 1 p. 4to. Sans 
Souci, July 2, 1868. 

1574. Elizabeth (Philippine M. H. — sister of Louis XVI.). Portrait, full 

length. Biasioli inc. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

1575. Elizabeth (Philippine M. H.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Line 

engraving. Svo. in Napoli, n.d. 

1576. Elliott (General G. A. — Governor of Gibraltar). Full length por- 

trait in uniform. Copper engraving by Thornton after Hamilton. 
Folio. Circa 1790 

1577. Elliott (General G. A.). General Elliott haranguing hi? troops 

previous to the attack of the Gun Boats of Gibraltar, September 13, 
1782. Copper engraving by Record after Metz. Folio. Circa 1790 

1578. P^lliott (General G. A.). Full length portrait in uniform standing 

beside cannon. Copper engraving, unsigned. Folio. Circa 1800 

1579. Elphinstone (George Keith, Viscount — British admiral, sent to 

New York in charge of convoy, served on shore at the reduction of 
Charleston, etc.). D.S. 1 p. folio. On board the Foudroyant, Fort 
Mahon, August 29, ISOO. 

An interesting antl important document, written on the ship on which 
Keith refused Lord Nelson passage to England, regarding the famous 
French frigate GulUaume Tell, which was one of only two ships that 
escaped in the famous battle of Aboukir Bay, Nelson in command, and 
appointing Edward Tobin as lieutenant for the then captured vessel. 

1580. Elphinstone (George Keith). Portrait, half length in uniform. En- 

graved by H. Meyer, drawn by J. Jackson, after G. Saunders. Stip- 
ple. Open letters. Folio. London, 1812 

1581. Smeriau (Maurice J. — French admiral, commanded a ship at Abou- 

kir, where he was made a prisoner), A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, n.p., Feb. 
12, 1804. To Gen. Thevenard. 

Informing the recipient that he (Emeriau) has arrived and requesting 
him to announce his arrival to Moliny. 

1582. ElMERiAu (Maurice J.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple, 

8vo, Proof before letters. 



1583. Enxo Louis (Count Of East Friesland). A.L.S. 2 pp. 8vo, in- 

chuling addressed portion. The Hague, Sept. 9, 1644. To '' Mon- 
scignein-/* congratulating him upon his success. 

1584. ExciiiEN (Louis A. H. D'— French prince, fought against the Repub- 

lic, shot in 1804, a deed which excited deep indignation against Bona- 
parte). " Eloge ■ funebre pronounce par Tabbe Roger Cure de 
Vincennes au Service Solennel celebre dans son eglise pour I'anni- 
versaire le 21 Mars 1816 de S.A.S. Monseigneur le Due D'Enghien 
exhume le meme jour." A finely written Ms. of 9 pp. probably 
written by the Abbe Roger and delivered by him. 4to. With por- 
trait, full length in uniform. 

1585. ExGHiEX (Louis A. H. D'). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Engraved 

by A. Cardon, painted by V. Huet. Stipple. Open letters. Also 
"Execution du due d'Enghicn." Chanson sc. Gabriel del. To- 
gether, 2 pieces. 

1586. Epee (Charles M. De L' — philanthropist and the first teacher of the 

deaf and dumb) . A piece of paper with " I'abbe de L'Epee instituteur 
gratuit des sourds et muets " and the date " Aout 1783 " in his 
autograph. With portrait. 

1587. fipEE (Charles M. De L'). Portrait, full length, in robes. Sasso inc. 

Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

1588. Eperxox (B. De Xogaret De La Valette, Due D' — Colonel of the 

French Infantry). L.S. to Monsieur de Mauconseil. 1 p. folio. 
Cadillac, September, 1659. With portrait. 2 pieces. 

Referring to the rebelliou of the city of Bordeaux, announcing that lie 
is starting to quell it, and asking Mauconseil to join him for the service 
of the king. 

1589. Eprkmexil (Cilarles Duval D'). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzo- 

tint by Levachez, military scene and biographical account in script 
beneath. 8vo, on a small folio sheet. 

1590. Epremexil (Cpiarles Duval D'). Another copy of the same. 

1591. Erasmus. Portrait, full bust in oval. T. Hollaway direxit, Holbein 

pinxt. Line engraving. 4to. London, 1792 

1592. Erasmus. Portrait, half length. Houston fecit. Holbein pinxit. Mez- 

zotint (cut close and mounted). 4to. 

1593. Ersktxe (Charles — Cardinal, domestic prelate to Pope Pius VI.). 

A.L.S. (in Italian). 1 p. folio, Rome, Aug. 27, 1803. 

1594. Erskixe (Charles — Lord Justice). Portrait, full bust in oval. Jas. 

McArdell fecit. Thos. Hudson pinxt. Mezzotint. Folio. Cut to 
plate mark. [London] 

1595. [Erskixe (Charles)]. Portrait, full length in robes of office, entitled 

" Councellor Ego. — i. e., little i, myself i." Stipple in brown. 8vo. 

London, 1798 



1596. Erskine (Thomas, Lord — illustrious British orator and advocate, Lord 

Chancellor of England). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. [Capcoburg], Sept. 21, 
1814, referring to Lord Bathurst and matters in which he and a Mr. 
Beazley are interested. 

1597. EsPELETTE (Gratian D'— Minister of France at Bologna). A.L.S. to 

Count Beliardi, French Consul in Sinigaglia. 3 pp. 4to. Bologna, 
June 30, 1756. 

An interesting letter announcing the capture of Fort St. Philippe by 
Marshal Richelieu. " Admiral Bing and his Counter-Admiral, West, have 
been recalled to London to be placed on trial. . . . The English 
have seized eight Dutch vessels with a cargo of salt. . . . The King 
has declared war upon England . . ." 

1598. EsPELETTE (Geatian D'). L.S. 4 pp. 4to. Boulogne, Feb. 16, 1757, 

stating that he has not heard that Cardinal de la Eochfoucaut is to 
visit Rome, that the attack against the king was planned in England, 
and that both the Ministers of War and Navy have been exiled. 



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151>9. EsTE— Francis III., Duke Of Mode-na, commanded the Spanish 
armies in Italy in the war of the Austrian succession. D.S. 1 p. 
folio, Feb. 22, 1658. 

1600. EsTERHAZY De Galantha (Paul Antony, Prince— Austrian Ambas- 

sador to London). D.S. 3 pp. 4to. [London], Feb. 22, 1823. 

Interesting statement by Esterhazy, sworn to before a Justice of the 
Peace on date above noted, relative to an unprovoked assault made upon 
him by one Bettera, and demands that said Bettera be restrained, as he 
is likely to do him [Esterhazy] much bodily injury. 

1601. Etchings. Four etchings, one signed by E. L. West (son of Benja- 

min?), 1785; R. Westall fecit. 1790, and two others. Two with 
margins cut away. 4to and 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

1602. European Views. Various cities, engraved by Grignion and others for 

Barlow's General History of Europe. Copperplates. 4to and oblono- 
4to. (5 pieces.) ^ 

1603. European Views, &c., including one of Alexandria, Egypt. Copper- 
plates, &c. Various sizes. (10 pieces). Paris, &c. v.d. 

1604. Ewart (William). Half length portrait. Engraved by W. Haw. 4to. 

Open letter proof on India paper. Ewart procured the passage of an 
act to establish Free Public Libraries. 

1605. ExcELMANS (E. J. I.— eminent French general, made Marshal of 

France about 1850). L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, Oct. 11, 1814. In- 
forms " Monseigneur " that it might be wise, before proceedino- to 
organize the King's Regiment, to reduce the number of horses esti- 
mated for it, as there are always some men who do not require them. 
With portrait. 

1606. Excelmans (E. J. I.). A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. n.p.n.d. To M. Etienne, 

extending an invitation to dinner. 



1607. Eyries (J. B. — French geographer, and one of the founders of the Geo- 

graphical Society of Paris). Two A.N.S. 1 page, 16mo. Paris, 
Septend)er and jSTovemher 9, 1842. 2 pieces. 

1608. Fabke De L'Aude (Jeax P. — French statesman, delivered address at 

the Coronation of Xapoleon). L.S. 1 p. folio, Pcrpignan, Aug. 16, 
1793. Signed also hy General J. B. Bonnet. With wax seal. 

1609. Fabkicy (Gabriel — French Dominican, hibliographer and archaeolo- 

gist). A.L.S. 1 page and a half, folio. Rome, September 1, 1785. 

1610. Faix (A. J. F. — French historian, and Napoleon's secretary). L.S. 1 

p. 4to. Cabinet du Eoi, [Paris], Jan. 14, 1831. Informs M. Lafitte 
that the king has recommended that certain favors be granted to a 
person named, but adds that " the king's recommendations are never 
worth very much." Forwarded to M. E. D. de Pasquier, Chancellor 
of France, asking him to comply with request. 

1611. Fain (A. J. F.) A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, March 21, 1931. States 

that M. Paul has obtained a quartermaster's position but would like 
to be transferred to a regiment of chasseurs. 

1612. Farxese (Eaxuccio — 1569-1622, Duke Of Parma, notorious for his 

tyranny and cruelty). Signature to the fragment of a document 
according a delay in the payment of a certain amount of money. 
Parma, January 5, 1596. In a wrapper with notes in the handwriting 
of Silvio Pellico. 2 pieces. 

1613. Fauptte-Borel (Louis — a French Royalist and agent of Prussia). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo, including addressed portion. [Tiano(?)], 
July 22, 1822. Liforms M. [***] that the Royal Court will sub- 
scribe 500 francs for statue of General Pichegru, and that the writer 
will endeavor to interest friends in London in the matter. With 
portrait. 

1614. Fauche-Borel (Louis). Portrait, half length, seated. Grave par 

Perrot fils. Peint par Autissier. Line engraving on India paper. 4to. 

Also portraits of Moreau and Pichegni. After the accession of Na- 
poleon, Fauche-Borel was engaged in several attempts to restore the Bour- 
bons. , 

1615. Fauconxet — French general of Brigade. Portrait, in costume, wearing 

cocked hat, on horseback. Dessine par Naudet. Line engraving, in 
colors, probably colored by hand. 

1616. Faunean (Felicie De — French sculptor, among her works are a 

monument of Dante and a statute of Saint-Genevieve). 2 A.L.S. 
(1) Turin, April 20, 1822, (2) n.p. Jan. 5, 1823 ( ?). Both personal 
letters. With wrapper containing writing by Pellico. 

1617. Feniiilon (Francois De Saligxac). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mme. 

De Cernel, Sergent del. Mezzotint in colors. 4to. (No. 35 of a 
French work of portraiture). 1790 



1G18. Ferdinand III. Of Tuscany — brother oL' Francis II. of Germany. 
Portrait, half length. F. Zucchi iucid. Venetiis; also portraits of 
Ferdinand VII., King of Spain, restored to power by Napoleon; 
together with that of his queen. J?. Cuwper sculp. Sti])ple. London, 
1811. Together, 2 pieces! 

IGli). Ferdinand IV. — King Of Naples — married .Maria Carolina of Aus- 
tria, daughter of Maria Theresa. Portraits of both, full length, the 
king in military uniform. Line engraving. Unsigned, folio; also 
full bust portrait of him. Sparrow sculp. [London, n.d.]. To- 
gether, 2 pieces. 

1620. Ferdinand V. and Isabella— Patrons of Columbus. D.S., " Yo-el-rey " 

and " Yo-la-rcyna," 1 p. oblong 12mo. [Madrid, 1493]. With por- 
traits. 

1621. Ferdinand VII. — King Of Spain, restored to power by Napoleon. 

D.S. 1 p. folio, Madrid, March 26, 1824. 

1622. Ferdinand VII. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Gravado pr. C. M. T. 

Dren, 1813 (?). Line engraving. 4to. 

1633. Ferdinand VII. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. P. Cosway 
del. 4to. Milano (n.d.) 

1624. Ferguson (Sir Eonald C— British general). Portrait, half length 

in uniform. Mezzotint. Proof before all letters. Folio. 

1625. Ferino (P. ]\r. B. — French General, fought under Desaix and Moreau. 

Governor of Antwerp). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including the addressed 
portion. Headquarters, Basle, le 22 Thermidor, I'An VII. [Aug. 10, 
1799]. informs General Ney that there has been a delay in the 
receipt of meat for his division and that he will be compelled to 
advise the Commissary-General in that regard. Suggests that as he 
has no funds to pay out for meat, the shippers may be aware of that 
fact and for that reason decline to forward. With 2 portraits, and 
seal. 

1626. Ferino (P. M. B.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p.n.d. To Gen. Gauttier. 

Regarding the adjutant-commanders, and asking tlie recipient to lieep 
them in sight during the progress of some worli. 

1627. Ferrari (Paolo — ^Italian dramatic poet). A.L.S. to G. B. Aiazzi, 

Censor of Tuscany. 2 pp. 8vo. Livorno, April 21, 1858. With en- 
velope. 2 pieces. 

Asliing permission for tlie representation of his drama " Parini." 

1628. Fesch (Joseph, Cardinal — half brother to the mother of Napoleon). 

L.S. "' Joseph, xVrcheveque de Lyon," 1 p. 4to. Lyons, Dec. 9, 1802, 
To the Prefect of the Department of the Rhone. 

The writer, who very shortly afterwards was made cardinal, states 
that he will consider the ])etition of the Mayor of the Commune, whicn 
the prefect has sent to him. 



1629. Fesch (Joseph). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Sept. 3, 1810. Informing 

the recipient that the Empress has looked over the list of proposed 
members of a society, and stating that recipient is elected to mem- 
bership. 

1630. Fesch (Joseph). L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, June 8, 1815. To the Chief 

of Police. Written on Napoleon's water-marked paper. 

Two priests were arrested, one for indicating tlie way to Betlnme, the 
otlier for refusing to offer prayers for tlie Emperor. Fesch aslis tlie chief, 
owing to the troublous times, to suppress the matter as mucli as possible. 

1631. Fesch (Joseph). Portrait, full bust in robes. Line engraving. Un- 

signed. 4to. 

1632. Fesch (Joseph). Portrait, full bust in robes. Pourvoyeur sculp. 

d'apres le buste original de Canova. Jiine engraving. Open letters. 
8vo. Paris, n.d. 

1633. Feuillade De La (Franqois — created Marshal of France by Louis 

XIV). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, May 20, 1680. With portrait. 

A military discharge for a soldier named Hifogeau, who had faithfully 
served the king. 

1634. Feuquiere (Isaac De Pas Marquis' De — distinguished French soldier 

and statesman. Viceroy of the French settlements in America, and 
Ambassador to Sweden). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Stockholm, July 8, 1673 
•' Mons. de Gremonville having written to inform me that the Em- 
peror was preparing to recommence his policy of last year with an army 
. . considerably reinforced. I have requested the king of Sweden to send to 

Germany the remainder of the troops . . ." A rare autograph and 
a very interesting historical letter. 

1635. [FiTZCLAREXCE — Son of William IV. and Mrs. Jordan]. A.L.S. 

2 pp. 12 mo, including addressed portion. Windsor Castle, Monday, 
no year. States that he is unable to dine at the Catch Club. 

1636. Fitz-James (Charles — Marshal of France, grandson of James II. of 

England). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, Sept.' 3, 1763. With portrait. 

Written shortly before he left for Toulouse, where he had to make 
negotiations by order of the King. 

1637. Flahault De La Billarderie (A. C. J. De — French general, aide-de- 

camp to Napoleon in 1813). A.L.S. 2 pp. square 8vo. N.P., Oct. 
15, no year. To Count de Forbin, on personal matters. 

1638. Fleury (Andre H. De — Cardinal and eminent French statesman). 

Portrait, full bust in oval. Jones fecit. Stipple. 8vo. 

[London], 1798 

1639. Fleury (Andre H.De). Portrait, full bust in oval. Grave par G. Eoy, 

peint par Antreau. Line engraving. 4to. 

1640. Fontaine (Pierre F. L. — architect). Portrait, three-quarter length 

standing. Grave par Pannier, peint par Court. Line engraving, 4to , 
and another ol the same. 2 pieces. 



1641. FoNTANES (Louis, Comte De — French statesman, delivered a cele- 

brated oration upon Washington), L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including ad- 
dressed portion. April 11, 1749. States that he will pay a bill he 
owes. 

1642. FoxTAXES (Louis, Comte De). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. Oct. 10, 1810. 

A letter of congratulation to M. Ornout upon his election to tbe faculty 
of the University of Lyon. 

1643. FoxTAXES (Louis ComteDe). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. Dec. 22, n.y. A 

personal letter to Count Morbois regarding an appointment. 

1644. FoxTAXES (Louis Comte De). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. [Paris], March 15, 

no year. Advises his friend that he will help him with the diction- 
ary, and asks him to send the last sheets of it the latter part of April, 
&:c. ^Yith portrait. 

1645. FoxTAXES (Louis Comte De). Portraits, (1), full length, Eivelanti 

sc. Demarchi dis. Stipple; (2) full bust. Lithograph. Together, 
2 pieces. 8vo. 

1646. FoBBix (Le Chevalier De — the son of Claude Forbin, celebrated 

French naval officer) [?]. D.S. 1 p. 4to. Louvain, July 8, 1746, 
signed also by Costebelle, Delafargue, Battine and several others. 

1647. FoREY (Elie F. — Marshal of France, captured the city of Mexico, 

1863). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Paris, August 28, 1851. Asking for his 
salary as he wishes to take a trip. With portrait. 

1648. FoucHE (Joseph, Dug D'Oteaxte — Chief of Police of Paris). L.S. 

2 pp. 4to. Paris, le 13 Fructidor, I'An VII [Aug. 31, 1799]. Re- 
quests the Minister of War to grant rations of food to the gendar- 
merie instead of the sum of money generally apportioned. Also, 
signature of Fouche to portion of letter. With portrait. 

1649. Fouche (Joseph. Due D'Otrante). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 1800. 

From the Minister of Police to the Minister of War. With portrait, 
full length, open letters. 

Regarding the freeing of St. Martin, and placing the responsibility upon 
Gen. Liebers. 

1650. Fouche (Joseph, Due D'Otraxte). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Yelyn f. Mile, De Noireterre del. Stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

1651. Fouche (Joseph, Due D'Otraxte). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Stipple. Unsigned. 8yo. 

1652. Fouche (Joseph, Due D'Otraxte). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Stipple. Unsigned. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

1653. Fouche axd Lombard. Duplicate D.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, le 8 Floreal, 

I'An 8 [April 27, 1800]. To the Prefect of the Dept. of the North, 
informing him that one, M. J. [Lussigny] is now entitled to political 
rights, &c. Signed by Fouche, Minister of Police (pro])ably with his 
stamp), and Lombard, Secretary-General. 



1654. i^'ouciiE, Massena, Klein, and others. Portraits^ mainly in uniform, 

8vo, and 12mo, no du})licates, 20 pieces. 

1655. KouQUET (Charles L, A., Due De Belle-Isle — Marshal of France). 

L.S. 2 pp. 8vo. Marbres, July 27, 1757. Asks the .Marquis de 
Marignv to i)erniit M. C'onte.>tal)ilc to order 70 feet of marble. 

1656. FouQUET (Charles L. A., Due De Belle-Isle). L.S. 2 pp. 4to, 

A'ersailles, April 5, 1759. 

Written to M. Le Berthen, telling him tliat lie will have his request 
granted. 

1657. FouQUET (Charles L. A., Due De Belle-Isle). D.S. 1 p. 4to, April 

30, 1821. 

1658. FouQUET (Charles L. A., Due De Belle-Isle), Portrait, full bust in 

oval in uniform. Line enffravinsj. Vin. Vangelisty fecit, 1775. 
Small 4to. 

1659. Fouquier-Tainville (x\ntoixe Q.) Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzo- 

tint by Levachez, trial scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 
8vo, on small folio sheet. 

1660. Fourier (Jean B. J. — author of the Introduction to the work on 

Egypt, published by Xapoleon). D.S. 2 pp. folio, Oct. 13, 1805, 

1661. Fourxier De La Contamixe (Marie N. — chaplain to Napoleon, and 

Bishop of Montpellier). A.L.S., 1 p. 4to. [Paris], Sept. 12, 1825, 
regretting his inability to dine with a certain French general. 

1662. Fox (Charles James — celebrated English Seetv. of State for Foreign 

Affairs). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. St. James, Oct. 11, 1783. To the House 
of Lords. 

" As The Lord Chamberlain of His Majesty's Household informs me 
that there remains no money in his office . . . cause the sum of 
two thousand pounds to be lodged with him," etc. 

1663. Fox (Charles James). Portrait, half legth in oval. Engraved by 

Wm. Lane after Sir Joshua Eeynolds. Stipple, 4to, London, 1793 

1664. Fox (Charles James). Portrait, bust after Xollekens. Engraved by 

H. Meyer after [Twins. Stipple. Proof in open letters. 4to. 

London, 1806 

1665. Fox (Charles James). Portrait, full bust. Engraved by H. Meyer, 

drawn by J. Jackson, after Sir. J. Eevnolds. Stipple. 4to. 

London, 1812 

1666. Fox (Charles James). Portrait, half length standing, right hand on 

document. Engraved by John Jones after Sir Joshua Ee3'nolds, 
Mezzotint. Folio, with margins. Brilliant impression. London, 1819 

1667. Fox (Charles James). Portrait, full bust from a statue, by Nolle- 

kens. Engraved by T. Gaugain. Stipple. Folio (creased across the 
middle and stained ) . [London] 



16G8. Fox (Charles James). Portraits, (1), full length, G. A. S'asso inc. 
G. B. Bosio dis. (2), full bust. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. To- 
gether, 2 pieces. 

1669. FoY (Maxijiiliak S. — French general, commander of cavalry under 

Moreau, Member of the Chamber of Deputies). A.L.S. 4 pp. small 
4to. Paris, Aug. 3, 1808. Informs Marshal Delorme that he is on 
neither side in the case in question, and desires to hear no more of 
the matter. With portrait. 

1670. FoY (Maximilian S.). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Oct. 23, 1816. To 

Count Corvetto, j\Iinister of Finance. 

A request on behalf of his brother, whose peusiou had been withdrawn, 
and who for no apparent reason liad been dismissed from the position 
of Inspector of Post-Offices. 

1671. FoY (Maximilian S.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple, un- 

signed. 4to. 

1672. FoY (Maximilian S.). Portrait, half length in uniform. Stipple, 

Unsigned. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

1673. FoY (Maximilian S.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. Un- 

signed. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

1674. Francis I., Emperor Of Austria, L.S. (in Italian), 2 pp. 4to. 

Vienna, Sept. 30, 1814. To Count Magawly relative to the Bourbon 
famil}-, etc. 

1675. Francis I., King Of France. L.S. 1 p. folio. With portrait. 

1676. Francis L, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval. Le Coeur 

sculpt. Des Eais del. Mezzotint. 8vo. 

1677. Francis L, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval. Grave par 

X. Ransonnette. Line engraving (mounted). 4to. 

1678. Francis I. (Emperor Of Germany, founder of the house of Hapsburg- 

Lorraine). L.S. 1 p. 4to. July 31, 1758. Advises his consin tc 
have the army ready for action in case Saxony is attacked. With 
portrait. 

1679. Francis I., King Of The Two Sicilies. L.S. "Francesco," 1 p. 

4to. Naples, Xov. 23, 1824. To Guiseppe Coppette. 

1680. Francis I., King Of The Two Sicilies. Portrait, full length in uni- 

form, seated. Leroux sculp. IST. Dun pinxt. Line engraving. 4to. 
Embossed stamp, a crowned ^' N " in lower right hand corne'i-. 

1681. Francis L, Emperor Of Austria. Portrait, half length in uniform. 

Stipple. Joh. Ziterer pinxt. 4to. In colors, probably colored bv 
hand. 

1682: Francis II., Emperor Op Germany. " The Emjjeror of Germany, 
reviewing his troops attended by his general officers " | whicli in- 
cludes Gideon E. von Loudon, Andreas Haddik, and others]. Line 
engraving. 4to. (margins cut away, and creased across middle). 
4to. London, 1780 



1(588. Francis IT., Emperor Of Germany. Portrait, full bust engraved by 
F. C. Lewis after Sir Thomas Lawrence. 4to. India paper. 

London, 1836 

1684. Francis II,, Emperor Of Germany. Portrait, full bust in oval. En- 

graved by Pagni. Line engraving. 4to. Firenze, n.d. 

1685. Francis IL, Emperor Of Germany, Portrait, full lengtli in uniform. 

Folio. In colors. London, 1815 

1686. Francis II., Emperor Of Germany. Portrait. Another copy of the 

preceding, printed on paper of a slightly different tone, also in colors, 
differing slightly from the preceding. 

1687. Francis II., Emperor Of Germany. Portrait, on horseback, with 

Maria Theresa and many others, 4to, also half length portrait. To- 
gether 3 pieces. 

1688. Francois L)e Xeufchateau (Nicolas L. — French statesman and poet, 

favored the Eevolution, member of the Directory). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 
Seltz, June 18, 1798, To M, Bottin. 

Written shortly before he became Minister of the Interior (which was 
in July of 179S)' saying that the reports about <iibraltar and the break- 
ing off of certain negotiations are false, etc. 

1689. Francois De Neufchateau (Nicolas L.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

May 22, 1807. As president of the Societe d' Agriculture, &c. re- 
quests the Prefect of the Dept. of the Rhone to forward a package to 
M. Chancey. With leaf of address of another letter, wax seal (split). 
(2 pieces). 

• 

1690. Francois De Neufchateau (Nicolas L.). Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. Velyn [sc], Mme, De Nore Ferre del., 1814. Stipple, 
8vo. 

1691. Francois De Neufchateau (Nicolas L.). Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. De Noire del. Stipple. 8vo. 

1692. Frankfort. Colored view. Folio. London, 1815 

1693. [Franklin (Benjamin).] A South East View of Christ's Church. 

[Philadelphia, Franklin's burial place.] 8vo. [From the Colum- 
bian ^lag., 1787.] 

16f)4. Frederick Augustus I., [King Of Saxony — ally of Napoleon]. Por- 
trait, full bust in uniform. Eenard sc, Guibert pinxt. Stipple. 
4to. Paris, n.d. 

1695. Frederick William II. — (King Of Prussia — surnamed the Great). 
L.S. 1 p. 4to. Potsdam, July 16, 1774. To Baron de Storst, Min- 
ister of State, regretting his illness and stating that he will grant 
his request upon the writer's return from Silesia. With portrait 
engraved by II. Marais after A. Graf, 



1(596. FuKDKKicK W JLLJAM 11., KiNG Of PRUSSIA. L..S. 1 p. -ito. Pryuioiit, 
July 19, 1797. To Comtesse de Lameth, regretting the position her- 
self and family are in, and setting aside a sum of money for her use. 
(One corner rejjaired.) -With portrait. 

1697. Frederick William III., King Of Prussia. D.S. 1 p. folio. Pots- 

dam, Oct. 17, 1810. 

1698. Frederick William III., King Of Prussia. L.S. 1 p. 4:to. Berlin, 

April 1, 1833. also a 1 p. 4to ms. account of the king written in a 
contemporary hand. 2 pieces. 

1699. Frederick William III., King Of Prussia. Portrait, full length in 

uniform. Drawn by W. Heath. In colors. Folio. London, 1814 

1700. Frederick William III., King Of Prussia. Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. H. Meyer, sculpt. F. Bolt del. Berlin. Line and stip- 
ple. 4to. Open letters. 4to. London. 1814 

1701. Frederick WiLLiA:Nr 111., King Of Prussia. Portrait, full bust in 

oval. Stipple. 4to. [London], 1815 

1703. Frederick William III., King Of Prussia. Portrait, full bust in 
uniform. B. Houston fecit. A. Pesne pinxt. Mezzotint. 8vo. 

London, Bowles 

1703. Frederick William III., King Of Prussia. Portrait, " Frederico 

Guglielmo III, Ee di Prussia," full bust in uniform. Stipple. Un- 
signed. 4to. ]\Iilan, n.d. 

1704. Frederick Willia:m 111., Kix<4 Of Prusssia. Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. In colors. 8vo. 

1705. Frederick William III., King Of Prussia. Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. In colors. 8vo. 

1706. Frederick William III., King Of Prussia. " Ingresso delle Potenze 

Alleate in Parigi," containing portraits of Frederick William III., 
also Alexander I., Emperor of Eussia, numerous soldiers, etc, L. 
Cunego, inc. A.D.D. inv. Line engraving. 4to. 

1707. Frederick William III., King Of Prussia. Portrait [as a boy], full 

length in uniform. In colors. 8vo. 

1708. Frederick William III., King Of Prussia. Portrait, in uniform, 

on horseback. Canton del. et sculp. 4to. In colors. 

London. 1815 

1709. Frederick AVilliam III., King Of Prussia. Portrait, full length in 

uniform, standing beside cannon, tents in background. P. Hass, 
sculpt. A Pollau del. Stipple, cut close and mounted and slight 
repairs. Small folio. 

1710. Frederick William III., King Of Prussia. Portrait, full length in 

uniform, standing beside cannon. P. Haas sculp. Berlin. A. Pollau 
del. Stipple. Small folio. 



1711. Fkedeuick William III.. King Of Puussia. Portrait, to^^'tlier with 

that of Louisa Auguste Wilhehnine, his queen. Martigiiac sculp. 
F. Mendez del. Stipple. 8vo. 

1712. Frederick William IV., King Of Prussia. L.S. 1 p. 4to. Berlin, 

April 6, 1840. 

1713. FREDEiiicK Charles, Prixce Of Prussia, nephew of Wilhehii I. Por- 

trait, full bust ill uniform. Line engraving. Un^^igned. In col- 
ors. Svo. 

1714. Frederick, Joseph, Ludewig, C. A., Hereditary Prince of Hesse Honi- 

burg. Portrait, full bust in uniform, H. Meyer sculp., W. H. 
Watts pinxt. Stipple. Proof on India paper, 4to. London, 1818 

1715. Freemasonry. D.S, by Tesson. Marochetti, Yaii-Eshecy, P, A, Le 

Eoux, Simon, Detouy and several others. 1 p. large folio, on vellum, 
with numerous symbols on margins. Paris, July 29, 1813, cei-tifying 
that Joseph F. Bourdeil is now a member of the P : ATT, 3rd grade. 

1716. French A^lbassadors, ike. [Payneval (A. G., Comte de — Ambassador 

to Pome).] Letter, unsigned, but said to be in his autograph, 4 pp. 
folio n.p.u.d. ; Osmond (E. E. D" — Ambassador to England). Signa- 
ture, and 3 lines in his autograph on a report, 1 p. folio. Grenoble, 
Xov. 4, 1793 (folded) ; Turgot (L. F. E. de— Ambassador to Spain). 
A,]Sr,S,, 1 p. 24mo. n.p.n.d. ; Lefebre (A.E. — diplomatist). A.L.S. 
4 pp. 4to. Paris, May 2, 1833. Together, 4 pieces. 

1717. Frhn'ch AiniY. General de Division. Coindaut. de la Legion d'Hon- 

neur. Grave par Levachez, dessine par H. Yeniet. Folio, 

1718. French Caricature. " Mai lui veut mal lui tourue dit le Bon Homme 

Piehard." Line. Unsigned. Oblong 4to. With mat. 

Upon the decline of Great Britain's commerce, which latter is repre- 
sented by a cow. with an American sawing off her horns, a Dutchman 
milking lier. with Spain and France nearby and requesting some of the 
milk, the British linn asleep on the left with an Englisliman alongside 
bewailing the fact that his country is fast losing her commercial 
supremacy and wondering why she does not awake, &c. 

1719. French Caricatures. Three, one entitled '" The French Flight," other 

two proofs l)efore all letters. Line and stipple. Small folio and 4to. 
(3 pieces). 

1720. French Colonies. '• Le debarquement des Francois, pour Festablise- 

iiient de la nouvelle coionie, dans le port de la nouvelle Cayenne ou la 
France Equinoxialle." Dutch line engraving, in colors. 4to. 1763 

1721. French Colonies in America, A Certificate issued by the settlers 

of St, Domingo to the effect that the properties, incomes, etc, of 
the colony had never been taxed 20 per cent. Signed by Belloc de 
Marais. Laljattu. Barre de Saint A'enant. Charrier. etc, 1 jjage 
small 4to. ' Paris. :Mav 18. 1790 



Vi22. French Coloxies ix America. The Ifepresentatives oL' the People of 
St. Domingo ask the delivery of 21 pounds of cotfee, etc., from the 
stores of the Kepiihlic in Brest. Signed by A'ardon, Giraiid, Chenl- 
lard, etc. With the seal of the representatives of the People. 1 page 
folio. Year III [1T95] 

1723. Fi!EXCH CoLOXTES TX AMERICA. Soutlionax (Leger-Felieite), French 

political agent, and one of the three commissaries sent by the Direc- 
toire to St. Domingo. L.S. to the Secretary of the ^nxy and Colo- 
nies, recommending Yidalot, a merchant of St. Domingo. 2 pp. 4to. 

Paris, Year YI [1708] 

1724. Frexcii Exgravixgs. "Das Billiard." Mezzotint; Galerie d'Orleans, 

Mezzotint, and others. 4to. Together, o pieces. 

17-^5 Frexch Fleet. Die Seeschlacht, nach dem beriihaiten West'schen 
Gemalde der Schlacht von La Hogue. Line engraving, after Woollett 
engr., by G. Doljlor. Large folio, cut close. 

1726. French Jourxalists, &c. Bertin (L.M. A.— founder of tlie -Journal 

des Debats"). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p.n.d.; Levesque de la Ravaliere 
(P. A.— French litterateur). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to, including addressed 
portion. Paris, Mav 7, 1761; Lally-Tolendal (T. G., Marquis de- 
orator and writer).^ Signature at end of letter. 1 p. oblong 24mo. 
Paris, Feb. 15, 1816; Laya (Jean L.— dramatist). A.L.S. 1 p. 
12mo. Paris, June 1, 1798. 4 pieces. 

1727. French Litterateurs. Eadouvilliers (C. F. L., Abbe). A.L.S. 2 p. 

small 4to. A^ersailles, Mav 6, 1768; Savignac (A. E. C. D. de). 
A.L.S. 1 p. oblong 12mo. July 8, 1842; Moleon (J. C. Y. de.) 
A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo, including addressed portion, n.p.n.d. ; Dallier- 
Pleurizelle (Charles). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Sept. 7, 1787. 4 
pieces. 

1728. French Lottery Ticket in favor of the Poor. Signed Melin, 1741. 

1729. French Political Writers, &c. Bernard (L.R.D. — magistrate and 

writer). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Paris, Jan. 7, 1842; Esmenard (Joseph 
A. — political writer). A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. n.p., circa 1800; Paulin 
(Victor— legal writer). A.L.S., 2 pp. 8vo, including addressed por- 
tion. Paris, Aug. 25. 1842; Biedermann (F, K. — German publicist 
and professor of Law at Leipsic). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Mar. 15, 
1842; Scrofani (Xavier — Italian historian and economist). A.L.S. 
2 pp. 24mo, including addressed portion. n.i).n.d. 5 pieces. 

1730. French Postal Service. D.S. by De ^^ilebrun. 1 p. folio. Oct. 20, 

1790. 

One of tile orders issued to the iiostuiiisters Uetween Paris and (^alais 
regardin,i; liorses. 



1731. French Puoi 'Kssioxal Men. i'erroriet (Jean JJ., bridgc-eni^iueer). 

A.L.S. 3 pp. square 8vo. Paris, April 20, 1770; Decaisne (Joseph — 
botanist and horticulturist). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, Paris, April 2, 1830; 
Gail (Jean B. — French Hellenist, keeper of Greek and Latin manu- 
scripts in Royal Library). A.L.S. 1 p. square 8vo. [Paris] n.d.; 
Delaroche (Hippolyte, called Paul, painter). A.L.S'. 4 pp. 4to, in- 
cluding addressed portion. [Paris], jVIay, 1807. 4 pieces. 

1732. French Revolution. D.S. by eleven Officers of the Revolutionary 

Army, including Chevalier, Branche, Charpentier, and Badin Shen- 
ton. ■ 1 p. 4to. Camp of Hornbache, June 10, 1793. With seal. 

1733. French Revolution. A.L.S. of Sophie (iravicr, ii.p. 1 p. 12nio. 

Nov. 2, 1794, regarding tlie release of prisoners. Also, a 4 pp. folio 
manuscript, unsigned, relative to the daugliters of M. Gravier (in- 
cluding Sophie as above), who were imprisoned on false charges by 
the agents of Robespierre. 

1734. French Revolution. ^'La Machine Infernale." Grave par Poll; 

"Scene in the Garden of the Thuilleries, 12th of July 1789." To- 
gether, 2 pieces. 4to. 

1735. French Revolution. "Le Contraste, 1793." Liberie Frangaise. 

Liberte x\ngloise. 2 medallions; (1) showing France as a Fury, 
snakes as hair, holding in one hand a trident on which is the decapi- 
tated head of Liberty, &c. ; (2) showing Britannia peacefully seated, 
with sleeping lion at feet, scales in one hand. Magna (Uiarta in the 
other, &c. Line. Unsigned, 4to. 

1736. French Revolution. A full length male figure, holding a flag on 

which is " La Liberte ou la Mort," plate entitled '' Le Porte drapeau 
de la fete civique.'' Grave par Copia, peint par Bovli. Stipple. 4to. 

' Paris, [rrt. 1793] 

1737. French Revolution. Full length figure " La Liberte." Pointeau 

sculp., Vellemain del. Stipple. Folio, cut close. Paris, [ca. 1795] 

1738. French Revolution. Full length figure " Egalite," holding in her 

hand " Declaration des droits de I'homme et du citoyen." Villeneuve 
graveur. IMezzotint. Folio, cut close. Paris, [ca. 1795] 

1739. French Revolution. Tableau General de la Revolution Frangaise. 

Outline engraving. Xormand sculpt. Lafitte del. Folio. 180? 

1740. French Revolution. A'iew of the "' Montagne du Lion." Curious 

lithograph in colors of the emblem of the " Party of the Mountain '' 
of the French Revolution. Y. Lignian del. Lith. des F. Williaume. 
Oblong 12mo. 

1741. French Revolution. A series of Dutch engravings (73) illustrating 

incidents in the Revolution. 8vo. Interesting collection. 



1742. French Statesmkk, &c. Castelbajac (Marie B., Vicointe de— promi- 

nent in politics after the fall of Bonaparte). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Lune- 
ville, Oct. 0, 1819: Montlivault (Casimir M. G., Comtc de— States- 
man). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including addressed portion. Caen, Nov. 
G, 1815. To Comte de Lesearene; Clermont-Tonnerre (A. M. G., 
j)^e de— Minister of War). Signature on slip; Cadet-Gassicourt 
(^ L. F.— pharmacist, lawyer, author, &c.). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo, and 
prescription in his autograph. 1 p. 8vo. Paris, [Nov.] 22, 1843. 
5 pieces. 

1743. French Yieavs. Yue de la Tour St. Genevieve et du Pantheon. Col- 

ored lithograph, after Arnout. Folio. 

1744. Frexch Yiews. Chambre des Deputes. Colored lithographs, after 

Arnout. Folio. 

1745. French Yiews. Yue du I'alais des Tuileries. Colored lithograph, 

after Arnout. Folio. 

1746. French Yiews. Arc de Triomphe de I'Etoile. Colored lithograph, 

after Arnout. Folio (slightly soiled). 

1747. French Yieavs. Dome des Invalides. Colored lithograph, after Ar- 

nout. Folio. 

1748. French Yieavs. Yue du Jardin du Palais Eoyal. Colored lithograph, 

after Arnout. Folio. 

1749. French Yieavs. Yue de la Colonnade du Louvre. Colored lithograph, 

after Arnout. Folio. 

1750. French Yieavs. Boulevard des Italiens. Colored lithograph, after 

Arnout. Folio. 

1751. French Yieavs. Yue du Chateau de Yersailles. Colored lithograph, 

after Arnout. Folio. 

1752. French Views. Yue Generate de la Place de la Concorde. Colored 

lithograph, after Arnout. Folio. 

1753. French Yieavs. Yue du Pont Xeuf. Colored lithograph, after Arnout. 

Folio. 

1754. Fressinet (Philibeiit— French general). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to, includ- 

ing addressed portion. Naples, :March 3. 1806. To his friend 
Amedee on personal matters. 

1755. Fressinet (Philibert). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Peint 

d'apres nature a Pome par D. C. Stipple. 8vo, with margins. 

1756. Freteau De Saint-Just (Emmanuel M. M. P.— French lawyer). 

Portrait, full bust in oval. F. Bonneville del. Stipple. 8vo. 

Paris, n. d. 



1757. Feeytag (Field Mai;siial). A.D.S. 1 p. 8vo. (Jreiioble, Sept., 

1796. Signed also l)y the eoinniissionei- of war, Nicolas. A\'ith por- 
trait, full bust in oval, eng. b}' Orjue. Stipple. 
Receipt for a quantity of stores. 

1758. Fkiaut (Louis, General). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Jan. 13, 1815. To 

M. Mauret, inspector of forests. With portrait, full bust in uni- 
form. Litho. 

Having been authorized to open liis father's mail, he writes that his 
father has departed for Metz. 

1759. FniEDiJiCH Heixrich Ludwkj — I'russian ]jrince, brother, of Frederick 

the Great. Portrait, full length in uniform. Pados inc. L. Firer 
dip. G. B. Bosio dis. Stipple. 4to. 

1760. Gace (Charles Auguste De Matignox, Comte De, 1646-1739 — Mar- 

shal of France; distinguished himself at the siege of Mons and 
Xamur). A.D.S. 1 p. folio. Sedan, March 28, 1693. 

1761. Gail (Jeax Baptiste — French Hellenist and a member of the Insti- 

tute, 1755-1829). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. June 28, 1828 

Asliinj; for a copy of tlie work of his son (Jean Francois), also a well 
known Hellenist. 

1762. Gaixsborougii (Thomas). Original drawing in sepia and pencil of 

an English pastoral scene, said to be the work of Thomas Gainsbor- 
ough. 4to. Unsigned. 

1763. Galex (C. — celebrated Greek medical writer). Portrait, Mezzotint. 

4to cut close. [London, Bowles] 

1764. Gall (Fjjaxz Joseph — celebrated German physician and the founder 

of the system of phrenology). Autograph signed. Paris, May 12, 
1826. With portrait. 2 pieces. 

1765. Galletti (Pietro Luigi- — Italian monk and well-known antiquary, 

1724-90). A.L.S. To Antonio Francesco Gori, also well-known. 
Italian antiquary. 2 pp. 4to. Rome. October 5, 174S 

Speaking about several ancient objects acquired by him and asking 
Gori for two copies of one of his pamplilets. 

1766. Gambiek (James— English admiral, served in the American war at the 

caj^ture of Charleston, etc.). Portrait, half length, in uniform. En- 
graved by G. Bartolozzi, drawn by W. Evans after Sir Wm. Beechey. 
Stipple. 4to. London, 1810 

1767. Gambier (James). Portrait; Johann W. Goethe. Portrait; William 

Hazlitt, portrait (etching) ; Danzil Hollis — English politician. Por- 
trait by j\[asson (all margins cut away) ; Georg Burcard Loeffel- 
holz, portrait; Homer, portrait from a sculpture; Ibrahim Bey — 
Mameluke chief, Portrait; and another, probaldy Isabella of Castile 
(margins cut away). Folio and 8vo. Together, 8 pieces. 



1768. Gaxteaumk (Hoxork J. — French Xaval oti'iccr, served in the American 

war, escorted Bonaparte from Egj^pt to France in 1799). L.S. 1 p. 
folio on board tlie vessel " ]\Iajestueiix " on way to Toulon, Feb. 14, 
1810. With portrait. 

Regarding the death of Capt. Descorcher, which he had heard of be- 
fore, and saying that he was an oflicer esteemed hy all, etc. 

1769. Ganteaume (Hoxore J.). L.S. 2 pp. folio. Toulon, March 7, 1814. 

To Count Daru, of the war department, regarding the transfer of 
wagons and supplies. 

1770. Garat (Dominique Joseph — French revolutionist, succeeded Danton 

as Minister of Justice, notified Louis XVI. that the Convention had 
sentenced him to death). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, October 10, 
1802. To Lefebvre & Seraceres of the senate, a request for a position 
for M. Brillet. With portrait. 

1771. Gardaxe (Gaspard Axdre — general. Ambassador to Persia, 1807). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. folio. Teheran, Oct. 12, 1808. To Cardinal Fesch. 

A most interesting letter, written during the writer's embassy to 
Persia, in which lie desires the recall of a missionary, Leopold Sebas- 
tiani, who is devoted entirely to the English cause. 

1772. Gardiner, Me. West-South-West view of Christ's Church, Gardiner, 

Me. A. J. Davis del. on stone from F. Farber. 4to. Boston, n.d. 

1773. Gardner (Sir Alan — British admiral, joined Lord Howe in 1778 on 

the coast of X. America). Portrait, full bust in uniform. B. Head- 
ing, sculp., T. Clarke, pinxt. Line engraving. 4to. Loudon, 1799 

1774. Garnier (Jean— member of the Comicil of 500, exiled in 1815 and 

came to America, was drowned in the "Ohio," 1820). L.S. 3 pp. 
folio. n.p.u.d. {circa, 1798) 

1775. Garxier-Pages (Etiexxe J. L. — French political orator and repub- 

lican). 1801-41. A.L.S. to M. Eousset. 1 p. 4to. Paris, July 23, 
1834. With portrait. 2 pieces. 

In reference to the great success which may be attained witli the 
"Journal du Peuple." 

1776. Garrax' De Coulox' (Jeax P. — member of the convention voted for 

the death of Louis XVI.). D.E. 2 pp. folio. Paris, Jan. 14, 1795. 
Signed also b}^ ilerlin de Douai, eminent French statesman and jurist. 

1777. Garrax De Coulox (Jeax P.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Saraoz 

sculp. Bonneville del. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

1778. Gaskin (Rev. George). Portrait engraved by S. W. Reynolds after 

W. Owen. Mezzotint. 4to (creased in places). London, 1820 

1779. Gasparix (Adriex E. Pierre De— French Minister). D.S. 1 p. 

folio. May 20, 1839. 

1780. Gassendi (Jeax J. B. — French general). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, 

Oct. 31, 1812. To M. Cambry. 

Kegards the replacing of .M. Tvevor as adjutant major at I.a Rochelle. 



1781. Gaudin (Maktix AI., Due I)e Gaeta' — Minister of Finance to Napo- 
leon, gov. of tlie Bank of France). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, July ]2, 
1810. To Baron Alonnies, secty. of the Emperor's cabinet. 

Requesting the return of MSS. relative 1t> tlie disposal of finances decreed 
by tlie Emperor, which were among some pajiers at the meeting of tlie 
council Jan. 22, 1810. 

1783. Gaudix (Mautin M., Due De Gaeta). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, April 
24:, 1815. To (Joseph Fouche), Duke of Otranto, as Chief of Police. 
EegarcTing the transfer of officers, and information relative to the 
heads of various administrations. 

1783. Gaudik (AIartin M., Due De Gaeta). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Unsigned. 8vo with margins. Paris, m. 1805 

1784. Gazax De La Peyrieee (Honore T. jNI. — French general, distinguished 

himself at Jena, etc.). Portrait, in imiform, on horseback, ships in 
the background. Dessine par Naudet. Line engraving. In colors. 
Small folio. Paris (ca. 1801) 

1785. Gexlis (Stephanie FELieiTE, Comtesse De — celel)rated French au- 

thor). A.L. Unsigned and undated. 1 p. 4to. To M. Maradan, 
bookseller. With portrait. 

The writer says that a package, probably proofs of some of her work, 
has been lost on the way. and in a bantering yet anxious tone deplores 
the loss. She wishes to 'see the person to whom she is writing, etc. 

1786. Gexlis (Stephanie FELieiTE, Comtesse De). A.L.S. '" D. Ctesse de 

Genlis." 1 p. 12mo. Undated. To M. Roux, a bookseller. 

Saying that M. Chanut is quite willing to write a few articles on her 
last work (i. e., book), but in order to do so he must see a copj% etc. 

1787. Gensoxne (Akmaxd). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by Le- 

vachez, execution scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 
8vo, on small folio sheet. 

1788. Geoffroy-S'aixt-Hilaire (£tiexne — distinguished French naturalist, 

accompanied Bonaparte to Egypt). L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, June 
27, 1828. Regarding the birth certificate of Coimt de Bouille, which 
was deposited in the recording office of the navy at Versailles. With 
portrait. 

1789. Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire (fiTiEXNE). Portrait, half length. Litho- 

graph after Belliard. Open letters. Folio. 

1790. George, PRixeE Of Dexmark. Portrait, full l)ust. Copper engravinu" 

by Houbraken. Small folio. 1745 

1791. George L, King Of England. Portrait, full bust in royal robes. Cop- 

per engraving by Houbraken. Small folio. 1746 

1792. George I., King Of England. Portrait, full bust in roljes. I. Smith 

fee. G. Kneller pinx. Mezzotint. Folio (cut close). London 

1793. George II., King Of England. Portion of D.S., oblong. 12mo. 

n.p.n.d. 



1794. Geokge II., King Of England. Portrait, full buist in oval. [Houston 
fecit. F. Worlidge pinxt.] Mezzotint. Folio. First state, before 
all letters (small margins). 

l?9o. Geoege III., King Of P]ngland. Vellum L). S. 1 ]). oblong 4to 
(folded). London, Dec. 22,. 1778. Signed also by George Ger- 
main. 

17l)(). Geoege III., King Of England, D.S. 1 p. folio. London, June 1, 
1781. Signed also by Charles Jenkinson, first Earl of Liverpool. 

1797. Geoege III., King Of England. D.S. 1 p. folio. London, Sept. 10, 

1784. Signed also by Yonge. 

1798. Geoege III., King Of England. D.S. 2 pj). folio (inlaid). London. 

March 23, 1785. Portrait. 

1799. Geoege III., King Of England. Vellum D.S. With seals, 1 p. 

oblong 4to. London, April 25, 1808. Also signed by Lord Castle- 
reagh and two others. Folded. (Stained.) 
(Signed by the King wlien blind, and rare in this form. 

1800. Geoege III., King Of England. D.S. 1 p. folio. London, July 1, 

1794. Signed also by Bentinck, third duke of Portland. 

1801. Geoege III., King Of England, Portrait, full bust in uniform. En- 

graved bv G. S. &: I. G. Facius after W. Berezy. Line engraving. 
Folio. ^ London, 1791 

1802. Geoege III., King Of England. Portrait, half length in uniform. 

M, A. Boulier sc. Hopkins del. Stipple, 4to, London, 1808, 

1803. Geoege III., King Of England. Portrait, half length in uniform. W. 

"Woollett sculp. A. Eamsay pinxt. Line engraving. Small folio. 

[London] 

1804. Geoege III., King Of England. A Tribute of respect to his late 

Majesty George the Third. Medallion portraits of Princess Char- 
lotte, Queen Caroline and George III. Stipple. Engraved by Mur- 
ray and Morrison after Stothard. Folio (margins spotted). 

London, 1822 

1805. Geoege III., King Of England. 2 portraits (1) in the 1st year of his 

reign, (2) in the 60th year of his reign. 8vo, Unsigned. 

1806. Geoege IV., King Of England. D.S. 2 pp. folio. (With wax seal.) 

[London], June 4, 1814. Also signed by Addington, Lord Sidmouth. 
Granting apportionment of counsel. With 3 portraits. Together, 4 
pieces. 

1807. Geoege IV., King Of England. Portrait, in uniform, on horseback. 

Folio. In colors. London, 1815 

1808. Geoege IV., King Of England. Portrait (as Prince of Wales), half 

length in uniform. Engraved by A. Garden, drawn by Harlowe. 
Stipple. Open letter proof on India paper. 4to. London, 1818 



1809. George IV., King Of England. Portrait, lialt lon,i;tli. Eiijiraved by 

Chas. Turner after Sir Thomas Lawreiu-e. ]\Iezzotiiil. Proof l)e- 
fore letters, cut close. [London, 1833] 

1810. George TV., King Of Exgland. Portrait *'• Georji- Au«>ust Friedricli. 

Prinz Pegent von England," full bust in military uniform. In 
colors. 8vo. 

1811. George IV., King Of England. Portrait, as Prince of Wales, full 

length, standing. Dighton del. Mezzotint (margins cut away, 
mounted and date erased). Folio. 

1812. Gerard (Jean Ignace I. — eminent French artist and caricaturist, as- 

sumed the name of " Grandville "). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, undated. With 
visiting card. To Viscountess * * *. 

Annouucinji his arrival fnun Fontainebleau. and rejirets not liaving 
heard of her visit to Paris. 

1813. Gerard (Maurice E., Comte — ^Earshal of France, prominent ligure at 

Austerlitz and at Waterloo). D.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, June 15, 1837. 
With portrait, full length hi uniform, peint par Lariviere. 

A nomination relative to Mile. Ma.^nan. daughter of a commander of 
the Legion of Honor, to enter free as a student at the Royal House at 
St. Denis. 

1814. Gerard (Maurice E., Comte). Signature and 5 lines in his auto- 

graph. On slip of paper, n.p.n.d. With 2 portraits, one a litlio- 
graph on India paper. Together, 3 pieces. 

1815. Gerl-^ (M.— member of the Council of 500). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. 

Feb., 1798. Also signed by Ramel. (voted death). Relative to a 
law suit. 

1816. German Steamboat. Das Dampfschilf Konigiu Maria. Lithograj)h 

in colors. 4to. Dresden, circa 183fi 

1817. Gerome (Jean Leon — celebrated French painter). A.L.S. 2 pp. 

12mo. n.d. 

Asking M. Herve to postpone his visit to another day, as he lias heen 
named a member of a commission to visit the municipal schools. 

1818. Gessner (Salomon — Swiss poet and artist). Portrait, full bust in 

oval. J. Elias Haid sculpsit et excudit Aug. Vind, 1774. Mezzo- 
tint. 8vo. 

1819. Gibraltar. La Forteresse Gibraltar enferme des Espagnioles. Grave 

par B. F. Leizel. Dutch line engraving. In colors. 4to. 

1820. Gilbert De Voisins (Comte P. P. A. — First president of the Imperial 

Court under Xapoleon). A.L.S. 4 pp. small 4to. Paris, Decem- 
ber 11, 1815. 

Asking to keep in his place a general Controller of Paris, in danger of 
losing his position on account of his opinions. 



l8Jil. GiLLKAY Cakicature. "The New Speaker (i. e., the Law Chick) be- 
tween the Hawks and Buzzards. Poor little Michee, just mounting 
[the Speakers Chair], and then funked and frightened out of all his 
hopes." Line. J. Gillray, inv. & fct. Folio. London, 1800 

1822. GiRAKDix (Emile De — French journalist, founder of the "Journal des 

Connaissances utiles " and of " La Presse,*' and editor of " La Lib- 
erie.'') • A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. Paris, February 14, 1838. With por- 
trait. 2 pieces. 

De Girardln killed Anuaiid Carrel in a duel in 1S3G, and to the former's 
influence is ascrilie<l tlie abdication of Louis Philippe. 

1823. Giro (Axg'elo— of the Order of St. Philip). Two A.L.S. 3 pp. 12nio, 

and 1 p. 4to. Turin, Sept. 21, 1837, and Dec. 11, 1838. To the 
Marquise Juliette de Barol, returning thanks for book loaned him, &c. 
From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 331), enclosed in his library 
wrapper and with his autograph annotations. 

1824. GiROD De L'Aix (Amedee — French advocate and legislator, Presi- 

ident of the Chamber of Deputies in 1831). Autograph signature 
attached to the address pronounced before King Louis Philippe at 
the Chaml)er of Deputies after the riots and conspiracies 'of the Car- 
lists and Iie[)ul)licans, and the several attempts made to assassinate 
the King. Signed also bv Cunin-Gridaine and others. 8 pp. folio. 
Paris. August IG, 1831. 

1825. Gikot-Peuzel (voted confinement and banishment of Louis XVI.) and 

Delecloy (voted death). L.S. by both. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, Sept. 26, 
1T95, regarding certain misdemeanours, and stating that if the pun- 
ishments cannot l)e found in the Penal Code, the judge must decide 
themselves. 

1826. Girot-Peuzel and Poxs. D.S. l)y both, the first of which voted con- 

finement and banishment, and the second death of Louis XYI. 1 p. 
folio. Paris, Sept. 8, 1795. 

1827. Gloucester (William Frederick^ Duke Op — Xephew of George III. 

of England ) . Portrait, full length in robes, standing, together with 
portrait of Benjamin Bathurst. I. Smith fee, ; et ex; T. Murray pinx. 
Mezzotint. Folio, cut close. 

1828. Gneiseau (Graf Xeidhardt Vox — Prussian Field-Marshal, said to 

have saved the day at Waterloo). Two portraits, (1) half length in 
uniform. [Engraved by A. W. Devis.] London, 1815; (2) bust in 
embroidered uniform. C. Schule, sc. Stipple. Zwickau, 1815. 
Both 8vo. (2 pieces.) 

1829. Gobert (Gexeral J. X^. — fought in most of the campaigns from 1800 

to 1815, aide-de-camp to Murat, and served under his orders). 
A.L.S. 4 pp. folio. Sept., 1800, Ville France. To Citizen Bona- 
parte, First Consul of the French Eepublic. 

A long, important and exceedingly interesting letter to Bonaparte, 
written on his election as First Consul. In it Gobert sends his warmest 
congratulations and joins with the nation in praise of the great leader. 
Mention is made of Gen. .Tunot, who was then at Alexandria, and who 
later in this year was appointed commandant at Paris; of General Kleber 
who had given the writer a letter to be delivered in person to Bonaparte; 
and of Generals Destaing and Begnier. 



1830. GoBERT (General J. N.) A.L.S. 2 pp. folio, ii.p. March 19, 1803. 

To Citizen Vaniville. 

1831. GoBERT (General J. N.). Portrait [killing the negro who was sent 

to set fire to the house containing 80 wliite women and children at 
Guadeloupe] . 8vo. 

1832. GoDOY (Don Manuel, Duke Of Alcuuia — Spanish courtier, sumanied 

"The Prince of Peace."). D.8. 1 p. folio. Feb. 2, 1798. 

1833. GoDOY (Don Manuel, Duke Of Alcudia). Portrait, full length. D. 

Bossi inc. Deniarchi dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

1834. GoDOY (Don Manuel, Duke Of Alcudia). Portrait, full bust in uni- 

form. Jf. Martz. de Castro lo grabo, D. F. Ramos dibuso. T^ine 
engraving. 4to. 

1835. GoDGY (Don Manuel, Duke Of Alcuuia). Another portrait, full bust 

in uniform. F. Selma sculp. A. Carnicero delt. Line engrav- 
ing. 8vo. 

183G. GoDOY (Don Manuel, Duke Of Alcudia). Portrait, full length in 
uniform, hat in hand. Line engraving. Proof before all letters. 
Folio. (Small piece of top corner missing.) 

1837. GoDOY (Don Manuel, Duke Of Alcudia). " S.A.S. de Prince de 

la Paix, 1807," full length portrait, in uniform, hat in hand. J.B. 
Fosseyeux sculpsit. Steven pinxit. Line engraving. Folio. 

1838. Gohier (Louis Jerome— director of the French Kepublic, President of 

the Directory when Bonaparte returned from Egypt). L.S. 1 p. 
folio. Paris, August 7, 1793. To Danton, Minister of War. 

A military letter reading that the Court of Appeals has rendered a 
decision, amuilliug the one of Oct. 6, 1792, regarding the case of 
Bartheleuiy Dantiii, fusileer of the 103d regt, the accused to be tried by 
court-martial. 

1839. Gohier (Louis Jerome). Portrait, full bust. H. F. Eose sc. Line 

engraving. India paper. 8vo. 

1840. GoLZART (N.C. — member of the Council of 500). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Paris, Sept. 7, 1796. To the minister of war, regarding the resigna- 
tion of Citizen Nicaif. 

1841. GoMM (Sir William M. — British Field Marshal, was at Waterloo). 

D.S. 1 p. folio, July 32, 1830. 

Monthly return regarding the 2d Coldstream liegiment of Foot Guards. 

1842. GoMM (SIR William M.). D.S. 1 p. folio. London, Xov. 23, 1835. 

Monthly Keturn of (Quarters of 1st Batt. Coldstream Eegt. of Foot 
Guards. ' 

1843. Gore (Arthur — Lieut.-Col., wounded at Waterloo). D.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Chatham, 1812. 11ie state of tlie 33d Regt. of Foot. 



1844. GouJON (Jean M. Claude — French revolutionist and member of the 

Convention). Printed D.S. Paris, 1793. Signed also by tbe dem- 
agogue and author of the Atheistic Festivals of Reason, J. R. Hebert. 
With portrait by Bonneville after Izabey. 2 pieces. 

Goujoii was one of the six Representatives of the People who killed 
themselves before the military commission, which had sentenced them 
to death for alleged complicity in the bloody sedition of May 20, 1795. 

1845. GouRDON (Admiral). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Brest, Jan. 13, 1821. 

Asking that his mail be addressed to Brest instead of Toulon. 

1846. GouRE (General — staff officer under 2s'ey, killed at the battle of Lut- 

zen). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Hanau, March 20, 1813. To General 
Sanson. 

Ke<iuestiug the director of the War Depot to .send him some maps, of 
which he is badly in need. 

1847. Gourgaud (Gaspard — French general, with Napoleon at St. Helena, 

author of Memoirs, etc.). D.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, Oct. 11, 1831 
An estimate of the expenses and money needed until the end of the 
year 1831 for workshops for artillery construction. 

1848. Gourgaud (Gaspard). A.L.S. " Le Gl. Gourgaud,"' 4 pp. folio, n.p. 

June 9, 1834. 

Gourgaud being a candidate for some p(Jsition, had visited a number of 
towns, and had been assured by many influential men that he had every 
chance of success. 

1849. Gourgaud (Gaspard). A.L.S. 3 jDp. 8vo. n.p. July 22, 1836. To 

Madame Horace Vernet. With portrait, full bust in uniform. Litho- 
graph. 8vo. 

An interesting letter relating to certain objects, once belonging to 
Napoleon, and now claimed by Madame Vernet. Gourgaud does not dis- 
pute lier claim, as it was feared he would. 

1850. Gourgaud (Gaspard). Portrait, full bust in oval in uniform, view be- 

neath. Lithograph. 4to. 

1851. Gourgaud (Gaspard). Portrait, full l)ust in uniform. Lithograph. 

8vo. 

1852. Gourgaud (Gaspard). Portrait, half length in uniform. Lithograph. 

4to. 

1853. Gourgaud (Gaspard). Portrait, full length in uniform. Dessine et 

litliographie par G. Stall. Folio. 

1854. Gouvion-Saint-Cyr (Laurent — Marshal of France, author of 

"Memoirs towards a Military History"). D.S. 2 p. folio. Paris, 
Dec. 1, 1818. To Marshal Due de Eaguse. With portrait, full length 
in uniform, and biographical account of services, etc. 

Regarding young men who wish to join the army before they were 
compelled to,_and giving them privilege of choice of regiment. 

1855. Gouvion-Saint-Cyr (Laurent). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.]).n.d., recom- 

mending M. Boudet for position of printer. 



1856. Gouviox-Saixt-Cyii (Lalkext). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Des- 

sine d'apres nature par J. Guerin and grave par G. Fiesinger. Stip- 
ple. 4to. Fine impression, with margins. 

1857. Gouviox-Saixt-Cyr (Laueext). Portrait, half length in uniform. 

Dessine d'apres nature, par J. Guerin and grave par G. Fiesinger. 
Stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

1858 Gouviox-Saixt-CyI£ (Laukext). Portraits. (1) full length in uniform. 
Lithograph on India paper after Gerard; (2) after a bronze by 
David, the latter proof before all letters. 2 pieces. 

1859. Geafigxy (FEAxgoisE D'Issemboueg — French writer). Portrait, full 

bust in oval. Leveque sculp. Line engraving. 4:to. 

1860. Graham (Hexey— Major, killed at Waterloo). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. 

Brighton, Nov. 7, 1813. 

On financial matters, with mention of General Haramoud. 

1861. Geaham (Thomas, Lord Lyxedoch, eminent British sailor and soldier, 

commanded at the great battle of Yittoria). A.L.S. "Thomas 
Graham.-"' 2 pp. 4to. May 8, 181U. 

•' I have directed that Mr. O'Meara shd. be put in orders as au acting 
Dept. Comm. General till the pleasure of the Lds. of the Treasury & 
the Comm. iu Chief is known," etc. 

1862. Graham (Thomas^ Lord Lyxedoch). L.S. " Lvnedoch." 2 pp. 

l?mo. Undated. To Lord M. Hill. With portrait, full bust in 
uniform. From the Gentleman's Magazine. 

1863. Geaxby (John Mannees, Maequis Of — English general). Portrait, 

three-quarter length in uniform. Rich. Pursel fecit. J. Eeynolds 
pinxt. Mezzotint. Folio, cut close and margins repaired. 

London, Sawyer 

1864. Geaxdpee (Louis M. J. — French voyager and author). A.L.S. 1 p. 

8vo. n.p. May 10, 1815. On literary matters. 

1865. Geaxet (M. — voted for death of Louis XVI.), and G. J. C'ottrau and 

M. A. Bourdon. D.S. by all three. 1 p. folio. Paris, March 5, 
1797. Regarding the death certificate of a French sailor. 

1866. Geasse-Tilly (Francois J. P. — commonly known as Count de Grasse, 

French naval officer, assisted Washington in the capture of Corn- 
wallis). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Drawn from the life by 
M. Jones. Line engraving. 8vo. London, 1782 

1867. Greexlaxd. The Greenland Whale Fishery. Line engraving by Am- 

brosi after Dodd. Folio. 

1868. Gregoire (Hexri — French ecclesiastic, member of the Convention). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. April 29, 1788. 

1869. Gregoire (Hexri). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Sarcelles, Oct. 10, 1806. To 

the Bishop Coutard. With portrait. 

Inforuiiug the reeipieut that certain Spanish books can be obtained only 
beyond the Pyrenees. 



1870. Gregoire (Henri). Portrait, full bust in oval. P. M. Alix sc. Du- 

chcniin del. Mezzotint. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

1871. Grenier (Paul — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Headquarters, 

Chatisbonne, Aug. 8, 1799. To Gen. Dessolles (spelt "Dessoles"). 
With portrait. 

Regretting that he cannot pay the ofticers and the staff owing to hick 
of funds. 

1872. Grenier (Paul). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, Sept. 10, 1815. To Baron 

Louis, Minister of Finance. 

A request to the minister for a certificate to enable Grenier to receive 
his regular pension. 

1873. Grenier (Paul). Portrait, full bust in uniform, wearing hat. "Gen- 

eral Grenier, domatore de Barbetti." Stipple, in carmine. 4to, with 
margins. 

1874. Grenville (William W., Lord — eminent English statesman, Seety. 

for Foreign Affairs in the ministry with Pitt). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. 
Whitehall, 6th June 1789. To the Lieut. Gov. of Jamaica. With 
portrait, full length. Perioch inc. 

Written shortly after he had accepted the position of Secretary of 
State in the place of Lord Sydney, commencing " His Majesty having 
been pleased to honor me with the Seals of the Home Department in the 
room of Lord Sydney, I take the earliest opportunity of acquainting you 
herewith," etc. 

1875. Grenville (William W.. Lord). Portrait, half length in robes. En- 

graved by J. S. Agar after the painting by W. Owen. Stipple. Open 
letters. 4to. ' London, 1815 

1876. Grey (Charles, Earl — eminent English statesman). Portrait, half 

length. [C. Turner sc. T. Philips, peint.] 4to, margins cut away. 

1877. Grey (Charles). Portrait, full bust. Proof before letters. 4to. 

1878. Gropper (Johann— theologian, 1501-58). Portrait, full bust in rol)e3. 

Chr. Weigel fecit. Mezzotint. 4to, cut close. 

1879. Gros (Antoine J.— celebrated French painter, painted " The Capture 

of Madrid by Napoleon," etc.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, March 
10, 1839. With portrait, full length, India paper. 
A recommendation for his pupil M. Demaret. 

1880. Gros (Antoine J.). Portrait, half length with palette. Grave par 

Vallot, 1840, peint par Gros. Steel engraving. India paper. 4to. 

1881. Grosso (Padre Philippe). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including addressed 

portion. Turin, Oct. 12, 1843. To Sylvio Pellico, with a medicinal 
herb from China, wliich the writer secured while apostolic missionarv 
there. 

From tlie Sylvio IVllico collection (Xo. HSiO), enclosed in his librMry 
wrapper and with his autograph annotations. 



1882. Gkouciiv (J'Lmaianukl, Marquis Dk, Marslial of France, blamed Tor 

the defeat at Waterloo). L.S. " Ein. (irouchy." 2 pp. folio. July, 

1795. 

To the Minister of War regarding the reorjianization of tlie 22(1 and 
60th brigades of Infantry. 

1883. Grouchy (Emmanuel, Marquis Dk). A.L.S. ''Grouchy." 2 pp. 4to. 

Dated " Du prison de [Jeuzeles?], le 30 A^endemiaire, I'An 9 " [Oct. 
21, 1800]. 

An Unusual Letter, (irouchy was iuii)risoned a year by the Austrians 
[1799-1800], and this letter was written to his friend Oirard (General?) 
while incarcerated. The writer informs his friend that there is no truth 
in the articles published concerning hiiu, and that in addition to the 
assassination of his family, his enemies must now calunmiatp him. Also. 
makes a request for money to purchase some necessities, assures his 
friend that he is working hard to establish his innocence, &c. 

1884. Grouchy (Emmanuel, ]\Iarquis De). L.S. " Le Comte de Grouchy." 

3 pp. 4to. Paris, Sept. 1, 1821. 

Written to a M. Vaughan at Philadelphia regarding property there. 
" I have received only one letter from you since I left the United States, 
15 months ago. I want you to send me a statement of our business. 
. . . Have you seen the municipality about my house in Lombard 
street, the cellar of which was flooded by the melting of snow?" Also 
asking M. Vaughan to pay to M. Dorival of New York the sum of $250. 

1885. Grouchy (Emmanuel. Marquis De). A.L.S. " Mai. Cte. de Grouchy." 

2 pp. 4to, including addressed portion. Philadelphia, Aug. 3, no 
year. Eeqiiests Mr. Bellanger to deliver some letters for him, among 
which is one for his son, <S:c. 

1886. Grouchy (Emmanuel, Maequis De). A.L.S. "Mai. Grouchy." 1 p. 

4to. Chatelus, Wednesday, April 23, no year. AYith portrait, full 
hust in uniform. Paville sculpt. 

Authorizing M. Chirol, a lawyer at Aiom, to pay the sum of seventy- 
five francs to Sir J. Martinet. 

1887. Grouchy (Emmanuel, Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Lithograph. Folio. 

1888. Grouchy (Emmanuel, Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Grave par Charon, dessine d'apres nature, aux Etats Unis. Stipple, 
with biographical account beneath. Fine impression with full mar- 
gins. 

Special interest attaches to this portrait, as it was engraved after the 
original made in the United States. 

1889. Grouchy (Emmanuel, Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Grave par Charon, dessine d'apres nature aux fitats Unis. 4to. Bio- 
graphical account in script deneath. 

1890. Grouchy (Emmanuel, Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Grave par Charon dessine d'apres nature aux Etats-Unis. 4to. Bio- 
graphical account in script beneath. Toned paper, 

1891. Grouchy (Emmanuel, Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform, 

standing, battle scene in background. Charon sculpsit. Aubry pinxt. 
Mezzotint. Folio. 



1892. CKoroHY (Emmanuel. Marquis De). Portrait, full length in nnifonn. 

Feint par Rouillard, and another, also full length. Line, etc. 
2 pieces. 8vo. 

1893. Gkouciiy, Ney, Kellekman, and others. Portraits, some in uniform. 

Svo., and 12mo. Xo duplicates, 22 pieces. 

1894. Gkanet (jVr.— deputy to the Convention, voted for death of Louis XVI.). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. August 9, 1795. To Durand de Maillane 
at Toulon. A personal letter. With portrait. 

1895. GuADET (:\rAUGUEHiTE E.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by 

].evachez, representation of arrest near Bordeaux, and biographical 
notice in script beneath. 8vo on small folio sheet. 

1896. GuARAS (Antonio De— Envoy from Spain to England). L. subscribed 

and signed respecting sailor and other ofRcials of the ships of William 
Spellman. With seal. 1 page folio. London, July 2, 1573. 

1897. GuKHix ( G AN. \0( 'QUE— member of the Committee of Safetv). L.S. 

1 p. folio. Paris, Oct. 7, 1795. The committee having heard of a 
terrible conspiracy planned by members in the section of Pelletier, 
all reports .of assemblies are to be handed over to the Paris police 
and then to the above committee. 

1898. GuDiN De La Sablonniere (Caesar F. E.— French general, killed at 

Volutina-Gora, 1812). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Dunkirk, Feb. 19, 1804. 
To M. Pa vault de Cordillervi. 

The writer expresses his satisfaction at the honor bestowed upon him 
by the Emperoi-, and hopes that his friend may soon be honored in the 
same way, etc. 

1899. GuDiN De La Sablonniere (Caesar P. E.). Portrait, full bust in uni- 

form. Gabriel sc. Mme. Le Sivre del. Stipple. Proof before all 
letters. 8vo. 

1900. Guilford (Comte De). A.L.S. 2 pp. 12nio, including addressed por- 

tion. Livorno, Jan. 14, 1822. To M. ^Molini, regarding books. 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 288), enclosed in his library 
wrapper, and with his autograph annotations. 

1901. GuTLLEMiNOT (Armand Charles — French general, served under Mo- 

reau). L.S. 2 pp. folio. Angerville, July 9, 1811. To Gen. Van- 
damnie. With portrait, full bust in uniform.. Lithograph. 

Proposing a plan to save France from foreign encroachments, saying 
that everyone should rally to the support of the government, etc. 

1902. GuiLLEMiNOT (Armani) Charles). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Barriere d'Orfee. 

July 3, 1815. To (^cn. Vandamme. With portrait. 

Asking for inforniiitidii regarding l(i officers whom he had sent to 
headquarters. 



1903. GUILLEMINOT (AUMAND ClIARI.KS) . L.S. 2 \)\K folio, n.[). Jiilv 8, 

1815. 

An exti'aet i)f a letter written by (ienerals Clerartl and ITa.xo, probably 
made by (Juilleminofs secretary and signed by <inilleniint>t. about the 
time the Allies enteretl Paris. " Xow that the provisional Koverument 
has ceased its functious. the army too has acfonii)lisbed its nussion, . . . 
nevertheless the army must not be disbanded, for it is needed to protect 
France from the enemy, personal liberty." etc. 

1904. GuiLLEMiNOT (An.MAXD CifAiiLEs). D.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, March 31, 

1824. 

A request to help the men who are enjrajred studying the map of 
France. 

1905. GuiLLEKMix (C). Couplets cu I'Honnour do Boiia])arte, premier Con- 

sul do la Eepublique Francaise. cliantos a Bourg. par do vrais amis 
du bon ordre et do la trauquillite pul)li(|uo. &c. (.\lso, Couplots in 
lionor of the ^lilitary, &c. Jvicli sung to a special air.) 8 pp. 12mo, 
unbound. Bourg, n.d. 

1906. GiiELOTiXE (Joseph I. — French physician). Portrait, full l)ust in 

oval. F. Bonneville del. et sculp. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

190?. GuiNARD (Madame C. — Frencli poetess). Original MS. of a poem. 
3 pp. small 4to. May 1, 1832. 

1908. Guise (Marie De Lorraixe, Duchesse De Guise — daughter of Charles 

I., Due de Guise, and Henrietta Catherine de Joyeuse). L.S. to her 
Eeceiver General M. Coquille, asking him to take particular care 
of Abbe Herve, who is going to preach in the Duchy of Guise, and to 
furnish him with all the money he niav need. 1 p. 4to. With seal 
[1678]. 

On the back of the letter is the autograpli receipt of Abbe Herve 
for a certain sum of money for his preaching. 

1909. GuizoT (Frax'^cois P. G. — French statesman and historian, President 

of France). A.L.S. to Isl. Pingard, agent of the institute, asking 
for a ticket for John Lcmoinne, editor of the " Journal des Debats," 
to enable him to be present at a meeting of the Institute. 1 p. 8vo. 
February 4, 1852. With addressed envelope. 2 pieces. 

1910. GuizoT (Francois P. G.). A.L.S. 2.pp. 16mo [Val Riches], July 23, 

1852, referring to correct proof of an article of his and desiring that 
25 copies of tlie printed form be reserved for him, &c. 

1911. GuizoT (Francois P. G.). A.L.S. 2 pp. 8vo. [Val Riches], Aug. 16, 

1852. To M. A. Vattemore, requesting copy of the ^'Xorth American 
Review," in which is an article by [Edward] Everett, to which lie 
will reply later, &c. Witli envelope and wax seal (2 pieces). 

1912. GuizoT (Francois P. G.). A.X.S. 1 page 16mo. August 23, 1853. 

AVith portrait. 2 pieces. 

1913. GusTAVUS Adolpiius, King Of Swedex'. Portrait, full bust in oval. 

A. Walker sculp. Miervold pinxt. Line engraving. 8vo. 

[London, n.d.] 



1!)J4. GusTAVUs IV., KixG Of Swedex. A.L.S., 1 p. 4to. Basic, Jan. 28, 
1815. States that he is forwarding part}^ addressed the "' Declara- 
tion " as sent to Admiral Sydney Smith to he presented to the Con- 
gress of Vienna. Portraits of the King and Queen of Sweden. 

1U15. GusTAvu.s 1\'., King Of Sweden. Portrait, full bust in robes. J. 
Pass se. Stipple, printed in colors. 8vo. [London], 1827 

1916. Hague. View of the Hague in colors. Folio. London, 1815 

1917. Hambui!G. Colored view. Folio. London, 1815 

Shipping scene, a boat flying tlie English flag prominent in the fore- 
groinid. 

1918. Haxau. Entrance into Hanau over the Kinzig Bridge. In colors. 

Folio. London, 1814 

1919. Harcoukt (Axxe Piekhe, Due De — Marshal of France). A.L.S. 1 p. 

4to. London, March 21, 1794. With portrait. 

Asking the aid of a Mr. Dundas through the recipient for a French 
gentlewoman residing in P^ngland. 

1920. Hardexbekg (Karl August — Prussian statesman, formed an alliance 

with Knssia against Xapolcon). L.S. (in German). 1 p. folio, 
Berlin, June 2l, 1821. 

1921. Hardexberg (Karl August). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Meyer 

sc. L. Wolf del. Stipple. 8vo. Berlin, n.d. 

1922. Hardwicke (Philip Y., Earl Of— eminent English jurist.) Portrait, 

half length standing, in robes of office. Engraved by W. Giller after 
Sir Thomas Lawrence. ^Mezzotint. Open letter proof on India 
paper. 4to. London, 1836 

1923. Hardy (Gexeral J.). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Basle, June 6, 1798. To 

]\[. Gatt. 

The writer declares that it was not because of lack of funds tliat his 
expedition in Ireland failed. The English beat his army because fortune 
favored them. 

1924. Harispe (Jean Isidore, Comte — Marshal of France, with Kapoleon 

during the 100 days). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Bordeaux, July 7, 1833. 
Answer to a letter asking financial help. 

1925. Harispe (Jean Isidore, Comte). L.S., 1 p. folio. Bayonne, Mar. 17, 

1846. To the Minister of War relative to some promotions. 

1926. Harmond (M. — member of the National Convention). D.S. 1 p. 4to, 

n.p. Xov. 20, 1794. Eegarding a meeting of the Committee of Gen- 
eral Safety. Signed also by Mathieu and Monnayon. 

1927. Harris (James — First Earl of Malmesbury, eminent English diplo- 

matist). Portrait, half length, seated. Engraved by C. Picart after 
H. Edridge. Stipple. Open letters. 4to. London, 1814 

1928. Hastings (Fraxcis Eawdon, Earl Op Moira — was at Bimker Hill, 

1775, fought against the French in 1794). A.L.S. "Moira," 3 pp. 
4to. ' Blythe, Sept. 10, 1806. To the Marquis of Buckingham. 
Regarding Col. Napier, and with mention of Lord St. Vincent. 



1929. Hastings (Fkaxcis IJawdox, Kakl Ok Moika). I'ortrait, full bust 

in uniform. ?]no^ravo(l by J. Collycr. [laintcd by C. G. Stuart. 
Stipple. India paper. 4to. London, 1794 

1930. Hastings (Francis Rawdon,, Eakl Of ]\Ioira). Portrait, half length 

in oval. Engraved l)y I. Jones after Sir Joshua Reynolds. Stipple. 
4to. [London, n.d.] 

1931. Hastings (Francis Rawdon, Earl Of Moiha). Portrait, full length 

in uniform, standing. Engraved by Jn. Young, painted by J. 
Hoppner. Mezzotint, margins cut away, and slightly creased in 
places. 

1932. Hatry (Jacques M. — French general). L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, 

Sept. 13, 1795. To Gen. of Division Scherer. With portrait, full 
bust in uniform. 

Asking for the traii.sfer of men from the Nth battalion of the Lower 
Rhine to his command. 

1933. Hauterive (A. M. B. De Lanautte D' — Count and diplomatist, con- 

fidential secretary to Napoleon when First Consul). Manuscript 
giving the details of the diseases from which U'Hauterive is suffer- 
ing, while in the hospital on Bedloe's Island, New York Citv. 2 pp. 
4to; New York, le 29 Floreal, I'An 4 [May 19, 1796]. Contains 
signatures of the French Consul, the secretary of the Consulate, and 
Dr. De Seullez, the last-named being D'Hauterive's physician during 
his illness. 

1934. Hauterive (A. M. B. De Laxautte D'). Doctor's Certificate relative 

to the illness of M. D'Hauterive in New Y''ork. Signed, also, by the 
French Consul and Vice Consul in that citv. 2 pp. folio and 2 pp. 
4to. New Y^ork, June 1, 1794, and Feb. 24, 1797 (2 pieces). 

1935. Haville (Auguste — Equerrv to the Empress Josephine). A. L.S. 

1 p. folio, Dijon. 17 Sept.,'l800. To the Minister of War. 

The writer wishes to receive the recipient's decision regarding a posi- 
tion, and for which he has been waiting a long time. 

193(). Hawke (Sir P'.dward — English admiral, defeated the French near 
Belle Isle). Portrait, three-quarter length, in uniform. Mezzotint. 
Unsigned. Folio (cut to plate mark). London, Bowles 

1937. Hawkswoktii (Joiix') and King (Captain James). Full bust pur- 

traits on one sheet, enoraved bv Thornton. Oblong 4to. 

Circa 180i» 

1938. Haxo (FRAxgois N. B. — Ceneral. was at Waterloo). A. L.S. 2 pp. 

8vo. June 17, 1820. To a firm of booksellers. 
Acknowledgment of the receipt of copies of a military journal. 

1939. Haxo (Francois N. B.). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p. Feb. 19, 1821. To 

a firm of booksellers. With portrait. 8vo. Lithograph. 

1940. Haxo (Franqois N. B.). A.L.S. 3 pp. 12mo. Paris, Feb. 21, 1838. 

A friendly letter to Baron de Valaze. who was at Nice with his 
daughter to recover his health, regretting that the distance from Pari.s 
Is too great for him and his wife to nndertake. 



At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Seventh Session, Numbers 1941 to 2280, Inclusive 

MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17th, AT 8.15 O'CLOCK 

For date of other sessions, see "ORDER OF SALE," page supra. 



1941. Heaviside (Johx— Surgeon Extraordinary to the King). Portrait, 

half length, seated, holding specimen. Eich. Earloni sculpt. J. 
Zoifany pinxt. Mezzotint. Eolio. London, 1803 

1942. Hebert (Jacques E. — French demagogue, executed March, 1794). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 17, 1793. A request for a citizen to 
appear at the bar of the Court of Justice of the Commune. 

1943. Hebert (Jacques E.). Portrait, full bust in oval. E. Bonivet sculp. 

F. Bonneville del. Stipple. 8vo. 

1944. Hebrard (M.). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Versailles, April 15, 1801, a list of 

objects to be delivered a riding school, also signed, and L.S. 1 p. 4to, 
Versailles, Jan. 7, 1801. 3 pieces. 

1945. Hedouville (CtAbriel T. J. — French general, succeeded Hoche, was 

page to Marie Antoinette). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Laon, July 30, 1800. 
To the General in charge at Chartres. 

A personal letter about the health of the recipient, also remembrances 
for aides-de-camp Yarnay and Vantai. 

1946. Hexault (Charles Jeax Francois — eminent French historian, presi- 

dent of the First " Chambre aux Enquetes," and Superintendent of 
the Queen's household). A.N. in third person inviting a gentleman 
to have supper with him. n.d. With portrait. 2 pieces. 

1947. Hexriot (Fraxcoes — prominent in the Eeign of Terror, executed with 

Eobespierre). A.N.S. 1 p. 12mo. Eequesting the administrators 
of the mail department to consider the request of a citizen. With por- 
trait, full bust in uniform, stipple. F. Bonneville, del. Sculp. Svo. 

1948. Henuiot (FiiAxgois). A.N.S. 1 p. ]2iiii), n.p.n.d. With portrait, 

full bust in uniform. Stipple. 

" I urge the members of the executive council to do justiee to the 
citizen's petition. Ili'nriot." 



1949. llKxiaoT ( Fi?AX(joi,s). Portrait, full l)ust in niiitoiin, wearing cocked 
hat. j\Iezzotint by Lcvachez, liattle scene and biographical notice in 
script beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

11150, Hexriot (Francois). Another copy of the same. 

1951. Henry III., King Of France, the last king of the house of Valois. 

L.S. 1 p. 4to. Sept., 1585, signed also by Kavastens ( ?) and De 
Vanailly ( ?), relative to something presented by ilarshal de Matigny, 
With portrait. 

1952. Henry IV., King Of France and Xavarre, founder of tlie royal house 

of Bourbon. D.S. 1 p. folio, 1580. With portrait, engraved by 
Moitte. 

1953. Henry De Bourbon — son of Henry IV. of France, and of the Mar- 

chioness de A'erneuil (Henriette de Balzac), bisbop of Metz. D.S. 
on vellum, 1 p. folio, July 27, 1658. 

1954. Henry Of Prussia (Friedricii Ludavig — Prince of Prussia, brother 

of Frederic the Great). D.S. 1 p. 4to, with fine wax seal. Eheius- 
berg, Jan. 23, 1796, informing whom it may concern that a certain 
widow and her family are old inhaliitants of his dominions and are 
still subjects of his. With portrait. 

1955. Heraclitus — suruamed the Xaturalist. Portrait. Mezzotint. 4to, 

margins cut away. [London, Bowles] 

1956. Heraclitus. Portrait. Mezzotint, 4to (cut close and repaired in 

places). London, Bowles 

1957. Herault (Marie-Jean). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by 

Levachez, military scene and biographical notice in script beneath, 
8vo, on small folio sheet. 

Herault was executed with Dauton in 1794. 

1958. Herbouville (C. J. F. — General). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 

13, 1820. To the Viscount Tabarie. With portrait, full bust in 
uniform, line stipple, but cut to plate mark, and engravers name 
cut away. 8vo, 

The writer regrets that tlie position asked for lias been given to an- 
other. 

1959. Herzberg (Ewald Friedrich Von — celebrated Prussian statesman 

under Friedrich the Great). D.S. addressed to the English Embass}', 
giving permission to the executor of the late Minet to take entire pos- 
session of his estate. Half a page, folio. Berlin, Marcli 14, 1774. 
Witli portrait. 2 pieces, 

1960. Hesse (George Prince D'). L.S. Mentioning the marriage of Prin- 

cess Ulrica to his eldest brother and the Campaign of Hungaria. 
3 pp. 4to, Cassel, March 5, 1719. 



.1901. Hesse (Louis Prince D'). L.S. sending to a Gentleman of the French 
Court a Sinn of 1000 livres to be added to the dowry of the Coun- 
tess d'Haussonville, on the occasion of her marriage to the said gentle- 
man. 2 pp. 4to. March 26, 1759. 

1962. Hill (Eowi^axd, Yiscouxt— British general, fought at Waterloo). 

A.L.S. " Hill," 2 pp. 8vo. Hardwick Grange, Sept. 11, 1821. 

1963. Hill (Rowland, Yiscouxt). Portrait, half length in uniform. En- 

graved by A. Easto after Lodder. Stipple. Open letters. 4to. 

London, 1816 

1964. Hill (Rowland, Yiscouxt). Portrait, in uniform, on horseback. 

Romney sculp., Meyeon del. 4to. In colors. 

1965. HiLLER (JoHANN — Austrian general, defeated by Napoleon at Land- 

shut.) Portrait, full bust in uniform. Zwickau bei Schunann. 
Stipple. 8vo. 

1966. HiLLER (Joiiaxn). Portrait, full length in uniform. D. K. Bonatti 

inc. G. B. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

1967. Hippocrates — the most eminent physician of antiquity. Portrait. I. 

Faber fecit., P. P. Rubens del. Mezzotint. 4to (slightly thinned 
and worn). 

1968. Hobhouse (John Cam, Lord Brougham — intimate at college with 

Lord Byron, author of " Letters on the Hundred Days, or Last 
Reign of Napoleon")- A. L. S. 4 pp. 4to. Reading, Jan 34, 1834. 
With lithographic portrait. 

