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It was a surprise, finding M. Bollee's article ("Sur une nouvelle machine a calculer") in this 1889 Comptes Rendus, peeking around in that big 10-pound volume looking for something else. It was very easy to miss if you weren't looking for it, just a few pages long in a 1000-page book. But there it was, nestled comfortably in pp 737-739. It these few pages Bollee describes his machine and with particular reference to his innovative approach to direct multipilication--a fine addition (ha!) to the long line of contributions by Babbage and Clement, Scheutz, Wiberg and Grant and Hamann.
The article in the Comptes Rendus is not illustrated, though I did find an image of the machine in The Manufacturer and Builder: