Lettre de Charlotte, l'imperatrice du Mexique, à Felix Eloin, le 19 septembre, 1865, Chapultepec [Digital Version]

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Carlota, Empress, consort of Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico, 1840-1927, Lettre de Charlotte, l'imperatrice du Mexique, à Felix Eloin, le 19 septembre, 1865, Chapultepec (September 19, 1865)

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Title: Lettre de Charlotte, l'imperatrice du Mexique, à Felix Eloin, le 19 septembre, 1865, Chapultepec [Digital Version]
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Author: Carlota, Empress, consort of Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico, 1840-1927
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Publication date: 2010-06-07
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Description: 3 handwritten pages on plain stationery. Marked "5" in blue pencil on upper right hand corner of pg. 1.
Source(s): Carlota, Empress, consort of Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico, 1840-1927, Lettre de Charlotte, l'imperatrice du Mexique, à Felix Eloin, le 19 septembre, 1865, Chapultepec (September 19, 1865)
Source Identifier: Charlotte and Maximilian collection, 1846-1927, MS 356, Box 1 folder 2 item 5, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University
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Languages used in the text: French
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Keywords: Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus
  • Correspondence
Keywords: Library of Congress Subject Headings
  • Carlota, Empress, consort of Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico, 1840-1927--Correspondence
  • Eloin, E. J. Felix, 1819-1888--Correspondence
  • Vidaurri, Santiago, 1808-1867
  • Ortigosa, Vicente, 1817-1877
  • Blanco, Miguel, lawyer
Keywords: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
  • Mexico (nation)


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[Note: recu a 1 ½ – repondu à 2 ¾]

Monsieur Eloin,

Il y a quatre jours que j'ai
envoyé à M. Devincentis, plusieurs
pièces réservées relatives à l'affaire
de Jecker, afin de les extraire.
Il y avait deux lettres de M. Estova,
visitador imperial, un très grand
dossier judiciare d'un licenciado,
et une pétition du commerce
français à ce sujet. Maintenant
vous voudrez bien dire à M.
Devincentis que j'ai besoin
de toute cette affaire-là ce soir
sans faute, et s'il n'a pu l'ex-
traire
Regularized:l'extraire
, je reprendrai les documents
tels quels. Je lui ai aussi envo-
Regularized:envoyé
trois petitions de Vidaurre,
et un dossier d'Ortigosa, égale-


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mentRegularized:également
dans le même but: rien n'est
revenu. Je désire ravoir toutes ces pièces
telles qu'elles sont. Le licenciado
Miguel Blanco demande une
audience de l'Empereur relativement
à cette affaire de Jecker. Vous
pouvez lui faire donner un billet
d'audience pour celle de demain
si le nombre de 25 n'est pas
dépassé, sinon il poura venir
à 12 ½ en audience particulière.
Je tiendrai demain les audien-
ces
Regularized:audiences
au nom de l'Empereur.
Ayez la bonté de me répondre
au sujet de tout ceci désRegularized:dès
que vous aurez reçu cette lettre.
J'ai écrit hier soir au sous-se-

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crétaire
Regularized:sous-secrétaire
des finances et n'ai point
reçu de réponse. Veuillez vous informer
si l'ordonnance a apporté la lettre
au Cabinet, il pouvait être 7 heures
et demie et si elle a été envoyée
à sa destination.

ChCharlotte



Je viens de recevoir
la réponse de M. César.



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