A political and personal letter with mention of Lord Melbourne. 

1969. Hoche (Lazare — famous French general, restored to liberty and com- 

mand by the fall of Robespierre in 1794). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Head- 
quarters, St. James, Oct. 18, 1794. To the Commission in charge of 
military organization. 

Written at an important period of the general's life. In the letter he 
complains of the lack of efficiency among his officers, they cannot lead a 
battalion, cannot even write, etc. 

1970. HocHE (Lazare). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, le 20 Pluviose, I'An V 

[Feb. 10, 1797]. To Minister of War, Petiet, recommending Citizen 
Guerin, a former aide-de-camp, and then chief of brigade of gen- 
darmerie, for similar position in the reorganization of that body. 
With portraits. 

1971. HocHE (Lazare). Portrait, full bust in uniform. :\rezzotint by 

Levachez, battle scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 
8vo, on small folio sheet. 

1972. HocHE (Lazare). Portrait, full bust in uniform, seated, cocked hat 

on table. D. Klemi-Bonatti inc. Sergent Marceau dis. Stipple. 
8vo. 

1973. HocHE (Lazare). Portrait, full length in uniform. Line engraving 

after A. Scheft'er. 8vo. 



1974. HocHE (LAZAitK). Portrait, full length in uniform, standing. Grave 

par Coqueret, clessine par Hillaire Le Dru. Mezzotint. Folio (small 
hole in margin). Paris, n.ii. 

1975. HocHE (Lazai{e). Portrait, full length in uniform. P. Lefevre sculp. 

Stipple. Folio. Paris, uA. 

1976. HoFER (Andreas — celebrated Tvrolese patriot). Portrait, full length 

in uniform. In colors, 8vo. London, 1810 

1977. HoFER (Andreas). Portrait, full length in uniform. Colored, prol)- 

ably by hand. 8vo. 

1978. Hohenlake (Louis — Prince De). A.L.S. " Louis, Prince de Hohen- 

lake," 1 p. 4to., n.p.n.d., asking that a position be found for M. Geiger 
who was wounded in the retreat from Pussia. 

1979. Hohenlohe (Louis Axtoine, Prince De — Marshal of France). L.S. 

" Louis, Prince de Hohenlohe." 1 p. folio, Luneville, Dec. 27, 1837. 
To M. Sarazin, of Paris, regarding his salary wliich '• tlie king gives 
me out of liis private cash," and saying that he is drawing upon him 
for the sum of 5,970 francs. 

1980. Hohenlohe (Louis Antoine, Prince De). Portrait, full length in 

uniform. Lithograph on India paper. 

1981. Hohenlohe-Bartenstein (L. 0. J. X.. Prince— General against Xa- 

poleon in the Wars of the Eevolution and Empire ; Marshal of France 
under Louis XYIIL). Official Order regarding a Pension, in his 
autograph, Paris, Oct. 36, 1834, portrait, bust, within circular 
border, 4to. 

1983. HOHENLOHE-WALDENBURG-SCHILLINGSFtJRST (ALEXANDER, PrINCE OF 

— Hungarian Prelate). Printed L.S. to Marquise Juliette de Barol, 
establishing a day to unite their prayers for her health. 1 p. folio. 
June 9, 1826. In a wrapper with autograph notes by Silvio Pellico. 

1983. Holland (Henry Eichard V., Lord — friendly to Napoleon while at 

St. Helena, Lady Holland was remembered in Napoleon's will). 
A.L.S. [in French] 1 p. 4to. Hotel Bristol, Sept. 26, 1838. To 
Count Montalinet, Minister of the Interior. A letter of thanks. With 
portrait. 

1984. Holland (Henry Eichard Y., Lord.) A.L.S. "Yassall Holland." 

4 pp. 12mo. [Holland House], Feb. 20, 1833. With portrait. 

" Your two drawings of the Emperor Napoleon & of the late Sir John 
Moore, together with your letter of the 11 Inst, arrived at Holland 
Hoiise," etc. 

1985. Holland (Lady— wife of Lord H. E. Y. Holland). A.L.S. 3 pp. 

12mo. n.p.n.d. 

1986. Holstein (Antoine, Due De). L.S. asking a merchant to send him 

the bill for two barrels of red wine and other articles. 1 p. 4to. June 
33, 1735. 



lyST. Homer. Portrait. Ex Marmore antique, P. P. lieuheiis delt. Afezzo- 
tint. 4to, cut close and repaired in places. J^ondon, Bowles 

1988. HoMEK. Portrait. Mezzotint, 4to (cut close). [London, Bowles] 

1989. Hone (Nathaniel — portrait painter). Portrait, full bust. Mezzo- 

tint by E. Fisher, 4to, margins cut away, with portions of text. 

1990. Hood (Samuel, Viscount — British admiral, fought De Grasse at the 

mouth of the Chesapeake, but failed to relieve the British armv at 
Yorktown). A.L.S. " Hood," 1 p. 12mo. Greenwich May 25, 1805. 

1991. Hood (Sir Samuel — British admiral, cousin of Samuel Hood, also took 

part in the action with De Grasse). Portrait, three-quarter length, 
in uniform. Engraved bv E. Bocquet, drawm bv W. Evans, after Sir 
W. Beechey. Stipple. 4to. ^ London, 1813 

1992. Hood (Sir Samuel). Portrait, half length in uniform. Engraved by 

E. Bocquet, after Sir William Beechey. Stipple. Folio. Open 
letters. London, 1813 

1993. Hope (Sir John — British general, took part in the battle of Corunna, 

succeeded Sir John Moore). Portrait, full bust in uniform. En- 
graved by J. Vendramini after W. M. Craig. Stipple. Folio. Open 
letters. " London, 1811 

1994. Hope (Sir John). Portrait, half length in uniform. Mezzotint 

(margins cut away). 4to. 

1995. Horace. Portrait. J. Faber, senr., fecit. P. P. Eubens del. ]\Iezzotint. 

4to (cut close and mounted and repaired in places). 

London. Bowles 

1996. HoRTENSE Eugenie De Beauharnais, Queen Of Holland (Daughter 

of Josephine.) A.L.S. " Hortense," 1 p. 8vo. Augsburg, Dec. 18, 
1822. To her ^lother-in-Law. With portrait. 

A very affectionate letter sending New Year's greetings, hoping to see 
recipient during the year, etc. 

• 1997. HoRTENSE Eugenie De Beauharnais, Queen Of Holland. Portion 
of A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo. No place, no date. Complains [to person un- 
known], that letters written have not been answered, &c. 

1998. Hortense Eugenie De Beauharnais, Queen Of Holland. Portrait, 

half length. Laugier sculpt. Girodet pinxt. [From 1' Artiste]. 4to. 
The reproduction in Sloane's Life of Napoleon was made from the 
above. 

1999. Hortense Eugenie De Beauharnais, Queen Of Holland. Portrait, 

'' La Peine Hortense sortant du bain," de Spa. Line engraving. Un- 
signed. 12 mo. 

2000. Hortense Eugenie De Beauharnais, Queen Of Holland. Portrait, 

(1) full length. (2) full length, accompanied by Louis Napoleon, 
(3) full bust. In colors, published by R. Martin, New York, and 
another. Togetber, 4 pieces. 



'iOOl. HoucHAKD (Gexehal .h:AX Xi('iioLAs). J*oitrait, lull Imst in iinifonn. 
Mezzotint by Lcvaclicz, battle scene and biogra])bi(al notice in script 
beneath, 8vo on small folio sheet. 

2003. HoussAYE (Heni;i — French author). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Request for 
tickets. Undated. 

2003. HowAKD (Geokge W. F., Eakl Of Carlisle and Viscouxt Mor- 

peth — visited the U. S.). A.L. third person, Avith addressed enve- 
lope. London, ^lay 2, 1836 

2004. Howard (George W, F., Earl Of Carlisle a\u Viscouxt ]\1orpeth). 

A.L.S. (third person, commencing '' Ld. ]\Iorpeth."' 1 p. 8vo. June 
14, n.y. 

2005. Howard (George W. F., Earl Of Carlisle axd Viscouxt ^Iorpetii). 

Portrait, half length. Engraved l)y J. Cooke. Line engraving. 4to. 

2006. HozE (JoHX). Portrait, full bust in oval. T. Holloway direxit. Line 

engraving. 4to. London, 1794 

2007. HuDSOX^^ EiVER, ]\rap of the Hudson Eiver Bail Koad from Xew York 

to Albany. AV. C. Moore del. Litliograph. About 12 feet long (one 
corner repaired). Xew York, 1S48 

2008. Hue (Franqois — first Valet-de-chambre of Louis XVIIT). X.S. 1 p. 

small 4to. Tuileries, January 3, 1818. 

In the reign of terror Hue served the royal family at the risk of his 
life and was imprisoned ; he is author of " The last years of the Reign 
and Life of Louis XVL" 

2009. Hugo (Joseph L. S. — French general, father of Victor Hugo, the cele- 

brated novelist). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to. St. Lozusa, near Blois, June 23, 
1823, To the Editor of the Courrier at Paris. With portrait. 

General Hugo requests the editor to publish some remarks of his on 
an article which appeared in the " Censeur Europeen " ; then follow the 
" remarks ", which are lengthy and interesting. 

2010. Hugo (Victor— French author). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. [1844.] With 

j)ortrait. 2 pieces. 

2011. Hugo (Victor). A.L.S. "Victor Hugo,"' 2 pp. 8vo. Pec. 30, n.y.' 

On literar}' matters. 

2012. HuLix (Pierre A. — French general, shot by Malet). D.S. by Hulin, 

A. Dubocher, and several others, 4 pp. folio, n.p. Dec. 11, 1798. 
Extract from the records of the decisions by the Mtinicipal Admin- 
istration of Saint-Quentin. 

2013. HuLix (Pierre A.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, n.p. March 9, 1814. 

Notifying the recipient that the Prince Wiirtemberg has taken, with 
3,000 men, the town of Senc (?), but promises protection to the inhabi- 
tants. 

2014. HuLix (Pierre A.). L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris. May lo, 1815. With 

portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Regarding the way in which volunteers were received at various 
mayoralties, etc. 



2015. HuLiN (Pierre A.). L.S., 2 pp. folio, n.p.n.d. To his Royal High- 

ness. ro(|uestino- that he he advised of his arrival that lie may wel- 
come liim. 

2016. IIllse (Sir Samiel). Portrait. Lithograph by Lane after Lane. 

4to. Proof on India paper. " 1830 

2017. HuMANN (Jean Georges — French Minister of Finance). L.S., 1 p. 

4to. Paris, March 10, 1835. Informs a colleague that M. Chanvel 
has been appointed to the eollectorship of Berville. 

2018. Humbert (J. J. A. — French general, commanded an expedition to Ire- 

land in 1798), A.L.S. 1 p. 4to [Paris], le 19 Frimaire, I'An IV. 
[Dec. 10, 1795]. To Chief of brigade St. Laurent informing him 
that stores and horses are needed for the brigade at lluelle. Also, 
that its army-wagons are in poor shape. 

2019. HuMiEREs (Marie THERiiSE Julie De Crevant. Duchesse De — wife 

of the French general and courtier of Louis XIV.). Portrait, full 
length. Pet. Schenek fee; et exc. ]\Iezzotint. 4to, margins cut 
away. 

2020. HussiEX Pasha — last Bev of Algiers, forced to capitulate by the 

French in 1830. D.S. "l p. folio. May 26, 1832. 

2021. HuTCHiNsox (Joiix — British general, commanded the first division 

of Abercromby's army which landed in Egypt, Alexandria sur- 
rendered to him). Portrait, three-quarter length, in uniform, 
seated. Engraved I)v K. ^lackenzie after W. Evans. Stipple. Folio. 

London, 1809 

2022. Hutchinson (Joiin). Portrait, full bust in uniform by Heath after 

Knight. 4to. London, 1815 

2023. Hyde De Xeuville (Jean G. — French Royalist, ]\[inister to the United 

States, 1816-1821). L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including addressed portion, 
Washington, April 27, 1818. To R. G. Harper, Baltimore, sym- 
pathizing with him in the loss of his child, asking date of his 
departure [for France] as he has important dispatches to send to his 
government. 

2024. Indians. A'arious dresses of the Indians of Xortli America. Copper 

engraving by Morris. 4to. [Circa 1784] 

2025. Indians. Costume of Domiciliated Indians of Xorth America. Copper 

engraving by Busby after Harlot. 4to. London, 1810 

2026. Indians. Mclntosli. A C*reek Chief. Lithograph in colors. Folio. 

1836 

2027. Indians. Kish-Ke-Kosh. .\ Fox Brilve. Litliograph in colors. Folio. 

1836. 

2028. Indians. Nea-Math-la. A Seminole Chief. Lithoo:raph in colors. 

Folio. ' 1836 



2029. Indians. 'rali-Eo-TTon, an Toway Warrior. Tvitlio^raph in colors. 
Folio. " 1838 

!J030. Indians. Tinipooc-hee Barnard. An Uchcc Warrior. Litliograph in 
colors. Folio. " 1838 

2031. Indians. Mistippee. Lithograph in colors. Folio. 1838 

2032. Indians. Atahualpa (the last Inea of Peru). Portrait, full l)u-^t, lioad- 

dress of feathers, holding spoar. Copper engraving. 4to. 

2033. Indians. Hahits of the Americans (copper engraving), also a colh'c- 

tion of 30 plates, colored and plain, mainly relating to tlu' Indians 
(all book illustrations). 

2034. Isabel II., Queen Of Spain — mother of Alfonso, who became king in 

1875. D.S. 1 p. folio. ]\ladrid 1854. Witli portrait. 

2035. Isabey (Jkan Baptjs-j'e — cek'l)rated Frencli miniature painter, 

executed many admired portraits of the Bonaparte family some of 
which are in the celebrated Wallace collection). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. 
Paris, Sept. 20, 1840. To John Sainsbury, celebrated collector of 
Napoleonic material, regarding his collection. 

2036. Jacobins. Portrait of ^l-.n-'ie J. C'halier, full bust in oval. Mezzotint 

by Levachez, scene and biographical notice in script beneath. Svo, 
on small folio sheet. 

The leader of the Jacobins of I>yons n\u\ ;i fanatical admirer of 
Marat. 

2037. Jacqueminot (J. J. I,, Comte I)e Ham — member of the Council 

of 500). L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including addressed portion, Paris, le 14 
Frimaire, I'An X [Dec. 5, 1801]. To M. Lacepede, President of 
the Senate, stating that he is confined to his bed, and will, therefore, 
be unable to attend the day's session. 

2038. Jacquinot (Ciiakles C. — French general, commanded two divisions 

at Waterloo). A.D.S. 1 p. 8vo. Schaffhausen (Switzerland), May 
8, 1800. 

2039. Jervis (John, Earl Of St. Vincent — famous English admiral). 

A.L.S. "St. Alncent," 1 p. 4to (London), June 14. 1803. To 
H. E. H*** (?). 

Regarding a Capt. Dunbar, and ending ..." with the most grate- 
ful sense of your consideration for the ticklish state of my health." etc. 

2040. Jervis (John — Earl Of St. Vincent). Portrait, fidl bust in uni- 

form. Engraved by Aquilar, drawn by Bouch. Stipple. 4to. 

[London, ca. 1798] 

2041. John VI., King Of Portugal, sailed to Brazil in 1807, where he 

received title of Emperor. Portrait, full bnst in uniform. Huet 
sculp. Camoin del. Sti])])le. 4to. 



J042. JoiNViLLE (FRANgois F. p.. Prince De— third son of Louis Philippe, 
sent to St. Helena to bring the remains of Napoleon to France). 
A.L.S. (third person), 2 pp. 8vo. Claremont, Dec. 33, 1854. In 
English to ^Mr. Colnaghi, the well-known art dealer, regarding some 
drawings, etc. With portrait. 

2043. JoiNViLLE (FRAxgois F. P., Prince De). Portrait, three-quarter 

length in uniform. Lith. de Cattier. Folio. 

2044. JoiNViLLE (Francois F. P., Prince De). Portrait, three-quarter 

length in uniform. Lithograph 4to, and a different lithograph of 
the same, 4to. Together, 2 pieces. 

2045. JOLY (M. De) A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Dec. 7, 179!). On money 

matters. 

2046. JoMARD (Edme pRANgois— French archaeologist and geographer, ac- 

companied the army to Egypt in 1798; contributed to the introduc- 
tion of the great "'Description of Egypt.") A.N. in third person. 
8vo. Paris, February 25, 1842. 

2047. JoMiNi (Henri — general, aide-de-camp to Ney, presented to Bonaparte 

on the field of Austerlitz, and eminent writer on strateg}\) A.L.S. 
'*' General Jomini," 4 pp. 4to. June 18-28. n.y. To M. Wagner. 

All important and most interesting letter in which he speaks of the 
battle of Areola, where Napoleon had said that it was the only time in 
a game of dice, he had ever staked his whole life, present and to come, 
with every chance of losing. 

Interesting details are given of the l)attle of Dresden, and of the mis- 
takes made by the Allies, also of his work, probably that of the " Critical 
and Military History of the Campaigns of the Revolution." etc. 

2048. JoMiNi (Henri). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p.n.d. To a firm of booksellers. 

Informing them that a package of MSS. has been left with a porter. 

2049. JoMiNi (Henri). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Vigneron del. 

Lithograph after a stipple. S\a. 

2050. JoMiNi (Henri). Portrait, half length in uniform. Gleyre del. 1860. 

Lithograph on India paper. 4to. Also another portrait, full length 
in uniform. Together, 2 pieces. 

2051. Jones ( In igo— eminent English architect). Portrait, full bust in oval. 

Engraved by Val. Green after Van Dyke. Mezzotint. 8vo, cut to 
plate mark, with portions of text cut away. 

2052. Jones (Paul). Portrait, full length from original drawing taken from 

the life aboard the Serapis. 4to. London 1779 [later impression] 

2053. Jones (Paul). Combat memorable donne le 22 7bre. 17 79 entre le 

Capitaine Pearson commandant le Serapis, et Paul Jones command- 
ant le Bon-Homme-Rieliard. Line engraving. Folio, (cut to plate 
mark, portion of front cut away). 

2054. Jones (Paul). Paul Jones the Pirate. Line engraving. Full length 

in uniform, pistol in one band and cutlass in the other. Svo. 

London, [circa 1806] 



2055. Jones (Paul). Portrait, half length, wearing cocked hat. Line en- 

graving. Unsigned. 8vo, 

2056. Jones (Paul), Portrait full bust in uniform, wearing cocked hat. 

Line engraving by Bogerts after Briys. 12nio. Fine impression. 

2057. Jones (Paul). Portrait, full bust wearing cocked hat. Line engrav- 

ing by Barin. 8vo. Paris, [ late impression] 

2058. Jones (Paul). Engagement of Capt. Pearson in His Majesty's Ship 

Serapis, with Paul Jones of the American Ship of War called the 
Bon Homme Eichard. Copper engraving bv Collier after Hamilton. 
Small folio. " [Circa 1790] 

2059. Jones (Paul). Portrait, three-quarter length, in uniform. Line en- 

graving, unsigned. 8vo (repaired). Paris, n.d. 

2060. Jones (Paul). Portrait, half length. Grave par Carl Guttenberg 

dessine par Notte. Line engraving, 4to. 

2061. Jones (Paul). Portrait, half length in nniform. Grave par Carl Gut- 

tenberg, dessine par C. J. N'otte. Line engraving. 4to (thinned 
and repaired). 

2062. Jordan (Camille — French politician and orator). Portrait, half 

length, seated. Grave par H. C. ]\Iullcr, peint. par Mile. Godefroi. 
Line engraving. 4to. 

2063. Josephine, Empress Of France. A.L.S. "Lapagerie Bonaparte," 

1 p. 4to. Paris, Dec. 6, 1799. To one of the ministers, whom she 
urges to consider favorably the affair regarding Citizen Verninat {'f). 
With mezzotint portrait by S. A. Edwards, scratched proof. 

2064. Josephine. L.S. " Josephine," 1 p. folio, Munich, Jan. 8, 1806. To 

her cousin. Cardinal Erskine. A letter of thanks in which she says 
that she believes in the sincerity of his Xew Year's wishes for her. 

2065. Josephine. L. S. "Josephine." 1 p. square 8vo. Paris, April 24, 

1807. To the Minister of War [Davoust], asking permission for a 
Mr. Seymour to visit his father in England. Countersigned^ 
D[avoust], with 3 lines in his autograph. 

2066. Josephine. Portrait full bust. From the original portrait in minia- 

ture by Isabey. Lith. de Villain. Folio. London, n.d. 

2067. Josephine. Portraits, (1) full bust, engraved by J. Wallis, London, 

1815, and (2) full bust, unsigned, on India paper, before letters. 
Together, 2 pieces. 

2068. Josephine. Portraits, (1), full bust, wearing crown, J. E. Marcus 

sculp. Line engraving; (2) full bust, early lithograph, and (3) 
facsimile in colors of a painting. Together, 3 pieces. 

2069. Josephine. Portrait, " Eose Josephine Bonaparte, nee de la Pagerie," 

full bust in oval. Stipple. Unsigned. Open letters. Very early 
portrait. 



2070. JusEriiiNE. Portrait " Giuseppina, Imperatrice de Franeesi e Regina 

(I'ltalia," full bust in oval. Canacci inc. 8vo. 

2071. Josephine. Portrait, half length, wearing crown. Grave par B. 

Larichardiere, dessine par Swebach. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

207,2. J08EPHIXE. Portrait, half length, medallion of Xapoleon around neck. 
Engraved bv J. C. Buttre, also an etched proof of the same, before 
all "letters, "in brown, autographed by the engraver. Together, 2 
pieces. 

2073. Josephine. Portrait, half length wearing crown and jewels. (Engraved 

by Desnoyer). Stipple. Folio. Brilliant proof before all letters. 

2074. Josephine. Portrait, full length seated, letter in hand, military scene 

in background, containing two figures, one of which is probably a 
portrait of Napoleon. An unsigned German copper engraving, en- 
titled " Madame Buonaparte." Small folio, with margins. 

Under the name is the following curious cleseription " Franzosische 
Burgerin, oder vielmehr glucklich zu schatzende Gemahliu der grossten 
Feldherrn unsers Zeitaltens. welehe von ihren vor jetzt zur See dirigende 
General einen Brietliest ". 

2075. Josephine. " Guiseppina Imperatrice dei Franeesi e Regina d'ltalia," 

full length portrait. L. Rados inc. G. B, Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

2076 Josephine. Portrait, full length. Lithograph. Small folio. 

[Paris, ca. 1858] 

2077. Josephine. Portrait, "Me. Lapagere, Moglie del Generale in Capo 

Bonaparte,'-' full bust in oval, wearing flowing head dress. Grave 
par G. Gag, dessine d'apres nature. Stipple. 8vo. 

2078. Josephine. Portrait, "' Rose Josephine Bonaparte, nee de la Pagerie," 

full bust in oval, no head-dress. Dessine d'apres nature et grave en 
1797. Stipple. Open letters. 4to. 

2079. Josephine. Portrait, full bust, wearing crown. " Josephine Impera- 

trice des Fran^-ais et Peine d'ltalie." Stipple. Unsigned. 4to. 

2080. Josephine. Portrait. "Josephine Imperatrix des Francais Raiiie 

D'ltalie," half length, necklace of four ropes of pearls, jewels in hair 
and ears. Stipple. Unsigned. 4to. Wien, n.d. 

2081. Josephine. Portrait, " La Madame du Buonaparte, Premier Consul de 

la Republique Frangaise," full bust, ropes of pearls. Stipple. Un- 
signed. 8vo. 

2082. Josephine. Portrait, " Grand Abito de Sua Maesta I'lmperatrice Gis- 

sefina il giorno dell'Incoronazione," full length. Line and stipple. 
Unsigned. 4to. Verona, n.d. 

2083. Josephine. Portrait, half length. Lithograph in colors after the 

miniature by Isabey. Open letters. Folio. London, n.d. 



2084. JosKPHiXE. Portraits, (1), full bust, Engraved by R. Scott, and (2) 

full bust. Unsigned. Stipples. 8vo. Togetber, 2 pieces. 

London, 1810 and n.d. 

2085. Josephine. Portraits, (1), lull bust; (2) lialf length; (3) colored 

view of the tomb of Josci)liine. Together, 3 pieces. 4to and Svo. 

2086. Josephine, Charles Bonaparte, and Letitia H. Bonaparte. Portraits 

of all, full length, from the Versailles Gallery. 4to. Together, 3 
pieces. 

The reproductions in Sloane's Life of Napoleon were made fiv)ni tha 
above. 

2087. Josephine. Portrait, full length, royal robes, wearing crown. Line 

engraving. Cut to plate mark. Small 4to. 

2088. JouBKHT (BinrrHELKMY C. — French general). AJj.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

July 16, n.y. To General Cervoni. With portrait, full length in uni- 
form. 

Born tlie same year as Napoleon (IKiO), .loubert's brilliant exploits at 
Montebello. Rivoli and in the Tyrol are among the most renowned deeds 
of French arms. 

2089. JouBEKT (Berthelemy C.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mezzotint 

by Levachez, battle scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 
8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2090. JoruDAN (Jean BAPTisxE^^Marshal of France, served under Lafayette 

in the American Revolution). L.S. as General in chief " Jourdan." 
2 pp. folio. General quarters of Stokach, ]\larch 17, 1798. AVitli por- 
trait, full length in uniform. 

An important military document, written shortly after Jourdan had 
been appointed to the command of the Army of the Danube, and with 
mention of several of tlie important generals. It commences " General 
Lefevre shall take liis vanguard tomorrow morning tlie IStli at 6 o'clock 
to Pfnilendorf and camp at the right of that town . . . General 
Lefevre shall pusli his men as near as he can to Atschausen. He will 
receive particular instructions from the general in chief of tlie 2d divi- 
vision. . . . General Lefevre must secure Mengen from the Austrian';. 

■• (ieneral Ferino will encamp his division at the back of Salomow- 
veiller, and keep connection with the second division by outposts. 

"General Sonhaui will take his division to the • left of Pfnilendorf. 
(Jeneral St. Cyr will move the third division near Moskirch. wliich he 
■ will occupy with a strong force. . . . The division of reserve cavalry 

will camp in the villages hack of I'fullei'dorf. . . . 

■' If the generals meet the Austrians in the positions they have been 
nrdereil to take, they must invite them to leave the place. In case they 
refuse, compel them by foi'ce of arms." 

2091. JoiRDAN (Jean Baptiste). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, Jan. 3, ir98. 

To the Executive Directory. Also signed by Guineau, Bordan and 
Gayvernon. 

The writer speaks on behalf of Citizen Cacutte. and urges the Directory 
to permit him to return to the military service. 



2092. JoruDAX (Jeax Bai-ttste). A.L.S. " Jourdan;' 2 pp. 4to. Pans, Au- 

oust 2, 1709. With portrait, full bust in uniform. Unsigned. 
"^ To Citizen Joseph Bonaparte. Councillov of State. A letter of rwom- 
niendation regardiiis Adj.-Gen. Totot aud citizen Petigaud, the latter for 
a position as administrator in the colonies. 

2093. JouHDAX (Jean Baptiste). A.L.S. '• Jourdan." 1 p. folio, Turin, 

June 27, 1800. 

Written the same vear he was sent as Ambassador to the Cisalpine 
Kepnhlic to Citizen I^ertoliati. counsellor of the Prefecture of Doire, say- 
ing that he is sending a copy of No. 12 of the Acts of the General Admin- 
istration, and asking to have same acknowledged. 

2094. JouRDAX (Jeax Bai'TISte). L.8. 1 p. folio, Turin, August (12), 

1801. To M. I'etiet, Councillor of State. 

Ke^'arding the sale of salt belonging to Citizen Gabi, and requesting re- 
cipient to see that the Cisalpine government does not touch the salt, 
until the wishes of the [B^rench] government are known. 

•^095 JoiTKDAX (JkanBaptiste). L.S. 2 pp. folio, Turin, March 12 1803. 
To the Minister of War. Concerning a payment due to a contractor, 
who furnished implements. At foot of p. 2 are two lines in Jourdan's 
autograph, in which he refers to the sending of letters. 

2096. JouRDAX (Jeax Baptiste). L.S. 1 p. folio, Kouen, Oct. 24, 1814. To 
Count Dessolles, Minister of State, asking- him to place the Chevalier 
de Segur in the new organization of the Xational Guard. 

•^097 JouKDVX (Je^x Baptiste). Receipt at end of a form-letter signed by 

'■ * Jourdan, Paris, August 10, 1825. 2 pp. folio, with addressed por- 

tion. Also, signature of J. Leboeuf, of the Legion of Honor. 

2098. Joi-RDAX (Jeax Baptiste). L. S. '' Ml. Jourdan," 1 p. 4to. Paris, Au- 

o-ust 31, 1830. , . . 

" Asking that a M. Yerdum, otiicial inspector, be allowed to stay at 
Toulouse, if possible. 

2099. [JoniDAX (Jeax Baptiste).] A.D.S. by Jean Baptiste Fritot, 4 pp. 

folio, n.p. Oct. 7, 1797. 

\n interesting and important document, with autograph annotation of 
14'liues including signature, of .Jourdan in which he says that the writer 
has been cruellv opi-ressed, and hopes that his petition will be favor:ibly 
received \lso with an s line annotation by Pierre F. Augerean, Due 
de Castiglioue. in which he says that Fritot is a good Republican, aud 

"ST^^N'a mition to the Directors of the Republic of Franc^ 
and readsT part that the Royalist faction was working for the ruin of 
France, that the writer was arrested and imprisoned by the Royalists, 
etc. 

•nOO JocRD^x (Jeax Baptiste). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mezzotint 
by Levachez, l)attle scene, and biographical notice m script beneath. 
8vo on small folio sheet. 

2101 J0URD4.X (Jeax Baptiste). Portrait, full bust in uniform. F.Bonne- 
ville del. sculp. Stipple. Fine impression, with margins. 8vo. 

O102 JouRD^x (Jeax Baptiste). Portrait, full bust in uniform Line en- 

^ ■ oravina. Unsigned. 8vo. ^ ^apob, n.d. 



2103. JouRDAX (Jkax Baptiste). Portrait, full length in uuii'orm. Peint 

par Vien. 8vo. 

2104. JoYEUSE (Cardinal Franqois Df-: — confidential minister of Henry III, 

Henry IV and Louis XIII, 1562-1615.) D.S. containing a settle- 
ment of the debts incurred by President Sequier and Cardinal de 
Joyeuse during the guardianship of Marie de 5lontpensier, who later 
became the wife of Gaston d'Orleans. 3 pp. folio. July 2, 1()08. 

2105. Joyeuse (^Iaiiie De Batakxay De — wife of Guiilaunie de Joyeuse, who 

distinguished himself in the war against the French Protestants and 
was created Marshal of France in 15S2). Peceipt signed on vellum. 
October 14, 1588. In a wrapper with notes in the handwriting of 
Silvio Pellico. 

2106. JuLLiEX (CoMTE — French General). L.S. 3 pp. folio. Yannes, Oct. 

3, 1806. 

Contains a statement concerning tlie kidnapping and liolding for ran- 
som of the Bisliop of Yannes and tiis secretary, and asking permissir/n 
to puhlisli. in all the churches of the diocese. Warning Bulletins urging 
upon all who may have knowledge of the affair to communicate with the 
proper authorities, or. otherwise, to suffer tlie penalty of excommunica- 
tion. 

2107. JuxoT (AxDOCHE, Due D'Abeaxtes — distinguished French general, 

favorite of Napoleon). L.S. '• Junot," 1 p. folio. May 11, 1802. 
To the Minister of Justice. 

Relative to the iuiprisoniiieut of Frangois Thomas. " Regarding your 
letter of May Gth I have been searching the judgment of which you de-sire 
a copy, but the books of the first court-martial of this division do not 
show any soldier sentenced to five years' imprisonment under the name 
of FrauQois Thomas." The minister has written a few words in bottom 
left hand corner, giving instructions to classify this document. 

2108. JuxoT (Andoche, Due D'Abraxtes). L.S., 2 pp. 4 to. Paris, May 

4, 1807. To the Minister of War [Berthier], correcting a sentence in 
a former letter which might have been misinterpreted, and requesting, 
in 6 lines on margin in his autograph, that report and this letter be 
forwarded together to the Emperor. 2 portraits. 

2109. Jux'OT (AxDOCHE, Due D'Abkax'tes). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, June 

28, 1807. 

To General Thiebault (the commander of a brigade at Austerlitz). 
" You do not need any letter of introduction, my dear General, the 
Emperor knows you and wishes to help you. I'our letter arrived while I 
was away, this is the reason I did not answer you. . . . Your friend, 
Junot." 

2110. Jux'OT (AxDOCiiE, Due D'Abraxtes). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio, Zara, Mav 

9, 1813. 

A fine autograph letter, signed " Le Due d'Abrant^s," written at Zara, 
tlie capital city of Dalmatla, shortly before liis death iu July, 1S13, to M. 
Le Baron, general director of Conscription, regarding certain documents 
he (Junot) had in his ])ossession. and that he had given orders to all the 
captains to notify him how manj* recruits they had and were likely to get, 
with their financial standing, etc. 



2111. Ji'N'OT (Akdoche, Due D'Abrantes). A.L.S. 1 p. 1-^mo. n.p.n.d. 

To ^ladam **** (?) informing her that he is departing for St. 
Cloud and will do all in his power to grant her request. With por- 
trait, full bust in uniform. 

2112. JuNOT (Andoche, Due D'Abrantes). Portrait, full l)ust in uniform, 

wearing cocked hat. D'apres le portrait original peint par Gres. 
Lithograph. Fine. 

2113. JuNOT (AxDOCHE, Duc D'Abrantes). Portrait, full length in uni- 

form, sword in left hand, after Eaverat. 8vo. 

2114. JuNOT (Andoche, Dec D'Abrantes), Portrait, full length in uni- 

form. Peint par Raverat. 8vo, also portrait of his wife. Together, 
2 pieces, 

2115. JuNOT (Andoche, Duc D'Abrantes). Portrait, full length in uni- 

form. Steel engraving after Raverat, Small folio, 

21 IG, JuNOT (Lauee P,, Duchesse D'Abrantes, author of " Memoirs of his- 
torical souvenirs of Xapoleon"). A,L,S. ''La Duchess D'Abrantes," 
4 pp, 12mo, n.p. Oct, 11, no year. With portrait. To M. U. Tour- 
ton, a banker at Paris. 

Asking that a cheque for 100 fr. be cashed, etc. 

2117. Junot (Laure P., Duchesse D'Abrantes). Portrait, three-quarter 

length, seated, Lith. de Tliierry Freres. Folio. India paper, 

2118. Junot (Laure P., Duchesse D'Abrantes). A.L.S, of the grand- 

mother of the Duchesse D'Abrantes signed, " grandmother,'' 2 pp. 
8vo, undated, hoping that the duchess' illness is over, etc. 

2119. IvELLERMAN (Franqois C, Duc De Val:my — Marshal of France, com- 

mander of the Army of the Alps). L,S. 1 p, folio, Grenoble, Julv 
31, 1793, 

To M. Noel who has asked for military protection, telling him that he 
will take his recommendation into consideration, and give him a company 
of light cavalry. 

2120. IvELLERMAN (FRANC.OIS C, Duc De Valmy). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio. Head- 

quarters, Lyons, July 19, 1797. To the President of the Executive 
Directory. With portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Regarding tlie condition of affairs at Lyons, and saying tliat no out- 
break seems imminent, also speaks of his own movements. 

2121. Kellerman (Franqois C, Duc De Yalmy). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Paris, 

Jtme 6, 1804. To ^I. Yiaftner. chief engineer of the 6th class of the 
Imperial Guards of Bridges and Roads. With portrait, full length in 
uniform, receiving a decoration at the hands of Pope Pius YII (plate 
cut close and mounted). 

A long, important and very interesting letter regarding costs, plans, 
etc., for the erection of his " Senatorial House."' 

" I have received, my dear Yiaftner, your letter ... I Imd 
already given the plan and the estimate of my senatorial house to the 



■"t chancellor . . . (hci was frightened by the result (if tlic estimate, 

and so was I, as I did not look at the estimate befor<' havinj^ been told 
by yon that the total expenses would not amount to more than eighty- 
two tliousand francs," etc., which express in minute detail wliat the 
various rooms sliould he built of, how the.v should be decorated, etc., and 
with mention that all " the ornaments of the garden will I>e as designed, 
and in the Knglish garden will be a summer house." 

212'^. Kelleuman (Fj;ancois C, Due De Yalmy). L.S. Oh. folio. Heacl- 
quarters at 8trasburg, Jan. 15 (or 19), 1806. To jVIarshal Bertliicr, 
iMinister of War. 

Stating that he has ordered the transfer of one hundred conscripts 
from his regiment to the 12th regiment of cuirassiers. 

2123. Kellehmax (Francois ('.. Due De Valmy). A. L.S. " le Mai. Sen- 

ator, Due de Valmy," 1 p. 4to. Paris, Mareh 17, l.Sll. 

To General Dalbignae regretting that for the time being he is unable 
to find a position for a protege of liis. 

2124. Kellermax (Francois C, Due De Yalmy). A.L.S. 1 p. -tto. Paris, 

Dec. 16, 1831. 1\) Baron du St. Marc. Signed " Le Due de Yalmy." 

Aslving that the recipient take interest in the demand of M. Gautray, 
former aide-de-cami» of <Jeneral Carriei". for the decoration of tlie Legion 
of Honor, and saying that in lso!i. shortly after the battle of Albade 
Toruier. the writer made apjilication for the decoration. 

2125. Kellerman (Francois C, Due De Yalmy). Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. Texier sculp. Moreau del. Line engraving, 8vo. 

Paris, n.d. 

2126. Kellermax (Francois C, Due De Yalmy). Portrait, full bust in 

uniform, 1. De Eoode sculps. Pasquieci del. Stipple. 8vo. 

212T. Kellermax (Francois C, Due De Yalmy). Portrait, three-quarter 
length in uniform, standing, battle scene in background. German 
copper engraving, entitled " Kellerman General der Franzosischen 
Republik der Kroberer von Savoyen."" Small folio. 

2128. Kellermax (Fran(jois C. Due De Yalmy). Portrait, full length in 

uniform, holding cocked hat in right hand. Grave par Bourgeois, 
dessine par Hilaire. Stipple. 4to, with margins. Fine impression, 
although slightly creased in places. 

2129. Kellerman (Francois E., Due De Yalmy,, son of General F. C. 

Kellerman, served under Xapoleon in Italy, was at Waterloo). A.L.S. 
1 p. 4to. Paris, April 30, 1835. To the President of the Court of 
Justice. 

A letter explaining why lie. owiuir to illness, was not able to attend to 
some work. The letter is signed " Due de Valmy." 

2130. Kemble (Johx Philip — eminent FInglish tragedian). Portrait, as 

" Polio," full length. Engraved by H. Dawe after Sir Thomas Law- 
rence. Mezzotint. Proof in open letters. Small folio. 



2131. KiarPKLEX (Wolfgang Vox — famous mechanical gcniii?, inventor of 

the Chess j\rachine). D.S. 2 pp. folio (with report of the Solicitor- 
Ceneral to the king relative to petition, 2 pp. folio). London, March 
5-G, 1784. (2 pieces). With autograph of Lord Sydney. 

The oRiciiNAi, application of Von Keiii])elen for letters-pateut in 
Great Britain for his Reaction Macliine set in motion by fire, air, water, 
or any tiuid, &c. Von Kempelen was tlie inventor of tlie wonderfnl Anto- 
maton Chess-lMayer, whicli. altliouuli opposed by tlie best players in 
Kurope, was always victorious. He also invented the talking-machine. 

2132. Kergolay (A. D.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris. July 11, 1842. Wants to 

borrow a hook from the Eoyal Library. 

2133. KiLMAiNE (CHAitLES J. — general, born in Dublin, served under Na- 

poleon in Italy). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Bonneville del. 
et sculp. Stipple. 8vo. 

2134. Kleber (Jean Baptiste — French general-in-chief, succeeded Napoleon 

in Egypt, and was assassinated there, 1800). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, 
Headquarters at Vaneberg, Oct. 4, 1T94. To General in Chief Jour- 
dan. With portrait. 

Kleber informs .Jourdan that when he and his men reach Dusseldorf 
he will expect orders from Jourdan. Hopes he (Jourdan) will enable 
him to close the campaign with the capture of Maestricht. 

2135. Kleber (Jean Baptiste). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Alexandria. ITOr. To 

the Commissary Colasse. 

Written shortlj after he left his retreat at the request of Bonaparte 
for the Egyptian Campaign. It is an order foi- certain supplies to be use<l 
In a celebration of Sept. 22. 

2130. Kleber (Jean Baptiste). L.S. (in 2 places), 1 p. folio. Cairo, le 
12 Floreal, I'An 8 [May 1, 1800], requesting the paymaster-general 
to set aside a sum of money for his disposition. With portrait. 
Signed by Kleber a month before his assassination. 

2137. Kleber (Jean Baptiste). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint bv 

Levachez, battle scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 8vo, 
on small folio sheet. 

2138. Kleber (Jean Baptiste). Portrait, full bust in uniform. F. Bonne- 

ville del. et sculp. Stipple. 8vo. 

2139. Kleber (Jean Baptiste). Portrait, full length in uniform, and rep- 

resentation of the Assassination of General Kleber in Egypt. To- 
gether, 2 pieces. 

2140. Kleber, Moreau, Augereau, and others. Portraits, mainly in uniform. 

8vo, and 12mo, no duplicates. 20 pieces. 

2141. Klein (Dominique L. A.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stii)plc. 

Unsigned. 8vo. 

2142. Koella (Johannes — painter, b. 1740). Portrait, full length, at easel. 

J. E. Haid sculp. Aug. \'ind K7(), Johann Koclhi [unxit. ^lezzo- 
tint. Folio. Small maruiiis. 



2143. KosCTUSZKO (Thaddri-s— illustrious Polish patriot, fought in American 

war). Portrait, full hust in oval. C. Josi sculpt. Grassi jiinxt. 
Stipple. Folio (margins cut away). 

2144. KosciuszKO (Thaddeus). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Vlad. 

Oleszczynski del. Lithograph. India paper. 4to. 

2145. KoHNEN (Henri). L.S. 2 pp. folio, Bremen, Dec. 2, 1763. Regard- 

ing the appearance of certain men before the King of Great Britain. 

2146. KosTowsKY (Pierre— Prince, decorated with the golden eagle). A.L.S. 

(third person), with signature on addressed side in addition, 1 p. 8vo. 
London, n.d., with seal. 

2147. Kralewski (August— General of Brigade in the Polish legion of the 

Danube). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio, Heydell)erg, Xov. 5, 1799. 

To General DessoUe re(]nestiug leave to visit Paris to see his patron 
General Bertliier. 

2148. Krayenhoff (Cornelius E. — Dutch general, minister of war under 

Louis Bonaparte). L.S. 2 pp. folio, Amsterdam, Feb. 20, 1811. 

To the Minister of War relating to surveys. The writer took an active 
part in the campaigns of Zealand in lS0."j-lS0<)-lS07. 

2149. Krieg (G.— General). L.S. 3 pp. folio. Eennes, Julv 24, 1797. 

To M. Carnot. 

An exceedingly interesting letter complaining that the garrison of Belle 
Isle was in a most deplorable state, being frequently two and three 
months -without pay or provisions, and that they were compelled to pillage 
the inhabitants. Also complains that many of the officers under his com- 
mand were noted for their profligacy and immorality, and tliat many 
frauds were committed in the commissariat department. 

On the front page are three lines in the autograph of Lazare Nicholas 
M. Carnot. to whom the letter is addressed, which says that this letter 
has to be sent to the Minister of War. The lines are signed •' Carnot." 

2150. Krusexsterx (Adam John — Royal Russian Commodore and world 

navigator). A.L.S., 3 pp. 12mo (in English). [Place and day of 
month undecipherable], 1844. Mentions funeral of the Grand 
Duchess Alexandra of Russia, his diploma from the Brazilian His- 
torical Society, kc. With portrait and biographical note. 

Krusenstern discovered the Orloff Islands, and added much to the 
geography of Australia, China and .Japan. His invention for securing 
the magnetic needle against the influence of cannon, t&c, was introduced 
by the Russians in 1S25. 

2151. KuTUSOW (]\ricnAEL L. G. — Russian commander-in-chief). Portrait, 

'three-quarter length in uniform. Engraved by Hopwood from an 
original drawing. Stipple. Open letters. 4to. London, 1813 

2152. KuTisow (Michael L. G.). " Principo Kutusow-Smolenskio, Feld- 

maresciallo russo," full length in uniform. Rados inc. Bramati dis. 
Stipple. 8vo. 



2153. Labakoliehe (^French general). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Besanc-on, le 15 

Ventose, I'An V. [March 5, 1797]. To the Minister of War, stating 
that he has been instructed to watch the frontiers carefully so as to 
.prevent the return of emigrants that way, that he is to prevent as 
far as possible the exportation of corn, &c. With plate of Laba- 
roliere's coat-of-anns. 

2154. Labedoyere (Charles A. H., Comte De — French general, one of the 

last to leave the field of Waterloo). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p. March 5, 
1788. To M. Le Bas regarding a certain measure, &c. 

2155. Labedoyere (Charles A. H., Comte De). A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo. in- 

eluding addressed portion. Paris, Feb. 18, [1814], requesting a 
gentleman to call upon him. With portrait. 

2156. Labedoyere (Charles A. H., Comte De). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, n.p. May 

22, 1814. 

A personal letter in wliii-h the writer requests that some ineniorauda 
be returned. 

2157. Labedoyere (Charles A. H., Comte De). Portrait, full bust. Line 

engraving. Unsigned. 8vo, 

2158. Labedoyere (Charles A. IL, Comte De). Portrait, full bust. Line 

engraving. Unsigned. 4to. 

2159. Laborde De Merville (M.— deputy). Portrait, full bust in oval. 

Courbe sculp. Labadye del. Line engraving. 8vo. Pans, n.d. 

2160. Laborde De Mereville (T. Joseph— celebrated financier). A.L.S. 

1 p. 4to. Paris, ]*[ay 10, 1787. To :^L Perregaus on money affairs. 

2161. Labrador (Pedro G.— Spanish Minister at the Congress of Vienna). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, July 20, 1835, enclosing two receipts lor 
money. 

2162. Lacepede (B. G. E. De— French naturalist, author of " Natural His- 

tory of Fishes," and many other works). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, Aug. 22, 
1817, correcting errors he made in a previous letter, and informing 
M. Lagrange that he will not visit Paris until the following Tuesday. 
With 2 portraits. 

2163. Lachaise (Baron— French general). L.S. 2 pp. 4to [Arras], Aug. 5, 

1808. To the Mayor, relative to the petition of the Protestant fam- 
ilies for nominating members of the Consistory, &e. 

2164. Lacombe Saint-Michel (Pierre J.— one of the principal actors in 

the attack on the Bastille). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Pans [April 2, 
1797]. To the ]ilinister of Finance asking him to have Damarzit 
paid a certain sum due him. The foregoing is written on the reverse 
of a letter (2 pp.) by Damarzit in which he asks to have paid to liim 
the sum of 19664 fr. which he loaned to help the army in Corsica. 

2165. Lacombe Saint-Michel (Pierre J.). L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, le 

11 Fructidor, I'An 10 [Aug. 29, 1802]. To General [Gassend], 
relating to certain demands of the Minister of War, wliicli will be 
granted, &c. 



'?l(!(i. Lacoste (DuviviEi{^(i','nt'r;il of Division). A.T..S. 1 p. 4to. Com- 
iiicrcy, July 2iK 1810. 
To M. Fririon, ('omptrDlU'r-jiciieral, ro.^arding his AIontclK'llo medal. 

2101. Lacoste (Jii. — Surgeon in chiof of the .army). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. 
Florence, le 14 Messidor, FAn 9 (July 1, ISOl]. To Citizen Seiti- 
raux. general paymaster of the army of Italy, relative to his pay 
which he has not as yet received. With plate of Lacoste's coat-of- 
arms. 

!"?1()S. Fackoix (Paul — French writer, known hest under the |jseudonym of 
P. L. Jacoh, Bibliophile). L.S. 3 ])p. 18mo, including addressed por- 
tion. [Paris], July F FS52. To M. Orille, asking about his health, 
and commenting u])on his book '' Pele-Mele." With portrait. 

■?1()9. Lactke (J. fi. — French general, inemlx'r of the Council of State). 
A.L.S. 1 p. -Ito. Xo place, May. F^o;;. Witli portrait. Ad. Gode- 
froy, direxit. 

To Talle.vrand. Minister of the Interior, asking for the confirmation of 
a position obtained b.v Citizen Ste. Lule, a famil.v friend. 

2170. Lacuee (J. G.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Meyer del. Stipple. 
4to. 

2F:1. Lafayette (:\rAnQrTs De). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 17, 1791. 

A letter of recommendation regarding M. Ha bos for a position in the 
National Gendarmer.v (foot and mounted police). 

2172. Lafayette (jMauquis De). A.L.S. (initials " L. F."). 1 p. small 4to. 

Lagrange. Oct. 9, 1817. Announces his return to Lagrange, speaks 
of his father-in-law's health, mentions a few political facts, etc. 

2173. Lafayette (IMarquis De). A.L.S. 2 pp. small 4to, including the 

addressed portion. Lagrange, [July] 2, 1823. To M. Bertemy con- 
cerning the purchase of a fire-engine. 

2174. Lafayette (Makquis De). A.N.S. 1 p. oblong 12mo. Lagrange. 

Dec. 16, 1827. stating that he did not have time to visit the Colonel 
while he was in Paris, but trusts that he will soon receive justice. 

217o. Lafayette (Marquis De). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Lagrange. Dec. 18. 
1827. To General Mathieu Dumas, telling him that he has seen his 
son. that he is returning to Paris early in January, that his daughter 
is to be married soon, &c. 

2170. Lafayette (Marquis De). Short A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. Lyon, Sept. 7, 
1829, sending best wishes for the happiness of a friend of his friends. 

217 7. [Lafayette (Marquis De)]. A petition of Mme. Dubois Cerhault, 
1 p. 4to, containing a long and interesting autograph annotation by 
Lafayette, signed, n.p. (1829). 

Lafayette urges the Minister of the Interior (to whom the petition is 
addressed) to grant the petition, as slie is also recommended b.v the 
nin.vor and sub-i)retect of Meaux. 



2i:8. Lafayette (Makquis De). A.N.S. on the side of an A.L.S. of M. 

Forel, the latter of whom is asking- the Minister of the Interior to 

give him an appointment. 1 p. folio, Paris, Aiioust 5, 1830. 

The Lafayette portion is an aiito.i,'rai»hie recommendation; another is 
iu the autograph of Lahau. 

21T9. Lafayette (.Makquis De). Short A.L.S. oblong 24mo. La Grange, 
Nov. 1. no year, sending ^Madame ]MoIlier a letter from her son. 

2180. Lafayette (Marquis De). A.L.S. with initials, 1 p. 4to. Lagrange, 

April 1-1, no year. On business matters, to a friend of his. 

2181. Lafayette (Marquis De). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. May 10, no year. 

Requests the Minister of the ]\Iarine to do something for a friend 
of his. 

2182. Lafayette (^Lvrquis De). A.L.S. with initials, 1 p. 8vo. Saturday 

night, n.p.n.d. Relative to a house for his son-in-law. 

218."). Lafayette (Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform, on pedestal, 
entitled " Hotel (Autel) de la Liberte," Prudence holding the crown 
of immortality over his head, etc. Invente et compose par Lagardette, 
tils du graveur. Small folio. In colors, portions probably touched 
up by hand. Paris (ca. 1793) 

2184. Lafayette (■\La.rquis De). An uncolored copy of the preceding 

print. 4to. 

2185. Lafayette (]\rARQUis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Ed. Gos- 

selin, sculp. 1895 [1T95]. Mezzotint. 8vo. 

2186. Lafayette (Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Hardi- 

villier 1833. Line engraving. Proof before inscription, on India 
pajjer. 8vo. 

2187. Lafayette (Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform, ^lezzo- 

tint (by Levachez), battle scene and biographical account in script 
beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2188. Lafayette (Marquis De). Portrait, full Inist in uniform. KauiT- 

mann lith. 4to. 

2189. Lafayette (Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Line en- 

graving. Proof before letters or inscription. 4to. 

2190. Lafayette (Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Line en- 

graving. Unsigned. 8vo, with margins. 

2191. Lafayette (Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in oval. Boutran sculpt. 

IMme. Meyer del. Line and stipi)Ie. 4to. Paris, n.d, 

2192. Lafayette (Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Bollinger 

sc. Stipi^le. 8vo. 

2193. Lafayette (^Lvrquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. 

IJnsii>ned. Printed in colors. 



21!)4. Lafayette (Marquis J)e). Portrait, full hiist in unifonn. battle 
scene and biojjraphical account in scrijjt beneatli. Levachez sculp. 
Mezzotint. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2195. Lafayette (Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in unifonn. Line en- 
graving. Unsigned. 8vo, with margins. 

219(). Lafayette (Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in oval. P.outriau 
sculp. Mme. Meyer del. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

2197. Lafayette (Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Kauff- 

mann lith. 4to. 

2198. [Lafayette (Marquis De).] French caricature " Garre aux Faux 

Pas," containing portrait of Lafayette in uniform, beating the drum, 
also portraits of Bailly, Brissot, and others. Mezzotint, l^nsigned, 
margins cut away ancl creased. 4to. 

2199. Lafay'Ette and Others. Signatures to a petition of Brigadier Pradie 

for an advanced position. To Marshal Gerard, with 6 lines and sig- 
nature in the autograph of Lafayette, and signatures of several other 
officers. D.S. 1 p. folio, [n.p.n.d.] 

2200. Laffitte (Jacques — the famous French financier, " Xapoleon's 

banker"). Signature to Promesse de Mandat Territorial for 100 
francs, 28 Ventose, I'an IV [1796]. Oblong 12mo, hinged on card- 
board. 

2201. Laffitte (Jacques). L.S. 1 p. -ito. Paris, May 23, 1818. Business 

letter concerning the paying out of £025. Portrait. 

2202. Lafontenelle (Geatiex — French ofiScer). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Luxem- 

bourg le 12 Ventose, 1' An II [March 2, 1794], writing to ascertain 
the reasons for his arrest, and requesting the forwarding of his 
colonel's comiuission. 

2203. LAtiARDE (Chauveau — French advocate of Louis XVI). A.L.S. 2 pp. 

4to, including addressed portion. Paris, Dec. 12, 1808, acknowledg- 
ing the receipt of printed j^apers, &c. Portrait. 

2204. Lagarde (Pierre — Director-General of Police in the Venetian prov- 

inces). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, le ler Nivose, I'An 13 [Dec. 21, 
1804]. To the Councillor of State, requesting that a certain journal 
be allowed free circulation, &c. 

2205. Lagarde (Pierre). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Melun, Nov. 8, 1806. With 

portrait. 

Recommendatory letter to M. le Grand. 

2206. Lagrange (Joseph De — French general). L.S. 1 p. folio. Cairo, 

le 6 Brumaire, I'An 9 [Oct. 27, 1800], returning to a certain citizen 
a petition referring to a gratuity. With portrait. 



2207. Lagkave (Beenaeu — Kepresentative of the People). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to. 

Paris, March 27, 1799. To Citizen Desandrevuin, ex-member of the 
Coristitutent Assembly. 

Informing recipient that there are no documents stating that lie (re- 
cipient) had protested against the decree abolishing the nobility. 

2208. Laiiorie (V. A. F. De — French general, implicated in the Pichegru 

conspiracy). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Salzburg, le 28 Pluviose, I'An IX 
[Feb. 16, 1801]. To the ^Minister of Finance requesting him to 
interest himself in a family upon whose property the army has en- 
croached, &c. 

2209. Laixe (Joseph H. J. — French statesman, gave great offense to Napo- 

leon). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, Feb. 12, 1817. Informs the presi- 
dent of the Chamber of Peers that the king will receive deputation 
therefrom, &c. Portrait. 

2210. Laine (Joseph H. J.). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Sept. 22, 1818. To 

the President of the Royal Polytechnic School. With portrait. 

2211. La.tard (Pierre A. — French statesman). L.S. also by others, 1 p. 

folio, Paris, June 18, 1792. Official business. 

2212. La.jard (Pierre A.). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, July 23, 1792. 

On military affairs. 

2213. Lakaxal (Joseph — member of the Convention, came to the United 

States, and was welcomed by Jefferson). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio, May- 
ence, Sept. 30, 1799. To the Minister of War, Dtibois Crance. 

Asking the recipient to give him the command of four departments at 
Luxembourg. 

2214. Lalaxce (Alexaxdee — French general). L.S. 1 p. folio. Headquar- 

ters at Port au Prince (Hayti), April 8, 1803. To Citizen Daure, 
Prefect of the Colony. Stating that no more money for a certain 
department is to be spent after March 21. 

2215. LALLEiiAXD (Charles F. A. — French general, commanded a division 

at Waterloo, sought refuge in the United States, and attempted to 
found a colony in Texas). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Calamonte, ^lay 29, 
1810. To the paymaster, informing him that a note has not been 
received, etc. 

2216. Lallemaxd (Charles F. A.). A.L.S. 4 pp. 8vo, including addressed 

portion. Le Gara [Spain], April 7, 1810. To officer Duclos, re- 
questing him to pay out certain sums, asking him to see Collier about 
wine, &c. 

2217. Lallemaxd (Charles F. A.). A.L.S. 2 pp. 8vo, including addressed 

portion. Calamonte near Madrid, June 14, 1810. To officer Duclos, 
informing him that list of salaries will be forwarded, warning him 
not to let Collier escape, &c. 

2218. Lallemaxd (Charles F. A.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. 

Unsigned. 8vo. 



•2319. Lally (Thomas Arthur, Comte De — French general, executed for 
treason in nGG). A.L..S. 1 p. small 4to. Paris, Jan. 5, H 18. Men- 
tions that the Prince of Wales is interested in certain peoiile who 
are in great distress, &c. Portrait. 

2220. Lally (Thomas Arthur, Comte De). N.S. 1 p. Svo. I'aris, May 

18, 1762, acknowledging the receipt of a sum of money. 

2221. Lally-Tollendal (Trophime G., Marquis De — French orator and 

writer, son of the preceding). A.L.S. 2 pp. -Ito. Picinnond, June 
36, 1801. Eelative to money left "by our poor friend the Duchess 
reigning of Bouillon, &c." 

2222. Lally-Tollexdal (Trophime G., Marquis De). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to. 

Brussels, ^May 23, 1811. Thanks his friend, the Duke, for giving his 
son-in-law an appointment, recommends another for a position, &c. 
Portrait. 

2223. Lally-Tollexdal (Trophime G., ]\Iarquis De). Portrait, full bust 

in oval. Mezzotint by Levachez, scene beneath, also biographical 
notice in script. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2224. Lally-Tollexdal (Trophime G., Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in 

oval. Courhe sculp. Moreau del. Line engraving. Svo. 

2225. Laloy. [Member of the Council of 500]. L.S. 1 p. square Svo. St. 

Malo, Jan. 31, IT 93. From the Mayor, &c. of St. Malo, sending 
copies of their account, and informing the Administration of the 
appearance of counterfeit assignats. Contains 4 other signatures. 

2226. Lamarque (Maximiliex' — French general, joined Xapoleon on his re- 

turn from Elba). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Headquarters, Xaples, Jan. 13, 
1808. To the Minister of War. 

Informing the Minister that the regiment at Naples is badly in need of 
supplies. 

2227. Lamarque (Maximiliex). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to. Gironne, ^iarch 2, 1814. 

With portrait and printed biographical account. 

A very long and interesting military letter. He believes that only a 
series of miracles can save Paris. " We would be successful everywhere 
if tlie Emperor were everywhere."' Contains details regarding the armies 
of Generals Marshal Soult and Wellington. " The iSpanish cari-y on war 
like the barbarians of the North. On the other hand the lOnglisli main- 
tain good discipline, they have some regard for people and even ]iroperty," 
etc., with mention of tlie disloyalty of Murat and Wellington, the latter 
of whom he say.s "will very likely force them (the French) to pass the 
I'yrenees again," etc. 

2228. Lamartilliei!E (Comte De — French general). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio. 

Bordeaux, Xov. 16, 1806. To the Minister of War, advising that he 
has not received list of men eligible for service in the National 
Guard, &c. A^'iew of his monument. 

2229. Lamartixe (Alphoxse De- — French poet and historian). A.L.S. 1 p. 

12mo. n.p.n.d., regretting that he cannot call that evening, but to- 
morrow " for vou alone." 



2230. Lamhali.k (Makik Theuese L., Pkixcess De — wife of the Prince of 
Laniballe, favorite attendant of Queen Marie Antoinette, niurderecl, 
and her head taken on a pike to that Queen, 1793). L.S. " M. L. T. 
de Savoye," 1 p. 12mo. Versailles, July 31, 1778, A request to help 
M. Leniercier in registering his letters of nobility granted by his 
Majesty. 

33;31. Lamballe (Marie Therese L., Prixcess De). Portrait, half length 
in oval. Gravee par Ruotte, dessine par Danloux en 1791. Stipple. 
8vo. 

22'32. Lamballe (Marie Therese L., Princess De — Portrait, full length. 
G. A. Sasso inc., G. B. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

2233. Lambert (Charles William— comptroller of finance). L.S. 1 p. 

folio, Paris, Oct. 21, 1790. Eegarding instructions given by the king. 

2234. Lamberti (Luigi, Comte De — Member of the coimcil of the Cisalpine 

Pepublic). A.L. in third person, unsigned. 2 pp. 4to., inchuling 
addressed portion. May 4 [1806]. To Count d"i\.ntraigues. acknowl- 
edging receipt of his letter with enclosure of £10. for M. dc Guil- 
hermy. Portrait. 

2235. Lambreciits (P. J., Comte De — Minister of Justice). L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Paris, le 11 Prairial. I'An VII [May 30, 1799]. To the Comptrollers 
of Customs, Avith his decisions respecting their appeal to the Court 
of Cassation, &:c. 

223(). Lametii (Alexandre De — French revolutionist, aide-de-camp to Eoch- 
ambeau in the American war, general in the army of Lafayette). 
L.S. 4 pp. folio, Turin, Jan. 2, 1811. To the general diiector in 
charge of salt and tobacco. 

Announcing that tobacco is to be sold in the liospitals and prisons, 
and rhat the committee in charge will name the price of same. 

2237. Lametii (Alexanuke De). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Amiens, May 2, 1819. With 

portrait. Regards the forwarding of a letter. 

2238. Lametii (Alexandre De). Portrait, full bust in oval. P. M. Alix 

sculp. Mezzotint. 8vo. I'ai'is, n.d. 

2239. Landois, Boucher. GntARD, and others. D.S. 1 p. 4to. Pans, n.d. 

(1795). 
Passport to Madelaine L'Andois euabling her to proceed to Issoudun. 

2240. Landremont. (Commander in Chief of the Array of the Rhine). L.S. 

1 p. folio. Wissembourg, Aug. 26, 1793. Directing that orders be 
given the First Battalion of the Lower Rhine to reassemble imme- 
diately, &c. 

2241. Langeron (Andrault, Comte De — French general in the service of 

Russia). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Dubno, March 26, 1815. Regrets that 
he cannot give details requested concerning the Count's cousin, his 
papers, &c. 



2242. Lanjuinais (Jeax D. — President of tlie House of Deputies, one of 

Napoleon's life-lono; opponents). A.L.b. 1 p. 8vo. Paris, Feb. 23, 
1810. To M. Van Praer. 

2243. Lanjuinais (Jean D.). Portrait, full bust. Litbograph after Boilly, 

1820. 4to. 

2244. Lanjuinais (Jean D.). Portrait, full bust. Litb. de Duearni. 8vo. 

2245. Lannes (Jean — Marsbal of France, one of tlie most celebrate 1 Gen- 

erals under Napoleon, in 54 battles). Signature to portion of letter 
in another hand. Small slip. With portrait, 8vo, a.ul 2 pp. of his 
military genealog}'. (3 pieces.) n.p.n.d. 

One of the rarest of the signatures of Napoleon's Marshals. The 
Emperor said of Lannes tliat " he was at once the Ruhind of the army 
and a giant in capacity." His death is said to have affected Napoleon 
as tliat of no other of his officers. 

224G. Lannes (Jean). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Kenard sc. Meyer 
delt. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

2247. Lannes (Jean). " Mort du Marechal Lannes, (Essling), Due de 

Montebello." Charon sculp. Aubry pinxit. 4to (repaired in places). 

2248. Lannes (Jean). Portraits, (1) "Giovanni Lannes," full length in 

imiform. Biasioli inc. Bosio dis. Stipple; (2) full length in nni- 
form. Lithograph on India paper. Together, 2 pieces. 

2249. Lannes (Jean). Portrait, full length in uniform, standing, military 

scene in background. Charon sculp. Aubry pinx. Mezzotint. Folio 
(slight repairs). 

2250. Lannes (Jean). Portrait, full length in uniform, standing, military 

scene in background. Mezzotint. Unsigned. Small folio. 

Paris, n.d. 

2251. Lannes, Suchet, Junot, and others. Portraits, mainly in uniform. 

8vo, and 12mo, no duplicates. 20 pieces. 

2252. Lannes (Napoleon A., Due De Montebello, son of the famous Mar- 

shal). A.L.S. 3 pp. 12mo. Mont d'Or, July 8 (no year). 

Personal letter with mention of his mother, also of the country through 
which he has been travelling. 

2253. Laplace (Pieere S. — eminent astronomer, nominated Minister of the 

Interior by Napoleon ) . Portraits, (1) full length, Rados inc. Bosio 
dis.; (2) full bust. Stipple and line. 8vo. Together, 2 pieces. 

2254. Laplace (Pierre S.). Portrait, full bust. Lithograph. 4to. 

2255. Laplace (Charles E. P. J. — French general, son of the great astrono- 

mer). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Chateau of Maillon, Nov. 30, n.y. To 
General Gourgaud. 

The writer has just heard of his promotion, says he still desires the 
position of commander of the school of artillery at Vincennes. Thanks 
General (Jourgaud for his good offices, etc. 



2256. Laplaigne and Pepix. D.S. by both. 1 p. folio, Paris, July 2, 1795, 

relative to certain penalties. 

2257. La PiEYXIe (Moxsieur De — Lieutenant General of Police under Louis 

XIV, and the first to give public illumination to the streets of Paris). 
A.L.S. in reference to the workers in gold and silk textiles. Paris, 
May 17, 1665. In a wrapper with notes in the autograph of Silvio 
Pellico. 

2258. Laeoche (Axtoixe — French general). L. counter-signed "Laroche," 

3 pp. 4to. Manche, Jan. 4, 1803. Eegarding the intentions of the- 
English. 

2259. Lakoche (Louis,, Barox C. De) — Bishop of Versailles, and first Al- 

moner to Xapoleon). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Versailles, March 19, 1814. 

2260. La Eocque (C. De — Author and Diplomat). 3 pp. 4to. Barcelona, 

March 6, 1794. 

"The [French] patriots are not attacking; they must be very weak, be- 
cause it is impossible they would ignore our position, which has been ren- 
dered critical by the illnesses . . ." 

2261. Larrey (Domixique Jeax — eminent French surgeon, accompanied 

Bonaparte to Egypt, wounded and taken prisoner at Waterloo). 
A.L.S. 1 p. folio,^ n.p. June 30, 1798. To the General of Division. 
AA'ith portrait. 

Probably written in Egypt, as it was during that year he went there. 
It is a retiuest to have the health officers render him assistance for a short 
time. 

2262. K\REY (Domixique Jeax). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 14, 1841, 

congratulating his nephew, M. Denis Benoist, upon his nomination to 
the Chamber of Deputies, &c. With portrait. 

2263. Las Cases (Emmaxuel A. D. M. J., Comte De). 2 pp. of manuscript 

in the handwriting of Las Cases, with correctioxs ix the auto- 
graph of Napoleox. Small 4to. [St. Helena, circa 1815]. 

Las Cases was the companion of Bonaparte at St. Helena, and the 
author of the well-known Memoirs of Napoleon. The extract here cata- 
logued contains notes on the English army from these Memoirs. They 
came from the Charles Fontaine collection, have his stamp, and were pur- 
chased by the owner from M. Charavay, one of the leading autograpii 
dealers in France. 

2264. Las Cases (Emmaxuel A. D. M. J., Comte De). Four pages 

of the Xapoleon " Memoirs " in the handwriting of Las Cases, with 
correctioxs IX the autograph of Napoleox. Folio. [St. Helena, 
circa 1815]. 

Includes the mention of certain possessions in America that were more 
to the advantage of Spain to possess, than France. 

This item was also purchased by the owner from M. Charavay. 

2265. Las Cases (Emmaxuel A. D. M. J., Comte De). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. 

Paris, Dec. 4, 1829. To Eoger Colland, acknowledging receipt of a 
letter from him in which he states that he intends giving some books 
to the College of Lesnevens (Finistere), and thanks him for his gift. 



32()(i, Las Casks (Em.maxukl A. 1). .M. J., Comtk Dk). ''Xotice sur Ein- 
inaniiel de Las Cases." Finely written MS. with maroinal ornamenta- 
tions in pen-and-ink, varionslv eoiored. Ito. (sli,ii:htly creased in 
places). 

2267. Las Casks (Emmanuel A. D. ^\. d., Comtk Dk). Portrait, full 
bnst. Grave par H. C. Afnller, 1824, dcssine par . . . J)elorme. 
Line engraving. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

22G8. Las Casks (Emmanikk A. I). :\r. J., Comtk Dk). Portrait, full 
bust. Lithograph after Maurin. Folio. 

2269. Las Cases (Emmaxiee A. I). M. d., Comtk De). Portrait, full 

bust by Motte after Hordes. Lithograph, dto. 
Contains fac-siniile of Napoleon's signatui-e. 

2270. Las Cases (Emmanuel A. D. U. J., Comte De). Portrait, full 

length in uniform, standing on rocks, probably at St. Helena. Des- 
sine et lithographic par G. Staal. Folio. 

2271. Las Cases (Emmanuel A. D. ■Vf. J., Comte Dk). Portraits of Las 

Cases and his son, the father showing the son a letter from J^apoleon. 
Full bust. Lithograph. 8vo. 

2272. Lasteyme (Ferdinand De — antiquary and author of the "'History of 

painting on glass"'). Two A.X.S. small dto and 8vo. Paris, Novem- 
ber 9 and 12, 1842. 2 pieces. 

2273. Lasteyrie (Fekdinand De). A.N.S. on a slip of paper. Paris, March 

14, 1842. 

2274. La Suiee (J. F. — inspector general of the Naval Engineering Depart- 

ment). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio, Paris, Oct. 3, 1802. "To the President 
of the National Institute. Saying that he cannot attend a meeting 
because he has received orders to go elsewhere. 

2275. Latour D'Auvergne (T. M. C). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mez- 

zotint by Levaehez, battle scene and l^iographical notice in script be- 
neath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

Called by Napoleon " The first grenadier of France." 

2276. Latour-D'Auvergne-Laueaguais — French officer. L.S. 1 p. folio. 

Lyons, ]\'Iay 19, 1824, regarding copy of royal orders received. With 
portrait. 

2277. Latour-Maubourg (Marie C. C. F. — French general, Marechal-de- 

camp in the army of Lafayette). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Naml)roca, 
Feb. 11, 1809. To "SI. Crocliard, paymaster. 

A request to be paid the monev due bini for November and December, 
1S08. 



?'2^8. LA'r()ri!-]\[ALBOUKG (MAKif: V. l)i-: Fay — French goneral, brother oi" the 
preceding). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, n.p. July 1, 1790. To Count 
* * * (?). With portrait. 

Kegardiiig some officers who were detained while on their way to join 
their regiments. 

2279. Laudox (Gideon E. — Austrian Field-Marshal). Portrait; Jean II., 
surnamed Le Bon. Portrait; John Locke. Portrait, by Vertue; J. 
F. Lewis, Philadelphia plate printer. Signed by the artist, C. G. 
Lewis; Thomas Graham, Baron Lynedoch — British general. Por- 
trait; Gaspard Monge — French savant. Portrait; Murad Bey. Por- 
trait; G. M. Narbonie. Portrait; 4to, and 8vo. Together, 8 pieces. 

2380. Laugter. Bousquet, and others. D.S. 1 p. 4to, Marseilles, Oct. 10, 
1794. To Citizen Saliceti regarding a carriage. 



At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Eighth Session, Numbers 2281 to 2622 Inclusive 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 18th, AT 2.30 O'CLOCK 

For date of other sessions, see "ORDER OF SALE," page supra. 



2281. Launey (Bekxaud E. J. De — last governor of the Bastille). Portrait, 

full bust in oval. F. Bonneville del. et sculp. Stipple. Svo. 

2282. Laurent (Paul :\rAi{iE — French historian). A.L.S. 2 pp. -ito, in- 

cluding addressed portion. Paris, Dec. 7, 182-i. Business letter 
(several words of text missing). 

2283. Laukiston (Jacques A. B. L. — Marshal of France, nephew of John 

Law of " South Sea Bubble " fame). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. Jan. 8, 
1796. To M. St. Laurent, director of the Park, informing him that 
General Krieg is to send a person for ammunition. With portrait, 
full length in uniform. 

2284. Lauristojs (Jacques A. B. L.). A.L.S. "Alex. Lauriston," 1 p. 4to. 

Toulon, Jan. 15, 1802. With portrait, full bust in uniform. Lith. 
dc Delpech. 8vo. 

To M. David asking iiirn to send the same present to Toulon as he did 
to liochefort. and with remarks regarding the standing of the navy at 
Toulon. 

:2285. Lauriston (Jacques A. B. L.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Jan. 25, 
1827. Signed " Le ]\II. Lauriston.'"' 

A letter of recommendation regarding a M. David who desires the man- 
agership of the theatre at Nantes. With mention of Mrs. David, known 
on the stage as M'lle Petit. 

2286. Lauriston (Jacques A. B. L.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Lith. 

de Delpech. Folio. 

2287. Lauriston (Jacques A. B. L.). Portrait, full length in uniform, 

holding sword in right hand. Maguire sculpt. Stipple. 8vo. 



3288. Lavalkttk (Marie CiiAjrAxs, Comte De — French officer, Djrector- 
General of the Post Office, with Napoleon in Egypt). A.L.S. 1 p. 
oblong 16mo. Nantes, le 26 Germinal, I'An VI. [April IG, 1798]. 
Orders the municipal authorities of Nantes to give lodging-tickets 
to four chasseurs. 

Upon the secoud restoration of the Bourbons, Lavalette was arrested 
and condemned to death, but owing to the heroic action of his wife. Eiuilio 
de Beauharuais, niece of the Empress Josephine, he was enabled to escape 
in her dress. Through this " excess of tendei'uess, heightenetl by terror." 
the wife's intellect gradually gave way and she was sent to a Maison de 
Sante where she died some years after the event noted. 

2289. Lavalette (Makie Chamaxs, Comte De). A.L.S. 1 p. -ito. n.p. 

May 20, n.y. To M. Neal. A letter of recommendation regarding 
M. Martin, hoping that the recipient may be able to help him. 

2290. Lavalette (Maeie Chamaxs, Comte De). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, u.p.n.d. 

To General of Brigade Henry, informing him that the report to 
be made of weapons must include pistols, rifles and swords. 

2291. Lavalette (Marie Chamaxs, Comte De). Portrait, together with 

those of Labedoyere and Ney on same sheet, full busts. H. R. Cook 
sc. Line and stipple. Open letters. 4to. London, 1815 

2292. Lavalette (Marie Chamaxs^ Comte De). Portrait, full bust in oval. 

Stipple. Unsigned. 4to. 

2293. Lavalette (Marie Chamaxs, Comte De). Portrait, full bust. Line 

engraving. Unsigned. 8vo. 

2294. Lavalette (Marie Chamaxs, Comte De). Portrait, full length, 

seated. Lithograph after A. Lacauchie. 8vo. 

2295. Lavalette, Net, axd Labedoyere. Portraits, full bust in uniform, 

on one sheet. Dessine par M'lle. J. Hamm. Lithograph. 4to. 

2296. Lavater (Johax'X C). Autograph signature " Johann Caspar 

Lavater," and several words " Grafin Priedrich Stolberg,'' also in 
his autograph, on a printed page commencing " Taschenbiichlein fur 
Liebe Eeisende," etc. With portrait. 

2297. Lavater (Johaxx C). Portrait, full bust in oval. Haid sculpt. 

Schmoll del. Mezzotint. 8vo., with margins. 1777 

2298. Lavaux (Eminent French Advocate). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, Jan. 

27. 1812. Requests " Monseigneur " to give his oldest son a position, 
and encloses a prospectus of his book on margin of which he has 
4 lines of autograph (2 pieces). 

2299. Lavoisier (Axtoixe Laurent — chief founder of modern chemistry). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, n.p. April 25, 1800, Regarding a missing plate 
from a book. 

2300. Lavoisier (Axtoine Laurent). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzo- 

tint by Levachez, scene in his chemical laboratory, and biographical 
notice in script beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 



2301. Lavoisier (Antoixe Laurent). Portrait, half length seated. En- 

graved by W. C. Sharpe after David. Steel engraving. 4to. 

2302. Lavoisier (Antoixh Laurent). Portrait, full length, seated. Conte 

inc. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vn. 

2303. Lawrence (Sir Thomas). Portrait, full bust looking front. En- 

graved by Lewis after Lawrence. 4to. Proof. London, 1830 

2304. Laya (Lion— French dramatist). A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo. including ad- 

dressed portion. Paris, March 27, 1818. To M. F. Pellet, request- 
ing his attendance the following Tuesday. 

2305. Leboeuf (Edmond— Marshal of France). L.S. 3 pp. folio. A^erona, 

Oct. 8, 1866. To the French Consul at Venice, enclosing a dispatch 
to be forwarded to the ^Minister of Foreign Affairs, reporting the 
situation at Verona, mentioning the fine work of the National Guard 
in quelling an outbreak, &c. 

2306. Lebon (Joseph — French Eevolutionist, partisan of Robespierre). Por- 

trait, full bust in oval. F. Bonneville del., sculp. Stipple. 8vo. 

2307. Le Brun (Anne Charles — French general, aide to Napoleon). A.L.S. 

1 p. folio. Pont de Brique, Aug. 26, n.y. To Marshal Berthier, 
Minister of War. On military affairs. 

2308. Le Brun (Charles — celebrated French painter, 1619-1690). Por- 

trait, full bust. T. L. Potrelle, sculp. Ch. Le Brun, pinxt. 4to. 

2309. Lebrun (Charles F., Dug De Plaisance — appointed Third Consul l)v 

Napoleon). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, July 15, 1802. To Citizen 
Mounter, informing him that the government is pleased with him. 
With portrait, full bust in uniform. 

2310. Lebrun (Charles F., Dug De Plaisance). L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, 

Jan. 16, 1802. Official letter. 

2311. Lebrun (Charles F., Dug De Plaisance). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

March 23, 1802. To Citizen Penchu thanking him for a memoir. 
With portrait, full bust in uniform. Bernard sc. M. del. 8vo. 

2312. Lebrun (Charles F., Due De Plaisance). D.S. 1 p. oblong 12mo 

(inlaid). St. Helena, May 5, 1821. Certifies that M. J. Collet is 
entitled to the Medaille de Ste. Helene. 

2313. Lebrun (Charles F., Due De Plaisance). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio. 

n.p. IVfay 29, n.y. 

2314. Lebrun (Charles F., Due De Plaisance). Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. Dessine par I. B. F. Massard, et grave p. I. B. L. Mas- 
sard fits. Stipple in brown. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

2315. Lebrun (Charles F., Dug De Plaisance). Portrair, full bust. 

Lithograph after Boilly. 4to. 

2316. Lebrun (Charles F., Dug De Plaisance). Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. Bonneville sculp. Stipple. 8vo. [Paris, n.d.] 



231^. Lkbrux (Charles F., Due De Plaisance). Portrait, full bust in 
oval. Mezzotint (by Levachez), biogra])hy in script l)eneath. 8vo, 
on small folio sbeet. 

2318. Lecamus. [Frcncb adjutant-general.] A.L.S. 2 pp. folio. Bor- 

deaux. Oct. 15, lT-13. relative to arms and ammunition in storage. 

2319. Leclerc (Victor Emmaxuel — French general, married Pauline 

Bonaparte, sent to subjugate the negroes [of Hayti] ). A.L.S, 2 pp. 
folio. Lyons, Oct. 22, 1793. To M. Nouet. With portrait. 

A long and interesting historical letter relating to Lyons, its prisons 
and prisoners, etc., ending with " Lyons ninst be razed to the ground and 
its inhabitants exterminated without which . . ." 

2320. Leclerc (A'ictor Emmaxuel). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. ]\lont Gobert (?), 

August ( ?) 22, 1800. To M. Nigent regarding orders. With [xtr- 
trait, full length in uniform. 

2321. Leclerc (Victor Emmaxuel). Portrait, full bust in nniform. 

Bonneville del. et sculp. Mezzotint. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

2322. Leclerc (Victor Emmaxuel). Portrait, in nniform, on horseback. 

I'nsigned line engraving entitled " Le Clerc, General en Chef de 
TArniee de St. Domingue." Small folio. 

2323. Leclerc (Victor E.). Portrait, the same as foregoing. In colors. 

2324. Leclerc (Victor Emmaxuel). Portrait, in uniform, mounted on 

horseback. Line engraving. LTnsigned, (Portions tinted bv hand), 
4to. 

2325. Lecoq (Karl C, E, E. Vox — German general, fought for the French 

at Wagram), Portrait, full bust in uniform. F. Keischmann, 
sculp. M, Eetzsch del. Stipple. 4to. 

232G. Lecourbe (Glaude Joseph — French general, distinguished himself at 
Hochstadt). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Zurich, April 19, 1800. With 
portrait. 

Relating to military nominations. 

232r. Lkcourbe (Claude Joseph). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. 1803. To :\r. Ke- 
gnaut de Gevey. 

Informing the recipient that he has written to Col. Leger regarding his 
(de Gevey's) protegee. 

2328. Lecoubre- (Claude Joseph), Portrait, full bust in uniform, Des- 

sine d'apres nature par J. Guerin & grave par B. Roger. Stipple. 
4to. [Paris, n.d,] 

2329. Ledru-Rollix (A. A. — French Socialist and Re})ublican). A.L.S. 

1 p, 8vo. Paris, n.d. Requesting documents. With portrait. 

2330. Lee (Gexeral Charles). The American General Lee taken prisoner 

by Lieut. Col. Harcourt of tbe English Army in ^lorris County. X. J. 
1776. Cop])er engraving by Hawkins after llainilton. Folio. |liS-i| 



2331. Lefebvre (Francois J., Due De Dantzic — Marshal of France). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. -ito, Paris, Jan. 4, 1799. To U. Sieyes, member of 
the Conservative Senate, asking the aid of the recipient regarding 
M'. Simon, deputy of the upper Khine. 

2332. Lefebvre (Francois J.). L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, Oct. 23, 1799. 

To the Minister of War. Asking the Minister to stop the absence 
from duty of various memliers of the 79th regiment, as it affected 
the usefulness of the regiment to a large extent. 

2333. Lefebvre (Francois J.). L.S. on paper printed "Lefebvre, premiev 

(sic) Lieutenant general du General Bonaparte." 1 p. folio. Head- 
quarters, at Paris, April 15, 1800. To Carnot, Minister of War. 

Informing Carnot that General Martin is to review the troops according 
to orders. 

2334.. Lefebvre (Francois J.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple, 
Unsigned. 8vo with margins. 

2335. Lefebvre (Francois J.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Grave par 

G. Fiesinger. peint. par Mengelberg. Stipple. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

2336. Lefeevre-Desnofettes (Charles — aide-de-camp to Bonaparte, fought 

at Waterloo, escaped to the United States, drowned in the wreck of 
the Albion). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. St. Cloud, Oct. 28, 1804. To 
Captain * * * (?) With portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Telling the recipient that he may become a member of the Legion of 
Honor. 

2337. Lefebvre-Desnouettes (Charles). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris. Feb. 

16, 1814 (?). To Major Listre, 18th regt. dragoons. 

Assures the recipient that he will do all in his power to help him. 

2338. Lefebvre-Desnouettes (Charles). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Forestier sc. Stipple. 8vo. 

2339. Lefebvre-Desnouettes (Charles). Portrait, full length in uniform 

on horseback. Line engraving by Bonneville. 4to. 

2340. Legrand (Claude J. A. — French general, served in Xapoleonic cam- 

paigns). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. Meyer del. ; also 
portrait of Leopold-Jean-Joseph, Grand Duke of Wurtzbourg, Stip- 
ple. 8vo. 2 pieces. 

2341. Leipsic. Grand entry of the Allied Sovereigns into Leipsic, 19th of 

October, 1813. In colors. Folio. London, 1815 

2342. Leipzig. Another copy of the same. 

2343. Leipsic. View of the Grimma suburb, Liepsic. In colors. Folio. 

London, 1815 

2344. Liepsic. Colored view. Folio. London, 1815 



2345 Lejeune (Louis F.— French general). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to including, 
addressed portion. Toulouse, Jan. 21, 1831. To M. Giroux, rel- 
ative to an album ordered by his wife, and his wish to pay for it. 
With portrait. 

•2346. Lejeune (S. P.— Representative of the People). L.S. 3 pp. folio. 
BesanQon, June 5, 1794. To the Members of the Xinth Commis- 
sion. 

Regarding Commissary Lyantey who has been ordered to return to the 
Army of the Alps. 

2347. Lemane (M.— member of the Council of 500). A.L.S. 4 pp. 12mo. 
Paris, Dec. 12, 1796. To the Minister of War. 

Requesting the :Minister to give various posts to certain men in whom 
he is interested. He has written to Carnot and Barras of the Executive 
Directory asliing them to do what they can, and Carnot has replied that 
he will place the matter before the Directory. 

234<S. [Lenoir (Alexandre — French antiquary and artist).] A.L.S. 1 p. 
12mo. [Paris], Jan. 20, 1832. Informs his confrere that he has 
given orders for certain books and accounts to be made ready for 
examination by members of the "Commission des Fonds." 

2349. Lenoir (Jean C. P. — Lieut.-Genl. of Police of Paris). A.L.S. 1 p. 

4to. [Paris], le 14 Floreal, I'An XIII [May 3, 1805]. Excuses 
himself for not seeing a certain party during the winter, and offers 
help in police affairs. Also other writing in two different hands on. 
same letter. Portrait. 

2350. Leo X. Portrait, half length seated. Engraved by Moses Haughton 

after an original picture by Raffaello. Stipple. 4to. Margins cut- 
away. 

2351. Leo X. Portrait, full bust in oval. Engraved by William Faithorue.. 

Small folio. 

2352. Leopold L, Duke Of Lorr^a^ine. D.S. 1 p. folio, vellum. Luneville,. 

May 16, 1714. With portrait. 

Relates to the granting of the jurisdiction of Chazel to M. Thomassin. 

2353. Leopold II., Of Belgium. L.S. 1 p. 4to. Jan. 15, 1869. To his 

cousin. 

2354. Le Paigue (M.). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. n.p. April 20, 1771. Asking 

the recipient to do all in his power to free a certain man whom he 
thinks has been un-justly imprisoned. 

2355. Lepelletiere [J. B.— French officer]. A.L.S. 3 pp. 12mo, including 

addressed portion. Paris, July 22, 1831. To his physician relative 
to treatment. 

2356. Le Pelletier (Louis M.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint, by 

Levachez, scene and biographical notice in script beneatli. 8vo on. 
small folio sheet. 



2357. Lepic (Comte — General of Division, one of Xapoleon's Imperial (iuard, 
distinguished himself at Moscow). Portrait, full bust in iniiforin. 
Litho. on India paper, -ito (corner stained). 

2356. Lespinasse (Augustix — French general, fought under Bonaparte in 
Italy). Autograph postscript with signature (14 lines), on 3 pp. 
folio. L.S. Milan, Jan. 17, 1798. To Citizen Lamogere, com- 
mander of artillery at I'alnia. Eegarding supplies. 

*2359. Le Suire (Joseph F. — French general, signalized himself in the cam- 
paign of Italy). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p. June 7, 18:54. A letter of 
thanks. 

2360. Le Toirxeur axd Cavaigxac. D.S. by both. 1 p. folio. Paris, Dec. 

16, 1794. On military affairs. 

2361. Letroxxe (Jeax Axtoixp: — French antiquary and critic). A.Tj.S., 

2 pp. square 8vo, including addressed portion. [Paris], March 5, 
1824. To the ]\Iarquis D'Azeglio. stating that he will examine a cer- 
tain book. 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 398), enclosed In his library 
wrapper and with his autograph annotations. 

2362. Levasseur (Gexeral — distinguished at Eadstadt). D.S. 4 pp. folio, 

Bergame, July 7, 1796. 

A description of several Italian places, how to i-each them, distances, etc. 

2363. Levasseur De La Sarthe (Kene — French Jacobin, voted for death 

of Louis XA^L). D.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Oct. 16, 1798. 

