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Browsing: Adams Family Correspondence, Volume 6

Docno: ADMS-04-06-02-0014-0002

Date: 1785-01-03

Enclosure: Account from the Salle des Ambassadeurs

Salle des Ambassadeurs.
1. Louis to the Suisse.1     1.  
2. Do. to each of the Coffee-Men   2.   2.  
At the Oeuil de Boeuf2   1. Louis to each of the Suisse's   2.  
At M: de Vergennes's      
1. Louis to the Porter   1. Do. to the Livery   2.  
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2. Louis to each of the Valet de Chambre's,   4.  
M: de Rayneval's Porter   1. Louis   1.  
Mr. Secqueville's Servant   1. Louis   1.  
Mr. Tolozan's   Do.   1.  
Mr. La Live de la Briche's   Do.   1.  
Marechal de Castries's Porter.   Do.   1.  
Marechal de Ségur's. Do.   Do.   1.  
    Louis d'or's.  
The content of all or some notes that appeared on this page in the printed volume has been moved to the end of the preceding document.
RC (Adams Papers); one enclosure, in JQA's hand.
1. Porters or doormen.
2. The Salle de l'Oeil de Boeuf, named for its oval window, was an anteroom both to the private apartments of Louis XVI, and to the Great Hall at Versailles.
Cite web page as: Founding Families: Digital Editions of the Papers of the Winthrops and the Adamses, ed.C. James Taylor. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 2018.