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Fri Mar 21 17:11:27 2014 UTClccn-nr980158960.10[Paris], to Madame de Godeville,0.110.18[Book of hours]44211891nr 980158964815092Heineman, Mrs., 1890-1974lccn-nr98015894Heineman, Dannie N.1872-1962lccn-n80125207Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de1732-1799lccn-no97005191GodevilleMadame de(Marie Madeleine Levassor de Latouche de)18th centlccn-n82137116LéopoldIKing of the Belgians1790-1865lccn-n84120217Chazal, Pierre-Emmanuel-Félix1808-1892lccn-n88096034Rodrigues, Eugènelccn-n84007570Grimm, Friedrich MelchiorFreiherr von1723-1807viaf-50026950Castries, Charles Eugène Gabriel de La Croixmarquis de1727-1801lccn-n85366640Denis, Marie-Louise Mignot1712-1790lccn-n80126267Voltaire1694-1778Heineman, Hettie1890-1974PrayersManuscriptsPoetrySourcesHistoryGenealogyBooks of hoursCatholic ChurchManuscripts, Latin (Medieval and modern)New York (State)--New YorkManuscripts, FrenchPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaFrance--ParisIllumination of books and manuscripts, GothicFrancePrayer booksFrance--RouenBelgium--BrugesManuscripts, DutchFrance--ToursBelgiumEnglandIllumination of books and manuscripts, RenaissanceEurope--FlandersWashington (D.C.)Illumination of books and manuscripts, FrenchNetherlandsIllumination of books and manuscriptsItaly--FlorenceItalyBelgium--TournaiFrance--BourgesManuscripts, ItalianDutchFrance--LyonFrance--AngersIllumination of books and manuscripts, FlemishNetherlands--UtrechtFrance--BrittanyItaly--FerraraLiturgicsMary,--Blessed Virgin, SaintNetherlands--DelftManuscripts, MedievalManuscripts, English (Middle)Rhode Island--ProvidenceFrance--BesançonItaly--NaplesDevotional literature, Latin (Medieval and modern)California--BerkeleyReligious poetry, FrenchItaly--LombardyFrance--NantesManuscripts, GermanNetherlands--HaarlemFrance--Amiens189019741893189418961900193219331934195919621987237220238BX208055ocn270127356book14880.18Catholic Church[Book of hours]HistoryGenealogyPoetrySourcesPrayersManuscriptsScene, Liturgical: Burial -- In cemetery enclosed by an cloister, two men, standing in the grave and looking to the left, lower shrouded corpse into grave, surrounded by scattered bones. Open coffin set vertically against the church wall; lid with white cross. Two priests, tonsured, wearing copes, holding an open book. To right, acolyte holds processional cross and situla, standing before the church porch. At left, behind the priests, three monks, wearing hoods, in black, and group of mourners, including one man with red cloth and hat. Margins decorated with border of foliate and floreate ornament, including a grotesque of lion's head on bird's body (lower margin) and a peacock (right margin)33ocn606909694book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de Godeville22ocn440810190book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de GodevilleMaking arrangements to see her; telling her that her neighbor has a venereal disease; joking that she should send any infamous letters to M. Lenoir, the lieutenant general of police, so she won't be suspected; urging her to be on her guard against people who would compromise her22ocn607369539book17790.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de Godeville22ocn440853197book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de GodevilleAddressing a scandalous tale she has heard about him from a Madame Ponced; writing a euphemistic paragraph about his sexual desire for her22ocn607331138book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de Godeville22ocn440772359book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de GodevilleSwearing to her that he has done everything she ordered him to do; calling her a demon and wondering what she wants of him; mentioning a ring he is wearing that reminds him of her and makes him blush; referring to her "empire" over him22ocn439918446book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de GodevilleTelling her that he has been unable to write because he has been so busy; chiding her for being sulky; explaining that he has other obligations that are more binding than his "passions" of the heart22ocn440799769book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris?], to Madame de GodevilleLamenting that he has not heard from her; admitting that he knows he needs to make amends; arguing that it was circumstance that caused him not to write; sending her a thousand kisses for her letters22ocn441433901book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de GodevillePraising her letters; mentioning a visit from a priest asking for alms; saying that he is a libertine if libertine means "partisan de la liberté"; reflecting that with him she is sweet and attentive instead of mocking; noting that he wants to be her "indulgent confessor"; musing on the act of making love22ocn440769643book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de GodevilleRefusing to use the familiar "tu" because he thinks this kind of familiarity is only for friendships between people of the same sex, but then switching to "tu" for the rest of the letter and even writing, "tais-toi, coquette!"; telling her he loves her because she has no common sense; noting that he will read tonight the letter he just received from her22ocn625188003book17970.10Grimm, Friedrich MelchiorGotha, to the Marquis de Castries22ocn440772620book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de GodevilleTelling her that he has a bad cold; saying he hopes he will be able to write tomorrow and wishes he could deliver the letter himself; asking if her letters are scolding or friendly22ocn606871796book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de GodevilleTelling her he is very upset about her outrageous and insulting letter; letting her know he will visit her tomorrow; saying she is destroying their relationship and he is reaching the limit of his patience11ocn607347251book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de Godeville11ocn607354036book17770.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de Godeville11ocn270616135book18940.10Rampolla del Tindaro, MarianoRome, to an unidentified recipient11ocn270127450book0.10Catholic Church[Hours of Henry VIII]Prayers11ocn663990859book18590.10LéopoldLaeken [Brussels], to General Chazal11ocn607361409book17780.10Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustin Caron de[Paris], to Madame de Godeville11ocn082629659book19870.10Schubert, FranzErlkönig = The erlking : D. 328ManuscriptsFri Mar 21 15:44:59 EDT 2014batch15920