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THE IMPERIAL FAMILY ...
The Imperial family, and great officers of state, civil and military, in France. Humbly dedicated to the admirers of the French Revolution, and of liberty and equality. Extracted from the Literary Panorama, for November 1810.
[London]: Cox, Son, and Baylis, printers, [1810].
4 p. ; 33.4 cm. (2)

Drop-head title. 'Extracted ... 1810.' is in brackets in the title. The Literary Panorama, printed by Cox, Son, and Balis for the editor Charles Taylor, was issued from October 1806 until 1819 (q.v.). A 'dramatis personæ' of the Napoleonic wars.

Copy Notes Copy 1: Attached to a blank leaf at the end of a volume of drawings by Cooper and others (SM Vol. 12) as the last of eight items of anti-Napoleonic propaganda so placed, with a tipped-on slip indicating their removal from the Dressing Room, Drawer 124 by Joseph Bonomi, third curator of the Museum, dated 27 December 1869. The description of Fanny de Beauharnais as having had a child 'by her father-in-law, Napoleon' is corrected in pencil to step father in an unidentified hand.

Binding Copy 1: C18th diced russia, gilt- and blind-panelled boards, gilt- and blind-ruled spine without lettering, green linen ties. 68.5 cm.
Copy 2: Folded paper.

Reference Number 5602


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