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1 pp. in-folio; French ; Letter, from Headquarters in Cairo, 11 Nivôse an 7 [31.12.1798]; Adjudant General Grezier [Grezieu], in the name and by orders of General of Division Berthier, being aware of severe shortage of camels, requests from the general of brigade Destaing to procure camels with pack-saddles, and further on an escort of infantry soldiers, for a convoy to leave to Suez the following day; ; see also ARC. Ms. Var. Yah. 2/ file: 233

Title Lettre de Grezier, au nom de Berthier, à Destaing.
Creation Date 1798
Notes File Record
Host Item Napoleon and his Time
Language French
Call Number ARC. Ms. Var. Yah. 2 3 232
System Number 990037389280205171
Links Lettre de Grezier au nom de Berthier à Destaing.

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