2364. Leveielies (Jeax Pierre — negro general of St. Domingo). L.S. 1 p. 

4to. Port Liberte, Aug. 15, 1796. 

2365. Lewis (George). Full bust portrait. Line engraving. Phil: a Gunst 

sculpsit. M. Marrebeeck excudit. Folio. 

2366. LiAXCOURT (F. De — deputy to the Convention). Portrait, full bust in 

oval. F. Bonneville del. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

2367. LiEBiG (Justus Vox — eminent chemist). Portrait, half length. Stich 

v. A. Krausse. Line engraving. Large folio. 

2368. LiECHTEXSTEKx (JosEPH M. F. Vox). Portrait, full bust in oval. 

Stipple. Unsigned. 

2369. LiGXE (Karl Joseph, Prixce De — eminent Austrian general and 

writer). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. [October 21, 1772]. 

2370. Ligxe (Karl Joseph, Prixce De). L. S. 1 p. oblong 16rao. Vienna. 

Feb. 7, 1797. Order to pay out money due him. With portrait. 

2371. LiGOXiER (Joiix — British Field-Marshal, commander-in-chief of the 

English forces in Flanders). D.S. 1 p. folio. [London], Aug. 14, 
1761. Appointment of John Catherwood as vmder-secretary. With 
portrait and seal. 



2372. LiMBOLi!(i-TIoL.sTEix (PiuxcE De ) . D.S. 19 pages folio. Witli tine 

impression of the seal. Paris, Ma}^ 20, 1780. 

A KeinonstraiU'p addressed to Louis XVI. bj* the I'arliament of Flanders 
in refereut-e to the legal dispute between the I'rince of Nassau-Siegen 
and the I'rince Ilohenlohe. Signed '"the People holding your Court of 
Parliament in Flanders." and countersigned by " le Prince Conite regnant 
de Limbourg-IIolstein." 

2373. LixcOLX (Abkaha]\i). Portrait, fttll bust in oval. Tinted lithograph. 

Folio. Berlin, n.d. 

2374. LixcoLx (Abraham). Portrait, full bust. Engraved b}' A. H. 

Eitehir, after a photograph by Brady. 4to (spotted). 

2375. LiPPE (Coux'T La). Portrait, full length in uniform, standing beside 

cannon." Engraved by S. VC. Eeynolds after Sir J. Eeynolds. Mezzo- 
tint. 4to. Open letters. London, 1834 

2376. LoBAU (Georges Moutox^, Comte De — Marshal of France, aide-de- 

camp of Bonaparte in 1805). A.L.S. "Le Comte de Lobau." 1 p. 
folio. Paris, Jan. 30, 1811. To Comte Bouruer. 

Regretting that because of important business appointments he will be 
unable to attend the meeting of the commission. 

2377. LoBAu (Georges Moutox, Comte De). L.S, 2 pp. folio, including 

addressed portion. Paris, Oct. 7, 1825. A receipt for money paid 
him by the Ordre Eoyal de la Legion d'Honneur. Signed also liy J. 
Leboeuf. With portrait. 

2378. LoBAU (Georges Moutox. Comte De). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Lithograph after Maurin. Folio. 

2379. Lobau (Georges Moutox, Comte De). Portrait, full length in uni- 

form, holding cocked hat in right hand. Lith. de Gerard. On India 
paper. 

2380. Loisox^ (Louis H. — French general). L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including ad- 

dressed portion. Liege, le 2 Yendemiaire, I'An 13 [Sept. 24, 1804]. 
To Marshal Xey, reqtiesting an extension of furlough. With por- 
traits. 

2381. Loisox (Louis H.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Tassaert ,sc. 

Stipple, printed in colors. 8vo. 

2382. LoMEXiE De Briexxe (E. C. — Archbishop of Toulouse, Minister of 

State). L.S. 1 p. square 12mo. Paris, Dec. 30, 1771, informing the 
recipient that his son will not be forgotten by the writer, who will 
endeavor to help him at the first opportunity. With 2 portraits. 

2383. Loxgueville (Hexri — son of Henri d'Orleans, and grand nephew of 

Henrv TV., married a sister of the great Conde). D.S. 1 p. folio, 
vellum. Douai ( ? ), Jan. 6, 1628. To M. de la Fontaine Eaoul. 

2384. Lopez (Gexeral — ^Minister of the Eepublic of New Grenada [Colum- 

bia] at the Court of Eome). A.L. in third person to Marc A. JuUien, 
enclosing a letter. 1 p. 4to. Paris. June 15, 1835. With portrait. 
2 pieces. 



2385. Louis I., King Of Eteukia — married Maria Louisa, daughter of 
Charles IV. of Spain. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Bonneville 
sculp. Mezzotint. 8vo. 

2380. Louis XIL, King Of Feance. Portrait, half length in uniform. Grave 
par Guibert, peint par Philipe de Champegnet. 4to. 

2387. Louis XIIL, King Of France, Vellum D.S. 1 p. oblong -ito (folded). 

Fontainebleau, May 16, 1626. Concerns the payment of a sum of 
money for the king's account. Countersigned by De Lomenie, Secre- 
tary of State. Endorsed by Marion, Comptroller General. Copper- 
plate portrait of the king. (Portion of vellum split.) 

2388. Louis XIIL, King Of France. A list of the expenses of the house- 

hold of King Louis XIIL the 21st of Juk, 1636. while the Court 
was residing at Madry. Document on vellum. Folio. 

2389. Louis XIV., King Of France. Vellum D.S. 1 p. oblong -Ito (folded). 

Paris, Xov. 18, 16-45. Mentions the services of De La Fontaine 
[The French fabulist( ?)]. Countersigned for the king and his 
mother, the Queen Eegent, by De Lomenie, Secretary of State. 

2390. Louis XIV., King Of France. D.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, Dec. 2, 1648. 

An order to the treasurer to pay the sum of 4,500 livres. 

2391. Louis XIV., King Of France. D.S. 1 p. folio. Versailles, Nov. 

(10 ?), 16T8. An order to a body of infantry at Lyons to set out 
for Verdun. 

2392. Louis XIV., King Of France. D.S. (on vellum). 1 p. folio. Ver- 

sailles, Oct. 24, 1704. 

Rewarding Sieur de Panestfor faithful services, by placing him in 
command of a regiment of dragoons. 

2393. Louis XIA^.. King Of France. D.S. 2 pp. folio, including addressed 

portion. Versailles, Aug. 19, 1715. Order on the Governor of the 
Bastille to receive a prisoner and to hold him until otherwise in- 
structed. Countersigned by Phelyppeaux, Secretary of State. 

2394. Louis XIV., King Of France. Portrait, full bust. Paulus Caronni del. 

et sculp.. 1717. Line engraving. 8vo. 

2395. Louis XIV., King Of France. Portrait, full length in uniform. G. P. 

Busch sculp, a Berlin, 1728. Vanlo pinxit a Paris. Copper en- 
graving. 8vo, cut close. 

2396. Louis XIV., King Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint, 

with biographical account in script beneath. 12mo, on small folio 
sheet. 

2397. Louis XIV., King Of France. Portrait, half length in armor, sceptre 

in left hand. Copper engraving, "Ludovicus de XIV. Koningh van 
Vranckrijck &." 8vo. 

2398. Louis XIV., King Of France. " Fin tragique de Louis XA^I." Spir- 

ited line engraving. 4to, margins on 3 sides cut away. 



23yy. Louis XV., KiXG Of Fkaxce. Velium D.8. 1 p. oblong 4to, folded. 
Paris, Jan. 23, 1717. Relates to payment of a tax, &c. Counter- 
signed by the Duke of Orleans, Regent, and Phelyppeaux, Secretary 
of State." With portraits. 

2400 Louis XV., King Of France. A series of three A.L.S. written to M. 
Aufrere, chaplain to Louis XV. (1) A.L.S. " Maturin," Zeyst, June, 
24, n.y. (ca. 1730), with mention of "his majesty" (Louis XV.), 
(2) A.L.S. "T. Rocheblave." 1 p. 4to. London, May 30, 1731, 
asking recipient to loan him five guineas, (3) A.L.S. " Pierre Roche- 
blave," 2 pp. 4to. n.p. Dec. IG, 1730, also asking for the loan of 
money. 3 pieces. 

2401. Louis XV., King Of France. Portrait, three-quarter length in uni- 

form. M. Bernigeroth sc. Line engraving. Folio, margins cut 
away. 

2402. Louis XVI., King Of France. Document with several words in his 

autograph. 1 p. folio, n.p. May 17, 1789. 

The kin? having bestowed the personal and hereditary title of Count on 
M Du Puget, the Dauphin's sub-tutor, the Dulie d'Harcourt wishes him to 
be exempt from the payment of the tax of 4500fr. Permission from the 
Iving being necessary, it is granted by him with a comment of several 
words in his autograph. 

2403 Louis XVL, King Of France. Printed D.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, 
[July] 13, 1789. To the Att'y-Genl &c. at Xantes, relative to let- 
ters-patent issued by decree of the National Assembly, &c. (Punc- 
tured in 8 places.) 

2404. Louis XVL, King Of France. D.S. 4 pp. folio, 1789. A document 

stating the amount to be paid by certain persons in the district of 
Auch. It is signed also by D'Arentin, Le Fevre and Lambert. 

2405. Louis XVL, King Of France. L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, Oct. 14, 1791. 

An order to pay M. Du Bergier the sum of 6,000 fr. 

2406. Louis XVL, King Of France. Portrait, " Louis Seize," full bust in 

oval. Mezzotint. Unsigned. 8 vo (cut close). 

2407. Louis XVL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Maurin 

del. Lithograph. 4to. 

Louis XVL, King Of France. Portrait, " Luigi XVL," full bust in 
oval. G. Zatta sculp. Yerite delin. Stipple in bistre. 4to, full 
margins. 

Louis XA^., King Of France. Portrait, " Luigi XVL," the same por- 
trait as preceding, different inscription, without names. Stipple m 
brown. 8vo. in Venezia, n.d. 

2410. Louis XVL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. 
Un-io'ned. " The Last Interview of Louis XVL and his Family." 
Alurray sculpt. H. Singleton del. 1793. 4to. 2 pieces. 

241L Louis XVL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniforui. Mez- 
zotint. I^nsicrned. Folio, small margins. 



2408. 



2409. 



2412. Loujs W!., Ki.xci Of Kuanck. Torti-ait, lull Ini.-l in uiiifonu, scene 

beneath. Stipple. 4to. 

2413. Louis XVI., Kixg Of France. Portrait, " Luigi XVI., Ee di Fran- 

cia," full length in imiform. G. A. Sasso inc. G. B. Bosio dis. 
Stipple. 

2414. Louis XVI., King Of Fraxce. Medallion containing portraits of Louis 

XVI., Marie Antoinette, and their daughter P]lizabeth. Vorzy f. 
Stipple. 4to. 

3415. Louis XVI., Kixg Of Fraxce. Portrait, full bust in uniform, ^fezzo- 
tint l)v Levachez, battle scene and biographical account in script 
beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2416. Louis XVI., King Of France. Portrait, full length. Copper engrav- 

ing bv Page. Small folio. London, 1789 

2417. Louis XVI., Kixg Of Frax'ce. Assignat de cent liv. 1791, with por- 

trait of Louis XVI. 8vo. 

2418. Louis XVL, Kixg Of Frax^ce. " Fidelite et Douceur," containing por- 

traits of Louis XVL, full bust in uniform, and four others, probably 
the Duke and Duchess of Angouleme and the Dukes of Berry and 
Orleans. In colors. 4to. 

2419. Louis XVL, Kixg Of France. '* La derniere entrevue de Louis XVI. 

avec sa famille la veille de son execution."' Grave par C. Silanio, p. 
par C. Benazach. Line engraving. Folio (slightly stained). 

2420. Louis XVL, Kixg Of Fraxce. " La 2^. separation, ou dernier adieu 

du roi avec sa famille desolee." Grave par C. Salinic. Line engrav- 
ing. Folio. 

2421. Louis XVIL, Kixg Of Fraxce. Portrait, full bust in oval. Stipple. 

Unsigned. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

2422. Louis XVIII. , Kixg Of France. D.S. Louis Stainslaus Xavier. 1 p. 

folio. Versailles, Dec. 7, 1776. Order on the Treasurer-General to 
pay Surgeon Eyraud a certain sum for medicine, &c. With por- 
trait of the king engraved b}^ Charles Turner after H. Villiers. 

2423. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Signature, " Louis," with 2 lines in 

his autograph on an A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Sept. 25, 1807, from the Duke 
of Pinne asking to Avhat rank certain officers belong. Louis answers 
that the rank must be based upon the date they received their com- 
missions. With portrait. 

2424. Louis XVIIL, King Of Fraxce. D.S., — " approuve. Louis." 4 pp. 

folio. Paris, April 9, 1816. With portrait. 

An unusual document, containing interpretations of some of tlie arti- 
cles of the Comnioreial Ct)de, with aclditions. and is issued by the Chamber 
of Peers, signed by the Iving. as notetl, and by members, including Marquis 
C. E. J. P. de Pastoret. C H. Dambray. Chancellor of France. Count de 
Seze, Due de Choiseuil, De Chateaubriand, and C. L. H. de Semonville. 



2-i2o. Louis X\'lil., King Of Fraxce. Ordoiinances du Eoi. (Contains 
fragment of a letter discovered by a M. Mulligan, written by Xapo- 
loon to Marie-Louise), &e. i pp. ito, unbound. [Paris, circa 181()| 

•Jtv^i. Lulls XVIIL, King Of Fkanck. D.S. 1 p. 4to on vellum. Paris, 
Dec. 12, 1818. Signed also by Louis Antoine de Bourbon D'Angou- 
lemc, son of Comto d'Artois, afterwards Charles X. of France. 

242 T. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Portrait, " Monsieur, Brother to 
Louis the Sixteenth,'' full bust in oval. J. Jones fecit. Stipple. 
8vo. London, K!)4 

2428. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. " Boussole Eoyale," containing por- 

traits of Louis XVIIL, Due de Berri, Comte d'Artois, and five others. 
Dessine et grave par A'illeneuve. Mezzotint. Folio, small margins. 

Paris, n.d. 

2429. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform, to- 

gether with those of Comte d'Artois, Due de Berri, and 3 others. 
Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo, cut close. 

2430. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Grave 

par X. Bertrand, dessine d'apres nature aux Tuileries. Stipple. Svo. 

Paris, n.d. 

2431. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Grave 

par Cathelin, peine par Drouist. Line engra\ang. Small folio, with 
margins. Paris, [ra. 17T2] 

2432. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform. A 

re-engraved plate of the preceding number, without engravers' names 
and with some differences. Small folio, Paris, [ca. ltT3] 

2433. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform, wear- 

ing star. P. Audinet sculp. H. Danloux delt. Line engraving, with 
margins. 4to. 

2434. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform, can- 

non, etc., beneath. Line and stipple, unsigned. Unfinished proof on 
India paper, before all letters. 4to. 

2435. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Grave 

par H. Bonvoisin, dessine par B. Bonvoisin. Line engraving. 4to. 

2436. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Grave 

d'apres le tableau original peint par Duplessis. Stipple. 4to. 

2437. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval, with 

Duchess D'Angouleme and D'Artois. Stipple and line engraving. 
4to (slightly stained at bottom). 

2438. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Portrait, full bust in uniform. Dess. 

et Gvi. par Alise. Mezzotint. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

2439. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. :\redallion portraits of Louis XVIIL, 

Ferdinand VTL, and Due D'Angouleme. All in uniform. Printed 
in colors. 4to. 



2440. Louis XVIII., King Of Fkakce. Famille l?oyale de France. Portraits 

of Louis XVII L, (M)arlerf Ferdinand and others (3). Enj^^raving. 
Colored by hand. 4to. 

2441. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. Famille Koyalc. (Portraits of Louis 

XVIII., Charles Ferdinand and three others.) Line engraving. 4to. 

2442. Louis XVIIL, King Of France. " Depart du Roi," dessine par Heim 

and another. 4to. 2 pieces. 

2443. [Louis (Baron — Department of Finance).] Signature to j)ortion of 

letter, n.p.n.d. 

2444. Louis (Louis Dominique — French financier). D.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

August 3, 1808. Asking for a statement of the death of Madam 
Legrain, a pensioner of the state. With portrait. 

2445. Louis' (Philippe, Due D'Orleans — King of the French). A.L. in 

third person (unsigned). Xeuilly, Aug. 30. 1825. To the Count 
D'Arbaud Joucques thanking him for the delivery of a letter which 
he encloses. 

2446. Louis Philippe, Due D'Orleans. L.S., 1 p. 4to. Paris, Xov. 19, 

1841. Informs M. Perrier that the opening session of the Assembly 
■will take place Dec. 27, and that his presence will be required. Coun- 
tersigned by the Secretary of State. Portrait. 

2447. Louis Philippe, Due D'Orleans. D.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, April 19, 

1846. Mentions various donations as per the will of M. De Ladignac. 
Signed also by the Secretary of State. 

2448. Louis Philippe, Due D'Orleans. Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

F. Lignon sculp. 1814. F. Gerard pinxit. Line engraving. Folio, 
cut close. 

2449. Louis Philippe, Due D'Orleans. Portrait, full length in uniform, 

standing. Grave par Danois, peint par Winterhalter. Steel engrav- 
ing. 4to. 

2450. Louisa, Grand Duchess Of Hesse-Darmstadt. The last page, with 

signature of an A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p. (May 3, 1820.) Personal 
letter. 

2451. Louise Auguste Wilhelmine Amalie, Queen Of Prussia, daughter 

of the Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Portrait, full length, standing, 
holding book in left hand. Gestochen von F. Balzerin Breslau. 
Copper engraving. 4to. 

2452. Louise Auguste Wilhelmine Amalie, Queen Of Prussia. Repre- 

sentation of her body lying in state, soldiers guarding, candles burn- 
ing. German copper engraving. In colors. 8vo. [circa 1810] 

2453. Louise (Marie D'Orleans — Queen Of The Belgians, daughter of 

Louis Philippe). A.L. Unsigned. 1 p. Svo. n.p.n.d. With her 
crest on pa])or. With portrait. 



2454. Louisiana, Four brevets and commissions of lieutenants to the 

companies of Louisiana. Extracts. 4 pieces, 1754, 

2455. Louisiana, D.S, by Balmot, Dunouy, Dumuvine and others, 1 p. 

folio. New Orleans, Feb. 25, 1755. An acknowledgment of the 
receipt of a sum of money. The first named was the surgeon main- 
tained by the king at Pont de la Natchez. 

2456. Louvois (Francois Michel Letellier — Minister of State under Louis 

XIV.). L.S. to an officer, ordering him to join the French army in 
Italy. 1 p. folio. Versailles, July 27, 1690. 

Louvois contributed greatly to tlie military successes of Louis XIV. ; and 
it was because of tbe counsels of this minister that the edict of Nantes 
was revoked in 16S5. 

2457. Lowe (Sir Hudson — British general, jailor of Bonaparte at St. 

Helena), Autograph signature " Lt.-General Sir Hudson Lowe." 
With portrait, full bust in uniform. 

2458. Lowe (Sir Hudson). Medallion portrait. Full bust in uniform, 

by Fontaine after Fremy, 8vo on India paper. 

2459. Luckner (Nikolaus — Marshal of France, succeeded Rochambeau as 

general-in-chief, guillotined in Jan. 1794). L.S. 1 p. folio. Stras- 
bourg, Sept. 11, 1791. 
Military letter regarding leave of absence for one of his officers. 

2460. Luckner (Nikolaus), D.S. 1 p. folio. Oct. 24, 1791. Signature 

to request for leave of absence by Rocher. Signed also by Martignac, 
Saint Victor, &c. 

2461. Luckner (Nikolaus). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p.n.d. To General D'Han- 

ovre. 
A personal letter, regarding his given name. 

2462. Luckner (Nikolaus). Portrait, full bust in oval, sword, cannon, 

etc., beneath. Line engraving. Unsigned. Fine impression. 

2463. Luckner (Nikolaus). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Mezzotint 

by Levachez, battle scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 
8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2464. Luckner (Nikolaus). Another copy of the same. 

2465. Luckner (Nikolaus). Another copy of the same. 

2466. Luckner (Nikolaus). Portrait, full Inist in uniform. L. A. Claes- 

sens sculp. Stipple. 8vo. 

2467. LuDWiG I.. King Of Bavaria — gave to Lola Montez the title of Coun- 

tess of Lansfield. D.S. 1 p. 4to. Munich, Oct. 22, 1841. With por- 
trait, full bust in uniform. 

2468. LuDWiG II., King Of Bavaria, L.S. "Ludovico." Monaco, Feb. 17, 

1879. Written probably to Cardinal Caterini. 



2469. Luzerne (Anne C. — French diplomatist, minister to the United States 

during the devolution). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, June 2, 1790. Ke- 
garding an appointment. 

2470. Macdonald (Etienne Jacques J., Due 1)e Tarente — Marshal of 

France, presented by Napoleon with a Turkish sabre). A.L.S. 
" Macdonald." 1 p. folio, Naples, April 18, 1798. To General of 
division Gauthier. 

An important war letter written sliortly after Macdonald had joined the 
army and become General in Chief at Naples. lie writes •' Your despatch 
Is just received. If you are in danger, you can fall back on the army of 
Naples. ... I am also in fear for the army of Italy, defeated for two 
years, but I hope that she will soon again be in an advantageous position," 
etc. 

2471. Macdonald (Stienne Jacques J., Duo De Takente). A.L.S. 

"Macdonald." 2 pp. 4to. Paris, June 23, 1799. To Madame de 
Viguron. 

Written during the mouth of the great battle of Trebbia, where he suf- 
fered defeat. He says that he will use all his power to procure a permit 
for herself and family to return to Brussels without delay. 

2472. Macdonald (Stienne Jacques J., Due De Tarente). L.S. 1 p. 

folio. Headquarters at Paris, May 6, 1801. To General Mont- 
choisy. 

Captain of Grenadiers, Bertram, having given in his resignation which 
was not accepted, the writer urges recipient to give him a position in a 
brigade. 

2473. Macdonald (Etienne Jacques J., Due De Tarente). A.L.S. 

1 p. 4to. Paris, Sept. 30, 1803. To Major Marmin. 

A request to be enlightened concerniug an announcement by a captain 
of a certain regiment. 

2474. Macdonald (Etienne Jacques J., Due De Tarente). A.L.S. 

"Mai. Macdonald." 2 pp. 4to. Courcelles-de-Roi, Xov. 1, 1817. 

An answer to a proposition to place him at the head of a publication 
relating to the orders of Chevalier, saying that he must decline as he did 
not care for publicity. 

2475. Macdonald (Etienne Jacques J., Due De Tarente). L.S. "Mac- 

donald." 1 p. 4to. Paris, Jan. 6, 1820. To Col. Rousseau at Noyon. 
Thanking him for expressions of good will for the New Year. Mentions 
Marshal Beurnonville, who was commander in chief of the army of the 
North, 1796. 

2476. Macdonald (Etienne Jacques J., Due De Tarente). L.S. 1 p. 

4to. Paris, August 31, 1823. To Madam Sharp. 

Signed as " Le Grand Chancelier " " Macdonald," he informs recipient 
that she and her children cannot be granted a permit to visit the interior 
of the " Maison Royale " at St. Denis. 

2477. Macdonald (Etienne Jacques J., Due De Tarente). A.L.S. 

1 p. 4to. Paris, (July) 7, 1824. To Madam * * * (?). Informing 
the madam that her brother is returning on the 28th, and will be 
garrisoned at La Rochelle. Speaks of the effort to be made for her 
brother's advancement. 



2478 Macdoxald (Etienne Jacques J., Due De Tarente). A.L.S. 
" Macdonald." 1 p. 4to. Paris, Feb. 28, 1829. 

The Journal de Paris having printed an account of offences committed 
by the students at the Maison Koyale of St. Denis, Macdonald says that 
the account was exaggerated. He refers to the campaigns of the year 
XII. (1803). 

2479. Macdonald (Etienne Jacques J., Due De Tarente). Portrait, 

full bust in uniform. Mezzotint by Levachez. Battle scene and 
biographical account in script beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2480. Macdonald (Etienne Jacques J., Due De Tarente). Another 

copy of the same. 

2481. Macdonald (Etienne Jacques J., Due De Tarente). Another copy 

of the same. 

2482. Macdonald (Etienne Jacques J., Due De Tarente). Portrait, 

full bust in uniform. Eenard, sculpt. P. Guerin, pinxt. Line and 
stipple. Fine impression. 8vo. 

2483. [Macerone (CoLONEi^-Aide to Murat, said to have invented a Horse- 

less Carriage).] Nine lines of Manuscript in his autograph. On 
slip of paper. 

2484 Macerone (Colonel). Portrait, full bust in uniform. C. Picart 
sculpt. A. Wivell del. Proof on India paper. 4to. London, 1822 

2485. Mackintosh (Sir James— illustrious British statesman, defended M. 
Peltier, a French emigrant, who was tried for a libel on Bonaparte). 
A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Clapham, Jan. 29, 1830. With portrait. 
Asking for lists of the English Crusaders. 

2486 Mackintosh (Sir James). Portrait, half length. Drawn and en- 

graved bv C. Wilkin, after Sir Thomas Lawrence. Stipple. Open 
fetters. 4to. London, 1814 

2487 MacMahon (Marie E. P. M.— Marshal of France). L.S. 1 p. 12mo 

Constantine, Feb. 7, 1853, regretting that he could not have been ot 
service to a certain person who had already left Algeria for 1 ranee. 

2488. MacMahon (Marie E. P. M.). Signature attached to portion of a 
letter in anbther hand, n.p.n.d. With colored bust-portrait from ' Le 
Figaro." 2 pieces. 

2489 Mack Von Leiberich (Karl— Austrian general). Portrait, full bust 
in uniform. J. Adam, sculp. Vienna, 1795. Line engraving, 8vo. 

2490. Magnan (Bernard Pierre— Marshal of France, commander in chief 
of the army of Paris). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Feb. 11, 1863. 

Regarding the sale of vSpanish shares, and advising his friend to sell 
them. 



2491. Maiieuault (Jean F. K.— French litterateur, and coinniisary of the 

French Kepublic). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, le 6 Therniidor, I'An 
8 [July 25, 180U]. To the Secretary of the Theatre Frangais; and. 
Signature to a copy of an order of the Minister of the Interior. 1 p. 
folio. Paris, le 3 Vendeniiaire, I'An 9 [Sept. 24, 1801]. Both of 
the above refer to the presentation of tragedy upon the stage of the 
Theatre Frangais. (2 pieces.) 

2492. Mahmoud II., Sultan Of Turkey. Portrait, half length, seated. 

Drawn on stone by H. Humphreys, from an original sketch by 
Deveria. Folio. 

2493. Maignen and Enjubrant— both members of the National Conven- 

tion, voted for the death of Louis XVI. D.S. by both. 1 p. folio, 
n.p. Nov. 3, 1794. 

2494. Mailhe (Jean B. — French Revolutionist). Signature. to Manuscript. 

1 p. folio, containing a copy of the questions sent to the National 
Assembly by the Criminal Court of the Dept. " Des Hautes- 
Pyrenees." May 27, 1792. 

2495. Maillebois (Jean Baptiste F.— Marshal of France under Louis XV). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Feb. 10, 1740. _ 

Regarding the leave of absence from duty of a M. A. Haumourvell. 

2496. Maison (Nicolas J.— Marshal of France, refused to recognize Bona- 

parte on his return from Elba). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Baveux (?), 
May 8, 1810. To M. Maillefer. 

Informing the recipient that certain matters will be dropped for the 
present. 

2497. Maison (Nicolas J.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, July 6, 1830. 

Asking that a bed in a certain hospital be placed at the disposition of 
Mme. Bouilliot, a sick widow in whom he is much interested. 

2498. Maison (Nicolas J.). Portrait, full length in imiform, cocked hat 

in right hand. Lith. de Gerard. 8vo. India paper. 

2499. Maisse, Ritter, &c. D.S. 2 pp. 4to [Paris], Oct. 19, 1795. Repre- 

sentatives of the People to the Committee of Public Safety, request- 
ing the appointment of T. B. Baurot as an officer in the Army of 
the Republic. Signatures of Maisse, Ritter, &c. 

2500. Maitland (Sir Frederick Lewis — British Rear- Admiral, to whom 

Napoleon surrendered and on whose ship, " Bellerophon/" he was 
taken to England). A.L.S. 1 p. tall 12mo. Messina, Jan. 27, 
1812, relative to allowances to officers mentioned. 

2501. Maitland (Sir Frederick Lewis). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Dec. 1. n.y. 

" I have just seen your letter to the Consul . . . and shall lose no 
time in using every effort for your liberation." 

2502. Malesherbes (Chretien G. De Lamoignon De). — French judge, 

counsel for Louis XVI at his trial). L.S. 3 pp. 4to. [Dec. 1, 1772]. 
Discussion relating to the planting and growth of trees. With 
portrait. 



3503. Malesiierbes (Chretiex G. De Lamoignon De). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. n.p. 
(Jan. 10, 1781). Informing the recipient that he does not wish to 
purchase a certain book. With portrait, mezzotint by Levaehez. 

2504. Malesherbes (Chretien G. De LA^iioiGNON De). L.S. 3 pp. 4to. with 

two lines in his autograph, n.p. April 14, 1786. 

An intere?tius letter in \yliich the writer answers the recipient about 
some ash trees, with many details about them. 

2505. Malesherbes (Chretien G. De Lamoignon De). A.L. unsigned, 2 

pp. 4to n.p.n.d. 

2506. Malesherbes (Chretien G. De Lamoignon De). L.S. with several 

words in his autograph. 4 pp. 12 mo. n.p.n.d. Informing his 
correspondent that he cannot let him have a certain tree unless he 
knows in what sort of soil it is to be planted. 

2507. Malesherbes (Chretien G. De Lamoignon De). A.N. (not signed), 

1 p. 8vo. n.p.n.d. Regarding the return of a manuscript belonging to 
recipient. 

2508. Malesherbes (Chretien G. De Lamoignon De). Portrait, full bust 

in oval. Mezzotint by Levaehez, 2 scenes and biographical notice in 
script beneath. 

2509. Malesherbes (Chretien G. De Lamoignon De). Another copy of the 

same. 

2510. Malesherbes (Chretien G. De Lamoignon De). Portrait, full bust 

in oval. F. Bonneville del. et sculp. Line engraving. 8vo. 

Paris, n.d. 

2511. Malesherbes (Chretien G. De Lamoignon De). Portrait, full 

length, seated. Grave par Bein, dessine par Faur. Line engraving. 
In colors. 8vo. 

2512. Malesherbes (Chretien G. De Lamoignon De). Portrait, full 

length, in robes of office, standing. Todeschini dis. et inc. Stipple 
8vo. 

2513. Malet (Claude F. — French o;eneral, plotted against Bonaparte, shot in 

1812). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Cesancon (?), July 10, 1801. To the 
Minister of War. 

Informs the Minister of the disbanding of his army, and is awaiting 
orders. Requests to be sent to, some post, as he does not wish to he in- 
active. 

2514. Malet (Claude F.). Portrait, full length, in uniform. Gervais sc. 

A. Lacauchin del. Line engraving. 8vo. 

2515. Mallet-Dupan (Jacques — distinguished publicist and editor). A.L.S. 

4 pp. 4to. Paris, Feb. 23, 1784. With portrait. 

.-V long and interesting letter to an unnamed correspondent explaining 
why he is obliged to return to Geneva, and to give up the sni>ervision (or 
editorship) of a newspaper, probaltly tlu- fiunons " Mercnre Ilistoriqiie et 
Politique." 



2516. Malmaison- (homo of Napoleon and Josephine). View. Aquatint by 

T. Medland after J. Carr. 8vo. London, 1803 

2517. Malta. A view of the port and entrance into the City and Isle of 

Malta. Benoise sculpt. Jos. Juepy. Line engraving. Folio. 

2518. Malte-Brun (Conkad — Danish author, adopted citizen of France). 

A.L.S. Ip. 4to. n.p.n.d. (ca. 1808). Concerning the contents of his 
work about to be published, " Annals of Voyages of Geography and 
of History." With portrait. 

2519. Malte-Brun (Coxrad). A.N.S. 1 p. 8vo. Paris, March 28, 1826. 

With portrait. 
Acknowledging the receipt of a work on the Catliedral of Reims. 

2520. Malte-Brun (Conrad). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p.n.d. Asking to have 

certain questions answered by members of some commission, relative 
to the lodging of several soldiers. 

2521. Malzahm (Lieutenant Von — Prussian soldier). Portrait. " Der 

Obrist von Malzahn rettet eine Batterie." In colors. 8vo. 

2522. Mandat Territorial for 100 francs. 28 Ventose I'An IV. [1796]. 

With signature of [Prederval?]. 

2523. Manin (Lodovico — the last Doge of Venice). Portrait, full bust in 

oval. Gasparo Ginanni scul. Stipple. 8vo. in Venezia, n.d. 

2524. Mansfeld (Count Hans George Zu). L.S. 2 pp. and a half, folio, 

January 10, 1561. 

2525. Manuel (Louis Pierre). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by 

Lavachez, scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 8vo, on 
small folio sheet. 

Manuel rescued Madame de Stael and Beaumarchais from being mur- 
dered in Sept. 1792. 

2526. Marat (Jean Paul — one of the famous Triumvirate of the Eeign of 

Terror, assassinated by Charlotte Corday). Portrait, full bust, no 
hat. Grave par E. Beisson, Messidor I'An 2 [June, 1794], peint par 
J. Boze. Line engraving. Proof before inscription. Folio. 

2527. Marat (Jean Paul). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by Le- 

vachez, scene and biographical notice in script benc?ath. 8vo, on small 
folio sheet. 

2528. Marat (Jean Paul). "The Death of John Paul Marat" [text in 

English and French], engraved by James Aliprandi, painted by D. 
Pellegrini. Stipple. Folio. London, 1794 

2529. Marat (Jean Paul). Portrait, full length, together with full length 

portrait of Charlotte Corday. Lith. de Villain. 4to. 

2530. Marat (Jean Paui-). Portrait, full length, hat in hand. Sasso inc. 

Bosio del. Stipple. 8vo. 



2531. Maubot (Adolpite— aide-de-camp to Marshal Massena) L S^ 2 pp. 
folio, Paris, August 12, 1811. To the Duke de Feltre (H. J. G. 
Clarke). From the Sainsbury collection. 

Stating that, on leaving the prison at Cadiz, the King of Spain pre- 
sented him with a sum equivalent to two months' pay, and on his arrival 
in France a similar sum was deducted from the pay due to him, and 
asks that it be refunded " as he considers it unjust that the L rench g^v- 
eriuuent should reckon as a part of his pay the present made him by the 
King of Spain." 

2532 Marceau (Francois S. D.— French general, defeated the Vendeans at 
Mans). Portrait, full bust in uniform. F. Bonneville del et_ sculp. 
Stipple in brown. 8vo. Pans, n.d. 

2533. Marceau (Fraxcois S. D.). Portrait, full bust in imiform. Mezzo- 
tint by Levachez, battle scene and biographical notice m script be- 
neath.' 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2534 Marceau (Fraxqots S. D.). Portrait, full length in uniform. Tor- 
chiana inc. S. Marceau dis. Stipple. 4to. 

2535. Marcellus (Le CoMTE). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris May 10 1824. Re- 

garding a position for a friend. With portrait (curious). 

2536. Marchaxd (Jean G.-French general, ^^^f 1^^,^„\^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

1 p. 4to. Headquarters, Staples, May 27, 1804. io M. UeterMiie, 

bookseller. ^ , • 4., „<. ^f 

Sending money for a dictionary of natural history, and askmg that it 
be forwarded to Montreuil-sur-Mer. 

2537. Marchand (Jean G.). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio Santiago (Cape Verde 

Islands), March 26, 1809. To Marshal ^ey. ^\lth portrait, full 
bust in uniform. 

Informing Xey that he has ordered the 69th battalion to return and wiU 
distribute same along the coast. The news concerning General Mathieu in 
tiVli^^strif^^rpleases the writer. He advises the burning of a certain 
convent and the shooting of all the monks, as he thinks that they are re- 
sponsible for the insurrection. 

2538. Marchand (Jean G.) Portrait, full bust in uniform. Forestier sculp. 

Stipple. 8vo. 
2539 Maret (Hugues B., Due De Bassano— secretary to Napoleon) A.L.S. 
2 pp. 4to. Paris, August 9, 1801. To the Minister of Innance. 
With portrait. 

Recipient is requested by the 1st Consul (Bonaparte) to return certain 
papers relating to a vessel in the port of Flushing. 

2540. Maret (Hugues B., Due De Bassano). A.L.S. Ip- folio Boulogne, 
le 4 Fructidor, I'An 13 [Aug. 21, 1805]. To the Councillor of State, 
relative to his request for position for his son, &c. With portrait, 
full bust, after Isabey. 

2541 Maret (Hugues B., Due De Bassano). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Ostervde 
(Prussia), March 21, 1807. 
Personal letter asking the recipient to help a M. Isam (?). 



2542. Maket (Hugues B., Due De Bassano). A.L.S. "Le Due de Bas- 

sano/' 1 p. folio, Paris, Nov. 29, 1814. To Baron !Moiinier. Relative 
to an error that was made when he (Maret) was paid the sum of 
20,000 fr. 

2543. Maret (Hugues B., Due De Bassaxo). A.L.S. "Le Due de Bas- 

sano."' 1 p. 4to. May 28, n.)^ A friendly letter to an unnamed cor- 
respondent regarding his departure for Beaujen, etc. 

2544. Maret (Hugues B., Due De Bassaxo). Portrait, full Imst in uni- 

form. Bocourt [sc.]. Stipple, 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

2545. Maria I., Queen Of Portugal, 1777-1807. Portrait, full bust in oval. 

Line and stipple, engraved by I. C. Rivara. 4to. London, 1800 

2546. ]\rARiA II, (QuEEX Of Portugal, daughter of Dom Pedro, Emperor of 

Brazil). Portrait, full bust in oval. Engraved by J. Brown. Steel 
engraving. Proof on India paper. 4to. London, 1854 

2547. Marie Adelaide (Duchesse De Bourgogne, daughter of Louis XV.). 

L.S. "Mane Adelaide." 2 pp. 4to. Marly, June 16, 1776. To M. 
De Beaumont. With portrait. 

Regarding a position for M. Da illy, and asking if she and her sisters are 
to be exempt from certain payments. 

2548. Marie Amelie (Queex Of France, wife of Louis Philippe). A.X. 1 p. 

n.p. Sept. 16. 1834, asking the recipient (M. Oudard) to make an 
extract of the note and to send it to M. Gerard. With portrait. 

2549. Marie Antoinette, Queen Of France. L.S., 1 p. folio (with address). 

Paris, Jan. 31, 1791., To her cousin, the Italian Cardinal Gerdil, 
thanking him for his New Year greetings. Countersigned by Beau- 
geard. 

2550. Marie Antoinette, Queen Of France. Portrait, full Imst in oval. 

Mezzotint (by Levachez). Scene and biography in script beneath. 
Svo, on small folio sheet. 

2551. Marie Antoinette, Queen Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval, 

Dessine et grave par J. A. Pierron. Line engraving. 4to. 

2552. Marie Antoinette, Queen Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval. 

Mezzotint, engraved by Christy. 4to. (small margins and neatly in- 
laid). 4to. " ' ^ Paris, n.d. 

2553. Marie Antoinette, Queen Of France. " ]\Iaria Antouietta, Regina 

di Francia," full length in court dress. G. A. Sasso inc. G. B. 
Bosio dis. Svo, also representation of her at the guillotine. To- 
gether, 2 pieces. 

2554. [Marie D'Orleans — youngest daughter of Louis Philippe, Duchess of 

Wiirtemburg.] A.L. in third person, unsigned. 1 p. 12mo. Twick- 
enham, Aug. 1, 1816. Requests that a letter she encloses be for- 
Avarded to Copenhagen. 

2555. Marie-£lisabeth De Bourbon, Sceur de Louis XVI. Portrait, full 

bust in oval. Unsigned. Mezzotint. 4to. 



255(). Marie Louise, Empress Of France. D.S. 1 p. oblong 4to. (parch- 
ment). Paris, Dec. 15, 1811, appointing Mme. Lechartreux member 
of a charitable society. Countersigned by Cardinal Fesch, Grand 
Chaplain of the Empire. 

2557. Marie Louise, P]mpress Of France. L.S. 1 p. 4to, Livorno (Italy), 

July 28. 1816. To the Prince Starhemberg [an Austrian Field- 
Marshal], expressing her high esteem of him and creating him 
" Chevalier Grand Croix de mon Ordre Constantinien de St. George." 

2558. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. An 8vo sheet on which is written 

in the autograph of Marie Louise the names of eleven persons, 
proba1)lv those invited to some dinner party, dated Feb. 28, 1830. 
Headed " Pranzo del 28. Febbrajo 1830 alle. E. poin^ /7/." 

2559. ^^Iarie Louise, Empress Op France. Portrait, full bust, low cut dress, 

wearing jewels. Grave . . . par Aug. B. Desnoyers, pemt 
..." par Guerard. 4to. Pans, n.d. 

2560 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval, J. F. 
Lehmann sculp. Stipple in brown. 8vo, with margins. 

2561. Maeie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval, low , 
cut dress, wearing jewels. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 

2562 M\rie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust, light head 
dress, roses in hair. Aquarelle by Girardet. In gilt frame. 
Purchased by the owner at auction in Paris, June, 1892. 

2563. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust m oval, wear- 

ing crown. Douas sculpt., termine par Duthe. Stipple. 4to 
(slightly rubbed in several places) . Pans, n.d. 

2564. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in o^aL G^ay^ 

par N. Bertrand. Stipple. 4to. -^aris, n.a. 

2565. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait full bust, court dress, 

wearing jewels. Grave . . . par A. B. Desnoyers, pemt . . . 
par Guerard. 8vo. 
9566 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval. Grave 
par Felix Zuliani. Line engraving. 8vo. Venice, n.a. 

2567 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval. Line 
engraving. Unsigned. 8vo, with full margins. Pans, n.d. 

2568. Maeie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval. Edwin 
sc, Gueraud pinxt. Stipple. 12mo. 

2569 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval. Line 

engraving after David, on the reverse is a representation ot tlie 
crowning of Napoleon. 8vo. 

2570 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval, wear- 
' ing Jewels. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. [Vienna, n.d.] 



2571. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full hust in oval, low 

cut dress. Stipple. Unsigned. Printed in colors. 12mo. 

2572. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval. H. 

Kitter sc. . . . 1810. Line engraving. In colors, 12mo. 

2573. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval. Stip- 

ple. Unsigned. Proof before all letters. 8vo. 

2574. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portraits, (1), full bust in oval. 

Stipple. India paper, (worn), and (2) full length with Napoleon 
II. 2 pieces. 

2575. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust, in oval. Johan 

Mansfeld, sc. Monsorno pinx. Mezzotint. -Ito (creased in places). 

Vienna, n.d. 

2576. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval, wear- 

ing crown. Louis del. et sculp. Stipple. Proof before inscription. 
8vo. 

2577. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portraits, (1), full bust in oval, 

on title of The Court of Napoleon by F. B. Goodrich. Engraved by 
J. C. Buttre. Proof on India paper. (2), full length, grave par 
Legris, peint par Gerard [from the Versailles Gallerv^] (spotted) ; 
and another, in colors [from Ackerman's Repository]. Together, 3^ 
pieces. 

2578. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full bust in oval, wear- 

ing jewels. Augrand fecit. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

2579. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length, wearing 

crown. Original crayon drawing, said to be by [Jean Baptiste] 
Isabey, signed " isabey," with full length portrait of the painter and 
his daughter, engraved by P. Adam after Gerard, open letter proof 
on India paper. 2 pieces. 

2580. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length in oval, in 

court dress, wearing jewels. Lebeau sculp. Xaudet del. Line en- 
graving. -Ito. Paris, n.d. 

2581. Marie Louise, Empress Of France, Another copy of the preceding, 

smaller margins, and printed on different paper. 8vo. 

2582. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length, court dress, 

wearing jewels. Grave par prot., dessine d'apres un portrait orig- 
inal de Vienne. Stipple. 8vo. Milan, n.d. 

2583. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length, wearing 

crown. Grave par J. B. Gudin. dirige par Augte. Desnoyers. Stipple. 
Folio. Paris, n.d. 

The reproduction in Sloane's Life of Napoleon was made from tills en- 
graving. 

2584. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length, low cut 

dress, wearing jewels, crown nearby. Benoist Jne. sc. Alex. Vigneux 
fee. Stipple, 4to. Paris, n.d. 



2585. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. The same. Printed in colors, 

portions of which have probably been touched up by hand. 

2586. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length, court dress, 

wearing crown, coat of arms beneath. Millier sculp. P. Freilhon 
del. Stipple, cut close. 4to. 

2587 M\rie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length in oval, in 

court dress, wearing jewels. Grave par Tassaert, dessme par Lauglet. 
Stipple, avo. ■ Paris,n.d. 

2588 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length, court dress, 

iewels at throat, and in hair. Grave par J. Xeidl, pemt par Hocnle. 
Stipple in brown. 4to. Wem, n.d. 

2589. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length in oval. 
Grave par F W. Bollinger, peint par Mensorno a Vienne. 181U. 
Stipple! ito. ^ Berlm,n.d. 

2590 MiRiE Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length. Grave 

par N. Bertrand, peint par P. Gerard. Stipple. 4to. Pans, n.d. 

2591 MA.RIE Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length. Bertrand 

sculp. Stipple. 4to. Pans, n.d. 

2592 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, J^alf lengtli in oval. 

Grave par Bollinger, peint par Monsorno. Stipple. 4to. Berlin, n.d. 

2593 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length low cut 
■ dress, cloak lightly thrown over shoulders. D. e grave par J. Mama. 

Stipple. Printed in colors. 4to, with margins. 
2594. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, half length, low cut 
dress, cloak on right arm. Grave . . . par E. Mayer, pemt 
... par J. B. Lampe. Stipple. Small folio. 

2595 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Miniature portrait, full length, 

court dress. Charon del. et sculp. Stipple. 8vo. 1 aris, n.a. 

2596 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. The same, before place of publi- 

cation [Paris] was added. [l^aris, n.a. j 

2597 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Oval medallions containing (1) 

view of the column in the Place A^endome, and (2) Mane Louise, 
accompanied by her infant son, on the back of the French eagle 
soaring through space. On one sheet. Stipple. Unsigned proof be- 
fore af] letters. 4to. 

2598 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. " Ihr Maj. die Kaiserin von 

Frankreich Marie Louise besucht ihren erlauchten Sohn den Komg 
von Eom," containing full length portrait. Line engraving after 
Schule, 1811. 4to (creased across middle). 

2599 Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, " Marie Louise Kai- 

serin von Frankreich," full length, wearing crown. In colors. 8vo 

[ca. IblUJ 



2G00. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. " 8a Majeste :Marie Louise, lin- 
poratrice ties Frangais, aceompagnee de se.s Daines d'PIonneur, vieiit 
voir son Auguste flls lo ]Joi de Kome," etc., containing full length 
portrait of Marie Louise. Line engraving. 4to (slight repairs). 

Paris, n.d. 

2601. Marie Louise, Empress Of Fraxce. "Famille Imperiale de Marie 

Louise, Imperatrice des Fran^ais, Reine d'ltalie," containing (] por- 
traits, including Marie Louise, Hortense, and others on one sheet. 
Folio. Paris, n.d. 

2602. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. " Couronnement de sa ^Majeste 

Flmperatriee des Frangois, en 1804, Decembre " contains representa- 
tions of the coronation and in oval above a half length portrait of 
^[arie Lonise) . Grave par P. Audouin, peint d'apres nature par J. A. 
Laurent. Line engraving. Folio. 

2603. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full length, in royal 

robes, long gloves, fan, tiara, &c. Engraved by Mr. C. Taylor and 
Mr. T. Cruikshank from an original drawing by M. Prudon, and 
aquatinted by Mr. R. G. Reeve. In colors. 8vo. (Creased as 
usual). [From Ireland's Life of Xapoleon.] [London, ca. 1820] 
This well-known portrait is practically unknown in colobs. 

2604. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. Portrait, full length, court dress, 

placing wreath of laurel on sculptured bust of Xapoleon. Stipple. 
Printed in colors. Small folio. Paris, n.d. 

2605. Marie Louise, Empress Of France. " Buonapartens erstes Ungliick 

seit seinem Wiedererscheinen oder niisslungener Versuch seinen so- 
genaunten Konig von Rom aus Schonljrunn zu entfuhren." In colors. 
4to. 

A representation of Marie Louise with her son in her arms attempting 
to join Xapoleon at Elba. Thwarted by her father at every turn, she was 
finally made a virtual prisoner at Schonbrunn. 

2606. Marie THERi>sE (Queen Of Hungary and Bohemia — mother of 

Marie Antoinette). A.X.S. "Maria Theresia," on the reverse of a 
portion of a document, 1 p. 12mo. n.p.n.d. (circa 1T42). "With por- 
trait. 

The note contains in addition to the siixuature, six lines In her auto- 
graph in Latin. 

2607. Marie Therese, Queex Of Saxony. A.X.S. 1 p. 12mo. n.p. 1854. 

Stating that the message sent by telegraph was received at Dresden, 
and that the Duchess and Prince Thomas are in good health. 

2608. Marie Therese. E:hpress Of Brazil, wife of Dom Pedro II. L.S. 

1 p. folio, Rio Janeiro, Brazil, May 11, 1859. To Cardinal Vanui- 
celli. With seal. 

2609. Maria Isabella, Queen Of Portugal. L.S. ''' Maria Isabella,-' 1 p. 

4to. A'alencia (Spain), Dee. 1, 1829. 

2610. Marios (M. — French author). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p.n.d. Saying 

that he has been hurt, and another. 2 pieces. 



2611. Mahlborough (John Chuechill, Duke Of). Portrait, full bust in 

armor. Copper engraving by E. Sbeppard after C. Kneller. Small 
folio. 

2612. Maklbokough (Sarah, Duchess Of). Portrait, full bust in oval. 

Copper engraving by Ploubraken. Small folio. IT-lo 

2613. Marmont (Auguste F. L. V. De, Due De Eaguse— Marshal of France, 

aide-de-camp to Bonaparte in the Italian campaign). A.L. 1 p. 4to. 
Paris, le 12 Xivose, TAn 9 [Jan. 1, 1801], requesting interview with 
General Bollemont. With portrait. 

2614. Marmoxt (Auguste F. L. V. De, Due De Eaguse). L.S. 2 pp. folio, 

Utrecht, May 23, 1803. To the First Consul. The salutation also 
in Marmont's autograph. 

A spy named Larrazet having brousht Marmont some bottles of " encre 
simpathique," which he (the spy) had obtained from an English minister, 
requests that Marmont write under the name of Krentrer, using the ad- 
dress of M. Etterman, a merchant in the Hotel Bleichen. Larrazet also 
had made a request that his services be used for other purposes. 

2615. Maemont (Auguste F. L. Y. De, Due De Eaguse). L.S. " Mai. due 

de Eagusa," 1 p. 4to. Paris. June 22, 1814. 

A letter of recommendation regai-ding Col. Blauzot of the 8th regiment 
of light cavalry, who had rendered long and faithful service. 

2616. Marmoxt (Auguste F. L. Y. De, Due De Eaguse). Three lines and 

signature in his autograph on notification from the Post Office con- 
cerning a package for him. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 12, 1820. With 
portrait. 

2617. ^[armoxt (Auguste F. L. Y. De, Due De Eaguse). A.L.S. "le Mai. 

Due de Eagussa," 1 p. 8vo. (? place), April 7, no year. With 
portrait, full bust in uniform. 
A personal letter stating that the recipient's memory is cherished. 

2618. Marmont (Auguste F. L. Y. De, Due De Eaguse). Autograph en- 

dorsement, signed " Le Mai. Due de Eaguse," with several lines also 
in his autograph, on a petition signed by Major General Thierry, 
1. folio, n.p.n.d. With portrait. 

2619. Marmont (Auguste F. L. Y. De, Due De Eaguse). Portrait, half 

length in uniform. Lithograph on India paper after Nesle. Folio. 

2620. Marmont (Auguste F. L. Y. De, Due De Eagouse). Portrait, full 

length in uniform. [Lith. de. Gerard.] On India paper. 8vo. 

2621. Marmont (Jean F. — celebrated French author). Eeceipt signed, 

1 p. 8vo. Paris, July 19, 1788. 

A receipt for £2,700 being the last payment on £10,000 (perhaps for his 
writings). 

2622. Marmontel (Jean F.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Dupin fil. sc. 

Cochin fil. del. Line engraving. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 



At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Ninth Session, Numbers 2623 to 2961, Inclusive 

TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 18th, AT 8.15 O'CLOCK 

For date of other sessions, see " ORDER OF SALE," page supra. 



2G23. Marragon, Leitault and Deluigue. D.S. by all three, 1 p. folio, 
(Paris). National Convention, June 6, 1795. Granting a pension to 
the widow, Catherine E. P. Bisson. 

2624. Marshall (John — Chief Justice of United States). Portrait, half 

length. Etched by H. B. Hall. Folio (margin stained). 

New York, 1877 

2625. Martelli (Minister of Justice). L.S. 2 pp. folio. Rome, 8 Ventose 

I'An VII [Feb. 26, 1799]. Desires that troops be stationed in the 
vicinity of Clitumno on account of the depredations of the brigands. 

2626. Martial (Thomas — French general). A.L.S. 3 pp. folio. Cany, Feb. 

24, 1794. To General Vialle. From the Sainsbury collection. 

Stating that he has been informed that General R^gnault is to have the 
inspection of the line of coast from Bresle to St. Vallery, and asking for 
the appointment of inspector from St. Vallery to Havre. 

2627. Mary II. (Queen Of Willlam III.). Portrait, full bust in oval. I. 

Smith fee. and exeud. G. Kneller pinx. Mezzotint. Folio, (cut to 
plate mark and mounted.) London 

2628. Massena (Andre, Prince D'Essling — Marshal of France). D.S. on 

stationer}^ of the Army of Italy. 1 p. folio, Milan, August 19, 1799. 

To Adj.-Commander Neille ordering him to depart immediately to Paris, 
for special services. 

2629. Massena (Andre, Prince D'Essling). L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including 

addressed portion). Paris, Jan. 8, 1808. To M. Legrand, of the 
Dept. of Finance, requesting position for a M. Prevost of St. Cyr. 

2630. Massena (Andre, Prince D'Essling). A.L.S. "Prince D'Essling." 

1 p. 4to. Toulon, April 11, 1815. To the Minister of Marine at 
Toulon. 

Stating that all his orders will be given in the name of the Emperor. 



2631. Massena (Andke, Pkince D'Essling). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Mezzotint by Levachez, battle scene, and biographical notice in script 
beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2632. Massena (Andre, Prince D'Essling). Another copy of the same 

(slightly stained). 

2633 Massena (Andre, Prince D'Essling). Portrait, full length, in uni- 
form. Grave par A. Boilly, dessine par F. Millet. Line engraving, 
and another, also full length. 8vo. 2 pieces. 

2634. Massena (Andre, Prince D'Essling). Portrait, full length in uni- 

form, standing beside monument, right hand holding document, 
cocked hat on monument, cannon on ground. Sasso inc. Bosio del. 
'^ Maresciallo Massena, Duca di Eivoli," 8vo. Fine impression. 

2635. Massena (Andre, Prince D'Essling). Portrait, full length in uni- 

form, standing, military scene in background. E. Hoquart sculp. 
Aubry pinx. Mezzotint. Folio. 

2636. Mathieu — Commissioner of ammunition (?). A.L.S. 1 P- 4to. 

Amiens [?], April 5, 1794. Passport granted to Citizen [DumavilJ. 

2637 Mathieu (C. J. C— member of the National Convention). A.L.S. 1 

p 4to. Nov. 8, 1794, stating that a document bearing the seal and 
signatures of the Committee of General Safety is sufficient to warrant 
prolongation of leave in Paris. Signed also by M. Harmand. 

2638 Mvthieu-Mirampal (J. B. Charles— Deputy to the National Con- 

vention in 1792 ; voted for the death of Louis XVI.). D.S. 1 page 
and a half, 4to. 13 Frimaire, Year III. (1794). 

2639 Mathieu. Harmand and Laignelot. D.S. by all three, 1 p. folio. Dec- 

9 1794 To the Civil Committee of the Eevolutionary section. With 
seal. Saying that no safety passports will be given to any citizen 
who refuses to take an oath of fidelity to the Eepublic. 

2640 Mattei (ALLESSANDRO-Italian cardinal, in 1797 sent to negotiate with 

Bonaparte then marching towards Rome). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p. 
Jan. 19, 1806. With curious portrait. 

2641. Maupecu (Rene Charles De— Marshal of ^^rance under Louis XIV , 

French Statesman). D.S. 1 p. oblong 8vo, June 20, 1714. Soldier s 
certificate of leave. 

2642. Maupeou (Rene Charles De). A.L.S. telling that the assembly of 

the chambers was begun at 8 o'clock and ended at 3 o clock, and that 
the patent letters have been registered. 1 page folio, Paris, Dec-ember 
2, 1752. With fine impression of the portrait engraved by Cathelm. 
2 pieces, 

2643. Mauri (Jean Sylvain). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint, scene, 

and biographical account in script beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2644. Maurice, Elector Of Saxony, celebrated general. Portrait, full bust 

in armor. Grave par Petit. Line engraving. 4to. 



2645. Maury (Jkax Siffreix. Cardinal — celebrated French prelate, oppo- 
nent of Mirabeau, and Archbiiihop of Paris). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, with 
seal. Montefiascone, ]\[a_v KS, 1T!)5. Witli portrait. 2 pieces. 

To Abbe de Bouverie, secretary of the fir.st bishoi) of Wariuie, coiupli- 
menting hiin for the place obtained. 

26-iG. :\rArRY (Jeax Siffreix). L.S. 1 p. folio, n.p. Dec. 2, 1812. To the 
Prefect de la Seine ( ?). 

An invitation to be present at the services to be held in the Metropolllan 
Church upon the anniversary of the crowning of Napoleon, and on the 
following day at the services in coninienioratiou of those who died in th*- 
battle of Austerlitz. 

2647. Maury (Jeax Siffreix). Portrait, full Inist in oval. Mezzotint by Le- 

vachez, scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 8vo, oti 
small folio sheet. 

2648. Maximiliax Joseph II., Kixg Of Bavaria (elector). L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

^Yiirtzbnrg, Sept. 30, 1805. To Marshal (Massena?). 

Stating that orders have been sent to General de Roy, and arrangements 
made to stock the citadel of Wurtzburg with provisions. As for the fort 
of Forchheim. no decision will be reached until after the generals have 
conferred with Bernadottc. The king of Prussia has ordered the writer 
to retreat to the castle of Ausbach should such retreat be necessary. 

2649. Mayexxe (Charles De Lorraixe, Due De, 1554-1611 — able French 

general). Eeceipt signed on vellum, obi. 4to. December 27, 1597. 
\Vith portrait. 2 pieces. 

The Due de Mayenne fought against the Huguenots, and organized with 
his brother Henry the Catholic League in 1577. 

2650. McCheyxe (Robert M. — eminent Scotch divine, knew the Greek alpha- 

bet at the age of four). Portrait, half length. Engraved b}' John 
Le Conte after H. J. Stewart. Mezzotint. Proof. 4to. 

Edinburgh. 

2651. Medici (Cosoio III. De, 1642-1723— Grand Duke of Tuscany and last 

of the Medicis). L. with autograph postscriptum signed. 4 pp. 8vo. 
Poggio Imperiale, June 3, 1672. 

Thanking a gentleman for the sympathy expressed to him on occasion 
of the premature delivery of the child of his daughter, wife of the Elector 
of Bavaria. 

2652. Medici (Cosimo III. De— Grand Duke of Tuscany, 1642-1723). L.S. 

to Giulio Bardi. With seal. Half a page, folio. Villa di Cerreto, 
November 29, 1678. "With portrait of Cosimo II. 2 pieces. 

2653. Melas (Michael — Austrian general). Portrait, half length in uni- 

form. D. Weis sc. Kininger del. Stipple. 4to. Wien, n.d. 

2654. Melas (Michael). Portrait, half length in uniform. A. Eegoua scul. 

Kininger del. Line engraving. 4to. 

2655. Melzi D'Eril (Fraxcesco — Italian statesman, vice-president of the 

Cisalpine Eepublie). Portrait, half length in uniform. A. Barbini 
del. Line engraving. 8vo. 



2656 Mexeval (Claude F. DE-Xapoleon's secretary during the Empire). 
A.L.S. 1 p. 13mo. Oct. 26, 1823. Returns to M. De Las Cases books 
loaned him, &c. With portrait. 

^657 Mexou (Jvcques F.— French general accompanied Xapoleon to Egypr, 
capitulated to Sir Ralph Abercromby at Alexandria). A.N.b. 1 p. 
8vo. n.p. (but probably Alexandria), August 18, 1798. 
Regarding the payment of certain money. 



2658. 



Mexou (Jacques F.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Turin, June 10, 1803. To 
Citizen Reinhard. 

Acknowledgment of receipt of letter. Writer understands what recipi- 
ent means bv "taking measures which w.mld he a new proof ot my 
lustiJe/' . "The best proof of that would be to help the unfortunate 

ones who are dying of hunger." etc. 

2659. Mexou (Jacques F.). A.L.S. 3 pp. Mio Turin July 5, 1803. To 

Citizen Aenihart. On Menou's printed stationer). 

\ nronosal relating to the way in which the French government could 
find oi?'how imlJh money there is in Turin, and how it may best be put 
into circulation. 

2660. MEXOU (Jacques F.). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Turin, March 17, 1804. With 

portrait, full bust, on India paper. 

Acknowledging the receipt of a package, and saying he has sent copies of 
the plan for a commercial code. 

2661. Mexou (Jacques F.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. F. Bonneville 

del. sculp. Stipple. 8vo. 

2662. Mexschikoee (Pi^-cess DAHCi-Wife of Akxandei^m^^^ 

schikoff, favorite of Peter the Great). A.L.S. m ^J^^f ^^^^ 

To her husband, sending, in terms ot endearment birthday gieetmgs 

and a coat, vest and buckler as a gift. (Waterstamed.)^^ .^^^ ^^^^^ 

2663. Mehlix (EuGEXE_Frenc4. general, conamanded ^^^J^^^^f^^^^l 

during the Hundred Days) . A.L.S. 1 p folio. Pari. Uct. 4 i» 
With portrait, full bust in uniform. Asking a fa^or for Mi.. 
Ceris. 

8664. Meulix De Douai (Philippe A.-French statesman, C»";-;;|'« «^ 
State under Napoleon). L.S. 2 pp. -tto. .^f '''^Jf ;,]f' J, f 'there 

voted death for Louis XVL, on the margins ot an A.L.S. 1 p. 4to ot 
M. Fabre. sr., Paris, March 1, 179o. 



2666. Merlin De Douai (Pmlippe A.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Sept. 3, 

1802. To the Minister of AVar. 

A request from Merlin to know just what is the Ck)uncil of Revision of 
the 19th division, as there has been trouble about the sentence passed 
upon Jeau-Baptiste Guerier. 

2667. Merlin De Douai (Philippe A.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, June 13, 

1815. To the Prince **** in charge of the portfolio of the Chief 
Justice. With portrait. 

Recommending Pizzian Barol and hoping that he may be found a place 
in the Imperial Court. 

2668. Merlin De Douai (Philippe A.). Portrait, head in oval, after a 

sculpture by David. Proof. 4to. 

2669. Merlin De Douai and Personne. L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Paris, Jan. 31, 

1795. To the Commission of Civil Administration. An explanation 
' of certain laws, etc. 

2670. Merode (Comte Felix De — Belgian Minister of State, the most elo- 

quent chief of the Catholic party). A.L.S. 3 pages 8vo. Blanville, 
October 9, 1828. 
To a bookseller asking for the " Xouveau Guide des maires." 

2671. Metternich (Clemens W., Prince Von — Austrian statesman). A.S. 

with several words in his autograph, and wax seal. Sept. 9, 1808. 
With portrait. 

2672. Metternich (Clemens W., Prince Yon). A.L.S. " M." 1 p. 8vo. 

n.p.n.d. With portrait. 

It had been decided that the recipient should go to Vienna to collect 
certain "liquidations" (money), also tells him that he might mention 
the change in the ministry and thus secure better chances. 

2673. Metternich (Clemens W., Prince Von). Portrait, full bust in oval. 

C. Guerin sculpt. F. Hof delt. Stipple in brown. 4to. 

2674. Metternich (Clemens W., Prince Von). Portrait, three-quarter 

length, seated. Engraved by Samuel Cousins, painted by Sir Thos. 
Lawrence. Mezzotint. Large folio, full margins, some uncut. Open 
letters. London, 1830 

2675. Metternich (Clemens W., Prince Von). Portrait, three-quarter 

length. Unsigned. 4to. 

2676. Mexico. St. Francisco de Campeche. Line engraving. 4to. 

2677. Mezzotint. " Eloisa." Theo. Watson fecit. D. Gardner pinxt. Small 

folio. London, 1775 

2678. Mezzotint. A Jew Eabbi. Cosbut fee. Eembrandt pinxt. 4to, small 

margins. London, J. Bowles 

2679. Mezzotint. Interior of a cottage, a card game in progress. Probably 

after painting by Tenniers. Cut to plate mark. 4to. 

2680. Mezzotint. " The Beggar Boy," after Murillo. Proof before letters. 

Small folio. 



2681. Mezzotint, " Night. Boy blowing Charcoal." Wilson fecit. G. Schal- 

ken pinxt. Folio, margins cut away. 

2682. Mezzotint. " Truth discovering to Time, Science instructing her chil- 

dren in the improvements on the microscope." T. S. Duche pmxit. 
(margins and portion of imprint cut away) ; also portraits of H. 
Brubern, and others. Line and wood engraving, one (nnnamed), 
proof on China paper before all letters. 4to, and 8vo. Together, 4 
pieces. 

2683. Mezzotints. Portraits of Nicholaus C. Luuker. P. Schenck fecit; 

Fridericus Nicolai ; Van-Dyck ; Johannes de Wolff. P. Schenck fee. ; 
"The BPPs Council" [Sr. Francis Pemberton, Sr. Creswell Levine 
and 5 others], and another. 4to, and 8vo (margins of all cut away). 
Together, 6 pieces. 

2684. Mezzotints. " The BPPs Council " [Sr. Francis Pemberton, Sr. Cres- 

well Levine and 5 others] ; " Here's a health to the Duke of York " 
"whereever he goes"; "The Effigie of Willm. Smith, Philomath." 
4to (margins of all cut away). Together, 3 pieces. 

2685. Michel (Claude E. — French general, killed at Waterloo). A.L.S. 

" Baron Michel." 1 p. folio. Dresden, July 30, 1813. To the Min- 
ister of War. With bookplate (cut close). The letter is regarding 
certain maps. 

From the Sainsbury colJection. 

2686. Mignet (Feanqois A. M. — distinguished French historian). A.L.S. 

1 p. 8vo. n.p. July 18, 1850. Regarding a reading on agriculture, 
etc. With portrait, on India paper. 

2687. MiLHAUD (Jean Baptiste — French general). D.S. with several auto- 

graph lines on the petition of M. Jean Perrier, July 13, 1795. 2 pp. 
folio. Signed also by Mejancas, with several autograph lines. 

2688. Millais (John Eveeett). Original drawing. "The Opera Box." 

Sepia. Signed, " J. E. Millais, K. A." 4to. 

2689. Milobadovitch (Michael A.— Russian general). Portrait, full bust 

in uniform. G. G. Endner sc. 1816. Stipple. 8vo. 

2690. MiNA (Don Feancisco Espoz Y— celebrated Spanish general). Por- 

trait, full bust in uniform. Lith. de Lamglame after Alfred D. 
1813. 4to. 

2691. MiNAYA (P. T.— agent of the Comte d'Antraigues, the eminent French 

politician). A.N.S. 1 p. 8vo. May 16, 1797. Regarding the for- 
warding of letters. 

2692. Mintier (Chevalier De— :\rarechal de Camp in the army of Prince 

Louis Joseph de Conde). A.L.S. to the Count Emanuel L. H. 
d'Entraigues. 1 page 4to. Ubcrlingen, :\[ay 22, 1797. 

Stating that he has not received the bills of exchange which the Count 
was to have forwarded, and fears lest they may have miscarried. 



2G93. MiOLLLs (Sextus A. F.— French general, served with Kochaml)eau, 
wouiulod at Yorktown). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 18, 1800. 
Telling tlic recipient that lie will forward certain paper? as soon as 
he returns to Quini])er (France). With portrait. 

2094. MioLLis (Sextus A. F.). A. L.S. 1 p. folio. I'aris, Feb. 1!). 1812. 
Asks the aid of the reciiiicnt rejiardiii,:,' a M. Cainail, living; in Paris. 

2695. ]\IioNNET (TirEouoitE Edme — eminent French antiquary and numis- 

matist; author of the "Descriptive Catalogue of Greek and Roman 
Medals"). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Paris, March 14, 1829. 
To the bookhiiider asking him to call for a volume to be bound. 

2696. [MiitABEAU (BoxiFACE P., ^'ICO]\ITE Dk — brother of the Statesman of 

the French Revolution, served in the U. S. army about 1780.] Short 
A.L. unsigned, in third person. 2 pp. (including addressed portion). 
16mo. [Paris, circa 1790.] To Baron de Servieres, requesting his 
company at his home to meet friends of the C'omte d'Entraigues. 

2697. MiRABEAu (Boniface P., Vicomte De). L.S. 1 p. 4t(). Nancy, May 

29, 1790. Grants leave of absence to an officer. 

2698. MiRABEAU (HoxoRE G., CoMTE De — one of the most celebrated cliar- 

acters of the French Revolution). A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. n.p. Dec. 1, 
1778. To M. Boueniours (?). ' 

An interesting and important letter in which the writer says he fails to 
understand where recipient got the idea that he (Mirabeau) was the man 
of the hour. He cannot see what important affair the recipient can have 
to impart to him. Mention is made of the overtliroAv of the monarchy, the 
clamor of the courts, etc. 

2699. Mirabeau (Honore G.. Comte De). L.S. "Mirabeau I'aine." 1 p. 

4to. Paris, Jan. 10, 1791. To M. Nogavet, sculptor, stating that he 
will always be willing to oblige him whenever the opportunity pre- 
' sents itself, etc. 

2700. Mirabeau (Hoxore G., Comte De). Portrait, full bust in oval. 

Mezzotint by Levachez, scene and biographical notice in script be- 
neath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2701. Mirabeau (Hoxore G., Comte De). Another copy of the same. 

2702. Mirabeau (Honore G., Comte De). Portrait, full length. Biasioli 

inc. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

2703. Mirabeau (Honore G., Comte De). " Mirabeau et Marie-Antoinette." 

A. Johannot pinxt. Lithograph. 4to. 

2704. Mirabeau (Honore G., Comte De). Portrait, full length. Lith. de 

Villain. 4to. 

2705. Missiessy (Edouard T. B. — French admiral, served with distinction 

in the American Revolution). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Toulon, Jan. 19, 
1772. With portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Thanking a correspondent for the information relative to the Roya'. 
Naval Academy. 



270G. MoLiTOK (Uahkiel J. J. — Marshal of France). Signature attesting a 
true copy of a Document issued by General Morangier concerning the 
theft of Gunpowder at Port de la Graille. 3 pp. folio. [Grenoble], 
le 3 Floreal [April 23, 1796]. 

2707. MoLiTOR (Gabriel J. J.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Kayterstrauton, March 3, 

1797. To Gen. Lecourbe. 

•• I am charged by (ien. Aubert to advise you that the two battalions of 
hussars caiiiped at Ottweiller will leave this place on the I'Ah of this 
month. The .wneral invites you to have the same day the 84th regt. 
occupy the following towns,— Weissveiller, Neukirchen, "Oberzbetchbach," 
etc. 

2708. MoLiTOR (Gabriel J. J.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Meissenheim, Oct. 15, 

1797. To General Lecourbe. 

Regarding communications with the inhabitants of the territory occu- 
pietl by the enemy, and authorizing business to proceed as usual, with the 
e.xceptiou of the export of grain. 

2709. MoLiTOR (Gabriel J. J.). L.S. " Molitor." 2 pp. 4to. Sargossa 

(Spain), May 3, 1823. To General Pamphile Lacroix. On military 
affairs, with mention of Miralez, Landron, etc. Interesting letter. 

2710. MoLiTOR (Gabriel J. J.). A.L.S. " Le Mai. Molitor." 1 p. 4to. 

Nancy, Sept. 2, 1837. To General * * * (?) on military mat- 
ters. 

2711. Molitor (Gabriel J. J.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. 

4to. Paris, n.d. 

2712. Molitor (Gabriel J. J.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Bocourt 

sculpt. Mallard del. Stipple. 4to. 

2713. Mole (Louis M., Comte — French Minister of State). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Paris, August 10, 1838. With portrait and coat of arms. 
Regarding a newly appointed member of the Legion of Honor. 

2714. Mole (Louis M., Comte). A.L.S. 2 pp., 8vo. June 13, 1841. ]^Ien- 

tions a report, and the amendment of a certain law. 

2715. Mole (Louis M., Comte). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, April 30, 1847. 

Asking the recipient to give Mme. Jacquier a position in the stamp 
office. 

2716. Mole, Tourxeaux, &c. L.S. 1 p. 4to. Lauterbourg, Dec. 15, 1810. 

Keport of present condition of bridges and roads of the Dept. of 
Lower Ehine. Signed by Tourneaux, Mole, Lajon, and others. 

2717. Molleaulle (Vicomte De). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Venice, Sept. 13, 

1796. Eequesting the recipient (Count * * * ?) to obtain for 
him a portrait of the king's profile which he wishes to place on the 
cover of one of his works, with inscription " Spes Galliae Ludovico 
XVIII," etc. 

2718. ]\Iollevant (Charles L. — president of the Extraordinary Coimcil of 

Twelve). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. (Nov.), 23, 1792. Informing the 
recipient that he has received no news from certain clients. 



2719. MoNCEY (Bon Adhiex J., Due De Coxegliano — Marshal of France, 

imprisoned for refusing to preside at the trial of Xey). L.S. 1 p. 
folio. Paris, Dec. 21, 1805. To Councillor of State Lavalette, one 
of Bonaparte's favorite attendants, and who married Emilie de 
Beauharnais, a niece of Josephine. With portrait, full length in uni- 
form. 

Introdueing Francois Laiidraj^iii. r*'(iuesting that Lavalette sjive liim the 
l)Ositioii of first mail guard from Chalons to Mayence or from ^Slayence to 
Metz, and saying that he has rendered faithful service. 

2720. MoNCEY (Box Adriex J., Due De Coxegliaxo), Signature on slip 

of paper attached to portrait. [Circa 1810.] Eoyal 8vo. 

2721. MoNCEY (Bon Adrien J., Due De Coxegliaxo). L.S. 1 p. folio. 

Paris, Dec. i, 1811, to the Due de Feltre [General Clarke], concern- . 
ing the appointment of La Barthe as sub-lieutenant of Infantry. 

2722. MoNeEY (Bon Adrien J., Due De Conegliano). L.S. "Mai. due 

de Conegliano." 1 p. folio. Paris, Jan. 20, 1812. To M. Blaue 

Lanautte, chief of police at Orleans. With portrait, full length in 

uniform after Walbonne. 

Regarding the admission of a Vincent Prester, son of a sergeant, to the 
College of Orleans. 

2723. [Moxcey (Box Adriex J., Due De Conegliano).] A.L.S. of M. 

Deleville, holder of an official position in the department of accounts. 
1 p. folio. L'ndated. To the Minister of Finance, requesting a po- 
sition as reward for his long services. With portrait of Moncey, full 
bust in uniform. Lithograph. 8vo. 

At the foot of the letter are six lines in Moncey's autograph, signed 
" le Mai. Moncey," approving of the contents of the' letter, and testifying 
to the applicant's worth. 

2724. Moncey (Madame, wife of Bon A. J. Moncev). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

La Yaivre, July 30, 1829. To her husband.' With seal. 

Regarding their daughter, who had recently become a mother. Madame 
says that she hopes to go soon to the baths at Luxeuill, and sends affection- 
ate greetings. 

2725. MoNCK (Christophee, 2nd Duke Of Albemaele). Portrait, full 

bust. Mezzotint from a scarce print by Becket. 8vo. London, 1811 

2726. MoNESTiEK (J. B. — Deputy during the Revolution). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Paris, April 6, 1795. With fine seal. 

In reference to the claim of Citizen Veysort regarding money. Moues- 
tier signs himself " Representative of the People." 

2727. Mongelas (Madame De Lisle Du Plessis — Inspectress of the "Mai- 

son Lnperiale Napoleon." A.L.S. 1 p. -Ito. Ecouen, Feb. 20, 1814. 
To M. Gerard informing him that a package has been forwarded. 

2728. MoNGEz Le Jeune (Jean Andre — naturalist; accompanied La 

Perouse on his voyage around the world, and shared the fate of the 
unfortunate explorer). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to. March 4, 1785. 

A very interesting letter referring both to his editorial occupation and 
the journal, and dated only a short time before he quitted France. 



2729. Monk (Geokge— Duke of Albemarle, English general). Portrait, half 

length, in armor. Copper engraving by E. Sheppard after Logan. 
Small folio. (London), 1735 

2730. MoNNERON (AuGUSTiN — member of the Constitutional Assembly). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 27, 1793. To the Directors of Cus- 
toms on customs matters. 

The writer and his brother obtained permission from the Republic to 
issue copper tolvcns of the value of two and five sous each, which were 
manufactured in England; they however soon fell into disci'edit, and were 
withdrawn from circulation. 

2731. MoxNET (Louis C— French general). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to, including 

addressed portion). Flushing, le 16 Vendemiaire, I'An 12 [Oct. 7, 
1803]. To his wife in Paris, requesting the purchase of certain 
articles for his use (slight repairs to 1 sheet). With plate. 

2732 MoNNOT AND Dyzes. (President, and member, of the National Con- 
vention). L.S. 1 p. folio. [Paris], le 12 Nivose, I'An III [Jan. 
1, 1795]. Contains order of the Committee of Finances of the Na- 
tional Convention for the enforcement of the law of December 2. 
Signed by Monnot and Dyzes. 

2733. MoxsEiGXEUR GuiLLAUME, Bishop of Cassia). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to. 
Guata, Province of Agamien [Abyssinia]. March 20, 1847. In 
Italian. 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 404), enclosed in his library 
wrapper and with his autograph annotations. 

2734 MoNTALiVET (Jean P. B., Comte De— Minister of the Interior). L.S. 

1 p. folio. Paris, March 2, 1810, forwarding the Emperor's decree 
relative to certain purchases of wool, and giving terms of payment m 
cash to those who desired to make such. (Portion of 1 work lack- 
ing.) Portrait. 

From the Sainsbury collection. 

2735 MONTALIVET (Jean P. B., Co^ite De). L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Oct. 25 

1809. To the Councillor of State. Eegarding samples of paper sent 
to him. 

2736 Mont .LivET (Jean P. B., Comte De). L.S. 2 pp. folio, Paris, May 

8,1811. To M. Gavoty telling him that he cannot accept his work 
" Le Manuel du fileur Cordier." 

2737. MONTALIVET (Jean P. B., Co.ite De). L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Nov. 6, 
1811. To M. Devismer. ^ ^ ,. 

Regarding the texture of a sample of flax sent to him, manufactured by 
M. Lucius. 

31, 1776. With portrait, full bust in uniform, dessme et grave par 

Pruneau. 

Asking for a mounted street guard for the city of Lorraine. 



373!). MoNTBAKEY (ALEXANDRE M. 1j., Vm:scK 1)e). A.L.S. 1 p. s(iuarc 8vo. 
May 25, 1778. States that he will order a certain regiment to break 
camp and serve in the guard of the interior. 

2740. MoNTBAREY (ALEXANDRE -M. L., l*RiNCE ])e). L.S. 1 p. I'olio, Ver- 

sailles, Sept. 30, 1780. 

All order to tlie commander of the regiment of the Royal Dragoons to 
have the horses in readiness when the regiment reaches Versailles. 

2741. MoNTCHOiSY (Louis A. — French general, served in Italy). A.L.S. 1 p. 

folio. Genoa, Aug. 13, 1813. Informs the Minister of War (Gen- 
eral Clarke), that M. Chiaracei has hcen made a memher of the 
10th Eegt., &c. 

2742. Montesquieu (Charles De Secondat De — grandson of the celebrated 

Montesquieu; served with distinction in the United States, 1779-81). 
Letter written and signed in his name. 2 pp. 4to. Bordeaux, May 
2, 1785. 

Advising M. Ridout. a French officer about to sail for America, that he 
has sent aboard his ship cases of wine and a quantity of walnuts for Gen- 
eral Washington. 

2743. Montesquieu (Charles De Secondat De). Portrait, full length, 

seated. Sasso inc. Bramati dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

2744. Montesquiou (Alfred — aide-de-camp to Napoleon). A.L.S. 2 pp. 

8vo. n.p. Oct. 13, 1843. To the Editor of "Journal des Debats "( ?). 
Asking for two issues of the paper which contained an article on his 
works, etc. 

2745. Montesquiou (Anatole, Comte De). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including 

addressed portion. Paris, Oct. 14, 1831. Informs M. Yillenau that 
he has declared his letter to the Queen. 

2746. MoNTEiL (Fran(:ois-Ay]\iar De — chief of a naval squadron of the King 

of France). Official A.L.S. 1 p. folio. On board the Palmier at 
Havana. February 22, 1781. 

Stating it is very essential that the rigging of the " Intrepide *' be 
changed, and ordering that every vessel send a certain number of hands 
to help so that no time may be lost. 

2747. MoNTEYNARD (Louis F., Marquis De — Minister of War under Louis 

XVI.). D.S., on vellum. 1 p. oblong 8vo. Versailles, Dec. 20, 1773. 
Certificate of army service. (Top margin cut into.) 

2748. Montezuma — Eey de Mexico. Portrait, full bust in oval, in war dress. 

Copper engraving, small folio. 

2749. Montfort (Jacques — French general). A.L.S., 2 pp. folio. Paris, 

May 15, 1810. To Director General of Customs, asking payment of 
the amount due himself and several others for the seizure of certain 
English merchandise some years previous. 

2750. Montgaillard (J. G. Maurice Eoques — French adventurer and politi- 

cal Avriter; employed as a secret agent by the Bourbons). A.L.S. to 
Monsieur Belin. 1 p. 4to. Paris, January 27, 1817. 

Subscribing to a new edition of the works of J. J. [Rousseau.] 



2751. MoNGEROULT De Charnage (Madame De — composer and pianist). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. 8vo. Paris, September 19, 1822. 

2752. MoNTHOLON (Charles T., Marquis De — French general, shared Na- 

poleon's exile on St. Helena). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, July 26, 1827. 
Eequests the Councillor of State to allow Mme. Eiviere a license to 
sell tobacco. With portrait. 

2753. MoNTHOLON (Charles T.. Marquis De). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. May 

10, 1827. 

Informing the recipient tliat lie will communicate the answer of the 
attorney general as soon as possible. 

275-1. MoNTHOLON (Charles T., Marquis De). Portrait, full bust in uni- 
form. Lithograph by Froment. 4to. 

2755. MoNTiioLON (Charles T., Marquis De). Portrait, full length in 

uniform, holding sword in left hand, moimted soldiers in background. 
Mezzotint. Folio. Proof before all letters. 

2756. MoNTiGNi (L.— French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p. August 22, 

1832. To M. Eoger of the French Academy informing him that he 
cannot make an appointment. 

2757. MoNTjOYE (Christopher F. L. — author of " History of the Conspiracy 

of Eobespierre"). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Sept. 26, 1815. To M. 
Gendron. Asking to be appointed 'rector of Grenoble. 

2758. Montlosier (Count — French author, and at one time one of the editors 

of the " Constitutionnel '"'). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p.n.d. To M. Lebus, 
Chief of Division. Asking conversation with recipient regarding M. 
]\Iorin. With 2 portraits, 1 on India paper. 

2759. Montmarie (L. F. E. L. — General of Brigade, and aide-de-camp to 

Marshal Lefebre). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, Oct. 25, 1812. [To the 
Minister of War], asking permission to purchase a map of Eussia 
which he desires to take with him to Spain. 

2760. Montmorency (Laval — last abbess of Montmartre). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Montmartre, Oct. 24, 1784. A letter of thanks. 

2761. Montmorency (Princesse De). A.L.S. 1 p. 16mo. n.p.n.d. [1835]. 

Bequests permission for a friend of hers to gather flowers in some 
garden. 

2762. MoNTMORENCY-LuxEMBOURG (A. C. F. — Duc De Bouteville, Peer of 

France). A.L.S. 2 pp. scjuare 12mo, including addressed portion. 
Paris, May 16, 1767. Eec|uests M. Danjou to terminate a certain af- 
fair by the day following. With portrait. 

2763. MoNTMORiN (Armand M. — condemned by the Eevolutionary Tribunal, 

executed Sept. 1792). L.S. 1 p. 4to.' Versailles, Sept. 9, 1787. 

Refusing to write to the French Ambassador at St. Petersburgh to re- 
ceive M. de Luzier as a French ofticer. 



2704. MoNTMORiN (Catherine II. De — Abbess of the Abbey lioyal of Notre 
Dame). Autograph signature '' H. de Montnionn, abbesse de 
Jouarre," at the foot of a document. 1 p. 8vo. May 11, 1784. 

2765. MoNTPENSiER (Anne Marie L. D'Oeleans — daughter of Gaston, Duke 
of Orleans, and cousin of Louis XIV.). D.S. " Anne Marie Louise 
d'Orleans,-' 1 p. folio, on vellum, Paris, Jan. (18), 1670. The nom- 
ination of an officer. With portrait. 

27(i6. MoNTREUiL. L.S. "Marie de Bourbon," 3 pp. folio, Paris, July 19, 
166-4. A lease of land to M. Jean Pivin. 

2767. [MoNTREVEL. (Deputy to the Estates General).] A.L.S. 2 pp. small 

4to, including addressed portion. Aug. 12, 1784. Hopes to see M. 
Dampierre when he returns to Dijon. 

2768. MoNT-RoND (Baeon De— emigrant Eoyalist during the French Revolu- 

tion). A.L.S. to Madame de St. Huberty (afterwards Comtesse d'An- 
traigues). 2 pp. and a half, 4to. With seal. Lugano, May 9, 1795. 

An interesting letter expressing his thanlis for her proffered pecuniary 
assistance, while the princes of France, for Avhom he had sacrificed every- 
thing, refused him such help. 

2769. Mont-Serraz (Pierre pRAxgois — French general, took possession of 

the Isle of Elba in 1801). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including addressed por- 
tion. Geneva, Jan. 15, 1811. To M. Amoche, mentioning interest- 
ing details relative to the Neapolitan army. 

2770. MoNTYON (Baron J. B. Robert De — philanthropic French nobleman 

and writer). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. January 20, 1818. 

2771. Moore (Sir John — celebrated British general, served under MacLean 

in the American Revolution). A.L.S. "J. Moore," 1 p. 4to. Lud- 
low, August 8, n.y. To A. T. Greene, Liverpool. 

A personal letter telling the recipient to " . . . put yourself into a 
Liverpool coach that comes 3 times a week to Ludlow ... do there- 
fore come immediately." 

2772. Moore (Sir John). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Engraved by A. 

Cardon, drawn by A. J. Oliver. Stipple. 8vo. London, 1809 

2773. Moore (Sir John). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. Un- 

signed. 4to. London, 1809. Also representation of the Death of 
General Moore. Line engraving by Smith. London, 1815. 2 pieces. 

2774. MoRAND (L. C. A. — French general, served at Austerlitz, Jena, Essling, 

&c.). L.S. 1 p. folio. Ajaccio, Oct. 17, 1807. To the Minister of 
War, requesting aid for a woman, one of whose sons has been killed, 
and who has two others in the army. With portrait. 

2775. More (Sir Thomas— author of "Utopia"). Portrait, full bust in 

oval. Saml. Taylor fecit., H. Holbein pinx. Mezzotint. 8vo, cut 
close, and slightlv creased. 



2TT(). MoEEAU (Jean A'jctoh, one of the inost eminent French generals, 
exiled to the United States as an accomplice of Picherou). A.L.S. 
2 pp. 4to. Headquarters at Schilike(?), Dec. 11, 1796. To the 
Commissary of the Government requesting that the sum of 10,000 
livres be sent him. 

2777. More AU (Jean- Victor). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to (in English). Morrisville, 

Jan. 2, 1813. To Eobert Oliver, Esq., Baltimore, Md. 

" . . . by tho schooner Dick lately arrived in New York, I received 
from Mrs. Moreau exactly the same account as you state, but the fate of 
the generals arroste<l was not yet mentioned. . . . I am very sorx'y I 
did not receive the French newspaper . . . they have been lately de- 
tained in some post otlice, which is very often the cause in the country " 
(of France), etc. 

2778. Moreau (Jean Victor). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, April 30, 1813. To 

the Minister of the Interior requesting permission for his two 
nephews to attend the College of Lyons for a portion only of the 
regular tuition fee, as they have not the means for payment, thus 
necessitating that he, Moreau, should "foot the bill." With por- 
trait. 

