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Arthur J. Pilgram Papers, 1910-1930
C0549
5 boxes 2.5 linear feet

Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
The Papers contain manuscripts, lists, and notes of American author and historian Arthur Julian Pilgram (Princeton Class of 1902) for his six-volume work, Military Compendium of Napoleon and His Armies, which covers the Napoleonic and Spanish Wars and the history and organization of the French army.
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Eugène de Beauharnais Collection, 1788-1849 (mostly 1805-1814)
C0645
146 boxes 14 items 67.22 linear feet

Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
This collection contains correspondence, reports, and documents of Eugène de Beauharnais relating to European military affairs during the Napoleonic era, which were primarily accumulated by him in his capacity as viceroy of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy (1805-1814). Also included are papers documenting Beauharnais' position at the Congress of Vienna (1814-1815), his establishment in the Bavarian duchy of Leuchtenberg (1817), and his later life as Prince d'Eichstätt (1817-1824).
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Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
Consists of 32 bound volumes, each containing an original, French, royal marriage contract with supplementary biographical sketches and portraits of the witnesses who signed the contracts, collected by Francis C. Brown (Princeton Class of 1958). The first two volumes are alphabetical catalogues of the marriage contracts
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Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
Consists of over 3000 miscellaneous items of primarily American literary, historical, and political figures, including business and personal letters, manuscripts, drawings, photographs, and official documents.
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Box b-001555, Folder 4
Livingston, Robert R., 1746-1813
Consists of a three-page letter from Richard R. Livingston to Denis Decrès, who was then the French Minister of the Navy, discussing Napoléon, British impressment, and the arrival of Francisco de Miranda in New York. Livingston sends his regards to Decrès and offers his congratulations on Napoléon's recent victories and hopes for his continued success in his campaigns. He also writes of growing animosity toward Great Britain in the United States and his hopes that Napoléon can mediate any differences between the United States and Spain.