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The secret history of the cabinet of Bonaperte : including his private life, character, domestic administration, and his conduct to foreign powers, together with secret anecdotes of the different courts of Europe, and of the French revolution ; with two appendices, consisting of state papers, and of biographical sketches of the persons composing the court of St. Cloud / by Lewis Goldsmith.
Goldsmith, Lewis, 1763?-1846
London : Printed for J. M. Richardson and J. Hartchard, 1810.
xxx, 607 p. ; 22 cm.
Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821
Spine title: The cabinet of Bonaparte.
Ex copy has bookplate with text: 'This book presented to the American Field Service in proud and happy remembrance of Harold Vincent Aupperle, Section 10 A. F. S., Armée Française en Orient, died Yugoslavia 1919 and John Wilder Parkhurst, India-Burma Section 12 A. F. S., British Fourteenth Army, died Calcutta, India, July 3, 1945 by Harry Warner Frantz, friend and comrade of Harold Aupperle and Richard and Katherine Parkhurst, father and mother of John Parkhurst. November 11, 1961. Transferred in December 1994 to the Princeton University Library.'
The cabinet of Bonaparte.
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