2779. Moreau (Jean Victor). Portrait, bust in uniform. Engraved from 

an original drawing by Nunes de Carvalho, by . . . William 
Nicholls. Stipple. Folio. London, 1813 

2780. Moreau (Jean Victor), Portrait, bust in uniform. Dulaillis delint. 

Stipple. 8vo. [London, ca. 1814] 

2781. Moreau (Jean Victor). Portrait, bust in imiform. Mezzotint by 

Levachez, Ijattle scene beneath. 8vo on small folio sheet. 

2782. Moreau (Jean Victor). Another copy of the same. 

2783. Moreau (Jean Victor). Another copy of the same. 

2784. Moreau (Jean Victor). Portrait, bust in uniform. Line and stipple. 

LTnsigned. In colors, 8vo. 

2785. Moreau (Jean Victor). Portrait, three quarter length in uniform, 

holding sword in right hand. Anthy. C'ardon delint. et sculpt. Stip- 
ple, Fine impression, with small margins. Small folio. 

London, 1802 

2780. Moreau (Jean Victor). Portrait, three quarter' length in uniform, 
cocked hat on table near])y. German copper engraving, entitled 
"Moreau franzosischer ober General der Ehein Armee ini Jahre 
1796." 4to, 

2787. Moreau (Jean Victor), Portrait, full length in uniform. Steel en- 

graving after Giradet, 4to, 

2788. Moreau (Jean Victor). Portrait, full length in uniform, Delaistre 

sculp. A, Guillcminot del. Line engraving. 4to. 

2789. Moreau (Jean Victor). Portrait, in uniform, on horseback, Dessine 

d'apres nature & grave par Cralaignier. Stipple. Cut close and 
mounted. Folio. 



2790. MoREAU De Jonnes (Alex an due — author of treatises on mineralogy, 

and other scientific subjects). A.N.S. 8vo. Paris, ca 1845. 

2791. MoRiN (Arthur Jules — General of Brigade, served in the Egyptian 

campaign). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. [Mezieres], Nov. 3, 1808. To Comte 
D'Hunebourg [General Clarke] informing him that he is forwarding 
two reports from the commander at Verdun relative to the conduct 
of the First Eegiment at Vaucouleur. 

2792. MoRiN (Etienne — French Protestant divine, professor of Oriental Lan- 

guages at Amsterdam). L.S, 2 pp. folio, including addressed por- 
tion. Amsterdam, July, 1688, concerning a translation which has 
not been completed. 

In 1G94 the writer of the above created some conuuotion in the literary 
world of his day by attempting to prove in a work he then issued that the 
language of Paradise was Hebrew. 

2793. MoRiVAUX (M.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Arbois, Dec. 1, 1791. A personal 

letter regarding an appointment to M. Geunet ( ?). 

2794. MoRGHEN (Eafelle S. — eminent Italian engraver). Portrait, full bust. 

Line engraving by ^Mediolani after Caronni. 4to, with margins. 

2795. Morland (Henry R. — painter, father of George). "The Unlucky 

Boy." Mezzotint. Heny. Morland, Inven. et pinxt. Folio, small 
margins. 

2796. MoELOT (French general). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, le 22 jMessidor, 

I'An 8 [July 10, 1800], recommending Citizen Salvage as a good 
officer. 

2797. MoRNY (Charles A. L. J. — reputed son of Hortense De Beauharnois). 

Portrait, steel engraving by Drouar. 4to. 

2798. Mortemart (C. L. V. De Eochechouart, Due De — French general 

and diplomatist). Official A.L.S. 1 page and a half, small 4to. 
Paris, ^Larch 3, 1825. 

2799. Mortier (Edouard A. C. J., Due De Trevise — Marshal of France, 

displayed signal bravery on the iield at Friedland, 1807). L.S. 2 pp. 
folio. Paris, le 22 Germinal, I'An 11 [April 11, 1803]. To the Min- 
ister of "War, informing him that he has issued orders to mobilize the 
troops under his command, and that the instruction given them be 
made the most of. 

2800. Mortier (Edouard A. C. J., Due De Trevise). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. 

Paris, April 21, 1802. With portrait, full length in uniform. Lari- 
viere peint. To the Director of Artillery at St. Laurent. 

Advising him that a boat load of powder is to be forwarded to St. Denis 
from Essonne. and telling him that it must be sent under guard of five 
men and a sergeant. 

2801. Mortier (Sdouard A. C. J., Due De Trevise). L.S. " Ed. Mortier." 

1 p. 4to. General Headquarters at Breslau, Oct. 27, 1807. To Gen- 
eral Clarke, Minister of War at Paris. 

Acknowledges the receipt of Gen. Clarke's letter containing orders from 
the Council of Administration, that all arms must be renewed the first of 
each year. 



2802. MoHTiER (l^DOUARD A. C. J., Duc De Trevise). Portrait, full length 

in uniform, on horseback. Line engraving, [n colors, -ito. 

Paris, n.d. 

2803. MoRTiER (finouARD A. C. J., Duc De Trevise). Portrait, in uniform, 

on horseback. Line engraving. In colors. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

2804. Mortier, Dttperre, &c. Address of the Chamber of Peers to Louis 

Philip])e, King of France, giving a summary of the condition of the 
country, and hoping that the king will adopt vigorous measures to 
maintain the present peace. 7 pp. folio. [Paris], Aug. 10, 1831. 
Tied with blue ribbon. Signed by Pasquier, Pres. of the Chamber 
and Chancellor of Prance, Mortier, Duke of Trevise and Marshal of 
France; Duperrer, Admiral of France, and two others. Five signa- 
tures in all. 

2805. MoETLOCK (Lewis — of the Sloop of War Wolverine, defeated 2 French 

luggers, Jan. 3, 1799). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Engraved by 
C. Turner after I. J. Masquerier. Stipple. 4to. London, 1799 

2806. Moscow. Colored view. Folio. , London, 1815 

2807. Moscow. The Kremlin, Moscow. In colors. Folio. London, 1815 

2808. Mottet (M.— deputy). A.L.S. 3 pp. Ito. Paris, Feb. 6, 1840. A 

letter of thanks for kindnesses shown. 

2809. Mouchy (Philippe De Nouailles, Comte De — Marshal; defended 

Louis XVI when the palace was attacked by the mob in 1792; exe- 
cuted 1794). A.L.S. 2 pp. small 4to. Eefers to the procuring of 
some official position for his correspondent. Versailles [circa 1790]. 

2810. Moulins (Jean FRAxgois A. — French general, united with Gohier to 

oppose Bonaparte in the coup d'etat of the 18th Brumaire). A.L.S. 
1 p. 4to. Paris, Sept. 7, 1799. To Citizen Loisel. 

Sending certain papers that will show the extent of misdemeanors com- 
mitted by Royalist employees of the districts of Sambre, etc. 

2811. Moulins (Jean Francois). Portrait, full length in uniform. Line 

engraving. Proof on India paper, before all letters. 8vo. 

2812. Mounier (J. Charles — French general, served at Arcoli, etc.). A.L.S. 

1 p. folio. Ormea (Italy), Oct. 2, 1795. With portrait, on India 
paper. 

2813. Mount Vernon. Residence of Washington. Tinted lithograph after 

Kollner. 4to. New York, 1848 

2814. MouRGUE (SciPiEN — Minister of the Interior). A.L.S., 1 p. 4to. 

Paris, le 22 Fructidor, I'An X [Sept. 13, 1802], returning 5 docu- 
ments to M. Perrigaux, sent him to be authenticated. 

2815. MouTER AND Croiseau (French officers). Certificate attesting that cer- 

tain articles seized at Dourl)ach were the property of the 8th l)at- 
talion, &c. 2 pp. 4to. Bauhenhein, April 19, 1793. With wax seal. 
Signed by Mouter and (h-oiseau. 



2816. MouTON-DuvERNET (R. B. — French general, served in Guadaloiipe, at 

Toulon, in the Spanisli Campaign, &c., shot by the Bourboiis be- 
cause of his faithfulness to Xapoleon). L.S. 1 p. folio. Lyon, June 
10, 1815. Informs the Prefect of the Dept. of the Rhone that he 
is to review the troops on the following day, &c. "With portrait. 

2817. Mueller (Ferd., Baron Vox — eminent Australian botanist). 2 

A.L.S. to G. S. Davis of Detroit. In all, 11 pp. 1885-1892. Re- 
garding certain antidotes for poison. 

2818. MuRAT (Joachim^ King Of jSTaples — ^Marshal of France, to whom 

Bonaparte gave in marriage his sister Caroline, pronounced by Na- 
poleon as "the best cavalry officer in Europe"). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. 
Paris, Feb. 4, 1803. To the Minister of the Interior. 

" I have the bonoi- to write you, Citizen minister, that the First Consul, 
has authorized me to present to you. as candidate for the office of Pre- 
fect now vacant, the citizen Loreillot Demars. I have the honor to recall 
to you the interest I talce in him, and the good will the First Consul 
has for him. Being certain that you will be delighted to give a good 
reception to a man, who has always executed his duties faithfully, I have 
the honor to salute you. J. Murat." 

2819. Murat (Joachim, Kixg Of Naples). L.S'. "Joachim." 1 p. -Ito. 

Dusseldorf, April 11, 1806. To the French Council of State. 

An Interesting letter written shortly after he was created Grand Duke 
of Berg and Cleves, asking to have an account of the French administra- 
tion, to serve as a model for the administration of the Duchy of Berg and 
Cleves, etc. 

2820. Murat (Joachim, King Of Naples). A.L.S. "Joachim," 1 p. 4to. 

Madrid, April 9, 1808. Regarding the sum of 2,000 fr. and with 
mention of General Belliard. 

2821. Murat (Joachim, King Of Naples). L.S. "Joachim Napoleon," 

1 p. 4to. Paris, Dec. 7, 1809. To the Count d'Hunebourg, Minis- 
ter of War. 

Writer requests recipient to recall to the Emperor's mind the petition 
sent in some time before regarding certain conscripts, that they may be 
made ready for active service the following spring. 

2822. Murat (Joachim, King Of Naples). Portrait, bust in uniform, 

wearing cocked hat. " JMurat, general des Armees de la Republique." 
F. Bonneville, del et sculp. 8vo. 

2823. Murat (Joachim, King Of Naples). Portrait, bust in uniform. 

" Gioacchino Napoleone, re delle due Sicilie." 8vo. 

2824. Murat (Joachim, King Of Naples). Portrait, bust in uniform. 

Proof on India paper, before all letters. 8vo. 

2825. Murat (Joachim, King Of Naples). Portrait, bust in uniform, wear- 

ing hat with feathers, entitled " S.A.Imp. Joachim Napoleon, Roi 
de Naples & de Sicile, Gd. Amiral de France," also portrait of Caro- 
line Marie A. Bonaparte on same plate, entitled " S.A.Imp. Marie 
Annunciade Caroline, Soeur de FEmpr. Reine de Naples & de Sicile." 
Grave par Choul)ard, dessine par Lafond je. Stipple. Folio. 



2826. MuRAT (Joachim, King Of Naples). Portraits (1), bust in uniform, 

and (2) full length in uniform, the latter after Bourdet. 4to and 
8vo. 2 pieces. 

2827. Murat (Joachim, King Of Naples). Portrait, half length, in uni- 

form. Euotte sculp. Gros pinxt. Stipple. Printed in colors, por- 
tions touched up by hand. 4to, cut close and neatly inlaid. 

2828. Murat (Joachim, King Of Naples). Portrait, half length, in uni- 

form. Swebach del. Grave par Landelle. Stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

2829. Murat (Joachim, King Of Naples). Portrait, half length in uni- 

form. Ruotte sculp. Gregorius delt. Gros pinxt. Stipple. Folio. 
Fine impression. 

2830. Murat (Joachim, King Of Naples). Portrait, full length in uni- 

form. Eados inc. Bosio die. Stipple. 8vo. 

2831. Murat (Joachim, King Of Naples). Portrait, "Joachim Napoleon, 

Roi de Naples," full length in uniform, Bosselman [sc.]. Stipple. 
12mo. Paris, n.d. 

2832. Murat (Napoleon A. — son of the King of Naples, emigrated to Flor- 

ida). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. New Orleans, March 15, 1837. An urgent 
request for money. 

2833. Murat (Prince Lucien — 2nd son of Murat, King of Naples). A.L.S. 

1 p. 4to. n.p. June 25, n.y. To an unnamed general. With 2 por- 
traits. 

luforms his correspondent that the Emperor had alrei'.dy advised him 
of the news which the general had just communicated, etc. 

2834. MusTAPHA Ben-Ismail — Arabian chief, and able adversary of Abd-el- 

Kader, against whom he fought in cooperation with the French, who 
gave him the rank of general). D.S. 1 p. folio. Oran, April 30, 
1837. 



DOCUMENTS SIGNED BY NAPOLEON. 

The 28 signatures of the Emperor appended to these papers include most 
of those enumerated by Mr. Sainsbury on his well-known list of facsimiles 
published by Charles Tilt, London, 1836, together with several others that 
do not seem to appear thereon. Nevertheless, the signatures here catalogued are 
all genuine, and simply show the natural variations that might have occurred 
in writing these signatures at different periods and under changed conditions. 

2835. Napoleon. L.S. 1 p. extended to small 4to. Ollioules, 1 du 4 moin 

[Nivose]. December 21, 1793. Signed, in full, "Buonaparte." 

A fine, early signature about the time he was at Toulon, and before he 
was made general. Orders a commandant to rejoin his company at 
Bandol. 

2836. Napoleon. L.S. 1 p. folio. Marathou, le 24 Fructidor, I'An II [Sep- 

tember 11, 1793]. Relative to the furnishing of wheat and the pay- 
ment therefor. "Signed, in full, " Buonaparte." 



2837. NAroLEON. Three lines and signature in his autograph, on a portion 

of a letter in another hand. Oblong 8vo, inlaid. [Nov. 15, 1794], 
With portrait of Napoleon as a prisoner at Nice. (2 pieces). 

Lines commence — " RcconnneiuM au MiniMre de la Guerre, tCc." with 
signature," — •" Buonaparte." in full. 

2838. N.SPOLEON. D.S. 1 p. folio, inlaid. I'aris, le 17 Pluviose, I'An IV. 

[Feb. 6, 1796]. To the " Ministre de la j\[arine " about the transfer 
of an officer. Signed, in full, '' Buonaparte," with three lines in his 
autograph erased. 

In this document Buonaparte" is titled, " General en chef de I'Armee de 
rinterieur." 

2839. Napoleon. A.L.S. from' Faypoult. 2 pp. folio. Genoa, le 17 Ven- 

demiaire, I'An V [October 9, 1796]. Napoleon has signed on top 
margin, " Bonaparte,'' without the " u. " Laid in is a portrait, ob- 
long ]2mo, after Johannot. (2 pieces). 

Long and iuterestiug A. L. S. from G. C. Faypoult de Maisoncelle, Min- 
ister Plenipotentiary at Genoa. Mentions the King of Naples, the arrest 
• of Governor Olivieri whose death-warrant Bonaparte signs, the arrest of 

others, mostly brigands, tStc. 

2840. Napoleox. L.S. 2 pp. 4to, [Cairo], le 30 Germinal, I'An VI [April 

20, 1798]. Signed, "Bonaparte," General en Chef de I'Armee 
d'Angleterre. Laid in is a portrait, 8vo, of Napoleon in Egypt. 

To the Minister of War relative to the appointment of Surgeon-in-chief 
at the Invalides, Paris, of one who acted in the same capacity in tlie army, 
but who is now unfitted for further field-service. 

Documents signed bv Napoleon while in Egypt are very scarce. 

2841. Napoleon. D.S. on Native Glazed Paper, 1 p. tall folio (folded). 

[Aboussio, Egypt], le 3 Messidore, I'An VII [June 21,1799]. Signed 
in full, " Bonaparte," as General-in-Chief. 

Letter from an Arab chief of the tribe of Azzale. written in Arabic, 
with French translation on same sheet, in which he informs Napoleon con- 
cerning an attack made by some of his soldiers upon his domicile, the 
robbery thereof, and prays for redress, &c. NaiX)leon orders the Com- 
mandant [at Ghira] to report on occurrence. 

2842. Napoleon. D.S. 3 pp. folio, le 28 Frimaire, I'An VIII [Paris, De- 

cember 18, 1799], Eapport aux Consuls de la Eepublique. Signa- 
ture, on margin, " Buonaparte," in full, with two lines in his auto- 
graph. 

Notice from the Minister of War, Louis Alexandre Berthier, with drSft 
of a statement of an ex-chief of a squadron of horse, requesting reinstate- 
ment, &c. The report is signed, — " Alex Berthier,'" 

2843. Napoleon. Passport of Joseph Bonaparte and family. 4 pp. folio, 

vellum. Paris, le premier Brumaire, I'An IX. [October 22, 1800]. 
Signed " Bonaparte " as First Consul. 

Countersigned by Charles Maurice Talleyrand, Minister of Foreign Af- 
fairs, and Hugnes B. Maret. Secretary of State. With seal of the Republic, 
and engraved symbolical figure. 



284i. X.U'OLEOX. List of Candidates for Promotion, with memoranda in tlie 
autograph of Xapoleon, granting or refusing, as noted. 4 pp. folio. 
Undated, but probably sometime in 1800, and in conformity with the 
" Acte Constitutionnel " of Aug. 27, of that year. Stitched top and 
bottom, with the Tri-color ribbon. 

An unusual document, presented by the Minister of War to the Em- 
peror, and giving a list of thirty names of members of the army-corps 
reconmiended for ])romotiou, occasioned by the death, resignation, or 
transfer of others. In 22 instances Napoleon has written " accorde " ; in 
7. "refuse"; and in one [not decipherable]. The names listed include. — 
Mallet, Chorant. Frelois, Dumoulin, Bruges, Richomme, &c., names not 
readily placed historically, though a number may have become famous 
later. The document has been carefully ruled in ink and pencil, and de- 
scribes the places to be filled, names and grades of the soldiers proposed. 
&c. 

2845. Xapoleox. A French translation, in several autographs, of an Extract 

from an English letter. 4 pp. small 4to. London, July 17 [Xo 
year, but circa 1800]. On this Xapoleon has countersigned an un- 
usual "XP," with three lines in his autograph, and an erasure-line 
across several words; also, a sheet, 8vo, containing 5 lines said to 
be in the autograph of Xapoleon, unsigned, except for a curved stroke 
between two periods. X.p.n.d. (2 pieces, pinned together). 

Extract is an account of affairs in England ; mentions the names of 
[Isaac] Corry, Chancellor of the [Irish] Exchequer, and others. The five 
lines of autograph contain instructions to a certain citizen to have a new 
copy in French made of the Extract attached for publication in the 
" Moniteur." If the curved stroke noted be one of Napoleon's abbreviated 
signatures, it is unknown to Sainsbury. Both pieces are from the collec- 
tion of Charles Fontaine, with his stamp. 

2846. Xapoleox. D.S. 1 p. oblong folio, on Vellum, Paris, le quatorze A'en- 

tose, I'An XI [March 3, 1803]. Certificate of Promotion of Brigadier 
Armand Buland. Sia-nature. in full, of ''Bonaparte," as First Con- 
sul. (Folded). 

Fine Document, with engraved plate of a symbolical figure, and seal. 
Countersigned by Alex. Berthier, Minister of War, and Hugues B. Maret, 
Secretary of State. 

2847. Xapoleox. Appointment of Citizen Larche, President Triljunal of 

Appeal. 1 p. ol)loni]: folio. Vellum (folded). Saint Cloud, le 22 
Prairial, FAn XL [June 11, 1803]. Signed '' Bonai^arte." Also, 
contains signatures of [J. A.] Cliaptal, ]\nnister of the Interior, and 
Hugues B. ]\Iaret, Secretary of State. 

2848. X^iPOLEON. L.S. 2 pp., folio. Paris, le 20 Xivose, I'An 12. [Januarv 

11, 1804]. Signed in full, " Bonaparte." With seal of the Republic. 
To Cardinal Carlo Ersklne. thanking him for his expressions of attach- 
ment for him, &c. Countersignetl by [J. E. M.] Portalis, one of the re- 
organizers of the Catholic Church in France, and at this tune Counsellor 
of State; and, Hugues B. Maret, Secretary of State. 

2849. Xapoleox. L. S. from [J. F. A.] Dejean, Ministre-Dircctcur, Bureau de 

I'Habillement et du Campement. 2 ])p. folio. [Paris], le ler jour 
Complementaire, I'An XIII [1805]. To Xa]ioleon relative to pension 
for a member of the Army of the Orient, &e. Signed on margin, " Xa- 
poleon " in the a])breviated style he had then commenced to assume, 
together with tlie word " accorde "' in his autograph. 



2850. Xapoleox. l\ai)})ort a rEmperoiir [liar] Ministere de la Guerre [le] 

Bureau de I'Artillerie. 1 p. folio. [Paris], June 18, 1806. Signed 
•' XP " on left margin. Laid in is a portrait of Xapoleon, folio. 

This report is signed by Dejean, and concerns the prices and manu- 
facture of guns, certain brands of which cannot be made as cheaply at 
Turin as they can be at St. Etienne. 

2851. iSTAPOLEoy. A.L.S. from the Prince Sulkowski to " Sa Majeste I'Em- 

pereur Frangais et Eoi d'ltalie," 3 pp. folio. Czenstochau, March 
28, 1807. Mentions certain affairs in Silesia, Prince Jerome Na- 
poleon, &c. Signed " Xap." on margin, April 5, 1807. 

Sulkowski was a Polish General who served with distinction under 
Napoleon, was with him all through the Italian campaign, &c., and to 
whom the Emperor was sincerely attaclied. Interesting letter. 

2852. XapoleoN'. L.S. 1 p. 4to. inlaid. Yittoria. Xoveml)er 8, 1808. Signed 

" XP." To ''Prince de Xeufchatel '' [Berthicr?] mentioning a de- 
cree to be made known to the Generals, &c., and to be officially issued 
by the Minister of War. 

2853. Xapoleox. L.S. 1 p. folio, from a Colonel of Artillery. Yienne, June 

6, 1809. Stating condition of two wounded soldiers, and suggesting 
military recompense for them. Signed "' Xap " on left margin, with 
two lines of autograpb. With cut of the Emperor. (2 pieces). 

2854. Xapoleox. A.L.S. 1 p. folio, from Emile, Prince de Messe. Darm- 

stadt, Oct. 29, 1809. Signed in upper left-corner, '' XP," with several 
lines in the Emperor's autograph which have been partly olDliterated. 

Regrets the departure of Napoleon for Schonbrunn, the inability to 
receive orders from him, &c. 

2855. Xapoleox. L.S. commencing " Sire." 2 pp. folio, from Xapoleon's 

sister Elisa. n.p. [but probably in Tuscany], July 12 [circa 1810]. 
Signed '' XP," with a line of his handwriting. 

A very interesting letter from Marie Anne Elisa Buonaparte, sister of 
Napoleon. Princess of Piombino and Grand Duchess of Tuscany, in which 
she reports the condition of affairs of Lucques. mentions Talleyrand, 
Prince of Benevent. the work on a grand canal from Lake Bientiua, asks 
that boundaries be definitely settled. &c. Signed, — " Your most devoted 
and submissive sister." 

2856. Xapoleox. L.S. 1 p. folio, inlaid, St. Cloud, September 10, 1810. 

Signed on left to])-margin " XP,"' with the word " accorde " and date 
St Cloud, le 11. 7th. 1810. 

Letter is signed by Bessieres. Duke of Istria. and concerns the transfer 
of a light-armed grenadier to the Chasseurs. Bessieres was instrumental 
in placing Joseph Bonaparte on the tliroue. 

2857. Xapoleox. L.S. 1 p. folio, from Marshal Berthier, signed " Alex- 

andre." Paris, ^lav 23, 1811. Concerning a Portuguese General, 
his wife, &c. Countersigned on left margin, " XP " with one line 
in his autograph. 

This Report is made to Napoleon as, — L'Empereur et Roi." Berthier 
signs as, — " Le prince de Wagram et de Neuchatel." 



2858. Napoleon. L.S. 1 p. folio, from the Dnc de Feltre [Henri J. G. Clarke, 

Minister of War under Napoleon and Louis XVIII], Paris, June 17, 
1812. Concerns a proposition for extending the services of a certain 
squadron of horse, &c. Countersigned on left margin, "NP/' with the 
word " accorde " in Napoleon's autograph. 

2859. X^POLEON. D.S. 1 p. oljlong folio, vellum. Paris [Tuileries], Jan- 

uary 13, 1813. Warrant of the Chevalier Kemy, for military service. 
Signed "XP," and countersigned by the Due de Masset^, Minister of 
Justice. (Folded twice; with portrait.) 

Interesting document wherein the Emperor is titled, — " Napoleon, par le 
grace de Dieu. Emperenr des Fraugais, Roi d'ltalie, Protecteur de a Con- 
federation da Rhin, Mediateur de la Confederation Suisse, &e." With 
the contracted signature in heavy strokes. 

2860. Xapoleox. L.S. 1 p. small -Ito, inlaid. Paris, January 1, 1814. 

Signed with the contracted "XP " (somewhat stained). 

Letter is addressed " Mou Frere," and ends witli " Votre affeetionnfi 
frere ; but to which brother of the three is unknown. The Emperor 
thanks him for his New Year greetings, and expresses his satisfaction 
relative to an accident to his niece which has not resulted seriously. 

2861. Xapoleox. L.S. 1 p. folio, inlaid, Paris, June 8, 1815. Signed 

" XP," with the word " approve " in his autograph. 

From the Prince of Eckmuhl. Louis Nicolas Davoust, Marshal of France 
and Minister of War, concerning the appointment of an officer. There are 
several other signatures on letter which was written ten days before the 
battle of Waterloo. 

2862. Xapoleox. Five lines in Buonaparte's autograph, partly erased, oii 

slip of paper, inlaid to folio. As near as can be deciphered, extract 
concerns re-enforcements for some point, n.p.n.d. 



2863. Xapoleox. Four sheets of Napoleon's water-marked paper, all dilferent, 

two containing portraits of Xapoleon, and the others the Imperial 
Eagle, said to have been taken from his carriage at Waterloo. Folio. 

2864. X^APOLEOX. Two similar sheets, one with portrait of Xapoleon, the other 

with the eagle. 

2865. Napoleox. A small piece oi cloth said to have been cut from Na- 

poleon's carriage, captured at Waterloo, June 1815, also a piece 
of fringe said to have been cut from Napoleon's coronation carriage. 
Mounted on card. 2 pieces. 

2866. Napoleox [Letters, etc., relating to]. Manuscript copies of the fol- 

lowing: (1) Extract from Moniteur announcing that Bonapai-Le has 
been made a member of The Institute of Paris, Dec. 26, 1797. 1 p. 
folio; (2) Notice of Bonaparte's election to membership in the 
" Academic des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres." Dec. 30, 1797. 1 p. 
12mo; (3) Translation of letter from Naples, July 30, 1805, rel- 
ative to eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. 2 pp. folio ; (4) Letter from Car- 
not concerning Napoleon as "Protecteur de I'lnstitute." Paris, 
April, 10 [1811]. 1 p. 4to. Together, 4 pieces. 



3867. Napoleon. A Avell written manuscript of pages, 4to, entitled, " The 
Conduct and Protest of the Guard," by Paul, a soldier of the Im- 
perial Guard, also several pages of patriotic songs, in different liands. 

1815 
An interesting? niannscript in wliieli the writer pays a tribute to Napo- 
leon, for wliom every soldier would Iiave slied his blood. He protests 
against the jietion of the king [Charles X.| in having alwut him foreigners 
and nobles who deserted their country, etc. 



POETEAITS OF NAPOLEOX. 

S868. Napoleon. Oval portrait in oils on panel. By Horace Yernet. Bust 
in uniform, wearing cocked hat, looking left. Emblematical gilt 
frame. 

This portrait in oils was purchased by the present owner at the sale of 
the effects of the Inte R. F. Coolce. late partner of John Murray, the well- 
Ivnown English publisher, 50 Albermarle Street, T>ondon, England. It . 
was sold by Messrs. .Sotheby. Wilkinson and Hodge, .lune IS, 1892, with 
the following description, which is pasted on the back : 

" 1022. Napoleon I, by Yernet, in oils. 

*^*This ])ortiMit was given by Napoleon at St. Helena, to his surgeon 
O'Meara, who gave it to Thomas Moore, the poet." 

Later it lor a drawing of it], passed into the possession of Joel Barlow 
author of '"The Colnmbiad," etc.. and a stipple engraving was made from 
it [see following lot], with the inscription "Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor 
of the French, from an original drawing made for and in the possession 
of the late Joel Barlow, Esq. Engraved by W. Nicholls.'" 

Accompanying the portrait is a letter from Messrs. Sotheby to the owner 
regarding its purchase. 

2869. Napoleon, bust in uniform. Engraved in stipple by AV. XichoUs (after 

Horace Yernet). 4to. (See preceding lot). London, undated 

2870. Napoleon. "Bonaparte I. Consul de la Eep. Franc." Full bust in 

oval, in uniform. Audouin sculp. P. Bouillon del. Eepresentation of 
the battle of Marengo beneath. Line engraving. In colors. Folio. 
Framed and glazed. Paris, n.d. 

2871. Napoleon. " Souvenirs de I'Empereur," containing bust portrait, in 

uniform, no hat, surrounded by various scenes, from the siege of 
Toulon to his tomb at St. Helena. Graves . . . de J. Heinrigs. 
Folio. Berlin, n.d. 

2872. Napoleon, l)ust in uniform, no hat. left hand at breast. Lithograph. 

Proof in open letters on India paper. Unsigned. Folio. 

2873. Napoleon, bust in imiform, no hat, with two facsimiles of signature, 

with colored view of Porto Ferrajo and colored map. Folio. 

London, 1816 

2874. Napoleon, bust in uniform, wearing great coat and cocked hat. Orig- 

inal pencil drawing, signed " C. Bradley, 1878." Large folio. 

2875. Napoleon. " La Felicite de la France," containing medallion portraits 

of Napoleon and IMarie Louise. Line engraving. Unsigned. Folio. 



28T6. Napoleon, bust in iniiform, in gronp with :\larie Louise and the King 
of Eonie. Line. Unsigned. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

2877. Napoleox. The same. Eochard, del. and sculpt. 

2878. Xapoleox. statue-bust on column, with large full-length figure of 

Father Time kneeling before it, with broken scythe in one hand. 
Drawn with pen-and-ink. and washed. Unsigned. Folio. 

2879. Xapoleox. " Napoleon Gallorum Primus Imperator, Atque Rex 

Italiae," bust, Emperor's robes, wreath of laurel. Stipple, Henricus. 
Buguet delineavit. Printed in colors, touched up by hand. Folio. 

2880. Napoleox, oval bust in military coat, facing Marie Louise, figures of 

Peace and War with imperial crown and eagle above the busts. 
Stipple. Unsigned. On tinted paper. Folio. 

2881. Xapoleox, circular bust as Premier Consul. Mezzotint. Levachez, 

sculp. Underneath is a scene of the Bataille de Marengo. Du- 
plessis-Bertaux, del. The whole surrounded by a border in line. 
Folio. 

2882. Xapoleox, bust only, with inscription. Mezzotint and line. 8vo. 

2883 XiPOLEOX, bust in uniform, wearing crown of laurel, representation 

of the battle of Austerlitz beneath. Composee, dessmee, et gravee 
par Duplessi-Bertaux, terminee par Bovinet. Line engraving. Folio. 

2884 X\poLEOX, bust in uniform, no hat. Line engraving. Unsigned, to- 

o-ether with facsimiles of two signatures, a colored view of Porto 

Ferraio and colored map of the Island of Elba. On 1 sheet, foho. 

■' ' London, 1816 

2885 XiPOLEOX. small bust, embroidered coat, in colors, at the top of sheet 

ccntainino- a rebus on Bonaparte, the figures also m colors, lolio. 

Paris, n.d. 

2886 XiPOLEOX bust in uniform, sword, books, foliage, etc., beneath J. 

Landseer fecit. W. M. Craig delint. Line engraving. Proof on 
India paper. Folio. ' London, 1^97 

2887 XA.POLEOV, bust in uniform, no hat, left hand at breast. Lithograph 

after G. Bodmer. Proof on India paper before letters. Folio. 

2888 Xapoleox. bust in uniform, wearing cocked hat, together with portraits 

of Xev'Desaix and Kleber. All 12mo, and full bust. Lefevre del. 
et sc.,' biographical accounts of all. Excerpt, on folio sheet. 

2889. Xapoleox, bust in uniform, no hat. Grave par P. Audouin. dessine 

d'apres nature par Vauthier. Line engraving. Folio (thinned in 
several places). Pans, n.d. 

2890. Xapoleox. bust in uniform, no hat. Line engraving. Unsigned, with 

facsimiles of signatures. Folio. 
2891 Xapoleox, bust, state robes, no hat. T. Bouilliard delineavit & sculpsit. 
Line engraving. Large folio. Full margins. Pans, n.d. 



2892. ]\''apoleon, bust in unifonu, with 2 signatures, colored view of Porto 

Ferrajo and map of E11)a, also colored. On 1 sheet, folio. 

London, 18 IG 

2893. Xapoleon-. medallion bust, allegorical border, P. H. Toncis, scu. Line. 

Folio. Proof before inscription. 

2894. ISTapoleon", bust in uniform, looking left, no hat; on same sheet por- 

traits of Marie Louise, Napoleon IL and Pius YIT. all within orna- 
mental frames. Line. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

2895. Napoleon, sculptured bust, facing left. Cajetanus Bossa delin. et 

sculpt. Line engraving. Folio. 

2896. Napoleon, bust in uniform, cocked hat, symbolical print, inscription 

in German commencing " Die Ketten so er uns geschmiedet. nun 
lasten sie auf ihm allein," etc., view of Elba, etc. Stipple. Folio. 

Numberg, n.d. 

2897. Napoleon, another copy of the same in colors. 

2898. Napoleon, bust in floral oval, royal robes, wreath of laurel. Lit. Zan- 

noli. India paper. Folio. 

2899. Napoleon, bust in uniform with hat, surrounded by groups of battle- 

flags, munitions of war, Egyptian sphinxes, &c. " Le Temple de la 
Gloire. Egypte. Italic." Lith. Eobert et Blouet. Folio. 

[Paris, n.d.] 

2900. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. Grave par P. 

Audouin, dessine d'aprcs nature par Vauthier. Line. Small folio. 

2901. Napoleon. " Eaceolta di varj Ee d'ltalia." Portraits of the different 

kings of Italy, including Napoleon, full bust, also representation of 
the crown. 18 figures on one sheet. G. B. L. incise all' acquaforte. 
Folio. 

2902. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing right, long hair, no hat. Mezzotint 

by S. Arlent Edwards, signed by the engraver. China paper. Small 
folio. 

2903. Napoleon, bust in oval, royal robes, wreath of laurel [Mezzotint by 

Levachez], battle scene beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

2904. Napoleon, sculptured full bust, wreath of laurel, two women about to 

place garlands of flowers about his neck. F. Ltd. Goeur}^ sculpsit. 
Stipple. Printed in colors. Folio. 

2905. Napoleon, bust on pedestal, long hair. Liberty placing wreath on head. 

History taking notes, and Peace in the air with sword and scales. 
In colors. Line. Unsigned. Four lines in Italian underneath. 
Folio. 

2906. Napoleon, bust in oval, wearing cocked hat. J. F. Krethlow sc. J. F. 

Bolt del. Stipple. Printed "in colors. 4to. Berlin, 1806 



2907. Napoleox, Inist, Cf)nsurs robes, facing left, long hair. B. Audouin, 

sculpt. P. Bouillon del. View of the Battle of Marengo beneath. 
T.ine engraving. Small folio. Paris, n.d. 

2908. Napoleox, bust in uniform, wreath of laurel. Mezzotint (by Levachez). 

" Napoleon le Grand, Empereur des Frangais, Eoi d'ltalie," etc., 
representation of the Battle of Marengo beneath. 8vo, on small 
folio sheet. 

2909. Napoleon, bust in uniform, no hat, facsimiles of signatures as 

Napoleon and first Consul. Stipple. 8vo, on folio sheet. Proof on 
India paper. 

2910. Napoleox, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat, arms folded. Y. 

Mauduit, sculp. Guibert del. Stipple. Printed in colors. 4to. 

Paris, n.d. 

2911. Napoleon, bust on square ground, in uniform, with hat, arms folded. 

" Empereur des Frangais." Stipple. Louis Lacoste, del. et sculp. 
With letter " N " within radiated lines, underneath, 4to. 

2912. Napoleon, bust in uniform, with medals. Stipple. 4to. 

2913. Napoleon, bust in uniform, no hat, laurel and other decorations. Litho- 

graph. 4to. Mlinchen, n.d, 

2914. Napoleon, " Napoleone il Grande," bust in uniform, no hat. D. e 

grave per J. Maina. Stipple. 4to. 

2915. Napoleon, bust, military coat, no hat. Dessine et grave par Jean 

Andre L'Allemand a Vienne, 1804, Stipple. Printed in colors, por- 
tions touched up by hand. 4to, 

2916. Napoleon. " Napoleon le Grand," bust in uniform, no hat. Grave 

par Mecou, peint par J. Isabey, 1812. Stipple. Open letters. 4to. 

2917. Napoleon, bust in uniform, long hair, no hat. C, H, Hodges, sculp. 

J, T, Euica pinxit. Mezzotint, probably proof before inscription, 
small margins. 4to. 

2918. Napoleon, bust. Emperor's robes, wreath of laurel, also portrait of 

Marie-Louise, Empress's robes, wearing crown. Dessine par E , . ., 
Termine par Bensit. Stipple. Printed in colors, 4to, Paris, n.d, 

2919. Napoleon, Friedrich AYilhelm III, and Alexander I, 3 busts in a group, 

in uniform, sceptres intertwined with laurel wreath, underneatb, with- 
in ornamental border. B. H. Bendix, fee. 1807. 3 lines in German. 
Mezzotint. 4to, Berlin; A, Philipson 

2920. Napoleon, bust in oval, roj^al robes, wreath of laurel. Grave par Ernst 

Thelott, dessine par Desnoyers. Stipple, 4to. 

2921. Napoleon, "Buonaparte, erster Consul der Franz; Eepubl, Gebohren 

zu Ajacis in Corsica den 15 August 1769," bust in oval, long hair, no 
hat. Zu finden bey den Gebriidern Klauber, 4to, 



2923. i^APOLEON;, oval l)ust in nnifnrin with liat, facing left. Line. In colors. 
8vo. Paris; Tessari & Co., n.d. 

2923. jSTapoleon, "General Buonaparte," Imst in oval, long hair, no hat. 

Grave par Le Drive a Paris^ dessine ])ai- llilciire T.e Dm. Stipple. 
4to. 

2924. Napoleon, " Buonaparte general en Chef de Tarniee d'ltalie," full hust 

in oval, long hair. Grave par G. Jean Boggi a ^tilaii. Sti])p]e in 
brown. (Small hole in margin repaired.) 4to. 

2925. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing riglit, no hat. Stijiple. Un- 

signed, 4to. 

2926. Napoleon, bust in uniform, cocked hat. Engraved by S. Cousins, from 

the original by R. Lefevre. Mezzotint. Proof before inscription. 
India paper. 4to. 

2927. Napoleon, " Napoleon le Grand," bust in uniform, cocked hat, facing 

right, sword and laurel beneath. Lehmann in Berlin. Stipple and 
outline. 4to. 

2928. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. Grave par By. 

Roger, dessine par J. Guerin. Line and stipple. In colors. 4to. 

2929. Napoleon, " N Bonaparte, ler Consul," silhouetted l)ust in oval, long 

hair, no hat. Grave p. Lasquelion, dess. p. Villeneuve. Line and 
stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

2930. Napoleon, bust in uniform facing front, no hat. B. Roger, sc. Luneret 

pinx. Line and stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

.2931. Napoleon, bust in oval, in uniform, facing front, no hat. Stipple. 
Unsigned. 4to. 

2932. Napoleon, " Napoleon le Grand et ]\Iarie Louise unis par le Genie de la 

Paix," bust of each in oval. Girard, sculp. Boizot del. Stipple. 
4to. 

2933. Napoleon, bust in imiform, no hat, facing right, Leroux, sculpsit. 

Line engraving. Proof before all letters. (Inscription, etc., filled 
in with pencil.) 4to. India paper. 

2934. Napoleon, bust in oval, royal robes, wreath of laurel, Grave par P. 

x\udouin, peint par C. de Chatillon. Line engraving. 4to, margins 
cut away. 

2935. Napoleon, bust in uniform, within ornamental frame, no hat, facing 

left. Grave par Mecou, peint par J. Isabey. 4to. 

2936. Napoleon, bust in oval, royal robes, iron crown, G. Loughi disegne, 

1812. Line engraving. 4to (two small spots). 

2937. Napoleon, another copy of preceding without engraver's name, and 

perfect. 4to. 



2938. Napoleon, head from a scnlpture. Grave par G. Morghen dessine 

d'apres nature par J. B. Wicar en 1807. Line engraving, proof before 
inscription. 4to. 

2939. Napoleon, bust in uniform, no hat; full bust in uniform, no hat. 

Stipple, by MacKenzie; full bust in uniform, no hat. Stipple by 
Page, London 1815. -Ito and 12mo. Together, 3 pieces. 

2940. Napoleon, bust in uniform, no hat, lithographed, proof before all let- 

ters; head in oval, proof before all letters on India paper, ito and 
12mo. 2 pieces. 

29-11. Napoleon, bust in uniform, no hat. Dessine d'apres nature par Philip- 
peaux. Stipple ; full bust in uniform, no hat. Unsigned. (Margins 
of both preceding portraits cut away.) 2 pieces. 

2942. Napoleon, " Alexander Buonaparte, de Bewondering der Waereld," 

bust in uniform, facing right, long hair, no hat. G. Ross excudit, 
N. V. D. j\reer, jun., fee. Line engraving. 4to, full margins. 

2943. Napoleon. Another copy of the preceding, margins somewhat shorter, 

and printed on a diiferent kind of paper, slightly creased. 

2944. Napoleon, " Buonapartes StufFenjahre," containing nine portraits, 

showing every step in his career from his childhood to his downfall. 
In colors. 4to. 

2945. Napoleon, bust in uniform, long hair, no hat. Grave par G. Fiesinger, 

dessine par J. Guerin. Stipple. 4to, margin repaired. Paris, n.d. 

The reproduction in Sloane's Life of Xapoleon was made from this 
engraving. 

2946. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. Alex. Tardieu sculp. 

Muneret pinxt. 1810. Stipple. Proof before inscription. 4to. 

2947. Napoleon, bust in uniform, left hand in breast. Lebeau sculp., Naudet 

del. " Napoleon ler." Line and stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

2948. Napoleon, bust in uniform, looking left, no hat. Grave par G. W. 

Nettling, 1800, peint par Bader Dalbe, entitled '" Bonaparte Per Con- 
sul de la Republique Frangaise." Stipple, 4to, small margins. 

2949. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, long hair, no hat. Stipple. 

Unsigned. Proof before all letters. 4to. 

2950. Napoleon, bust, royal ro1)es, facing right, long hair, no hat. ^lezzo- 

tint. 4to (worn impression). 

2951. Napoleon, the same, proof before inscription. 

2952. Napoleon, bust in oval, facing left, without hat, Capitano B. Lasinio 

sculp., 1808. Stipple. " Napoleone il Grande." 4to, with margins. 

2953. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing right, no hat, long hair, C. Turner, 

sculp. David, pinxt. Mezzotint. Proof in open letters. Small mar- 
gins, 4to. Loiidon, 1814 



3954. Napoleon, bust in iiniforin, facing left, no hat, Gio B. Galliano inc. 
Ant. Galliano dis. Line engraving, 4to. Small margins (mounted). 

2955. Napoleon, bust, great coat, facing left, no hat. Line and stipple. Un- 
signed. 4to. 

3956. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. Dessine d'apres nature 
par Vauthier. Stipple. 4to. 

2457. Napoleon, " Generale Bonaparte," bust in uniform, facing left, long 
hair, no hat, symbolical border, I.T. in Milano. Stipple. 4to. 

2958. Napoleon, " Bonaparte, General en chef de I'armee d'ltalie," bust, 

facing right, long hair, no hat. Dessine d'apres nature et grave et 
Milan, 1T96. Stipple. 4to. 

2959. Napoleon, oval bust in uniform, in 1 section ; in another, a triumphal 

arch erected in Dresden, 1807. Line. Unsigned. 2 plates on 1 
sheet. 4to. 

29G0. Napoleon, bust in royal robes, with Marie Louise, crown above, French 
and Austrian eagles at sides, cupids, cloud effect, &c. Line. Un- 
signed. 4to. 

2961. Napoleon, medallion bust; also of Josephine, 2 on 1 sheet. " Al. Sig- 
Giovanni de Bizzarre." G. B. Gremonese, scolpi, &c. V. N. An- 
tonioli, inciso. Line ; the same, treated in a similar manner. Oblong 
4to. (2 pieces). 



At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Tenth Session, Numbers 2962 to 3302, Inclusive 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 19th, AT 2.30 O'CLOCK 

For date of other sessions, see "ORDER OF SALE," page supra. 



2962. Napoleon, "■ Die Klageu der Anhanger Buonaparte bey seiner Gefan- 

gennelimung den 15 July 1815," bust portrait on wall, other figures 
portraits. 4to. 

2963. Napoleon, bust, as Premier Consul, in uniform, with hat. Yiardot. 

Lith. de Ducarme. Galerie Universelle, publiee par Blaisot. 8vo. 

[Paris, n.d.] 

2964. Napoleon, oval bust in ermine robe, laurel wreath encircling head. 

Pencil drawing. Unsigned. 8vo. / 

2965. Napoleon, bust in uniform, with arms of France underneath. Bruck- 

man. "Napoleon, ler Kayser von Franckreich, und Konig von 
Italien." Line. 8vo. 

2966. Napoleon, bust in uniform. " Napoleon Premier, Empereur des Fran- 

gais, Keiser der Franschen, &c." Line. Unsigned. 8vo. 

2967. Napoleon, bust. Emperor's robes, with wreath of laurel, in oval. Grave 

par A. Tardieu, dessine par Isabey. Stipple. Printed in colors, por- 
tions touched up by hand. 8vo. [Paris], 1805 

2968. Napoleon, oval bust in state robes with ermine collar, hat with plumes, 

cross of the Legion of Honor, &c., with crown underneath. Stipple. 
J. Chapman, sculp. 8vo. [London; J. Wilkes, 18U6] 

2969. Napoleon, bust in uniform with great coat and hat. Lithograph. 

"II. B. 3. L." Eoyal 8vo. 

2970. Napoleon, bust in Consul's coat, long hair, ruffled shirt-front. Un- 

signed. 8vo. 

2971. Napoleon, oval bust, military coat and hat, facing left. Stipple. J. 

F. Bolt, del. J. F. Krethlow, sc. In colors. 8vo. 

Berlin; I. I. Freidhof, 1806 



2972. Napoleon, bust (showiiijii^ ontlino of sash), oiiilji-oidered coat, long liair. 

AVith facsimile of signature. On India jjapor. Unsigned. 8vo. 

2973. Napoleon, " Napoleon I. Kayser von Frankreicli und Kijnig von 

Italien," bust in uniform, wearing cocked hat. Line and stipple. 
Unsigned. 8vo (slightly wormed). 

2974. Napoleon, oval bust in uniform. Line and stipple. Pubiislied l)y 

Dean and Munday. Unsigned. 8vo. London, n.d. 

2975. Napoleon, oval bust, with the Emperor of Austria on monument, Ijeing 

crowned by an Angel of Peace, the figure of Fame with inverted torch 
standing near. Line. Unsigned. In colors. 8vo. [1809] 

2976. Napoleon, oval bust in uniform, without cap. Line and stipple. Canu, 

fecit. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

2977. Napoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat, long hair. " Buonaparte, Gen- 

eral en chef de I'Armee, d'ltalie, &c. "' Derais, delinav. Khuotte, 
sculp. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

2978. Napoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat, high-lnittoned, long liair. F. 

Bonneville, del. sculp. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

2979. Napoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat, long hair. " Premier Consul 

cle la Republique Francaise." Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 

Augsburg, n.d. 

2980. Napoleon, " Bonaparte," Intagliato in rame di G. Werner, diessinato, 

alia natura in Italia. Stipple in brown, colored by hand, face dis- 
figured. 8vo. 

2981. Napoleon, oval Inist on square ground, embroidered coat, long hair. 

D'apres le Dessin de Milan. Stipple. Royal 8vo. (Slight repairs 
to right margin). Nuremberg n.d. 

2982. Napoleon, bust in imiform, underneath it a Russian scene, " Zyne 

vlugt uit Rusland.'' Line. J. E. Marcus, sculp. 8vo. 

2983. Napoleon, bust in oval. Consul's coat, long hair. Line and stipple. G. 

Zaureio, ping, a Milano. G. F. Riedel, excud. 8vo. (Somewhat 
stained on portion of left margin.) 

2984. Napoleon, l)ust in oval, in Consul's coat, long hair. Stipple. Un- 

signed. 8vo. 1800 

2985. Napoleon, circular bust, embroidered coat. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 

2986. Napoleon, bust in uniform, cocked hat, facing right. Stipple. In 

colors, Svo. 

2987. Napoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat, long hair. Stipple. Dessine 

par T. Guerin. Grave par E. G. Herhan. Svo. [Paris, 1797] 



2988. Napoleon, oval bust, facing right, in Consul's coat. Line. Dessine 

par Isabey, et grave par Alex. Tardieu, gr. de la marine. India 
paper. 8vo. [Paris, 1802] 

"Qui I'rr'tera jamais iinur tracer son histoire, 
I'ne plume ;i ClioV I'aile de la victoire." 

Par Tlieveneau. 

2989. Napoleox, bust. Consul's robes, no hat, long hair, facing left. Grave par 

Moreau, peint par David. Stipple. Printed in colors. 8vo. 

2990. Xapoleox, oval bust, embroidered coat, long hair. Dra^ra from life 

at Milan. Engraved by J. Allen. Line and stipple. 8vo. 

2991. Xapoleon, oval bust, with small scene, battle-flags, &c. (top), minia- 

ture views (right and left), and scene of the Bataille de Marengo 
(bottom). Line and stipple. Dessine et grave par Chataignier. 8vo. 
(A few green stains.) Paris, n.d. 

2992. Xapoleox, oval bust, fatigue uniform, facing left, long hair. Line and 

stij^ijle. Unsigned. 8vo. 

2993. Xapoleox, bust in uniform, facing left, arms folded, cocked hat. Lith. 

de H. Gaugain. In colors. 8vo. 

2994. Xapoleox, bust in uniform under great coat. On steel. Waltner, del. 

et sc. India paper. 8vo. 

2995. Xapoleox, oval bust, embroidered coat, long hair, showing upper por- 

tion of sash. Stipple. Dessine par J. Guerin. Grave par Isid. 
Weiss. 8vo. [Paris, 1797] 

2996. Xapoleox, Imst in uniform, right hand at breast. Laugier sculp. 

Steube pinx. Line engraving. 2 states, both India paper, one un- 
finished proof. 8vo. 

2997. Xapoleox', bust in uniform with hat. Stipple. India paper. 8vo. 

2998. Xapoleox, bust, in uniform with hat. From a sketch by Col. Planat, 

his private secretary on board H. M. S. Bellerophou, Plymouth 
Sound, July 31, 1815. Line. 8vo. 

2999. Xapoleox, bust in uniform, wearing cocked hat. Outline portrait, in 

brown. Unsigned. 8vo. 

3000. Xapoleox', bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. L. Blanc, fecit. 

Stipple. Printed in colors. Proof liefore inscription. 8vo. 

3001. Xapoleox, bust in oval (right) bust of George III (left), showing view 

of Malta. German copperplate proof, unsigned. Oblong 8vo. 

3002. Xapoleox, bust in uniform facing left, long liair, no hat. Stipple. 

L^nsigned. 8vo. 

3003. Xapoleox, "Bonaparte, Premier Consul de la Repuhlique Francjaise. 

Pacificateur," bust in uniform, no hat. Grave par .Moreau, peint par 
David. Stipple. Printed in colors. 8vo. 



3004. Xapoleon, another c-opy of the preceding, slightly different, in colors, 

and with the omission of the last word on inscription. 8vo. 

3005. Napoleon, hust in nniform, no hat. Stipple, unsigned. Proof before 

all letters. 8vo. 

3006. Napoleon, bust from a sculpture, cupids about to place garland of 

roses around his hea<l. Hulk, sculp. 1805, Jjc Barbier I'aine, del. 
Stipple and line. Proof before inscription. 8vo. 

3007. Napoleon, Inist in uniform, no hat, ornamental borders. Grave Hep- 

wood. Proof on India paper. 8vo. 

3008. Napoleon, bust in oval, long hair, no hat. A. Tardieu sc. Isabey del. 

Line and stipple. 8vo. 

3009. Napoleon, bust in uniform, wearing cocked hat. Grave par Loman. 

Mezzotint. In colors. 8vo (slightly rubbed). 

3010. Napoleon, bust in uniform, engraved by M. Pekenino, Philadelphia. 

Stipple. 8vo. 

3011. Napoleon, bust in uniform, royal robes, no hat, facing right. Line and 

stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. Paris, n.d, 

3012. Napoleon, bust in oval, royal robes, iron crown, a.b. L. fecit. Line 

engraving. Svo. 

3013. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing right, no hat. Grave par Queverdo, 

dessine jDar Bourdon. Line engraving. 8vo, Paris, n.d. 

3014. Napoleon, bust, from a statue, battle scene beneath, colored by hand. 

Drawn and engraved by Brocas, Jr. Svo. 

3015. Napoleon, " Napoleone il Grande," full bust in oval, royal robes, 

wreath of laurel. Luigi Rados, inc. Stipple. Svo. Milano, n.d. 

3016. Napoleon, bust in Consul's coat in circle within a square. Line. Drawn 

from the life by T. Phillips. R.A. in 1802. Engraved by Edwards. 
[Private Plate]. Svo. 

3017. Napoleon, oval bust in uniform. Line and stipple. Jiigel, sculp. Svo. 

Vienna, n.d, 

3018. Napoleon, bust in uniform. Dessine d'apres Nature par Yauthier, 

1814. Grave par R. Joseph. Svo. 

3019. Napoleon, bust in uniform, square. Stipple. Unsigned. Proof before 

letters. Svo. 

3020. Napoleon, oval bust in uniform. Rosmasler, f. Stipple. Svo. 

Zwickau; Schumann, n.d, 

3021. Napoleon, bust. Emperor's robes, wearing wreath of laurel. Mezzo- 

tint. In colors. Svo. 



3022. Napoleon, bust in coronation robes, with a wreatli border, beneath 

which are cannon, drum, code, decree, <lii:c. " Et Spes et ratio Studi- 
orum in Caesare tantum. Dessine par J. Goubaud. Grave par 
Benoist, Je. Line and stipple. 8vo. 

3023. Napoleon, as First Consul, bust in uniform, cocked hat, oval bordered 

with laurel. J. B. L. Massard tils, sculp. J. B. F. Massard del. 
Stipple. 8vo. 

3024. Napoleon, " Napoleone il Grande," bust in uniform, right hand at 

breast, oval bordered with laurel, eagle above. G. Canacci inc. Isabey 
dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

3025. Napoleon, bust in uniform, cocked hat. Stipple and line. Unsigned. 

Svo, full margins. Proof. 

3026. Napoleon, " Napoleon ler," bust in uniform, cocked hat. Gestochen 

von J. Schonberg. Stipple. Svo. 

3027. Napoleon, bust in uniform as First Consul. Grave par A. Tardieu 

Dessine par Isabey. Stipple. In colors, portions colored by hand. 
Svo. 

3028. Napoleon, " Buonaparte, General en Chef der Eepublique Frankreieh, 

bey der Italienischen Armee," etc., full bust in uniform, cocked hat, 
oval l)ordered with laurel. Line engraving. Unsigned. Svo. 

3029. Napoleon, bust, Consul's coat, no hat. Long hair, facing left. Grave par 

Bortignon, dessine d'apres nature. Stipple. Margins cut away. Svo. 

3030. Napoleon, bust in uniform, long hair, no hat. F. Bonneville del. 

sculp. Stipple. Svo. 

3031. Napoleon, bust in uniform, royal arms beneath. Mezzotint. Blanchard 

del. et sculp. Svo. Paris, n.d. 

3032. Napoleon, " Napoleone il Grande, Imperatore dei Frances ie Re 

d'ltalie," bust in uniform, no hat, star over head. D'e grave par J, 
Maina. Stipple. Printed in colors. Svo. 

3033. Napoleon, bust, royal robes, facing left, oval surrounded by laurel. 

Grave par Dion. Stipple. Svo. Paris, n.d. 

3034. Napoleon, " General Buonaparte," bust in uniform, cocked hat. Un- 

signed. Svo. 

3035. Napoleon, " General Buonaparte," bust in uniform, cocked hat. Hous- 

ton, sc. M. Davide pinx. Stipple. Svo. 

3036. Napoleon, bust, facing left, Consul's robes, cocked hat, oval surrounded 

by laurel. Stipple. (Engraver's name erased), in brown, Svo. 
Proof before inscription. 

3037. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. Stipple. Unsigned. 

Printed in colors. 12mo. 



o038. Napoleon, bust in uiiii'ona, i'aeiug Ici't, cocked hat. Tas^saert, sculpt. 
Tliazel del. Line engraving, 8vo. 

3039. Xapoleox, bust in uniform, facing front, no bat. Line engraving. 

L"n signed, 8vo. 

3040. Napoleox, bust in uniform, facing front, no bat. P. Augrand, sc. 

•Muncret pinxt. Stipple. Proof before inscription, 8vo. 

3041. Xapoleon", as First Consul, bust in uniform, elaborate cocked bat, right 

hand raised, Bonneville sculp. Stipple. 8vo. 

3042. Napoleon, bust in uniform, with cap. " Xapoleon Premier, Empereur 

des Frangois, Eoi d'ltalie." Line and stipple after Lehmann, Berlin. 
In colors. 12mo. 

3043. Xapoleox, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. Stipple. Unsigned, 

8vo. 

3044. Napoleox, " Buonaparte, General en Chef der Italienische Armee," bust 

in uniform, cocked hat. J. C. G. Fritzsch sc. J. T. Pusca pinx. 
Stipple. 8vo. 

3045. Napoleox, as " Chief Consul of France," full Imst in uniform, cocked 

hat. J. A. Kidd sculp. Stipple. 8vo. [London, n.d.] 

3046. Napoleox, " General Buonaparte," l)ust in uniform, cocked hat. 

Schwever sc. Stipple. 8vo. 

3047. Napoleox, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. Stipple. Unsigned. 

Proof before all letters. 8vo. 

3048. Napoleox, bust in uniform, cocked hat, facing right, fait par Fiigel. 

Mezzotint, 8vo. 

3049. Napoleox'. l)ust in uniform, no hat, arms folded, facing front. B. 

Mauduit sculpt. Guibert del. Stipple, 8vo. 

3050. Napoleox'^, " N. Bonaparte, Primo Console della Eepubblica Francese, 

Presidente della Eepca. Italiana," bust. Consul's coat, no hat. 
Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. Milano, n.d. 

3051. Napoleox", "Bonaparte, drawn from the Life in Italy," bust in uniform. 

Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. London, 179 7 

3052. Napoleox", " Bonaparte, General en chef de FArmee d'ltalie," bust in 

uniform, long hair, no hat, facing left. Stipple. I'nsigned. 8vo. 

3053. Napoleox', " Buonaparte, General en chef de FArmee dite d'ltalie," 

bust in uniform, long hair, no hat, facing right. Grave par Carle B., 
Fan 5 [1798], dessine a Eome par Ciprian. Stipple. 8vo. 

3054. Napoleox^, " Napoleone Bonaparte, Generale Comandante dell 'Armata 

Francese in Italia," bust in uniform, long hair, no hat. Lafinio inc. 
Stipple. 8vo. ' in Firenze, n.d. 

3055. Napoleox, bust in uniform, left hand at breast, no hat, facing right. 

Stipple. LTnsigned. 8vo. 



3056. Xapoleox, " Bonaparte ler. Con.sul/' Ijust in oval, Cousurs robes, no 

hat. J. G. Bendorp, sculp. 1801. Stipple, 8vo. 

3057. Xapoleon^ " Napoleon modele des braves, pere du peuple," bust in 

uniform facing front, no hat. Line and stipple. Unsigned. Proof 
in open letters. 8vo. 

3058. Xapol1':ox, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. G. Feclmer fe. 1849, 

Proof before inscri})tion, Svo. 

3059. Napoleox,, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. B. Roger, sc, Muneret, 

pinx. Proof before inscription on India paper. 8vo. 

3060. Xapoleox, " Le General Buonaparte," bust in uniform cocked hat, 

figures beneath. C'hr. de Mechel graveur. Stipple. Svo. 

3061. Napoleox. Another impression of the above, the last two lines of 

inscription [on the preceding there are three], omitted. Svo. 

3062. Napoleox, bust in uniform. 3 lines in Latin underneath. Line and 

stipple. Dessiue et grave par ]\Iecou d'apres le buste de Houdon. 
Svo. 

3063. Napoleox. The same, but without the Latin inscription, Mecou, sculp. 

Proof before letters. 

3064. Napoleox, bust in nniform, together with similar portraits of Marie 

Louise and Francis, Emi>eror of Austria, on one sheet. Stipple. Un- 
signed, Svo. 

3065. Napoleox, '• Bonaparte, General en chef de TArmee d'ltalie," full bust, 

in uniform, long hair, no hat, d'apres le dessin de Milan. ]\Iezzotint. 
Svo. 

3066. Napoleox. Another copy of the preceding, cut close and rub1)ed. 

3067. Napoleox, bust in imiform, looking front, no hat. P. Augrand sc. 

Muneret pinxt. Stipple. Svo. Paris, n.d. 

The reproduction in Sloane's Life of Napoleon was made from this 
engraving. 

3068. Napoleox, bust in uniform, cocked hat, facing left. Grave par Joubert 

d'apres Isabey, 1833. Line engraving. Svo. Proof before inscrip- 
tion on India paper. 

The reproduction in Sloane's Life of Napoleon was made from this 
engraving. 

3069. Napoleox, bust, iron crown, G, Loughi disegne ed incise, 1S13. Line. 

Svo. 

The reproduction in iSIoane's Life of Napoleon was made from this 
engraving. 

3070. Napoleox, bust in uniform. " Premier Empereur des Fran(;ais, Eoi 

d'ltalie." Unsigned. Svo. 

3071. Napoleon, "Bonaparte et sa Femme," [Josephine], medallion busts. 

Stipple in bistre, Svo. Milan, n.d. 



3072. Napoleon, bust iii uniforni, no liat. A. Maurin dul. In colors. 8vo. 

London, n.d. 

3073. Napoleon, in uniform, wearing cocked hat, on horseback, together 

with bust portraits of his Marshals (38 in all), on sheet entitled, 
" Napoleon ungeben von den beriihmtesten Generalen senier Zeit." 
Oljlong 8vo. 

3074. Napoleon, 2 busts in uniform, both proofs before inscription; full 

length in uniform, sentry refusing to allow him to pass. In colors; 
full length, on the Bellerophon. In colors, 8vo and 12 mo. Together, 
4 pieces. 

3075. Napoleon, Scott, Byron and George IV, with Princess Charlotte on 

etched frontispiece and title of "■ A Biographical Dictionary, &c. By 
E. Bellchambers. Vol. 1. London, n.d. 2 pp. 16nio; Effigy hung 
to a gallows under which a mob is building a fire. W. J, White, del. 
et Sc. 16mo; bust in oval, uniformed, with Eussian scene beneath 
(Flight from Moscow). Line. 12mo; silhouette bust in circle. 
" Tyrant of France, &c. " Stipple. LTnsigned. Pub. by Ackermann. 
12mo. (4 pieces). 

3076. Napoleon, bust in uniform, without hat. Etched by T, Chapman from 

an original drawing lately brought from Paris, by M. Barre. 8vo. 

3077. Napoleon, bust in uniform, no hat. Dessine d'apres nature et grave 

par Jazet. Mezzotint. 8vo. 

3078. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, cocked hat, in 2 states. Proof 

before all letters and with inscription. Line and stipple. 8vo. 

3079. Napoleon, (1) half length in uniform, right hand in vest, in colors on 

China paper with artist's signature — G.W.H. Ritchie. 12mo; 
(2) three quarter length in uniform, right hand in vest, standing 
near chair. In colors on China paper. Unsigned, but probably by 
the above. 8vo. (2 pieces, 1 damaged). 

3080. Napoleon, bust, royal robes, wreath of laurel. Cajet Bosa del. et incid., 

1817. Line and stipple. 8vo. 

3081. Napoleon, " Napoleoue I., II Grande," bust, royal robes, facing right. 

Line engraving. 8vo. in Venezia, n.d. 

3082. Napoleon, " Napoleon le Grand Empereur des Frangois, etc.," bust, 

royal robes. Stipple. 8vo. 

3083. Napoleon. " Napoleon erster Kaiser von Frankreich und Koenig von 

Italien," bust, roval robes, wreath of laurel. V. J. Vockerodt, sculp. 
Stipple. 8vo. 

3084. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat, arms folded. Line 

and stipple. Published at New York bv Mr. Wm. Hill, 15 Washing- 
ton St. 8vo. 

3085. Napoleon, " General Buonaparte," bust, oval, also on same plate similar 

portrait of General Dumourier. Pye, sculp. 8vo. 



308(1. Napoleon, " General Buonaparte," bust, in uniform, facing left, long 
hair, no hat. C. Josi del. & sculp. J. C. Leeuwestyn excud. 
Stipple. 8vo. 

3087. Napoleon, bust, uniform, facing right, long hair, no hat. I. Schiavo- 

netti sculp. F. Cossia pinxt. Veronae 1797. Stipple. 8vo. 

London, 1797 

3088. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing right, long hair, no hat, Martinelli 

exeudit. G. Zauerio ping, a Miiano. Line and stipple. 8vo. 

3089. Napoleon, bust in miiform, facing left, no hat. Stipple. 8vo, 

(spotted). 

3090. Napoleon, " General Buonaparte," bust, in uniform, long hair, no hat, 

nach Natur gezeichn ; zu Mailand von Canu, gestoch : von C. MuUer, 
Stipple. 8vo. 

3091. Napoleon, bust in uniform, with great coat and fur collar, hat, &c. 

''A la Bataille d'Eylau.'' Marckl del. J. de Mare sc. India 
paper. 8vo. " [Paris ; PoniTat freres, n.d.] 

3092. Napoleon, oval bust in einbroidered coat, long hair. " Oberbefehlshaber 

der Italienischen Armee, &c." Line and stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 

3093. Napoleon, oval bust in uniform, on square ground. Line and stipple. 

"Gestochen von A. Bruckner in Leipzig." 8vo. 

3094. Napoleon, bust in circle, uniform, without hat. "Kaiser der 

Franzozen, &c." Stipple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3095. Napoleon, bust in embroidered coat. Stipple. Bouillon del. T. V. 

Poll sculp. 12mo. 

3096.' Napoleon, circular bust, embroidered coat, hat with plumes, long hair. 
Stipple. Dessine par J. Guerin. Grave par Tapinois. 12mo. 

Paris; chez FAuteur, n.d. 

3097. Napoleon, oval bust in imiform, with Cross and Star. " Keiser af 

Frankerig, Kongo til Italien." Line and stipple. Unsigned. In 
colors. 12mo. 

3098. Napoleon, oval bust, Consular coat, long hair, plumed hat, facing left. 

Stipple. Unsigned. In sepia. 12mo. 

3099. Napoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat with frilled shirt-front, hat 

wath plume, wavv hair. J. Chapman sculp. " Published as the Act 
directs, July 15, "1797." 12mo. 

3100. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing right, cocked hat, arms folded. 

Stipple. Printed in colors. 12mo, margins cut away. 

3101. Napoleon, bust in square, embroidered coat and hat with plumes. 

Line. R. Scott sc. 12mo. 

3102. Napoleon, oval bust, military coat, ruffled shirt-front, long hair. 

Engraved for the Lady's Magazine. Line. 12mo. 

[London ; (i. G. & J. Pobinson, 1800] 



3103. Napoleok.. oval Ijiist on sf|uar(' ground, embroidered lapels on coat, 
ruffled shirt-iront. IJiie. rnsigned. 12nio. 

3101. Napoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat with sash over shoulder. Line 
and stipple. L. Tori man sc. 12mo. 

3105. Napoleon, oval Inist, embroidered coat, long hair. "Bonaparte, 

General en chef des armees de la Eep. fse. &c." F. Bf)nneville del. 
sculp. Stipple. 12mo. Paris, n.d. 

3106. Xapoleon, bust in uniform, no hat, also similar portrait of Marie 

Louise. Both stipple. Unsigned. Both printed in colors. 12mo. 

3107. Napoleon, oval bust, facing right, embroidered coat, black stock. 

"Bonaparte, Premier Consul cle la Eeiuibli(pTe Franc^aise, Pacifica- 
teur.'' Peint par David. Gravee par ;>roreau. 8ti})ple. 12mo. 

3108. Napoleon — Another copy, sepia, white stock. "Bonaparte," only, 

without other wording. 

3109. Napoleon, oval bust as Consul, eml)roidered high-lmttoned coat. Line 

and stipple, proof. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3110. Napoleon, oval bust, facing right, long hair. J. T. Ruska pinx. G. G. 

Endner sc. Stipple. 12mo. " [Leipzig, 1797] 

3111. Napoleon, bust in square, in Consul's coat, long hair. Line. De Lira 

del. Clemens sc. Square 12mo. 

3112. Napoleon, bust, embroidered coat, long hair; underneath, a view of 

equestrian figures, houses, &c. Line. Couche fils. sculp. 12mo. 

3113. Napoleon, 2 busts (separate) on 1 sheet; (A) embroidered coat., long 

hair, facing right. Reveil sculp. (B) embroidered coat and collar, 
long hair, tied in back, facing left. Line. Unsigned. Both 12mo. 

3114. Napoleon, bust, eml)roidered coat. Stipple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3115. Napoleon, bust in square, embroidered coat, long hair, with symbolical 

border of flags, lions' heads, angels, &:c. Line. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3116. Napoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat. J. T. Eusca pinxt. G. G. 

Endner sc. 1797. Stipple. 12mo. 

3117. Napoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat, as First Consul. Stipple. 

Heath sc. 12mo. [London, 1801] 

3118. Napoleon, circular bust, laureated, in uniform, with portion of tree at 

right lower corner. Line. " Venezia presso Antonio Latta 9m. 
Giacomo.-' 12mo. 

3119. Napoleon, oval Imst. in Consul's coat, curly hair. Stipple. H. Lips 

scnlp. 12mo. 

3139. Napoleon, oval bust, facing left, in embroidered coat. With facsimile 
signature. Stipple. From an original by Masquerier. 12mo. 

London; Tegg & Castlemau, 1803 



3121. Napoleon, oval bust, long hair. " Publieato in Venezia da Giuseppe 

Sardi, li 2, Maggio, 1797." Verite dis. Zamcon inc. Stipple. 
13mo. 

3122. Napoleox, oval bust, laureated, long hair. "Buonaparte, Erste Consul 

der Fransehe Eepubliek." Line. " Nedert. Marc. 1800. Maart J. 
Stuk. Bladz. 9()." 12mo. 

3123. Xapoleon, bust, long hair, within a victor's wreath (oval), and 

labelled, " Xapoleono Buonanaparte."' Line. 12mo. [Probably an 
Italian print, although unsigned.] 

3124. Napoleox, bust in circle within octagonal border, "Napoleon Buona- 

parte, Cree a paCIfler Ce MonDe." Stipple. Inv. p. Sim. Oswald 
& grav. p. Jos. Rauschmayr tous deux Bavarvis. 12mo. 

3125. ]SrAPOLEOX, oval l)ust, eu]l)roidered coat, long hair. " Buonaparte, 

General en chef de I'Armee d'ltalie." Stipple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3126. Xapoleox, oval bust, embroidered coat and collar, with facsimile sig- 

nature underneath. " From a portrait painted by Boilly, engraved 
by Levachez and published in August, 1802." 12mo. 

3127. Napoleox, oval bust, in uniform. From an original painting in the 

Florence Gallery. B. K. Porter del. J. Wright sculp. Stipple. 
/ 12mo. 

3128.. Napoleon, bust in uniform with great coat. Pencil drawing. Un- 
signed. 12mo. 

3129. Napoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat and collar. Stipple. Point 

pinxt. Massard sculpt. 12mo. Paris, n.d. 

3130. Napoleon, oval bust, military coat. Stipple. " Empereur de France, 

Roi d'ltalie, &c." ' 12mo. Paris, n.d. 

3131. Napoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat, cocked hat and feathers. Line. 

Engraved from a print published at Paris, done from an original 
painting at Milan by Citn. Appiani. 12mo. 

3132. Napoleon, oval bust in uniform, with hat. Stipple. Proof before all 

letters. 12mo. (Old writing erased from lower margin.) 

3133. Napoleon, bust, partly in oval, uniform, with hat. Lithograph. Un- 

signed. 12mo. 

3134. Napoleon, bust (unfinished), hat, collar, and portion of arm and 

shoulder finished in stipple. Proof on India paper. Unsigned. 
12 mo. 

3135. Napoleon, circular bust, curly hair, embroidered lapels and collar. 5 

lines each French and English beneath. J. Point, pinxit. J. B. L. 
Massard, sculp. 2 lines of Latin above bust. Stipple. 12mo. 

3136. Napoleon, bust in sub-officer's uniform. Mezzotint. Godefroy. 12mo. 



3137. Napoleon^ bust in coronation robes within a victor-wreath, with stream- 

ers of ribbon, biographical notice in Italian underneath. E. Slaes, 
sculp. Line and stipple. 12nio. Rruxelles, n.d. 

3138. Napoleon, bust in uniform, sash over one shoulder. Stipple. Un- 

signed. 

3139. Napoleon, bust in uniform. Engraved for the Cal)inet, Ncav York. 

Seebes, sculp. 12mo. 

3140. Napoleon, bust in uniform against a canopy of Bees eml)ellished with 

flowers and leaves, insignia of office, &c. Mezzotint. Dessine d'apres 
Nature et grave par Jazet. 12mo. 

3141. Napoleon, bust in uniform. Unsigned proof. Stipple. On printed 

paper. 12mo. 

3142. Napoleon, sculptured bust in circle, as First Consul. Line and stip- 

ple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3143. Napoleon, sculptured bust in circle, within square frame, broken crown 

and laurel wreath and 4 lines of verse beneath. Line and stipple. 
Boullay, sculj). 12mo. 

3144. Napoleon, bust in circle, Consul's embroidered coat, stars over his head, 

cloud beneath, and inscription of 4 lines. Line and stipple. Vigny, 
d'apres Nature. 12mo. Paris, n.d. 

3145. Napoleon, bust in uniform in square ornamental frame. Etching, 

Muneret, pinxt. Fontaine, sculp. India paper. 12mo. 

3146. Napoleon, bust, military coat (in 1803). Line. F. Gerard, pt. 1803. 

Ch. Bazin, set. 1859. 12mo. 

3147. Napoleon, bust in uniform, cocked hat, facing left. Line and stipple. 

Unsigned. Inscription in Greek. 12mo. 

3148. Napoleon, as First Consul, bust in uniform, elaborate cocked hat. Stip- 

ple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3149. Napoleon, " Buonaparte, Premier Consul de la Eepublique Frangaise," 

bust in uniform, facing left, no hat. Grave par T. Y. Poll, dessine 
par J. Guerin. Stipple. 12mo. 

3150. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. Stipple. I'nsigned. 

12 mo. 

3151. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat, arms folded. Stipple. 

Unsigned. 12mo. 

3152. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. Stipple. I'nsigned. 

12mo. Proof before all letters. 

3153. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. Stipple. Unsigned. 

Unfinished proof before all letters. 12mo. 

3154. Napoleon, circular bust in uniform with hat. Stipple. Proof. Un- 

signed. 12mo. 



3155. Napoleon. Another copy. In more finished state, with circular borrler, 

and ornament of endless-serpent underneath. Proof on India paper. 
Unsigned. 12nio. 

3156. Napoleon, bust in circle, uniformed, with inscription l)eneath. Line. 

Unsigned. 12nio. 

3157. Napoleon. The same, without inscription. Proof. 

3158. Napoleon, full bust in uniform, no hat, facing left. Stipple. Un- 

signed. 12mo. Paris, n.d. 

3159. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat. Stipple. Unsigned. 

12mo. Proof before all letters. " 12mo. 

3160. Napoleon, bust in uniform, facing right, cocked hat, also on same sheet 

" Maria Luise," full bust. Ign. Colombo, exc. 12mo. 

3161. Napoleon, bust, royal robes, wearing crown. Stipple. 12mo. 

3162. Napoleon, " Napoleone I., U Grande, Imperatore dei Francesi, e Ee 

d'ltalia," bust, royal robes, wreath of laurel. Line engraving. 12mo 
(slightly thinned). 

3163. Napoleon, " Napoleon le Premier, Empereur des Frangois," bust, royal 

robes. Grave par T. V. Poll, peint par Isabey. Stipple. 12mo. 

3164. Napoleon, bust in oval, long hair. Stij)ple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3165. Napoleon, bust in oval, long hair. Verter inc. Vil dis. Stipple in 

brown. 8vo. Eotterdam, May 10, 1790 

3166. Napoleon, bust in oval, long hair. Stipple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

Venezia, 1790 

3167. Napoleon, " Buonaparte ramenant la Paix en France," half length, in 

uniform in chariot. Masquetti, sculp. Moretti del. Stipple. 8vo. 

Paris, n.d. 

3168. Napoleon, bust in oval, long hair. Kuricke fee. Line and stipple. 

3169. Napoleon, " II Grande," head from a sculpture, wreath of laurel. Stip- 

ple. 12mo. 

3170. Napoleon, bust in circle. Consul's coat, long hair tied in back, within 

a frame formed of military accoutrements, liberty cap, flags, &c. 
Etching. Drawn and engraved by F. Eginton, from a medal of the 
same size, 12mo. Birmingham; F. Eginton, 1801 

3171. Napoleon, bust in embroidered coat, long hair tied in back. Line and 

stipple. [After a bust in Milan.] Unsigned. 12mo. 

3172. Napoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat, long hair tied in back. Pencil 

drawing after sketch in stipple by Mr. Canu " par Louis Boulanger 
dit Cosaque." 12mo. 



;U73. NAroLEOX, bust in octagonal frame rostino- upon a rock, surrounded by 
books, a lyre, a palette, an owl perched upon a sword, &c., with 
an eagle above riding upon lightning flashes, background of peaks and 
an aurora. Engraved by Yates. India paper. ]2nio. 

3174, Napoleon, "■ Buonai)arte I'remier Consul de la Republique Frangaise." 

Grave par T. V. Poll, dessine par J. Guerin. Stipple. 12mo. 

3175. Napoleon, oval luist in embroidered coat. Line and stipple. Unsigned. 

16mo. 

317(). Napoleon, bust in scpiare, facing left, curly hair, embroidered collar. 
Line. Unsigned. 16mo. 

3177. Napoleon, bust in uniform, front view, drawing in sepia. Unsigned. 

16mo. 

3178. Napoleon, oval bust, side view, long hair, with scroll at base containing 

names of the battles in the Italian Compaign. Line and stijiple. 
IGmo. 

3179. Napoleon, oval bust, in uniform, rulfled shirt-front. Stipple. R. K. 

Porter del. J. Wright sculpt. From an original painting in the 
Florence Gallery. Sepia. 16mo. London, H. D. Symonds, 1797 

3180. Napoleon, another copy, black, " Engraved for ^lackenzie and Dents 

Select Biography." 16mo on 12mo. 

3181. Napoleon, medallion oval bust on portion of column, with full-length 

symbolical figures of the Angels of Peace (left) and Plenty (right). 
Etching by P. P. ChofPard (1801). Ifimo. 

3182. Napoleon, bust, facing left, ConsuFs coat. Stipple. Unsigned. 16mo. 

3183. Napoleon, circular bust. Consul's coat. Bonaparte, Ir. Consul." 

Stipple. Unsigned. IGmo. 

3184. Napoleon, bust, facing left, embroidered coat and collar, without hat. 

" Hunc saltem everso Juvenem. &c." Stipple. J. Point pinxt. 
F. A. Bruckner so., Leipzig. 16mo. 

3185. Napoleon, oval bust in square, surmounted by laurel wreath, coat with 

embroidered lapels, long hair. Line. L'nsigned. 16mo. 

3186. Napoleon, oval bust, surmounting an alligator and encircled by a snake 

and wreath, with a conical pyramid at right. '' Konsuls Bonaparte." 
Line and stipple. L'nsigned. l(imo. 

3187. Napoleon, circular bust, surrounded bv wreath. Stipple. Unsigned. 

16mo. 

3188. Napoleon, bust, embroidered coat, long hair. Stipple. 16mo. 

3189. Napoleon, circular bust, embroidered c6at, long hair. Stipple. Un- 

signed. IGmo. 



3190. Napoleon, oval bust, Icmg liair. " Empeveur des Francais, proclame 

par Ic Senat Conservateur clans la Seance dii 28 Floreal, An XII." 
Line and stipple. Unsigned. 

3191. Xapoleox, bust in uniform, in a group of 3 busts, the others being 

Maria Louisa and the King of Rome. " La Famille Imperiale." 
LTnsigned. Printed in colors. Oblong 16mo. 

3192. Xai'OLEON,. the same, uneolorcd. 

3193. Xapoli^ox, bust on octagonal background, endiroidered coat. Stipple. 

Eng'd by J. A. Kidd, X. Castle. l(!mo. 

3194. Xapoleox. circular bust, embroidered coat, long hair, encircled by the 

words, " Bonaparte General en Chef de I'Armee d'ltalie." Stipple. 
Unsigned. 16mo. 

3195. Xapoleon, bust in general's uniform. Stipple. " Keiser af Frankerig 

og Konge til Italien, &c." Signed, but undecipherable. lOmo. 

3196. Xapoleon, oval bust, in ermine robe, wreath encircling head. Stipple. 

Unsigned. 16mo. 

3197. Xapoleox, bust in uniform. Line and stipple Couche tils, sculp. 

16mo. 

3198. Xapoleon, oval bust, within square. Consul's coat, long hair. *' Ses 

pareils a deux ne se font pas connaitre." Line. Unsigned. 16mo. 

3199. Xapoleon, oval bust. Directory coat, frilled shirt-front, facing right, 

long hair in braided knot at back, cannon and flag underneath. 
Stipple. Valverde p. [Tasker sc.] " Le General Buonaparte." 
IGmo (small portion beneath oval damaged). 

3200. Xapoleon, oval bust, military coat. Line and stipple. T. Blaschke 

sc. 16mo. 

3201. Xapoleon, oval bust, in uniform. Stipple. Unsigned. 16mo. 

3202. Xapoleon, oval bust, embroidered coat, long hair. Line and stipple. 

L'nsigned. 16mo. 

3203. Xapoleon, oval Ijust in square, in uniform, eagle and laurel wreath 

beneath. Line. Huot del. Mariage. 16mo. 

3204. Xapoleon, bust in uniform. Line and stipple. Forsell sculp. 16mo. 

3205. Xapoleon, bust in Consul's coat, wreath overhead, scene of a meeting 

beneath. Line. Huot del. Mariage. 16mo. 

3200. Xapoleon, oval bust in uniform, crowned eagle beneath. Line and 
stipple. Unsigned. IGmo. 

3207. Xapoleon, bust in a group of 3 Consuls, embroidered coats, without 
hats. Dcssine par Chataignier. Grave par Xockerodt. Stipple. 
16mo. 



3208. Xapoleok, the same three Consult^, in panelled frame. Line. IGmo. 

Unsigned. 

3209. JSTapoleon, oval hust in militarv coat, with hat. " Xapoleon der Erste." 

Line and stipple. Unsigned. 16mo. 

3210. NAroLEOX, hnst in militarv coat. .Pencil sketch. Unsigned. 16mo. 

3211. Xapoleon, hust on reverse of medal, Consular coat, long hair, "All' 

Italico :'' obverse, allegorical figures of Wisdom, Peace. Plentv, <S:e. 
" Libera e Insubria. IX. Luglio, MDCCLXXXXVIL" Within an 
ornamental border. Line. TTnsigned. IGmo. 

3212. Xapoleox. bust in circle, embroidered coat, laurel-wreathed. Eight 

lines of verse underneath. Stipple. Jh. Point pinxit. J. B. L. 
Massard sculp. 18mo. 

3213. Xapoleox, liust in uniform, in square. Vivien sculp. Line. ISmo. 

3214. Xapoleox, bust in circle showing embroidered lapels. Stipple. Dessine 

et grave par Alix. 24mo. Paris, n.d. 

3215. Xapoleox, oval bust, long hair. Stipple. Unsigned. 24mo. 

3216. Xapoleox, bust in oval, court dress. '' Buonaparte (corse) De I/ia- 

mone.'' Stipple. Unsigned. 2-J:mo. 

3217. Xapoleox', oval bust, Consul's coat, long hair. " Franzosisscher 

General." Stipple. Unsigned. 2-lmo. 

3218. Xapoleox'^. oval bust in uniform, arms folded. Line. Eosmasler, 

Dres. 1826. 2-lmo. 

3219. Xapoleox, oval bust in embroidered coat and hat. Stipple. De Bru}Ti 

delt. Grangerm sculpt. 24mo. 

3220. Xapoleox", bust in uniform, facing front, no hat, right hand at breast. 

Line. 2 states, one India paper, before all letters. 8vo. 2 pieces. 

3221. Xapoleox, bust, royal robes, wreath of laurel. A. Desnoyens delin. 

Stipple. 8vo. 2 copies, one with full inscription, the other without, 
2 pieces. 

3222. Xapoleox', bust in uniform, facing right and front, no hat, lithographs, 

4to. 2 pieces. 

3223. Xapoleox, medallion bust, and another bust, both royal robes, wreath 

of laurel. Line and stijDple. 8vo. 2 pieces. 

3224. Xapoleox, bust in oval, royal robes with wreath of laurel, engraved by 

W. Holl. In 2 states. With and without inscription, 8vo. 

London, n.d. 

3225. X^apoleon, bust in vmiform, no hat. Stipple. F. Fleischmann, sc. ; 

full bust in uniform, no hat. Goutiere, sc. Sandoz del. Line en- 
graving and another. Together, 3 pieces. 4to and 8vo. 



3226. JSTapoleon, bust in uniform, no hat. Stipple. Grave par 

David; full bust in frame, as First Consul and Emperor. J. J. 
Wedgwood, sculpt. India paper and 2 others. Together, 4 pieces. 

3227. Xapoleon, circular bust, as First Consul, "From an Original Model 

in Wax in the Possession of Harrj- Grant, American Consul for 
Scotland." Stipple. Unsigned. Svo, 

3228. Napoleon, another, similar, as Emperor of the French. The date line 

has here been omitted, and the Ijust has been surmounted by a crown. 
In other respects the plates are identical. 

3229. ISTapoleox, oval bust in embroidered coat. " Oberconsul der Eepublick 

Frankreich." Stipple. Bacler Dalbe, px. Westermayr, sc. Svo. 

3230. Napoleon, another copy. IGmo. 

3231. Napoleon, 2 busts (separate) on 1 sheet; (1) embroidered coat, long 

hair, facing right. Line. Unsigned: (2) embroidered coat, long 
hair, facing left, as General en chef de I'armee d'ltalie, April, 1796. 
Line. Couche fils. dir. Paris, n.d. Both, 12mo. 

3232. Napoleon, sculptured bust with Maria Louisa (together) and the babv 

King of Eome (singly) on 1 sheet. Stipple. Unsigned. Svo. Lon- 
don, 1812; bust with Maria Louisa, in circle. Line. A. Locatelli 
d'Alvisopoli diso. ed inciso. Svo. (2 pieces.) 

3233. Napoleon, 2 busts in uniform, and another, 4to and Svo. Together, 

3 pieces. 

3234. Napoleon, 3 busts, one with cocked hat, one without, also one half 

length. 4to and Svo. Together, 3 pieces. 

3235. Napoleon, 3 busts in uniform, cocked hat. Stipple and line, one 

proof before all letters. 12mo. Together, 3 pieces. 

3236. Napoleon, 3 busts in uniform, 2 without hat, one with. Ales, sc. etc. 

12mo. Together, 3 pieces. 

3237. Napoleon, " Famille Imperiale," [Napoleon, Marie Louise and their 

son], medallion, busts. Eenard, sculp. Blaixot del. Stipple, Svo, 
full margins. Paris, n.d. 

3238. Napoleon, '*' La famille Imperiale," smaller busts than the preceding. 

Stijiple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3239. Napoleon, " Leur ]\I. M. I'Empereur I'lmperatrice, et le Eoi de Eome," 

medallion, bust, symbolical borders. Stipple. Unsigned, Svo. 

3240. Napoleon, bust in uniform, no hat. Stipple. Unsigned, 12mo. 

3241. Napoleon, " Napoleone Imperatore de Frances! e Ee d'ltalia," Canacci 

inv. Vigneux dis. Stipple. 12mo. 

