19th-20th Century Miscellaneous

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19th-20th Century Miscellaneous



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Material in folders 1-5 came to Cushing Library in a three-ring binder with the handwritten spine title "M S S Resseguier, Emigre LAS, Benezech, 18th C poetry, V. Sardou." Material in folders 6-14 from a binder titled "MISC." Material in folders 15-28 from a binder titled "Rev. theater, P. Bourget, FBI, Poetry, E.S. Gardner, etc.! (Andre Maurois in Austin)." Material in folders 29-52 from a binder titled "Docs, manuscripts, papers & etc (exhibit)."

21/1: Manuscript(s) Abbe de Resseguier to Fournier, conseiller of parliament at Toulouse, 2 letters, 1721.

21/2: Manuscript(s) Emigre officer to Mlle. Eleonore de Badens, 6 letters, 1796-1799, with accompanying catalog description.

21/3: Manuscript(s) Pierre Benezech, interior minister in 1795-1797, 7 letters, 1772-1796, with accompanying catalog description.

21/4: Manuscript(s) 18th-century poetry, 15 pieces, some perhaps fragmentary, unsigned, with accompanying catalog description: "On joint un lot de chansons, pieces de vers et pamphlets manuscrits, fin XVIIIe-debut XIXe...."

21/5: Manuscript(s) Victorien Sardou (1831-1908) French dramatist (see wiki), 8 letters, circa 1872-1882, with accompanying catalog description.

21/6: Printed item(s) Maton de la Varenne, Pierre Anne Louis de. Les crimes de Marat et des autres egorgeurs: ou, Ma resurrection (Paris: Andre, an III, 1795) (This 3rd ed. not in OCLC).

21/7: Manuscript(s) Maurice Barres, novelist, 1 ltr, 5/29/1915.

21/8: Manuscript(s) Basantte [sic] to a count, 5/14/1833; Unidentified letter, 8 lines, signed, Undated

21/9: Printed item(s) R. C. P. L. Rhytmus pacificus: Scriptus et dicatus Hollandiae ordinibus, quos serio et politice ad pacem hortatur(1630) (In oclc.)

21/10: Printed item(s) Poeme sur la paix (N.p.: Veuve David, 1/11/1749). 7 pp.

21/11: Printed item(s) Sur la prise de Namur: sonnet (N.p., Undated), 1 p.; Printed item(s) D.G. Tattus, Facto... (N.p., 1634), 1 p.

21/12: Printed item(s) R.P. Cresp, dominicain, Le roy toujours triomphant: ode (Lyon, 1745); Printed item(s) A monsieur de Prelles colonel, du regiment de Cambresis: epitre (N.p., Undated), 4 pp.; Printed item(s) Joseph Eschasseriaux, Rapport et projet de decret sur les fêtes civiques(Paris: De l'Imprimerie nationale, 1795) (5 in oclc); Printed item(s) L'Abus des mots: liberte, propriete, patriotisme, aristocratie, despotisme, regeneration, constitution, gloire de la nation (1790) (3 in oclc).

21/13: Printed item(s) Lawyer's tract. Roullet and Cailheton, Memoire pour Messire Raimond de Coustin de Caumon, comte de Boursolles... contre Me. Jean-Baptiste Gamot(Bordeaux: Albespy, 1785), 47 pp. (0 oclc).

21/14: Printed item(s) Lawyer's tract. Foisy, Memoire pour Me. Pierre Fontan, pretre... (1753), 75 pp. (0 oclc).

21/15: Manuscript(s) Var department (Brignol(l)es) and Paris ministries (interior, justice) to Georges Blanc, local official with various legal titles, 1 letter & 11 office forms completed by hand, an 4-9 (circa 1796-1801).

21/16: Items relating to naval officer Pecheux, detailed below; Manuscript(s) Pecheux, auxiliary naval officer: Deherce in Mayenne, 6 ltrs to P, 1781-1783; 1 ms. 1 p., signed Santo Domingo, Undated; Manuscript(s) Pecheux, auxiliary naval officer: P to [?], Undated, 1 ltr; signed 1 p., 1780, mentions P.; Manuscript(s) "Dialogue sur la hauteur Meridiene par demande et par reponce," unsigined, Undated, 2 pp. [Navigation q&a?]; Manuscript(s) [Polygons], unsigned, Undated, 1 p., plus related fragment, 1 p.; Manuscript(s) Pecheux: [Expense lists] (for travel to Rochefort), unsigned, 1782-1785; chronological summary of his naval service, 1777-1783, signed in Santo Domingo, 3 pp.; 3 manuscripts, 1787; Manuscript(s) Julien Pecheux d'Ernee au Maine: Delegray [sic?] to P, 1785, 3 pp.

21/17: Manuscript(s) Andre Maurois to "cher ami," 1/3/1941.

21/18: Typescript(s) J. [sic?] Duhamel to Academie francaise, 1952, proposing colonialism conference.

21/19: Manuscript(s) Maxime Du Camp, photographer, to "cher monsieur," 1876.

21/20: "Joseph Vendu," manuscript poem, unsigned, Undated; 2 Manuscript(s) poems or songs, "aiv [sic?]: triste Raison."; "Romance nouvelle."; Engraving.

21/21: Manuscript(s) [Note: Epigrams on Louis XIV, Colbert, Louvois, Chamillard], unsigned, Undated, 2 manuscripts.

