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Marbeuf, Louis-Charles René comte de 1712-1786

Overview
Works: 8 works in 9 publications in 2 languages and 11 library holdings
Genres: Personal narratives  History 
Roles: Author, Other
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Most widely held works about Louis-Charles René Marbeuf
 
Most widely held works by Louis-Charles René Marbeuf
Discours prononcé par Mr. le comte de Marbeuf à l'ouverture des États de Corse à Bastia, le 26 mai 1785 by Louis-Charles René Marbeuf( Book )

2 editions published in 1785 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Discours prononcé by Louis-Charles René Marbeuf( Book )

1 edition published in 1773 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Claude-Charles Coster letters by Claude-Charles Coster( )

in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Bound manuscript consisting mainly of 244 letters from Coster to Beauveau, written from 1790-1791, containing extracts from the minutes of France's Constituent Assembly and observations on the latest political developments and incidents in Paris, including eyewitness accounts of some events. Coster also describes his own salary negotiations at length. Bound with these letters are transcripts of poems and songs relating to the French Revolution, minor quotations from a book published in 1806, and 40 letters by others written during the period from 1788-1792. Correspondents other than Coster include Pernot, abbé Arrighi, the marquis d'Argence, Pierre Vincent Benoît, Louis François Bertin, the marquis d'Amboise, Jean-François Joly de Fleury, Charles-Guillaume Lambert, Antoine-François comte de Bertrand de Moleville, Arnaud de Laporte, Louis-Charles-René comte de Marbeuf, and Trophime-Gérard marquis de Lally-Tolendal, with two short notes by Jacques Necker
by Claude Charles Coster( )

in French and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bound manuscript consisting mainly of 244 letters from Coster to Beauveau, written from 1790-1791, containing extracts from the minutes of France's Constituent Assembly and observations on the latest political developments and incidents in Paris, including eyewitness accounts of some events. Coster also describes his own salary negotiations at length. Bound with these letters are transcripts of poems and songs relating to the French Revolution, minor quotations from a book published in 1806, and 40 letters by others written during the period from 1788-1792. Correspondents other than Coster include Pernot, abbé Arrighi, the marquis d'Argence, Pierre Vincent Benoît, Louis François Bertin, the marquis d'Amboise, Jean-François Joly de Fleury, Charles-Guillaume Lambert, Antoine-François comte de Bertrand de Moleville, Arnaud de Laporte, Louis-Charles-René comte de Marbeuf, and Trophime-Gérard marquis de Lally-Tolendal, with two short notes by Jacques Necker
Discours prononcé par M. le comte de Marbeuf à l'ouverture des Etats de Corse à Bastia, le 26 mai 1785( Book )

1 edition published in 1785 in Multiple languages and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Charles Louis de Marbeuf French general

Marbeuf Comte de 1712-1786

Marbeuf, Louis Charles Rene comte de 1712-1786

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