Mirabeau honored gabriel Riqueti Count (bignon-Mirabeau in 1749 - Paris 1791), French revolutionary, the great orator of the beginnings of the French Revolution. Autograph letter signed \At Castle Mirabeau November 6, 1782; 2 pages 4to. Mirabeau tries ultimate reconciliation with his wife who requested the separation of the couple: \No, madam, I will never believe that it does you no longer possible to fulfill your duties; and you are not able to hide those you your title dépouse you must. I do not believe Whether you have had the idea for dattester insurmountable barrierre between you and your husband chimeric events which i disproved, as a true judgment the declared!
I do not believe especially Whether you have been me suspect could attempt on your freedom, that whole family as well as defend yours if threw able lattaquer; Whether you have or threatened to yourself your husband dinvoquer against him the aid of the laws. This is under their warranty, madame, that I am your husband; and this name mest dear. I am committed den claim the rights and defend them because jy see your happiness and mine.Eight years have matured since my youth we live far apart from one another. I believe that those eight years difficillement dedicated to misfortune, very sacred title on the good hearts, mait driven from yours. Ask the lady; check your real friends, the ones in your home, those of your person; those Nont points of interest to disunite us, we scramble; Mon to lead us against the other; I doubt they contradict my vows. But what I do not doubt, this is quen down in yourself; this is quen listening to the cry of your consciousness, your equity, your natural generosity, you nayiez horror to plead, that the man you have chosen, with whom you have lived two years in which you have written a few letters very worthy of you and who has not seen since these witnesses letters of your tenderness were written; that this man, this father of a son you cried eighteen months with tears that touched everyone who you are acquainted, tears which your spouse can only dry up the source giving you other tokens of his love; that this man is no longer and should no longer be your husband. Because it has debts, nauroit that he, if their arrangement nétoit not required to slow formalities?
Because it was very unfortunate, very slandered, and that he likes to I do not know what advice to look like a personal insult to you a charge authentic judgment quun has pushed? Your heart sindigne of these barbarous sophistry and disown your pen. You nignore that the groom not you have chosen is neither ungenerous nor ignoble nor heartless, we have even more of praise, madam, that it suits me den repeat here. But I have not forgotten. They are my judge, valuable your affection, your esteem, deign to remember your turn if the threat very serious and not trivial, as is the quon has advised you nobtint never anything me your tenderness, your reason your gentleness were rarely refused, and especially never be him.
\The young Mirabeau, despite his gambling debts and a libertine reputation, wife Emilia, daughter of the powerful Marquis of Marignane in 1770. They have a son Victor who died in 1778. To escape his creditors, his father imprisoned at the fort de Vincennes and the castle of joux.
Meanwhile, Mirabeau saw a love affair with a married woman, sophie monnier which loblige to lexil and lemprisonnement. His wife asks judicial separation in 1782 year of this letter. This is pronounced in 1783. The item \The seller is \This article can be shipped worldwide.