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Correspondence to Beauharnais regarding the settlement of Beauharnais in Bavaria, 1814-1821

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Collection Description & Creator Information

Scope and Contents

copy of decisions reached regarding Naploeon and his family after (first) defeat, April 11th 1814; 2 copies of act of Congress of Vienna regarding Beauharnais, April 6th 1815 (1 signed by Beauharnais); draft of letter (from Beauharnais?) to Alexander of Russia, July 5th 1815; copy of letter from Anstett to Beauharnais, October 26th 1815; copy of report from Metternich to Allied Ministers regarding Beauharnais, November 20th 1815; copy of decisions made by Allied Ministers at conference of November 1st 1815; copy of speech by Capo d'Istria at conference of November 20th 1815; official signed declaration by Beauharnais of Bataille's status as his representative in Munich, November 21st 1815; extract of letter from Nesselrode (to unclear), May 8th 1816; instructions to Bataille signed Beauharnais, November 5th 1816; supplementary instructions to Bataille signed by Beauharnais, November 6th 1816; note from Bataille to Clancarty, relative to the settlement of Beauharnais, November 19th 1816; draft of letter from Beauharnais to "M. le Baron," November 21st 1816; project of letter in Bataille's hand (recipient unclear), January (day unclear) 1817; draft of letter from Bataille to "Monsieur le Comte," September 25th 1817; draft of letter from Bataille to "Monsieur le Comte," September 26th 1817; copy of proclamation by Beauharnais, December 1st 1817; draft of letter on Beauharnais behalf to Pahlen, December 10th 1817; copy of letter (from unclear) to Beauharnais, March 3rd 1818; copy of letter from Bataille to "M. le Baron," March 5th 1818; report of Beauharnais' financial position vis-à-vis Bavarain Crown, June 15th 1821; 2 sheets of rough notes on Beauharnais' financial position vis-à-vis Bavarain Crown, June 15th 1821; draft of letter from Bataille to Beauharnais, August 18th 1818; draft of letter from Bataille to Lerchenfeld, June 19th, October 1st 1821; notes by Bataille, undated; copy of letter from Beauharnais to "M. le Baron," undated; notes relative to a letter of June 8th (letter itself absent), undated; draft of letter from Bataille to Rechberg, undated; draft of letter from Bataille to "M. le Baron," undated; 10 sheets of rough notes and calculations by Bataille, undated.

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Processing Information

This collection was processed by David Rollo, Barbara Volz and John Delaney in 1991. Finding aid written by David Rollo, Barbara Volz and John Delaney in 1991.

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Credit this material:

Correspondence to Beauharnais regarding the settlement of Beauharnais in Bavaria; Eugène de Beauharnais Collection, C0645, Manuscripts Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library

Location:
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Princeton, NJ 08544, USA
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Storage Note:
  • Firestone Library (mss): Box 29