Signed autograph letter dated June 20, 1861. Signed autograph letter dated June 20, 1861 in Algiers. Maurice Sand was the son of the famous French writer George Sand. In 1861, he was aboard the yacht Jérôme Napoléon, named after Prince Napoléon-Jérôme Bonaparte, who was also present on the yacht. Colonel Ferry, Doctor Yvan Lemoyen, and Captain Dubuisson were also on board.
June 20, 1861 My dear sweetheart, the prince arrived last night, and I saw him today on his yacht. He's taking me with him to Oran, then to Cadiz, Lisbon, and from there he's going to America. I will probably return to France with the princess unless you allow me to go with my prince. Ferry, Doctor Yvan, and Captain Dubuisson are on the trip, and they didn't expect to find me here. I would be wrong to miss such a great opportunity to travel in good company, and I must take advantage of it.
Don't worry about me. I will write to you whenever I can send you my letters; but what bothers me is that I don't know where to tell you to write to me. Under cover of Colonel Ferri, aboard the Jérôme Napoléon, at sea, or under the cover of the prince himself. June 21 I asked Doctor Yvan Lemoyen to get news from you.
He told me that by addressing it to Mr. Hubaine at the royal palace, it should reach its destination since he is in charge of sending the Prince's correspondence. Dimensions: 20.4 x 13.2 cm. Condition: See photos for more details.
Number of pages: 3 pages. Jean-François-Maurice-Arnauld, Baron Dudevant, known as Maurice Sand, born on June 30, 1823 in Paris and died on September 4, 1889 in Nohant-Vic, was a French writer, entomologist, and painter.
He was the son of George Sand. ~d], pen name of Amantine Aurore Lucile Dupin de Francueil, by marriage Baroness Dudevant, was a novelist, playwright, letter writer, literary critic, and French journalist, born on July 1??, 1804 in Paris and died on June 8, 1876 at the Château de Nohant-Vic. Napoléon Joseph Charles Paul Bonaparte, known as Napoléon-Jérôme, French prince, known as Prince Napoléon, Prince of Montfort, Count of Meudon and Moncalieri, born on September 9, 1822 in Trieste and died on March 17, 1891 in Rome, was a... Mathilde Létizia Wilhelmine Bonaparte, better known as Princess Mathilde, born on May 27, 1820 in Trieste and died on January 2, 1904 in Paris, was a representative of the Bonaparte family. Autograph letters, old papers, ancient books, photographs, engravings, stamps... We appraise and/or buy your letters, collections of letters, and ancient books throughout France.
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