Lot 120

§ [LOUIS XVIII (King of France)]. Important collection of 25 pieces relating to the death of Louis XVIII, in a vol. in-8 half calf, smooth spine decorated with fleur-de-lys and crowned royal cypher, p. de titre, tr. citron (contemporary binding): , 1824-1825.
1. ALISSAN DE CHAZET (René), Louis XVIII on his deathbed, or An exact and authentic account of what happened at the Château des Tuileries on 13, 14, 15 and 16 September 1824. Paris, Ponthieu, 1824. 48 pp.
2. RICHARD, Relation, day by day, hour by hour, of the last moments of H.M. Louis XVIII, collected on authentic and unpublished documents, followed by various anecdotes about this prince. Paris, Audin, Canel, Ponthieu, 1824. 79 pp.
3. CHATEAUBRIAND (François René, viscount of), Le Roi est mort : Vive le Roi ! Paris, Le Normant père, 1824. 37 pp.
4. FRAYSSINOUS (Denis)], Funeral Oration from the Most High, Most Powerful and Most Excellent Prince Louis XVIII, King of France and Navarre, pronounced in the Royal Church of Saint-Denis on October 25, 1824, by the Bishop of Hermopolis, the King's first chaplain. Paris, Le Clere et Cie, 1824. 1] f.-52 pp.
5. BONNEVIE (Abbé de), Funeral Oration of very great, very high, very powerful and very excellent Prince Louis XVIII, King of France and Navarre, pronounced in the name of the City of Lyon, in the primatial church of St. John, October 29, 1824. Lyon, Durand and Perrin, 1824. 101 pp.
6. LAMBERT (Abbot), Funeral Oration from a very high, very powerful and very excellent Prince Louis XVIII, King of France and Navarre, pronounced in the Cathedral Church of Poitiers, September 27, 1824. Poitiers, Barber, 1824. 18 pp.
7. BIGAULT-D'HARCOURT (Abbot), Funeral Oration of His Majesty Louis XVIII, King of France and Navarre, pronounced in the chapel of the Royal Military School of La Flèche, September 30, 1824. Le Mans, Monnoyer, 1824. 53 pp.
8. LIAUTARD (Abbot), Funeral Oration from a very high, very powerful and very excellent Prince Louis XVIII, King of France and Navarre. Paris, Leblanc, 1824. 50 pp.
9. BOUVET DE CRESSÉ (A.J.B.), Historical Eulogy of Louis XVIII, nicknamed the Desiree, King of France and Navarre. Paris, Sanson, 1824. 36 pp.
10. Panegyric of Louis XVIII. Paris, Painparré, 1824. 21 pp. (unknown to Barbier).
11. DOSSION (E.-A.), Stances on the death of Louis XVIII, King of France. Paris], Impr. de Mme Ve Porthmann, [c. 1824]. 4 pp.
12. VILLEFORT (Abbé de)], Detail of the ceremonies which were observed in the Royal Church of Saint-Denis, October 25, 1824, the day of the burial of H.M. Louis XVIII... Paris, Dentu, 1824. 47 pp. (Barber, I, 914.)
13. SALVANDY (N.-A. de), Des funérailles de Louis XVIII. Paris, Baudoin, 1824. 2] ff.-18 pp.
14. LOIZEROLLES (Chevalier de), Les Funérailles de Louis XVIII, à l'Abbaye Royale de Saint-Denis. Paris, Petit, Delaunay, Dentu, 1824. 15 pp.
15. FEBURIER (Théophile), L'Inhumation, funeral song on the death of H.M. Louis XVIII, dedicated to the King. sl, impr. de Marchand Du Breuil, 1824. 16 pp.
16. LEGRAND, Ode sur les funérailles de Louis XVIII, Roi de France et de Navarre, presented to H.M. Charles X... Paris, Crapelet, 1824. 7 pp.
17. LÉVI (D.), Le Roi est mort : Vive le Roi !! Stances on the death of Louis XVIII, and on the advent of Charles X, dedicated to the Children of France. Paris, at the author's home, 1824. 1] f.-7 pp.
18. DRAP-ARNAUD, Hommage funèbre à Sa Majesté le Roi Charles dix. Ode on the end of His Majesty Xavier-Stanislas Louis, 18th of the name, King of France and Navarre... Paris, Trouvé, 1824. 15 pp.
19. BRIFFAULT DE SAINT-CYPRIEN, Death of Louis XVIII. Avenement de Charles X... Paris, Pinard, 1824. 6-[1] pp.
20. EGVILLY (A. d'), The Two Kingdoms. Paris, Dentu, 1824. 7 pp.
21. DELBARRE (J.-C.), Louis n'est plus !!! Royal song. For the benefit of those burnt at Salins. Paris, Dentu, Delaunay, Ponthieu, Lenormant, 1825. 15 pp.
22. CHAMBELLAND (Claude-Antoine), Proposition d'ériger une statue à Louis-le-Désiré... Paris, Dentu, 1824. 24 pp.
23. DE CAZE (de Provence), Funeral Songs. Attack on the Palace of Versailles; attack on the Château des Tuileries; Day of August 10. Paris, Demonville, Dentu, Pichard, 1825. viii-63-[1] pp.
24. Three Vendéennes, by M. G***. L'Adieu de Lescure. The Death of Sombreuil. Le Tirtée vendéen. Paris, Mme Sédille, 1822. 19 pp. (unknown to Barbier.)
25. LA ROCHEFOUCAULT (Vicomte de), Proposition faite à la Chambre des Députés... Séance du 9 septembre 1815. 6 pp.

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