3242. Napoleon, bust in uniform, no Iiat. Stipple. Unsigned. Proof before 

all letters. 



3243. Xapoleon, silhouette bust as First Consul, from u di'awing from E. D. 
Clarke. 8vo. Full margins. London, 1803 

3'344. XapoleoX;, another copy of the preceding with the imi)rint cut away. 

3245. NxVroLEOX^ oval bust, in uniform, with hat. "' Empereur des Frang-ais 

et Roi d'ltalie." Stipple. J. F. Bolt, del. J. F. Krethlow, sc. 8vo. 

Berlin; 1. J. Freidhof, 1806 

3246. Napoleon, another copy, on tinted ]iaper. 

3247. Napoleox, the same. "Kaiser von Frankreich und Koenig von Italien." 

J. G. Sommer, sc. 1807. n.p. 

3248. Xapoleox, the same. " Empereur des Francois, Eoi d'ltalie." Un- 

signed, n.p.n.d. 

3249. Xapoleon, the same, cut down and placed within s<|uare lines. Un- 

signed. 12 mo. n.p.n.d. 

3250. Xapoleox, -' Xapoleone Primo Imperatore de Francesi," head from a 

sculpture by Canova, Fran. Cechi delin. Line engraving, 4to. 

3251. Napoleox, bust in uniform, no hat. Stipple, probably after an un- 

signed charcoal drawing. 

3252. Xapoleox, head from a sculpture, engraved by J. Wright, Stipple. 

Proof on India paper. 4to. London, 1821 

3253. Napoleox", bust in uniform, no hat. Cholet sculp. Chataigner del. 

Stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

3254. Xapoleox, bust in uniform, no hat, facing left, line engraving. Un- 

signed. Proof before all letters. 8vo. 

3255. Xapoleox, bust in oval, no hat. Grave par Henry, dessine par Hubert. 

Stipple. 8vo. 

3256. Xapoleox, " Xapoleone, il Grande," bust in uniform, no hat. Capitano 

B. Lasino scvilp. 1810. Stipple. 4to. Full margins, which are 
slightly creased. 

3257. Xapoleox, another copy of the preceding, printed on paper of a differ- 

ent tone, most of the margins cut away. 8vo. 

3258. Xapoleox, head from a sculpture. Stipple. L^nsigned. Proof before 

all letters on India paper. 8vo. 

3259. Xapoleox, bust in uniform, no hat. J. W. fecit. Stipple. Proof be- 

fore inscription. 8vo. 

3260. Xapoleox^, bust in uniform, facing front, no hat, also on same sheet 

Marie Louise, bust, wearing crown. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 

3261. Xapoleox", medallion heads of both the preceding on one sheet. Line. 

Proof before all letters. 



3262. Napoleon, medallion busts of Ijotli the preceding, facing left. Stipple. 

8vo. Paris, n.d. 

3263. Napoleon, l)ust in uniform. Stipple. David, p. Pekinino, sc. 12mo; 

half length in uniform, right hand in vest. Etching. Peint par 
11. Lefevre. Grave par Pannier. 8vo. ; half length in square, uni- 
formed. E. Leguay, sculp. Paris, 12mo. (3 pieces.) 

3264. Xapoleon, bust in uniform. Etching. London. 8vo; another with 

facsimile signature. Lithograph. De Girard, Bruxs. ; half length, 
uniform, right hand in vest. Peint par E. Lefevre. Grave par Pan- 
nier. Svo. (3 pieces.) 

3265. Xapoleon,, bust in uniform. Stipple. T. KelW sc. Exeter, J. & B. 

Williams, 1827. 12mo; half length in uniform, right hand in vest, 
hat in left, trophies &c. bordering portrait. " Valadolid." D. J. 
Pound. Svo; bust in long coat as First Consul. Mezzotint. Lon- 
don, 1845. 12nio. (3 pieces.) 

3266. Napoleon, bust in uniform, no hat. Engraved by Bocquet after David. 

Stipple. London, 1815; full bust in state robes, no hat. Engraved 
b}^ Sudlow. Stipple, and another. Svo and 12mo. Together, 3 
pieces. 

3267. Napoleon, busts, 3 on sheet, in Consul's coat, all facing right, long 

hair tied in back. (Top) in circle on tinted paper. 16mo; (left) 
plate in same state on white India paper. 12mo: (right) another 
state of same plate, 12mo. " General en chef." Line. Unsigned. 

3268. Napoleon. Facsimiles of portraits from various medals. Together, 

ten pieces on three sheets containing three portraits. Svo. (3 pieces.) 

3269. Napoleon, bust, with great coat, in uniform, within ornamental Ijor- 

der. P. Beckinidis. Lith. Kirchmayr. 8vo ; bust in imiform. 
Etching. Steube pinxt. Dean scp. London, 1835. 12mo ; l)ust, 
similar, in ornamental frame, square. 12rao. (3 pieces.) 

3270. Napoleon, in prison, 1794; bust in uniform, no hat, sculptured bust. 

Proof before letters, etc. Line, etc. 4to and Svo. Together, 4 
pieces. 

3271. Napoleon, 4 busts in uniform, no hat. Line, etc., one proof before all 

letters. Svo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3272. Napoleon, 4 busts in uniform, all facing front, no hat. Line and litho- 

graph. One proof before all letters. Svo and 12mo. Together, 4 
pieces. 

3273. Napoleon, 3 busts, one half length, in uniform, facing front, no hat. 

Line, etc. Svo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3274. Napoleon, 3 busts, roval robes, one full length, royal robes. One proof 

before all letters, 2 "India paper. Svo and 12mo. Together, 4 pieces. 



3275. Napoleox, 4 busts in uniform, no hat. L. A. Claessons, sculp., etc. 

Together, 4 pieces, 12nio. One proof before all letters on India 
paper. 

3276. Napoleon, 2 busts, 2 full lengths. Engraved by H. R. Cook and others. 

Line, etc. 12mo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3277. Napoleon, 4 different busts in oval, 2 from medals. Stipple, etc. 12mo. 

Together, 4 pieces, 

3278. Napoleon, bust, royal robes, wreath of laurel. Grave d'apres Tofanelli 

par Roger en 1813. In 4 states. Unfinished proof before all letters, 
proof with engraver's name, etc., the same on India paper, and with 
inscription, on India paper, Svo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3279. Napoleon, .4 busts in uniform, 3 facing front, one to right, no hat. 

Line and stipple, etc. 1 proof, 4to and Svo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3280. Napoleon. " General Bonaparte," bust in uniform, long hair, no hat, 

I. Godefroy, delt. and scupst. and 3 others. Stipple, line, etc. 4to 
and 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3281. Napoleon, bust, royal robes, wreath of laurel. T. Wallis, sculp. Lon- 

don, 1815; and three others, one on India paper. 4to and Svo. To- 
gether, 4 pieces. 

3282. Napoleon, !Marie Louise and King of Rome, medallions, on sheet Svo; 

" La Maison du Garde-chasse." Lithograph. 4to ; bust in a group 
of 3 busts. Line. Svo; '• L'Oeil du Maitre." Etching. Svo. (4 
pieces). 

32S3. Napoleon, face, with 3 others. 4to; "L^ne maison de la rue de la 
Yictoire." Lithograph. Svo; bust in uniform with Ney. Stipple. 
12mo; "Napoleon et sa Mere. (Baby in arms). Tinted. 16mo on 
small folio. (4 pieces.) 

3284. Napoleon, imiformed bust in square with ornamental border. " Le 

Pere.'"' With facsimile signature. Line. L^nsigned. Paris, n.d. 
Svo; sculptured bust in oval with base. Mezzotint. From a bust. 
T: \Y. Harland. Edinburgh and London. 12mo ; half length in uni- 
form, crowned " N " over his head. Etching. Unsigned. London. 
12mo; bust in uniform. Muneret, pinxt. Fontaine, sculpt. Sur- 
rounded by biographical notes. Paris. Svo. (4 pieces.) 

3285. Napoleon, bust in uniform, no hat. Bertennier 1837 [sculpt.] India 

paper; full bust in uniform. H. Scriben, sculpt. London, 1829 ; and 
2 others. Svo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3286. Napoleon, bust in uniform, right hand at breast, no hat, Gezimd gest. 

V. Rosmasler, Berlin, 1837 : full bust in imiform, right hand at breast, 
no hat, engraved by J. Freeman, and 3 others, Svo. Together, 4 
pieces. 

3287. Napoleon, bust, roval robes, iron cro^ai. Yerico inc. ; cameo in stipple 

by T. Woolworth after Morelli. London, 1822, and 2 others, Svo and 
12mo. Together, 4 pieces. 



3288. Napoleon, bust in uniform, with busts of 4 other generals, within fancy 

scroll work. Etchina:. Unsigned. Small folio ; " Napoleon inducing 
Pius VII to sign the Concordat." ^Mezzotint after Sir D. Wilkie. 
8vo ; " Les Souvenirs du Peuple." Etching. 12mo_; " Asseyez-vous, 
mes braves gens, &c." Lithograph. 12mo. (4 pieces.) 

3289. Napoleon, Marceau, Hoche, and 2 others in group (busts). Line. 

Small 4to; "Napoleon et Benjamin Constant." (Standing). Etch- 
ing. 8vo; bust, with 11 others in group, including George III., Well- 
ington, &c. Etching. l6mo; " Tre epoche della Vita di Napoleone." 
Lithograph. 4to. (4 pieces.) 

3290. Napoleon, bust in uniform, with 5 other rulers of France. Line. 16mo; 

Napoleon et le General Becker. Lithograph. 8vo; bust in uniform, 
with 3 others. Line. 8vo; bust in group of 7. Description in 
Italian. 4to. (4 pieces.) 

3291. Napoleon, 3 busts in uniform, no hat, one-half length, and another. 

Line, lithograph, etc. 8vo and 12 mo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3292. Napoleon. 3 busts in uniform, facing front, no hat, one proof before 

all letters. 8vo and 12mo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3293. Napoleon. 5 different busts, in uniform, no hat, one on India paper. 

8vo and 12mo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3294. Napoleon, 4 busts, and 1 full length. Lithograph and line. 8vo and 

12mo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3295. Napoleon, five different busts. Paul sc. London, 1802; after Charlet 

(2. different paper), and 2 others. (1 India paper). 8vo and 12mo. 
Together, 5 pieces. 

3296. Napoleon, five different busts. Couche fils, sculp. ; Hopwood sc, and 3 

others. 8vo. and 12mo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3297. N\poleon. five different busts, as First Consul, Forestier sculp.; Sands 

sculp. London, 1812, and 3 others. 8vo and 12mo. Together, 5 
pieces. 

3298. Napoleon, in tomb, 2 different (one India paper) ; head from a medal; 

bust. E. Scott, sculp., and 2 others. 4to and 8vo. Together, 5 
pieces. 

3299. Napoleon, five different busts, including those engraved by Meyer, and 

others. 4to and 12mo. Together, .5 pieces. 

3300 NAPOLEON, bust in uniform. Proof before all letters-, full bust, Dutillos 

sc. (India paper), etc. 8vo and 12mo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3301 Napoleon, bust in uniform, grave par J. B. Longacre; full bust in 

uniform. G. Bonatti inc. and 3 others. 4to and 12mo. Together, 
5 pieces. 

3302 NVPOLEON. bust in oval, arms folded. Stipple. Unsigned; full bust, 

engraved bv T. Cook, London, 1814, and 3 others. 8vo and 12mo. 
Together, 5 pieces. 



At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Eleventh Session, Numbers 3303 to 3643 Inclusive 

WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19th, AT 8.15 O'CLOCK 

For date of other sessions, see "ORDER OF SALE," page supra. 



3303. Napoleox, bust in uniform, no hat. Forestier sculp.; full bust in 

uniform, no hat, Giroux sc, and 3 others. 8vo and 12mo. Together, 
5 pieces. 

3304. jSTapoleon, five different busts, including those engraved by Forestier 

(India paper), J. W. Cook, etc. 8vo and 12mn. Together, 5 pieces. 

3305. :N"apoleon, with his son. E. Leguay, sc. in 1814. W. French, sc. De 

la Eoche pt., and 3 others. (2 proofs.) 8vo and 12mo. Together, 
5 pieces. 

3306. ISTapoleois^ as an infant, drawn and engraved by Longacre ; full length. 

P. Bedini dis. : ''En Bivouac." T. Doney sc. Charlet del. Open 
letters, and 2 others. 8vo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3307. Napoleon, five different busts, grave par A. Lefevre, and others. 2 

proofs before inscription. 8vo and 12mo. Together, 5 pieces, 

3308. Napoleon, bust in uniform. Forestier, sculp. Proof before inscrip- 

tion; full bust in uniform. C. H. Wolf, sc, and 3 others. 8vo and 
12mo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3309. Xapoleon, oval bust in uniform in group of 10. Etching. 8vo; 2 

medallions of Xapoleon I. and one of Xapoleon III., with facsimile 
signatures. 8vo ; Napoleon in a toupee, face, with 13 others. Line. 
8vo; "Meeting at Tilsit." Half tone. Small folio; " Une scene 
de I'Abdication." 12mo. (5 pieces.) 

3310. Napoleox, outline full bust. Eeveil sculpt. ; full length. Lithograph; 

on horseback, in colors (lithograph), and 4 others. 8vo and 12mo. 
Together, 6 pieces. 

3311. Xapoleon, bust in uniform; full length in uniform, and 4 others, in- 

cluding 2 colored lithographs. 8vo and 12mo. Together, 6 pieces. 



3313 XvPOLEOK, medallion liead with 3 others, on medal, obverse and reverse, 
as Consul Etching. Oblong 13mo ; oval bust in uniform, m group 
of 4 Stipple. 13mo; "Napoleon a Ste. Helene, donnant une 
le?on," &e. Lithograph. 4to; fiill length (seated) with three gen- 
erals, and others. 7 pieces. 

3313 NiPOLEOX, 3 faces, full and three-quarters, enveloped in clouds with 
star shining above both. " Facsimile d'un dessin de Girodet-Tnoson 
fait d'aprel Nature, &c." ^^Faile sc. Mezzotint. Folio. 

London, 1837 

331-1. Xapoleon,, sculptured head, border designs. F. Eosaspina inc. P. 
Pagligi inv. Small folio (margin cut away). 

The reproduction in Sloane's Life of Napoleon was made from the ahove. 

3315. Napoleox, face and head only, on ground of sun-rays and stars burst- 
ing through clouds, -tto. 

3316 Napoleon, double portrait, faces and hats only. Line and stipple. 

" Haine aux Homines. Haine aux Femmes, avec la tin du monde. 
ITnsigned. 8vo. 

3317 NiPOLEON, head engraved bv T. A. Dean from a medal in the posses- 

sion of Mr. O'M^eara. Stipple. 3 plates, different. 8vo. 

London, 1833, etc. 

3318. Napoleox, head after a medal by O'Meara, grave par Khonraad. Stip- 
ple. 8vo. 

3319 Napoleon, "Napoleon the Great," head, long hair, no hat Drawn 
and engraved by S. Bennet. Line engraving. 8vo. London, 18Ub 

3330. Napoleon, face slightly to left. [Engraved by O'Neill.] Proof be- 

fore letters. Inscription on India paper. 13 mo. 

3331. Napoleon, silhouette head and neck on embroidered panel, embossed in 

white and maroon. Unsigned. 16mo. 

3333 Napoleon, 3 heads (one with that of Marie Louise) from statues, 
all with wreaths of laurel. Stipple and line. -Ito and 8vo. to- 
gether, 3 pieces. 

33-?3 Napoleon, ob. and re. of a medal, with portraits, printed descrip- 
tion in French and German ; bust in imiform. Stipple. London, 
1815, and 3 others. 8vo. Together, -1 pieces. 

3334. Napoleon; (1) facial view in cap on sheet with 7 others including 

Caulaincourt, Bessieres, Berthier, Murat, &c. Unsigned; (3) Six 
Scenes de la Vie de Napoleon. Y. Adam. On 1 sheet. Litho- 
o-raph Folio; (3) busts of Napoleon and Frederic Second. Mezzo- 
tint. Unsigned. 4to (somewhat damaged) ; (4) " Belustigung Na- 
poleons in der Kindheit zu Brienne." Lithograph. 4to. (4 pieces.) 

3335. Napoleon, outline head, with those of :\[arie Louise, and 5 others ; full 

length (with Marie Louise on same plate), and others. Lithographs, 
etc. 4to and 8vo. Together, 5 pieces. 



3336. Napoleon, oval half length in unironn with liat. 11. Vernet, pinxt. 
Gubian, del. Lith. de H. Brunet. Folio. Lyon, n.d. 

3327. Napoleon, " Le General Finot Apres la retraite de Russie," half length 

in uniform, arms folded, no hat. Stipple. Unsigned. Printed in 
colors. Folio. 

3328. Napoleon, half length, royal robes, wreath of laurel. Lithograph after 

Maurin. Folio. 

3329. Napoleon, half length in uniform, facing front, no hat. Achle. 

Lefevre sculp. Ches. Steube, pinx. Line engraving. Proof before 
inscription. Folio. 

Tile reproduction in iSloaue's I.ife of Napoleon was made from this 
engraving. 

3330. Napoleon, as First Consul, half length in uniform, no hat, military 

scene beneath. Outline plate by Levachez after Boilly. Folio. 

3331. Napoleon. " Napoleon Premier, Empereur et Eoi," half length in uni- 

form, no hat, left hand at breast. Benoist, jne. sc. Alex. Vigneux 
f. Stipple. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

3332. Napoleon, half length in uniform, arms folded over breast, an excellent 

likeness formed of minute German words worked into shapes of 
epaulettes, hat, arms, &c., the whole showing a bust in outline. 
Folio. Wien, n.d. 

3333. Napoleon, half length in royal robes, with ^Marie Louise. Line and 

stipi^le. Dessine et grave par M. H. Le Grand. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

3334. Napoleon, half length in uniform, no hat. Luigi Pizzi P. Professore 

di disegno ... in Padova, 1830. Line engraving. Open let- 
ters. Folio. 

3335. Napoleon. " Napoleone il Grande, Imperatore de Francesi, Ee d'ltalia," 

&c. Half length, no hat, battle scene in background. Ant. Yerico 
inc. 1810. Vigneux del. Line engraving. Folio. 

in Firenze, n.d. 

3336. Napoleon, half leng-th in uniform, standing, no hat, left hand at breast, 

scene beneath. Dessine et grave par L. Jehotte a Liege, 1804. Line 
engraving. Folio (creased across middle). Paris, n.d. 

3337. Napoleon, half length in uniform. " Napoleon le Grand." Steph. 

Tofanelli, del. Dav. Weiss, sculp. Stipple. 12mo, mounted folio.' 

Wien, n.d. 

3338. Napoleon, half length in uniform, wearing cocked hat, left hand at 

breast. Scotto inc. Line engraving. 4to. 

3339. Napoleon, half length in uniform, arms folded. A^igneux, del. Henry 

sculp. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

3340. Napoleon, " Cittadino Bonaparte general in Capo delle Annate Fran- 

cesi in Italia." half length in uniform, long hair, no hat. P. Bernard! 
f. J. G. peinter. Stipple. 4to. 



3341 X^roLEOX, " Napoleon Premier," half leugtli in nniform, facing front 

no hat. Pradier, sculp. Gerard pinx. Line engraving. Open letters. 
4to. 

3342 Napoleon, half length in nniform, cocked hat, arms folded, ffcmg left, 

hattle scene in hackgimmd. Line engraving. Unsigned. 4to. Mar- 
gins cut away. 

3343. NAroLEOX, half length in uniform, cocked hat, arms folded, facing left. 

E. Ranch, sculpt. Stipple. 4to. 

3344. Xapoleox, half length in uniform, facing right, no hat. Grave par B. 

Roger, dessine, par J. Guerin. Line and stipple. 4to. 

3345. Napoleon, half length in uniform, facing front, no hat. Lithograph 

after Basin, jne. 4to. 

3346. Napoleon, half length in uniform, no hat, principal events of his life on 

border. Stipple. Unsigned. 4to. 

3347. Napoleon, half length in uniform, facing right, no hat left hand at 

breast. Benoist, jne., sc. Alex Vignenx f . Stipple. 4to. 

3348. Napoleon, half length in uniform, facing right, arms folded. Henry, 

sculpt. Vigneux del. Stipple. 4to. 
-qAQ AT.poTEON half length in uniform, facing front, no hat. Dessine et 
^'''- ^ Irav^per Richomme 1833, peint par F. Gerard, 1803. Line engrav- 

fug. Open letter proof, India paper. 4to. 

3350 Napo'leon, "Buonaparte premier Consul de la Republique Frangoise." 
3350. '^^l^lll'^ .^ ^^l-^^J I hair, no hat, facing left, nach emem 

pariser o^riginal verfertiget von T. L. Stahl in Nurnberg. Stipple, m 

brown. 4to. 

3351 Napoleon, half length in uniform, facing right, long hair, no hat. 

Mezzotint. Unsigned. Proof. 4to. 

3352 Napoleon, oval half length in uniform, on sciiiare background. Line and 

Sipple. ' Guibert, del. V. Mauduit, sculp. Royal 8vo. Pans, n.d. 

3353 Napoleon, half length in uniform, wearing cocked hat stipple. Un- 

signecL Printed in colors (margins cut away and creased across 
middle). 8vo. 

•qq^A -N-^POTEON half length in oval, embroidered coat and hat, laurel wreath 
''''• "^XeinSion below. "Fer. Consul de France." Line and stip- 

pie. Unsigned. 8vo. 

" Philosophe profoucl, invincible Guerner, ^^ 
L'Olive sur son front embellit le Laurier. 

3355. Napoleon, half length in uniform, facing "f^f '^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^' 
ing. Unsigned. Unfinished proof before all letter.. 8vo. 

■^-^fi TsTapotpon half lenoth in uniform, small star suspended over his head. 
Line and stipple. " Napoleonc il Grande, &c. D. e. grave pai J. 
Maina. 8vo. 



^357. Napoleon, half length in uiiifonn. eoekod hat. P. Augrand sc, Lafitto 
del. Stipple. 8vo. 

3358. Napoleon, half lengtli in uniform, arms folded. Etching. Published 

at Xcw York 1)\ •^\'illinlll Hill. Unsigned. 8vo. 

3359. Xapoleon.. half length in uniform, facing right, no hat, arms folded. 

L. Pados, sculp. Vigneux, del. 8vo. ' ^lilano, n.d, 

33()0. Napoleon, half length in uniform, no hat, left hand at breast. Lebeau. 
sculp. Naudet del. Stipple. 8vo. 

3361. Napoleon, half length, royal robes. Dessine et grave par Benoist. 

Stipple. 8vo. 

3362. Napoleon, half length in uniform within oval wreath, surrounded by 

war emblems, flags, &c. Etching by Hopwood and Corbould. 8vo. 

3363. Napoleon, half length in square, uniform with hat, arms folded; under- 

neath, scrolled map, crowns, sceptre, swords, &c. Line. Shepperson 
del. J. Ct. Walker sc. 8vo. [London; Brightly and. Childs, 1815] 

3364. Napoleon, half length in uniform, with hat, arms folded, facing left. 

Stipple. Le Grand sculp. India paper. 8vo. 

3365. Napoleon, half length, military coat, long wavy hair, ruffled shirt- 

front. F. Cossia pinxt. Veronae, 1797. L. Schiavonetti sculp. 
Londini. Stipple. Svo. (Slight, stains on margins.) 

London ; J. Shlunt, 1797 

3366. Napoleon, oval, half leng-th in uniform. Stipple. L^nsigned. 8vo. 

3367. Napoleon, half length, right hand in vest, full uniform. Line and 

stipple. Unsigned. Published bv Geo. Virtue, London. In colors. 
12mo. 

3368. Napoleon, oval half length on square background, surmounted by 

laurel leaves. " Napoleon I., Kaiser der Franzosen." Stipple. Un- 
signed. 12mo. 

3369. Napoleon, half length in circle, uniform, right hand in vest. " Em- 

pereur des Frangais, Eoi d'ltalie, Protecteur de la Confederation du 
Ehin." Firenze appo. G. G. Chiari e figlio. L'nsigned. In colors. 
12mo. 

3370. Napoleon, half length in royal robes, with Marie Louise. Unsigned. 

Line. 12mo. 

-3371. Napoleon, half length in uniform, facing right, cocked hat, arms folded. 
T. Prattent del. et sculpt. 12mo. In colors. London, 1814 

•3372. Napoleon, half length in uniform, arms folded, with hat. Stipple. 
- « From a painting by Lacoste, deposited in the Imperial Library at 

Paris. Corrected at Plvmouth, 1815." 12mo. 



'3'r/3 NvPOiEON, half length in uniform, hat without plume, right arm bent 
<howino- hand within buckskin glove. " Napoleon le Grand, Em- 
pereur des Frangais et Pioi d'ltalie." Line and stipple. F. Maradan. 
12mo. 

3374 Xapoleox half length in uniform as Premier Consul. Hopwood sc. 
In colors. Paris, n.d. 8vo; " At the Military School, throwing snow- 
halls." in colors. London, n.d. -ito; full length in uniform, rear 
view, hands folded, soldiers to the right. AYithout letters. Un- 
signed. In colors. 12mo. (3 pieces.) 

33T5. Napolkox, half length in uniform, a dead eagle on its back above him. 
Stipple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

337G. Xapoleox. half length in uniform, wreath and eagle above his head, 
another wreath with army scene underneath. Line. Proof before all 
letters. 12nio. 

3377. X-VPOLEOX. half length in eml)roidered coat and sash. Line and stip- 
ple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3378 XvPOLEOX, half length in uniform, showing right hand in vest. Line 
and stipple. David Pt Paris. T. Gimbrede Sc. N. Y. ISmo. 

3379. X.\POLEOX. halt: length in Uniform. Stipple. Willard & Rawdon sc. 

Alby. 12 mo. 

3380. Xapoleox, half length in uniform, facing front, no hat.^ Anderson 

sculpt. David pt. Wood engraving. 12mo. Xew York [ISloJ 

3381 X^^POLEOX half length in embroidered Consular coat, sash and hat, 
laurel branches beneath. " Premier Consul, &c." Line and stipple. 
J B. F. :\[assard, del. J. B. L. Massard, Fils, sculp. 12mo. 

[Pans, n.d.J 

3382. Napoleox, half length in robes of state, wreath of laurel. Line and 

stipple. Unsigned. 12nio. [laris, n.d.J 

3383. Xapoleox, half length in uniform with great coat and hat, also fac- 

simile signature. Pencil sketch. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3384. Xapoleox, half length in uniform, right hand in vest. Pencil drawing, 

"par I. W. Morris." 12mo, 

3385. Xapoleox, half length, embroidered coat, long hair, tied in back. 

'' L'Univers est rempli de sa gloire." Dessine d'apres nature a Milan 
par G. Alessi. Grave par J. J. F. Tassaert. Stipple. 12mo. 

3380 XvPOLFOX, half length in uuiform, riglit arm bent at elbow. '^ Xapo- 
leon le Grand Empereur des Frangais et Roi d'ltalie, et Protecteur 
de la Confederation du Rhiu." Line. Unsigned. IGmo. 

3387 X VPOLEOX, half length in uniform, with great coat and fur collar, right 
hand in vest. Engraved by lUman and Pilbrow. IGmo 

Xew York; J. & J. Harper, 1832 



3388. Napoleov. hair lenglli, witliiii oval l)order, euvly liair, coat with ciii- 

hroidored lapels, sash. Line and stipple. Unsigned. IGino. 

3389. Napoleok, oval half lengtli, enil)roidered coat and belt. Stipple. Un- 

signed. 16mo. 

3390. Napoleon, half length oval, in Consul's coat, long hair. Stipple. G. 

Zauerio ping, a ]\Iilano. Schlcich scul]). Kinio. 

3391. Napoleon, half length in nnifonii. Etcliing. Ferd. dirit. IGmo. 

3392. Napoleon, half length in unilorm. witii hat. Water-color. Unsigned. 

16mo. 

3393. Napoleon, half length in uniform, right hand in vest. Lijie and stip- 

ple. Unsigned. 16mo. 

3394. Napoleon, half length in uniform. Line. Unsigned. 24mo. 

3395. Napoleon, half length in uniform, facing front and left, no hat. Litlio- 

graphs, different. 4to. 2 pieces. 

3396. Napoleon, half length in uniform. Stipple. Engraved by J. B. Long- 

acre from a miniature by Eousseau. [Phila.] 1827. 12mo; another, 
similar. David. Cooper. Etching. 12mo; another, similar. Stip- 
ple. London, 1815. 18mo. (3 pieces.) 

3397. Napoleon, half length, royal robes, wreath of laurel. Ijine and stipple. 

(Margins cut away) 4to; full bust. Grave par Vallot, 1841. 4to 
and 8vo. Together, 3 pieces. 

3398. Napoleon, half length, uniform under great coat, left hand in vest. 

Etching. G. Stael, del., Paris. 8vo; half length in uniform, small 
figures overhead and at bottom. Etching. London. 8vo; bust in 
uniform in square frame, lion heads at corners. Etching. Unsigned. 
London, 1823. IGmo. (3 pieces.) 

3399. Napoleon, half length in uniform. Engraved by Bocquet. Stipple. 

London, 1815; the same, engraved by E. Smith, and 3 others. To- 
gether, 5 pieces. 4to and 8vo. 

3400. Napoleon, half length in uniform, right hand at breast. A. Riffaut, 

sculp. P. Delarocht. pinx ; " Napoleon asleep in his stud}'," drawn 
by Dr. Mennes, 1831, and three others. Together, 5 pieces. 8vo. 

3401. Napoleon, 5 ditferent, half length, full bust, etc. Etching, line, etc. 

8vo and 12 mo. Together, 6 pieces. 

3402. Napoleon, three-quarter length in uniform, holding colors in one hand 

and sword in the other. Grave a Milan par J. Longhi, 1798, peint 
par Le-Gras. Line engraving. Folio. 

3403. Napoleon, three-quarter length in uniform, on horseback, on plate 

entitled " Une derniere grace mon Empereur, votre main." Line en- 
graving, in colors, probably colored by hand. 4to. Repaired. 



3404. Napoleon", three-quarter length in uniform^ right hand in vest, in 

the garden of Mahnaison. Facsimile in colors from the water-color 
hy Dujardin. 4to. 

3405. Napoleon, three-quarter length in uniform, with cross-belt and sword, 

in oval border. Japan paper. Artist's proof, with signature of G. 
Mercier. 8vo. 

3406. Napoleon, three-quarter length in uniform, sword, and sash across 

shoulders. Line, S. Lerby, del. Bovinet, sculp. (Frontispiece.) 
13mo. 

3407. Napoleon, three-quarter length in uniform (colored lithograph) ; full 

bust (from Journal des Artistes, 1834), and 3 others. 8vo and 12mo. 
Together, 5 pieces. 

3408. Napoleon, full length, court dress, right hand resting on the " Civil 

Code," Josephine seated in chair. Grave par F. A. David. Line en- 
graving. Proof before inscription. Large folio. [Paris, 1807] 

3409. Napoleon". " Napoleon le Grand," full length in the robes of Emperor. 

Augte. Boucher Desnoyers sculpsit. F. Gerard pinxit anno 1805. 
Line engraving. Large folio. 

3410. Napoleon, full length in uniform, wearing cocked hat. Line engraving, 

proof before all letters on India paper, probably representing the 
scene of the plea of the prisoners at Jaffa, about 1,200 of whom 
Napoleon had ordered shot. Large folio. 

3411. Napoleon. "Napoleone il Grande, Imperatore de Francesi 2 re 

d'ltalia." Full length, standing, cocked hat under left arm, holding 
map of Italy in right hand. Stipple. Unsigned. Large folio, with 
margins. Milan, n.d, 

3412. Napoleon, full length in uniform, standing, no hat. Laugier 1835, 

David 1812, I'eau forte par Vallot. Line engraving. Open letters. 
India paper. Large folio. 

3413. Napoleon, full length in robes, wearing hat. Grave par Mecou, peint 

par Isabey, 1812. Line engraving. Large folio, with full margins. 

Paris, n.d. 

3414. Napoleon, full length in royal robes. W. Bromley sculpt. F. Gerard 

pinxt. Line engraving. Folio. (Creased across middle.) 

London, 1825 

3415. Napoleon, full length in robes, together with portraits as he appeared 

at Austerlitz and Waterloo. The colored poster by Lucien Metivet, 
issued by The Century Magazine, Jan. [1895]. Folio (slight tears 
to margins). 

3416. Napoleon. Another copy of the preceding, autographed by the artist. 

3417. Napoleon, full length in uniform, no hat, standing, right hand on 

documents. Dickinson sc. A. J. Gros pinxt. Mezzotint. Folio 
(margins cut away and inlaid, slight repairs to face). 



3418. NAroi.Kox, full len^tli in unilonn, staiulinj,^, wearing liat, also full 

leno^th portraits of Marie Louise and Napoleon's son, on same sheet. 
German copper engraving, in colors. Folio. | n.p. ca. 1821J 

3419. Napoleon, full length in uniform, wearing cocked hat, hand at breast, 

standing by " Senatus-Consultc Organique." Folio. 

3430. Napoleon, " Napoleon T., Empereiir des Fran§ais et Eoi d'ltalie, Ne le 

15 Aoiit 1769," full length in robes, crowned with laurel, placing 
wreath of roses on bust of Josephine. Stipple. Printed in colors. 
I'olio. Paris, n.d. 

3431. Napoleon, the same, nncolored. 

3433. Napoleon, " Le Prisonnier," full length in uniform, in cell, looking, by 
aid of the narrow window lights, at map of Italy. Weber del. Litho. 
de C. Motte. Folio. 

3433. Napoleon, '"Le Passe, le Present et FAvenir," full length portraits of 

Napoleon, his son, etc., soldiers in background. Lithograph after R. 
de Moraine. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

3434. Napoleon, full length. Emperor's robes, crowding himself with the im- 

perial diadem. In colors. Folio. 

3435. Napoleon, full length in uniform, no hat, receiving congratulations 

from his officers, whose brows are wreathed with crowns of victory, 
and one of whom [Lavalette?, Avho is wearing woman's dress], is 
throwing off his disguise. ^Mezzotint. Unsigned and without letters. 
Folio. 

3436. Napoleon, full length in long coat, line engraving formed of pen- 

script t^ourishes, standing, with right hand in vest. D'Aviguon. 
sculpt. Folio. 

3437. Napoleon, full length in uniform, no hat. Dessine d'apres nature au 

Chateau des Tuileries, et grave per Charon. Stipple. Printed in 
colors. 

3438. Napoleon, full length in embroidered coat, standing with a woman, 

hands joined, before a figure of Liberty on a throne. In colors. Line. 
Fnsigned. 4 lines in Italian underneath. Folio. 

3439. Napoleon, full length in uniform, right hand in vest, left in back 

pocket of coat, standing in front of large building, a howitzer, trees, 
&c. around him. Line and stipple. Dessine par J. B. B. Grave par 
(5. Zatta. Folio. 

3430. Napoleon, full length in uniform, ermine robe flung over left arm, can- 

non, tent, flag, &c., around him. Stipple. Dessine par F. Damame. 
Grave par J. J. F. Tassaert, 1 806. Folio. 

3431. Napoleon, full length in court ro])es, soft cap and plumes, right arm 

outstretched, standing on floor. Line. Dessine par Desrais. Grave 
par Thiebaut. Folio. 



3432. XAroLEON, full length in uniform covered by fur coat, in the midst of 

a battle, right arm pointing. Line. Unsigned. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

3433. Xapoleon, full length in the handsome costume he wore on " Le Champ 

de May," declaiming his address on that occasion. Mezzotint. Un- 
signed. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

3434. Xapoleon, full length in uniform, left hand in vest, right, behind back, 

on an eminence near the sea. Mezzotint. Charlet, pinxt. S. W. 
Eeynolds. . .sculpt. Folio. Paris and London, 1829 

3435. Xapoleox. full length in military long coat, right hand in vest, stand- 

ing on lawn. Line and stipple. " Adieu, Mai Maison." Dessine par 
Isabey. Grave par C. J. Linges. Termine par P. Cooper. India 
paper. Folio. 

3436. Xapoleox. full length on battlefield, in long coat and sash, sabre in 

right hand, cannon, horses, &c. Line in sepia. Folio. 

London; S. W. Fores, 1797 

3437. Xapoleox, full length in uniform, right hand in vest, left, behind back. 

Mezzotint. Unsigned. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

3438. Xapoleox, full length in military long coat, standing with right hand 

outstretched, left grasping sword in scabbard. Mezzotint. Proof 
before all letters. Folio. 

3439. Xapoleox, the same on tinted paper. 

3440. Xapoleox, " Coup d'oeil de I'Aigle," containing full-length portrait in 

uniform, telescope in hand. Peint par H. Bellange. Lithograph, 
Proof in open letters on India paper. Folio. 

3441. Xapoleox, full length, after the figure on the column in the Place 

Yendome. Lithograph. Folio. 

3442. Xapoleox, " Buonaparte." full length in uniform, standing, cocked hat 

in left hand, pen in right. Grave par J. C. Bock, dessine par Hilaire 
Le Drn. Stipple. Folio, (portion of one margin repaired). 

3443. Xapoleox, full length in uniform, seated on chair, white charger near- 

by. Alf. Cornilliet d'apres Philippoteaux. Proof before inscription. 
Folio. 

3444. Xapoleox, full length in uniform, holding standard in right hand, 

standing by French Constitution, guarded by the eagle, and with 
the Goddess of liiberty on other side. Ecrit par Benard. Lithograph. 
Folio. 

3445. Xapoleox, full length in uniform, with hat, hand at breast. Lith. d'E. 

Simon a Strasbg. Folio. 

3446. Xapoleox, full length in oiuhroiderod long coat, with sash, sword, and 

hat on which is a writing jjad, nearby a rock, and soldiers on bridge. 
Stipple. Dessine par Hilaire le Dru. Grave par J. C. Bock. Folio. 



3447. Napoleox. the same. Smaller figure, and without soldiers. Unsigned. 

Line. 8vo. 

3448. Xapoleox. full length in uniform, right hand in hrcast, an outpost on 

horseback near, soldiers, &c. Mezzotint. Unsigned. " Meditant la 
Bataille de Wagram." Folio. 

3449. Napoleon, full length, in prison, looking at Map of Italy spread on 

table. " Le Prisonnier." Weber, del. Litho. de C. Motte. Folio. 

3450. Napoleon, full length in uniform, long hair, no hat, holding standard. 

Euotte sculpsit. Dutaillis delineavit. Stipple. Folio. Small mar- 
gins. Paris, n.d. 

3451. Napoleon, full length in uniform, without hat, the central figure of a 

German copper engraving, unsigned, entitled " Abschluss des De- 
finitiv-Friedens Zwischen Oestreich und Frankreich zu Campo For- 
mido am 17 Octob. 1797. Bonaparte, Marchese Ballo," etc. Folio. 

3452. Napoleon, full length in uniform, cocked hat, arms folded, facing right. 

F. Arnold sc. H. Dahling del. ^lezzotint. Folio. 

The reproduction in Sloane's Life of Napoleon was made from this 
engraving. 

3453. Napoleon, full length in uniform, wearing cocked hat, arms folded, 

Fried. Arnold, sc. H. Dahling del. Mezzotint, colored by hand 
Folio (margins cut away). 

3454. Napoleon, full length, standing, in embroidered coat, sash and sword, 

plumed hat held in left hand with writing-pad on top, over which the 
right hand is poised with pen between fingers, rock and soldiers on 
bridge in background. Mezzotint. Unsigned proof (Somewhat dam- 
aged). Folio. 

3455. Napoleon, full length in uniform, standing, hat in hand. Grave par 

Coc[ue[t], dessine par Hilaire Lc Dru. Mezzotint. Folio, margins cut 
away, and small piece of engraver's name rubbed off. Paris, n.d. 

3456. Napoleon, full length, no hat. standing by " Acte additional aux Con- 

stitutions de I'Empire." Mezzotint. Folio (stained in places). 

3457. Napoleon, full length in uniform, arms behind him, on rock in mid- 

ocean, ships in the distance. " J'attendais. . .15 Octobre 1840,'' 
Mezzotint. Unsigned. Folio. 

3458. Napoleon. Another copy, somewhat varied. Line. Proof before all 

letters. 

3459. Napoleon, full length in uniform (centre), Alexander I and Friedrich 

Wilhelm III (sides), hands clasped, all standing. Unsigned. Stipple. 
Small folio. Wien; Eemnoni, n.d. 

3460. Napoleon, full length in nniform. wearing cocked hat. arms folded. F. 

Arnold fee. H. Dahling del. Mezzotint. Small folio. 



3461. Napoleon, full length, royal robes. Dessine a Paris, Ic 2 Avril 1810, 

jour de la celebration du Mariage de sa Majeste et grave par Adrien 

Godefroy. Line engraving, festoon border. Small folio. Paris, n.d. 

The reproduction in Sloane's Life of Napoleon was made from this 

engraving. 

34G3. Napoleox, " Napoleon Premier. . . (et) Marie Louise," both full length, 
Napoleon in uniform, cocked hat in left hand. Leopold, sculp. Ludw. 
Wolf del. Mezzotint. Small folio. 

3463. Napoleon, full length in uniform, arms folded in front. Line. Fr. 

Guimpel fee. Small folio. Berlin, 1806 

3464. Napoleon, full length in uniform, wearing cocked hat, " sketched at 

St. Helena by a British Officer in May last," [1816]. Aquatint. 
Unsigned. 4to. 

3465. Napoleon, "General Buonaparte, Commander in Chief of the French 

Army, and Conqueror of Italy, Germany, etc.," full length in uniform, 
standing beside cannon, battle scene in background. Line engraving. 
Unsigned. In colors. 4to. London, May 8, 1797 

3466. Napoleon, full length on rock by seashore, uniformed, with arms folded 

across breast. Lithograph. P. Rohrbach, del. Bei E. Ritmiiller. 4to. 

Berlin & Gottingen, n.d. 

3467. Napoleon, full length in uniform, right hand in breast, cap, wand of 

office, &c., on stool nearby. Stipple. Bosselman. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

3468. Napoleon, full length in uniform, wearing hat, standing, arms folded. 

F. Guimpel fee. Berlin, Nov. 1806. In colors. 4to. 

3469. Napoleon, full length in uniform entering the door of chamber in 

which are the members of the Congress of Vienna. " Ah, mon Dieu, 
levoila?" ]\Iezzotint. Unsigned. 4to. Paris; Dubreuil, n.d. 

3470. Napoleon, " Napoleon devant Eatisbonne," full length in uniform, no 

hat, about to mount his horse. Mezzotint. Unsigned. 4to. 

3471. Napoleon, '• Pace di Tolentino fra la S. Sede, e la Eepubblica Fran- 

cese," containing full length portrait in uniform. Line engraving. 
Unsigned. 4to (margins cut away and plate slightly damaged). 

3472. Napoleon, full length in uniform, wearing cocked hat, on charger, 

Eomney sc. In colors. 4to. London, 1815 

3473. Napoleon, full length in uniform, sitting on rock, right hand in 

vest, left holding a closed book, hat and gloves near by, tree in 
background. Marin-Lavigne, del. Litli. de Lenercier. " Souve- 
nirs." Published in London, Paris, and New York. 4to. 

3474. Napoleon, full length, royal robes. Mezzotint. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

3475. Napoleon, full length in uniform, about to take his son in his arras, 

nobles and ladies-in-waiting around him, &c., with the cradle given 
him by the citizens oC Paris at one side. In colors. Unsigned. Ob- 
long. 4to. Paris, n.d. 



o47(J. Napoleon, " Preliminari dcliu pace di Lcoben," containhi"- full leiiuth 
figure, holding coclced liat in right hand. Line engraving. Un- 
signed. 4to. 

3477. Napoleox, full length, as First Consul, embroidered coat, sash and 

boots, one arm outstretched, the other resting on hip. H. de Viel- 
Castel. Lith. A^illain r. de Sevres, 19. 4to. 

3478. Napoleon, full length in uniform, with four other generals, all stand- 

ing on an arc of the world, portions of which are labelled Espagne, 
France, Autriche, &e. " Le Jeu des quatre Coins on les cinq Freres." 
Unsigned. India paper. 4to. 

3479. Napoleon, full length in uniform by the bedside of Marie Louise, his 

son held in the arni'^ of a lady-in-waiting near by. " Naissance du Roi 
de Eome." Unsigned. In colors. Oblong 4to. Paris, n.d. 

3480. Napoleon, full length in uniform, glove and hat in right hand, facing 

Pope Pius VII., who is in full pontifical robes. Inscri])tion in Ital- 
ian. Line. Gio, Batta; Cechi e Bened. Eredi. inc. 4to. 

3481. N.APOLEON, '■' Napoleon, erster Kayser de Franzosen and Konig von 

Italien," full length, royal robes, wreath of laurel. Gezeichnet von 
Isabey. Line and stipple. 4to. 

3482. Napoleon, full length (letter in one hand), with several officers near, 

in room. [View of Napoleon's second abdication, June 22, 1815]. 
Line. Unsigned. In colors. Small 4to. 

3483. Napoleon, " Napoleon, Empereur des Frangais," full length, royal robes, 

coat of arms, etc., on same plate. C. W. Schenck sc. Leipzig. Line 
engraving, 4to. 

3484. Napoleon, full lengtli in uniform, arms folded across breast, poised in 

the clouds, angels around him, shadowy busts of soldiers in the dis- 
tance, &c. " Immortel.''' Stipple. Unsigned. Printed in colors. 
4to. 

3485. Napoleon, full length in uniform, without hat, on plate entitled " Cle- 

nience de Napoleon." Lithograph. 4to. 

3486. Napoleon, full length in royal robes, in the clouds, with right hand 

poised over the Imperial eagle with crown in beak, about to place it 
on head of the King of Eome, who is asleep upon the knee of his 
mother as she views the scene in a vision. " Le Songe." Stipple. 
Unsigned. Portrait in colors. 4to. 

3487. Napoleon, full length, standing, holding cocked hat in right hand, 

soldier crossing bridge in l)ackground. Line and stipple. Lefevre 
sculp., Hilaire Le Dm del. 4to. 

3488. Napoleon, full length in uniform, seated, no hat. Gem. v. Delaroche, 

lith. V. Hartung. In colors. 4to. 

3489. Napoleon, full length in uniform, seated on his great coat under cypress 

trees. Alezzotint. " Napoleon ecrivant ses memories. Unsigned. 
4to. Paris, n.d. 



ViA90. Napoleon, full loniiih in oi'oat coat, meeting a sentry. " On n'passe 
|)as.*' Mezzotint. Unsigned. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

3491. Napoleon, full k-ngth in uniform, standing, with arms folded in a 

garden. Wasli drawing. Unsigned. Small 4to. 

3492. Napoleon, "■ General sans pareil," full length in uniform, wearing 

cocked hat. In colors. 4to. 

3493. Napoleon, full length in royal robes, head enwreathed with laurel, 

sceptre in one hand, wand of office in the other, curtains parted 
overhead, &c. Water-color. Unsigned. 4to. (Torn in 2 places). 

3494. Napoleon, full length in uniform addressing the Assembly. " Grande 

audace et ruse de Bonaparte." [Repeated in Italian.] Line. Wittmer 
inv. e dis. Marchetti inc. Oblong 4to. 

3495. Napoleon, " Bonaparte, General en Chef der Italienischen Armee," full 

length in uniform, sword in one hand, document in the other. Line 
engraving. In colors, probably colored l)y hand. 4to. 

349G. Napoleon, "Bivouac en 1814." full length in uniform. Grave par 
Lefevre, peint par H. Vernet. Line engraving. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

3497. Napoleon, full length in uniform, with glass in right hand, officers 

nearby, a battle raging, plan of same on pile of masonry. 
" Charleroi." Stipple. Unsigned. 4to. 

3498. Napoleon, full length in uniform and great coat, standing and looking 

seaward, three officers at back, &:c. " A I'ile d'Elbe." Mezzotint. Un- 
signed. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

3499. Napoleon, " Traite de Campo Formio,"' containing full length portrait, 

in uniform, no hat, demanding that the words " The Eepublie " be 
erased. Mezzotint. Jn colors. 4to, margins cut away. 

3500. Napoleon, full length in uniform, soldiers around him. " Charleroi." 

Mezzotint. L'nsigned. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

3501. Napoleon, full length in uniform, standing, sword, and wreath of 

laurel on table, wearing pointed footgear. Copper engraving [prob- 
ably the work of some German engraver] , entitled, '" Napoleon Bona- 
parte erster Consul der Francos Republick." 4to, and the companion 
print, also unsigned, and probably the work of the same artist, being 
that of Josephine, entitled, " Madame Bonaparte, geb. de la Pagerie, 
vormals verwittwete Beauharnois, Gemahlin des ersten Consuls der 
fransoes Eepublick." 2 pieces. 4to, with margins. 

8502. Napoleon, full length in uniform leaning against a cannon, hands in 
pocket; a similar figure near him. Line. Proof before all letters. 
4to. , 

3503. Napoleon, full length in uniform, standing beside the wounded Due de 
]\rontebello, at Essling, as his funeral cortege passes. Etched plate. 
Peint par Bellange. Grave par Tajet. Oblong 4to, [Paris, n.d.] 



3504. NAroLEOX, full length in uniform with great coat, on quay surrounded 

by numerous figures of soldiers, their wives, citizens, &c. [Bona- 
parte leaving Elba in 1815 to invade France.] In colors. Unsigned. 
Oblong small 4to. 

3505. Napoleon^ full length in royal robes, confiding his son to the care of 

France, a cupid presenting him the hearts of the French people; 
Minerva above, &c. Stipple. Unsigned. Oblong 4to. 

3506. Napoleon, full length in Consul's uniform, appearing from a doorway 

to a number of officers, statesmen, &c., seated around a large table, 
on which are cards and money, exclamations of various sorts pro- 
ceeding from the mouths of the majority of the figures. " Le Jeu 
de Pharaon politique, 1799.^' Line and stipple. Unsigned. Ob- 
long 4to. (Margins cut close.) Paris; Chez Basset, n.d. 

3507. Napoleon, full length in uniform and great coat and hat, standing by 

a fire on the ground, camp sentry marching near. Pencil and water 
color. By Charlet. 8vo. 

3508. Napoleon"^ full length in uniform, with long cloak over right shoulder, 

standing on rock by the sea, arms folded over breast, flash of light- 
ning at his back. Etching. Desenne del., I. H. Eobinson scul. 
India paper. 8vo. [Paris, J. Boquet, 1826] 

3509. Napoleon, " Le General Bonaparte, 1797," full length in uniform. 

Lith. de Villain. 8vo. In colors. 

3510. Napoleon, full length in great coat standing on the shore by a rock 

on which rest his hat, book, gloves, &c., right hand in vest, small 
ship in background. Marked " Napoleon." Line. Unsigned. Svo. 

3511. Napoleon, another copy. Proof before all letters. India paper, 

3512. Napoleon, another copy. Stipple. No lettering. Small wreath on 

lower margin. 

3513. Napoleon, another copy. Lithograph. Unsigned. Small wreath 

enclosing " N " on lower margin. *' Chez Daems pres. les escaliers 
de Ste. Gudule." 

3514. Napoleon, another cop}', but with a variation in dress, and the left 

hand in vest; also all the same scenic objects reversed. Stipple. 
Signed " Guyard." 

3515. Napoleon, full length, in Egypt, embroidered long coat, top boots 

with spurs, sword and sash, arms partly folded, hat in one hand, 
pyramids, palms, &c. in background. Etching. T. Boilly del., A. 
Boilly sc. India paper. 8vo. 

3516. Napoleon, full length, richly embroidered long coat, top boots with 

spurs, large sash, long hair, left hand resting on sabre (sheathed), 
right hand holding hat with large feather, both hands gloved. Etch- 
ing. "Eonjat. Hildibrant." Svo. 



3517 N^roLEON. full length in embroidered costume of the First Consul, left 

' arm outstretched, right resting on table, on which is a cocked-hat, 
&c. Lithograph, partly colored. " Lith. de Delpech.' Signed H. 
L." Royal 8vo. 

3518 Napoleon, full length, rear view, standing on rock with arms folded, 

in uniform with hat, looking seaward. Lithograph. Unsigned. 
Svo. 

3519 Napoleon, full length in uniform, standing in library, right hand rest- 

ing on a volume of the " Code Napoleon," hat, sword, &c. on nearby 
chairs. Etching. Sceffer del., Villery sculp. India paper. 8vo. 

3520 Napoleon, full length in uniform, arms folded. " Exactly copied from 

a likeness by J. P. Simone, Paris, 1807." In colors. Retouched 
after publication. 8vo. 

3521. Napoleon, full length in uniform, right hand in vest, standing in 

library, sword and belt on chair at side, lamp, books, etc. On steel. 
David pinxit, Valot sculp. Svo. 

3522. Napoleon, full length in uniform, right hand in vest, hat on drum 

nearl)v, a soldier and officers in background. Etching. Dessme 
par R"^affet. Grave par Alph. Frangoise. India paper. 8vo. 

3523. Napoleon, full length in uniform, standing, wearing cocked hat. Un- 

signed, but probably the work of a German engraver. In colors. 
Svo. 

3534. Napoleon, full length in uniform, standing on shore, cloak over right 
shoulder, hat and Ijroken sceptre and chain on ground. Lith. de 
Maublanc. India paper. Svo. 

3525. Napoleon, full length in uniform with hat, arms folded, standing in 

field, soldiers and field-piece outlined in background. Woodcut. In 
colors. Unsigned. Svo. 

3526. Napoleon, in 4 full length attitudes, Toulon, Pont d'Arcole, Auster- 

litz, St. Helena, in appropriate costume for each. Grave sur acier. 
Charon sculpt. Oblong Svo. Paris and New York, n.d. 

3527. Napoleon, full length, royal robes. De Launay sc, Roehn del. In 

colors (touched up by hand). Svo. 

3528. Napoleon, und Alexander und Friedrich Wilhelm III., in a group of 

3 full length in uniform, hands clasped, Tilsit in background. Gez. 
von F. A. Calau, geatzt von Laurens. Mezzotint. Svo. 

3529. Napoleon [at the Pyramids], full length, in uniform; half length, in 

uniform, no hat, after Paul Delaroche; bust, in uniform, no hat, 
with facsimiles of two signatures. Stipple, etc. Svo. Together, 
3 pieces. 

The reproductions in Sloane's Life of Napoleon of above and following 
1 lot were made from these engravings. 



3530. Napoleox, full length in unii'orni, no luit, India paper; full length, in 

uniform, seated, no hat. G. L. Leybold sc, P. Delaroche ])inx. ; 
bust in uniform. Fnsig-ned; as First Consul, grave par Monal, 
d'apres Isabey (late impression). Line, etc. 8 vo. Together, 4 
pieces. 

3531. Xapoleox, full length in uniform, river in background. Queverdo 

aine sculp., Samson del. Line. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

3532. Xapoleox, full length in uniform, no hat, " Croquis d'apres nature", 

dessine le 6 ]\[ars 18"^1."' View of his house in background. In 
colors. 8vo. 

3533. Napoleox, full length, Emperor's robes. Grave par J. Levasseur, des- 

sine par F. Gerard. India paper. 8vo. 

The reproduction iu 81oane's Life of Napoleon was made from this 
engraving. 

3534. Xapoleox, full length in uniform, wearing cocked hat, arms folded. 

In colors. 8vo. 

3535. Xapoleox^ full length in uniform, cocked hat in hand. Grave par 

Langlois, dessine par Eaffet. Proof on India paper. 8vo. 

Tlie reproduction iu Sloane's Life of Napoleon was made from this 
engraving. 

3536. Xapoleox, full length standing, right hand on table, pyramids in back- 

ground. Line engraving. E. Lechard del. 8vo. 

3537. JSTapoleox. full length in uniform, arm at breast, no hat. Stipple. 

Printed in colors, touched up by hand, 8vo. 

3538. Xapoleox, " Sejour a I'lle d'Elbe," full length in uniform, officers in 

background. Inscription of 3 lines. Line engraving. In colors. 
8vo. 

3539. Xapoleox, full length in uniform, covered with great coat, standing 

between the open door of a hut and a log-tire, right hand in vest. 
Etching. Proof before all letters. India paper, 8vo. 

3540. Xapoleox, the same. Another state of plate. 

3541. Xapoleox, '" Xapoleon in Moskau,'" full length in uniform, standing by 

open window watching flames. In colors. 8vo. 

3542. Xapoleox, '* Xapoleon Bonaparte on his celebrated white charger.^' In 

colors. (Cut close and mounted.) London, 1823 

Tlie above and the following 26 lots form an extensive series of the 
plates engraved by George Cruikshank for Ireland's Life of Napoleon. 
lS23-.")-7. Some are in duplicate. All are creasetl in two places, as usual, 
having been extracted from various copies of the published work. 

3543. Xapoleox'", " Xapoleon & Massena defeating the Austrian Army, at 

the terrible Battle of Eoverdo." In colors. (Portion of imprint cut 
away. ) 



3544 Napoleon. " Xapoleon & Augereau in the heat of the tremendous bat- 
tle of St. George." Uncolored. 

3545. Napoleon. "Napoleon forcing the passage of the bridge of Areola." 

In colors. 

3546. Napoleon. "Napoleon at the passage and battle of the river Tag- 

liamento." In colors. 
3546a. Napoleon. The same, date and imprint cut away. In colors. 

3547. Napoleon. "Napoleon defeating the Mamelukes, at the battle of the 

Pyramids." In colors. 

3548. Napoleon. The same, date and imprint cut away. 

3549. Napoleon. Another copy like the preceding. 

o^^n' v.POTFON "Nanoleon, when first Consul & Madame Josephine (his 
''''• fo?^^;) in trgarden at Malmaison^^^ Uncolored. Date and im- 

print cut away. 
3551. Napoleon. "Napoleon defeating the Turkish Pacha, at the battle of 

Aboukir." In colors. 
3553 Napoleon. " The attack and capture of Naples." In colors. 

3553 Napoleon. "Napoleon and his army, effecting the wonderful passage 
3o5d. ^APOL^^ ^^p^,, \^ ^^i^^g_ Date and imprint cut away. 

3554 Napoleon. "Napoleon's decisive victory over the Austrians, at the 

battle of Marengo." Uncolored. 

3555 Napoleon. "Napoleon's bivouac on the night preceding the memor- 

3555. AAPOL ^^^^^^ ^^ i,,sterlitz." In colors. Date and imprmt cut away. 

3556. Napoleon. " Napoleon's entrance into the City of Berlin." In colors. 

Date and imprint cut away. 

3557. Napoleon. Another copy of the preceding, with date and imprint. 
3558 Napoleon. "Napoleon defeating the Prussian Army, at the battle 

■ of Eylau." Uncolored. Date and imprmt cut away. 
3559. Napoleon. The same in colors, with date and print. 
3560 Napoleon. "Napoleon & the Emperor Alexander, upon the raft on 
the Nieman, after the Treaty of Tilsit." In colors. 

3561. Napoleon. The same. Uncolored. Date and imprint cut away. 

3562. Napoleon. " Napoleon witnessing the conflagration of Moscow." In 

colors. 

3563. Napoleon. The same. Uncolored. 

3564. Napoleon. « Napoleon's retreat from Moscow." In colors. 

3565. Napoleon. The same. Uncolored. Date and imprint cut away. 



3566. Napoleon. '"Napoleon's arrival at the Tuileries on his return from 

Elba." In colors. (Plate repaired.) 

3567, Napoleon. "Napoleon terminates his military career, at the memor- 

able battle of Waterloo." In colors. 



3568. Napoleon. The same. Uncolored, in part I of Ireland's Life, 8vo 

wrapjjers. London, G. Berger, n.d. 

3569. Napoleon, full length in nniform embracing Alexander I. upon a 

platform in water, boats and figures of officers around, &c. Line, 
colored by hand. Unsigned. Oblong 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

3570. Napoleon, full length in military coat, right hand in vest. Etching. 

Proof before all letters. 8vo. 

3571. Napoleon, ''Bonaparte on the Northumberland," full length in uni- 

form. Stipple. Unsigned. In colors. 12mo. 

3572. Napoleon, full length, undress uniform. [In exile on St. Helena, 

horses in background.] Line and stipple. Unsigned. In colors. 
12mo. 

3573. Napoleon, full length, in general's uniform, by the sea. Line. Te 

Zalt Bommel, Johannes Niman, 1827. 12mo. 

3574. Napoleon, full length in uniform with great coat beside a log fire. 

Water color. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3575. Napoleon, full length in uniform, left hand behind back, standing near 

map of Germany. Proof before all letters. 12mo. Surrounding this 
plate the artist has pencilled a border containing sections in which 
he has written the names of .Ijattles and events, as though he intended 
to enlarge the plate to Folio. 

3576. Napoleon, full length in uniform, arms folded, back view. Water color. 

Unsigned. 12mo. 

3577. Napoleon, full length, embroidered coat and sash with sword, on which 

rests his left hand, the right arm outstretched, between the figures 
of Victory and Peace, who are suspending laurel "vvreaths above his 
head, pyramid in background. " La Yictoire et la Paix couronnent 
ce Heros." [Engraved by Berthet.] 12mo. Paris, n.d. 

3578. Napoleon, full length in general's uniform, high boots, &c., right hand 

in vest, to one side a drum on which rest his hat and a plan, in 
background a grenadier marches towards a tent. On India paper. 
Signed " F. S." 12mo. 

3579. Napoleon, full length, embroidered coat, hat and boots, sash, right arm 

outstretched, 2 small cannon being fired in background. Stipple. P. 
Bouillon del., T. V. Poll sculp. 12mo. 



3580. Xapolkox, full length, long eoul, hands hehind l)ack (center), Prince 

Eugene bust (left), bust of another general on right. Line and 
sti])])lc. Proof before all letters. Oblong. 13 mo. 

3581. Napoleox, the same, another state of plate. 

3582. Napoleox^ full length in uniform. Etching, (lautherot pinxt. ISnio. 

3583. NAPOLEOX,tthe same. India paper. Proof before all letters. 

3584. Xapoleox, full length in uniform, standing before tents, &c. Line 

and stipple. Chasselat del., Prot sculp. 12mo. Paris, u.d. 

3585. jSTapoleox". full length, standing, arms folded in front. Line. Un- 

signed. 12mo. 

3586. Xapoleox', full length, arms folded, standing and watching army. Line. 

J. D. Bertaux. 12 mo. 

3587. Napoleox, full length in uniform and great coat, standing by a fire of 

logs, arms behind back, soldier near by. Etching. Proof before all 
letters. 12mo. 

3588. ]S^apoleox'. full length in unifonn, right hand in vest, standing on 

shore. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3589. ]S[apoleon, full length in uniform, standing at open window with right 

hand upraised, in the attitude of addressing people below. Wash 
drawing. Unsigned. 12mo. 

3590. N"apolp:ox'. full length in circle, military coat and sash, holding sword 

in both hands, seated figure of Minerva beside him, ships and castle 
in background. " Je Jure sur ce Fer, de venger la Patrie — Et du 
despote Anglais, punir la perfidie." [Engraved by Berthet.] 12mo. 

Paris, n.d. 

3591. jSTapoleox^. full length in uniform and long coat, being carried through 

the air by 2 angels. Colored plate. Unsigned. IGmo. 

3592. Xapoleox'. full length in miiform, arms folded. " Xotice sur Na- 

poleon." In colors. 16mo. Bruxelles, n.d, 

3593. Xapoleox'', full lengih in uniform, standing in room facing an old man 

with arms outstretched. [From a work by Wieland.] Y. H. Schnorr 
fecit, 1809. Aquatint von T-. B. Hossel. In colors. 16mo. 

3594. Napoleox'^, full length in uniform, ascending a stairway, hat in hand, 

meeting Marie Louise and ladies, statue in niche in background. 
" Xapoleon at Weimar." Unsigned. In colors. 16mo. 

3595. Xapoleox^. snuiU full length in great coat, right hand in vest, standing 

beside a hut. Etching. A. ^forizot, sculp. India paper. 18mo. 

359G. ]S[apoleox", the same, hut showing fuller details. Proof before all let- 
ters. 

3597. Xapoleox^, full length, standing, left knee bent, left hand in vest, gaz- 
ing over encampment. Line. Proof before all letters. 24mo. 



3598. Napoleon, full length in unifofrni, seated in cliair before a portrait of 

the Due De Eeischtadt, ''offert par les compagiions de son exil." 
Line. K. Maurin inv., A. Marche dis. e inc. 1834. 4to. ; anotlier 
Ml length, standing before portrait of his son. Treatment similar. 
•■' Napoleon's Thriiue." V. Sieglander, pinxt. Lithograph. Folio. 
(3 pieces.) Wien, n.d. 

3599. Napoleon-. " La prise de tahac," and " Napoleon sur la Colonne," both 

containing full length figures. Lithographs. 4to. 2 pieces. 

3600. Napoleox, three different portraits in royal robes, after statues by 

Eoland Chaudet, etc. Lino engravings. 4to. 3 pieces. 

3601. Napoleon, full length in uniform on quay. " Escape from Elba, 1815." 

Drawn by Goubaud. London, 1823. In colors. Oblong 13mo; In 
death, half length in uniform, St. Helena. London, n.d. Fenner sc. 
Oblong 13mo; "In the Arab's Tent." Without letters. In colors. 
12mo. (3 pieces.) 

3602. Ni\POLEON, 3 full lengths in uniform. All colored. 8vo. 3 pieces. 

3603. Napoleon, full length in uniform, in colors; three-quarter length of 

Napoleon II., looking at sculpture bust of his father; and another. 
In colors. 8vo and 12 mo. Together, 3 pieces. 

3604. Napoleon, full length in military school uniform, marking on wall 

with chalk (2 copies, 1 tinted) ; another design, similar, but mark- 
ing on wall with bayonet tip. Charlet. Litliograph. Folio. 3 
pieces. 

3605. Napoleon, full length in uniform. " Derniers Adieux a sa Famille"' ; 

bust in centre of a group of the "Famille Iniperiale" (14 busts) ; 
another in similar group. Unsigned. Mezzotint, stipple, &c. Folio 
and 4to. 3 pieces. 

3606. Napoleon, outline full length, from a statue; half length in uniform 

(colored by hand). London, 1825; and 2 others. 8vo and 12mo. 
Together, 4 pieces. 

3607. Napoleon, full length in uniform (probably at Elba), colored by hand; 

full length in uniform. A. Boilly, sc. J. Boilly, del. In colors. 
Eepresentation of his tomb, etc. 4to and 8vo, Together, 4 pieces. 

3608. Napoleon, full length in groups (5 scenes). Music title page. Litho- 

graph. 4to ; bust, with another. Etching. 4to ; full length in royal 
robes, and other costumes, (4 figures). Etching. Oblong 12mo; 
with 9 others, each with description and designation. 4to. 4 pieces. 

3609. Napoleon, "1814," after IMeissonier ; after the statue in bronze by Ar- 

mand le Veel ; and 2 others, lithographs, etc. 4to and Svo. Together, 
4 pieces. 

3610. Napoleon, 2 full length, 1 proof before all letters, 2 full busts. One 

on India paper. 8vo and 12mo. Together, 4 pieces. 



3G11. Napoleon, full length, at Fontainebleau ; full bust, with facsimiles of 
.3 signatures, view of Porto Farrajo in colors, and map of Elba on 
same sheet, and another (proof on India paper), and another. 4to. 
Together, 4 jiieces. 

3612. Napoleox, four different full length, at St. (loud, 1802 ; from " Eegne 

de Xapoleon,'' and 2 others. 8vo and 12mo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3613. jSrAPOLEON, four different full length. C. Warren sculp.; F. Sautter sc, 

and 3 others. 4to and 12mo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3614. Napoleox^ full length in uniform, standing in the Tuileries and facing 

mob on the wall of garden. Etching, proof before all letters. India 
paper. Small 4to; medallion head, with that of Josephine. Line. 
16mo; " Xapoleona na Ostrow-Helenn." Tinted lithogi'aph. Small 
folio; " Incendie de Moscow." Etching. Small 4to. (4 pieces.) 

3615. Napoleon^ (1) four full length, one on horseback, all in uniform, on 

one sheet; La Sentinelle en defaut, On n'passe pas, Apres vous. Sire, 
Napoleon meditant. Line. Each 16mo. Unsigned. Paris, n.d. ; 
(2) Napoleon, Alexander I. and 5 other figures, with lion, ship, &c. 
Line. Unsigned proof before all letters. 4to. (2 pieces.) (Small 
hole burned in 1 margin.) 

3616. Napoleox, full length, royal robes. Bovinet sc, Huat del. 3 full bust, 

one mezzotint by Levachez, and others. 8vo and 12mo. Together, 5 
pieces. 

3617. Napoleon^ five different full length, as First Consul; in royal robes; at 

St. Helena; inspecting the troops; and with the Pope at Fontaine- 
bleau. 4to and 8vo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3618. Napoleox, five different full length (2 on India paper), including 

First Consul, Statue de Napoleon, and 3 others. 8vo. Together, 5 
pieces. 

3619. Napoleox, full length in uniform. Queverdo aine sculp., Samson 

del. (margins cut away) ; full length in uniform. Lithograph after 
unsigned sketch, and 3 others. 4to and 8vo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3620. Napoleox, full length in uniform, after Charlet. Lithograph; full 

length in uniform. Adam sculpt., J. Potier delt. (2 states, 1 un- 
finished proof), and another. Together, 5 pieces. 8vo and 12mo. 

3621. Napoleox, full length in uniform, arms folded. Lithograph. Folio; 

another on same order. Folio; another. Folio; full length, seated 
with child on couch. Lithograph. Folio; full length in uniform at 
St. Helena. Lithograph. 12mo; bust with wreath. 12mo. 6 pieces. 

3622. Napoleox, full leng-th (in the Alps); fidl length on wooden bridge; 

bust in uniform ; and others. Stipple, lithograph, etc. 4to and 12 mo. 
Together, 6 pieces. 



3623. Napoleon, full length in iinirorm under trees. J^ithograph. Folio. 

1816; miniature i'ull length on rock, &c. Line. 8vo; " Historia de 
Camaralzaman, &c." On steel. Unsigned. 16mo; full length at 
St. Helena. Etching. Coupe. 8vo; full length, " De Twee Na- 
poleons . . . brons . . . pleister." C. C. A. Last. 8vo; 
full length against a cannon, hands in pocket. [By ]\Ir. Hook, &c.] 
4to. 6 pieces. 

3624. Napoleon, full length, with soldiers at the Danube. Mezzotint ; death- 

bed scenes, (2); outline, full length, signed J. D. L. ; and others. 
4to and 8vo. Together, 6 pieces. 

3625. Napoleon, full length, at Fontainebleau; in prison; at school; at Ar- 

cole, and 2 others. 8vo and 12mo. Together, 6 pieces. 

3626. Napoleon, six different full length — as First Consul, at Fontainebleau, 

in a forest, and 3 others (3 India paper). 8vo and 12mo. To- 
gether, 6 pieces. 

3627. Napoleon, six different full length, on rock, battle scene beneath; 

grave par F. Simon, and 4 others. 8vo and 12 mo. Together, 6 
pieces. 

3628. Napoleon, "Le Prisonnier." Eansonnettc sc. ; as an infant (in 1769), 

Burdet sc, Eaffet del., and 4 others. Together, 6 pieces. 

3629. Napoleon, full length, as First Consul; full length, as Emperor. Yil- 

lerey sculp., Scheffer del., and 4 others. 8vo and 12mo. 
pieces. 

3630. Napoleon, full length in uniform ; at St. Helena, full length in uni- 

form. Follet sculp. Philippoteaux del.; and others. Line, etc. 
8vo. Together, 7 pieces. 

3631. Napoleon, in uniform, sitting in chair by table [in tent]). " Berech- 

nungen." In colors. Square 16mo. 

3632. Napoleon, full length in Directory uniform with plumed hat and sash, 

on a white charger, leading the forces of France against the enemy 
upon the bridge at Areola, Nov. 15, 1796. Mezzotint. In colors. 
Large oblong folio. 

This charge against the Austrians was led by Napoleon who had come 
to the assistance of Augereau after that general had been repulsed by the 
enemy a short time previous. 

3633. Napoleon, on horseback, at Austerlitz. Grave par E. Eouargue, with 16 

scenes on sides. Line engraving. Large folio. Darmstadt, n.d. 

3634. Napoleon, " At Austerlitz," in uniform on horseback. INIezzotint in 

colors. Gerard ])inxt., Woolfe sculp. Folio. London, n.d. 

3635. Napoleon, " Napoleon a Austerlitz," on horseback. Woolfe sculp., 

Gerard pinx. Mezzotint. 0})en letters. Small folio. London, n.d. 

3636. Napoleon, " Napoleon a E^dau " on horseback. Lithograph after Gros. 

Small folio. Paris, n.d. 



3637. Xapoleox, on horseliack, plate stating that Xapoleon is equal to " Li- 

curgn?, Cyrus, Alexander, Annibal, Caesar and Charlemagne com- 
bined." Invente et dessine par F. Le Clerc, et grave par M'lle. Des- 
sire...l806. Stipple. Folio. 

3638. Xapoleox, '" Bonaparte, Premier Consul de la Eepublique Fran^aise," 

in uniform, on horseback. Line engraving. In colors. Folio. 

Paris, n.d. 

3639. Xapoleox, " Xapoleon, Premier Empereur des Frangois, Eoi d'ltalie a 

la tete de sa Suite," all on horseback. D. Berger fecit. 1806, Study 
del. Stipple in brown. Folio. 

3640. Xapoleox, on horseback. ^Mezzotint. Unsigned. Small folio (dam- 

aged in places) . Paris, n.d. 

3641. Xapoleox, on horseback, saddle and part of uniform colored. Litho- 

graph. Folio. [Paris, n.d.] 

3642. Xapoleox, on horseback, F. Doneu sculpt. Mezzotint. Folio. Proof 

before inscription. 

3643. Xapoleox, " Xapoleon au Eetour de I'lle d'Elbe," on horseback. Le- 

vachez sculp., Vernet del. Lithograph. In colors. Folio. 



At The American Art Galleries 

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UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Twelfth Session, Numbers 3644 to 3984, Inclusive 

THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 20th, AT 2.30 O'CLOCK 

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3644. Napoleon^ " De vlugt van Napoleon Bonaparte met zyne Adjudanten, 

van het Slagveld Waterloo," on horseback. D. Sluyter sculp., J. 
Kamphuyzen delin. Stipple. Folio. Amsterdam [ca. 1816] 

3645. Napoleon^ in uniform, on horseback. Colored poster issued by the 

Century Magazine, June, 1895, designed by E. Grasset. Folio. 

3646. Napoleon, " Buonaparte, Premier Consul de la Eepublique frangaise 

dans son grand Costume," on horseback. Line engraving. In colors. 
Folio. 

3647. Napoleon, " Souvenirs de Napoleon," containing portrait in uniform, 

on horseback, with 18 compartments of battle scenes. Dessine a la 
plume par L. Kramjj. Lithograph. Open letters on India paper. 
Folio. 

3647a. Napoleon, original pencil drawing of the statue of Napoleon on 
horseback, by Barye. Folio. 

3648. Napoleon, in uniform, no hat. on horseback. Line engraving, unsigned. 

In colors. Folio. 

3649. Napoleon, in uniform, on horseback, receiving Gen. Mack at the sur- 

render of Ulm. French lithograph (slight stains). Folio. 

3650. Napoleon, " Schlacht bei Austerlitz am 2ten December 1805," on horse- 

back. Lithograph, colored by hand. Folio. Berlin, n.d. 

3651. Napoleon, in uniform, on prancing horse, without the walls of a fort, 

soldiers, tent, &c. In colors. Unsigned. Oblong 4to. London, 1815 

3652. Napoleon, " Napoleon Buonaparte in his retreat from Leipsic." Wood 

engraving. 4to. London, (ca.) 1816 

3653. Napoleon, " Bonaparte, Premier Consul," on horseback. Stipple. Un- 

signed. 4to. 



3054. Xa]'OLi-x)x. witli ]\larie Louise about to enter the cathedral for the mar- 

riage ceremony, many other figures near. Line engraving. Un- 
finished proof before all letters, on India paper. 4to. 

3055. Xapoleox, " Xapoleon I franchissant le Sommet du St. Bernard," in 

uniform, on horseback, soldiers in background. Grave par Hopfer, 
d'apres le tableau celebre peint par David. Aquatint in colors. 4to. 

Berlin, 1808 

3056. Napoleon, " Buonaparte's Weltherrsehaft ein Ruckblick in die Vergan- 

genheit," in uniform, on horseback. 4to. 

3057. Xapoleox, " Bonaparte, General en chef de I'Armee Frangoise en 

Italic," on horseback. Line engraving. Unsigned, 4to (margins cut 
away). 

3658. Xapoleox^ on horseback. Lith. v. A. Boehden, Berlin. Tinted. 4to, 

3659. Xapoleox, "Xapoleon en 1815." Lithograph after Horace Vernct. 

India paper, open letters. 4to. 

3060. Xapoleox", on horseback. A. H. Pa3'ne, Charlet del. Line engraving, 
open letters. 4to. 

3661. Xapoleox, in uniform on horseback, litliograph on India paper after a 

pen and ink drawing. 4to. 

3662. Xapoleox, " L'Empereur en Campagnc " on horseback. Lithograph 

after Charlet. 4to. 

3663. Napoleox^^ on horseback. Curious portrait after an unsigned pen and 

ink drawing. 4to. 

3664. Xapoleox, on horseback. Grave d'apres un Croquis de Carle Vernet, 

par X. Schenker. Stipple, folio, margins cut away. 

3665. Xapoleox", " Tlie Flight of Xapoleon from [Leipzig]." Mezzotint, 

folio, margins and portion of inscription cut away. 

3666. Xapoleox^, as First Consul, on horseback, lithogTaph. Unsigned. Open 

letters. Folio. 

3667. Xapoleox, " Ecddition dTIlm le 20 octobre 1805." Xapoleon on horse- 

back receiving General Mack. Grave par Eoemhild. Mezzotint. 4to, 

3668. Xapoleox, in uniform on horseback, in a view of the " Bataille et Pas- 

sage du Tagliamento." Etched plate. Martinet, del. Tajet, sculp. 
Oblong 4to. 

3669. Xapoleox, "Arrive de Xapoleon dans File d'Elbe " [also in German 

and Italian], in uniform, "Code Xapoleon," under right arm, etc. 
Line engraving, unsigned, in colors. 4to. 

3670. Xapoleox, " Ces pigeons-la c'est bien de la viande de careme," contain- 

ing full length portrait, three line description with reference to the 
enemy's camp, etc. ^Mezzotint, colored liy liand (slightly damaged 
in phices). 4to. 



3G71. Napoleox, " Le t^onge dc Napoleon/" containing two full length por- 
traits. Line engraving. In colors. 4 to. 

3673. Napoleon, in uniform, on horseback, plan of battle and spyglass in 
hands. Colored lithograph. C. Ocrcl. Oblong 4to. 

3673. Napoleon", in uniform, on horseback. In colors. 8vo. 

3674. Napoleon, on horseback. Rosmaslar gest. C. Vernet gez. Stipple. 8vo. 

3675. Napoleon, equestrian, in uniform with hat, horse at full gallop, left 

hand holding reins, right extended. Woodcut. Unsigned. In col- 
ors. 8vo. 

3676. Napoleon, on horseback, after Horace Vernet. Two states, both be- 

fore inscription. 8vo. 2 pieces. 

3677. Napoleon, on horseback, in uniform. Line and stipple. Unsigned, 

16mo. 

3678. Napoleon, " Napoleon a la Bataille d'Austerlitz, le 2 Decembre 1805." 

Grave par E. Eoviargue, line engraving; on horseback. T. Dickson 
sculp. Line and stipple. London 1817. 2 pieces. 

3679. Napoleon, on horseback, outline plate. Unsigned; on horseback, line 

engraving. L^nsigned, London 1815, and another, 4to and 8vo. To- 
gether, 3 pieces. 

3680. Napoleon, four different portraits on horseback, after Charlet, David, 

etc. All in colors, either lithographs or woodcuts. 4to and 12mo. 
Together, 4 pieces. 

3681. Napoleon, on horseback, lithograph after Charlet: "Bonaparte at St. 

Helena." London, 1816, and two others, 4to and 8vo. Together, 4 
pieces. 

3682. Napoleon, on horseback. Buccinelli inc.; full length, royal robes; and 

2 others, one on India paper, 4to and 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3683. Napoleon^ various, all on horseback, after David, de Rancy, etc. 8vo. 

Together, 4 pieces. 

3684. Napoleon, on horseback. P. iVdam, sculp. C. Vernet, pinxt. Proof 

on India paper; on horseback, outline plate. Unsigned; on horse- 
back 1810, and another, 4to and 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3685. Napoleon, a series of portraits on horseback, at St. Helena, Mont. St. 

Bernard, etc. 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3686. Napoleon, a series of portraits on horseback, in Russia (after Meis- 

sonier), at Mont. St. Jean, etc. 4to and 12mo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3687. Napoleon, a series of portraits on horseback, from a statue, etc. 4to 

and 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3688. Napoleon, on horseback, woman about to hand him a letter. Mezzo- 

tint (margins cut away); "On ne passe pas," full length; arising 
from the tomb, and another. 4to, etc. Together, 4 pieces. 



3680 NvroLEON, medallion, with explanation; bust in uniform, unsigned ; on 
horseback. Lithograph after Vernet, and 2 others. 8vo. and 12mo. 
Together, 5 pieces. 

3(190. Xapoleox, on horsel)ack (3) ; one after Charlet; and 2 others. All dif- 
ferent. 4to and 8vo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3091 Napoleon, head, full length, &c., in groups, chiefly, with Maria Louisa 
and others, including a full length, colored, in iiniform on horseback. 
Line, lithograph, &'C. Various sizes. (7 pieces). 

309'^ Xapoleox, full length in uniform, wearing hat, hand at breast facing 
left Line engraving. Unsigned. Proof before letters. Also Na- 
poleon's cocked hat, probably executed by the same engraver. 2 pieces. 
The above and following lot are said to be the smallest portraits of 
Napoleon ever engraved, measuring as they do about three-quarters of an 
inch by half an inch, the huts being very slightly larger. 

3093. Napoleon. The companion portrait to the preceding, facing right, also 

another representation of the cocked hat. 2 pieces. 

3094. Xapoleox, miniature bust, in uniform, long hair, no hat, with floral 

oval. Gaetano Zancon inv. et incidit. Line. -Ito. 

3095. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, arms folded, wearing 

cocked hat, tents, etc., in background. Prot sculp., Chasselat dd. 
Stipple. Printed in colors. 8vo. -t^ans, n.a. 

3090. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, hand at ^^east, cocked hat 
near bv,^ also on same sheet full length portrait of Louis XVIIL 13os- 
selman [sculp.]. Stipple. Both printed in colors. 8vo. Pans, n.d. 

3097. Napoleon, curious double portrait, as Napoleon and Hussein Pascha. 
Stipple. Unsigned. In colors. 12mo. 

3698 Napoleon, full length in several miniatures, otlier generals on horse- 
back, 5 small sceSes on 1 sheet. 13mo. Proof before all letters. 

3099 NAPOLEON, miniature full length, in uniform, left hand at breast, 
cocked hat on stool. Bosselnian sc. Stipple. 12mo. 

3700. NAPOLEON, the same, proof before inscription, with full margins. 12mo. 

3701 Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, with other army figures, 

ea^le of France above, crowned, and with laurel branch m beak, &c. 

"Je reprend mon bonnet et je te laisse ta Calotte. Line, in 

colors. 12mo (badly creased). 
3702. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, arms folded in front. 

Line. Proof before all letters. lOmo. 
3703 N\poleon, full length in miniature, uniformed, and seated on chair by 

table, palette, eagle, &c. on ground, 2 angels above, one cro^vnlng 

him with the endless serpent. " Rien qui fut comparable a iui; 

Car il ^ dit, et il a ete." Colored plate. Unsigned. lOmo. 



3704. Napoleon, niiniature full length in uniform and great coat, arms 

folded behind back, standing on shore. Etching. Proof before all 
letters. 16mo. 

3705. Napoleon, the same, another state of the plate. 

3706. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, arms folded, standing on 

a rock. On steel. Proof before letters. 16mo. 

3707. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, standing, with gray coat 

and cocked hat. Stipple. In colors. Wide margins. 16mo. 

3708. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform and great coat, arms be- 

hind back, standing before a fire of logs. Stipple. Proof before all 
letters. 16mo, 

3709. Napoleon, miniature full length on horseback, galloping, right arm 

outstretched. Wash drawing. Unsigned. 16mo. 

3710. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, arms folded in front. 

Line. Proof before all letters. 16mo. 

3711. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, and another (2 on sheet). 

Line. H. Sculp. 16mo. 

3712. Napoleon, miniature full length in great coat, standing under palm 

trees. Etching. Unsigned. 24mo. 

3713. Napoleon, full length miniature as General in Chief [in the field, with 

tents in background]. Unsigned. In colors. 24mo. 

3714. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, arms behind back. Stip- 

ple. Proof before all letters. 24mo. 

3715. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform and great coat standing 

under a c37Dress tree. Grave sur I'acier d'apres H. Walrode. 24mo. 

3716. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, arms folded, in circle. 

Stipple. 32mo. 

3717. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, within a circle, arms 

folded, standing. Stipple. Unsigned. In colors. 32mo, mounted 
to royal Svo. 



BATTLE SCENES, VIEWS OF PLACES CONNECTED WITH THE 
LIFE OF NAPOLEON, &C., THE GREATER NUMBER CONTAIN- 
ING PORTRAITS OF HIM. 

3718. Napoleon. " Napoleon aux Pyramides," containing full length por- 

trait. In colors. Large folio. 

3719. Napoleon. "Napoleon a Essling, 22 Mai, 1909." Scene shortly before 

death of Marshal Lannes. J. B. Thiebault sc. In colors. Large 
folio. 



3720. Napoleon. " Precipitated Flight of the French through Leipsic pur- 

sued by the Allied Armies." 19th of October, 1813. In colors. 
Folio. London, 1815 

3721. Napoleon. " Conveying the French Cannon from the field of battle " 

[Waterloo] on the 2-±th of July, 1815. In colors. Folio. 

London, 1815 

3722. Napoleon, the Battle of jMarengo, representing that period when 

General Desaix, mortally wounded, is expiring in the arms of the 
son of Consul Lebrun and when Bonaparte is reanimating the soldiers 
to return to the charge. Engraved by N. Schiavonetti, after D. 
Pellegrini. Stipple. Large folio. London, 1802 

3723. Napoleon at Eylau, visiting with his generals on the morning of 

the 9th [Feb., 1807]. Alfred Lucas sculpt., Gros. pinx. Large 
folio. 

3724. Napoleon. " Trait de clemence de Napoleon," containing full length 

portraits of Napoleon, in uniform, with hat, also full length figure 
of Princess Hatzfeld who is pleading with Napoleon, who orders her 
to burn the letter which will thus do away with all proof of her 
husband's guilt. Grave par T*** M***, dessine par Bouchet. Mezzo- 
tint. Folio. 

3725. Napoleon, "Napoleon a I'lle d'Elbe," containing full length portrait, 

in uniform, no hat, about to place a floral crown on the head of a 
kneeling woman [the Countess Walewska ?] . Line engraving. Folio. 

3726. Napoleon, in uniform, seated at table, writing, in a part of library. 

[Letter to the King of England relative to the Peace of Europe.] 
Lithograph. M. S. fct. 1833. Folio. 

3727. Napoleon. VIcav of Eosiere in colors. Folio. 1815 

3728. Napoleon. View of Moscow in colors. Folio. 1816 

3729. Napoleon. " Zusammenkunft der Kaiser Napoleon und Alexander 

und des Konigs Friedrich Wilhelm III. zu Tilsit in Pavilion auf 
dem Niemen, an 26 Junius 1807," Getuscht von Jiigel, Gezeichnet 
von Wolft. Stipple in brown. Folio, with small margins, some- 
what stained and small hole in portion of margin. Berlin, n.d. 

3730. Napoleon. " Eepresentation of the Coronation of Napoleon," (con- 

taining portraits of Josephine, Murat, Pius VI. and others). Stip- 
ple. E. Hicks sculpt. Folio, margins cut away. [London, 1804] 

3731. Napoleon, Memoire de la Grande Armee. (Eepresentation of the 

Battles of Napoleon as depicted on the Column in the Place Ven- 
dome.) Lithograph. Large folio. 

3732. Napoleon, Place Vendome (with view of the column). Salathe sc, 

Gavard del. Folio. 

3733. Napoleon, view of the " Colonne de la Grande Armee." Line. Un- 

signed. Folio. Paris, n.d. 



3734. Xapoleon, " Bonaparte a la bataillu (rAreole le 27 Bruuiairc an V." 

three-quarter length in nnifonn, holding standard in left hand, 
sword in right. Grave a Milan par J. Longhi i;!)8, peint par Le- 
Gros. Line engraving. Folio. 

3735. iSTapoleox, " Napoleone a Waterloo/' full length in uniform. Litho- 

graphed in colors. Folio. 

3736. Xapoleon". Yue de la Colonne et de la Place Vendome. Colored litlio- 

graph after Arnout. Folio. 

