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The manuscript of 1814. A history of events which led to the abdication of Napoleon. Written at the command of the Emperor.

Fain, Agathon-Jean-Fran?ois, baron.

Published by H. Colburn and Co, London, 1823
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First edition in English. Translation of the author's "Manuscrit de mil huit cent quatorze," originally published at Paris, 1823. The frontispiece is a facsimile of Napoleon's abdication, and the folding map is of the 1814 campaign. 8vo. vii, [1], 412 pp.; facsim., fold. Contemporary sheep; binding waterstained. Waterstaining light to sometimes very noticeable in text; cockling and embrittlement of paper. Fracsimile has offset part of image to title-page. Map torn is at least two places. Fore-edges of early leaves chipped and chipping. Ex?social club library: 19th-century bookplate, call number on front pastedown, pressure-stamp on title-pages, no other markings. Bookseller Inventory # 26323

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Title: The manuscript of 1814. A history of events ...

Publisher: H. Colburn and Co, London

Publication Date: 1823

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