*Jules BARBEY D'AUREVILLY (1808-1889). 2 L.A.S., and 1 L.A. (draft),  and n.d.; 2 pages in-8 on the back of maps with his
signature engraved, and 1 page in-4 (in pencil, on the back of an L.A.S. addressed to him by Pierre-René Hirsch; traces of glue).
Rue Oudinot [July 4, 1887], to a dear doctor. The next day, "Miss Read and I are waiting for you in the deserted house of the absent Coppées. Come there. There you will find us who are well, and a sick woman whom you will make well as soon as you have seen her. The best of your friends. I don't need to sign otherwise... - [To Elisabeth Bouillet]. "The ham has arrived. They're eating it tomorrow. I am writing you only this word to get you out of worry... - Draft of a letter to a lady: he was driven home by the snow, he is better, but not very well yet: "Evil is no longer a chill [...], but unbearable and inexplicable insomnia..." [To Élisabeth Bouillet].
Location of the item France - 75016 Paris