3737. Xapoleox, " Bivouac d'Austerlitz,"- and another scene | ])roof, no in- 

scription], both containing full length portraits. Lithographs after 
Webert, etc. Folio. 2 ]ueces. 

3738. Xapoleok, receiving Francis IL after the battle of Austerlitz. Line 

engraving. Unsigned. Folio, margins cut away. 

3739. jSTapoleox^ " Visite a St. Denis le 30 Juillet 1830," (containing full 

length portraits of Xapoleon and Louis Philippe). Lith. de Engel- 
niann. 4to. 

3740. Xapoleox, "Trait de Generosite,"' containing full length portrait in 

uniform. Mezzotint. Unsigned, 4to. 

3741. Napoleox II. " Le portrait du due de Eeichstadt." A. Marchi dis., E. 

inc. 1834. Line engraving. 4to. 

3743. NAPOLEO]sr_, " Fete donnee a Bonaparte, au palais National du Direc- 
toire, apres le traite de Formio " [Dec. 9, 1797]. Berthault sculp., 
Garardet del. Line. 4to. 

3743. Kapoleox, " S. M. Le Eoy de Pome a ete baptise le 9 Juiu, 1811," 

etc., containing full length portrait, also of Marie Louise, and many 
others. Line engraving. 4to. 

3744. Napoleox, TAuguste Prince Boi de Eome, ue au Palais des Tuileries, 

le 20 Mars 1811, presente a sa Majeste Xapoleon le Grand." etc. 
4to. 

3745. Napoleox"^ maps of Europe and special sections thereof, with map of 

Egypt. Neele, sculp. In colors. Oblong folio, hinged on linen. 
(12 pieces.) London, 1808 

3746. Napoleox, maps and plans of Campaigns, &c., with several of Corsica, 

Elba, United States and others. Engraved by Tardieu, &c. Various 
sizes. (8 pieces.) Paris, Sec. v.d. 

3747. Napoleox^ "Derniers moments de Xapoleon." ^Mezzotint. 4to. 

3748. Xapoleox^ hats, 8 in all, in three scenic sections. " Les huit epoc^ues 

de Xapoleon, par un peintre d'histoire." Steuben pinxt., Ch. Bou- 
vier sc. Etching. 4to. 

3749. Xapoleox. Entree de Bonaparte premier Consul a Anvers. Etching 

on India paper, after Wandbreq. 4to. 



3750. N.PO..OX, full len^. in -^^-^^^^^ ''" w'^ ^' c^"^ 
[179GJ ;• Aux defenseur. de la Patriu l^me. ^^^ ^ ^^_ 

fecit. Oblong 4to. 

3751 Napoleox, "Bonaparte a Jaffa en Egypte." Grave par Lefevre, peint 

par Gros. Line engraving. 4to. 

3753 NvroLEON, Bivouac Frangais, VeiUe cVAusterlitz. Bauvinet sc, F. 
Gerard pinx. Line engraving. 4to. 

3754. NAPOLEON. Bataille de Waterloo. Engraved by Lalaisse after Young. 
4to. 

3755 N VPOLEON. '^ Napoleons Eeiseabentbeuer," seated m carriage on^s way 
+o Flba weaiiig a Prussian soldier's cap, an Austrian uniloim, etc 
l™d c by a threatening crowd who are demandnig their lost 
;nes. L^scription of 4 lines in German. Li colors. 4to.^^^^^^^^^^ ^_^^_ 

colors. Oblong 4to. 4 pieces. ' 

3757. NAPOLEON, full length in nnifonn, left hand j^ ^^ t°e''in%Ick- 

4 1808 ) Copperplate. Unsigned. In colors. Small 4to. 

3760 NAPOLEON, "La Belle Alliance." View taken on the spot J^^^^^ 5th by 

V W.Uh J C Stadler sculp. London; Ackerinann, 1815 Vue 

t k Ferme de la Belle Alliaiice," drawn 2 days after he batt e of 

. Waterloo Unsigned. Paris, n.d. Both in colors. Oblong 4to. ^ 

3761. Napoleon. " Triumphzug Napoleons in Moscau ^^^'^^^P^^^^^f '^^^ 
F. Namchfielf sc. Line engraving m colois. 4to. .^urnour^, n.u 

3762 Napoleon, "Ah mon pere," Napoleon IL pointing to silhouetted por- 

trait of his father on wall. In colors. 4to. 

3763 N.POLEON. "Alexanders and Napoleons erste Schritte zum allgemeinen 

' Frieden." C. J. Dessier del. et sc. In colors. 4to. 

3764 NAPOLEON, "Napoleon Bonaparte, Bataille d'Arcole gagnee le 25. 
3764. ^APOLEO^_,^ ^^^^ 1^^^^,, ^^^^^, ^^^^ p.^^^.^ ^^^.^^^ ^^^^. ^.^^^_ Mezzotint. 



3765. Napoleon, " Xapoleon blese devant Eatisbonne," full length in uniform. 

wounded in the foot, but about to again mount his horse, officers 
standing near. Line engraving, colored by hand. 4to. 

3766. Napoleon, " Das grosse Schachspiel im Jahr 1813," containing full 

length figure, royal robes. 4 figures surrounding. In colors. 4to. 

3767. Napoleon, "Les adieux de Fontainebleau," full length in uniform, 

surrounded by officers. Mezzotint. 4to. 

3768. Napoleon, " Buonapartes feige Flucht nach der Schlacht von la belle 

Alliance." Line. In colors. 4to. 

3769. Napoleon, "Die Schlacht bei La Belle Alliance, den 18 Juny [June], 

1815. " Spirited view of the battle, showing portion of the figure of 
Napoleon (central background) in imiform with cocked hat; in fore- 
ground, full length figures of Wellington and [probably] Grouchy. 
Line. Unsigned. In colors. 4to. 

3770. Napoleon, " Bonaparte am Kronungstage," full length, royal robes, 

wreath of laurel. F. G. E. nach Isabey. In colors. 8vo. 

3771. Napoleon, " Napoleon, when first Consul, & Madame Josephine in the 

"garden at Malmaison." Drawn and engraved by George Cruikshanlc. 
In colors. 8vo. (Date and imprint cut away.) [From Ireland's 
Life of Napoleon, 1823, etc.] 

3772. Napoleon. "Bataille de Waterloo." Engraved by Lalaisse after Young. 

4to. 

3773. Napoleon, "dementia Napoleonis-Magni," full length, ordering the 

Princess Hatzfeldt to burn the letter. Desmoulins, sculp. Barrois 
del. Line. 8vo. 

3774. Napoleon, full length, seated under a tree in school yard, scholars and 

building in background. " Der junge Bonaparte dichtet eine Fabel." 
In colors. 16mo. (Stained.) 

3775. Napoleon, in eight scenes entitled "Democracy; or a Sketch of the 

Life of Buonaparte." Each scene 12mo. 4 on sheet. Unsigned, but 
in the manner of Gillray. Line. Folio. (Portions of 2 plates 
somewhat damaged.) 2 pieces. [London, n.d.] 

3776. Napoleon, "Passage du Pont d'Arcole." "Eeddition d'Ulm le 20 

Octobre 1805." Mezzotints. 4to. 2 pieces. 

3777. Napoleon. "Passage de Mineio." Lithograph after Gudin. also another 

view of one of Napoleon's battles (unnamed). Lithograph after 
Decampf. Folio. 2 pieces. 

3778. Napoleon, " L'Indicateur General, 1833," containing 12 full length 

portraits of Napoleon, from the age of 11 years Avhen he com- 
manded the snowball fight at Brienne, to St. Helena. Large folio. 

3779. Napoleon, another copy, repaired. 



3780. Napoleox, " Coronation of Napoleon," two different scenes in colors. 

4to. (2 pieces.) 

3781. Napoleon, " Siege de Toulon," and another scene [the latter proof 

without inscription], both of which contain full length portraits, 
one mounted, one standing. Lithographs, after Grenier. Folio. 
2 pieces. 

3782. Napoleon, three different representations of the Statue of Napoleon 

in the Place Yendome, 2 merely the figure, the other showing full 
view of the statue. 4to and 8vo. Together, 3 pieces. 

3783. Napoleon, " Enfance de Napoleon" [at Brienne]. Lithograph after 

Vernet, also " Entrevue de Napoleon et de Frangois II apres la 
bataille d'Austerlitz," after Gros, and meeting with Francis II. [The 
last 2 from the folio, Versailles Gallery.] Together, 3 pieces. 

378-i. Napoleon, " Les adieus de I'Empereur a son armee a Fontainebleau, le 
20 Avril, 1814;" " Adieux de Fontainebleau le 20 Avril, 1814." 
Guadagnini dis. e inc. 1832, and a different plate of same. 4to. 
Together, 3 pieces. 

3785. Napoleon, Mount St. Bernard, P6 River, Bridge of Lodi. Dessine 

par Carle Yernet. Oblong folio. Together, 3 pieces. 

3786. Napoleon, "Bivouac de S. M. I'Empereur, le ler Mars 1815." Grave 

par Levachez ; and 2 others, one containing full length portrait. 4to. 
Mezzotint. Together, 3 pieces. 

3787. Napoleon, "Descente du Mont S. Bernard." Grave par Jourdan, 

peint par le Jeune. Line engraving. Small folio, and 2 others. 
Together, 3 pieces. 

3788. Napoleon, " Passage du Mont Saint-Bernard," " Depart de 1' Armee 

d'Orient pour I'Egypte," and 2 others. Line engravings, etc. 4to 
and 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3789. Napoleon, "Bapteme du Prince Louis Napoleon;" " Acte de Renon- 

ciation " and 2 others. Together, 4 pieces. 4to and 8vo. 

3790. Napoleon, "Trait de Bonte de I'Empereur," full length in uniform; 

tomb of Napoleon and symbolical bouquet on one sheet. Proof be- 
fore all letters and another (in colors). 4to and 12mo. Together, 4 
pieces. 

3791. Napoleon, Aboukir, Pyramids, Sierra-Morena (where Dupont was de- 

feated by the Spaniards). 4to, one in colors. Together, 4 pieces. 

3792. Napoleon, "The Grand Yizier's Tent." Colored. 1823. 4to; Clem- 

ence de Napoleon." Mezzotint. Unsigned. 4to ; " Pursuit of the 
French through Leipsic." Colored. 1816. Oblong. 4to; "With the 
[Mamelukes] at Jaffa." Etched plate. (Remarque) Quervedo, 1821. 
4to. 4 pieces. 



3793. Napoleon, three " Vues de Paris." Champs de Mars, Luxembourg, 

and Palais Koyal. Unsigned. In colors. Paris, n.d. 4to; " Walls of 
the Kremlin.""^ London, 1813. In colors. Unsigned. 4to. 4 pieces. 

3794. Napoleon, " Convoi de Napoleon a Tile Ste. Helene Mai 1821" [in- 

cluding many outline portraits] ; unnamed scene, field of battle. 
Napoleon seated in chair; Illustration of the favorite chair used by 
Napoleon when at St. Helena. Folio. Lithograph, etc. Together, 
4 pieces. 

3795. Napoleon, view or the column in the Place Vendome, full length fig- 

ures; Monument at Verona, full length figure, and 2 others, both on 
horseback, one on India paper. 4to and 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3796. Napoleon, " Buonaparte pardonnant aux Eevoltes du Caire " ; " Tentato 

assassinio di Napoleone "; and two others. 4to and 8vo. Together, 4 
pieces. 

3797. Napoleon. ''En Prusse." (Family scene). Mezzotint. Unsigned. 

Paris, n.d. Oblong 4to ; " Passage de la Bidassoa." Unsigned. Paris, 
n.d., 4to; " Der sechzehnte und achtzelmte Juny 1815." 9 scenes on 
etched plate. P. C. Geissler. J. Serz. 4to; With Josephine a-t' Milan 
giving jewels to a maiden. Lithograph. Unsigned. Paris, n.d. Ob- 
long 4to. (4 pieces). 

3798. Napoleon. "• Traite de Campo-Formio." Etching. Cabasson, del. 

Joanny, sc. Etching. 12mo; with young woman in the forest. 
" Sire, j'aime Pierre." Lithograph. Lecomte. Oblong 4to ; " Aimez- 
vous le chocolate M. le Due?" (At Dantzig). Mezzotint. Un- 
signed. Paris, n.d. Oblong 4to; Pulling the moustache of a soldier. 
Mezzotint. Proof before letters. Oblong small 4to. (4 pieces). 

3799. Napoleon. Four plates, each with 6 scenes and 2 portraits, represent- 

ing battles, Egyptian views, &c. Lithographs. Par V. Adam. Folio. 
4 pieces. 

3800. Napoleon. "Bonaparte's winter xA.musements at the Military school"; 

" L'Empereur dans son Cabinet aux Tuileries," and 2 others. 4to and 
8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3801. Napoleon, " Aeul'serste Euhrung des Kaiser's Napoleon heim Anblicke 

des Marschall's Lannes." Lithograph. Also 2 outline plates (1) 
"Napoleon and his generals," (2) "Napoleon at Osterode." Also 
Napoleon's mother from the statue by Canova. 4to. Together, 4 
pieces. 

3802. Napoleon, "Journees des 13 et 10 Brumaire an VIII."; "Seance du 

Corps Legislatif a I'Orangerie de St. Cloud, apparition de Bonaparte," 
etc.; and 2 others, one unfinished proof before all letters. 4to and 
8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3803. Napoleon, "Bonaparte au Conseil des Cinq Cents" (in two states); 

" Bonaparte au ]\Iont Sinai " ; and another. 4to and 8vo. Together, 
4 pieces. 



3804. Napoleon, "At the Field of May." Line. G. ^l. Brighty. del. J. N. 

Neaglcm sc. (1816). 8vo; " i\rorning of the 18th Brumaire." Painted 
by Seliopin. Engraved l)y Sartain. New York, 1851. 4to; " Entree a 
Berlin." Etching. Unsigned. Paris, n.d. 12mo; " Les Adieux." Wood- 
cut. India paper. 8vo. (4 pieces.) 

3805. Napoleon, four plates, each with a centre and surrounding ovals rep- 

resenting scenes in his life. (2) Grave par E. Wibaille. (2) Un- 
signed. Mezzotints. Oblong 8vo. (4 pieces.) 

3806. Napoleon, [At Grenoble]. "Si quelqu'un veut tuer son Empereur il 

le pent, le void." Lithograph. Bruxelles, n.d. Oblong 4to ; " Canal 
du Saint Quentin." Etching. E. C'harpentier, del. J. de Mare, sc. 
Paris, n.d. 4to ; " Napoleon and the young soldier." " Oui, je suis 
Frangais." Lithograph. Oblong 4to'; "A Tilsitt." Philippoteaux, 
del. Eebel, sc. 12mo. (4 pieces.) 

3807. Napoleon, Vue du Port et de la Eade de Boulogne, Embarquement des 

Anglais en Hollande, Fete de Virgile a Mantoue, Mort du Prince 
Loiiis de Prusse. Couche sculpt. Baugean del., etc. Oblong folio. 

Together, 4 pieces. 
• 

3808. Napoleon, On Board the Northumberland; Abdication of Napoleon; 

Interview between the two Emperors; Siege of Dantzick. Pigeot 
sculp. Couche fils, del., etc. Oblong folio. Together, 4 pieces. 

3809. Napoleon, Dresden (2 different) (both containing portraits of Na- 

poleon, one of Moreau, lying mortally wounded.) P. LeGrand sc, 
Tessaert del. ^Mezzotints'; and 3 others. 4to. Together, 5 pieces. 

3810. Napoleon receiving the keys of the city of Vienna. Nov. 13, 1805; 

Meeting of Napoleon and Francis II. after Austerlitz (2 copies) [all 
from the Versailles Gallery] ; lithograph of the first named, and an- 
other lithograph. All containing portraits of Napoleon. Folio. To- 
gether, 5 pieces. 

3811. Napoleon. Mantua, Eevolt at Cairo, Corunna, 2 views (one in colors 

after W. Heath), and another. 4to and 8vo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3812. Napoleon, Montenotte, Eetreat of the French from Leipzig. Aquatint 

in colors after Atkinson, and 3 others. 4to and Svo. Together, 5 
pieces. 

3813. Napoleon, Leipsic (Aquatint in colors after W. Heath), London, 1815; 

German engraving of the same engagement, Montereau and 3 others. 
4to and 8vo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3814. Napoleon, Malmaison. On steel. Bourgeois, del. Perdoux, sculp. 

Oblong 4to; Chateau d'Hougoumont. Lithograph. Bruxelles, n.d. 
4to ; " Ferme de la Haye-Sainte, Ht. St. Jean." Lithograph. Brux- 
elles. 4to ; Palais Eoyal de Laeken. Lithograph in colors. Bruxelles, 
n.d. 4to ; Ansicht von Malmaison bey Paris. Ermer, sc. In colors. 
4to. (5 pieces.) 

3815. Napoleon, On the Bellerophon: Views of his Surrender, &e. Line, &c. 

Various sizes. (5 pieces.) London, &c. v.d. 



3816. Napoleon, "Entrance of tlie Allies into Paris." Warren, sc. 4to; 

"Visite ail tonibeau du Grand Frederic." Mezzotint. Unsigned. 
4to ; "At Brienne." Half tone. 8vo ; " Maison de Kopernik a 
Thorn." Etching. T. Mielcarzewicz, del. Adam Piliuski, sc. 
Small 4to ; " At Jaffa." Etching. Gros, pinxt. Lefevre, sc. India 
paper. Paris, n.d. 4to. (5 pieces.) 

3817. Xapoleok, "Am Grabe Friedrichs des Grossen." Line. Unsigned. 

Oblong 4to ; " On n'passe pas." Mezzotint. Unsigned. Paris, n.d. 
Oblong 4to; "Napoleon and the Italian soldier." Carriere. Litho- 
graph. [Paris, n.d.] Folio ; " Clemence de Napoleon." ]\Iezzotint. 
Unsigned. Paris, n.d. 4to; "Visitant les Orphelines." Mezzotint. 
Unsigned. Paris, n.d. 4to. (5 pieces.) 

3818. Napoleox, "With the Princess e de L***." Lithograph. Lecomte. 

Paris, n.d. Oblong 4to " Apres vous, Sire." Mezzotint. Un- 
signed. Paris, n.d. 4to ; " Pardon. Excuse, Sire." Mezzotint. Un- 
signed. Paris, n.d. 4to; Music Title Page. Lithograph. E. Eey. 
Oblong 4to; "A Schoenbraun." Lith. de Eatier. Folio. (5 pieces.) 

3819. Napoleox, " At Louisbourg." Peint par Watelet. Grave par L. Pan- 

nier. Folio ; " Confiant I'Imperatrice & le Eoi de Eome a la Garde 
Nationale." De Morlaine, del. P. Girardet, sculp. Oblong 12mo; 
" Napoleon and the soldier Lambert." Lithograph. Paris, n.d. 
Oblong 4to ; "Tafereelan van de Staatsomwentelinw- in Frankrijk." 
Line. W. De Gier, sc. Te Zaltbommel, 1827. 8vo : "Pardon, Ex- 
cuse, Sire." Oblong 4to. (.5 pieces.) 

3830. Napoleox, Marengo, Pavia. Ulm, Moscow. Dessine par Carle Vernet, 
etc. Oblong folio. Together, 5 pieces. 

3821. Napoleox, " Napoleon Surpris par des Cosaques," Wagram, 4 different, 

one German. Wunder inv. et sc. ; another. Mezzotint, etc. Together, 
6 pieces. 4to. 

3822. Napoleox, Waterloo, 4 different, one in colors, after Heath. 4to. 4 

piec-es. 

3823. Napoleox. AVaterloo, 6 different (including colored map). 4to and 8vo. 

Together, 6 pieces. 

3824. Napoleox, Waterloo. Leblanc sc. Tessaert del. Mezzotint ; and 3 

others. 4to and 8to. Together, 4 pieces. 

3825. Napoleox, Elba: "Depart de Hie d'Elbe." Goubard-Blanchard. (2 

copies) ; Porto Ferrajo. &:c. Line, &c. 4to. (6 pieces.) 

Paris & London, v.d. 

3826. Napoleox, Montebello, Eoveredo, Friedland, Leipsic, Heliopolis, Ho- 

henlinden. Dessine par Carle Vernet, etc. Oblong folio. Together, 
6 pieces. 

3827. Napoleox, St. George, Tagliamento, La Favorite, Eatisbonne, Mont- 

Thabor, jMillesimo. Dessine par Carle Vernet. etc. Oblong folio. 
Together, 6 pieces. 



3828. Napoleox, Talavera, Waterloo (in colors), Montniirail (in colors), and 

3 others. 4to. Together, 6 pieces. 

3829. Xapoleox, Brienue (in colors), Friedland (2 different), Montereau, 

and 3 others. Mezzotint, etc. 4to. Together, 6 pieces. 

3830. Xapoleon, Longwood, St. Helena, 1815; "Retour de Bonaparte, 1815"; 

"Entry of the Allied Sovereigns into Paris; 1814." In colors; La 
Belle Alliance (2 views) ; Escape from Elba. Line, lithograph, &c. 
Various sizes. (6 pieces.) London, &c., v.d. 

3831. Napoleox, Preussich-Eylau, Pyramids, Austerlitz, Madrid, Liitzen, 

Dresden. Bovinet sculp., Swebach del., etc. Oblong folio. To- 
gether, 6 pieces. 

3832. Xapoleon, Eivoli, Oceana, Abensberg, Mondovi, C'astiglione, Jena. 

Dessine par Carle Vemet, etc. Oblong folio. Together, 6 pieces. 

3833. Napoleon, Mont-Saint-Jean, Wagram, Moskowa. Areola, Cairo, Al:)ou- 

kir. Bovinet sculpt. Couche tils, etc. Oblong folio. Together, 6 
pieces. 

383-1. Xapoleox, Liitzen, Zurich, Aboukir, Areola (3 different) and 2 others. 
4to and 8vo. Together, 6 pieces. 

3835. Xapoleox, " Princess Hatzfeldt pleading for her husband ; Xapoleon at 

Bologne, and scene in Egypt. 8vo. Each in two states. Together, 
6 pieces. The above and seven following lots are all on India paper, 
in from two to five states. 

3836. Napoleox, Episode de la campagne de 1814 (3 states) ; Napoleon and 

one of his generals, map of Egypt in front of them (2 states) ; and 
two other scenes. 8vo. Together, 7 pieces. 

3837. Napoleox, The surrender of Mantua (4 states) ; at St. Helena (2 

states) ; Napoleon and the Duchess of Weimar (2 states). 8vo. To- 
gether, 8 pieces. 

3838. Napoleox. Le General Bonaparte et Eugene Beauharnais (2 states) ; 

Napoleon standing outside hut before burning logs (5 states). 8vo. 
Together, 7 pieces. 

3839. Napoleon, Napoleon et le roi de Saxe (3 states), and three other scenes, 

all unnamed, each in two states. 8vo. Together, 9 pieces. 

3840. Napoleox, A series of unnamed scenes uniform with the five preceding 

lots. Each in two states. Together, 8 pieces. 

3841. Napoleox, Another collection similar to preceding lot. Together, 8 

pieces. 

3842. Napoleon, A similar collection (one series in three states). Together, 

11 pieces. 

3843. Napoleon, Austerlitz, 11 different. Mezzotint (6), etc. 4to. Together, 

11 pieces. 



3844. TsT.vPOi.EON, ]\[aivngo (2 different), Eyelaii (proof before inscription), 

London, 1823, and 4 others. 4to. To^^etlier, 7 pieces. 

3845. Xapoleox, Three houses of Bonaparte, Ajaccio, Elbe, Paris. 18 Bru- 

niairc. Lithocjraphs. IJeguier. del. Chanipin, lith. India paper. 
4to; St. Peters and the Vatican. Etching, H. Abbot, del. J. B. 
Xeagle, se. 4to; St. Marks. On steel. A. Canaletti, pinxt. J. B. 
Allen, sculpt. India paper. London and Manchester. Oblong 4to; 
Piazza del Quirinale. Lithograph. Rome, 1831 ; Milan Cathedral. 
Sam. Prout. W. Wallis. London and Paris, 1844. 8vo. (7 pieces.) 

3846. Napoleox, " Gal'rie Hist'que. de Versailles." Eight plates of a Series 

issued hy the " Diagraphe et Pantographe-Gavard." Engraved by 
Delannoy. Cholet, Chavanc, &c., after paintings by Roehn, Ponce 
Gamus, ifongin, &c., and designs by L, ^lassard, and others. 4to. 
(8 pieces.) [Paris, n.d.] 

3847. Napoleok, crossing the Alps, 7 different. Lithograph, etc. 4to and 8yo. 

Together, 7 pieces. 

3848. Napoleox, a different series. Together. 8 pieces. 4to and 8vo. 

3849. Xapoleox, " Mariage de I'Empereur," "Entree de I'Empereur;" and 

11 others, all containing portraits (plates from an illustrated book). 
Svo. Together, 113 pieces. 

3850. Xapoleox, a somewhat similar series, although different from the pre- 

ceding. Proofs before inscription in bistre, 8vo. 9 pieces. 



AT ST. HELEXA. DEATH SCEXES, ETC. 

3851. Xapoleox, Death of Xapoleon (together with portraits of Las Cases, 

and others). Lithograph in colors. Folio (poor copy, soiled ancl 
varnished). 

3852. Napoleox, The Tomb of Xapoleon. T. Sutherland sculpt. Capt. Mar- 

ryat, E. X. delt. Mezzotint. Folio. Open letters. London, 1821 

3853. Xapoleon, " Musing at St. Helena,'" full length in imiform, on cliff at 

St. Helena, looking seaward, arms folded. Mezzotint. B. E. Haydon 
pinx. J. E. Coombs, sculp. From the original picture. Folio 
(foxed). London & Paris, 1830 

3854. Xapoleon, on his Austerlitz camp bed, taken by Capt. Marryat 14 

hours after his decease. Lithograph. Folio. London, 1821 

3855. Xapoleon^ another copy of the preceding, has been folded. 

385G. Xapoleon, full length, standing on rock at St. Helena, British sentry- 
near by, sea in distance. Janet Lange d'apres un croqtiis de Bastin. 
Tinted lithograph. Folio. 



.3857. Napoleon, "Napoleon a Ste. Helene. II dicte au jeime Lascases les 
notes qui doivent servir a rediger ses Memoires," full length in uni- 
form, seated, Las Cases also seated, at table, pen in hand, sentry on 
rock in background. P. Baquoy sculp. Chasselat del. Line engrav- 
ing. Open letters. Folio. 

3858. Napoleon, Death of Napoleon, surrounded by officers. Lithograph. 

Unsigned. Folio. 

3859. Napoleon, "Napoleon a Ste. Helene," full length, seated, head resting 

on left hand, newspaper near by, sea in background. S. W. Eey- 
nolds sculpt. H. Vernet pinxt. Mezzotint. Open letters. Small 
folio. Paris, n.d. 

The reproduction in Sloane's Life of Napoleon was made from this 
engraving. 

3860. Napoleon, full length in uniform on cliff, arms folded, one hand under 

chin. (St. Helena). Line. Dessine et grave par Delaistre. Small 
folio. 

3861. Napoleon, "Napoleon ut in morte recumbit," with view of the grave. 

H. Meyer, sculpt. W. Eubidge, pinxt. Open letter proof on India 
paper. 4to. London, n.d. 

3862. Napoleon. "Napoleon auf St. Helena," full length in uniform, together 

with full lengths of others. Line engraving. In colors. 4to. 

Nurnberg, n.d. 

3863. Napoleon, " Napoleon ut in morte recumbit," in uniform, wearing hat, 

also view of the tomb. H. Meyer sculp. W. Eubidge pinxt. Stipple. 
4to. London, n.d. 

3864. Napoleon, a I'lle S. Helene donnat des legons de dessin a la petite 

Julie. Full length in imiform, standing in room with window open 
towards the sea. Mezzotint. Unsigned. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

3865. Napoleon, "' Mort de Napoleon." Grave par Tajet, peint par H. Vernet. 

Line engraving, 4to. 

3866. Napoleon, full length in uniform, on shipboard, arms folded across 

breast. " Buonaparte captif des Anglois." ]\Iezzotint. Coeure del., 
Jazet sculp. 4to. Londres, n.d. 

3867. Napoleon, full length at St. Helena, seated on moss-covered rock, with 

Montholon and other generals near him, and dictating his memoirs, 
&c. Line. Stahlstich von F. Eandel. Oblong 4to. 

3868. Napoleon, in death, full length vipon a bed, in uniform, robe of purple 

spread over portion of figure, hangings, crucifix, &c. Hand colored 
drawing. Unsigned. 4to. 

3869. Napoleon, full length, recumbent posture, in uniform, gold cross on 

breast, with sheet over him, &c. "Bonaparte lying in state on his 
camp bed." Taken on the spot l)y a private gentleman. In colors. 
Small 4to. (Somewhat stained.) 



3870. Napoleon, full length in uniform on quay, ships near, officers sur- 

rounding him, &c. "Napoleon's Abfiihrung nach England. 1815." 
Line, Unsigned, In colors. 4to. 

3871. Napoleon, "Tombeau de Napoleon," outline faces of Napoleon, Jo- 

sephine, Napoleon the 2nd, and others in the tree which overshadows 
the tomb. .Grave par H. Marks. Line engraving, 8vo. 

3872. Napoleon, " The Shade of Napoleon," silhouetted full length in uni- 

form, cocked hat [at St. Helena]. Drawn and engraved by J. Brace 
from a portrait by Vernet. 8vo. London, n.d. 

3873. Napoleon, lithographs of a death mask, 2 different. Unsigned, 4to. 

Proof before inscription and letters. 

3874. Napoleon, "Napoleon dying." Stipple by T. Gimbrede, 4to. 

3875. Napoleon, different impression of the preceding, in oval, surrounded by 

stars, representing his battles. Stipple, Unsigned. Proof before all 
letters. 4to. (Spotted.) 

3876. Napoleon, "Death of Napoleon," lithograph after Giscare. 8vo. 

[London, n.d.] 

3877. Napoleon [at St. Helena], full length, no hat, hands in pockets. Cro- 

quis d'apres nature. Dessine le 6 Mars 1821, 8vo. 

The reproduction in Sloane's Life of Napoleon was made from this 
engraving. 

3878. Napoleon, full length, standing, in cutaway coat, knee-breeches, low 

shoes, hat, hands in pockets, facing left. Line. Proof before all let- 
ters of this well-known portrait, said to have been taken from life at 
St. Helena. 8vo. 

3879. Napoleon, lithograi^h of the death mask taken at St. Helena by order 

of General Bertrand. F. Pistrucci sc. 8vo. 

3880. Napoleon, full length at St. Helena, long-tailed coat and cocked hat, 

hands in pocket. China paper. Proof before letters. 12mo. 

3881. Napoleon, "' Tomb of Bonaparte." [St. Helena.] Drawn on the spot 

by a gentleman. Engraved by J. C. Canton. In colors. Oblong 
12mo. London; T. Kelly, 1821 

3882. Napoleon, St. Helena, full length in cutaway coat, knee-breeches, low 

shoes, and hat, buildings and sea in background. " L'Homme de Ste, 
Helene." D'apres le CI. Gourgaud. Lith de Langlume. In colors. 
12mo, 

" Par d'etonnans revers le sort veut que j'expie 
Les , . . succes qui signalent ma vie, &c." 

3883. Napoleon, Janus-faced full length figure, arms folded, outlined in the 

trunk of a tree upon his island-prison. Water color. "Natural curi- 
osity at St, Helena," Unsigned. 12mo. 

3884. Napoleon, at St. Helena. Engraved by R. B. Peake, sketch taken on the 

island. In colors. 12mo. London, n.d. 



3885. Napoleon, view of Bonaparte's House, St. Helena, with several figures 

of soldiers in foreground. Line. By Canton after a drawing taken 
on the spot by a private gentleman. In colors. Oblong 12mo. 

3886. Xapoleon, "line fete de Napoleon a St. Helene'' (presenting Napoleon 

with a portrait of his son) ; lying in state. Mezzotints. 2 pieces. 
4to. 

3887. Napoleon, lying in state. Mezzotint and 2 lithographs, both contain- 

ing full length portraits. 4to. Together, 3 pieces. 

3888. Napoleox, " Napoleon Meditant a Ste. Helene," full length. C. Duval 

sculpt. B. R. Haydon, pinx. Mezzotint (margins cut away, creased 
and hand-colored) ; In death. Stipple. Proof before all letters; and 
another, also in colors, 8vo and 12mo. Together, 3 pieces. 

3889. Napoleon. " Shade of Napoleon visiting tomb"; "View of Longwood 

from Balcomli's cottage." In colors (margins cut away). London, 
1834; another view of Longwood, uncolored, and a plan. 8vo. To- 
gether, 4 pieces. 

3890. Napoleon, four different representations of his lying in state, after Pur- 

cell, Marryat, and others. 4to and 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3891. Napoleon, four different representations of his lying in state, after Fen- 

ner, Ibbetson, and others. 4to and 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3892. Napoleon, in death, 2 scenes, and 2 busts in uniform. Lithograph 

and stipple. 4to and 12mo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3893. Napoleon, at St. Helena in the second year of his final illness; full 

length in uniform. A. Bruckner sculp.; and 2 others. 8vo. Together, 
4 pieces, 

3894. Napoleon, in death, 2 different scenes; '^ Napoleon's last sigh," London, 

1838 ; " The room in which Buonaparte died," after Major J. Luard. 
Lithograph. India paper. 4to. Together, 4 pieces. 

3895. Napoleon, full length in uniform, touched up with gilt; "Napoleon a 

Ste. Helene," full length, various views on margins. F. Dellahoy sc. 
(2 states, 1 India paper; and 2 others. 8vo, etc. Together, 5 pieces. 

3896. Napoleon, in exile. Lithograph! London, n.d. ; "Der Kaiser Napo- 

leon," full length, and 3 others. 8vo and 12mo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3897. Napoleon, from a death mask. India paper; after the drawing by 

Eubidge ; and 3 others. 4to and 8vo. Together, 5 pieces. 

3898. Napoleon, on rock at St. Helena, after Delaroche ; full length in uni- 

form. Vallot sc, David pinxt., and 4 others. 4to and 8vo. Together, 
6 pieces. 

3899. Napoleon, six different full length, on rock at St. Helena (India 

paper) ; at ]\[almaison, and 4 others. One colored lithograph. 8vo 
and 12mo. Together, 6 pieces. 



ALLEGORICAL PORTRAITS. 

3900. Napoleon, bust in uniform, face composed of nude figures, eagle as 

hat, etc. In colors. With inscription beneath, "Napoleon the First, 
and Last, by the Wrath of Heaven Emperor of the Jacobins, Pro- 
tector of the Confederation of Rogues," etc. "This Hieroglypliic 
portrait of the Destroyer is faithfully copied from a German ])rint, 
with the Parody of his assumed titles," etc. Folio. 

London, Ackermann 

3901. Napoleon, allegorical, full length, standing on clouds, left leg raised, 

holding trophies in left hand, swords in right, whicli Alexander and 
Caesar are about to receive. Beneath, kneel his son and a number 
of officers bewailing his death. Line. Ger. . . inv. Barley sc. India 
paper. Folio. New York; Theriot, n.d. 

3902. Napoleon, allegorical, in nniform, receiving his son in the clouds, 

son in Austrian regimentals, eagle near by, sword and crown drop- 
ping to earth. " La Reunion. Oh, mon fils, devais-tu sitot m'etre 
rendu?" Tasserl. Delarnelle, del. Lithograph. Folio. 

Paris, n.d. 

3903. Napoleon. Another copy, same design, but with inscription in Eng- 

lish. Tasserl. Tinted lithograph. Folio. London, 1832 

3904. Napoleon. Another copy, similar design. " lis sont reunis, &c." 

Unsigned. Paris, n.d. 

3905. Napoleon. Another copy, similar design, with additional figures of 

generals. Herald of Peace, &c. Unsigned. Mezzotint. 4to. 

3906. Napoleon. Another copy, similar design, with long description in 

French, with figures of Poniatowski, Prince Eugene, &c. Mezzotint. 
4to. Paris, n.d. 

3907. Napoleon, allegorical, full length in uniform, recumbent and asleep 

upon a pile of skulls and bones, with right arm outstretched towards 
a cloud in which the Due d'Enghien appears in full armor. "Le 
Songe . . . il est un Dieu vengeur." Copperplate. Unsigned. Folio. 

3908. Napoleon, allegorical, full length, Consular coat, standing between fig- 

ures of Victory and Peace, Diogenes emerging from a barrel on 
right, &c. " Diogene eteignant sa lanterne." Godar invenit. Mo- 
rette sculpsit. Mezzotint. Folio. 

3909. Napoleon, allegorical, full length in uniform, standing and considering 

the plan of a fortress, with the Emperors Trajan, Titus, and Marcus 
Aurelius, and the goddesses Themis and Minerva. "Napoleon en 
meditation sur Part de la Guerre." Godar invent. Morette sculjDsit. 
Mezzotint. Folio. Paris, &c., n.d. 

3910. Napoleon, allegorical, full length, wearing wreath of laurel, carrying 

laurel and sword, rising from the tomb, exclaiming : " Je desire que 
mes Cendres reposent sur les bords de la Seine, au milieu de ce 
Peuple Frangais que j'ai tant aime." Grave par Jazet, peint par 
Horace Vernet. Mezzotint. Folio. Paris, n.d. 



3911 Napoleon, allegorical, three-quarter length in embroidered uniform, 
tandmg behind a pedestal, various kings and ecclesiastics surround- 
nt him with their arms outstretched, their hands about to be clasped 
in^nivorsal brotherhood, Herald of Peace in the clouds, figures of 
Arts and Sciences returning, and the forms of Anarchy and War be- 
it. driven from the scene. Mezzotint. Unsigned Margins cut 
close. Oblono- folio. (Vertical crease across centre.) 

3912 Napoleon, full length in uniform, in clouds, many figures surrounding 
■ him. Stipple. 4to. Bruxelles, 1825 

3913 NvpoLEON, allegorical, full length in uniform, refusing the olive branch 

'tended him by Peace, and rushing after Ambition m chariot with 
horses On left, a scene of Peace in France; on right, view ot the 
Russian steppes, corpses strewn thereon, &c. Inscription under- 
neath. Maleuvre del et sculp. In colors. Oblong 4to. 

Pans, n.d. 

3914. Napoleon, " Der allgemeine Weltfriede, geschlossen in Jahr 1814." 
In colors. 4to. 

3915 Napoleon, allegorical, full length, ermine robes, arising from throne in 

the clouds and welcoming his son in ^"^^^ o"^^' /^^^^.^ /™^'' 
trophies, officers and soldiers surrounding him, &c. Napoleon 
recoit son fils au temple de la gloire." Unsigned Mezzotint m 
colors. 4to. (8 lines of verse beneath.) Pans, &c., n.d. 

3916 Napoleon, " Le culte catholique rendu an Peuple Frangais par le ler 

■ Consul Bonaparte," etc., full length, accompanied by the angels of 
Victory and Faith. In colors. 4to. 

3917 Napoleon, full length in uniform before a gambling-table risking his 

all upon Fate, the figure of Destiny, blindfolded, throwing dice. 
Death, the croupier, saying "I have won," and raking m the stakes^ 
Line. Unsigned. 4to. 

3918 Napoleon, face, with several others, outlined in a bunch of violets in 

pot. "Rathselhafte Veilchen." Wash drawing. Unsigned. 4to. 

3919. Napoleon, the same. Mezzotint. 

3920. Napoleon, the same. Lithograph.. L. Stettenheim in Hamburg. 
3qn NAPOLEON, allegorical, full length in uniform, seated among the clouds 

on a gr^up of flags, palms, &c., holding on one knee the "Code Na- 
poleon," with figSre of Time about to crown him. "La gloire et le 
&.nie du grand\omme." Four lines of ^^^^^ ^^^J^:^^ 
Unsigned. 4to. j-a. , 

392'^ Napoleon, allegorical, full length in uniform, with great cloak, being 
conducted bf the goddess Victory to Olympus, where Jupiter and 
Mars are bidding him welcome to the Pantheon of ImniortalU . La 
Gloire le conduit a I'Immortalite." 12 lines of verse beneath. Te.- 
saert del. Poemhild sc. :iIezzotint. 4to. 



3923. Napoleon, allegorical, in uniform, seated on rock marked St. Helena, 

with his left hand on ma]) of France, and views of himself in Egypt, 
and on horseback ascending the Alps. Designed by J. Sainsbury. 
DrawTi by Jacques. 6 lines of English verse beneath. 4to. 

3924. Napoleon, allegorical, half length, in armor and robe, long hair, 

standing in a Quadriga drawn by two lions (^n which are seated 
two winged-cupids, generals following mounted on horses, bulls, &c., 
sea and ships near by, the city of Venice ( ?) in distance. With long 
Latin inscription. Line. Ignatius Colombo, inventor et Sculptor, 
Venice, n.d. Copperplate. Oblong 4to. 

3925. Napoleon, plate in 2 sections; (left) oval bust in Directory coat, sur- 

mounted by a radiated star, underneath, an eagle, wings outspread, 
lightning flashes in talons and holding in beak a laurel brancli, with 
section of the world and sentence, "Pax in ore manu que fulmen;" 
(right) 15 lines, commencing *' Honnour a I'armee d'ltalie ; Gloire et 
Reconnoissance au Heros, &c.," with victor-wreaths top and bot- 
tom, fasces on sides. Unsigned. 4to. 

3926. Napoleon, head in clouds. Lithograph. Proof before inscription. 4to. 

o927. Napoleon, allegorical, full length in clouds in uniform appearing to 
jVTarie Louise who reclines on couch, the young king of Eome asleep 
on her knee, eagle near by with crown in beak which it holds aloft over 
the youth, &c. "Songe." Unsigned. Line and stipple, 4to. 
(Portion of lower margin clipped.) 

3928. Napoleon, another copy, treated in a similar manner, with variations 

in figures, &c. Mezzotint. Unsigned. 4to. 

3929. Napoleon, allegorical, in uniform, with hat and long boots, right arm 

uplifted, left around neck of eagle, which is flying above the moun- 
tains, sea, &c., with a lightning-bolt in talons. Unsigned. 4to. 

3930. Napoleon, another copy, similar, cut down to square 8vo. 

3931. Napoleon, full length in uniform, wreath of laurel, in clouds. Litho- 

graph. 4to. 

3932. Napoleon, full length in uniform, in clouds, with right hand ex- 

tended over an eagle presenting crown to his son asleep on the knee of 
Marie Louise. Line, tinted paper. Proof before all letters. Ob- 
long 8vo. 

3933. Napoleon, allegorical, bust. In colors, 8vo. London, 1814 

The hat is composed of eagle captured at the Battle of Yittoria. his 
face of the prisoners living and slain, his epaulette of his own blood- 
stained hand, his star a cobweh, emblematic of the flimsy tenure of his 
reign. 

3934. Napoleon, full length, in uniform, sitting on deck of vessel holding 

scales in right hand, which are evenly balanced, parts of shrouds, 
mainsail, &c., near by. " Des humains, La Balance a la main il pese 
les Destins." Voltaire. Line. Unsigned. 8vo. 



3<J35. Napoleon, "Le Songe/' full length figure, the eagle about to place the 
crown upon the head of his son. Line. In colors. 8vo. 

393G. Napoleon, "La poire etait mure," probably symbolical of Napoleon's 
coup d'etat of the 18th Brumaire (?). In colors. 8vo. 

3937. Napoleon, full length, in richly embroidered coat with sash and sword, 

standing on top of a globe lettered " 18. Brumaire," with allegorical 
figures in clouds, of Fame presenting a victor-palm, and of Plenty 
emptying the contents of her horn upon the globe under Napoleon's 
feet. "Eein ne manque plus a sa Gloire." Line. Unsigned. 8vo. 

3938. Napoleon, " L'unique Pensee de la France," head of Napoleon with 

floral borders. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 

3939. Napoleon, "Der Corsische Gifftbaum," showing a tree that has been 

struck by lightning and limbs broken; among its branches are five 
outline portraits of Napoleon. Line engraving. Unsigned. In col- 
ors. 8vo. 

3940. Napoleon, bust on family tree, with Imperial eagle above, and the 

names of members of his family in colored circles on branches. Gene- 
alogy of the House of Bonaparte in German script on 2 pp. follow- 
ing. C. G. Haendler. In colors, 4 pp. 12mo. 

3941. Napoleon, oval bust, arising from a cloud, in uniform, with hat. "U 

fit respecter I'honneur Frangais." Lith. de Lemercier. 12mo, with 
wide margins. Paris; Caillou, n.d. 

3942. Napoleon, bust in uniform, rising from the mouth of a jar marked 

" Eappe Bon " upon a small platform labelled " Eesi," against which 
leans a dog. Underneath, 7 lines in Dutch. Line. 12mo. 

3943. Napoleon, allegorical view containing full length portrait in em- 

broidered coat, without hat, left hand on sword, right, behind his back, 
standing before sleeping figure of a robed female [Maria Louisa ( ?)] 
in sitting posture ; above, in the clouds, winged Angel of Peace with 
torch in right hand, a portion of figure of a Fury, medallions of Bas- 
tille, &c., a group of peasants in centre. [In pencil, ''.Memorial. . . 
Vienna, &c."] Challiou del. Bovinet sculp. Line. 16mo. 

3944. Napoleon, full length, in uniform, arms folded, standing in front of 

an urn marked "N," with eagle and anchor nearby, robed figure in 
clouds. In circle around this view is printed, "22 Juillet 1832 [date 
of the young King of Pome's death] 5 Mai 1821 [date of Napoleon's 
death] Mon fils . . . Toi aussi . . . et a Page de vingt-et-un ans . . . et sans 
gloire..." Unsigned. In colors. 16mo. 

3945. Napoleon, allegorical, (1) full length, in embroidered uniform, stand- 

ing, sword in left hand, right, upholding a crucifix, angels, worship- 
pers, devils descending to Hell, &c. "La Eeligion Triomphante. 
Bonaparte . . . s est rendu a Notre Dame, pour y entendre la Sainte 
Messe celebree par le Cardinal Caprara." Line. Unsigned. Folio ; 
(2) another copy, similarly treated, but with different assortment of 
figures, &c. Dessine et grave au trait par Nodet. ]\Iezzotint. Folio. 
(2 pioces.) 



39-iG. Napoleon, allegorical, (1) a time-woru arch of masonry on top of which 
rest his sword, luit, &c., and ahove which eagle is liying, &c. " Re- 
spect et honneur.'' 4to; (2) "Chronological Tree of the principal 
events and achievements of Bonaparte." Folio. Both lithographs. 
Unsigned. (2 pieces.) 

3947. Napoleon, allegorical, (1) full length, in uniform, with long coat, sur- 

mounting the cloud-capped summit of a colossal column, with scenes 
of his battles, &c,, arouiul him. Dessine par V. Adam; (3) another 
copy, similarly treated, but with angels and harps on left, generals 
on right. "C'est so derniere victoire." Unsigned. Both mezzotints. 
4to. (2 pieces.) 

3948. Napoleon, (1) part length, in cadet uniform, with arms extended, run- 

ning after a maiden in a garden. "Dieu de misericorde, Je ne t'ai 
point offense; C'est mon epoux." Stipple. Unsigned. 16mo; (2) 
full length, uniform, near a balustrade, standing between tM^o women. 
" Napoleon und die Gattin des Ivaufnumns Taulon de Grandchamp." 
S. von Seyfert. Lith. v. Walde [after a stipple]. 8vo. (2 pieces.) 

3949. Napoleon, three different representations, two wearing cro^vns, one in 

chariot. Stipple, etc. One proof before all letters. Folio and 4to. 
Together, 3 pieces. 

3950. Napoleon, allegorical, full length, with that of his son; full length on 

globe inscribed "18. Brumaire;"' full length. Emperor's robes. All 
in colors. 4to and 8vo. Together, 3 pieces. 

3951. Napoleon, "Bouquet Symbolique," medallion, full bust of Napo- 

leon II. and Marie Louise, inscription of 6 lines, " Violettes du 20 
Mars 1815 " and " Napoleon Violets," both in colors, and another. 
Together, 4 pieces. 

3952. Napoleon, in uniform, on stool blowing bubbles for his son, who, as a 

miniature replica of his father, stands near, a bubble marked "Eome" 
over his head. Unsigned. In colors. 16mo; "Farewell to thee, 
France," full length, seated. Unsigned. In colors. 16mo; full 
length in uniform, tents near. " Oberbefeblshaber der annee von 
Italien." In colors, and another. 8vo. (4 pieces). 

3953. Napoleon, a series of four different representations including Victory 

crowning bust, etc. 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3954. Napoleon, in a group of about 15, heads only, w^th designation and 

description. 4to; "La Boussole Politique"! depuis 1789." Line. 
12mo; a cripple, both legs cut off, before the Emperor. ["Lost at 
Austerlitz."] Lithograph. 4to; Napoleon and Princess Hatzfeld. 
Process plate after design of Sandoz. 4to. (4 pieces). 

3955. Napoleon, allegorical, full length. Huet direxit, D'Haudricourt in- 

venit; and 3 others, 4to and 8vo. Together, 4 pieces. 

3956. Napoleon, " Bouquet Cheri," containing medallion busts of Napoleon, 

Napoleon II. and Marie Louise; and" 3 others, 4to and 12mo. To- 
gether, 4 pieces. 



CAEICATURES. 

3957. Ni\POLEOX, full length in embroidered long-coat leaving Egypt, army in 
background, ship in offing. &c. "Buonaparte. . .the deserter of the 
army of Egypt." Unsigned, but probably l)y J. Gillray. Lnie. 
Folio. (Upper left hand'corner somewhat damaged.) London, 1800 

;3958. Napoleon, another copy, in colors. J. Gillray invt. Folio. London, n.d. 

3959. Napoleon, full length in uniform with enormous hat and plumes, ad- 
dressing two roval ladies of Wtirtemberg. " A check to Corsican as- 
surance." (Folios of Caricatures lent out for the evenmg.) In 
colors. Folio. London; S. W. Fores, 1805 

3960 Napoleon's head on a pike, held aloft by a British soldier. " Buona- 
parte 48 hours after landing." Line. J. Gillray des. and feet. 
Yolio. London, 1803 

3961. Napoleon's threatened invasion of England. Caricature full length, 

standins in a yawl-boat, with others around him, approaching the 
shores oi Great Britain, where Britannia and her supporters are 
shown in attitudes of abject terror. " Physical Aid ; or, Britannia 
recovered from a Trance." [J. Gillray fc] Line. Oblong small 
fo\[Q_ London, 1803 

3962. Napoleon, midget general in uniform, with King George the Third, 

&e. on stage "of a theatre, musicians in orchestra. " Pacific Over- 
tures, or a Flight from St. Clouds, ' over the water to Charley,' a 
new dramatic piece now rehearsing." J. Gillray fecit. Oblong small 
folio. In colors. (Creased.) London, 1806 

3963. Napoleon's Grand Coronation Procession from the Church of Notre- 

Dame, Dec. 2, 1804. Includes caricatures of Napoleon, Fouche, 
Berthier, Pius VII, &c. Line. J. Gillray inv. & feet. 31x9 1-2 
ins. Folded thrice. London, 1805 

3964. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform, sustained in mid-air by a 

balloon labelled " Gloire," with wings from his shoulders marked 
" Terreur " and " Interet," and dropping proclamations, &c., upon 
a group of people below. " Le Degen Politique." In colors. Un- 
signed. Line. Folio. 

3965. Napoleon. The King of Brobdingnag and Gulliver. Etched by J. 

Gillray. Folio (later impression, margins slightly damaged). 

Contains portraits of Napoleon, George the Third, etc. On the reverse 
of the plate is another caricature, *' A Morning Ride." 

3966. Napoleon, (1) full length, strutting, with plumed hat and sabre. 

"Buonaparte hearing of Nelson's Victory, swears by his sword to 
extirpate the English from ofE the Earth." Line. J. Gillray inv. & 
fct London, 1798; (2) "Meeting of the Monied Interest, &c. J. 
Gillray inv. & fct. Oblong 4to. London, 1798. (2 pieces, backed.) 



3967. Napoleon, full length in uniform, holding the guy-rope of a swing in 

which are 5 uniformed officers, swinging forward and upwards. 
Napoleon is saying, " Comme je les fais aller," La Balangoire. Line. 
In colors. Folio. 

3968. Napoleon, (1) full length in uniform, absolving the Directoire. "Exit 

Liberie a la Frangois ; or. Closing the Farce of figalite at St. Cloud." 
Line. J. Gillray inv. & fct. Oblong 4to; (2) "Allied Powers, 
unbooting Egalite." J. Gillray fct. Line. (Small tear, mended.) 
2 pieces, backed. London, 1799 

3969. Napoleon^ full length in uniform, tossed up as a shuttlecock by the 

battledores of two soldiers, Lucifer in centre appearing from Hades. 
" Jaloux de leurs plaisir, epiaut chaque geste. Messieurs, dit Lucifer, 
apres vous s'il en reste." Line. In colors. Small folio. 

3970. Napoleon, face and immense plumed hat showing behind walls of a 

fort, John Bull, stripped to the waist, knee-deep in the English 
Channel, bidding Napoleon defiance. " John Bull offering Little 
Boney fair-play." Line. J. Gillray inv. & fct. 4to. (One comer 
slightly repaired.) London, 1803 

3971. Napoleon, with crown, in a pot labelled " A Stew "; Turkey on a spit, 

being basted by a British general ; several French generals, " in 
pickle," &c., in the " Grand Kitchen of Europe." " British Cookery, 
or Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire." In colors. 4to. 

[London, 1801] 

3972. Napoleon, as a fox held aloft by the hunter, who is cr3'ing " Tally-ho." 

" Death of the Corsican Fox." J. Gillray inv. & fct. Oblong 4to. 

London, 1803 

3973. Napoleon, full length in uniform, leaping and tearing his hair, sur- 

rounded by overturned chairs, worlds, &c. " Maniac Eavings ; "or, 
• Little Bonev in a strong fit." J. Gillrav inv. & fct. Oblong 4to. 

London, 1803 

3974. Napoleon, full length, partly skeleton, with his uniformed arm around 

his sister Louisa, female junto back of him, male junto of Horse 
Guards nearby, Canning hurling a quill-spear, &c. " He cannot go 
to Spain: or Canning's death blow."" Line. L^nsigned. In colors. 
Oblong 4to. London, 1808 

3975. Napoleon, as a tiger, being driven into the Ehine by symbolical fig- 

ures of Eussia, Prague, &c. " The Imperial Tiger Hunt." From the 
Satirist, Dec. 1, 1913. In colors. Oblong small 4to. 

3976. Napoleon, in a fierce attitude, drawing sword, and saying, "Yat do I 

see yonder . . . 'tis de Eoast Beef of Londres, &c.," meanwhile 
looking across the Channel to Great Britain, who, in the person of a 
gigantic soldier, stands guard over the before-mentioned roast beef. 
Line. J. Gillray inv. & fc. Oblong 4to. London, 1803 

3977. Napoleon, "Napoleon unter den Handen der Aerzte," full length figure, 

partly nude, in hands of physicians, bottles of medicine, etc., nearljy. 
Bei L. Schlemmer in Nurnberg. In colors. 4to. 



39T8. Napoleon^ "Buonaparte landete den In Marz 1815, zu Canne in Frank- 
reich, um die Fackel des Kriegs noch einmal iiber den Erdball zu 
schwingen," etc., full length in uniform, holding flaming torch in 
right hand. Line engraving. Unsigned. 4to. 

39T9..KAPOLEOX, in uniform, seated at table with Louis XVIII. and the Due 
de Eeichstadt. ''The Crown Candidates, or a modest request politely 
refused." S. T. Taw, invtr. Line. In colors. 4to. London, 1815 

3980. Xapoleox, double caricature, (1), full length in uniform, with bakers' 

shovel placing figures of Bavaria, &c.. in oven marked. '" Xew French 
Oven for Imperial Gingerbread;" (2) "New Litter of Hungry- 
Grunters sucking John Bull's old sow to death." Line. J. Gillray 
inv. & fee. Oblong -Ito. (2 pieces, backed.) London, 1806 

3981. Xapoleox,. another copy of " The New French Oven, &c." J. Gillray 

invt. In colors. Small ito. 

3982. Xapoleox. in uniform, bending over the corpses of 2 French soldiers, 

behind him a Eussian with battle-axe raised to strike. "Specimen 
of Eussian chopping blocks. So you're the last says this brave honest 
man. Xow Xap. return to Eussia if vou can." In colors. -Ito. 

Pub. by ^AlcClear.-, Xassau St. [X. Y.] 

3983. Xapoleox, full length caricature with spyglass and sabre on cliff 

marked "France." looking across the British Channel to the armed 
forces of Great Britain, the devil prodding him with a fork. "Bony 
at a stand, — or the Corsican Tyrant staggered at the prospect of 
Great Britain in arms." In colors. 4to. London; Eoberts, n.d. 

3984. Xapoleox^ full length in uniform, caricature, holding sword in one 

hand, and with apple lettered Leipsig in enormous mouth, skull and 
cross bones under hi? feet. In colors. Ito. 



At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Thirteenth Session, Numbers 3985 to 4325, Inclusive 

THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20th, AT 8.15 O'CLOCK 

For date of other sessions, see "ORDER OF SALE," page supra. 



3985. Napoleox, (1) and George III carving the Phim Pudding, the former 

cutting away a large slice marked "Europe." "The rium Pudding 
in Danger." J. Gillray inv. & fee. Line. 4to; (3), Scene in Par- 
liament ; " Uncorking Pitt." J. Gillray inv. & feet. Line. Folio. 
(2 pieces, hacked.) London, 1805 

3986. N"APOLEO>f, another copy of the "Plum Pudding in Danger." In colors. 

J. Gillray dest. Small 4to. [London, n.d.] 

3987. Napoleox, (1) caricatured as a Spanish matador, tossed in the air by 

a bull, around the neck of which is a broken collar, marked "Cor- 
sican Chain," "The Spanish Bull Fight, or the Corsican Matador in 
danger." European potentates viewing the scene. J. Gillray des. 
& feet. Oblong 4to; (2) "Spanish Patriots attacking the 
French Banditti." Line. J. Gillray inv. & feet. (2 pieces backed). 
Small tear mended. London, 1808 

3988. Napoleon, inscription in German commencing " Das Kaiserlein Na- 

poleon, und seine Rauberhorten," etc. In colors. -Ito. 

3989. Napoleon (1), full leng-th in uniform, the Eussian bear on one side of 

him, the British lion on the other, horrible shapes all around. " The 
Valley of the Shadow of Death." Line. J. Gillray inv. & ft. 
Oblong 4to; (2) " L'Enfant Trouve; an example of Roman Charity, 
&c." J. Gillray inv. & fct. Line. (2 pieces, backed). 

London, 1808 

3990. Napoleon, full length in uniform, rear view, with drum in front, on 

his way to the ship for Elba, accompanied by a grotesque figure in 
military coat playing upon a violin. " Le depart du petit Caporal." 
Line. In colors. 4to. 

3991. Napoleon's hat, with a spear run through it, held by a cossack alighting 

from a coach, another cossack, Bull and his wife, &c. " John Bull 
and the Cossacks in London." From the Satirist, 1st ^lay, 1813. In 
colors. Oblong small 4to. 



3992. Napoleon, *' Napoleon's Ankunft in der Unterwelt," full length figure 

of Napoleon in uniform, in Hades, tlirone of skulls and bones, in- 
seription in German. 4to. In colors. 

3993. Napoleon, as the Corsican Bloodhound, beset by the Bears of Russia, 

with tin-kettle attached to his tail and labelled " Moskow." Un- 
signed. [Gillray?] Small -ito. London, 1813 

3994. Napoleon, " Grose Raritat aus Frankreich," the figure of Napoleon in 

uniform, on a platform, inscription in German stating that this is 
the representation of a small man who as a great military hero 
wished to distort the world. In colors. 4to. 

3995. Napoleon, full length in uniform, in bottle, George III. kneeling on 

ground in thanksgiving, the Allied generals in uniform standing 
around. " The Ex-Emperor in a Bottle." 24 lines of verse under- 
neath. Line and stipple. 4to. London; J. Jenkins, 1815 

3996. Napoleon, full length in royal robes, seated in chair, stating " I must 

have issue," at his right is Josephine, also full length in royal robes, 
seated in chair, stating "■ For the benefit of the Empire I resign my 
husband." Etching, entitled " The Imperial Divorce " from the Hi- 
hernia Magazine, Satira del., Brocas etch. Plate contains several 
other portraits. 4to. 

3997. Napoleon, another copy of the same (creased). 

3998. Napoleon, caricature in colors, inscription in Russian, most of the 

figures probably portraits. 4to. 

3999. Napoleon, " Erfiihrt Hunde bis Bautzen," full length in uniform, 

cocked hat underneath sign post, one arm of which reads '' weg nach 
Bautzen " and the other " weg nach Dresden." Line engraving. In 
colors. 4to. 

4000. Napoleon, " General Frost shaving little Boney." 4to. [Ca. 1815] 

4001. Napoleon, full length in uniform seated on drum, chin in his hands, 

and facing the skeleton figure of Death seated on a cannon in a sim- 
ilar attitude, both fronting the armies of the victorious Allies, 
" Death and Bonaparte." T. Rowlandson delt. Aquatint. 4to 
(several creases, vertically across). 

4002. Napoleon, full length in uniform representing " Le courier du Rhin, 

perd tout en revenant de la foire de Leipsig." In colors. 4to. 

4003. Napoleon. German caricature representing Napoleon standing on the 

map making out his line of attack for the Battle of La Belle Alliance, 
June 18, 1815. 4to. 

Plate contains portraits of Ney, Davonst, etc. 

4004. Napoleon, riding on an eagle, saying " veni, vidi, vici," Louis XVIII. 

on an ass saying " ce diable d'homme ne m'a pas soulement donntr le 
temps de me retourner." In colors. 4to. Margins cut away. 



4005. Nai'Olkon, " Helleni.selie Weisheit," Napoleon as a mouse in uniform 

witli cocked hat, seated ou the gravestones of great military com- 
manders addressing other mice (his marshals and generals), and 
urging them to save the honor of the master and not let themselves 
be caught by the cats. 4to. 

4006. Napoleon, " Se. Kaiser Majestat Napoleon der Grosse atif Hochstdero 

neuersuiidenem Observatorio in der Sehlacht von la Belle Alliance d. 
18 Juny 1815," full length in uniform. 4to, 

4007. Napoleon, " Le Deserteur," full length in uniform, view of Mont St. 

Jean on battlefield in background, Napoleon saying " Braves Fran- 
gais, combattez pour moi." In colors. 4to. 

4008. Napoleon, " Ein grosser General und ein kleiner Kaiser," full length 

portrait of a general [Bliichcr?], balancing a miniature figure of 
Napoleon on his thumb. 4to. 

4009. Napoleon's portrait in upper left hand corner, with various figures of 

Great Britain underneath, showing the way the news of Nelson's Vic- 
tory over the French affe(-ted them. " Line. Unsigned. 4to. 
(Mended at one fold.) 

4010. Napoleon, full length caricature, standing in a field of St. Helena, 

houses in background ; a gigantic figure, hair mussed and hands in 
pockets. " Drawn from the life at Longwood, June 5, 1820. Fleshy, 
ci-divant Bony.'' Written in ink on lower margin,— "5^ Mr. Hook, 
Acting Pres." 8vo. 

4011. Napoleon, as harlequin in a satire upon the "Diversions of Purley " 

[John Home Tooke] . Contains numerous figures, including Welling- 
ton, t'^'c, several under the table, wine being spilled from "decanters, 
&c. Published for the Satirist. April 1, 1808. In colors. Oblong 
8vo. 

4012. Napoleon, " Diesen Bock babe Ich geschossen," full length in uniform, 

cocked hat, cannon in background. 8vo. 

4013. Napoleon, "Der Kronen-Flicker," full length figure, seated at table 

trying to repair his crown, and saying to two kings who are tender- 
. ing their crowns, " Ich hal)e mit meiner genug zu thun." In colors. 
8vo. 

4014. Napoleon, in the Imperial Shaving Shop, seated, in uniform, on stool, 

and exclaiming, — " Begar, me no can reach to shave de dam mus- 
tache of dat vile Regent for dis basin of water between us." From 
the Satirist, 1st of Februarv, 1813. In colors. Oblong 8vo. 

4015. Napoleon, "Buonaparte auf der Reise nach der Insel Elba . . . 

1814, full length in uniform saying "' es lebe Konig Ludwig XVIII." 
In colors. 8vo. 

4016. Napoleon, " Das ist mein lieber sohn, an dem ich Wohlgefallen habe," 

a large monkey holding the figure of Napoleon in his arms. In colors. 
8vo. 



4017. Napoleon, full length in uniform, with inscription " II Corriere del 

Eeno tutto perde nel suo ritorno dalla piera di Lipsia." In colors. 
8vo. 

4018. Xapoleox, full length in uniform, an angel's wing extending from his 

hack, reading uncomplimentarv' descriptions of himself on wall. 
" Je suis sur les fipines, &c." Line. Unsigned. 8vo. 

4019. Xapoleox. " I'nverhoifter Besuch."' full length figures of Xapoleon and 

his son, the latter wearing crown; unexpected visit causes Napoleon 
to state, "■ Be quiet, little son, or I shall he frightened, too," etc. In 
colors. 8vo. 

4020. Napoleon, rear view in enormous coat and hat. Pencil drawing. Un- 

signed. 12mo. 

4021. Napoleon, "' Der Rheinische Courier verliehrt auf der Heinreise von 

der Leipziger Messe alles," full length in uniform, cocked hat. In 
colors. 12mo. 

4022. Napoleon, full length on top of a tree, which is bent over by his weight 

as he leans to grasp the statue of Charlemagne ; beneath him hang 
fruit marked ^lurder of Kleber, ]\rassacre at Jaffa, Abolition of No- 
bility, &e., skulls, figure of Death, &c., on ground. " Objects re- 
flected in Ireland's Mirror." Oblong 12mo. London, n.d. 

4023. Napoleon, full length in uniform as " Der Eheinische Courier," with 

the sceptre of Carolus Magnus in both hands, and running towards 
the city of !Maynz. Line. Unsigned. 12mo. 

4024. Napoleon, as a uniformed monkey trying on hat. " Le Singe de Na- 

poleon." Colored lithograph. 12mo. Paris, n.d. 

4025. Napoleon, full length as a traveling musician carrying kettle-drums 

and horns, &c. " Nun kanns angehn." [Geissler, sc] Unsigned. 
In colors. 12mo. (Torn and mended.) 

4026. Napoleon, miniature full length in uniform being dropped into the 

jaws of the Eussian bear by the grotesque figure of a Cossack. " Hoo- 
Haw — there he goes. CTrim Joey dashing little Boney into the jaws of 
a EiLssian Bear." In colors. G. Ck. del. Square 12mo. 

4027. Napoleon, bust in caricature ; face, composed of the dead bodies of his 

Ambition; hat, of the eagle of the Allies who cruslied him; coat, 
of a map with the names thereon of battles lost, rivers crossed, &c., 
with its collar a stream of blood; epaulet, of the hand of Justice 
snapping the strings of his Greatness, &c. Unsigned. In colors. 5 
lines of description in French. 12mo. 

4028. Napoleon. The same, slightly varied. In colors. About 16 lines of 

description in French. 12mo. 

4029. Napoleon. The same, slightly varied. In colors. 8 lines of description 

in French. 8vo. 



4030. Napoleon. The samo, without any letters. 16mo. 

4031. Napoleon. The same, hut ])hiin. 10 lines of description in Italian. 

Berlin, n.d. 12 mo. 

4032. Napoleon. The same. In colors. S lines of description in Italian. 

Berlin, 1814. 12mo. 

4033. Napoleon. The same. In colors. Title in German. 16mo. (2 

copies.) 

4034. Napoleon. The same, without letters, in pencil and water-color. 

16mo. 

4035. Napoleon. The same, pencil and water-color. 8vo. (Creased.) 

4036. Napoleon, small medallion caricature of Bona))arte astride an ass, his 

face to its tail, and " conducted to Ell)a bv his proper attendant [the 
devil], &c." Unsigned. IGmo. 

4037. Napoleon, small full length in uniform astride a rat which he is driving 

as a horse. Etching. Unsigned. 12mo. 

4038. Napoleon^ full length caricature, vrith Bliicher. " Eencontre aiu 

Champs filisees." Journal du Manneken. Mezzotint. 8vo; the 
same, with inscription in German. Lithograph. 8vo. (2 pieces.) 

4039. Napoleon^ caricature full length in uniform, pierced by the fork of 

Satan and being roasted in the flames of Hell. 8 verses beneath. 
" The Corsican Pest ; or Belzebub going to Supper." J. Gillray des. 
and fct. Large folio (folded). (Large tear at bottom, repaired.) 
London, 1803 ; On back of above are 2 caricatures of Napoleon, " The 
King of Brobdingnag and Gulliver" (London, 1803), and "The 
Genius of France nursing her darling." (London, 1804.) Un- 
signed, l)ut probably liy Gillray. Together, 3 pieces. 

4040. Napoleon. 3 caricatures. (1) ''The Hand-AYriting L'pon the Wall"; 

(2) "Destruction of the French Gun-Boats"; (3) "The Corsican 
Carcase-Butcher's Beckoning Day"; and (4) ["John Bull and the 
Alarmist"]. Line, Lithograph, &c. J. Gillray inv. and fct. Oblong 
4to. (1 margin cut into, and a portion of 1 plate mended.) (4 
pieces, backed.) 

4041. Napoleon^ 3 caricatures, (1), "The Magnanimous Minister chastising 

Prussian Perfidv '" ; (2) "Pacific Overtures, or, a Flight from St. 
Cloud, &c.": (3) " Comforts of a Bed of Eoses, &c."; and (4) " John 
Bull swamped in a flood of New Taxes." J. Gillray inv. and fct. 
Line, Lithograph, ^c. Oblong 4to. (4 pieces, backed.) (Margin 
torn and repaired in 2 places.) London, 1806 

4042. Napoleon, medallion head with wreath, in a group of 5 heads. Line. 

IGmo; half length, with 4 others, caricatures. Line 1817. Oblong 
4to ; " Last Adieu of I^ouis Napoleon and the Emperor." IMezzotint 
after Wattier. 8 vo. ; full length in a group of soldiers, &c., on quay. 
Etched after Latella. India paper, 8vo. (4 pieces.) 



SECOND FUNERAL OF NAPOLEOX. 

4043. Napoleon. Second Funeral. The Second Funeral of Napoleon Bona- 

parte, including an account of the exhumation of his remains at St. 
Helena. Illustrated by tlie artists who accompanied the expedition. 
8vo. London, 1841, inlaid to royal 4to in sheets. Accompanying the 
preceding are 2 bills of the pUy " Napoleon Buonaparte." London, 
1830-31. 

4044. Napoleon. Second Funeral. " Debarquement a Courbevoie." Dessine 

par Ferogio et Girard. Lithograph. Folio (margin stained). 

Paris [1840] 

4045. Napoleon. Second Funeral. '' Arrivee du char a la porte des In- 

valides.*" Dessine par Ferogio et Girard. Lithograph. Folio (stained). 

Paris [1840] 

4046. Napoleon. Second Funeral. " Catafalco del I'lmperatore Napoleone a 

bordo de la Belle Poule"; " Imbargo delle spoglie di Napoleone"; 
" Eicognizione del cadavcre di Napoleone " ; " Catafalco di Napol- 
eone." Lithographs. Double folio. 4 pieces. 

4047. Napoleon. Second Funeral. " Exhumation de Napoleon a Ste. 

Helene." Lithograph in colors. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

4048. Napoleon. Second Funeral. " Translation des restes moriels de Na- 

poleon " ; unnamed scene depicting the coffin borne by soldiers. 
Lith. de Jobard ; "Translation des restes mortels de I'Empereur; 
Lithographs. 4to. Together, 3 pieces. 

4049. Napoleon. Second Funeral. " Chapelle ardente de I'Empereur Na- 

poleon '■'; " The Opening of the coffin at St. Helena, Oct. 16, 1840 "; 
" Arrivee de la flotille, sous les ordres du Prince de Joinville, ramen- 
ant les restes de Napoleon " ; and 3 other scenes [one from the Ver- 
sailles Gallery]. Lithographs, etc. 4to. Together, 5 pieces. 

4050. Napoleon. Second Funeral. " Passaggio del convoglio funebre di Na- 

poleonic sul ponte delta Concordia " ; " Cavallo di battaglia di Na- 
poleonic," and another similar. Lithographs, doul)le folio. 3 pieces. 

4051. Napoleon. Second Funeral. " Carrio funebre di Napoleone "; " Sbargo 

delle spoglie di Napoleone " ; " Battello catafalco di Napoleone," and 
another. Lithographs. Double folio. 4 pieces. 

4052. Napoleon. Second Funeral. " Dopo Ventiginque auni"; Arrivo del 

Corteo funebre e delle spoglie mortal! di Xapoleone agl' Invalidi," 
and 3 other scenes, 1 French, 2 English, illustrative of events in the 
Second Funeral. Double folio, and folio. Together, 5 pieces. 



4053. Napoleon II., King Or Pome; only son of Napoleon I and Marie 
Louise. L.S. 1 p. 4to. Schonbrunn, July 29, 1829, expressing his 
pleasure at hearing that the waters of Aix-la-Chapelie are of so much 
benefit to his mother. 

An unusual signature consisting of the brief " Nap " in imitation of Ills 
illustrious father, who signed freciuently in this manner after the year ISOO. 



4054. Napoleon II., King Of Eome. Original manuscript, 4 pp. 4to, ol' an 

Historical Composition, in the autograph of Napoleon II, at the age 
of sixteen, with corrections made by one of his tutors. Unsigned. 
Portrait and a brief printed biography. (3 pieces.) 

A note ou oue of the sheets states that they were taken from a copy- 
book used at school by the Young Napoleon, and that on one of the pages 
was written the date, "30 Juin 1827." He was born in March, isll, and 
died in July, 1832. 

4055. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, bust in uniform. Dessine 

a Vienne, d'apres nature. Stipple. 8vo. 

4056. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, bust in uniform. N. Schia- 

voni din. ed. inc. Stipple. Open letters, with inscription. 8vo. 

4057. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. The same, proof before inscription 

(slightly stained). 

4058. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, " Napoleon-Fran^ois-Charles- 

Joseph, Due de Reichstadt," bust in oval. Stipple. Unsigned, vo. 

Paris, 1811 

4059. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, " Due de Reiclistadt," full 

bust, within floral frame. Stipple. Unsigned. 12mo. 

4060. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, full bust in oval. Gravirt 

von A. Folger. Stipple. 8vo (worn and margins cut away). 

4061. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portraits (1) bust in oval, after the 

miniature by Isabey. Stipple. 8vo (worn impression) ; (3) bust in 
oval, grave B. Roger, dessine . . . par P. P. Prud'hon. Stipple. 
8vo. 2 pieces. 

4062. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, " Le Roi de Rome," bust, 

Lecomte sc. Marckl del. Two states, (1) open letters, (2) unfin- 
ished proof before all letters. 8vo. 2 pieces. 

4063. Napoleon IL, King Of Rome. Portrait, " Napoleon Roi de Rome," 

miniature full length in uniform, cocked hat under right arm, 
papers in left hand. Canu fecit. Stipple. 12mo. Paris, n.d. 

4064. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, bust in oval. Engraved 

by T. Wright, after a miniature by Isabey. Stipple. 8vo. 

London, 1820 

4065. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. " Frangois Joseph Charles, Due de 

Reichstadt," portrait, bust in oval. Gfrave par Ch. Meichelt, dessine 
par Ph. Stubenrauch. Mezzotint. 8vo. 

4066. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. " P. C. J. Napoleon II. Prince Im- 

perial," bust in oval, as a child. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 

4067. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, as a child, bust in oval. Line 

engraving. Unsigned. Open letters. 4to. 

4068. Napoleon IL, King Of Rome. Portrait, as a child, bust in oval. Line 

engraving. Unsigned. Open letters. In colors. 4to. 



4069, Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, as a child, bust in oval. 
Chaponnier sculpt. D. Duclos delt. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

■i070. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, full length, in uniform 
Mezzotint. Unsigned. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

4071. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portraits, (1) in carriage [as Knight 

of the (Tolden Fleece], in colors; (2), three-quarter length, seated, 
looking at bust of his father, also in colors. 8vo. 2 pieces. 

4072. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. " Naissance de Napoleon II. Roi de 

Rome." Grave par Alix, dessine par Rousseau. Mezzotint. 4to 
(creased). 

4073. Napoleon II., King Of Rome, in full uniform seated in chair asleep, 

his mother, Maria Louisa, standing on his left, a soldier on guard 
at entrance to the room. Lion conchant, nearby. " Le sommeille du 
Lion." Mezzotint. Unsigned. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

4074. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Another Copy, similar design, slightly 

smaller figures, &c. Unsigned proof. Mezzotint. Small 4to. 

4075. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. " Herzog von Reichstadt," half-length 

portrait in uniform. J. Jaresth sc. Line engraving. Open letters. 
8vo. 

4076. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, three-quarter length, stand- 

ing, in uniform. Lithograph in colors, unsigned. Open letters. 4to. 

4077. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portraits, (1) full length in uniform. 

Line engraving. 8vo [London] ; (2) " S. A. Le Prince Imperial." 
India paper. Open letters. 8vo. Together, 2 pieces. 

4078. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portraits, (1) full length, engraved 

by Green. India paper; (2) full length, and (3) "The Last Mo- 
ments of Young Napoleon, Duke of Reichstadt." Mezzotint (vforn). 
Lmsigned. Together, 2 pieces. 

4079. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, full length in uniform, on 

horseback. Mezzotint. L^nsigned (creased in places). Small folio. 

4080. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, full length in uniform, stand- 

iner, hand resting on hat, galloping soldiers in background. Mezzo- 
tint. Unsigned. Folio. [Paris, (Ca. 1818).] 

4081. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portraits, (1) as a child, full length, 

on horseback. Stipple. L^nsigned (wormed in inscription) ; (2) 
bust in uniform, India paper ; (3 ) full bust in uniform, India paper, 
before letters. 8vo. Together, 3 pieces. 

4082. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, as a child, full length in 

oval, kneeling, saying " Dieu ! Veille sur mon Pere et sur la France." 
Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. 

4083. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. Portrait, as a child, full length. Early 

lithograph. India paper, proof before all letters. 4to. 



4084. Napoleon II., King Of Home. Portrait, full length. J. Itogers sc. 

Line and stipple. Colored by hand. 8vo. 

4085. Napoleon II., King Of Home. Portrait, miniature full length. Etch- 

ing on India pajjer. Unsigned. 12nio. London, n.d. 

4086. Napoleon IL, King Of Pome. Portrait, " Le due de Reiehstadt," 

full bust in uniform. KStipple. Unsigned. In colors. 12mo. 

Paris, n.d. 

4087. Napoleon IL, King Of Pome. Portrait, " Napoleon Frangois Charles 

Joseph, Prince de Parme," full bust in oval. Grave par A. Verico, 
Isabey a Yienne pein. Stipple. 8vo. Firenze, n.d. 

4088. Napoleon IL, King Of Pome. ^Miniature full length portrait, kneel- 

ing, " Le Prince Imperial remerciant Dieu de Theureu.x retour de 
son pere." Stipple. Printed in colors. 8vo. 

4089. Napoleon IL, King Of Pome. Portrait, full bust, d'apres I'original 

dessine par G. Duelos. Stipple. Printed in colors. 8vo. 

4090. Napoleon IL, King Of Rome. Portrait, full length, military costume, 

holding flowers, saying " Elles sent toutes pour mon pei*e et la 
France." Stipple. L'"nsigned. 8vo. 

4091. Napoleon IL, King Of Rome. Portrait, " Napoleon IL Prince Im- 

perial," full length in uniform, cocked hat in right hand. Stipple. 
Unsigned. 8vo. 

4092. Napoleon IL, King Of Rome. Portrait, " Der junge Prinz von 

Parma," full bust in uniform. Nach dem leben gemalt in Wein. 
Stipple. Printed in colors (face disfigured). 8vo. 

4093. Napoleon IL, King Of Rome. Portrait, " F. J. C, Napoleon, Due de 

Reiehstadt." full length in uniform, seated, statue of Napoleon in 
background. Millin []K>int]. Line engraving. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

4094. Napoleon IL, King Of Rome. Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Lithograph in colors. Folio. 

4095. Napoleon IL, King Of Rome. Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Drawn by Geo. Cruikshank. Aquatint, highly hand-colored. 8vo. 
[From Ireland's Life of Napoleon.] (Date cut away.) 

409G. Napoleon IL. King Of Rome. Portrait, full length in uniform. 
Lithograph after H. H. Carter, 182G. Folio. 

4097. NxiPOLEON IL, King Of Rome. Portrait, full bust. Dessine d'apres 

nature. Line and stipple. 4to. 1817 

4098. Napoleon IL, King Of Rome. Portrait, on horseback, in uniform. 

Mezzotint. Unsigned. Small folio. 

4099. Napoleon IL, King Of Rome. Portrait as a child. Dessine et grave 

par H. Maina. Stipple. 4to. 



4100. Xapolkon TI., King Of Rome. Portrait, full length, kneeling, saying 

in French, " I am prapng for my father and for France." Stipple. 
In colors, probably colored by hand. 8vo. 

4101. Xapoleon II., King Of Rome. Portraits, (1) full length in uniform. 

Lithograpli. (2) Full bust, from a sculpture. Stipple. Together, 
2 pieces. 4to and 8vo. 

4102. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. " Derniers momens de Napoleon II.," 

two representations. (1) G. Guadagnini dis c^^ inc. 1834. N. Maurin 
inv. (2) Melle. Leuvier sculp. Line engravings. 4to. Together, 
2 pieces. 

4103. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. " Derniers momens du Roi de Rom.e." 

Lith. de Simonau, also when lying in state. Grave par Serz. 4to 
and 8vo. Together, 2 pieces. 

4104. Napoleon II., King Of Rome. The Tomb of Napoleon II. Mezzotint. 

4to (slightly creased). 

4105. Napoleon III., Emperor Of France. A page of manuscript in the 

autograph of Napoleon III., small folio, unsigned and undated. With 
portraits of both king and queen. 

A critieisui of a jiolitical i)aiuphlet, which he thiuks ought to be called 
" Parties in France since '89." 

4106. Napoleon III., Emperor Of France. A.L.S. (third person). 1 p. 

12mo. London, Feb. 24, 1833. Accepting an invitation. The letter 
commences " Le Prince L. Napoleon Bonaparte." With portrait. 

4107. Napoleon III., Emperor Of France. L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Jan. 31, 

1869. Greetings to his cousin. Cardinal Bilio, with addressed 
envelope. 

4108. Napoleon III., Emperor Of France. L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Jan. 15, 

1870. To his cousin, thanking him for Christmas greetings. With 
portrait, surrounded by his officers. Folio. Together, 2 pieces. 

4109. Napoleon III., Emperor Of France. Portrait, half length in uni- 

form. Lithograph after Charpentier. 4to. On India paper. 

4110. Napoleon Eugene Louis, Prince Imperial, son of Napoleon III, 

MS. of a Prayer pasted on a 4to sheet of cardboard, said to be in the 
autograph of the son of Napoleon III. With 2 photographs. 

4111. Napoleon (Augusta Amelia — daughter of the King of Bavaria, and 

wife of Prince Eugene Napoleon). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Munich, Aug. 
12, 1829. To Mme. E. Lefebure, thanking her for conoratulations 
upon her daughter's marriage to the Emperor of Brazil. 

4112. Napoleon (Augustus C. E.— eldest son of Prince Eugene Napoleon, 

Prince of Prussia). A.L.S. 2 pp. ito. Spa, July 11, 1816. To 
Ravrio & Co., Paris, relative to articles of furniture. 

4113. Napoleon (Louis— eldest brother of Napoleon III.). A.R.S. '-'Louis 

Napoleon," n.p.n.d. With engraved portrait. 

" Receivetl from Charles the sum of 2C)(» francs for the month of March." 



4114. Napoleon's Marshals. A series of 100 miniature portraits of the 

Marshals of Napoleon. Bovinot sculp. Vatier del. On 5 folio sheets. 

4115. Nansouty (:fiTiENNE A. M. C. — French general, one of the best officers 

of the Revolution, commanded the cavalry at Leipsic). A.L.S. 
1 p. folio, Cologne, Nov. 17, 1811. Regarding a report of the divi- 
sions under his command. 

4116. Napper-Tandy (James — Irish insurgent, invaded Ireland with a body 

of French troops). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Engraved by 
J. Heath after J. Petrie. 4to. London, 1816 

4117. Nast (Thomas). Original pen and ink drawing of a caricature " Att 

Corked up his Fassett," representing Senator Piatt, on his knees, 
painting the face of a jumping jack. At foot, " He is going to ad- 
dress a colored meet to n." 14xlCi4. 

4118. National Convention. Order of Release for Citizen L. Chardoneau. 

1 p. 4to. Port Malo, le 8 Fructidor, I'An II [Aug. 25, 1794]. 
Signed by Lion. 

4119. National Convention. " Der Nationnal-Convent in Paris." Carica- 

ture. Fincke fecit, Berlin. 4to. 

4120. Navaille Nee Des Cabris (Madame De — niece of Mirabeau). A.L.S. 

to M. Audibert, excusing herself for having been unable to answer 
his letter immediately. 1 p. and a half, small 4to. ^lay 17 [1790J. 

4121. Naval Combat between the French under Comte de la Motte Picquet, 

and the English under Admiral Hyde, in full view of Fort Royal off 
]\Iartinique [about Dec, 1779]. Inscription in French. Line engrav- 
ing. Unsigned. Large folio, margins on three sides cut away. 

4122. Neale (Sir Harry B. — British admiral). Portrait, three-quarter 

length in uniform. Engraved by J. B. Lane, drawn by W. Evans, 
after Sir W. Beechey. Stipple. Open letters. Folio. London, 1822 

4123. Necker (Jacques — eminent Swiss financier, father of Madame de 

Stael). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 20, 1790. To M. le Cher de Ville- 
preux. 

Informing the recipient that he has given M. de La Tour du Pin a 
letter in favor of Sr. Picard. 

4124. Necker (Jacques). A.L.S. 1 p. small 4to. n.p. (Paris ?), July 16, 

1790. With portrait and view of his house at Copet. 

(Stating that he is sending a copy of the account he is to present to the 
National Assembly, and requesting that a sum of money be obtained from 
the bank. 

4125. Necker (Jacques). L.S. 2 pp. 4to. [Versailles, Sept.] 2, 1789. 

Stating that 1000 bags of flour are to be examined. 

4126. Necker (Jacques). Portrait, full bust in oval. Engraved by Berain- 

ville. Stipple in brown, with margins. Folio. 



4127. jSTecker (Jacques). Portrait, full bust in oval. Dessine et grave par 

P. Audouin. Line engraving. Folio, with full margins. Fine im- 
pression. Paris, undated 

4128. Necker (Jacques). Portrait, full bust in oval, monument beneath. 

Boknam sculp. J. V. del. Line engraving. 8vo. 

4129. Necker (Jacques). Portrait, full bust in oval. Boknam sculp. J. V. 

del. Line engraving. 4to. 

4130. Necker (Jacques). Portrait, full bust in oval. Dessine et grave par 

P. Audouin. Line engraving. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

4131. Xecker (Jacques). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Unsigned. " Le 

Compte Eendu." 8vo, full margins. 

4132. IvTecker (Jacques). Portrait full Inist in oval, scene beneath. Lava- 

chez sc. Mezzotint. 8vo. 

4133. Xecker (Jacques). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint. Military 

scene, and biographical account in script beneath. 8vo, on small 
folio sheet. 

4134. ISTecker (Jacques). Another copy of the same. 

4135. JSTecker (Madame A. A. De Saussure— cousin of Mme. de Stael, wife 

of the nephew of the French Prime Minister) . Three lines on letter 
in another hand and in the third person. 2 pp. small 4to. No place, 
no date. To the Abbe Desannais, apologizing for trouble given him, 
&c. With portrait. 

4136. jSTeipperg (Count — morganatic husband of Marie-Louise). A.L.S. 

2 pp. 8vo. Schweig. Sept. 15, 18. . 

The writer informs tlie recipient that a great deal has been written 
about his family, and sends some corrected statements. 

4137. Nelson (Horatio, Lord, eminent Britsh admiral). L.S. "Horatio 

Nelson," 1 p. folio, April 30, 1779. To The Honle. the Principal 
Officers and Commissions of His Majesty's Navy, London. 

'• Herewith you will receive a monthly book for His Majesty's sloop 
Badge?- under my command for March and April 1779." 

4138. Nelson (Horatio. Lord). Commemoration of the XlVth February, 

1797. Engraved by I. Parker, ,E. Smirke del. Line engraving. 
Folio, (margins repaired). London, 1803 

Contains portraits of Nelson, Collingwood, .Sutton, Knowles and thirteen 
others. 

4139. Nelson (Horatio, Lord). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. 

Unsigned. Open letters on India paper. 4to. London, 1806 

4140. Nelson (Horatio, Lord). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Engraved 

by E. Cooper, dra\\Ti by W. Evans. 4to. Open letters. London, 1815 

4141. Nelson (Horatio. Lord). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Litho- 

graph on India paper after Maurin, 1834. Proof. 4to. 



