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Frenchman"s year in Suffolk

La Rochefoucauld, François duc de

Frenchman"s year in Suffolk

French impressions of Suffolk life in 1784 : including a preliminary week in London,brief visits to Cambridge, Colchester, Mistley and Harwich and a fortnight"s tour of Norfolk : the "Mélanges sur L"Angleterre" of François de la Rochefoucauld, supplemented by the "Journaux de voyage" of Alexandre de la Rochefoucauld and the "Lettres à un ami" of their companion Maximilien de Lazowski

by La Rochefoucauld, François duc de

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Published by Boydell in Woodbridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Translation of: Mélanges sur L"Angleterre.

Statementtranslated and edited by Norman Scarfe ; and with a foreword by Edmée de la Rochefoucauld.
SeriesSuffolk Records Society -- v.30
ContributionsLa Rochefoucauld, Alexandre de., Lazowski, Maximilien de., Scarfe, Norman.
The Physical Object
Pagination(192)p. :
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22319280M
ISBN 100851155081

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spent a year in Suffolk in “His impressions are translated and edited by Norman Scarfe in A Frenchman's Year in Suffolk in which he records. A Frenchman's Year in Suffolk () led on to the previously unpublished account of their trip round England (Innocent Espionage, ) and Alexandre's solo tour of.

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About French Impressions of Suffolk Life in This database is a record of the travels and impressions of two young Frenchmen, Francious and Alexandre La Rochefoucauld, of Suffolk. In they traveled from Bury St Edmunds throughout much of the midland, northern, and western England.

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