Paris, 1814. 76pp. Dbd. Minor foxing. Very good. A defense of French general Jean Victor Marie Moreau, one of Napoleon's officers, who in 1797 was accused of conspiring against the Emperor. He was acquitted and given control of the armies again, only to come under suspicion of treason again in 1804, at which point he was banished to America. (Inventory #: WRCAM45719)
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