François-rené De Chateaubriand / Signed Autograph Letter / London / Embassy
Autograph letter signed " chateaubriand" to a lady s. L, February 4, 1822, 1 p. 1/4 in-8 old repair of the first and second sheets, without prejudice to the text. Chateaubriand settled his final preparations before leaving for London, where he was appointed ambassador. I found, ma'am, on my way home last night, the post that you gave me the honor to write to me; I thank you for giving me the opportunity to do something that could be pleasant to you. I'll be very happy to take care of the London box, ma'am. I will only ask you to have the goodness to keep her at home until I send her to take her, in fear that she might find herself lost or lost in the midst of all the confusion of my packages.
Please accept, ma'am, the quick tribute of my respect. At the end of 1821 Chateaubriand was appointed Ambassador of France to the United Kingdom. He will hold the post less than a year since he will take office as Minister for Foreign Affairs as of 28 December of the same year. This item is in the category "collections\letters, old papers\autographs\others".
The seller is "laurent-autographs" and is located in this country: fr.
- Epoque: restoration
- theme: history, politics
- type: signed autograph letter
- number of pages: 2