3 edition of manuscript of 1814. found in the catalog.
manuscript of 1814.
Fain, Agathon-Jean-FranГ§ois baron
|LC Classifications||DC236.75 F253|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1412|
From the description of George Palmer Putnam letters [manuscript], (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: George Palmer Putnam () was a book and magazine publisher. From the description of George Palmer Putnam correspondence, (Unknown). WorldCat record id: Captain Joshua Barney manuscript- 26 April ADS dated 26 April Receipt for 3 signal pendants made by Mrs. Sarah Stiles* of Baltimore for "United States Flotilla, Commodore Barney.
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In two decades of traveling throughout Mexico, Central America, and Europe, French priest Charles Étienne Brasseur de Bourbourg (–) amassed hundreds of indigenous manuscripts and printed books, including grammars and vocabularies that brought to . Original manuscript of George Mackaness' biography of Arthur Phillip. Handwritten in 19 foolscap sized journals. Each journal represents sections or part of sections of the biography which was published by Angus and Robinson in Biography/History: Author, educationalist, historian and book collector.
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The Manuscript Of A History Of Events Which Led To The Abdication Of Napoleon Paperback – September 2, by Agathon-Jean-François Fain (baron) (Author)Author: Agathon-Jean-François Fain (baron). Excerpt from The Manuscript of A History of Events Which Led to the Abdication of Napoleon Botanist and Geologist for the Ex edition.
In Three Volumes, Octavo, illustrated with Maps an Plates. In Three Volumes, Octavo, illustrated with Maps an : Agathon Jean Francois Fain.
The manuscript of A history of events which led to the abdication of Napoleon. Written at the command of the emperor by Fain, Agathon-Jean-François, baron, Pages: Read "The manuscript of A history of events which led to the abdication of Napoleon Written at the command of the emperor, by Baron Fain" by Baron Agathon-Jean-François Fain available from Rakuten Kobo.
The Campaign in France saw Napoleon desperately struggling for Brand: Wagram Press. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fain, Agathon-Jean-François, baron, Manuscript of London, H. Colburn and Co., (OCoLC) Manuscript orderly book kept by Major Manuscript of 1814.
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Format Manuscript/Archive Language English Variant Title James Brent Commonplace book Summary The commonplace book contains accounts for carpentry work and farm work; formulas for simple financial documents; copies of legal and financial documents including promissory notes, indentures and the will of William Brent; prayers and hymns; list of the births and deaths of children of James and.
The second volume of the first edition of the Brothers Grimm 's Grimms' Fairy Tales is dated this year but published late in The United States Library of Congress, destroyed in the Burning of Washington, is re-established by purchase of the personal library of ex-President Thomas Jefferson.
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The book contains a facsimile of Napoleon’s own handwriting in his (unreadable) instrument of abdication. The first part of the book chronicles Napoleon’s movements and manoeuvres between November and January as he strove to avoid abdicating and drive wedges between the countries of the coalition which had overwhelmed him.
Date: Book/Printed Material [ Facsimile of Keim manuscript] manuscript | 1 manuscript photostat, mounted on cardboard | This copy of the Star spangled banner was written by Key in for his friend Gen. George Keim of Reading, PA. The earliest printed book in the list is a Southern Song annotated woodblock edition of the Book of Tang printed c.
The first book to achieve a sale price of greater than $1 million was a copy of the Gutenberg Bible which sold for $ million in Manuscript/Mixed Material Thomas Johnson to Andrew Jackson, April 1, Enlarge View 3 images in sequence.
Download. book was kept by John Hoplar. However, someone at a later date labeled all of the volumes “Phinehas Horton s Account Book.” Phinehas Horton kept a daybook dating from and an account book dating from that document his general store in Morris County.
The daybook contains entries for the date, customer, product sold, and cost. Includes a December Daniel Stewart letter to Gov. Peter Early regarding Georgia militia rifles, and a manuscript transcription, datedof an official report and cover letter dated 13 and 16 January from Captain A.
Massias, 1st U.S. Rifle Regiment, concerning the British attack on an American battery near Point Peter, Georgia. The book was entitled the ‘Manuscript Found,’ of which he read to me many passages.”.
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New light on the early history of the greater Northwest. The manuscript journals of Alexander Henry and of David Thompson Exploration and adventure among the Indians on the Red, Saskatchewan, Missouri and Columbia riversPages:.
Induring renovations to the Castle and town of Lismore by the sixth Duke, the manuscript was rediscovered, having apparently been walled up in the Castle with the Lismore Crozier, which is now in the National Museum of known as: The Book of Mac Cárthaigh Riabhach.Papers of Frederick Watson, [manuscript] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.Books that likely influenced the Book of Mormon.
The Solomon Spalding Manuscript () by Solomon Spalding This unpublished manuscript was a work of fiction created by a retired minister, Solomon Spalding who died in before being able to publish his work.