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3 pp., in-folio; apostille signed: Kleber;Petition written in french, addressed to the general en chef Kleber, no date, signed in french and arabic, by two plaintiffs, following an armed robbery near Ellebyny, haute-Egypte, during the month of Rabihé Aouel, [Rabi' Al-Awwal, year of Hegire] 1214 [ca. August 1799];;On the first page Kleber's marginal note, forwarding the appeal to the care of general Friant.

Title Supplique au général Kléber subséquent un vol à main armée.
Creation Date ca. 1799
Notes File Record
Host Item Napoleon and his Time
Language French
Arabic
Level of Description File Record
System Number 990037577100205171
Links Supplique au général Kléber subséquent un vol à main armée.

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