American Philosophical Society
Letters addressed to Larrey and to his nephew Baron Felix Hippolyte Larrey chiefly from American medical personages. Correspondents include: Daniel Brainard, Charles P. Brigham, Robley Dunglison, Richard Willmott Hall, Felix Pascalis, and David Bailie Warden
Smithsonian Libraries
Three A.L.S., one to David ; in French
Oregon Health and Science University
Correspondence of Dominique Jean Larrey to his daughter, Isaure, and two unnamed correspondents. Letter to M. le Duc, dated 6 Aug. (possibly 1820) discusses relative merits of London and Florence as abodes.Letter to Isaure, dated 8 July 1826 discusses a trip Larrey made with his son Felix-Hippolyte through the British Isles. Letter to a friend, dated 23 Oct. 1832, concerns household matters. Translations of each letter are included in the collection
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Correspondence of both Félix Hippolyte Larrey and his father, Dominique Jean Larrey. Includes notes from Jean-Antoine-Claude Chaptal and from Marie Guillaume Alphonse Devergie
University of Virginia
Randolph recalls two occasions on which he met Wilson, mentioning also General Riall, Parish, "my Lord Chief Justice" and Capt. Duff. On the verso Wilson reports that he met Randolph when "a prisoner of War in 1814" in Philadelphia, and describes Randolph's reaction to Chantrey's statue of Washington, and a meeting with Napoleon's physician-general Larrey. The second letter accepts an invitation
Morgan Library and Museum - Pierpont Morgan Library
French surgeon


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