4142. Nelson (Horatio, Lord). Portrait, half length in uniform. Litho- 

graph after A. Maurin, 1834, also " Death of Lord Nelson," Taylor 
sculp. Corbould del. 1827. 4to. 2 pieces. 

4143. Nelson (Horatio, Lord). Portrait, half lengtii, in uniform.' Grave 

par Frilley, peint par Healy. Line engraving, from the Versailles 
Galler}'. India paper. 4to. 

4144. Nelson (Horatio, Lord). Portrait, full length in uniform. Js. Gill- 

ray del. & feet. 4to. 

4145. Nesselrode (Charles Egbert, Count Von, Russian diplomat, took 

part in the Coalition against Napole(m). L.S. 1 p. folio, Dussel- 
dorf, Oct. 10, 1810. To the Count de Sulsi. 

4146. Nesselrode (Charles Robert, Count Von). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, n.p. 

April 14, n.y. stating that he is sick, and is sending some dispatches, 
etc. With portrait. 

4147. Nesselrode (Charles Robert, Count Von). A.L. 1 p. 12mo, in 

third person, unsigned, April 27, no year, informing ^I. Boyd that 
he has received his two letters and would be pleased to discuss their 
contents with him at an early date. 

4148. Nesselrode (Charles Robert, Count Von), Portrait, full bust, en- 

graved by L. Demary. 8vo. Open letters. 

4149. New Jersey. "A Wood Scene, Hoboken." Engraved bv Smillie after 

Weier. 4to (spotted). ' 1832 

4150. New Jersey. View of the Phoenix Paper Works, Whippany, Morris 

Co. Lithograph in colors after a drawing by E. Sintzenich. 4to. 

New York, n.d. 

4151. Newton (Sir Isaac). Full bust portrait in oval. Engraved by Houb- 

raken after Kneller. [Circa 1748] 

4152. Newton (Sir Isaac). Portrait, three-quarter length. Done from an 

original painting of Sr. James Thornhill's. Mezzotint. 4to, cut 
close. 

4153. New York Views. View of Hellgate, the entrance from Long Island 

Sound to New York. Aquatint engraved by ^lurriot. 8vo (re- 
paired). " London, 1807 

4154. New York Views. St. Thomas's Church, Broadway. Engraved by 

Rawdan, Wright & Co., after A. J. Davis. 4to. ' " 1829 

4155. New York Views. Park Row. Engraved by W. D. Smith after C. 

Burton, 4to. ' 1830 

4156. New York Views. A Map of the Village of Williamsburgh. In three 

colors. Large folio, backed with linen. 1845 

4157. New York Views. Map of the Albanv Northern Rail Road. Lith. 

of J. E. Gavit, Albany, N. Y. About 4 feet long. 1852 

4158. New- York Views. Hellgate. Engraved l)v A. Dick. 8vo. 



4159 New YOKK Views. Lafayette Theatre. Laurens St. near Canal St., 

New York. Engraved by James Eddy after Teter Cram. 4to. 
Proof on India-paper. 

4160 New York Views. "L'Arrivee du Prince Guillaume Henry fils du 
41bU. ''^l^.^,^^^^^^^^.^ ^^ ^^,,,,11, York en Amenque 1781 le 16 Octobre. ' 

Grave pa? Balth F. Leizel, peint. par R. Wright. Dutch line en- 
graving, in colors. 4to. 

4161 New York Views. "' L'Entree triomphale des Troupes royales a Nou- 

velle Yorck." Grave par F. X. Habermann. Dutch line engraving, 
in colors. 4to. 
4163. New Yoek Views. La nouvelle Yorck. Grave par B. F. Leizelt. 
Dutch line engraving. In colors. 4to. 

4163 New York Views. La nouvelle Yorck. Dutch line engraving. Un- 

signed. In colors. 4to. [Different from the preceding.] 

4164 New York Views. Debarquement des Troupes engloises a nouvelle 
■ Yorck. Grave par F. X. Habermann. Dutch line engraving. In 

colors. 4to. 
4165. New York Views. New York et Brooklyn. Dessine par Simpson, 
lith. par Th. Muller. In colors. Folio. 

4166 New York Views. Southwest View of New York. Engraved by J. 
Kirk after Howdell, & New York engraved by J. Archer after J. A. 
Davis. 8vo. 3 pieces. 

4167. New York Views. St. Paul's, Broadway. Engraved by Archer after 

Davis. 8vo. 

4168. New York Views. View from Gowanus Heights, Brooklyn. Engraved 

by Dalard after Bartlett. 

4169. New York Views. View of Trinity Church. Engraved by Eddy after 

Davis. 4to. 
4170 Newfoundland. Landing of the French at Newfoundland, on which 

occasion an English warship, together with a few vessels and tishmg 

boats were captured. Dutch line engraving. In colors. Inscription 

in French. Also another similar print, illustrating Greenland. 4to. 

3 pieces. 
4171. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchixgen, Marshal of France, fought at 

Waterloo, where five horses were shot under him). A.D.S. 1 p. 

folio. Geneve (Genoa), Oct. 13, 1803. 

A fine and important military document, signed "Ney" presenting m 

detail the regiments, numbers, where stationed and comments regarduig 

the troops nnder his command. 

4173. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchixgex). L.S. ''Ney." 3 pp. folio. Berne 
le 5 Brumaire, I'An XI [Oct. 30, 1803]. To Berthier, Minister of 
War, giving him a detailed report relative to the various regiments. 
With lithograph view of the Toml) of Ney, in colors. 



4173. [Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen).] A.L.S. of Col. G. B. Laplane, 

of the sixth reg. of infantry to General Yittalle. Etaplet, Oct. 1>, 
1804. 

SeiKling Yittalle the report or the arrest of Noel Gavul, a navy deserter, 
Avith instrnetious to hand the document to Marshal of the Empire Ney, so 
that Gavul would obtain the proper trial. 

On the reverse is Ney's reply, signed" Le 'Mariezal d'Empire Ney," say- 
ins: that the accused had been condemned, also with mention of Gen. 
Villette. 

4174. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen). A.L.S. "Mai Due de la Moskwa," 

1 p. 12mo. Wiirtzburgh. March 28, 1813, stating that M. Gamot is 
the proper man to fill the position of prefect in a certain department. 
With portrait. 

4175. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen). A.D.S. "Le Marechal, Prince de 

la Moskowa, 'Nej." Aiixerre, March 19, 1815. With fine impression 
(practically nnbroken) of Ney's wax seal. 

An order to M. Debar, his chief cook to join him as soon as possible. 
This was written during a critical period of Ney's life, as it was in 
this month that he received orders to lead an army against Napoleon, 
^^■hom he promised to bring back in an iron cage. 

4176. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen). Portrait, bust in uniform. 

Lithograph after Mauzin. Small folio. 

4177. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elichingen). Portrait, bust in uniform. 

Grave par Danois, peint par A. Brune. Line engraving, from the 
Versailles Gallery. 8vo. 

4178. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen). Portrait, bust in uniform. Litho- 

graph after Maurin. Folio. 

4179. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen). Portrait, half length in uni- 

form. Alex. Tardieu del et sculp. F. Gerard pinxt. Line engrav- 
ing. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

4180. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen). Portrait, in uniform, on horse- 

back. Blanchard fils sculp. Mourtinet del. Line engraving, bio- 
graphical account beneath. Small folio. 

4181. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen). Portrait, in uniform, on horse- 

back. In colors. 4to. London, A. Park 

4183. Ney (Michel, Du D'Elchingen). Portrait, full length in uniform, 
also portrait of his wife, the latter after Gerard, 1812. 2 pieces. 

4183. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen). Portrait, full length in uni- 

form. Charon sculpsit. Martinet pinxit. Mezzotint. Folio. 

4184. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen). Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Charon sculpsit. Martinet pinxit. Mezzotint. In colors (colored 
by hand). Folio. 

4185. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen). Portrait, full length in uniform, 

standing, cocked hat on marble. Sasso inc. Demarchi dis. 8vo. 



4186. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchingen). "The Shooting of :\[arshal Xey, 

one of Bonaparte's late JMarshals." Copper engraving. 4to. 

London, 1815 

4187. Ney (Michel, Due D'Elchixgen). Eepresentation of the shooting 

of Ney. Copper engraving, margins cut away. Folio. [ca. 1815] 

4188. Xey, Massena, Bertrand, and others. Portraits, mainly in miiform. 

8vo and 12mo, no duplicates. 20 pieces. 

4189. ISTiagara Falls. The most surprising Cataract of Niagara in Canada, 

Copper engraving by Page. Folio. [Circa. 1799] 

4190. XiAGARA Falls. American side. Tinted lithograph after Kollner. 4to. 

New York, 1848 

4191. Niagara Falls. General View. Tinted lithograph after Kollner. 4to. 

New York, 1848 

4192. Niagara Falls. Horseshoe Falls. Tinted lithograph after Kollner. 

4to. New Y'ork, 1848 

4193. Niagara Falls. Eapids at Niagara. Tinted lithograph after Kollner. 

4to. New York, 1848 

4194. Niagara Falls. Suspension Bridge. Tinted lithograph after Kollner. 

4to. New York, 1848 

4195. NiEL (Adolphe — Marshal of France, Minister of War under Napoleon 

III.). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, July 7, 1859. 

Military letter asking the general commanding the brigade of cavalry 
for names of those worthy to be raised to captains. 

4196. NiEMCEWicz (J. U. — Polish Statesman, accompanied Kosciusko to 

America in 1797). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Hamilton, June 14, [1830]. 
Thanks " My Lord " for his letter, and mentions personal matters. 

4197. NiEUWERKERKE (ALFRED E. — French sculptor). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Palais du Louvre, Dec. 15, 1853. To M. Fourdrin telling him that 
Napoleon III. would not accept a model. With portrait, printed 
biographical account and facsimile. 

4198. Nightingale (B.). A.L.S. 4 pp. 12mo, n.p.n.d. Piegarding auto- 

graphs of Joseph Bonaparte, etc. 

4199. NoAiLLES (Adrien Maurice, Due De — Marshal of France, commander 

in chief in the war against Germany). D.S. 1 p. folio, Versailles, 
Feb. 6, 1745. 

Military release for a M. Lotte who had served in the army for tvventy- 
fiinr years. Noailles married Frau(;oise d'Aubigne, a niece of Madame de 
Maintenon. 

4200. Noailles (Adrien Maurice, Due De). Portrait, full bust in uniform, 

wearing wig. Cathelin sculps. Line engraving. Small 4to. 



4201. NoAiLLEs (Louis, Due De— Marshal, son of the pix-i-odin.u-, distin- 

guished himself in the campaigns of Flanders and Germany) . A.L.S. 
1 p. 4to. Undated, With portrait. 

Regarding the good character of a Madame Leigh who had asked a loan 
from a hanker friend. 

4202. NoAiLLEs (CiiAitLEs A. J. H. De, Due De .M ouc 11 y— captain of the 

body-guard of Louis XVIII, etc.). Portrait, three-quarter length. 
Grave par J, E. Coombs, peint par G. Hayler. Mezzotint. Small 
folio. Open letters. 

4203. Noailles (Comte De— French historian). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n. p. 

March 19, no year. 

4204. Noailles (Le Due De— said to have been Chamberlain to Xapoleon). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo. No place, June 8, no year [sometime after 
1800], informing '" Monsieur" that he has seen a certain M. Fouche 
relative to some matter, and that it will be adjusted satisfactorily. 

4205. Noailles (L. J. A., Comte De— delegate to the Congress of Vienna). 

A.L. in third person, unsigned. 3 pp. small 4to, including ad- 
dressed portion with wax-seal. Paris, July 17, 1824. To Madame 
Wild, stating that he is unable to send tickets for the filisee Bourbon, 
&c. (One corner supplied.) 

4206. Noailles De Moxtague (Madam). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Paris, July 

1!), undated [but ca. 1812]. A letter of congratulation. 

4207. Nogaret (Jacques E. De— Member of the Convention). A.L.S. 1 p. 

4to. Paris, May 11, 1802, concerning a sum of 20.000 francs. With 
portrait. 



4208. 



NoGAiJET (Jacques «. De). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, n.p.n.d. 



4209. NoRUMBEGA ET VIRGINIA, 1597. In colors. 4to. Framed and glazed. 

"... From this time (15.j6) until the seventeenth oenturv Xorum- 
bega was generally regarded as embracing all New England, and some- 
times portions of Canada [the above includes portions of Canada], though 
occasionally the country was known by other names." — Larned. 

4210. NoRviNS (Jacques M. De— French litterateur and politician). Auto- 

graph receipt signed for 1200 francs. 1 p. 12mo. Sept. 4, 1821. 
With portrait, and 4 pp. 4to. Biographical Note by V. Piatier. (3 
pieces. ) 

4211. O'CoxxoR (Eoger— Irish Nationalist, left curious will). Portrait, half 

length in uniform. Proof before all letters on India paper. (Por- 
tion of cloak on left shoulder hand-colored.) 4to. 

4212. Oeeexbach (Jacques — celebrated composer). Autograph sentiment, 

signed. 1 p. 8vo. 

4213. Ollivier (Emile— Prime Minister of France). A.L.S. 3 pp. 8vo. 

Givrins (Nyon), Oct. 17, 1867. Answers a request of a voung ladv 
by sending her a few lines in his autograph. 



4214. [O'.Meara (Baury).] Xapoleon's physician at St. Helena. A tran- 
script of a portion of letter written by John Finlanson, Nov. 27, 1815, 
entirely in the autograph of O'^leara. 1 p. 4to. 

"The Board (of the Admiralty), has resolved to confirm you on Lord 
Keith's reconnnendation. The Admiral (Sir George Cockburn) has an 
order to propose a suitable salary for you." 

4815. O'^Ieaea (Barry.)] Copy of a letter, 1 p. 4to, entirely in the auto- 
o-raph of Dr. O'^Ieara, relative to an increase in pay. [Dated August 
10, 1816.] 

4216. O'Meara (Barry). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo, in Englisli, n.p.n.d. To "Dear 

Ireland," asking him to call that evening or the following day. 

4217. O'Meara (Barry). Portrait. Half length, seated in chair. Engraved 

by F. C. Lewis after G. Lewis. Proof before all letters. Ito. The 
only copy known to the owner. 

4218. Original Drawing in water colors, " L'Emissaril, au bord du lac de 

Castelgandolfo. 1790. Du Pre delt." 4to. 

4219. Original Drawing in water colors of Italian mountain scenery, wall 

decoration, etc., on 1 sheet, 4to, unsigned. Sienn, June 25, 1860 

4220. Original Drawing of a full length female figure in picturesque cos- 

tume. Signed "A. Finardi. F. Eoma 1880." Folio. 

4221. Original Drawing in pen and ink of two youthful shepherds and their 

sheep, etc. Signed " Gherardi." 4to. 

4222. Original Drawing in pen and ink of a boy on the back of a donkey 

driving a flock of sheep. Signed " G. Gherardi." 4to. 

4223. Original Deaaving in water colors, of a full length male figure in pic- 

turesque costume. Signed " J. B. Schonetzer." 8vo. 

4224. Original Draw^ing^ in sepia, unsigned, containing two figures. 

4225. Original Drawing in water colors, signed " Gherardi." Italian coun- 

try scene, cottages, etc. 4to. 

4226. Original Drawing in water colors, written on margins as being by 

Vickers, representing several boats at sea. 4to. 

4227. Original Drawing in water colors, of an English pastoral scene, signed 

" D. Cox," [l)ut owing to quality of work doubtful if same is by him]. 
8vo. 

4228. Orleans (Gaston J. B. D' — son of Henry IV. and ]\Iarie de Medicis). 

D.S. " Gaston." 1 p. folio, on vellum. Paris, June 20, 1643. 

4229. Orleans (Gaston J. B. D'). D.S. "Gaston," 1 p. folio, Paris, Dec. 

26, 1650. Order for payment of money. With portrait. 

4230. Orleans (Philippe Due D', Kegent Of France). Vellum D.S. 1 p. 

oblong folio (folded). Paris, July 3, 1701. Appoints Louis Doubles 
general supervisor of the Royal household. With several other signa- 
tures. 



4231. Orleans (Philippe Due D', Iiegent Or France). D.S. 1 p. folio, 

Versailles, March 15, ITOl. A death certificate. With portrait. 

4232. Orleans (Pjhlippe, Due D", Hegent Of France). L.S. '' Vr 1 p. 

4to, n.p.n.d. Regarding money. With jjortrait. 

4233. Orleans (Louis Philippe, Due D' — grandson of tiie Regent, grand- 

father of Louis Philippe. King of France) . L.S. " L. Phil. d'Orleans." 
2 pp. 4 to. Paris, March lii,. 17 GO. Refers to work done on moun- 
tain roads, &c. 

4234. Orleans (Louis Philippe, Due D'). A.L.S. "L. Phil. d'Orleans," 

1 p. 12mo. St. Cloud, April 15, 1776. A request for money. 

4235. Orleans (Louis Philippe, Due D'). D.S. " L. Phil. d'Orleans," 1 p. 

folio, Paris, Xov. 13, 1 ^85. Ordering payment of money. 

4236. Orleans (Louis Philippe, Due D'). Expense account for week com- 

mencing May 15, 1790, signed by M. Ozenne, treasurer, and Le 
Roux Delaville, secty. 1 p. folio, with portrait. 

4237. Orleans (Louis Philippe, Due D"). Another copy of the same. 

4238. Orleans (Louis Philippe, Due D'). D.S. 2 pp. folio, Paris, Xov. 

12, 1791. An account of the expenses and receipts in the Xational 
Treasury. Signed also by his secretary, etc. 

4239. Orleans (Louis Philippe, Due D'). Portrait, full bust in uniform. 

Mezzotint by Levachez, scene and biographical notice in script be- 
neath. 8vo on small folio sheet. 

4240. Orleans (Louis Philippe J., Due D' — surnamed Egalite, father of 

Louis Philippe, King of France). L.S. ••' L. P. Joseph,"' with two 
autograph lines, 2 pp. folio, n.p. April 10, 1792. Relative to lands 
belonging to him. 

4241. Orleans (Louis Philippe J., Due D"). Portrait, bust in oval, Mezzo- 

tint by Levachez, scene and l^iographical account in script beneath. 
Svo on small folio sheet. 

4242. Orleans (Louis Philippe J., Due D'). Portrait, bust in oval. 

Stipple, engraved by Klauber. 4to. 

4243. Orleans (Louis D' — 2d son of Louis Philippe). A.L.S. with ad- 

dressed envelope. 1 p. Svo. Riclmiond, (England), Jan. 12, 1849. 
A letter of thanks. 

4244. Orleans (Henri D', Due D'Aumale — 4th son of Louis Philippe). 

L.S. 1 p. 4to. Constantine, (Algeria), July 14, 1844. To the 
\J. S. Consul at Genoa. Regarding supplies needed by the army. 
With portrait. 

4245. Orleans (Louis Marie A. De Bourbon D' — wife of Philippe Egalite, 

mother of Louis Philippe). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, August 27, 1817. 
Reij-ardini;; taxes. 



4346. Orleans (Helene L. E. — Duchess D' — made unsuccessful attempt to 
obtain the Eegency). Portrait, full length. H. Pigeot sc. Winter- 
halter pinx. 4to. Paris, n.d, 

4247. Okaxge (Prince of — served under Wellington at Waterloo). Por- 

trait, in uniform, on horseback. 4to. In colors. London, [1815] 

4248. Oriental. I'as^-port said to be from the Pasha of Acre, 1829. 1 p. 

8vo. 

4249. Oksini (Felice — Italian revolutionist, executed for attempted assassin- 

ation of Xapoleon III). A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo, n.p.n.d., but " 18o6." 
To a Mrs. Gibson, and probably written in 1856, when he was in 
England. With portrait, bomb in hand. 

4250. Orsini (Felice). Portrait, full bust. Lithograph on India paper from 

a photograph. Proof. 4to. London, 1857. 

4251. Oscar I. — Crown Prince of Sweden, son of Bcrnadotte. Portrait, bust 

in uniform. Unsigned. Line engraving. 4to. 

4252. Ostein-Sacken (Fabian W. — Eussian field-marshal). Portrait, full 

bust in uniform. Grave par Muller, dessine par Smolkv. Stipple. 
Svo. 

4253. Osten-Sacken (Fabian W.). Portrait, full length in uniform. T. T. 

inc. Demarc^ii dis. Stipple. Svo. 

4254. Ostermann-Tolstoi (Alexander I. — Eussian general, served in the 

campaigns of 1806 and 1812). Portrait, bust in uniform. J. G. 
Mansfield sc. Stipple. 4to. Vienna, n.d. 

4255. Otto (Louis G., Comte De Mosley — distinguished diplomat, came to 

the United States in 1779, appointed by Xapoleon to negotiate his 
marriage with Marie Louise). L.S, 2 pp. folio, London", Xov. 24, 
1800. With portrait. 

Written during his first year as Minister-Plenipotentiary to Loudon, re- 
garding bills of exchange. 

4256. Otto (Louis G., Comte De Mosley). L.S. 1 p. 4to. London, July 

22, 1802. To the President of the Eoyal Academy, requesting news 
of the painter Jacques Philippe Lautherbourg. 

4257. Otto (Louis G., Comte De Mosley). Portrait, full bust in oval. S. 

Philipps sculp., J. Jukes pinxt. Stipple. 4to. London, 1802 

4258. OuDiNOT (Nicolas C, Due De Eeggio — Marshal of France). A.L.S. 

"Cte. Oudinot," 1 p. folio, Lille, :\[arch 9, 1816. To the Comte of 
Vaublanc. 

Keconi men ding M. de ronticoure, ex-prefect of Douleur, for a position. 

4259. OuDiNOT (XicoLAs C, Due De EegCxIo). L.S. '• :\[1. Oudinot," 1 p. 

4to. Paris, March 21, 1816. To the Marquis de Gontant-Biron re- 
garding the writers nomination for a society. AVith addressed envel- 
ope, and fine seal. 



4260, OuDixoT (NuoLAs C, Due I)e Reggio). L.S. ''Ml. Oudinot," 1 p. 
folio, Paris. Sept. 18. ISKi. To :\[arslia1 Due do Foltre. Minister of 
War. 

Asking the Minister to make ]»rovision for fourteen inipil-druunners, as 
their age, size, etc., did not warrant their I»eing enlisted in the regular 
army. 

42G1. OuDixoT (Nicolas C, Due De Reggio). A.L.S. " ^^lon.seigueur 
Oudinot/' 1 p. 4to. Joigny. April 21, 1821. To an unknown woman 
friend. 

Regrets not heing able to accompany her to the theatre as he had a 
previous appointment. 

4262. OuDixoT (Nicolas C, Due De Reggio). Portrait, bust in uniform. 

Lith. de Villain. 4to. 

4263. OuDixoT (Nicolas C, Due De Reggio). Portrait, full bust in uni- 

form. Ax. Hubert sc. Stipple. 4to. 

4264. OuDixoT, Joubert, Pichegeu, and others. Portraits, mainly iji uni- 

form. 8vo and 12mo, no duplicates. 20 pieces, 

4265. OuDOT (M. — ^Yicar of Savignv, deputy to the National Assembly). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Biles. (Brussels'?). Dec. 19, 1S21. 

A business and friendly letter, with affectionate greetings to certain 
people and to the recipient. 

4266. OuDOT (M.). Portrait, bust in oval. Guersant sc. Perrin del. Line 

engraving. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4267. Ouvertuke (Paul L'— brother of Toussaint L'Ouverture, the cele- 

brated Negro general of Hayti). D.S. with several lines in his auto- 
graph, also signed by others, 1 p. folio, San Domingo, Feb. 11, 1802, 
also, on separate sheet, D.S. by Demarest, 1 p. folio, San Domingo, 
Feb. 11, 1802. regarding a quantity of mahogany. 

4268. OuvRARD (Gabriel J. — French financier and contractor). Portrait, 

full luLst. Lith. de Villain. Proof before inscription. 8vo. 

4269. Pacca (Bartholommeo — Italian cardinal, imprisoned by Napoleon), 

A.L.S, 2 pp. folio (a portion however in another hand). Rome, n.d. 
With seal. The letter is signed " B. Cardl. Pacca.'" 

4270. Pacca (Bartholommeo). L.S. "Bartolommeo Cardinal Pacca," 

and 4 other words in his autograph. 1 p. folio, Rome, Nov. 25, 182T. 

4271. Pacca (BAirrHOLOMMEo). Portrait, Lith. Fourquemin. 8vo. 

4272. Pache (Jeax Nicolas — French revolutionist, Mavor of Paris. 1793). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, Dec. 27, 1792. To General Kellerman. 

Asking the recipient to do all in his power to aid an English friend who 
is on his way to Italy, and who is to stop some time at the place where 
Kellerman is located. 

4273. Pache (Jeax Nicolas). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. (Dec.) 10, 1792. 

Asking the unnamed recipient if he can furnish a certain number 
of men. "With portrait, full bust in uniform. Lithograph on India 
paper. 



42''A. Pajoi. (Claudk l*iKi;i!E — Frendi <ieiieral, praisud by Xai)()]c'(>ii, who ap- 
pointed him grand oHieer of the Legion of Honor). A.L.S. 1 p. 
folio, Paris, July 13, IcSOO. To General Daniel ( ?). 

Ackiiowledjiing the rec'eii>t of a letter from the Chief of Police. .Tskiiit,' 
the recipient to make a copy of it. etc. 

4275. P.AJOL (Claude PiEUKE). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4to. Paris, Oct. 3, 1825. To 
]\I. Labadie, and stating that he cannot understand why it has taken 
3 months instead of 1 to furnish some specifications. With portrait. 

42:0. Pajol (Claude PiEiutE). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vu. Paris, Jime (or July) 
i:, 1834. To ]\r. Gozan. Informing the recipient that certain dis- 
patches were too late, and that he will see him on the following day. 

42^:. Pajol (Claude Pierre). Portrait, bust in uniform. Bautra sculp, 
dessine d'apres nature par Camoin. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

42T8. Palafox Y Melzi (Jose — Spanish general). Portrait, full bust in 
uniform. A Cardon sculp, de Poxas pinxt. Stipple. 4to. London, 
1809. 

42^9. Palloy (M. — famous in connection with the demolition of the Bastille). 
A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, n.p. July 10, 1821. To M. Dubois. A personal 
letter, saying that he had sprained his foot. 

.4280. P [alloy]. :\Ianuscript of 6 pp. 4to. Dec. 20, ITDl and July 30, 1798; 
PtOLAXD (:\[me p.). A.L.S. 2 pp. 16mo. Nov. 17, 1842; ]\L\crome 
Manuscript, 2 pp. Notes, 4to; :\L\ssexbach (C). A.L.S. 4 pp. 
4to (German). Feb. 10, 1799. Together, 5 pieces. 

4281. Palloy (Pierre F.). A.L.S. 3 pp. 4 to, n.p.n.d. With mention of 

a visit to Lafayette. With portrait, full bust in oval. 

4282. Paxckoucke (Charles L. F. — distinguished French printer, publisher 

and translator). A.S, on two slips of paper, one with his business 
address. Paris, February 2 and August 16, 1842. 2 pieces. 

4283. Paoli (Pasquale Di — celebrated Corsican general, assumed an attitude 

■ of hostility to the dominant party in France, and became an ally or 
partisan of the F]nglish). Portrait, three-quarter length in uniform, 
shipping in the background. German copper engraving, unsigned. 
4to. 

4284. Paoli (Pasquale Di). Portrait, '•■ Pasqal Paoli. Hoofd der Corsen," 

half length, Pam ; Cruys, ex. Etching. 8vo. 

4285. Paoli (Pasquale Di). Portrait, full length in uniform. Sasso inc.. 

Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

4286. Paradis (French general of brigade). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Antwerp, le 19 

Germinal, I'An XII [April 8, 1804]. Peporting the arrival of men 
and horses, and several deserters. 

4287. Park (:\I.).— Minister of the Interior. L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, le 5 

Pluviose, I'An 2. [Jan. 24, 1794]. To the :\Iinister of War. relative 
to commission and letter sent him bv M. Bachelot. 



4288. Paris (Louis P, D'Orlkaxs — grandson of Lonis Philippe, served in 

the American Civil War and wrote a history of it). A.L.S. 1 p. 
12mo. London, n.d. With portrait. 

4289. Paris Views. Ceremony of Te Dcum of the Allied Armies on the 

Square of Louis XV. at Paris. In colors, after a drawing by Moreau. 
Folio. London, 1815 

4290. Paris Views. Bourse et Tribunal de Commerce. Colored lithograph 

after Arnout. Folio. 

4291. Paris A^ews. Eglise de la Madeleine. Colored lithograph after 

Arnout. 

4292. Paris Views. Grand entry of the Allied Sovereigns into Paris on the 

31st of March 1814. In colors. Folio. London, 1815 

4293. Paris Views. Paris en Ballon. Tinted lithograph after Arnout. Folio. 

London and Paris, 1846 

4294. Paris Views. Paris Monumental et ses Environs. Buland sculpt. 

Grant del. Folio. Paris, n.d. 

Contains a large number of engraved views of mouiimental structures 
in and about Paris. 

4295. Paris Views. Vue de la Tour S. Jacques la Boucherie. Colored litho- 

graph after Arnout. Folio. 

4296. Paris Views, &c. "Notre Dame." S. L. Smith, Boston, n.d. 8vo; 

The Pantheon. J. Taylor del., J. Storer sc. Etching. Oblong 
12mo; Eglise de S. Genevieve. A. Pugin, Jr., del., J. Tingle sc. 
India paper. London, 1829. 12mo; Arch in the Place du Carousel, 
1815. Line. T. Dale sc. London, 1821. Folio'; State Prison. Un- 
signed. London, 1816. 8vo. ; Hotel des Invalides. I^nsigned. 4to; 
The Tuileries. Process plate. Oblong 4to (7 pieces). 

4297. Paris Views, &c. Exterieure du Theatre Frangais. Unsigned. 4to; 

Palace of Schonbrunn near Vienna. Etching. Drawn by Capt. 
Batty. Engraved by W. Wallis. London, 1823. Oblong 12mo; 
Notre Dame. L. Artigue. Before letters. Small folio : Palace of St. 
Cloud. Etching. Capt. Batty. G. Corbould. London, 1821. 4to; 
Tuileries. Chamouin, direxit.*^ 4to; Bridge of St. Angelo, Eome. 
Etching. Unsigned. New York. 4to (6 pieces). 

4298. Paris Views, &c. Five scenes of Paris, and 5 of other European 

cities. Line, &c. Various sizes (10 pieces) Paris, &c. v.d. 

4299. Parish (Johx). A.L.S. 3 pp. 12mo. No place, no date. Mentions 

his old friend Bliicher whom he met in 1806. 

4300. Parker (Sir Hyde — English vice-admiral). Portrait: Ossian. Por- 

trait; Philippe Due d'Orleans, brother of Louis XIV. Portrait: 
Monsieur Eetaut de Villette — famous in connection with the affair 
of the diamond necklace. Portrait (mezzotint) : J. P. Peleiier — 
French journalist. Portrait: " Eustan, der Leib Mameluck des 
Kaisers Napoleon." Portrait: A. L. L. de-Saint- Just — French revo- 
lutionist. Portrait ; G. J. Spence — member of the cabinet under Pi.tt. 
Portrait. Folio and 8vo. Together, 8 pieces. 



4301. Pascal- Vallong.ue (Joseph S. — French general, killed at Gaeta, 

1806). A.L.S. 2 pp. 8vo. Bologne, July 22, 1804. To Count 
**** ( ?) giving him suggestions how to approach the Minister 
(l)rol)al)ly of War). With portrait. 

4302. Passport in Arabic for the Holy Land. 1 p. folio. 19th century. 

4303. Passports in Aral)ic for Upper Egypt. 1 p. folio. 19th century. 

3 pieces. 

4304. Pastoret (Claude E. J. P. — one of the Council of Five Hundred). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 12nio. n.p.n.d. An order for G copies of a book. 

4305. Pastoret (Claude E. J. P.). Portrait, full Inist in oval. F. Bonneville 

del. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

430G. Paul I. (Petrovitch) — Emperor of Eussl\. Portrait, full length 
in uniform. Grave par Aug. Zaffonato. Stipple. Small folio. 

4307. Paul I. (Petrovitch). Portrait, full length in uniform. Sasso inc. 

Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

4308. Paymaster's Warrant. Duplicate Copy. In favor of John Tretwell 

for £16.0.3. authorized by William, Hereditary Prince of Orange, 
then commanding Mis Majesty's forces in Holland, field-marshal at 
Waterloo, &c. Attested as a " true copy " by J. Colborne, with signa- 
ture as Col. &c. Also, at Waterloo. With signature of Tretwell. 
Folio. Bmssells, 1814-15 

4309. Pemartin (M. — member of the A'ational Convention). L.S. 1 p. folio 

(Paris, May 21, 1794). From the Committee of General Safety to 
the Civil Committee in the Lombard section, asking them to do their 
best to maintain peace and instil that feeling of patriotism which 
every lover of liberty should have. 

4310. Pex and Ink Draavings (2), unsigned, of Adam and Eve in the garden 

of Eden. Folio. Finely executed. 

4311. Penn (William). William Penn's Treaty with the Indians, when he 

founded the Province of Pennsylvania. John Hall sculpsit. Benj. 
West pinxit. Line engraving. Large folio, with margins. 

London, 1775 

4312. Penn (William). Guillaume Penn traite avec les Indiens, etab- 

lissant la Province de Pcnsilvanie dans 1' Amorique septentrionale en 
1681. D*** sculp. Benj. West pinxit. Line engraving. Folio. 

Paris, n.d. 

4313. Penthievre (Louis J. M. De Bourbon — grandfather of Louis 

Philippe, King of France). A.L.S. "L. J. M. de Bourbon." 1 p. 
8vo. Sceaux, June 29, 1786. Eegarding a letter. 

4314. Penthievre (Louis J. M. De Bourbon). A.L.S. "L. J. M. de 

Bourbon." 1 p. 8vo. Paris, Dec. 15, 1779. A letter of recommenda- 
tion. 



4;5ir>. VvA'K (GiKifJKLMO — French jMiim-lial-dc-Caiii])). A.L.S. 1 p. 12nin 
(with address). No ])hice, no (hite. '\\) Mine. Kinnia Mailiew with 
a copy of his " Memoirs,'' &c. 

4;?l(i. I'lcitCY (HuGiT, DuKK OF XoijTi I T M liiOKLAX I) — nnijor-<;oneral in Ameri- 
can Kevolution, foujiiit at Bunkei' Hill). Portrait, full bust in oval. 
Engraved by S. W. Eeynokls after T. IMiillips. Mezzotint (edges 
relined). London, ISOG 

431T. Perier (Casimir — Minister of .State). Autograpli signiatnrc lo portion 
of letter, n.p.n.d. 

4318. Perier (Casimik). A.L. 1 p. Svo. n.p.n.d. 

4319. Perignox (Dominique C. — Marshal of France). A.L. third person, 

on his printed stationery. 1 p. 4to. Paris. Nov. 14, 1802. To mem- 
ber of the senate Ganchy. Witli tlie a(hlressed notice referred to in 
the note. 2 pieces. 

Telling biiu that lie has just received the enclosed notice (see above), 
and asking him to assembie as niauy members as i)ossibIe. ..." I 
will go to the senate at St. Cloud," etc. 

4320. PiiRiGNOx (Dominique C). Portrait, full bnst in nniform. Engraved 

by Rocheraux. Stipple. Svo. 

4321. Perouse (Jean F. De La — celebrated French navigator, served in the 

American Eevolution). Five autograph lines and signature on a 
strip of paper. December 31, 1778. With portrait. 2 pieces. 

4322. Perouse (Jean F. De La). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Proof 

before all letters on India paper. Stipple. 4to. Slightly spotted. 

4323. Perrot (Louis — Minister of the Interior). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris. 

Dec. 10, 1845. Is sending out a number of autographs, &c. 

4324. Peru. Callao de Lima. Line engraving. Folio. 

4325. Petiet (Claude — Minister of War). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, le 12 

Pluvio se, FAn [Feb. 1, 1797]. To Municipal Administrator of 
Xantes, referring to deportation of prisoner arrested there. 



At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Fourteenth Session, Numbers 4326 to 4646, Inclusive 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 21st, AT 2.30 O'CLOCK 

For date of other sessions; see "ORDER OF SALE," page supra. 



4320. Tetiox De Villexeuvk (Jerome — Frenc-h revolutiouist, elected Mayor 
of Paris in preference to Lafayette). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, July 
2(3, 1792. To the Mayor of Lyons. 

Regarding the payment of money to M. Bisson in Paris. 

4327. Petiox De Yilleneuve (Jerome). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, August 

12, 1792. With portrait. 

To tlie commanding general aslving him if lie has influence enough 
with the National Assembly to protect the king and his family. If not. he 
promises to send reinforcements at once. 

4328. Petiox De YiLLEXEUVE (Jerome). Portrait, full bust in oval. Sardi 

sc. Stipple. 8vo. In Yenezia, n.d. 

4329. Petion De YiLLEXEUVE (Jerome). Portrait, bust in oval. Mezzotint 

by Levachez, procession and biographical notice in script beneath. 
Svo, on small folio sheet. 

4330. Petiox De Yillexeuve (Jerome). Portrait, bust in oval. Za finden 

bey len G. Klauber, gezeichnet von Guerin. Stipple. 4to. 

4331. Peyre axd j\La.isse (both voted for death of Louis XYL). D.S. by 

both, 2 pp. 4to. Nice, Aug. 22, 1795. To Citizen Yillars, Envoy Ex- 
traordinary to the Republic of Genoa. On official business. 

4332. Philadelphia Yiews. Merchant's Exchange. Lithograph in colors 

after Aug. Kollner. 4to. New York, 1S48 

4333. Philadelphia Yiews. Eainnount Water-Works. Lithograph after 

Aug. Kollner. 4to. New York, 1848 

4334. Philadelphia A^fews. La Yille Gapitale de Pensylvanie. Grave par 

B. F. Leizolt. Dutch line engraving. In colors. 4to. 

4335. Philip II., Kixo Of Spaix. Portrait, bust in armor. Copper en- 

graving bv Ycrtue after Titian. Small folio. [London], 1735 



4336. Philip IV., King of Spain. Acte issued during his time, 1 p. folio, 

vellum, 1625. 

4337. PiCHEGRU (Charles — French general, exiled for his part in the Bour- 

bon conspiracy). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Frankendal, I'An III. [lTli4]. 
Orders General Ambert [of the army of the Xorth] to assemble his 
troops at a certain point and to hold them in readiness for marching. 

4338. PiCHEGRU (Cliarles). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Headquarters at Haguenau, 

Jan. 16, 1796. To General Vandamme. 

Acknowledges receipt of the news of Vandamme's arrival and says 
that lie will try to have the Sth regt. placed under his command. 

4339. PiCHEGRU (Charles). Portrait, bust in oval. Engraved by H. R. 

Cook, after the Countess De Tott. Stipple. 4to. London, 1804 

4340. PiCHEGRU (Charles). Portrait, bust in uniform, wearing hat. F. 

Bonneville del. et sculp. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4341. PiCHEGRU (Charles). Portrait, bust in uniform. Mezzotint by Leva- 

chez, battle scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 8vo on 
small folio sheet. 

4342. PiCHEGRU (Charles). Portrait, full length in uniform. Grave par 

Coqueret, dessine par Hilaire. Mezzotint, Folio, much creased and 
rulibed, small margins. 

4343. PiCHEGRU (Charles). Portrait, full length in uniform, standing. 

Biasioli inc. Basio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

4344. PiCHEGRU (Charles). Le Triomphe des Armees Francaises [Avrii 

1797]. Moncaldy sculp., containing full length stipple figures of 
Pichegm and others, holding portions of Continental Europe. Large 
folio. Paris, n.d. 

4345. PiCTON (Sir Thomas — British general, killed at "Waterloo). Signa- 

ture (with several others) to an account for mules for the garrison 
at Grenada. 1 p. folio. Trinidad, Feb. 23, 1798. With portrait, 
on horseback. 

4346. PiCTON (Sir Thomas), Portrait, bust in uniform. Engraved by W. 

Daniell after Geo. Dance. 4to. London, 1809 

4347. PiCTON (Sir Thomas). Portrait, on horseback. Folio. In colors. 

London, 1815. 

4348. PiERRET (French Officer). D.S. 2 pp. folio. 1777. To "A Monsei- 

gneur le Prince de Eobecq, lieutenant general commandant en Flan- 
dre." Relating to a certain Claude Pierret whose three guns were 
taken from his house, and asking for their return. 

4349. Pierret (M.) (Member of the Xational Convention). D.S. 1 p. 4to. 

[Paris], le 8 Messidor, I'An. Ill [June 26, 1795], Signature on a 
passport. With wax seal. 



4350. PiGXATELLi, Pkince OF MoLiTERXO, A.L.S. 2 i^p. 4to (includiug leaf 

of address). Paris, Jan. 28, 1803. To M. de Peregaux, disclaiming 
any knowledge of the man, Algaine, ^\^\\o called upon him for some 
silverware, &c. 

4351. PiLLE (Louis Antoixe — French general). L.S. with two lines in his 

autograjih. 2 pp. folio, Paris, Feb. 10, 1793. To tlie Committee of 
Public Safety. 

A request from the Commission to consider the case of Rene Valot. a 
volunteer in the company of Aerostiert at Averene, who liacl been forced 
to rejoin this company. The document is also signed by Consul Carnot. 
Boissy-d'Anglas and several others. 

4352. Pine (Johx^ — English engraver, published the famous edition of 

Horace, 1737). Portrait, full bust in oval. Done from an original 
picture painted by Mr. Hogarth in imitation of Eembrandt, by J. 
McArdell. Mezzotint. 4to, cut to plate mark. 

4353. Pixteville (Jx. De — Baron de Cernon, deputy from Chalons-sur- 

Marne). Portrait, full bust in oval. P. M. Alix sculp., Sandoz del. 
Mezzotint, small 4to. 

4354. Pisa. Original water color drawing of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Un- 

signed. 8vo. 

4355. Pitt (William, Earl Of Chatham). Portrait, half length. En- 

graved by H. Meyer, drawn by I. Jackson, after Hoppner. Stipple. 
Open letters. Folio. London, 1810 

4356. Pitt (William, Earl Of Chatham). Portrait, full bust, from an 

original drawing by the late Mr. Savers in the possession of Francis 
Turner. Drawn on stone by E. J. L. (not published). 8vo. 

4357. Pitt (William, Earl Of Chatham), Portrait, full length, standing, 

G. A Sasso inc. G. B. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

4358. Pitt (William, the YouxCtEr). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. [London], Xov. 

2, 1796, To a friend relative to a " Memorial " he has written for 
his account; mentions meeting Dr, Johnstone. 

4359. Pius YL — entered into an alliance with Austria and other powers 

against the French Picpublic, Portrait, l)ust in oval. Line engrav- 
ing. 4to. 

4360. Pius YL Portrait, three-quarter length, in roljes, after Meer. Small 

folio. 1<92 

4361. Pius YL Portrait, full length in robes. L. Eados inc. G. B. Bosio 

dis. Stipple. 8vo, 

4362. Pius YII. — crowned Xapoleon Emperor, 1804. L.S. 1 p. 4to. April 

7, 1792, 

4363. Pius YII. Brief on vellum addressed to Antonio Acciaioli, a priest of 

Arezzo, exempting him from residence in the place where he had ob- 
tained a benefice. Eoma?, September 27, 1802. AVith portrait. 2 
pieces. 



4364. Pius Yil. Poi-trait, bust in oval, luiiiraved by G. Maile, after Joseph 
Bazzoli. Sti])ple. Open letter i)roof on India paper. 4to. 

London, 1817 

43G5. Pius VII. Portrait, bust in oval. Grave par J. Bouilliard, dessine 
d'apres nature par Victor Auger. Line engraving. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

436G. Pius VII. Portrait, bust in oval, (iiovanni Folo inc. IBKi. Line en- 
graving. 4to. Itoma, n.d. 

4367. Pius VII. Portrait, bust in oval, in robes. Grave par N. Courbe, 

dessine . . . par X. Gosse, 1814. Line engraving. 4to Paris, n.d. 

4368. Pius VII. Portrait, bust in robes, together with similar portraits of 

Cardinals Consalvi and Pacca. Open letters. Unsigned. 8vo. 

4369. Pius VII. Portrait, bust in oval, wearing i-obes. F. De Martas s., X". 

Schiavon d. 4to. 

4370. Pius A' 11. Portrait, bust in robes. Proof in open letters. Line en- 

graving. 4to. 

4371. Pius VII. Portrait, half length. Lithograph after Mauraisse, 1825, 

4to. 

4373. Pius VM. Portrait, half lengtb, in robes. G. Wulmar fece. Stipple in 
brown. 4to. 

4373. Pius VII. Portrait, three-quarter lengtb, at devotions. Grave par 

Pibault. Copper engraving. 4to and another. 2 pieces. Paris, n.d. 

4374. Pius VII. Portrait, full length in robes. Line engraving. Small folio. 

Venice, n.d. 

4375. Pius VII. ^liniature portrait, full length in robes. Bosselman s. 

Stipple. Printed in colors. 12mo. Portion of margin cnt away. 

4376. Puts VII. The same, in l)lack. Proof l)efore inscription. 8vo, full 

margins. ,^ 

4377. Pius IX., during whose pontificate the Pope's temporal power was abol- 

ished. A.L.S. As Cardinal G. M. Mastai-Ferretti, to Sig. Alessandro 
Mosconi. 1 p. 4to, September 13, 1844. With portrait. 2 pieces. 
Expressing his sorrow for the ilhiess of Card. Belli. 

4378. Platew (Count — Kussian general, entered Paris with a troop of Cos- 

sacks). Portrait, bust in uniform. Stipple and line. In colors. Un- 
signed. 8vo. 

4379. Platow (Count). Portrait, half length in uniform. H. S. Cook 

sculpt. Kambauer pinxt. Stipple. Open letters. 4to. 

London, 1814 

4380. P]-.\T()w (Count). Portrait, half length in uniform. Stipple in brown. 

Unsigned. 4to. ^ Wien, n.d. 



4381. Platow (Count). Portrait, half leiigtli in uniform. H. S. Cook 
sculpt. Eambaucr ])inxt. Stip])le. 4to. London, 1814 

438',^. Platow (Count). Portrait, half length in uniform. Gem. v. C. Alt- 
ing zu Yassi, gest. v. F. Bollinger. Stipple. 8vo. 

4383. Platow (Count). Portrait, together with those of M. L. Kutusow 

and L. A. Wittgenstein, on one sheet, all busts in uniform. Stipple. 
Unsigned. 4to. 

4384. Platow (Count). Portrait, full length in uniform. Drawn by AV. 

Heath. Folio. In colors. London, 1814 

4385. Platow (Count). Portrait, in uniform, on horseback. 4to. In col- 

ors. London, 1815 

4386. Platow (Count). Portrait " Furst Platow Hettmann der Kosaken," 

on horseback. Line engraving. In colors. Svo. 

4387. PoLiGNAc (Augusts J. A. M., Prince De — Minister of State, tried 

for treason and condemned to imprisonment for life). A.L.S. 1 p. 
4to, n.p. Jan. 23, 1839. 

The writer regrets uot being able to consider the prospect of I)eeoming 
Hon. I'resident of a society for tlie benefit of sailors, as the events (luring 
the Revolution and in 1S30 (his trial, etc.) have deprive<l him of his 
fortune. 

4388. PoLiGNAC (AuGUSTE J. A. M., Prince De). A.L.S. 3 pp. 12mo, in- 

cluding addressed portion. Sunday morning, no place, no date. l?e- 
quests copies of a speech delivered by him, &c. "With portrait and 
view. 

4389. PoLiGNAc (AuGUSTE J. A. M., Prince De). Portrait, full bust. 

Gest. V. G. Metzeroth, Julieu gez. Line engraving. 8vo. 

4390. PoLiGNAC (Auguste J. A. M., Prince De). Portrait, full bust. En- 

graved by Chazal. 4to. 

4391. PoLiGNAC (Melciuor De — French diplomatist and Latin poet, became 

cardinal in 1713). L.S. " M. Card, di Polignac," 1 p. 4to. Home, 
1736. With portrait, after lligaud. 

4393. PoMME L'Americain. A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, le 27 Nivose, I'An II 
[Jan. 7, 1794], stating that he is unable to pass judgment upon a cer- 
tain case unless he has all the papers therein. 

Tile writer of tlie above was Andre Pomme (17.5G-1S43), I^eputy from 
La Guyane to the Convention of 1702, and Member of the Council of Five 
Hundred. He was known, chiefly, by the sobriquet " Pomme I'Americain." 

4393. Pompadour (Jeanne Antoinette Poissox, Marquise De — the cele- 
brated mistress of Louis XV.). A.L.S. to Prince Charles de Rohan 
de Soubise, General and favorite Courtier of Louis XV. 3 pp. 8vo. 
Versailles, November 5, 1757. With seal bearing the royal arms of 
France. 

Assuring the I'rince de Soubise of the esteem of tlie King and that he 
will continue to show him favors. 



4391. PoNiATOWSKi (Joseph A., rmxcE — Marshal of France, commanded a 
corps of the grand army which invaded Hussia in 1812, drowned in 
the Elster). Enssian D.S., signed in full. 4to. Undated. With 
portrait, full Icngtli, in uniform. 

The karf.st of the autographs of the Marshals of Napoleon. 

4395. PoNiATOWSKi (Joseph A., Prixce). Portrait, hust in uniform. James 

Hopwood sc. A. Brodowski pinx. Line engraving on India paper, 
name in gold letters. 8vo. 

4396. PoxiATOWSKi (Joseph A., Prixce). Portrait, full length, in uni- 

form, seated on rock. "Giuseppe Principe Poniatowski." Sasso inc., 
Demarchi del. Stipple. 8vo. 

4397. PoxiATOWSKi (Joseph A., Prixce). " Le Pee. Poniatowski fait des 

adieux a sa famille." A Paris chez Trombetta (Xo. 1 of the series 
of 4), the faces in tints. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

4398 PoxiATQWSKi (Joseph A.. Prixce). " Mort du Prince Poniatowski." 
Line and stipple. A Paris, chez Trombetta. No. 2 of the series of 4, 
the faces in tints. 4to (slightly stained). Pans, n.d. 

4399. PoxiATOWSKi (Joseph A.. Prixce). "Le Corps du Pee. Poniatowski 

retrou^e dans I'Elster." A Paris, chez Trombetta. No. 3 of the 
series of 4, the faces in tints. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

4400. PoxiATOWsKi (Joseph A., Prixce). -'La Pee. Poniatowski apprend 

la mort de son epoux." A Paris, chez Trombetta. No. 4 of the series 
of 4, the faces in tints. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

4401. PoxiATOwsKi (Joseph A., Prixce). Mort de Poniatowski. Litho- 

graph after "Weber. India paper. 4to. 

4402. PoxiATOwsKi (Joseph A., Prixce). The finding of the body of Ponia- 

towski by fishermen. Lithograph. 4to. Margins on 3 sides cut 
away. 

4403. Poxs De A'erdux^ (Robert — French revolutionist, meml)er of the Con- 

vention). L.S. 3 pp. folio. [Paris], le premier Thermidor, I'An 
III [July 19, 1795]. Extract from the records of the Legislative 
Committee annulling two verdicts of the Court of Cassation. Signed 
also ])y [Laplaigne] . 

4404. Pope Clemext XIII. Portrait, full bust in oval. Line engraving, 

small folio. 

4405. PoRCHEE AXD Peres — French revolutionists, both voted for confine- 

ment of Louis XYI. L.S. by both. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Dec. 14, 1794. 
Stating that the jury must remain in court until the case they have 
under consideration is settled. 

4406. Portal (Pierre B. — French administrator, ]\Iinister of Marine). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. Oct. 1, 1799. To Citizen Julliot on personal 
matters. 



4407. roRTALis (David — brother of the famous French Minister of State of 

same name). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, le 24 Floreal, I'An 4 [May 
15, 1796]. To the Ministei; of War, soliciting an appointment. 

4408. PoiiTALis (Jeax E. M. — distinguished French jurist, Minister of 

State). L.S. Ip. 4to. Paris, April 18, 1802. To the Chief of Police. 
With portrait. 

Advises the Chief of Police to forbid journalists using the terms ancient 
bisho]! and constitKtiuiial liishop. as sucli terms may awalceu ideas of 
disunion. 

4409. PoKTALis (Jeax E. U.). L.S. 3 pp. folio. Paris, le 7 Prairiai, I'An 9. 

[May 26, 1801]. Informs Gavoty, Xaturalist, that it will be use- 
less to grant him an interview ; is sending him 1,000 francs on ac- 
count. Signed also by [Lefebre]. AVith portrait. 

4410. PoETALis (Jeax E. M.). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 24, 1847. To the 

Minister of War, asking position for one of his relatives. 

4411. PoRTALis (Jean E. M.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Stipple. 

Unsigned. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4412. PoRTiEZ (Louis — Director "de I'ficole de Droit de Paris," one of the 

Council of 500). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April 13, 1807. To Fro- 
chot. Councillor of State, asking for an appointment for a relation. 

4413. PoRTS^iiouTH, N". H. Vue perspective du port de Portsmouth, villa 

D'Angleterre, dans le Hampshire dans I'Isle de Portsey. Dutch line 
engraving in colors. 4to. 

4414. PouLLAix De Grandprey. Chenier, and Others. D.S. by Citizen 

Machat, and coimtersigned bv several, including the above. 2 pp. 
folio. Paris, August, le 29 thermidor, I'An V [August 17, 1797]. 
Mentions losing all his fortune in the service of his country, that he 
is out of employment, &c., and desires position in the Department 
of Forestry in the district of the Vosges. Eecommended by Poul- 
lain De Grandprey, &c. 

4415. Poussielgue (E. — in charge of the defences of the army in Egypt). 

L.S. 10 pp. folio. Toulon, May 4, 1800. To the Consuls of the 
Republic. (Letter needs repairs.) With portrait, full bust on 
India paper. 

An interesting letter stating that the writer is about to leave Alex- 
andria, but is prevented by the English, acting on orders received from 
London, forwarded by Gen. Keith to Gen. Kleber, wherein it is stated 
that the English government will observe no terms or agreements made 
between the French and the Turks, etc. Also account of Gen. Dugua and 
his voyage from Alexandria to Leghorn. 

4416. Pozzo Di BoRGO (Carlo A. — eminent diplomatist and general; served 

with Bernadotte; regarded Napoleon as a personal enemy, and con- 
tributed to his overthrow). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p.n.d. With por- 
trait, full bust in uniform. Also separate signature. Together, 3 
pieces. 



44i;'. Pkaukl (Comte De — Director General of the Kiiin's llouseliold ). L.S. 
1 p. folio. Paris, Nov. 19, 181 (J. Informs .M. liodin tliat tlie Chief 
of Police is forbidden to seize the trunks of Prince Eugene Beauliar- 
nais [Napoleon's stepson]. 

4418. PiLVDT (Abbe Dominique De — Archbishop of Malines, Andjassador to 

Warsaw). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Malincs, Oct. 20, 181U, certifying that 
the books to be sold by auction belong to tlie archbishopric, &c. 
AVith copperplate portrait, and wax seal. 

4419. Pkadt (Abbe Dominique De). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p.n.d. JAclative 

to meeting to take place on the following Wednesday. \A'ith por- 
trait. 

4420. Pkadt (Abbe Dominique De). Portraits, (1) full length. Todes- 

chini inc., Demarchi dis. ; (2) full bust. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo 
and 12mo. 2 pieces. 

4421. Pkandon (M.). (Member of the Convention.) L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, 

le 21 Pluviose, I'An Til [Feb. 10, ir94|. To the Committee on 
Transportation, requesting carriage and 3 horses for one of the mem- 
bers of the Military Committee. 

4422. Pbeval (Claude A. H. — French general, served in Italy, gained dis- 

tinction as writer on military affairs). D.S. by him, also signed by 
Jay Vernon (Col, of Engineers), and others. 2 pp. folio, n.p. 
Jan. 4, 1797. 

4423. Prim (Juan — Spanish general). A.L.S. 2 pp. 8vo. Brussels, Jan. 

9, no year. To a lawyer stating that his name is not to be used un- 
less absolutely necessary. 

4424. PiuNCE Geoege Of Dexmauk. Portrait. Line engraving by Sheppard 

after White. Small folio. 

4425. Prior (Matthew — English poet). Portrait, three-quarter length, 

sculptured bust of John Locke in background. I. Faber fecit. Mez- 
zotint. 4to. Margins cut away. (London) 1736 

44.26. Prieur, C.\PtNOT and Lindet. D.S. three signatures. 1 p. folio. 
Paris, le 6 Thermidor, I'An II [July 25, 1794]. Committee of Public 
Safety inquiring about a decision rendered by the Commission of 
National Eevenues. Signed by Prieur de la Marne, J. F. C. Carnot, 
and J. B. E. Lindet, members of the Committee. (Slight damage 
to lower margin.) 

4427. Putter (Johann S.— celebrated German publicist). Portrait, full 

bust in oval. J. E. Haid sculp. A. V. 1777, H. F. L. :Matthieu 

])inx., 1778. 8vo. 

4428. PuYSEGUR (A. :\r. J. Dk Chastenet De — French general). L.S. 

4 pp. folio. Paris, Aug. 31, 1767. Eefers to the refusal of the clergy 
to allow M. De Machault to know the condition of his estate, and 
offers considerations as to the best method of reforming the pres- 
ent situation of affairs, &c. 



4429. QuiNKT (Edgak — French writer and philo.sopher). A.X.S. Asking 

a ticket for a lady who wished U) he present at a service in Xotre 
Dame. 1 p. l"-.^mo. n.d. 

4430. QuiXETTE [Nicolas Makie — ^femher of the Convention]. A.L.S. 1 p. 

4to. March 31, 1793. Eeqnesting a snni of money. 

4431. QuiXETTE (XicoLAS Maiue). L.S. 'i pp. folio. Paris, Oct. 5. 1799. 

To the Minister of War. 

Written <l>iring the short time he was Minister of tlie Interior (a por- 
tion of 1799). At a celebration on August 10. 1799, the National Geudar- 
mery took precedence over the troops of the line. Fearing' there was 
some misinterpretation of the law the writer asks to have the same ex- 
plained. 

4432. QuiXETTE (XicoLAs Marie). Portrait, hust in ovah F. Bonneville 

del. et scnlp. Line engraving. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4433. QuiXETTE (XicoLAS Marie). Portrait, f nil hust. Early lithog-raph. 

Unsigned. 8vo. 

4434. Quebec Views, fitat malhenreux du Queheck et de la Surveillante 

Yaiseau de Guerre Francois. Dutch line engraving hy Leizel in 
colors. 4to. (Lower portion of margin slightly damaged.) 1779 

4435 Quebec Views. Quebec, the capitol of Canada. Copper engraving by 
Roberts. 4to. [<^'"-f« 1^84] 

4436. Quebec Views. Siege of Quebec. Copper engraving. Unsigned. 
Small folio. [^ '''•'« 1''84] 

443 r. Quebec Views. Siege of Quebec. Copper engraving by Chesham 
after painting by Chartres. Folio. [Circa 1790] 

4438. Quebec Views. Quebec and Fort. Tinted lithograph after Kollner. 

4|.Q_ Xew York, 1851 

4439. Quebec Views. Vue de la Place capitate dans la Ville basse a Quebec. 

Grave par F. X. Habermann. Dutch line engraving. In colors. 
4to. 

4440. Quebec Views. Quebeck. Grave par B. F. Leizelt. Dutch line en- 

graving. In colors. 4to. 

4441. Quebec Views. A'ue de la haute Ville a Quebec avec la Place pour 

'aller a Cavalier du :\[oulin. Grave par F. X. Habermann. Dutch 
line engraving. In colors. 4to. 

4442. Quebec Views. Vue de la basse Ville k Quel)ec vers le fleuve St. 

Laurent. Grave par F. X, Hal)ermann. Dutch line engraving. In 
colors. 4to. 

4443. Quebec Views. Vuc de la Piue des Recolets dans la haute Aalle de 

Quebec. • Grave par F. X. Haliermann. Dutch line engraving. In 
colors. 4to. 



4:4:4:4. Eabaut-St.-IiItienne (Jeax P. — Member of the Convention). A.L.8. 
3 i3p. 4to. Ninies, Feb. 28, 1789, sending copy of a book ciowned by 
the Academy of Marseilles, &;c. 

4445. Kabaut-St.-Etienne (Jeax P.). Portrait, full bust in oval. Voyex 

Jor. sc. Perrin del. Line engraving. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4446. Eabaut-St.-Etienne, and others. L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, le 21 Floreal, 

I'An III [May 10, 1795]. Issued by the Committee of Public Safety 
approving the zeal, &c. of Citizen [Troisoeute] relative to his pub- 
lished article on treaty between the Eepul^lic and Prussia. Signed, 
also, by Merlin de Douai, and another. With portrait. 

4447. Radal. D.S. 1 p. folio. St. Servan, le 5 Complementaire [Sept. 21, 

1799]. x^ccount of vinegar consumed at the Magazin de Saint 
Malo. 

4448. Eadet (Etienne — French general, sent Ijv Xai)oh'on to arrest Pope 

Pius VII). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Florence, Xov. 18, 1808. To the 
Gov.-Gen. of Tuscany. Eelative to munitions of war. 

4449. Eadet (Etienne). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Milan, Sept. 25, 1805. To 

M. Gossuin, general administrator of forests. 

Requests him to use his influence in behalf of his (Radet's) cousin. 

4450. Eamel (D. — Minister of Finance in the French Eevolution). Official 

L.S. to the Director of the School of Xational Equitation in refer- 
ence to some piece of furniture. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, January 14, 1796. 

4451. Eamel (Jean Pierre— French general, assassinated in 1815). A.L.S. 

3 pp. folio, Toledo (Spain), Dec. 10, 1812. To the Duke De Feltre 
(Henri J. G. Clarke), Minister of War. On military matters. 

4452. Eampon (Antoixe G.— made general of division for valor at the Battle 

of the Pj^raniids). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio, Paris, Feb. 12. 1805. To 
M. Perregaux, President of the Bank of France. Eegarding money 
matters. 

4453. Eapp (Jeax — French general, aide-de-camp to Bonaparte). A.L.S. 1 p. 

4to. Paris, Jan. 17, 1819. To General *** ( ?) AVith portrait. 

The Minister of War having given hopes to Col. Schneider of becoming 
commander of a legion on the frontier in the east of France, the writer 
begs the general to use all his influence on behalf of Schneider. 

4454. Eapp (Jeax). Portrait, full length in uniform, standing. Charon 

sculpsit, Aubry pinxit 1805. Mezzotint. Folio. " Paris, n.d. 

4455. Eapp (Jeax). "Eapp a la defense de Dantzick," containing portrait, 

on horseback. Mezzotint. ITnsigiied. 4to, also lithographic portrait 
of Eapp. 2 pieces. 

4456. Easpail (Fkaxqois Y. — French chemist and politician). Portrait, half 

length, wearing badge. Lithograph. 



4457. Eayn'al (GuiLLAinrE T. F. — French liis^torian). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. 

Pari.<, Sept. 28, 1780. To M. Bereiiger. 

A friendly letter in which Raynal tells Bereuger that he often thinks 
with pleasure of the welcome he received, and asks about a monument to 
be erected at I^ucerne. 

4458. IJayxal (Guillaume T. F.). Torlrait, full leiigtli. Eades inc. Bra- 

niati dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

4459. Eecamier (Jeanne F. J. A. B. — celebrated French beauty, courted in 

vain l)y Xapoleon). A.L.S. 2 pp. Svo, including addressed portion. 

[Paris]. ^larch IT. no year. To j\I. Amedee Butaille. sympathising 

with him in a recent loss, &c. With 2 portraits, one full length, after 
Gerard. 

44G0. Eecajiier (Jeanne F. J. A. B.). Portrait, half length. Unsigned. 
4to. n.p.n.d. 

44(31. Eeductiox of Algiers. Aquatint after a drawing by A. Salame, con- 
taining portraits of Ouuir Bacha, Sir James Brisbane, Sir Chailes 
Penrose, etc. Folio. London, 1816 

4462. Eegnaud De St.-Jean-D'Angely (Auguste M. E. — French general, 

commanded the Imperial Guard at the battle of Magenta). A.L.S. 

1 p. folio, Paris, June 13, 1815. Informing Carnot that he has left 
a report. With portrait. 

4463. Eegnaltd De St.-Jean-D'Angely (Auguste M. E.) A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Paris. May 29, no year. Congratulates Baron Mounier upon his 
matrimonial prospects. 

4464. Eegnier (Claude A., Due De Massa). L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, March 

26, 1805. To M. Collin, Minister of State. Acknowledging receipt of 
letter relative to prisoners, and ordering attorney general of the 
criminal courts at Alexandria to proceed against them. 

4465. Eegnier ( Claude A., Due De Massa). L.S. " I^ due de Massa," 1 p. 

folio, n.p. Dec. 22, 1811. To the Councillor of State. 

Regarding 3 bales of cloth' which the customs authorities had seized, 
and wliich belonged to M. Cordee, the owner having sent a protest to 
Napoleon. 

4466. Eegnier (Claude A., Due De Massa). A.L.S. " Le Due de Massa," 

2 pp. 4to. Beauvais, Dec. 6, 1814. To the Duke de la Eochefoucauld, 
regarding land. 

4467. Eegnier (Claude A., Due De Massa). Portrait, bust in uniform. 

Dessine d'apres nature par A. Guerin & grave par E. G. Herhan. 
Stipple. With margins. Fine impression. 

4468. Eegnier (Claude A., Due De Massa). Portrait, bust in uniform. 

Dessine d'apres nature J. Guerin S: grave par E. G. Herhan. Stipple. 
Folio. 

4469. Eegnier (Claude A., Due De Massa). Another copy of the same. 



4470. Eegniek (Claude A., Due De Massa). rortmit, bust in nnironu. 

Stipple ill l)n)\vn. rnsiuiicd. 8vo. Paris, ii.d. 

4471. Eegnier (L. G.— Adjutant-general). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Sept. 

10, 1794. To Merlin de Doiiai. With marginal autograph annota- 
tion, signed, by the recipient. From the Sainsbiiry collection. 

4472. Eegnier (L. G.). A.L.S. 4 pp. 4to, including addressed portion. 

Treves, le 8 Floreal, L'An 9 [April 37, 1801 J. To his wife, giving 
the reasons why he had not forwarded her another remittance, &c. 
With portrait. 

4473. [Eeigx of Terror.] A'iew of explosion of cannon, houses on fire, men 

and horses fleeing for their lives, &c. In colors. Tlnsigned. n.]).n.d. 
8vo. 

An illustration, perhaps, of the famous conp-d'i'tut which caused the 
'• explosion of the monarchy." 

4474. Eeille (Honore C. M. J. — French general, aide-de-carup to Bona- 

parte at Waterloo). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Toulon, Dec. 29, 1804. To 

General Emeriaud. With portrait. 

Regarding a highly esteemed carpenter, father of an adjutant of dra- 
goons. 

4475. Eeille (Hoxore C. M. J.). A.L.S. 1 p. folio, July 10, 1808. A mili- 

tary letter, giving the number of men killed and wounded, etc. 

4476. Eeille (Honore C. M. J.). Portrait, bust in uniform. Litho. de 

Villain. 8vo. 

4477. Eeille (Honore C. M. J.). Portrait, bust in nniform. Lith. de Vil- 

lain. India paper. 8vo. 

4478. Eemusat (Charles F. ]\I. — French political writer, etc.). A.L.S. 2 

pp. 4to. n.p. Oct. 15, 1851. 

4479. Eenaud (Aimee Cecile), Portrait, bust in oval. Mezzotint by Le- 

vachez, scene of arrest and l)iographical notice in script beneath. 8vo. 
on small folio sheet. 

4480. Eewbell (Jeax B. — member of the Convention). Autograph endorse- 

ment of several lines, signed, on margin of a 2 pp. A.L.S. of Citizen 
Ducolombiers, Paris, Dec. 14, 1795. With portrait. 

4481. Eewbell (Jean B.) D.S. 1 p. 4to. (Paris), Jan. 24, 179G. Signed 

also b}^ Layard. 

An extract from the registers of the deliberations of the executive Dt- 
rectory regarding certain publications. 

4482. Eew^bell (Jean B.). Portrait, bust in uniform. T. B. Compagne 

sculp. J. Bonneville del. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4483. Eeynaud (M. E. L., Comte). L.S. by Keverneu, General-in-Chief of the 

Army of the West. 1 p. 4to. Nantes, Aug. 11, 1794. Asking for 
lodging and forage for eight chasseurs. The time the letter was re- 
ceived written by Eevnaud at the bottom, and signed bv him. 



4484. K-n-N-lKU (J.AX T>or,s--Fronch genen.1 cmunaucW "\^-^ j^J^ 

temporary absence of Bonaparte). Ufe. ^ pp. ^o. xa , 

18 1 To M. Livinostcnie, V. S. Legation at Pans. 

i»ii-i. iu i>i .-, unable to sive him any iuformatiou 

4480. K.V.IKU (JKAX Lov.s,. L.S. 1 ,.. f..li". I>--. April -27, 1804. To 
the Director of (\istoms. ^ 

Regarding, an affair of the custom officers ot Crevecoeur. 

\ T i*i On atn Xaoles. Jan. 28, 1810. 
44S(i. Reynier (Jean Louis). A.L.S. Z v. ^to. .N.vm-. 

With portrait, bust m uniform. f?-» mat 

j'i;«'^;n[ JiJei;^ -^:r rr .ssi> . ..«Me 

arrival of the king, etc. 

poet ^f^^^:^^^,'^-^:^^(ten by her, aLl suggesting 
name ot Laritea, praisuif, huuic wrapper 

certain corrections to be made. 2 PI^. ^n a 1 ^to n.d. 
with notes in the handwriting of bihio Peliico. 

4480. H.e.^n i^^^^:,^ir^ir^:!^°z^:^m]^f$ 

n»5i; on'Govem„,o„t bu.inek to one of his colleagues. \\ .th plate 
of Eichard's coat-of-arms. 

p Ar Froncb botanist) Portrait, bust. Lithograph 

4490. PiciTAKD (Louis C. M.— iiencn Doiamsi;. 

after Brett. 8vo. 

4491. BKH.r..s (EBV. GEOr,o.). Portrait ^^^^^^"^:r^' 

engraved by D. Lucas after J. H. Leigh. London, 1828 

letters. 

4to. 

India paper. 

/T \ -ni' Pt v^^Ts— brilliant and profligate courtier. 

4494. EicHELiEU Louis A T)t V^ i r !r T S 4 np -ito. Paris, 
arand-nephew of Cardinal Eichelieu). L.b. 4 pp. 

armv, and the Prince of Nassau of the navy. 

l)eing exempt from military duty. 



4496. EiciiEPANSE (Antoine — French general). Portrait, in uniform, on 

liorscbaek, stipple, biographical account beneath. Small folio. 

4497. EoBERG (Montmorency, Prince De). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Lille, Oct. 

8, 1788. Regarding a report made to the Minister of War, etc. 

4498. EoiJERjoT (Claude). Portrait, bust in oval. Mezzotint by Levachez, 

representation of his assassination by Austrian soldiers, and biographi- 
cal notice in script beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

4499. Robespierre (Maximilien M. I. — eminent French demagogue and 

Jacobin). A. L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, April 1, 1790 (three erasures 
and a A^ery small piece cut out, the former probably by some contem- 
jjorary owner). AVith portrait on India paper. 

An autograph letter of the highest importance. CommenciDg " My 
Dear Friend," be writes: " You do not write to me, nevertheless, in spite of 
my many occupations. I find time to let you hear from me. I have not 
the time to tell yon of what is goins on about me, and Avhat is being done 
by the enemies of the people and of liberty. However. I shall always have 
the satisfaction of having done my duty to the best of my ability. 

" The esteeiu of the good citizens well repays me for the hatred the 
aristocracy bears me. I have just received proof of that esteeem. for I 

, HAVE been made PRESIDENT OF THE SOCIETY OF THE FrIENDS OF THE CON- 

STITUTION, which is made up of all the deputies of the National Assemblj', 
and of the best citizens, and from the membens of which I have formed a 
league against the enemies of liberty and of our native land. 

" These duties keep me very busy, but I am happy to be able to spend a 
few moments with you, and want to hear from you. Put your letters in 
an envelope addressed to the deputies of Artois at the National Assembly. 
'• Most sincerely yours, 

'• de Robespierre." 

4500. Robespierre (Maximilien M. L). A. L. unsigned but with a signa- 

ture cut from another instrument and attached, 2 pp. 4to. Versailles, 
May 23, no year, but probably 1791. 

A HIGHLY IMPORTANT LETTER REGARDING THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY" ENTIRE- 
LY" IN THE AUTOGRAPH OF EOBESPIEKRE. 

" Wednesday last after the nomination of the Commissaries, a member 
of the Assembly made a motion to name a committee to write and print a 
paper containing reports of all the operations of the National Assembly. 
It was proposed by M. de la Borde. son of the Court's banker, but was re- 
jected by the Assembly because it was supposed that the idea was put for- 
ward by a certain party who desired to present the acts of the Assembly 
accoMing to his principles and was looking to that position in a lucrative 
way. 

" This morning M. Target [an eloquent French advocate] renewed the 
same proposition under another form, but the Assembly rejected it just 
as quickly, n)aking it very disagreeable for the authors of the motion," 
etc. The appended signature reads : •' Your brother, Robespierre." 

4501. Robespierre (Maximilien M. L). Portrait, bust in oval. Mezzotint 

by Levachez, military scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 
8vo, on small folio sheet. 

4502. Robespierre (Maximilien M. I.). Another copy of the preceding. 

4503. Robespierre (Maximilien M. I.). "Robespierre est arrete, et avec lui 

Couthon, Saint-Just, Henriot," Marchetti inc. C. Gavardini inv. e. 
dis. Line cnaraving. Folio. 



4504. TJocirA:\[Bi:AU (D. ^\. J., Yicomte De — French general, served in St. 

Domingo). A.L.8. 1 p. square 8vo. Port an Prince, le 8 Floreal, 
I'An 11 [April 27, 1803]. Eequests the naval commander at St. 
]\[arc (Haiti), to let him have a gnard-ship. 

4505. EociiAMBEAU (Jean B. D. De — Marshal of France, fonglit in the 

American Eevolution). Portrait, full length in uniform. Grave par 
Contenan. Lithograph on India paper. 4to. 

4506. Eochefoet (Gexekal). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Francfort, le 12 Frnctidor, 

I'An'lA^ [Aug. 30, 1796]. To the Paymaster-General. Mentions the 
motives thatled to the retrogression of the army, asks for 1,200 
francs, &c. 

4507. Eochefoet (Gexeeal). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Frankfurt, Aug. 30, 1796. 

To the Paymaster of the Army. Eegarding the sum of 12,000 fr. to 
be paid to his secretary. 

4508. Eochejaquelix (Hexei Du Yeegee De La— French royalist, chief of 

the Yendean war). Portrait, full bust. Lithograph after Hesse. 
4to. 

4509. Eochejaqueleix (Louis [Doxnissax] De La — French Officer, served 

against the negroes in Havti : husband of the Marquise De Donnissau 
De La Eochejaquelein). " A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, [Sept. 10], 1814. 
Eequesting that three soldier friends of his be permitted to change 
their regiment. With portrait. 

4510. EocHEFOUCAULD (A., Comte De La — French statesman). A.L.S. 2 

pp. 4to. A'ichy, June 21, 1812. Informs M. La Yalette that the 
director of the post at Clermont is unknown to him, &e. 

4511. EocHEFOucAULD (Duc De La — member of the Assembly of Notables.) 

A.L.S. " Le D. De La Eochefoucald," 2 pp. 4to. La Eocheguyo ( ?), 
Oct. 3, 1788. To M. De La Quenille. Asking the recipient to 
interest himself on liehalf of a certain veterinary surgeon. 

4512. EocHEFOucAULD (Louis Alexaxdbe De La, Duc De La Eoche 

GuYOX — French patriot, favored the popular cause in the Eevolu- 
tion). A.L.S. 1 page and a half, 8vo n.d. With the scarce portrait 
engraved by Yerite. 2 pieces. 

Excuses himself for being luialtle to attend tlie sitting of the Directoire, 
as lie is obliged to go on important business before the Committee of Pub- 
lic Contributions. 

4513. EOCHEFOUCAULD (Jeax De La, French general, Peer of France). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. n.p. (1823.) To Baron Seguier. 

4514. EOCHEFOUCAULD (Jeax De La). A.L.S. 3 p. 12mo. n.p. August 

15, 1829. An interesting letter with mention of the administration, 
articles published by the Jacobins about his father, etc. With por- 
trait, bust in uniform, on India paper. 



4515, EociiEFOUCAULD (VicoMTE — ai(le-do-c;unp to Charles X.). L.S. 1 p. 

folio. Paris, Dec 8, 1829. To M. Bolatzi. 

Kef,';u'diug adinissiuii to the opera and 'riicatrc Italian, and saying' that 
he cannot give him a position. Imt that in i-ase his pnpil .Mile. Moliuo 
wishes to sing in either i)hu-e, application must be made to the directors 
of the Academy of Music. 

4516. EociiEFOUCAULD De FitEMOXT (Madam, La Comtesse De — wife of 

Louis Alexandre). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, June 30, 1T81. Ask- 
ing the recipient to grant certain requests. 

451T. RocHEFOucAULD-LiAXCOUKT (FiiAxcois A. F. — member of the Con- 
stitutent Assembly, travelled in the United States). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. 
Sept. 18, 1801. A request for a ])ositi()n. With portrait, stipple by 
Bonneville. 

4518. EoEDEKER (PiEEKE L., CoMTE — member of the National Assembly, pro- 

moted the accession of Bonaparte to power in 1799). A.N.S. 1 p. 
8vo. August 6, year IV (1796). 

4519. EoEDEliEIl (PlEREE L., CoMTE). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Oct. 1, 1821. To 

M. Legueval. 

Personal letter expressing thanks for a promise made to him, etc. 

4520. EoEDEitER (Pierre L.). Portrait, bust in uniform. ^lauperin sculp. 

M. del. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 



4521. EoHAX (Louis Coxstaxtin^, Prixce De — Governor of the French 

Islands in America). D.S. on vellum, being a commission for a cap- 
tain of negroes. With seal. 1 page, oblong folio. Cap, August 14. 
1768. 

4522. EoLAXD (Madame). Portrait, full bust in oval. Mezzotint by Le- 

vacliez, trial scene and biographical notice in script beneath. 8vo. 
on small folio sheet, and another j^ortrait of her in colors. 2 pieces. 

4523. EoLAXD De La Platiere ( Jeax' Marie — Minister of the Interior, hus- 

band of the famous ^ladame Poland). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Pari.s, Oct. 
10, 1792. To the Directoire du Dept. des Pyrenuees Orientales, 
informing the authorities that 1200 francs may be obtained from the 
National Treasury as salary for an engineer in the Dej^t. of Public 
Works. With portrait. 

4524. EoLAXD De La Platiere (Jeax Marie). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 

August 19, 1792. To the Mayor of Amiens. With portrait. 

Regarding the laws of the Directory of the Department of Somme, say- 
ing that he will send copies of them, etc. 

4525. EoLAXD De La Platiijre (Jeax Marie). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Jan. 

9, 1793. To the Chief Engineer of Bridges, &c., advising him to 
apply for additional funds to carry out his plans, &c. 

4526. EoLAXD De La Platif:re (Jeax M.u'JE). Portrait, bust in oval, 

biographical account in script beneath. 8\o. on small folio sheet. 
Mezzotint. 



45.27. RoLAXD De La Platikiie (.Ti-ax ^FArMi:). Another ropy of the pre- 
ceding. 

4528. EoLLAXi) (M. — Deputy .Minuter of the Interior). L.S. 1 p. folio. 

Paris, le 8 Messidor, I'an 2 [June 2(i, 1T94|, giving the record of 
Eene F. J. Lendy, of the .Swiss Guards. 

4529. RoLLAXD (^I. — deputy of tlie department of La ^loselle, elected in 

1818). Portrait. l)ust in oval. Stipple. 8vo. LTnsigned. 

4530. EosTorsciiix (Feodar Y. — Russian general). Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. Gem. v. L. de St. Aubin in St. Petersburg, gestochen von 
Claar. 4to : also full length, in uniform. G. A. Sasso inc. G. B. Bosio 
dis. 8vo. 2 pieces. 

4531. EouGET (M.). (French general of brigade.) L.S. 1 p. folio. Dijon, 

July 3, 1823. forwarding his baptismal certificate. 

4532. EouGET De Lisle — French poet, author of "La Marseillaise." Por- 

trait, bust. Line engraving. Proof before all letters on India paper. 
With "approuve, David" on margin, in the autogra|)h of Pierre J. 
David, French sculptor. 

4533. Rousseau (Jeax F. X. — French diplomatist, consul at Bagdad). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. Dec. 13, n.y. To ]M. Barber, to whom he is send- 
ing a drawing. 

4534. RossEAU (Jeax^ J. — author of "Confessions"). Portrait, full length, 

seated. Grave par H. Huet, 1824, peint par Alorier. Line engrav- 
ing. 4to. (cut close.) 

4535. Rousseau (Jeax J.). Portrait, full length. Rados inc. Mainister 

dis. Stii^ple. 8vo. 

453G. Rosseau (Jeax'' J.). Portrait, from a sculpture, also view of tomb. 
F. E. Haid exc. Mezzotint. 8vo. 

453T. Router (M. — voted for death of Louis XYL). L.S. 1 p. folio. Tou- 
lon, July 11, 1795. To M. Lacliese, consul at Genoa. Stating that 
all captains of war vessels of the French Republic are ordered to ob- 
serve carefully the orders given to them ])y the Government authori- 
ties. 

4538. Roy (Ax^toixe — French financier and legislator). L.S. 1 p. 4to. 

Paris, June 10, 1829. To the Receiver General at La Manche, in- 
forming him that ^I. Dupon has been given the position he desired 
at Octeville. Portrait. 

4539. Royal Family Of Spaix. Medallion portraits (on one sheet) of 

" Famille Royale d'Espagne " (Charles lY, his Queen and five child- 
dren). Stipple. 4to. full margins. Unsigned. 

4510. RoYER-CoLLARD (PiERRE P. — French statesman. President Chamber of 
Deputies). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, Paris, Sept. 25, 1816, subscribing to 
the oath of the Electoral College, and giving the oath in written form. 
AVith portrait. 



4541. EOYEK-COLLAltD (PlKKKK P.). A.L.S. 2 ]i|). Ito, illcllldill^- iK Id IvssC'd 

portion. Paris, IVlarch 27, 1832, congratulatiii,^- a friend upon his 
son's marriage. , 

4542. RuFFix (FRANgois, Comte — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Bol- 

hec, March 27, 1797, forwarding to the Minister of War a certificate, 
&c. With portrait. 

4543. RuMPii (Geoege — enuiiciit (iennan naturalist). Portrait, half length. 

Line engraving. Folio. 

4544. Russell (Sie William — Baron). Portrait, full length, after the 

painting by G. P. Harding. Steel engraving. Proof on India paper, 
before all letters. 4to. 

4545. Russian Autogeapiis. Tciieffkixe (C. — Russian General; chief of 

]\Iining Corps). L.S. (in French), 2 pp. 4to. St. Petersburg, April 
4, 1844. To Mr. Todd, American Ambassador, stating that he was 
sending him specimens of Russian minerals to be forwarded to Wash- 
ington; Kaveline (A. — Governor General of St. Petersburg). A.L.S. 
(in English), 1 p. 24mo, with 4 pp. notes of speech. St. Petersburg, 
Feb., 1846; Wjasemsky (F. — Russian Poet). 4 lines and signature 
in his autograph (Russian). 1 p. 12mo, with addressed portion of 
wrapper, n.p.n.d. Together, 4 pieces. 

4546. Russian Campaign [Moscow]. Two wounded soldiers awaiting rescue 

[or death] on the steppe, with buzzards flying near. One has partly 
covered the other with his great coat. Black and white. Unsigned. 
Folio. 

4547. Russian Ca:*ipaign [Moscow]. AVounded soldiers in the snow against 

a background of rock, pine tree, &c. Other soldiers on horseback ap- 
proaching. Black and white. [Retreat from Moscow.] With sig- 
natures of artists. Folio. 

4548. Russian Campaign. '•Die Russigen Oberbefehlshober," containing full 

length figures of six officers, all in uniform. Line engraving. In 
colors. 8vo. 

4549. SABATimt (Raphael B. — French surgeon, received the Legion of 

Honor cross from Bonaparte). Portrait, full bust. Forestier sculp., 
Mme. Sabatier pinxt. Stipple. 8vo. 

4550. Sabatier De Castres (Antoixe — French author). A.L.S. 4 pp. 

folio. Versailles, Dec. 21, 1781. To Monseigneur **** 

A long and most interesting letter in which the writer gives in great 
detail information obtained througli a third party regarding the dealings 
of Necker and Breteuil. Among other things he says that Necker is try- 
ing to ruin the Count de Maurepas in the eyes of the Iving. that the Queen 
corresponds with the Baron de Breteuil, that she is being watched, that 
there are intrigues everywhere, that there are rumors of a complete change 
in the administration, etc. 



4551. Saixt Helexa Views. St. Helena taken from the Sea. Engraved by 

li Havell, drawn Ijv G. H. Bellasis. Aquatint in colors. 4to. 

London, 1815 
The six following lots are also in colors. All but the last are with 
margins : 

4552. St. Helexa. The Eoads. London, 1815 

4553. St. Helexa. Scene taken from the Castle Terrace. London. 1815 

4554. St. Helexa. Plantation House. London, 1815 

4555. St. Helexa. The Friar Eock in Friar's Valley. London, 1815 

4556. St. Helexa. The Column Lot. Fairy Land, Sandy Bay. 

London, 1815 

4557. St. Helexa. Taken from the Sea; The Eoads; Scene taken from the 

Castle Terrace ; and Plantation House. Together, 4 pieces. 

London, 1815 

4558 S4IXT Helexa Views. Island of St. Helena. Engraved by G. Munger. 

4to. Creased. ■ , ^^ew Haven (Conn.), 1816 

Interesting specimen of contemporary American engraving. 

4559 SiiXT Helexa Vieavs. Longwood; the Eesidence of Bonaparte. 

Drawn bv Capt. H. J. Phefps. Engraved by W. Fry. In colors. 
Oblong 4to. London, 1817 

4560. Saixt Helexa Views. Buonaparte's new house. St. Helena. Etched 

by G. ^[aile, drawn by F. Johnson. In colors. 4to. London, 1821 

4561. Saixt Helexa Views. Another copy of the same. 

4562. Saixt Helexa. "A Day at St. Helena." An Original Autograph 

Manuscript descriptive"^ of a visit to the Island in 1827, by 
C. 0. P. K***. 12 pp. 4to. Accompanied by a letter from the 
writer to the editor of a London paper. [1827.] 

Tlie writer was a Napoleon eutliusiast, and Ms slietcli centres around 
relics of " the greatest man who ever lived." His '* last " resting-place is 
described as " three oblong stones from his kitchen floor and a part of 
the iron railing from his garden." 

4563. Saixt Helexa A^iews. The Shade of Xapoleon visiting his tomb; 

Interior view of St. Helena, London, 1834; Bonaparte's tomb, from 
a sketch by D. Ibbetson, drawn by J. D. Harding. India paper, 
London, 1824; and another. Together, 4 pieces. 

4564. Saixt Helexa Views. " Buonaparte Verbannungsort zuverlalsige An- 

sicht der Insel St. Helene." G. Adam ft. In colors; also another 
copy of the same without engraver's name, not in colors. 4to. 2 
pieces. 

4565. Saixt Helexa Views. Longwood. Sketch in water color by Mile. 

Bertrand. Small 4to. 

4566. Saixt Helexa Views. " Xapoleon's Gral) auf St. Helena." In colors. 

Unsigned. 4to. 



4567. Saint IIklkxa A'ii:\v.s, Xapoleoirs Tomh. I^itliooi'aplis, one tinted. 

4to. (5 pieces.) 

4568. Saint Helena Views. '' Se])ulture de Napoleon a Ste. Helene, 18-^1." 

Grave par C. Lalaisse, ])eint par Alaux d'apres H. Vernet et Gerard. 
Line engraving. India paper. Folio. 

4569. Saint Helena Views, The Sliade of Xapoleon visiting h\^ tomb. 

Lithograph. 4to. T.ondon. n.d. 

4570. Saint Helena Vikws. The Tomb of .Vapoleon. Tiitliograph. ('apt. 

Marryat delt. T. Sutherhmd seulpt. Oblong 4to. 

4571. Saint Helena Views. " Tombeau de Xapoleon."' A somewhat crude 

sketch in black and white. Unsigned. Oblong 4to. 

4572. Saint Helena Views. Three views of .Jamestown. (1) M, G. del. 

Etched by J. Storer; (3) Unsigned. London, 1817; (3) Craig del. 
Swift sc. 4to. (;} pieces.) 

