ROTHELIN Charles d'Orléans, abbé de (1691-1744) numismate, bibliophile, théologien et littérateur [AF 1728, 11e f].

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ROTHELIN Charles d'Orléans, abbé de (1691-1744) numismate, bibliophile, théologien et littérateur [AF 1728, 11e f].
2 L.A.S., 4 P.A.S. and 2 P.S. "L'Abbé de Rothelin" or "Charles d'Orléans de Rothelin abbé de Corneilles" (4 co-signed by his brother Alexandre Marquis de ROTHELIN), Moussy-leVieux or Paris 1720-1743; 9 pages and a quarter in various formats, 2 addresses with red wax stamps on the arms (2 engraved portraits attached). [26 June 1731], to his cousin the duke of SULLY. A difficulty arises in his negotiation, about the lord of who raises the land. "One writes of the country itself which raises Tancarville, that Mrs de Longueville by giving it to Mrs de Rothelin required this dependence, finally that there was a foy and homage and perhaps more than one sale by the lords of Varenquebecq to the castle of Tancarville ". The president of the Chamber of Accounts of Rouen promised to give the most exact answer he could... - January 16, 1732, received 16,000 pounds from Mr. DUVAU for the sale of the "gold medals of the cabinet of Mr. de Maisons of which I was awarded and which I have ceded to him"... October 26, to Daniel POLLUCHE, in Orleans. He is grateful for the friendship he shows him, but "the price of a gold louis that the owner of this medallion is currently asking for does not agree with me that it is much less unreasonable than the first one he asked for. ...] I have long made it my loyalty never to offer more than I wanted to give ... - No more agreements and accounts with farmers .... A P.S. on vellum is attached by his father Henry d'Orléans de ROTHELIN, and his aunt Jeanne-Catherine-Henriette d'Orléans de Rothelin (December 29, 1679).
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