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1 page, in folio; handwritten; French; engraved vignette and heading; signed: Laigle.;Letter from the Commissaire Ordonnateur des Guerres, Laigle, to the général de Brigade, Destaing; Cairo, 9 Ventôse, an 7 [27.2.1799], asking him to send an order to the head of camel drivers, and to engage the aga of the Jamissaires to give his support to it, for the sake of getting 200-300 donkeys for a convoy to the army.

Title Lettre de Laigle, au Général Destaing, Commandant le Caire et arrondissements.
Creation Date 1799
Notes File Record
Host Item Napoleon and his Time
Language French
Level of Description File Record
System Number 990037121530205171
Links Lettre de Laigle au Général Destaing Commandant le Caire et arrondissements.

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