2 edition of Recollections of Colonel de Gonneville, published by his daughter, the Countess de Mirabeau found in the catalog.
Recollections of Colonel de Gonneville, published by his daughter, the Countess de Mirabeau
Aymer Olivier Le Harivel de Gonneville
|Statement||with an introductory sketch by General Baron Ambert ; edited from the French by Charlotte M. Yonge.|
|Contributions||Yonge, Charlotte M. 1823-1901.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
Franoise Bertaut de Motteville (c ), French memoir writer, was the daughter of Pierre Bertaut, a gentleman of the king's chamber, and niece of the bishop-poet Jean Bertaut. Her mother, a Spaniard, was the friend and private secretary of Anne of Austria, wife of Louis XIII. Colonel Cecil Alfred Grenfell was born on 13 February 2 He was the son of Pascoe du Pré Grenfell and Sophia Grenfell. 3 He married Lady Lillian Maud Spencer-Churchill, daughter of George Charles Spencer-Churchill, 8th Duke of Marlborough and Lady Albertha Frances Anne Hamilton, on 8 October 1 He died on 11 August at age 2.
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Recollections of Colonel Recollections of Colonel de Gonneville Gonneville, published by his published by his daughter, the Countess de Mirabeau, Recollections of Colonel de Gonneville an introductory sketch by General Baron Ambert.
Translated and edited from the French by Charlotte Mary Yonge. Mirabeau, Marie (de Gonneville) comtesse de, Ambert, Joachim Marie Jean Jacques Alexandre Jules, Gonneville, Aymar-Olivier Le Harivel de, Recollections of Colonel de Gonneville.
London, Hurst and Blackett, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Aymar-Olivier Le Harivel de Gonneville; Marie de Gonneville Mirabeau, Recollections of Colonel de Gonneville de. Recollections of Colonel de Gonneville / published by his daughter, the Countess de Mirabeau, with an introductory sketch by General Baron Ambert.
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It is the story, told in his own words, of De Gonneville, Recollections of Colonel de Gonneville heavy cavalryman—a cuirassier officer, and a member of an old Norman : Countess De Mirabeau.
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Honoré-Gabriel Riqueti, comte de Mirabeau, (born March 9,Bignon, near Nemours, France—died April 2,Paris), French politician and orator, Recollections of Colonel de Gonneville of the greatest figures in the National Assembly that governed France during the early phases of the French Revolution.A moderate and an advocate of constitutional monarchy, he died before the Revolution reached its radical climax.
Recollections of Colonel de Gonneville 04/20 by Gonneville, Aymar-Olivier Le Harivel de, ; Mirabeau, Marie de Gonneville, comtesse de, [from published by his daughter catalog]; Ambert, Joachim-Marie-Jean-Jacques-Alexandre-Jules, ; Yonge, Charlotte Mary, Recollections of Colonel de Gonville Aymar Olivier le Harivel de Gonneville, Published by his daughter, the Countess of Mirabeau.
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