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[Napoleon Bonaparte Police] Memories over of Martin Eo 1833 Very Rare
1833. Condition: Very good. [NAPOLEON BONAPARTE - POLICE HISTORY - MEMORIES OF THE FIRST EMPIRE] - DESMARET 1764-1832 Pierre-Marie Desmaret (or Desmarest, also named Charles) is a French politician, born 11 Mars 1764 in Compiègne (Oise) and died April 24, 1832 in Paris. He was appointed knight of the Legion of Honor by decree of August 12, 1810 Having served in the Police under the Empire (see in particular the 1804 conspiracy organized by Georges Cadoudal), he was created knight of the Empire on April 10, 1811 and became head of division at the General Police. He was a deputy for Oise during the Hundred Days in 1815. He left written memoirs (sold here) as well as a curious anticipation novel - Pierre-Marie DESMARET Historical testimonies Or fifteen years of High Police under Napoleon [Tulard 431] "Sainte-Beuve underlined the interest of these memories in her First mondays Their drafting was started in 1815; they interest the History of the Police from 1800 to 1814; plots of 1800, in particular that of the daggers, explosion of the infernal machine, Cadoudal affair, conspiracy of the pots of butter, death of the Duke of Enghien, escape of Sidney Smith, attack of Staps, kidnapping of the ambassador Bathurst, affair Malet, honor guard plot, Sahla attempt, etc. Fascinating, well informed and certainly authentic, these memoirs deserve to be reissued..." - Paris, Alphonse Levavasseur, 1833 Original Edition First Printing In-8, XXXIV-360pp. - 1/2 Vintage binding, smooth back green leather with corners (color having turned brown on the back as always), golden nets, irons and titra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AmidesLivres-Boutique (amideslivres) [Fontenay sous Bois, FR]

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