Napoleon in exile : or, a voice from St. Helena : the opinions and reflections of Napoleon on the most important events of his life and government, in his own words.
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Cantique adresse a Napoleon le Grand, empereur des Francois et roi d'Italie / par Moise Milliaud.
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