Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by E.M. Woodward.|
|LC Classifications||DC216.5 .W89|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||116,  p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||04025608|
Excerpt from Bonaparte's Park: And the Murats The emigration to this country of Joseph Bonaparte, the brother of the great Napoleon, who possessed success ively the crowns Of Naples and Spain; his long, contented and munificent residence among us, and the esteem enter tained by all who formed his acquaintance, cannot fail to prove a subject Of deep interest to all, and to awaken curi osity for 4/5(1). Bonaparte's Park and the Murats by Evan Morrison Woodward. This book is a reproduction of the original book published in and may have some imperfections such as marks or hand-written notes. Bonaparte's Park & The Murats by E.M. Woodward "The emigration to this country of Joseph Bonaparte, the brother of the great Napoleon, who possessed successively the crowns of Naples and Spain; his long, contented and munificent residence among us, and the esteem entertained by all who formed his acquaintance, cannot fail to prove a subject of deep interest to all, and to awaken curiosity for. Full text of "Bonaparte's park, and the Murats" See other formats.
Synopsis Amazing and exciting, as romantic as it is realistic and historically authentic, THE BONAPARTES IN AMERICA was the first published work to contain in one volume all available material, much of it newly discovered by them, on every member of the Bonaparte family that lived in the United States or was connected in any way with the Macartney, distinguished historian, former. Born in Cork, Ireland, in , Mark Evans is the author of 'Mrs God' and its sequel 'Mrs God: Trinity'. He also penned the non-fiction book 'Inquizition', published by Mercier Press in He has written many award-winning plays and his news features have been published in the US, South Africa, and : Joseph Bonaparte, older brother of Napoleon Bonaparte, ending up owning the Point Breeze estate, or Bonaparte’s Park, in New Jersey after he took refuge in America in How it happened begins several years earlier when Joseph and Napoleon were looking at a . [As reprinted in Bonaparte's Park and the Murats, by Evan Morrison Woodward ()] Bonaparte rebuilt his mansion and remained in New Jersey. He took ill and returned to Europe in
When Joseph Bonaparte arrived in the United States in August , he was accompanied by four people, including his secretary Louis Mailliard. Mailliard served Joseph faithfully for 36 years and became his closest confidant. In Joseph sent Mailliard on a . The Bonapartes’ town residence, where Napoleon and many of his brothers and sisters were born, was in Ajaccio, a major city and seaport on the island of Corsica. The house is now a museum. The Bonapartes also had a country residence just outside Ajaccio. Milelli was the summer retreat of the Bonapartes. Bonaparte: (English translation, ), the first of two volumes by French historian Patrice Gueniffey, is a different take on Napoleon than the one-volume bio by Andrew Roberts that made my list last year/5. Founded in , has become a leading book price comparison site: Find and compare hundreds of millions of new books, used books, rare books and out of print books from over , booksellers and 60+ websites worldwide.