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The Guernsey Lily again: De Beauvoir, Bonamy, and De Jersey

From Jacob's Annals, Volume II, pp. 170-1.
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H I Marquand

From The Star of March 18th, 1911.
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States Telephones


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French emigres buried in St Peter Port, 1796

C. Hettier, Les Relations de la Normandie et de la Bretagne avec les Iles de la Manche pendant l'emigration, 1885.
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The death of Mary Saumarez, October 1812

A letter from the Library's Mann-Dobrée collection, edited by Julia de L. Mann: Anne Dobrée to Henry Routh, October 8th, 1812. Nineteen-year-old Mary Dobrée Saumarez was the eldest daughter of Admiral James Saumarez and his wife, Martha Le Marchant; Anne was her cousin. Henry 'Harry' Le Mesurier, son of Havilland, had just lost his arm at the Battle of Salamanca.
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