ID 1242
Last Name de Valois-Saint-Rémy
First Name Jeanne
Title Comtesse de la Motte
Gender Female
Date of Birth 1756-07-22
Date of Death 1791-08-23
Place of Birth Fontette
Place of Death London
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/68920785
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeanne_de_Valois-Saint-R%C3%A9my
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/37/Jeanne_lamotte_valois.JPG
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Author An address to the public explaining the motives which have hitherto delayed the publication of the Memoirs of the Countess de Valois de la Motte; which contains a justification of her conduct; and Exposing the Various Artifices which Have Been Used for the Suppression of their Appearance. 1789
Author Lettre de la comtesse Valois de la Mothe a la reine de France 1789
Author Memoirs of the Countess de Valois de la Motte; containing a compleat justification of her conduct, and an explanation of the intrigues and artifices used against her by Her Enemies, relative to the diamond necklace; also the correspondence between the Queen and the Cardinal de Rohan and concluding with an address to the King of France, supplicating a re-investigation of that apparently mysterious business. Translated from the French, written by herself. 1789
Author Mémoires de la Comtesse de Valois de la Motte, contenant la justification complete de sa conduite relative au collier de diamans, ainsi que la correspondence entre la Reine de France, et le Cardinal de Rohan. Seconde edition, avec alterations, additions, etc. 1789
Author Second mémoire Justificatif de la comtesse de Valois de la Motte; écrit par elle-même. 1789
Author Second mémoire justificatif de la comtesse de Valois de la Motte; écrit par elle-même. 1789
Author Memoirs of the Countess de Valois de la Motte; containing a complete justification of her conduct, and an explanation of the intrigues and artifices used against her by her enemies relative to the diamond necklace; also, the correspondence between the Queen and the Cardinal de Rohan, and concluding with an address to the king of France, supplicating a re-investigation of that apparently mysterious business. Translated from the French, written by herself. 1790
Author The life of Jane de St. Remy de Valois, heretofore Countess de la Motte. Containing, a circumstantial and exact detail of the many extraordinary events which have attended this unfortunate Lady from her birth, and contributed to raise her to the dignity of confidant and favorite of the Queen of France. Some farther particulars relative to the mysterious transaction of the diamond necklace. Her trial, condemnation, and imprisonment in the Salpetriere; her almost miraculous escape from thence: with many curious and interesting particulars of her journey through several provinces of France, under different disguises. Also, an address to the National Assembly, supplicating a new trial. Written by herself. In two volumes. 1791
Author The life of Jane de St. Remy de Valois, heretofore Countess de la Motte. containing a circumstantial and exact Detail of the many extraordinary Events which have attended this unfortunate Lady from her Birth, and contributed to raise her to the Dignity of Confidante and Favorite of the Queen of France; Some further particulars relative to the Mysterious Transaction of the diamond necklace; Her Trial, Condemnation, and Imprisonment in the Salpetriere; her almost miraculous Escape from thence: with many curious and interesting Particulars of her Journey through several Provinces of France, under different Disguises: Also, an address to the National Assembly, supplicating a new trial. Written by herself. In two volumes. 1792

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