Eugène sue (1804-1857).

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Eugène sue (1804-1857).
Six autograph letters signed. Four letters addressed to a lady. Half page in-12. He got the flu and couldn't leave his room. One page in-12. He could not go to the assembly, he had the duty to lay a wreath on the tomb of the February martyrs. One page in- 12. Thank you for her letter and the two lovely souvenirs she brought him. A page in-16 (a little trimmed, right side, touching a few letters) "Please believe Madam that most of your works so eminently poetic and generous were already known to me, that I had put them in bindings, it is to tell you Madam how happy I am to hold these volumes of yours and the price I attach...". And he hastens "to draw a few lines in the album of mademoiselle your daughter. Already enriched with illustrious names". A page in-12, addressed to Monsieur de Pompery (1812-1895, Fourierist), stamp dated 28 April 45. He was absent from Paris, he has only just read his letter "...believe sir that I was very happy and very proud to owe you the emotion I felt and which unfortunately, together with my complete lack of public speaking skills, prevented me from thanking you as I should have, and thus paying tribute to the Immortal man we were celebrating, and to whom I owe so much...". A page in-12, addressed to Monsieur Marc Fournier (1818-1879), stamped 184? According to a treatise tells him "...I am expressly forbidden to take part in the publication of any book..."
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