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AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, 12 janvier 1859, to M. de Waltville.

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AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, 12 janvier 1859, to M. de Waltville.

by Levasseur, Émile [1828-1911] economist

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Paris, 1859. Octavo sheet 'Je me chargerais avec très grand plaisir de l'article, à cause du titre du livre et du titre du collaborateur qu'a l'auteur.' [signed: E Levasseur]. Levasseur was an economist who visited America twice and wrote on the American workman as well as the French working class. He did the the historical summary to Andrew Dickson White's classic 'Fiat Money Inflation in France.'. Fine.

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David G Anderson Books CA (CA)
Bookseller Inventory #
0512
Title
AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, 12 janvier 1859, to M. de Waltville.
Author
Levasseur, Émile [1828-1911] economist
Book condition
Used - Fine
Place of Publication
Paris
Date published
1859
Keywords
ALS LAS Manuscript
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We operate from the historic 1784 United Empire Loyalist village of Williamstown, Ontario, named for Sir William Johnson of New York and from the historic 1784 house of David Thompson, mapmaker of the North West Company and of the Rev John Bethune of Skye, chaplain to the Loyalist regiments of the Revolutionary War in America. Our interests and specialities relate to this historical period.

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