Autograph Signed Letter

Chateaubriand / Signed Letter (1841) / The Vow To Be Buried At The Edge Of The Sea


Chateaubriand / Signed Letter (1841) / The Vow To Be Buried At The Edge Of The Sea
Chateaubriand / Signed Letter (1841) / The Vow To Be Buried At The Edge Of The Sea

Chateaubriand / Signed Letter (1841) / The Vow To Be Buried At The Edge Of The Sea   Chateaubriand / Signed Letter (1841) / The Vow To Be Buried At The Edge Of The Sea

Letter signed \\He lives in St Servan, suburb of St Malo in mainland. Frederick chateaubriand is my nephew fashionable in Britain, this is to say that he is the son of my cousin Armand de Chateaubriand shot by Bonaparte to the plain of Grenelle. You are more fortunate than I, sir, you review my country that I have not visited for 50 years. Ny I know nobody and nobody would recognize my more.

You may find a stone unnamed prepared to cover me in the sea in a sandy islet where I want to be buried. Come back soon, sir, with your new harvest. You do not imagine the fun we have all to see you again. According to his wish, chateaubriand was buried on the islet of the great bé in Saint-Malo.

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Chateaubriand / Signed Letter (1841) / The Vow To Be Buried At The Edge Of The Sea   Chateaubriand / Signed Letter (1841) / The Vow To Be Buried At The Edge Of The Sea