Louis-François, comte de FERRIÈRES-SAUVEBŒUF... - Lot 360 - Rossini

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Louis-François, comte de FERRIÈRES-SAUVEBŒUF... - Lot 360 - Rossini
Louis-François, comte de FERRIÈRES-SAUVEBŒUF (1762-1814) adventurer, member of the Jacobins, he played a troubled role as informer and informer under the Terror. P.A.S., "Mémoire de Linville pour ses bons offices," [late 1793?]; 1 page small in-4. Curious document on the trafficking related to the transfer of prisoners to the pension of Doctor Belhomme in Charonne. [Belhomme made arrangements with the police to have rich prisoners sent to him, who paid a high pension to make themselves forget, and live this ordeal as comfortably as possible]. Linville thus received 1,400 livres" from the woman Richard whose husband was transferred from the Force to Belhomme. Richard said so in court, complaining about the delays Linville was putting in having him transferred" [The former guard of the Conciergerie, Richard, had been arrested as an accomplice in the "carnation plot", Marie-Antoinette's escape attempt]; 11,000 livres "for the transfer of citizens Gramont and Duchâtelet from the Petite Force to Belhomme where he went to see them every day"; etc. "The rumor was received in the court that the transfer of the husband to the Conciergerie was not possible because of the delay in the transfer. "The rumor was received in the Force that for those who were not fortunate 600ll by transfer. He had asked Magon Labalu for 10,000ll and my nephew from Girardeau for 4,000ll. Linville was the intermediary agent between the women Gramont and Duchatelet and the former princess of Poix to save Duchatelet.
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