Letter from [Jean-Francois] Coste, Paris, [France] to "dear and old colleague" about the Council of Health and personnages: [Baron Nicolas] Heurteloup, [Antoine Augustin] Parmentier and Bucher, deputy head of the Bureau of Personnel. Gives his assurances that the feared invasion will not happen, peace will be negotiated and the recipient may enjoy "tranquility at Arles." June 24, 1814. Typescript translation included.
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Jean-Francois Coste Letter, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.