21/22: Manuscript(s) Desaugiers, "Le renom [sic?] de la Garde nationale," poem, ltrhd [1840s].

21/23: V. Sardou [sic?] to abbot, 1890.

21/24a: Victor Ratier, Parisian theater figure, correspondence, as detailed below; V. Ratier to Marie, Bourges, 1898; Ambigu-comique theater contract with an author, 1832; Note by Balathier machiniste, 1841; Unidentified letter to Ratier, 1840; Unidentified letter to Ratier, 1841, on Odeon theater; Gondard to Ratier, 1841; Agence dramatique address change notice, 1842; Jules Chabot de Bouin to Ratier, 1840, on Theâtre de l'Ambigu-Comique ltrhd; Balathier to Victor Ratier, 1841; Despriaux [?] to V. Rattier, 1832; Unidentified letter to Ratier, 1842; Jules Chabot de Bouin to Ratier, 2 letters, 1842; Six letters to Ratier, 1840-1842, originally together in one sleeve; Eight Ratier-related items, originally together in one sleeve.

21/24b: Dramatist Charles Maurice Donnay (1859-1945) and writer Helene Vacaresco, correspondence (14 items)., 8x; Manuscript(s) Charles Maurice Donnay (1859-1945): ltrs by, 6x.

21/25: Letter by Jules Massenet(1842-1912), composer best known for his operas, 1893; Letter by J. Ravaisson, 1893; Unidentified letter, Undated; Letter by Alphonse Daudet, novelist, Undated; Letter by Paul Bourget, novelist, 1894.

21/26: Paul Bailliere, "La Saint-Charlemagne au lycee Napoleon," poem, 1869, manuscript and printed

21/27: Typescript(s) Erle Stanley Gardner to George W. Locke, 1945, on publishing literary manuscripts; Typescript(s) Major Cornelius Vanderbilt to J. Edgar Hoover and reply, 1954; Typescript(s) Abba Eban, Israeli ambassador to US, to Abe Waldauer, 1951; Typescript(s) Major Cornelius Vanderbilt: correspondence with J. Edgar Hoover, 1954.

21/28: Typescript(s) J. Edgar Hoover, FBI chief, address at Notre Dame University, 1954.

21/29: The coucil, official royal document, on vellum, missing seal, 1644

21/30: Beffroy de Reigny to the president of Le Tribunat, on a matter benefiting a poor family, with seal, 4/30/1802. Beffroy was a dramatist, notoriously opposed to the Revolution.

21/31: Bouhier to l'Abbe le Blanc, on literature, 6 February 1731

21/32: Law on horses and carriages of emmigrants, 27 August 1792; Law on an illegal printing of "Pieces justificatives," sentencing the perpetrator to a six-month suspension, 30 March 1781

21/33: Etching of "Thomson," 1795; Three etchings of family crests for Hamilton, Rochford and Leigh (extinct), Undated

21/34: Form letter, by hand: Official document involving the poet Chaulieu, signed by Chaulieu and Philippe de Vendome (1655-1727): Duke of Vendome, Grand Prior of France, and army commander. (wiki) On vellum, possibly in Latin. w/ seal. Undated

21/35: Manuscript(s): Francesco Nicolò Capponi, Venice, to bartolomeo Corsini, London. w/ transcripts in Italian and English, w/seal. 1591.

21/36: Manuscript(s): From ? to the Countess de Grignan, w/ seal. Undated

21/37: Form letter, by hand: Legal document re: John Eling, England, 1698.

21/38: Typescript(s): Sheet music, <<Ce n'est pas autre chose>>, words by Mr. Roelants, music by H. Undated

21/39: Manuscript(s): To Monsieur, from Jacob Roelants, Hasselt, Belgium, 16 March, 1770; Manuscript(s): To Monsieur et tres [sic] fidel ami (very faithful friend), from Jacob Roelants, Hasselt, Belgium, 21 July 1770; Manuscript(s): To Monsieur from Jacob Roelants, Hasselt, Belgium, 11 August 1770.

21/40: To Madam from unknown author, Baden, Argovie, Switzerland, 1881, regarding the death of her father.

21/41: Unidentified manuscript(s) on St. Lambden (sic?), 1803?

21/42: Unidentified 1698 letter, with accompanying collector's notes.

21/43: Letter to Voltaire, Ferney, July 1771, with accompanying catalog description.

21/44: Illustrated card from furniture dealer (sic?); Ten-shilling note from "Colony of Connecticut," signed, 1775.

21/45: To Monsier, from Laternay, 1698.

21/46: Unidentified 1841 letter, in Italian, with accompanying collector's notes.

21/47: Letter from d'Ornauy (sic?), w/ seal, Undated

21/48: Bound collection of manuscript letters, with accompanying catalog description: 18th-century manuscript reproducing the formulas employed in a private correspondence, for sending condolences, New Year's wishes, marriages, etc., 1770s-1780s, including form letters, with marginal notations of usage.

21/49: To le Comte de Clermont from l'Abbe Le Blanc, four letters, 1762.

21/50: Notice of real estate auction, 1786.

21/51: Manuscript Beaumarchais poem, Undated

21/52: To Monsieur le commissaire de la section de la place Vendome from Sister Montmorency Laval, prioress of the Capuchin nuns, requesting that the government unseal the doors of her chapel to allow the nuns to resume their prayers, w/ seal, Undated, with accompanying catalog description.

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