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Charles Lucien Bonaparte

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  • On the fifth of April, 1824, he visited Philadelphia, where the late Dr. Mease, whom he had known on his first arrival in Pennsylvania, presented him to Charles Lucien Bonaparte, who in his turn introduced him to the

    The International Monthly, Volume 2, No. 4, March, 1851

  • He reached Philadelphia on April 5, and remained there till the following August, studying painting, exhibiting his birds, making many new acquaintances, among them Charles Lucien Bonaparte, giving lessons in drawing at thirty dollars per month, all the time casting wistful eyes toward Europe, whither he hoped soon to be able to go with his drawings.

    John James Audubon

  • After Wilson's death three supplementary volumes to his "Ornithology" were added by Charles Lucien Bonaparte, and it was Lucien Bonaparte's son, Prince Canino, who first suggested to Audubon the publication of his collections.

    The Philadelphia Magazines and their Contributors 1741-1850

  • Charles Lucien Bonaparte, giving lessons in drawing at thirty dollars per month, all the time casting wistful eyes toward Europe, whither he hoped soon to be able to go with his drawings.

    John James Audubon

  • So Dr. Edmund Porter wrote to a friend after hearing Charles Lucien Bonaparte ” a nephew of the emperor ” read a paper on the Golden Plover to the Philadelphia Academy of Sciences on October 11, 1825. [

    Web-Footed Gentry

  • By Charles Lucien Bonaparte, Prince of Musignano, & (c.

    Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

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