4573. Saint Helena \'iews. \ue de la liaison de Longwood. 2 views, in 

colors ; also View and Plan of Longwood [from Ackerniann's Re- 
pository], also in colors. 8vo. Together, 3 pieces. 

4574. Saint Helena A^iews. Xapoleon's tomb. Engraved bv F. J. Havell, 

after W. Havell ; The " Briars " at St. Helena. Lithograph in tints, 
after F. P. Stack. 4to. 2 pieces. 

4575. Saint Helena AaEws. Water color drawing of St. Helena, tops of hills 

cloud-covered, frigate under full sail. L^nsigned. Svo. 

4576. Saint-Hilaire (General — in Egypt with Xapoleon). A.L.S. 1 p. 

4to. Paris, Jan. 14, 1823. To a bookseller. 
Concerning a debt of 400 fr. whieli must lie paid. 

4577. Saint Lambert (J. F. J3e — French poet and philosopher). D.S. 1 p. 

4to. Paris, July 21, 1785. Eeceipt for £750. from M. L. de 
Berenger for account of the Due d'Orleans. Signatures of two others 
also appear on receipt. 

4578. Saint Leger (Barry — British soldier, served at Louisburg, was with 

Wolfe at Quebec). Portrait, in uniform, standing beside horse. G. 
Dupont sculpt. Tho. Gainsljorough pinxt. Mezzotint. Large folio, 
with margins. (Slight repairs.) London, 1783 

4579. Saint Prix. (Member of the Convention.) L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, 

Afarch 5, 1793, informing AI. Crepon that his correspondence has 
been forwarded to the Minister of the Interior. 

4580. Saint Simon (Chevalier). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Dunkirk, Dec. 8, 

1T47. On money matters. 

4581. Saint-Simon (Claude Henri — served under Washington in the L^nited 

States). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, May 18, 1818. To M. Tissot. 
Regarding the publication of a letter iu a certain newspaper. 



4582. S.vixT-Siiiox (Claude Hexri). Portrait, full l)ust. Engraved by. 
E. Perrot. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

•4583. Saint-Simox (IIknki J. V. — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Bas- 
tia (Corsica), Jan. 4, 1847. To General **** (?) thanking him 
for his New Year's greetings, etc. With portrait and printed bio- 
graphical account. 

4584. Sainte-Beuve (C. A. — eminent French literary critic). A.L.S. 3 pp. 

ISmo, inclnding addressed portion. [Paris], Xov. 20, 1832. To 
Anthony Deschamps, popular French poet and dramatist, giving 
favora))le criticism of some of the latter's verses. 

4585. Saixte-Suzaxxe (Gilbert J. M. B. De — French general of division). 

Portrait, full hust in uniform. Dessine d'apres nature par J. Guerin, 
et grave par G. Fiesinger. Stipple. Fine impression, with full 
margins. Folio. 

4586. Salem. Une Ville de I'Amerique Angloise dans le Comte D'Essex 

Grave par B. F. Leizelt. Dutch line engraving. In colors. 4to. 

[Circa, 1T80] 

4587. Salem. Another copy of the same. (]\[ounted.) 

4588. Saliceti (CniasTOPnER — member of the Council of Five Hundred, 

at Toulon Avith Napoleon). x4..]Sr.S.. (third person). 1 p. 8vo. n.p. 
August 17, 1800. An invitation to dinner. 

4589. Saliceti (Christopher). Portrait, bust in oval. Stipple, in brown. 

Unsigned. 8vo. 

4590. Samuel (Samuel — English admiral, fought De Grasse near the mouth 

of the Chesapeake). Portrait, bust in uniform. Engraved by 
G. Fiesinger, 1793. Painted by J. Northcote. Stipple. Open let- 
ters. Folio. London, 1793 

4591. Saxd (George — celebrated French novelist). Portrait, three-quarter 

leng-th standing. Grave par Desintadry, peint par A. Charpentier. 
Mezzotint (spotted), also portrait of Pascal. 2 pieces. 

4593. Sax^ Domixgo. Precis des evenements arrives an lap. Manuscript of 
the end of the 18th century. 4 pp. 4to. 

Au interesting narration of the Revolution of San Domingo. 

4593. Sansox (IST. A. — French general, accompanied Napoleon to Egypt). 

A.L.S. 1 ]). 4to. Paris, Sept. 1, 1814, stating that he has received 
no money, either during or since his captivity. With portrait, full 
bust in uniform. 

4594. Sax'sox" (X. A.). Portrait, full bust in uniform. Forester sculp. 

Stipple. 8vo. 



4595. Santeki!E (Antoixe J. — French revolutionit^t, C'omnuimler of the Xa- 
tioiial Guard of Paris). Vellum. D.S. 1 p. ol)loDg 4to. Paris, Feb. 
2, 1793. Commission in the National Guard granted to Citizen 
Jerome Benoit. AVith portrait. 

The signer also took an active part iu tlie stoniiiug of tlie Bastille, pre- 
sided at the execution of Louis XVI. and commanded the drnms to beat in 
order that the last words of the king should not be heard by the people. 



4596. 



Saxterke (Axtoixe J.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Dec. 19, 1793. To 
Citizen Badouin, regarding the nomination of Citizen Mangin, which 
had been confirmed by the executive council, etc. 



4597. Santekre (Antoixe J.). Portrait, bust in uniform. F. Bonneville 

del. et sculp. Stipple'. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4598. Saxterre (Claude — General of the Paris National Guard). L.S. 

2 pp. 4to. Paris, le 23 Frimaire. I'An II [Dec. 13, 1793]. To the 
General-in-Chief of the Army of the AVest Coast, relative to ]\I. 
Leplasse, who desires a more lucrative position. AVith portrait. 

4599. Saratoga Views. Congress Spring. Lithograph in colors after Koll- 

ner. 4to. " New York, 1848 

4600. Saratoga A^iews. Highrock — Iodine and Empire Springs. Tinted 

lithograph after Kollner. 4to. New York, 1848 

4601. Saratoga Views. Highrock — Iodine and Empire Springs. Litho- 

graph in colors after Ko-llner. 4to. New York, 1848 

4602. Saratoga Views. Hospital. Lithograph in colors after Kollner. 4to. 

New York, 1848 

4603. Saratoga Views. Pavilion Fountain. Lithograph in colors after Koll- 

ner. 4to. New York, 1848 

4604. Saratoga A'iews. Part of Saratoga. Stanwix, Knion Hotel and Con- 

gress Hall. Lithograph in colors by Kollner. 4to. New York, 1848 

4605. Saratoga Views. United States Hotel. Lithograph in colors after 

Kollner. 4to. New York, 1848 

4606. Sarrazix (Jeax — French general). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio. [Breskenel], 

Dec. 5, 1808. To Count D'Hunebourg, Minister of AA^ar, requesting 
him to allow a certain oflfieer to become his secretary, and giving his 
qualifications. 

4607. Sarrazix (Jeax). Portrait, bust in uniform. Stipple. Engraved in 

London. 1811. 8vo. 

4608. Sartaix (Joiix). The Poscue, representing Sergeant Jasper and his 

friend Newton Ulcerating certain American prisoners from a detach- 
ment of British soldiers near Savannah, Ga. Engraved by J. Sar- 
tain, painted by J. B. AVhite. Mezzotint. Large folio (margin re- 
paired). 1842 



4(iO'J. S.vuTAix ^Iezzutixts. Jiu». Bivcki'ui-id.uv. Ito. 

The above and 10 following lots of })()rtr;uts are all Ironi the vn- 
o-raver's own collection. 

4610. Sahtain- ^iIezzutints. William Ponii. Proof bd'ore all letters. Svo. 

4611. Sartaix Mk/zotin-ts. AVillinm Penn (dillerent trom the preceding). 

4to. 
4612.* Sartaix :\Ii:zz()TIXTS. Prof. Sanuiel F. B. Morse. 4to. 

4613. Sartaix Mezzotixts. Louis XYI. threatened 1)Y the mob on their 

visit to the Tuileries, June 20, iri)2. 4to. 

4614. Sartaix Mezzotixts. Marie Antoinette going to Execution. 4to. 

4615. Sartaix Mezzotixts. Samuel sillier, D.D. Proof in open letters. 

4to. 

4616. Sartaix Mezzotixts. Henry AV. Longfellow. 4to. 

4617. Sartaix Mezzotixts. Major John Habersham (?). Svo. 

4618. Sartaix Mezzotixts. Paul P,. Goddard. -Ito. Proof before letters 

on India paper. 

4619. Sartaix ]^[ezzotixts. Poljert Gilmor. 4to. Open letter proof. 

46-^0 SA.rM\REZ (JvMER De— British admiral, served for a time in America, 
distinguished himself in engagements with the French). Portrait, 
full bust in uniform. Engraved by C. Turner. ]\[ezzotint. Open 
letters. 8yo (writing on margin). London, 1823 

4621 Sauxders (Sir Charles). Portrait, in uniform, half length, standing. 

J McA.rdell fecit, J. Revnolds pinxt. ^lezzotmt. Folio (l)acked 

and slight crease). ' ^^0"^^°^^ 

In 1750 Saunders was appointed Commander in Chief of the fleet for 

the St. Lawrence and was with Wolfe at Quebec. 

4622. Sauxders (Sir Charles). I'ortrait, half length standing, in unilorm. 

rj. ]^rcArdell fee-it. J. Eevnolds pinxt.] Mezzotint (cut close). 

London 

The same fij^ure as in the foregoiuijc print, but with different inscription. 

4623. Sauxders (Sir Charles). Portrait, three-quarter length in uniform. 

^[ezzotint. unsigned. Folio. London. Rol)t. Sayer 

4624. Sautereau (M. — representative of the people). D.S. 1 p. Ito. Amiens. 

Oct. 26, 1T94. 

4625. Savary (Axxe J. M. P., Due De Koyigo— succeeded Fouche as .Minis- 

ter of Police). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, le 21 Brumaire, I'Au 13 
[Nov. n. 1803]. To the Minister of War, relative to the headgear 
of the " (ieudarmerie d'Flite." Witli lirief printed hiograjtliv. (2 
pieces.) 



46-36. Sayary (Axxe J. M. E., Due De Eovigo). L.S. ''Due De Eovigo." 
4 pp. folio. Madrid, July 16, 1808. To Mouseigneur *** ( ?) • 

A long and important letter about the campaign in Spain written the 
same year that he received his title. It is really a report in which he 
says that a certain detachment is to reach Valladolid by the 19th, that 
General Gohert has joined General Dupout. that Marshal Moncey is to be 
kept near Madrid in case he is needed, Marshal Bessiers is in need of 
clothing and guns, etc., with mention of Generals Frere, Caulaineourt and 
others. 

There is a postscript of thirteen lines in the antograi)h of Savai*y in 
which he says that Gen. Frere is to return as soon as pos><ible, but there 
has been great difficulty with communications, etc. 

4627. Savary (Axxe J. M. E., Due De Eovigo). L.S. "Due de Eovigo." 

2 pp. folio. Paris, Feb. 4, 1814. To the Prefect of the Dept. of 
Calvados, stating that j\Iiss Moulin should be examined again, as 
she was not altogether truthful in the answers she gave in her first 
examination. With portrait. 

4628. Savary (Axxe J. M. E., Due De Eovigo). A.L.S. " Due de Eovigo," 

2 pp. folio. Nainville, Sept. 18, 1821. To Baron *** ( ?). 
Acknowledging the receipt of two letters from the Baron, and inform- 
ing him that he (Savary) has been summoned to appear in a case, etc. 

4629. Savary (Axxe J. M. E., Due De Eovigo). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to in- 

cluding addressed portion. Paris, Sept. 20, 1827. To General Bor- 
desoult informing him that he has some horses he can purchase. 

4630. Savary (Axxe J. M. E., Due De Eovigo). A.L.S. " Due de Eovigo." 

3 pp. 8vo. n.p.n.d. Eegarding a literary society, etc. With por- 
trait. 

4631. Savary (Axxe J. M. E., Due De Eovigo). Portrait, bust. Stipple. 

8vo. London, 1824. 

4632. Savary (Axxe J. M. E., Due De Eovigo). Portrait, bust in uniform. 

Lithograph after A. Maurin. India paper. 8vo. 

4633. Savoy (Prixge Eugexe De — one of the most celebrated generals of 

modern times). Official L.S., with seal. Milano, April 10, 1710. 
With portrait. 2 pieces. 

Ordering as Governor and Captain General of Milan the payment of a 
sum of money to the Master of the Chapel and musicians of the Royal 
Palace. 

4634. Saxe-Wittgexsteix (Prixce Vox — Prussian Minister of State and 

General). L.S, 1 p. 4to. In German, enclosing two letters, pre- 
sumably obtained through a member of the Secret Service. With 
fine seal. Feb. 14, 1816. With portrait, bust in uniform. 4to. 
Acker man, 1813. 

4635. Say (Jeax B.— French statesman). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, Paris, Xov. 9, 

1821. Mentions a book of his. AVith portrait. 

4636. Scherer (Bartiielemi L. J.). French general. Minister of War, Com- 

mander-in-Chief of the armv of the Pyrenees). L.S. 1 p. folio. 

Figueras, le 30 Prairial. I'An'lII [June 18, 1795]. Informs General 

Pille that his letter has been received relative to extension of fur- 
loughs of several officers. 



4037. SciiEKEi; (Baiitiiklemi L. J.). A.L.S. 2 ])\). lolio. Nice, le 2 Ven- 
tose, TAn 1\' [Feb. 26, 179(5 1, sending liitteo, the Government Com- 
missioner, news relative to a dispatch, and asking if l)earers thereof 
shall come to Nice, &c. Eitteo's reply and his signature are given 
in his autograph on same sheet, to the effect that Scherer had best 
proceed to Mentone for dispatch as it might refer to the peace nego- 
tiations then entered upon. "With portrait. 

4638. Scherer (Barthelemi L. J.). Printed D.S. with autograph annota- 

tion of six lines, probably in his hand. 1 p. folio. Paris, Xov. 24, 
1T97. To the Municipal Administration. 

Regarcliug Bayartl and Co. who will have charge of the forage and 
military convoys. 

4639. Scherer (Barthelemi L. J.). Portrait, bust in uniform. H. 

Schmidt sc. J. A. Darnflect pinx. Stipple. 8vo. 

4640. ScHiAssi (Philippe). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including addressed portion. 

Bologna, ISTov. 25, 1818. To M. Philippe Cocchi, Eeggio. 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 343), enclosed in his library 
wrapper and with his autograph annotations. 

4641. ScHiLL (Ferdixaxd — Prussian officer). Portrait, full length in uni- 

form. In colors. Svo. London, 1810, and another. 2 pieces. 

4642. Schiller (Johaxx C. F. Vox — the national poet of Germany). Por- 

trait, full bust. Druck v. Th. Zehl in Leipzig. Gez. u. gest. v. A. 
Krausse. Line engraving. Folio. 

4643. Schmerlixg (Ax'TOX" Yox — Austrian Prime Minister). L.S. 3 pp. 

4to, including addressed portion. Liege, June 22, 1833. To the 
Boyal Society, London, with copy of part of his work on fossils. 

4644. Schomberg (Hexri, Comte — Marshal of France). L.S. 3 pp. folio, 

undated. With portrait, full bust in anuor. 1798. 

4645. Schroter (Johaxxes). A.L.S. to Paulus Eberus. 1 page and a half, 

folio. 1568. 

4646. ScHUBART (Christiax F. D. — German litterateur). Portrait, full l)ust 

in oval. Gestochen von J. E. Haid, 1783. Mezzotint, (cut close). 
8vo. 



At The American Art Galleries 

MADISON SQUARE SOUTH, NEW YORK 
UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE BY ORDER OF THE OWNER 

Fifteenth Session, Numbers 4647 to 4995, Inclusive 

FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 21st, AT 8.15 O'CLOCK 

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46-i7. ScpiWAKZENBEKG (Kaiet. P. Vox — -Austrian field-marshal, appointed to 
negotiate the marriage of Napoleon with jMarie Louise). A.L.S. 
1 p. 8vo. Sept. 23, n.y. To M*** (?), attache to the legation of 
his Majesty. An invitation to dinner. 

46i8. ScHWAEZEXBEitG (IvAEL P. A"ox). Portrait, in uniform. E. Eoffe sc, 
Leben pinx. Stipple. Proof. 4to. London, 1815 

4649. ScHWARZENBERG (Karl P. Vox). Portrait, bust in uniform. Mile. 

de Noireterre del.. 1812, Yelyn sculp. Stipple. 8vo. Pahis, n.d. 

4650. ScHAVARZEXBEEG (Karl P. Yox). Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Eanildi inc., Demarchi dis. 4to. 

4651. Scott (Sir Walter). Portrait, half length, seated. Engraved by 

G. H. Eobinson after Sir Thomas Lawrence. Folio. Unfinished 
proof before all letters. Fine impression. 

4652. Scott (Sir Walter). Portrait, half length. B. Garnier del. Litho- 

graph. India paper. Open letters. Folio. 

4653. Scott (Sir AYalter). Portrait, three-quarter length, seatecL with 

dog. Heath sculp. Saxon pinxt. Stipple. 4to. 

4654. Scott (Sir Walter,). Portrait, full length. B. G. inc. Demarchi 

dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

4655. Scott (Sir Walter). Portrait, full length, seated at table. No en- 

graver's name. LTnfiiiislied proof on India paper. 4to. 

4656. Sebastiaxi (Horace F. — ^NTarshal of France and distinguished diplo- 

matist). A.L.S. 3 pp. folio. L'Orient, An. 12 (1803). 

To the Minister of tlie Navy telling him of the conduct of Captain 
P.rnncas. comnuindant of the 49th company, his arrest and sentence to 
j.iil. Also, that the gnnhoats are ready, and with six companies of the 
40th i-egiment, will go to Uoulogne to defend the coasts. 



4(J5r. Skua ST IAN- 1 (lloLwci: K.). A.N.S. 1 p. Svo. u.p. .Iiilyv:!* (1S;5()). 
With jtortrait, full Icnutii in iiiii foi-iii. (icolVroy sculpt. W'iiitlu'r- 
lialter piiixt. 

Askiiii; to liavo inserted in tn-uiorrow's issue nf tlie "' Monilciir'" the 
statement lie snhiiiits. 

4(;r)S. Skkastiam (!1(»i;a(K F.). I'ortrait, IhisI in uniform. Stipple engrav- 
iug. S.I), del. Svo. (Paris (ca. 1802) 

4659. Skbastiaxi (IIokack F.). Portrait, half length in uniform. Litho- 
graph after Maurin. Folio. Oi)en letters. 

46G0. Skbastiaxi (Hojiace F.). Portrait, full length in uiiiforni. Dessine et 
grave par I-^slirard. ^Nfezzotint. Folio. 

46(51. Seemax (Bektiiold — (jlennan botanist and traveller). A.L.S. 1 p. 
Svo. Hanover, Sept, 11, 1851. 

Regarding a work of his on the phints of Aniericn. 

4662. Seesturm (Deb). ]\Ietzeroth seulpsit. Scliniitli pinxit. Line en- 

graving. Large folio. 

4663. Segur (Louis Philippe, Comte De — French diplomatist and his- 

torian, served in the American Revolution under Eochambeau). 
A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including addressed portion. Paris [^larch 26, 
1805], thanking Mr. R. Harper, of Baltimore, Md., for his kind- 
ness in looking after certain interests of his. Also, copies of inter- 
esting letters (in English) regarding (4ouvernenr ^lorris. Robert 
^loi'ris, &c., and their relations with the Comte de Segur in real estate 
transactions. With portrait. (2 pieces.) 

4664. Segur (Louis Philippe. Comte De). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, including 

addressed portion. [Paris], Feb. 14 [1821], concerning a picture 
of himself. With portrait. 

4665. Segur (Louis Philippe, Comte De). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, Xov. 

3, 1829. To the editor of " Le Constitutionnel." 

A most interesting, although ironical letter. Segur wished to have a 
letter published in tlie Constitutionnel and had addressed the editor ou 
the sultject. who asked " ^yho is this Maniuis de Segur"/" This letter is 
the answer to that question. The writer reciuests the editor to loolc in the 
" Manuel des Braves "' under " S " and there he will find his complete 
genealogy. He also brings to his notice the fact that the titles under the 
" ancien regime" are wortli Just as nnieli as those created witliin the past 
fifteen years, etc. 

4666. Segur (Louis Philippe, Co:\lte De). Portrait, full l)ust in nnil'orm. 

Velyn [sc], 1813. Stipple. 8vo. 

4667. Segue (Philippe Hexbi). Portrait, full length in uniform, after F. 

DuBois. 4to. 

4668. Semoxville (Charles Louis Huguet. Marquis — Freiuli diplomatist, 

spent 2 years in an Austrian prison). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, 
Feb. 8, 1810. With portrait on India paper. 



4669. Senebier (Jean— Swiss naturalist). Portion of A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo. 

Eolle, Switzerland, Dec. 6, 1796. Letter of thanks. 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 101), enclosed in his library 
wrapper with his autograph annotations. 

4670. Sexeca (Lucius A.). Portrait. J. Faber fecit. Ex Marmore an- 

tique. Mezzotint. 4to cut close and repaired in places. 

London J Bowles 

4671. Seruier (Jean Matiiieu P.— Marshal of France). A.L.S. 1 p. 

folio. Paris, Dec. 17, 1799. To Louis Alex. Berthier, Minister of 
War. With portrait, full length, in uniform. 

Regarding the resignation of an officer of the auxiliary battalion. 

4673. Seruier (Jeax Mathieu P.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, July 13, 
1801. 

Acknowledging the receipt of 2S5S fr. for the recipient's brother, which 
had been sent by mistake. 

4673. Seruier (Comte— son of Jean Mathieu P. Seruier). A.L.S. 2 pp. 

4to. Paris, Tklay 2, 1846. To the Duke Yasquier. 

Resigning his position owing to ill health, expressing regrets, and prom- 
ising to return at once if his presence is needed. 

4674. Servax De Gerbey (Joseph — French oeneral, and Minister of War). 

L.S. 2 pp. 4 to. Paris, June 4. 1806. Informs the Chief Inspector 
of Eevenue that V. Bisson has been placed in charge of the 6th ^lili- 
tar}' Division. With portrait. 

4675. Seze (Eaymoxd, Co]\ite De — defended Louis XYI, for whom he made 

an eloquent plea before the Convention) . A.L.S. to ]\Iarquis Alfieri di 
Sostegno, Piedmontese Ambassador at Paris. 4 pp. 12mo. Aix-le- 
Bains, August 11. In a wrapper with notes in the handwriting of 
Silvio Pellico. 2 pieces. 
A letter giving news of himself, and expressing esteem and devotion. 

4676. Seze (Eaymoxd, Comte De). Autograph manuscript, 3 pp. 4to. Un- 

signed. With portrait. 

4677. Shakespeare (William). Portrait, together with those of Chaucer, 

Spenser and Ben. Jonson, on one plate. Mezzotint. Folio. Un- 
signed. 

4678. SiiERiDAX (EiCHARD Brixsley). Portrait, bust. Engraved by C. Tur- 

ner, after Sir J. Eeynolds. Mezzotint. Open letters. 8vo. 

London, 1825 

4679. SiiipPixG. Eepresentations of various Dutch vessels, including Princess 

Louisa, Powalux and others. Line engraving by Suntach after 
Hwogerheyden. 4to. 

4680. Shipping. Eepresentations of various Dutch vessels, including the Her- 

cules, the Admiral Tromp and others. Line engraving bv Sunch after 
H. AV. Deyen. 4to. 

4681. SniPPiXG. 'T Vcrzoilen Van 'Stands Schip Prins Willem, of de Zuider- 

Ilaaks, den 14th Sept., 1781. Line engraving. 4to. 



468?. SiCARn (R. A. C, L'Abbk — distinguished French teacher of the Deaf 
and Dumb). A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo, includino; addressed portion. 
Paris, le 19 Frimaire [Dec. 9], 1805, stating that he will call soon 
upon M. Lemercier. 

4683. SiCAKD (R. A. C, L'Abbe). Portrait, full bust in oval. Bonneville 

sculp. Mezzotint. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4684. Sidney (Hek-rt). Son of Robert, 2nd Earl of Leicester. Portrait, full 

length, accompanied by dog. Mezzotint after Lely. Folio (cut close 
and repaired). 

4685. SiEYEs (Emmaxuel Joseph — celebrated French politician and publi- 

cist, member of the Directory). D.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, Nov. 25, 
1797. 

A passport given to Jacques A. Huguet by the Council of .500, per- 
mitting liim to go wtiere lie will in the department of Puy-de-Dome. It is 
also signed by three other members. 

4686. SiEYES (Emmanuel Joseph). Portrait, bust in uniform. Dessine et 

grave par F. Bonneville. Stipple. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4687. SiEYES (Emmanuel Joseph). Portrait, bust in oval. Allais sculp. 

Mezzotint. 8vo. 

4688. SiEYES (Emmanuel Joseph). Portrait, bust in oval, wearing cocked 

hat. Mezzotint by Levachez, military scene and biographical notice 
in script beneath. 8vo, on small folio sheet. 

4689. SiEYES, Beknadotte, &c. D.S. 1 p. oblong folio (folded). Paris, le 

28 Fructidor, L'An 7 [Sept. 14, 1799]. Pension for the widow of 
Pierre F. Limosin, signed by Sieyes, Presdt. of the Directoire Execu- 
tif, Bernadotte, Ministre de la Guerre, and the Secretary-General. 
(Slightly repaired.) With seal and portrait. 

4690. Simon (A. — shoemaker of Paris, guardian of young Louis XVIII. 

at the temple, beheaded with Robespierre). Portraits (1) bust, Des- 
sine par Gabriel, (2) bust. Lithograph after Gros. 4to. 2 pieces. 

4691. Simon (M. — military secretary). A.L.S. 1 p. 12 mo. Versailles, 

Sept. 11, 1796. Regarding a military order. 

4692. Smith (Sir William Sydney — celebrated English admiral, signed a 

treaty with Kleber for the evacuation of Egypt by the French, de- 
feated Napoleon at Acre). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio. Paris, Feb. 8, 1826. 
To M. Tomard, written in French. 

The writer excuses himself for not having been able to spend one evening 
with his friend, informs him about a publication by the " Institut de 
VEgypte," etc. 

4693. Smith (Sir William Sydney). A.L.S. (third person), 2 pp. 8vo (in 

French), n.p. Feb. 7, 1833. An invitation for recipient to be 
present at a demonstration of an invention. 

4694. Smith (Sir William Sydney). Portrait,' bust in uniform. T. Chees- 

man sculpt. J. Opie pinxt. Stipple in brown. Fine impression 
with margins. London, 1796 



4095. Smitji (Sii; Wii.i.iA.M Sydney). •'Sir Svilncy Smitlfs escape rroin 
France." Mezzotint. riisi.uiu'<l. 4t() ( iiiariiiiis on ;5 sides cut 
away). London, 1798 

4690. S-MiTH (Slit William Sydney). Portrait, l)ust in oval. Grave par 
Tassaert, 1806, dessine a\t Temple par Pli. Aug. Hen**=-=. Stipple. 
4to. Paris, n.d. 

4697. Smith (Siii William Sydxey). Portrait, hall' length in miirorm. 
Stipple. Proof before all letters on India paper, 

4098. Smith (Sir William Sydney). P(n-trait. lull length in miiform, 
standing on quay, ship in backgronnd. An unsigned Gerinan copper 
engraviiiii-, entitled '' Sir AV. Svdnev Smith grossbrittan Seeheld." 
4to. 

This curious plate is pmlialily tlie work of llie sanic enu'ravor wlio exe- 
cuted plates of Napoleon and .Tosepliine. copies of which appear in this 
eataloiiiie. 

4699. Smith (Sd; William Sydney). "The Escape of Sir Sychiey Smith 

from France after being confined two years." Line engraving by J. R. 
Smitli. 4to ; Also '' Sir S. Smith defending the breach of d'Acre 
against Bonaparte." A. Smith sc. Laffert del. 2 pieces. 

4700. Smith (Sik William Sydney). •" The Gallant Conduct of Sir Sydney 

Smitli at the Siege of Acre." In colors. Svo. 

4701. Smith (Spexcei; — brother of Sydney Smith). Coi)y of a ;') pp. folio 

letter, from the original by Casar Tuard. signed Ijy Smith as a '* True 
co]iy," Aug. 1. 1798. 

An interesting letter relative to the landing of French troops in Egypt, 
Bonaparte's march across the desert, headquarters of B4inaparte in the 
palace of Mourad Bey, etc. 

4702. Smoloxsko. Colored view. Folio. London. 1814 

4703. SoAVE (Father Fraxcesco — Italian teacher and wi-iter). A.L.S. to a 

Lady, sending her an Ode. 1 p. 4to. Milano. December 2, 1789. 
Witii portrait. In a wrapper with notes in the handwi'iting of Silvio 
Pellico. Together. 3 pieces. 

4704. Society oe Seals. D.S. by Lafai-ge. Pobelos, Guillotin. Fromme and 

others. 3 pp. folio, n.p. Sept. ISds. A record of the proceedings of 
a meeting. 

(Jnillotin heiv noted was a French pliysician. who is sometimes men- 
tioned as being the inventor of the machine called hy his name, but, ac- 
cording to Thomas" Biographical Dictionary such is not the ease. 

4705. Soci.'A'i i:s. Porti'ait. .1. Fabcr scur.. fi'cit. P. P. Rubens del. Mezzo- 

lint, ho. cni close and repaii'ecl in ])laces. London, Bowles 

4706. Somacllv (Cardinal .T. M. Della). L. subscribed and S. to Count 

Broglio. Ambassador of the King of Sardinia at the Papal Court, 
thanking him for bis note. 1 p. folio. ]\onie, January 27, 1830. 
In a wra|)]ier witli note- in tlie handwriting of Silvio Pellico. 2 
pieces. 



4707. SouBiSE (Charles De Kohan — Marshal of France, favorite of Louis 

XV., defeated by Frederick tlie Cirent). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, 
March 38, 1768. " 

To M. Trudaiiie ilo ^lontijiuy regarding a dispute coiicfniins the owner- 
sliip of certain lands. 

4708. SouhES (JEiJoiiE De, CoMTE — French general). D.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, 

le 2 Thermidor, I'An 11 [July 20, 1803], promoting a lieutenant. 
Signed, also, by several other members of the Consular Guard, in- 
cluding Languillermie, Teulie, &c. With portrait. 

4709. SouLT (Nicolas J. De Dieu, Due De Dalmatie — Marshal of France, 

repulsed by Sir John Moore, fought at Waterloo). A. L.S. 1 p. 
(? place). Sept. 14, 1807. With portrait, full length in uniform, 
standing (English print). 

Written during the year he received the title of Due de Dalmatie to an 
unnamed general, in which he says that a certain M. Lenoble had been 
promised one thousand francs per month but had not received payment, 
and asking that such be forthcoming. 

4710. SouLT (N"icoLAs J. De Dieu, Due De Dalmatie). L.S. " Mai. Due de 

Dalmatie," 1 p. folio. Paris, March 10, 1815. Orders the Minister 
of Finance to pay out a sum of money. With portrait. 

4711. Soult (Xicolas J. De Dieu, Due De Dalmatie). Signature, "Due 

De Dalmatie,"' also signature of Louis D'Orleans (2nd son of Louis 
Philippe). With portrait, Lidia paper. 

4712. SouLT (Xicolas J. De Dieu, Due De Dalmatie). Portrait, in 

uniform, on horseback. In colors. 4to. London, A. Park, 1838 

4713. Soult (Xicolas J. De Dieu. Due De DAL:\rATTE). Portrait, on horse- 

back. In colors. 8vo. London, 1838 

4714. Soult (Xicolas J. De Dieu, Due De Dalmatie). Portrait, half 

length, in uniform. Lithograph after Lesage. 4to. 

4715. Soult (Xicolas J. De Dieu, Due De Dalmatie). Portrait, full 

length in uniform, battle scene in background. Charon sculp. Aubry 
pinx. Mezzotint. Folio. " Paris, n.d. 

4716. Soult (Xicolas J. De Dieu, Due De Dalmatie). "Soult, a Santa 

Justina" [Avhere his division repulsed the Austrians]. Charon 
sculp. Adam del. Mezzotint. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

4717. SouRDis (Francois D'E. De — French cardinal. Archbishop of Bordeaux 

in 1599). Vellum D. S. 4 pp. 4to. August 24, 1599. Signed, also, 
by Land a is. 

4718. SouTiiEY (liOBKirr— eminent English poet). A.L.S. in full "'Eobert 

Sonthey," 1 p. 8vo. Keswick, July 16, 1838. With portrait. 

Regarding various books, including a play by Fletcher, which bad not 
been printed liefore Dyce printed it in 1S.30. also offering to edit a collec- 
tion of Old Ballads. 



4719. Spencer (Sik Bkent — British general, frequently mentioned l)y Wel- 

lington in despatches). A.L.S. "Spencer," 1 p. 4to. Eyde, Aug. 
30, 1817. Subscribing to a genealogy. 

4720. Stai^l-Holstein (Anne Louise G-. N., commonly called Madame de 

Stael, celebrated French authoress). A.L.S. " N. St.," 2 pp. 8vo. 
Lausanne, Sept. 26, n.y. To James Gressulh. 

A long and interesting letter in which she malces references to her 
father (Jacques Neclver, Prime Minister of France), her son and her 
daughter. . . . "It seems that a Minister of Finance wlio wishes to 
become popular, ought to show hunself a little more in favor of the claim 
of a man who from his own pocket fed Paris, when the city was in want 
and who refused to receive any compensation. One must not scorn 
honest people because they have shown themselves very considerate in 
their claims. . . . The Baron (her father), now in England would 
have considered public opinion in this matter. ... I like to tell you 
of the greatest interest in my life, because it means so much to my 
daughter. I am sure I shall like you, for you please me," etc. 

4721. Stael-Holstein (Anne Louise G. I!^.). Portrait, full length seated. 

Sasso inc. Bramiti dis. Stipple. 4to. 

4722. Stanislas Leszcznski, King of Poland. Portrait, full bust in 

uniform. Geoff roy se. M. Stachowicz del. 4to. (slightly stained). 

4723. Steele (Sir Eichard — associated with Addison as editor of the " Spec- 

tator."). Portrait, half length, standing. G. Kneller pinx. Mezzo- 
tint. Small 4to. London, Bowles 

4724. Straubin (Johanna Maria— b. 1689, d. 1722). Portrait, three-quar- 

ter length, Joh. Gottfr. Krugner sc. Line engraving. Folio. 

4725. Strongonof (Paul — Russian general, friend and adviser of Czar Alex- 

ander). Portrait, full bust in uniform. F, Vendramini sculpt. L. 
De St. Aubin delt. Stipple. 4to. London, 1813 

4726. Strozzi (Carlo — son of the celebrated general and Marshal of France, 

Pietro Strozzi). D.S. on vellum. October 22, 1564. 
An interesting list of expenses for the Royal Household. 

4727. Stuart (Dudley C Lord — married daughter of Lucien Bonaparte). 

A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo.' London, Jan. 17, 1849. To Joseph Keene, M. P. 
With portrait and biographical account. 

4728. Stuart (Lady Dudley C. — daughter of Lucien Bonaparte). A.L.S. 

" C. D. S.," 1 p. 12mo. May 9, n.y. Invitation to dinner. 

4729. SuciiET (Louis Gabriel, Due D'Albufera — Marshal of France). 

A.L.S. 2 pp. folio, Leuzbourg, July 3, 1798. To General Gadin. 
With portrait, full length in uniform. 

A fine military letter written shortly before he was appointed general 
of division under Massena. It tells the recipient that the general of divi- 
sion, Lecourl)e. wishes him to march on to Brient with the GTth brigade 
and there to await orders. He is to infoi'm the general in chief the instant 
he dei)art.s, and to find out and forward all information concerning the 
inhabitants and the passes in the country. He may make use of the ex- 
cellent map in the possession of Gen. Meille, etc. 



4730. SuciiET (Louis Gabriel. Due D'Albufeka). L.S. 1 p. folio, n.p, 

Xov. ir, 1799. To the Minister of War in Paris. 

The lioaror of this letter was an aide-de-camp of Geu. Grouchy, and 
wounded and taken prisoner at the Battle of Novi. Suchet asks that a 
position be given him. 

4731. SucHET (Louis Gabriel. Due D'Albufera). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. 

Nice, le 11 Nivose TAn 8 [Dec. 31, 1799]. Recall of General Dari- 
goulet to France, where he is to remain nntil further orders. With 
wax seal. 

4732. SucHET (Louis Gabriel, Dug D'Albufera). L.S., "Le Mai. Due 

D'Alhufera," 1 p. folio. Paris, March 21, 1818, requesting- Baron de 
Barente to restore M. ^Manoury to his former position of brigadier, &c. 

4733. SucHET (Louis Gabriel. Due D'Albufera). Portrait, bust in uni- 

form. Proof 1)0 fore all letters. 8vo. 

4734. Sue (Eugexe — popular French novelist). A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. n.p.n.d. 

Regarding a history of the navy, which he is sending to recipient. 

4735. SuCtXY. (French general). A.L.S., 1 p. 4to. Paris, le 28 Floreal, I'An 

XI [May 17, 1803]. To General Samson, Director of the War De- 
partment, requesting maps. 

4736. SuLKOWsKi (Axtox P. — Polish general, served with distinction in Na- 

poleon's army). Portrait, bust [drawn a few hours before his death], 
also on same sheet portrait of Dolomien, celebrated French geologist. 
Etchings. L^nsigned. 4to. 

4737. Sully (Maximiliex De Bethuxe, Due De — celebrated French states- 

man and minister of Henry IV.). D.S. on vellum, oblong 4to, De- 
cember 2, 1608; a list of various articles and expenses entirely in his 
handwriting, 2 pp. folio ; Oificial L. subscribed and S. " Rosny,^' to 
the General Treasurers of France, October 12, 1604; also 6 portraits 
and a printed account of his life. In all, 10 pieces. 

A very fine and interesting lot, from the Fremont collection. 

4738. Sully (Maximilien De Bethuxe, Due De). Receipt signed "Louis 

Pierre ^Maximilien de Bethune," 1 p. (3 pp. blank), undated. 

Acknowledging that he had received from M. Desmarez, the sum of 
5S61 livres 2 sols " for my living and pension the past year." 

4739. Surrexder of Corx'wallis. The Surrender of Cornwallis to General 

'Washington and Comte De Rochambeau. 19th of October, 1781. 
Copper engraving by Thornton after Hamilton. Folio. [1782] 

4740. SuRREX^DER OF Daxtzig. Certified copy of the terms agreed upon by 

the representatives of General Rapp and the Duke of Wurtemberg. 
5 pp. folio. Langfuhr, Dec. 17-29, 1813. Copy attested by the 
General Baron Faure, and another. 

4741. SuwAROW' (Alex. VASiLiEViTen surnamed Ryminiski, famous Rus- 

sian general). Portrait, half length in uniform. Grave per Joh. 
Neidt, peint par J. Kreutzinger, 1799. Stipple. 4to. 



4742. SuwAuow (Alex. Yasilihvitch). Portvnit. full length, in uniform. 

Stipi)lo. Unsigned. 8vo. London, n.d. ;nid .mother portniit of him. 
2 pieces. 

4743. SuwAROW (Alex. Yasilikvitcji). Portrait '- Conte Souwarow lly- 

niiniski, Principe Italiski,"" full length in unifoi'in. Comitareli inc. 
Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

4T44. SwAETZEXBUEGH (Prince— Field-Marslial) . Portrait, full length in 
uniform, on horseback. Poninev sculp. In colors. 4to. 

[London. 1816] 

4745. Talheiu (M.) A.L.8. 1 p. 4to. n.p.n.d. To M. Cornice, asking I'or the 
return of a report relative to a Mrs. Eobinet. 

474(;. Talleyeaxd (Chai;le,s :\[aueice. Peixce De Bexevext— celebrated 
French statesman, tied to the United States). L.S. 1 p. 4to. [Paris], 
le 2 Fructidor, I'An V [Aug. 19, 1797]. To the Secretarv-General 
asking him to furnish for his perusal certain correspondence of the 
division chiefs under him. es])eciall\- that with the courts of London, 
Berlin, and Vienna. 

4747. Talleyeaxd (Chaeles Maueice, Peixce De Bexevent). L.S. " Ch. 

Man. Talleyrand/"' 1 p. folio. Paris. Jan. 28. 1798. To :\L Delacroix, 
Ministcr-Plenipotentiarv to the Batavian Republic (Holland). With 
Portrait, full length, India paper. 

Written when Talle.vrand was Minister of Foreign .Vftairs. .-i jiosition he 
obtained partly through the influence of Madame de .Stael. He regrets 
that tile decree proposed b.v him to the Executive iDirector.v has not .vet 
been obtained. Hopes that Delacroix will be given thirt.v tlicnisand francs, 
and in the meantime will let him have half, payable in any form. 

4748. Talleyeaxd (Cpiaele.s Maueice, Peixce De Bexevext). L.S. " Ch. 

Man. Talleyrand," 1 p. 4to. Paris. :\[ay 8, 180G. To M. De Bron. 
With portrait, on India paper. • 

Informing recipient that if he is still bent on obtaining a diplomatic 
position, he ought to apply for that of auditor at the Council of State. 

4749. Talleyeaxd (Chaeles Maueice, Peixce De Bexevext). . LjS. 

••'Charles ^Eaurice," 2 pp. folio, Paris. April 1. 1812. To Prince 
****(?), arch-treasurer of the Empire. 

Talleyrand gives the reasons which led him to think that he was right 
in exercising a certain function ( i. e. receiving the oaths taken by the 
presidents of the electoral colleges and assemblies of the cantons). He 
now thinks that this function belongs to the person to whom he is writing, 
and not to the governor-general of the department of Holland, although it 
liad been heretofore exercised by such an official. He now makes amends 
by sending the papers stating the nominations of the presidents and the 
sworn statements of these men. 

4750. Talleyeaxd (Charles Maueice, Peixce De Bexi^'ext). A.L.S. 

'•'Talleyrand." 1 p. 8vo. n.p. Sept. 6. 1824. To the Baron De 
Their. With colored view (from the 1863 Valentine's ^Manual of 
N. Y.), of part of the house in whicli 'i'alleyrand lived, Blooming- 
dale Road. 

Interesting friendly letter expressing his regret that the Baron has not 
succeeded in a work he undertook, tliat he regrets his (the Baron's) long 
absence, etr-. 



-iTol. Tallkykani) (('iiAUi-Ks :\rAiKici;, rKixcK l)i; liK.vKVKXT). I'ortraii, 
bust in unifonn. Bocourt sculpt. Mullard del. Sti|)iiK'. Svo. 

47~y>. Tali.eyi!AXd (Charles IMaurice, Prince De Bexevi:xt). Portrait, 
bust in oval. jMezzotint (by Levachez), biograpby in script be- 
neath. Svo on small folio sheet. 

4753. Tai.levkand (Charles jMaurice, Prince De Benevext). Portrait, 

bust in unifonn. Bocourt sculp. jMullard del Stipple. Svo. 

Paris, n.d. 

4754. Talleyrand (Charles Maurice, Prince De Benevext). Portrait, 

three-quarter lenuth. seated. Godby sculp. Gerrand pnixt. Open 
letter proof. 4to. London. IS 14 

4755. Talleyrand (Charles :\rAURiCE, Prince De Bexkvext). Another 

copy of the same. 

475G. Talleyrand (Charles i\[ALRiOE, Prince De Benevent). Portrait, 
full length, cocked hat under arm. G. A. Sasso inc. G. B. Bosio 
dis. Line engraving. Svo. 

4757. Talleyrand, Bernadotte, Lauriston, and others. Portraits, mainly 

in uniform. Svo and 12mo. Xo duplicates. 20 pieces. 

4758. Tallien (Jean L. — French Jacobin, conspired against Poljespierre). 

Portrait, full bust in oval. I. Jones sculpt. Bouteville delin. Stip- 
ple. 4to. [London], IT 94 

4759. Tallien (Madame — wife of the dreaded representative of the Con- 

vention). 2 portraits; Mile. Duchenois — French actress; Portrait; 
:\liss Day, afterwards Lady Fenhoulet. Portrait, Mezzotint; Mile. 
Colombier — Xapoleon's first love. Portrait, in colors ; 4to and Svo. 
Together, 5 pieces. 

4760. Talma (Francois J. — celebrated French tragedian, received from 

Bonaparte tokens of special favor). A.X.S. 1 p. Svo. Feb. 14, 
n. y. Asking for an advance of lOU livres for M. Dcscoins. 

47ni. Talma (Francois J.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to, n.p.n.d. To the Baron 
De La forte. 

Regarding a passport for a frieu(L 

4:G2. Talma (Francois J.). Portrait, lialf lengih in character. P. Au- 
grand sculpt. ]\[uneret pinxt. Stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

4(;:;;. Talma (Francois J.). Portrait, full length in character. T. T. inc.. 
Demarchi dis. Stipple. Svo. 

4:04 TvLOT (M. L. — Frencli advocate, member of the Cuuneil of 500). 
A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. Paris, March 10, i:9G. Stating that he is send- 
ing recipient a co]jy of General Clarke's answer to his letter. AYriter 
is doing all in his power to bring about peace and happiness. On 
opposite paue is the copv of Gen. Clarke's letter in Talofs autograph. 



47G5. Taxa (Arduin). Two A.L.S. each 2 pp. KSiiio, and 4to. Quiers, 
May 18, 1790, &c. To the Marquis Fulletti de Barol begging hiin 
to visit him, and in one letter stating that he is on liis dying bed. 

From the Sylvio Pellico collection (No. 130), enclosed in his liln-ary 
wrapper and with his autograph annotations. 

4766. Target (Gut J. B. — eminent French advocate, selected by Louis XVI. 

as one of his defenders). Portrait, full length. Colored (proljably 
by hand). 4to. 

4767. Target (Gui J. B.). Portrait, bust in oval, ilezzotint. Unsigned. 

8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4768. Target (Gui J. B.). Portrait, bust in oval. Stipple. X'nsigned. 8vo. 

4769. Tascher De La Pagerie (Charles E. — son of Claude, the cousin of 

Josephine). A.L.S, 1 p. 8vo. Palais des Tuileries, June 6, 1858. 
With addressed envelope. 

4770. TA8C1IER (Stephanie — Duchesse D'Aremberg and niece of Jose- 

phine). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Dec. 15, 1808. Eecommending the 
'Sieur Eixeus for a post at a University. 

4771. Tasso (Torquato). Portrait, half length. Engraved by Pt. Hart. 

steel engraving. Proof on India paper. London, [ca. 1839] 

4772. Tauenzin Ton Wittenberg (Graf — "General Lieutenant der Infan- 

terie"). Bust portrait in uniform, without hat. Stipple. Un- 
signed. In colors. 8vo. Schweidnitz, n.d. 

4773. Taulier (Jean L. — French priest at Martinique, friend of Josephine). 

L.S. (with several words in his autograph, giving address, etc.). 3 
pp. 4to. Paris, July 12, n.y. To Josephine, stating that her mother 
having charged the writer with the delivery of some letters and 2 
cases of liquor, has been unable to deliver the liquor owing to trouble 
he experienced with the customs officers in London, etc. 

4774. Taylor (Baron). A.L.S. " Le Bn. Taylor."' 1 p. 8vo. n.p. Sept. 

11, 1827, regarding a painting, etc. 

4775. Teignmouth (Jean Shore, Lord). Portrait, three-quarter length, 

seated. Engraved by Henry Dawe after H. P. Briggs. Mezzotint. 
Folio. (Creased, cut close and thinned in places.) 

In 1793 Teignmouth succeeded Corewallis as Governor-General of India. 

4776. Temple (Sir Richard G. — British general, distinguished himself at 

the siege of Lille, 1708). Portrait, three-quarter length, seated. 
Richd. Houston fecit. Wm. Hoare pinxt. Mezzotint. Folio, re- 
pairs to margins. 

4777. Tillotson (John — celebrated English prelate). Portrait, half length, 

in robes. Mezzotint. Cut to plate mark, and inscription cut away. 

4778. Thackwell (Joseph — British lieut.-general, lost his left arm at Water- 

loo, distinguished during the Sikh war). A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to. York, 
July 1, 1821. To Major General Sir John Byng. On military af- 
fairs. 



4779. TiiiAUD De Bissy (Auxonne T. M., Comte De — French general, Na- 

poleon's Chamberlain). A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo (including address). 
[Paris], Dec, 29, 1815. Kecommending a Mr, Eeberdel. 

4780. TiiiAHD De Bissy (Auxonne T. M.— Comte De). A.L.S. 1 p, Svo. 

Paris, the 26th of ( ?). With view. 

4781. Thiebault (P. C. F. — General of Division, commanded a brigade at 

Aiisterlitz). A.L.S, 1 p, Svo, Paris, Nov, 26, 1842. Eequesting 
the loan of a book from the Eoyal Library. 

4782. Thiers (Louis Adolpiie — French historian). A.L.S. 2 pp. 8vo, 

Jan. 15, 1850. Bequest for a sufficient supply of coal and wood to 
last him until his full order can be filled. With 2 portraits. 

4783. Thomas (Antoine Leonard, celebrated French writer), x\.L. 2 pp. 

4to. St. Germain, February 5, 1770, 

A very interesting letter, full of tender expressions addressed to Madame 
Neeker, the well knoNvu Swiss authoress, and wife of the great financier. 

4784. Thomas (Antoine Leonard). A.L. in third person also addressed 

to Madame Neeker. 1 p. 4to. n.d. 

Announcing that the drama " Les fausses infidelites " will not be played 
today, as the comedians had announced the play without the permission 
of Mons. de Sartine, Lieutenant of Police. 

4785. TiiouiN (ANDRE^famous French botanist, gardener-in-chief of the 

Jardin des Plantes). A.L.S. 1 p. 16mo [1819] and 2 L.S., 1 and 
4 pp, 4to. Paris, Sept. 25, 1819 and July 5, 1823. On botanical 
subjects. Together, 3 pieces. 

4786. Thouret (Jacques G. — French legislator, guillotined 1794). Por- 

trait, full bust in oval, Jones fecit. Stipple. 4to. London, 1794 

4787. Thuriot (Jacques Alexandre — French Jacobin, president of the Con- 

vention, voted for the death of the King, etc.), D.S. 3 pp. folio, 
n.p. (Paris), August 11, 1794. 

A recommendation to the Committee of Public Safety regarding M. Le 
Barbier to replace M. Legendre as agent for the post-office. The docu- 
ment is also signed by Carnot, Jean Baptiste R. Lindet, and others. 

4788. Thurn (J. M. Graf Von — General during the Thirty Years' War). 

A.L.S. In German. 2 pp. folio. Prag, Nov. 16, 1631. (Damaged 
by damp.) 

4789. TocQUEViLLE (Alex De — eminent French statesman and political phi- 

losopher), A.L.S. Asking to send some books purchased for him. 1 
page and a half, 8vo, n.d. With portrait. 2 pieces. 

4790. Tolstoi (Peter Alexandrovitch — Eussian soldier, commander-in- 

chief of the Army of Eeserve). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio, with addressed 
portion on separate sheet. Ems-les Bains, August 18, 1826. To a 
firm of Paris bankers. 

Regards the forwarding of mail, says that he will be in Paris shortly 
and will call, etc. 



•i;i)l. TuxxEitUE (Dl'C I)e— Marshal oJ' France). 1-S. -i pp. loliu. Paris, 
Oct. 13, 1777. 

On financial affairs regard in i; a note for one tlnnisand pounds tliat the 
signer liad paid out for the purcliase of foreijin goods. 

4792. Toulouse (Louis Alexaxdiie De Boui!Box — sou ot Louis XIV. and 

Madame De Montespan). L.S. " L. A. de Bourbon." 3 pp. 4to. 
Versailles, Jan. 15, 1907. Informing M. de Chamillart that M. 
Faure is going to see the artillery of the department of Rousillon. 
Acconipanying the letter are various contem]iorary documents con- 
nected with that artillery and referred to therein. Together, 4 pieces. 

4793. Toulouse (Louis Alexandke De Boukbon). L.S. " L. A. de Bour- 

bon.*' 1 p. 4to. n.p. August 22, 172G. 

4794. ToussAiNT L'Ouvertuhe — celebrated negro general and liberator, 

L.S. 4 pp. folio. San Domingo, Oct. 21, 1797. On his specially 
printed stationery. To Citizen Vincent. 

An inii)ortnnt letter written soon after be was appointed general fn 
chief of the Arm.v of San Dcnningo. He sa.vs that the North and the .South 
are now united, and would have been united sooner had the agents of the 
Directory worked for the public good, and not abused their authority. He 
requests Mncent to bring before the Directory all his efforts towards 
peace and unity, and to do his best to prove the falsity of the reports 
about the inhabitants of San Domingo, which have been circulated In 
France, etc. 

4795. ToussAiNT L'Ouvertuke. A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Oct. 30, 1797. On his 

specially printed stationery. To Citizen Carouville. Director of the 

Artillery. 

Asking him to send an officer to examine some arms and see if they 
could be repaired. 

479G. ToussAiXT L'Ouveetuee. Portrait, bust in uniform. Bonneville del. 
et scidp. ^lezzotint. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4797. TousSAiXT L'Ouvertuke. Portrait, full length in uniform, present- 

ing a letter to an English general. Lithograph after Grenler. Small 
folio. 

4798. Ti?AFALGAK, 2 plans of action ; Defeat of the Dutch Fleet by Lord Dun- 

can; and others mainly of a siiuilar nature. Several in colors. 4to 
and 8vo. Together, 13 pieces. 

4799. Treaty of Peace. Articles of Peace between Great Britain and France 

and Great Britain and Spain signed at Versailles Jan. 20, 1783, by 
Mr. Fiizherbert. Copper engraving by Pollard after Hamilton. 
Folio. Circa 1790 

4800. TitEiLiiAUU (A. F. C— Frendi general, son of J. B. Treilhard, the Con- 

ventionalist, commanded at Belle-Isle-sur-Mer during the Hundred 
Days). L.S. 3 pp. folio, including addressed portion. Jan. IC, 
1809. To the Receiver-General of the Army of Spain, relative to a 
sum of monev due him. 



■iSUl. TnKW (('iniis'ioi'ii .). — crk'braU'd (Jt'nnaii l)()taiii>t ) . I'orli-ait, lialf 
lenjitli. .1. J. Haid sculp. D. van dw Smisscii piiixt. Mc/./.nilnX. 
4to. 

480"^. Tkoxchet ( FiiA\(;ois D. — French jurist. c'ui[)lc)yi'(l liy Louis .Wl. to 
defend him in his trial). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, April ;?, ISO.'!. 
To Citizen A'olnay, vice-president of the Senate. Witli portrait. 
Regretting that he is unable to be present at a ineeting of the senate. 

480;). TiiOUBiaDGE (Siii Thomas — British admiral, sent to the assistance of 
Xelson, served in the Battle of the Nile). Portrait, half length in 
nniform. Engraved by Miss M. Bourlier after W. Evans. 4to. 

Eondon, 1814 

4804. Tiu'GUET (Lauukxt J. F. — Fi'ench admiral, tlisgraced on suspicion of 

being averse to Xapoleon's elevation to tlie Imperial I'ower). D.S. 
1 p. folio. Paris, April 1, 179(i. 

Written while Minister of Marine, rejiardinjr the administration of the 
forges at Guerigny. 

4805. TcHERXiscHEF (Alkxandei! 1., Graf \'ox. — IJussian general, served 

with distinction against the French). Portrait, full bust in oval. 
A. Smith scul])t., Dahling pinxt. Stipple. 8vo. Eondon, 1813 

480t!. TcHERXiscHEi' (Alexaxder L, Graf \'ox). Portrait, full bust in 
uniform. Engraved by T. Wright after G. Dawe. Stipple. Open 
letters. 4to. ' Eondon. 1823 

4807. Tcherxischef (Alexaxder E, Graf Vox). Bust portrait in uni- 

form with fur coat, without hat. Unsigned. Eine and stipple. 8vo. 

4808. TuRENXE (Hexri De Ea Tour D'Auvergxe — Marshal of France, and 

a most eminent French general). D.S. 1 p. 4to. August 25. 1673. 
Passport issued for M. Gille Choufriau. an old gunner of Reynel's regi- 
ment who. unable to coutiuue his services, is going to Paris to solicit a 
position at the Hotel des Invalides. 

4809. Turexxe (Hexri De Ea Tour D'Auvergxk). Portrait, bust in uni- 

form. X. De I^armessin sculp. Meissonier, architect f. Eine en- 
graving. 4to. 

4810. [Turexxe (Comte De).] A.X.S. by Madame Patterson. 1 p. 12mo. 

Paris, Dec. 2'.). 1832. excusing tlie Comte. as he ill at lionie. 

4811. Turkish Documext. A folio document, probably an exequatur, writ- 

ten in gold and black, with signature, said to l)e that of the Sultan, 
in gold. 

4812. Tukeeau De EixiiiRE (Eouis M. — French general, and Ambassador to 

the United States). D.S. also by E. E. Beffroy. 1 p. 4to. Nice, 
March 18, 1794. An order for harness for the army in Italy. 

4813. Turreau (Eouis) axd Bitter (J. J.). (Members of the National 

Convention.) E.S. 1 p. folio. Xice, le 3 Yendemiaire, I'An Til 
[Sept. 24, 1794]. Signatures to an order on the Paymaster-General 
of the army of Italy to pay out a sum of money for the needs of said 
army. 



4814. FssuF Aguiaii Efexdi — Ambassador of the Sublime Porte at the Court 

of London. Portrait, full length, seated. Engraved Ijy N. Schia- 
vonetti jr., after ^Y. Miller. Stipple. 4to. London, 1794 

4815. UssuF Aguiah Efexdi. Another copy of the same. 4to. London, 1794 

4816. Uz (JoHAxx Petek — eminent German man of letters). A.L.S. 4 pp. 

4to. Leipzig, Jan. 29, 1782. 

An interesting specimen of dramatic criticism. 

4817. Vacherot (IEtiexxe — French philosopher and writer). Two A.L.S. 

1 p. Svo. 1842. 2 pieces. 

4818. Vaillaxt (Jeax B. P. — Marshal of France, served in the Russian 

campaign). A.L.S. 1 p. 12mo. July 14, 1864, no place. 
Regarding the work of a M. Valle. 

4819. Yalee (Sylvaix C— Marshal of France, Gov. of Algiers). A.L.S. 

" Mai Valee." 1 p. 4to. Paris, July 29, 1822. To Col. Vicci, deputy 
at the central depot of artillery. With portrait, full length in uni- 
form, and biographical account. 

Regarding the sum of seven hundred francs to be paid during tho 
first six months of 1S22 by right of indemnity to the directors of artillery 
in Paris. 

4820. Valee (Sylvaix C). L.S. 1 p. folio. Alger, Dec. 19, 1838. With 

portrait, full length in uniform. 

To the Minister of War releasing a soldier, Jean Paul Lapierre, from the 
light cavalry. 

4821. Yalee (Sylvaix C). Portrait, bust in uniform. Lithograph after 

Lemoine. 4to. 

4822. Yalleraxd [(Eminent French physician)]. A.L.S. 2 pp. 4to, includ- 

ing addressed portion. [Paris], May 25, 1830, stating that he had 
attended the sick child, &c. 

4823. Yalette (A. J. M. — French general, served in Italy). A.L.S. 3 pp. 

4to, including addressed portion. [Bourv], le 30 Fructidor, I'An XI 
[Sept. 7, 1803]. _ To the Prefect of the Dept. of the [Lain], re- 
questing that a birth certificate be verified, &c. 

4824. Yaxdamme (Domixique Eexe, Comte D'Uxeboueg — French general 

received a large reward from jSTapoleon for his conduct at Auster- 
litz). L.S. 1 p. folio. Cassel, le 24 Fructidor, I'An XI [Sept. 10, 
1803], asking the Minister of Finance to consider favorably a citi- 
zen's petition. With portrait. 

4825. Yaxdamme (Dominique Eexe, Comte D'TTxebourg). L.S. 1 p. 4to, 

n.p.n.d. To the Minister of the Interior. 

Recommending M. Ghesquiere for the sub-prefecture of Dunkirk. 

4826. Yaxdamme (Domixique Eexe. Comte D'Uxebourg). Portrait, bust 

in uniform. Stipple. Unsigned. 4to. Paris, n.d. 



4827. Vaxdammk (Dominique Kexe, Comte D'Unebouiu;)- Portrait, bust 

in imiform. Stipple. Unsigned. 8vo. Paris, n.d. 

4828. Yax-Dyck (Axthony). Sketches after "\'an-Dyck. Engraved by 

Edward i\[itchell. 4to. 20 pieces. Edinburgh, n.d. 

4829. Yane (Sir Henry— Gov. of Massachusetts). Portrait. Line engrav- 

ing by Houbraken after Lely. Small folio. London, 1742 

4830. Veax (C. L. a.— Member of the Xational Convention). L.S. 1 p. 

folio, n.p. July 4, 1794. 

Stating that the Convention had received the letter sent by the members 
of the ".Sofiete Popnhiire de Vauchiir " in which they expressed their in- 
dignation at the criminal attempt made upon Collot-d'Herbois and Robes- 
pierre. 

4831. Yexdome (Cesar, Due De — Natural son of Henry lY. and Gabrielle 

D'Estrees). D.S. (on vellum). 1 p. 4to. n.p. Dec. 1G19. 

4832. Yexdome (Cesar, Dug De). D.S. ordering his treasurer to receive the 

present as a part payment of the sum of 168 livres and 10 sols. 
1 page folio. Anet, March 13, 1640. With portrait. 2 pieces. 

4833. Yexdome (Louis J. — French general). D.S. 1 p. folio, n.p. July 25, 

1704. A passport for :fitienne Boete, surnamed Lapensee. With por- 
trait, bust in uniform. 

4834. Yerdier (J. A., Comte — French general). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. [Paris], 

le 22 Thermidor, I'An XI [Aug. 11, 1803]. To General Solignac— 
a friendly letter. 

4835. Yergexnes (Charles G., Comte De — French statesman). Portrait, 

three-quarter length. Yangelisti sculp. C'allet pinxt. Line engrav- 
ing. Large folio, small margins and somewhat stained. 

4836. Yergx'IAUd (Pierre Y. — celebrated Girondist). Portrait, bust in oval. 

J. B. Compagnie sculp. F. Bonneville del. Stipple. 8vo. 

Paris, n.d. 

4837. Yerxet (Horace — celebrated French painter). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo, 

n.p.n.d. To the Director of the School of Fine Arts. 

Thanlving the director for disposing of certain paintings for him. and 
informing him that he is a candidate for the positon of supervisor of th«; 
school in Rome, etc. 

4838. Yerhuell (Carel H. — Dutch admiral). L.S. 1 p. folio. Paris, May 

5, 1809. To General Armstrong informing him that his letter to 
the writer has been received, as well as the letter to the king, which 
has been delivered, 

4839. Yerhuell (Carel H.). A.L.S. 1 p. 4to. Paris, Nov. 3, 1835. Re- 

garding a portrait. With portrait, bust in uniform. 



4840. Vtctor (CLvrnE Peimjix. Drc Dv. Bklijxi:— Marshal of France, do- 

noiinced Xapoleon as "the man who lias tyrannizod and Ijetrayed 
France"). A.L.8. "he ]\[arechal de rKinpiiv. Due de Belhme. 
Victor.'' 2 pp. folio. July 9. 1811. 

Written durins: the time he was coimnander in chief of the army of 
Spain to an imnamecl correspondent (the above is the duplicate), asking 
him to use his intluence with Napoleon resardins his (Victor's) transfer 
from Spain, as owing to ill health he desires to return as soon as possilde 
to France. 

4841. Victor (Claude Pekrix, Due De Belluxe). A.L.S. "]e :Mal. de 

Belhme." 1 p. 4to, ii. p. Sept. 12, 1823. To the Cte. de Menon. 
Probably with reference to the retreat in 1S]2. The writer says "that 
the letter which has been sent from the war department, concernins my 
retreat is a proof of your personal interest in me." 

4842. Victor (Claude Perrix. Dec De Belluxe). Portrait, hust in uni- 

form. Eenald sculp. Quenet del. Stipple. 4to. 

4843. Victor (Claude Perrix, Due De Belluxe). I'ortrait, hust in uni- 

form. Forestier .sculp. 8vo. 

48J4. Victor (Claude Perrix, Due De Belluxe). Portrait, on horseback, 
Coitche fils sculp., biographical account beneath. Small folio. 

4845. A'lCTOR Amadeus II. — First Kixg Of Sardixia. L.S. 2 pp. folio. 

Turin, April 14, 1694. To Abbe Primari. 

4846. Victor Amadeus II. — First Kixg Of Sardixia. Portrait, bust 

in oval. Line engraving. 8vo. In Xapoli, n.d. 

484T. Victoria, Queex Of Exglaxd. D.S. with seal. 3 pp. folio. Lon- 
don, April 74, 1885. Also, signed by another. With portrait. 

4848. Victoria, Queex Of Exglaxd. Envelope addressed in A'ietoria's 

autograph, with seal. Also, photograph from life. 

4849. Victoria, Queex Of Exglaxd. Portrait, full length, royal robes, 

wearing crown. Printed in oil colors by G. Baxter. 8vo. 

4850. Views ix Fraxce. Vue du Chemin de fer de Paris a St. Germain; 

Vue de L'Ecole ]\Iilitaire: Vue de la Porte St. Denis; Vue du Chateaii 
de A'ersailles. Lithographs on India paper after Arnout. Folio. 
4 pieces. 

4851. Views ix Fraxce. Vue du Jardin du Palais Eoyal; Vue du Pan- 

theon; Vue Generale de la Place de la Concorde: Tomheaii du 
General Foy. Lithographs on India paper. Folio. 4 pieces. 

4852. Views ix Fraxce. A^ue du Palais des Tuileries; Arc de Triomphe de 

I'Etoile; Dome des Invalides: A^ue de la Colonnade du Louvre. Litho- 
graphs on India paper after Arnout. Folio. 4 pieces. 

4853. Views ix Frax'ce. \\w de la Tour St. Jacques la Boucherie; Bourse 

et Tribunal de Commerce; Eglise de la Afadeleine; Eglise Notre- 
Dame. Lithitgi'apli-; on Imh'a ])aper. after Arnout. Folio. 4 pieces. 



48oJ. Vj i:\vs IX Fi.-ANcE. Vue de la Tour St. Uenevievc et du Pantheon; Vue 
(le I'Arc do Trioniplie de I'P^toilc; Chanibre des Deputes; Vue de la 
Colonne et de la Plaee Vendome. Lithographs on India paper, after 
Arnout. Folio. 4 pieces. 

485.>. Views ix Fkaxce. Vue du Chateau de Versailles; Vue de la Cour des 
Fontaines a Fontainebleau ; Fontainebleau ; Vue du Palais des 
Tuileries et de I'Arc de Trioniphe. Lithoo-rajihs on India paper, 
after Arnout. Folio. 4: pieces. 

4856. ViEAVs IX Fkaxce. Fontainebleau; Vue du Pont du Carousel et de la 

Gde. Galerie du Louvre. Lithographs on India paper, after Arnout. 
Folio. 2 pieces. 

4857. A^illaret-Joyeuse (Louis T. — French admiral, commanded the San 

Domingo fleet). A.L.S. 2 pp. folio. In the road of Brent, on the 
" L'Occan," Sept. 13, 1801. To the Minister of the Navy and Col- 
onies, asking that his son be examined by Citizen Levegne. With 
portrait. 

4858. ViLLAKS (Claude L. H. De — one of the most able French generals of 

his time). D.S. 1 p. folio, Paris, Oct. 15, 1717. With portrait, 
bust in oval (slightly spotted). 

Permit ^riiiitefl to Captain Daclie, an officer under Yillars. granting 
leave of absence for three moutiis. Tlie document is also signed by 
Charles De G. Biron. Marshal of France. 

4859. Villatte. [French Lieut.-General]. A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Metz, Nov. 

23, 1824. Pequests '' ^Monseigneur " to grant him an interview. 

4860. ViLLEKOY (FfJAXCois De Xeufville— ^Nfarshal of France, defeated by 

]\rarlborough at the battle of Eamillies). L.S. 1 p. 4to. Valen- 
ciennes, Julv 11, 170G. 

A letter of introduction for an army officer. 

4861. AauLEitOY (Fkaxcois De Neufville). Portrait, bust in uniform. 

" ^larechal Villeroy," Jones fecit. Stipple. 4to. London, 1793 

4862. A'lLLEROY (Due De). L.S. 2 pp. small 4to. Versailles, July 7, 1766. 

4863. ViLLETTE (Julia De). A.L.S. 1 p. 8vo. n.p. May 4, 1808. A letter 

of thanks with mention of "' Madame Burke," etc. 

4864. A^iLLETTE (Lieutexaxt General). Portrait, Imst in uniform. C. 

Heath direxit. Stipple. 8vo. Bath. n.d. 

4865. A'io:iiEXiL (Citarles Joseph H.— :\Iarshal of France, second in com- 

mand of the army of Eochambeau in the United States). A.L.S. 
1 p. folio, n.p. August 26, 178(5. With portrait, full length, and 
biograph ical account. 

Keport of the condition of the army at Schonberg, in wliirli is especially 
iKitcd that of the horses of the various reiriments owing to poor oats, etc. 

4866 ViRGixiv View of the Natural-Bridge. Tinted lithograph after Koll- 
ner. '410. New York, 1848 



48GT. YoLDUOME Chevalier De — Minister of the Interior in Ollivier'.s Cain- 
net under Xapoleon III.). Official L.S. 1 p. folio. Parii=, Feljruary 
5, 18?0. 

To the English Consul in Paris sending statistics of the English popula- 
tion therein in 1S66. 

4868. [Voltaire. (Jean F. M. Arouet De).] An unsigned letter of 2 pp. 

to the Editor of the " Morning Post/' on Voltaire, March 23, 1779. 

4869. Voltaire (Jean F. M. Arouet De). .Portrait, bust in oval. P. Sudre 

del. Lithograph. 4to. 

4870. Voltaire (Jean F. M. Arouet De). " Jeunesse de Voltaire." Blancli- 

ard sculpt. Steuben pinxt. Line engraving. Folio. Margins slightly- 
torn). Paris, u.d. 

4871. Voltaire (Jean F. M. Arouet De). Portraits: (1) full length seated 

at a table in the attitude of composition, paper and ink before him, 
&c. Line. Morin del. P.M. feet. On tinted paper. Folio (2) a 
series of about 36 heads, also 1 full length, seated. (On 1 sheet). 
Line. Proof before all letters. Folio. (2 pieces). 

4872. AValcens (Anthony — Protestant Divine of Levden, translated Bible 

into Flemish). A.L.S. 1 p. oblong 12mo. Feb. 21, 1G28. Li Latin. 

4873. Waluegrave (AVillia^i — first Baron Eadstock, British admiral, served 

in the AVest Indies, in the battle of St. Vincent, etc.). Portrait, 
bust in uniform. Drawn and engraved by C. Wilkin from a painting 
by F. W. Wilkin. Stipple. Folio. Open letters. London, 1810 

4874. Waldner (C. F. D., Comte De — French lieutenant-general during time 

of Louis XV.). Portrait, full length in uniform, the costume (ot 
varied colors) worked in silk with gilt threads as decoration. Dela- 
fosse sculp. L. C. de Carmontelle del. 1765. 4to. 

4875. Washington (George). Washing-ton and his Generals. Engraved by 

A. H. Ritchie. Large folio. Open letters. 

New York, Emil Seitz, n.d. 

4876. Washington (George). Portrait, bust. J. C. Buttre Co. Fine im- 

pression, said to be the first taken from the plate. 

4877. Washington (George). Portrait, full length. Proof before all letters 

4to. Hart 763. 

4878. Washington (George). 2 portraits: F. Staps— German fanatic; Tip- 

poo-Saib, Sultan of Mysore. Portrait; View of Yalderas, Spain, 
showing the French troops ; Carel H. A'erhuell — Dutch admiral. Por- 
trait; Coster St. Victor — Napoleonic conspirator; Virgil, from a 
sculptured bust; N. C. Baron de Alncent. Portrait, after Laurent; 
4to and 8vo. Together, 9 pieces. 

4879. Washington Views. Capitol. Tinted lithograph after Kollner. 4to. 

New York, 1848 

4880. Washington Views. Capitol. Tinted lithograph after Kollner. 4to. 

New York, 1848 



4881. \\'asiiixgtox Views. President's House. Tinted lithograph after 
Kolhier. 4to. Xew York, 1848 

4885. Washingtox Views. General Post-Office. Tinted Lithograph after 
Kollner. 4to. XewYork, 1848 

4883. A^ASSEX-AER (Jacob Vax — well known Dutch admiral; was killed in a 

battle against the English in 1665). A.L.S. in Dutch. 1 p. 8vo. 
]\Iay 20, 1661. With engraved portrait. 2 pieces. 

4884. Waterloo. Certificate of John Xewman, a discharged prisoner, who 

v.as captured at Waterloo. 1 p. 4to. Printed (in English) by L. 
Pockwitz, Hannover, Osterstrasse, No. 255. Also facsimile of a note 
written by Xapoleon at St. Helena regarding the pyramids of Djize. 
2 pieces. 

4885. Waterloo. Paymaster's Warrant (Triplicate) in favor Capt. E. F. 

Fitzgerald for £28.19.6., authorized by William, Hereditary Prince of 
Orange, then commanding His Majesty's forces in Holland, fought 
at Waterloo, &c. Attested as a " true copy " by J. Colborne, with 
signature as Col. &c., first Baron Seaton, also at Waterloo. Also, 
signature of Fitzgerald, wounded in that battle. Folio. Laid in are 
two'plates, 8vo and 4to of the Prince of Orange. (3 pieces). 

Brussels, 1814-15 

4886. Waterloo Prize Moxey Certificate, signed by Lieut.-Col. De Hart- 

wig, testifying that Francis Morrow is entitled to his share of the 
Bounty Money which may become due from Captures made by the 
Anny under the Duke of Wellington in Flanders and France. 1 p. 
4to. Hannover, March 14, 1817. 

4887. Waterloo. Portraits of the British and their Allies. A series of 48 

medallion portraits on one sheet, including Wellington, Bliicher and 
many others, with explanation on separate sheet. Folio. 

4888. Waterloo. Hougomont, looking toward Waterloo. La Haye Sainte, 

looking towards Waterloo. Two views in color on one sheet. Folio. 

London, 1816 

4889. AVaterloo. Le Quatre Bras, looking towards Waterloo; La Belle Alli- 

ance, looking towards Genappe. Two views in color on one sheet. 
Folio. London, 1816 

4890. Watt (James — famous Scottish inventor). Portrait, bust, from a 

sculpture. Mezzotint. 4to cut to plate mark, and re-margined. 

4891. Weehawken View. Weehawken engraved by Durand after Bennett. 

8vo. 

4892. Weiss (Fraxz Eudolf — author, philosopher, soldier). A.L.S. in 

French to his puljlisher, in reference to a new edition of his " Philo- 
sophic, Political and Moral Principles." 2 pp. 4to. December 5, 
[17]88. 

A very remarkable man of a turbulent period of European history. 
The work mentioned above was translated in English and French, and 
while in England its author won considerable distinction as a pugilist. 



4893. Wellingtois- (Akthuk Welleslky, Duke Of — celebrated British gen- 

eral). A.L.S. '• Wellington." 1 p. 4to. Cheltenham, July 18, 
1816. 

Sayiiif;; that a certain letter has lieen received, etc. 

4894. AVellixgtox (Akthuk Welle.sley, Duke Of). A.L.S. (in French, 

1 p. 8v<). Wahull (?) Castle, Sept. 32, 1837. To Baron **** (?) 
asking him to call on the following day. With portrait. 

4895. Weleixgton (Akthur Welleslev. Duke Of), Portrait, hiisi in nni- 

form, on pedestal. Engraved In- IT. Cook after Tiirnerilli. Line 
engraving. 4to. Londoii, 1814 

4896. Wellixgtox (Arthur Wellesley, Duke Of). Portrait: (1) half 

length. Engraved by J. T. Wedgwood, after H. P. Briggs; (2) full 
length in uniform, London, 1816; (3) bust in uniform. Engraved 
by Eidley and Blood. London, 1808. Stipple and line engravings. 
8vo, etc. Together, 3 pieces. 

4897. Wellington (Arthur Wellesley, Duke Of). Portraits: (1) bust in 

uniform, C. Warren sculp. Uwins delin. London, 1807, (2) meet- 
ing of Wellington and Bliieher. London, 1817. 4 to and 8vo. 2 
j)ieces. 

4898. Wellington (Arthur Wellesley, Duke Of). Portrait, bust in uni- 

form. Drawn and engraved by Thomas Williamson, stipple. 4to 
cut close. 

4899. Wellington (Arthur Wellesley, Duke Of). Portrait, half length. 

Engraved by J. T. Wedgwood after H. P. Briggs. Open letter proof 
on India paper. 4to. London, 1841 

4900. Wellington (Arthur Wellesley, Duke Of). Portrait, half length 

in uniform. Dav. Weiss sculpt. Rob. Home pinxt. Stipple. 4to. 

[Vienna] 

4901. Wellington (Arthur Wellesley, Duke Of). Portrait, three-quar- 

ter length, in uniform. Mezzotint. Cut to plate mark, and en- 
graver's name, etc. cut away. 4to. 

4902. Wellington (Arthur Wellesley. Duke Of). Portrait, three-quar- 

ter length standing. Eugra\ed by W. Jackman, after John Lilley. 
:\Iezzotint Ijy E. S. Sadd, Xew York. Folio. Xew York, 1841 

4903. AVellington (Arthur Wellesley, Duke Of). Portrait, full length 

in uniform. Drawn I)y W. Heath. Line and stipple. Folio. 

London, 1814 

4904. Wellington (Arthui; Wellesley, Duke Of). Portrait, full length 

in uiiiform, on horseback. In colors. 4to. London [1815] 

4905. WELLiNCiTox (Akthur Wellesley, Duke Of). Portrait, full length 

ill unifofiii, on Iiorseback. In i-olors. 4to. London, A. Park, 1837 

4906. Wkij/i.\(;to.\ (Akthur Wellesley, Duke Of). Portrait, full length 

in uniform. [Drawn and etched l)y D. Dighton.] 8vo. 



,, ,,^ .X. ^Ai.rni.. WFfTFSLEY DuKE Of). rovirait "Le Feld- 

*""■ '"'^^::^i}u:twln;i^^^ *.. >."ifo™^ e^ave pa. p. Au- 

douin, .lossine par Vautliier. Line engraving. 8vo. Pan^, n.d. 

iflns Wf.iin-gton ( Virrmu Welleslev, Duke 0»). Sketch of the face 

4908. '^'^l;}^!^.^^^^^ l^„„„e„ee, executed while ly.ng "' ^t^^^;^/™"* 

on India paper. 8vo. ' 

tono WvTTTvrTox rAuTiiui: Wellesley, Duke Of). Portraits: (1) three- 
''''■ '^^■;"rteJTenith' in\oUegiate dre., ^^^''' l^^^^^. ^'^t 
+U-P11 at Oxford" Proof m open letters. London, 18d-i, {4) on 
hox"ebl^ tMe'i lithograph. London, 1852; (3) half length en- 
ora;ed by H. T. Ryall. after Sir T. Lawrence. India paper. Lon. 
don, 1836. All -Ito. Together, 3 pieces. 
.010 WriTixcTON (\ivnimi Wellesley. Duke Of). Portrait, together 
'"''- ''^i th^^ cHliieher, Moreau, and 8 others, -e^allions^ on. sheet 
Folio. 

A^^^ Wfiiixotov (AnTiiuR Wellesley, Duke Of). (1) Po^'.^^f^^,:. ^.^^JJ 
ienoi i^ mifovni; (2) bust in imiform; (3) meeting with BKicher 
iT Bene Alliance; (4) it Waterloo; (5) animnnition wagon f Water- 
loo. Line. 4to and folio. 5 pieces. London, <sc. v.a. 

4912 Wellington. Gerahd. Smolexskoi, and others Portraits, mainly in 
imiform. 8vo and 12mo. ^o duplicates. 20 pieces. 

4913. WEST (BE...AMix-Americ.n painter) AX.S. 1 1- -dl 4to with 
addressed slip [London], April 12, 1.52. io \ir. J^o>J^« ' 
English engraver], enclosing draft npon him tor £oO. Portrait en 
craved by Scriven after Sir Thomas Lawrence. 

cnt close and repairs to margins. i^ondon, i3o}ae 

low. Line engraving, iolio A\ith margin^. 

Fine impression. ^ p T P 

X AT,. AVoc^- niirl familv. Engraved by G. S. & L ^- 

«^^-^'1LSS?'SSii.We;t"t!;;;S^%iiio. i-aon,i:r 

. v.v+r^it half leno-th ^^lezzotint. Unsigned. 
4917 West (Bexjahix). Foitrait, iiail len in. London 

Folio proof (margin slightly damaged). 

1 TTi. tinn^ Portraits. ^Mezzotint. V. Green 
4018. ^^^^^^';:^^^,l:'%^t^.^ns cut awav, new bottom 

margin supplied and ^''^^-f^^^]l;,,,^,a by V. Green, HTo] 

impression. 



4930. West (James — English antiquary, President of the Eoyal Society). 

Portrait, half length. Engraved by T. Ilodgetts, after a painting in 
possession of James West. Mezzotint. 4to. Open letters. 

London, 1819 

4931. West Indies. The Gallant Captain Lord Robert Manners Mortally 

wounded on board the Eesolution in the glorious Victory obtained 
over the French Fleet, 13th of April, 1783. Copper engraving by 
Pollard after Hamilton. Folio. [1783] 

4933. West Indies. The French Admiral Comte De Grasse, Delivering his 
Sword to Admiral (now Lord) Eodney. Copper engraving by 
Thornton after Hamilton. Folio. Circa 1790 

4933. West Indies. The Capture of Tobago in the West Indies by the 

English, April 15, 1793. Copper engraving by Scott. Folio. 

London, 1794 

4934. West Indies. An exact account of Vice Admiral Vernon's taking the 

Castle and Town of Chagre in the West Indies. Line engraving, 
crudely hand-colored. Folio. 

4935. West Indies. A^iew of St. Martin. Dutch line engraving. Folio 

(creased). 

4936. West Indies. View of St. Lucia. Thornton sculp. Hamilton delin. 

Copper engraving. Folio. ** (From Barnard's History of Eng- 
land.) 

4927, W^est Indies. Vue du Port de la Trinite et tout le nord de la Mar- 
tinique. F. Leizelt sculp. D. Serres pinx. Dutch line engraving. 
In colors. 4to. 

4938. Whale Fishing. The Northwest or Davis's Streights Wliale Fishery. 

Fran. Ambrosi sculpt. Eob. Dodd delint. Line engraving. Folio. 

4939. Whitworth (Charles, Lord — British Ambassador to Paris). A.L.S. 

(third person) (in French). 1 p. 4to. n.p.n.d. To an unnamed 
person. With portrait, on India paper. 

Regretting that he failed to keep a certain appointment, but promising 
to meet him on the following Monday. 

4930. Wieland (Christoph M. — celebrated German poet, friend of Goethe). 

A.L.S. ''Wieland." 1 p. 4to. Weimar, July 1, 1773. 

The famous meeting of Napoleon with Wieland, the former in military 
dress, the latter wearing ordinary garments, w'ith unpowdered hair, little 
skull cap and felt shoes, is graphically described in Sloane's " Life of 
Napoleon." 

4931. Wieland (Christoph M.). Portrait, full length, standing. L. Eados 

inc. G. B. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

4933. Wilberforce (William — eminent English philanthropist). Portrait, 
full length, seated. Engraved by James Heath, after John Eussell. 
Line engraving. Folio (slightly skinned on upper margin). 

[London] 



4933. Wilkes (John — celebrated English i)olitician). Portrait, full length, 

seated, holding staff crowned with " Liberty." Drawn from the 
life and etch'd in Aquafortis by "Willni. Hogarth. Small folio, spotted 
and with two crease marks. London, ilay ye 16, 1T63 

4934. "Wilkes (John) and Others. D.S. 3 pp. folio. | Xew York], Dec. 

2-i, 1800, in which Wilkes appoints Maurice Alexandre B. cle la 
Nautte D'Hauterive as his agent. Signatures of witnesses and the 
French Consul of New York. Also signature of S. B. Malcom, 
Notary Public of same city. With 2 seals. 

4935. AViLL of Joan Gozzino of Ferrara. 2 leaves of vellum. Ferrara, Feb- 

ruarv 4. 1555. 

A curious document. 

4936. WiLLiA:\r I., King Of Prussia. Portrait, vignette. Engraved by J. 

Yendramini after P. E. Stroehling. Stipple. 4to. London, 1814 

4937. William L, King Of Prussia. L.S. 1 p. folio. Berlin, Sept. 26, 

182T. Countersigned also by Y. Griesheim. 

4938. William L. King Of Prussia. A.N. 1 p. 8vo. n.p.n.d. With por- 

trait. 

4939. William I. (King Of Wurtemberg, opposed the King of Prussia in 

his efforts to acquire supremacy in Germany). L.S. 1 p. 4to. 
Stouttgart, July 29, 181T. Thanks Chev. Hippisley for letters, and 
notification of the Presdt. of the Eoyal Institute of Great Britain, 
Countersigned by the Secretary of State. 

4940. William I. — King Of Wurtemberg. Portrait, bust in uniform. In 

colors. 8vo. 

4941. William I. — King Of Wurtemberg. Portrait, bust in uniform. Stip- 

ple. Engraved by Benoist. 4to. 

4942. William I. — King Of Wl'RTEMBERG. Portrait, full length in uniform. 

Torchina inc. Bosio dis. Stipple. 8vo. 

4943. William IY., King Of England. L.S. 1 p. 4to. Windsor Castle, 

Aug. 17, 1834. Acknowledges receipt of advice from Lord Auckland 
relative to the arrival of the Queen. With portrait. 

4944. William IY., King Of England. Three-quarter length portrait in 

uniform, hat raised from head, standing on shipboard, and al)out to 
drink to the toast, "The Navy." Mezzotint. Painted by M. W. 
Sharpe. Engraved by W. Say. Large folio. 

London; W. Sams, 1830 

4945. William IY., King Of England. Portrait, full length in robes, stand- 

ing. Mezzotint. Unsigned. London, 1831 

4946. William IY., King Of England. Portrait, full length, standing. 

Engraved by J. E. Coombs after Sir Thomas Lawrence. Mezzotint. 
Small folio.' Open letters. (Slightly stained.) London, 1836 



4947. Wjlliam IV., King Of Kxcii.Axi). Anoilici' copv of the same (slighlly 
creased). 

4048. AViLLiAM. Landgrave Of Hesse. D.S. 2 pp. folio. June !». l(i:3(;. 
With portrait, bust in armor. Fine impression. 

4949. Williams (Helex M. — author of '"'Letters from France"), A.L.S. 

1 p. 8vo. June 13, n.}'. Asking the recipient to come and tell them 
all about '' beautiful Italy.'' 

4950. WiLLOT (Amedfe Be — French General, transported in K9}' as an ac- 

complice of Pichegru). A.L.S. 1 p. folio. Bastia (Italv), ^lav 9, 
1816. To the Due de Feltre [General H. J. G. Clarke], acknowledg- 
ing the receipt of a circular sent him, &c. (Paper ])unctured in 8 
places.) 

4951. WiLSOx (SiPl Eobeijt Thomas — British general, aided Lavellette to 

escape from Paris). A.L.S. 2 p)). 41o, including addressed portion. 
Oct. 20, 1832. Personal matter. 

4952. WiLsox (Sir Robert Thomas). A.L.S. 2 pp. 12mo. Oct. 183(;. 

Regards the mailing of a letter, with mention (twice) of Lad.v Seymour. 

4953. WiLSOX (Sir Robert Thomas). Portrait, bust in uniform. Eiigraved 

by Roberts. Stipple. 8vo. London, 1817 

4594. WiLsox" (SiE Robert Thomas). Portrait, bust in uniform, together 
with portraits of Sir John Ely Hutchinson and ]\Iichel Bruce. Grave 
par Blanchard tils. Dessine par Neveu. 4to. Paris, n.cL 

4955. AViLsox (Sir Robert Thomas). Portrait, half length, in uniform. 

Dessine et grave par Esbrard. Mezzotint. 4to. | Paris, n.d.] 

4956. WiLSOX (Sir Robekt Thomas). Portrait, full length in uniform. Lith. 

de Sentex, ^1. Dusaulehoy del. Small folio. 

4957. WiLSOx (Sir Robert Thomas). Portrait, together with those of Gen. 

John H. Hutchinson and Michel Bruce, full bust in oval, in uniform. 
Grave par Blanchard ills, dessine par ... A. Xeveu. Line en- 
graving. 4to. Paris, n.d. 
All three were arraigned bv the Court of Assises of the Department of 
the Seine. April 22, 1S16. 

4958. Wimpffex (Fraxz E. L. H. — German military commander, served 

against the French in 1813-4). L.S. 1 p. folio, Giuclma (April 27, 
1853). Regarding timber on 15 hectares (30 acres). 

4959. Wimpffex-Berxebueg (Felix — distinguished general, served in the 

French army). Portrait, full bust in oval. Pitor sc. Lambert del. 
Stipple. 4to. Paris, n.d. 

4960.