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Captivity and Exile During the French Revolution [subseries]:
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Lafayette, Marquis de, to the Princesse d'Henin [and to his wife]
Autograph in French, authenticated by Jared Sparks-- marked "Written by Lafayette in Prison." The letter begins: ""Je vis encore, ma chere princesse, et je puis vous le mander ; mais ce sont les deux seules choses satisfaisantes que vous devez attendre de mon journal..." (Louis Gottschalk [ed.], "Lafayette: A Guide to Letters, Documents and Manuscripts in the United States," 1975, p. 105.)

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Church, John Barker, to George Washington
ALS in English, marked by Jared Sparks: "with a letter from Lafayette to the Princess d'Henin."

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Lafayette, Marquis de, to George Washington
ALS in English, marked by Jared Sparks: "(Duplicate) (Letter to Washington.)" This letter was written during the sojourn in Holstein, after Lafayette's liberation. "However uncertain of the fate of my letters, I am happy to let you hear from me, and altho' the filial and grateful sentiments which from my youth have animated my heart need not being remembered to you, it is to me, while so unwilllingly separated from you, a great and necessary consolation to express them." (Gottschalk, p. 112.)