Inventaire des biens laissés par le fu Messire Jean Joseph François de Tertulle, Marquis de la Roque ... [etc]; [manuscript] :; ce 13 Juin 1740 aux actes de [pr]esse de la rectoire de Carpentras. - Colenda Digital Repository
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Inventaire des biens laissés par le fu Messire Jean Joseph François de Tertulle, Marquis de la Roque ... [etc]; [manuscript] :; ce 13 Juin 1740 aux actes de [pr]esse de la rectoire de Carpentras.

Title:
Inventaire des biens laissés par le fu Messire Jean Joseph François de Tertulle, Marquis de la Roque ... [etc] [manuscript] : ce 13 Juin 1740 aux actes de [pr]esse de la rectoire de Carpentras.
Abstract:
An inventory of the estate of the deceased Jean Joseph François de Tertulle, marquis de la Roque. The inventory of the house on Rue du Ginjoullier in Carpentras divides the possessions by the rooms in which they are located. The inventory contains a list of the books found in the possession of the marquis (f.79r-83v) and a long list of papers and documents (f.90r-180v). The marquis's papers are divided into two series and individually numbered. The materials preceding the inventory include a declaration by the widow of de Tertulle, Marie Chrestine de Thezan Venasque, and the appointment of Joseph Louis Devillario, notary and scribe of the rectorie of Comtat Venaissin, as compiler of this inventory (signature, f. 218v).
Format:
222 leaves : paper; 290 x 185 (240 x 140) mm. bound to 305 x 230 mm.
Identifier:
(OCoLC)ocn232605880; (OCoLC)232605880; (PU)4322622-penndb-Voyager
Language:
French, with some passages in Latin.
Provenance:
Sold by Henry or Gaston Saffroy (Paris), 1970.
Publisher:
[France, 1740]
Subject:
Inventories of decedents' estates -- France -- Early works to 1800.; Property -- France -- Early works to 1800.; Codices.; Estate inventories.; Manuscripts, French; 18th century.; Manuscripts, European.
Type:
Manuscript
Personal Name:
Roque, Jean Joseph François de Tertulle, marquis de la,
Call Number:
Oversize Ms. Codex 1198
Collection:
Penn in Hand: Selected Manuscripts