Charles Pierre Claret De Fleurieu - Sources

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  • "Charles Pierre Claret de Fleurieu", in Marie-Nicolas Bouillet and Alexis Chassang (eds.), Dictionnaire universel d'histoire et de géographie, 1878
  • "M. le Comte de Fleurieu" by M. Frédéric Chassériau
  • Archives nationales, 2 JJ 92 à 103. – Fastes de la Légion d'Honneur.
  • Delambre, Notice sur la vie et les ouvrages de M. le comte de Fleurieu. –
  • Discours sur Fleurieu par Raillon, 1810.
  • Notice sur Fleurieu par Salverte, s. d. et par. Chassériau, 1856.
  • Archives biographiques françaises, I, 403, p. 354-377
  • Bulletin des voyages, de la géographie et de l'histoire, N° XXXVI, p. 373, by Eusèbe Salverte --
  • Annales des voyages, de la géographie et de l'histoire, vol. 4 of the 3rd subscription, and 12th of the collection. Article from the bulletin signé Eusèbe Salverte.
  • Annales maritimes coloniales, p. 85-102, by the Chevalier Delambre. Recueilli par M. Bajot.
  • Journal de l'armée navale, journal "le moniteur", Archives nationale de la marine.
  • Biographie nouvelle des contemporains de Antoine-Vincent Arnault page 170-171
  • Dernières années du règne et de la vie de Louis XVI, de François Hue, René Du Ménil de Maricourt, Henri de L'Epinois (p. 328-329)
  • La vie et les mémoires du général Dumouriez, de Charles François Du Périer Dumouriez, p. 175-177.
  • Mémoires secrets pour servir à l'histoire de la dernière année du règne de Louis XVI, d'Antoine François Bertrand de Moleville
  • Nouvelle biographie générale depuis les temps les plus reculés à nos jours, par P. Levot
  • Mémoires inédits de madame la comtesse de Genlis pour servir à l'histoire des XVIIIème et XIXème siècles.

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