De la loy salique consideíreíe comme loy
- De la loy salique consideíreíe comme loy
- Dupin, Louise Marie Madeleine Fontaine, 1707-1779 and Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778
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- Autograph manuscript draft of an essay on the Salic law, with additions and corrections in the hand of Madame Louise Dupin. This manuscript is one of a series of essays written by Rousseau at the request of Madame Dupin in preparation for a book which she intended to write on women's rights. The manuscripts are described in Anicet Sénéchal's "Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Secrétaire de Madame Dupin" (in Annales de la Société J.-J. Rousseau, vol. 36, 1963-1965, p. 243, item 28) to which has been added a "Note sur la dispersion des papiers Dupin" by B. Gagnebin.
- Modern[?] foliation in pencil. Most versos blank, not digitized.
- 1 v. (27 p.) ; 27 cm.
- Extent of Digitization
- Completely digitized
- Call Number
- GEN MSS VOL 225
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- Jean-Jacques Rousseau, De la loy salique considérée comme loy. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
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