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“The happiness of America is intimately connected with the happiness of all mankind”
― Marquis De Lafayette
Marquis de Lafayette was a French military general who fought in the American Revolutionary War and was a key figure in the French Revolution. His military memoirs and correspondence have been recorded, published, and read profusely since the early 19th-century. Several of Lafayette’s speeches recall his commitment to aid in the abolishment of slave trade, to give rights to non-white Americans, and seek alternatives to the death penalty.
These early 19th century books include:
‘Notice historique de M. de Lafayette’ – 1831
‘Histoire des Generaux ... Lafayette (and others)’ – 1809
‘Histoire de l'Amerique et des campagnes de General de Lafayette’ – 1828
‘Memoirs of General La Fayette embracing details.... Hartford’ – 1825
Item number: #5741
Works on Lafayette
Collation: Complete with all pages
Notice historique: 99, 
Histoire des Generaux: 87
Histoire de l’Amerique: 312
Memoirs of General La Fayette: 455
Binding: Leather; tight and secure
Size: Various sizes- Smallest: ~5in X 3.5in (13cm x 8.5cm), Largest: ~7in X 4.5
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