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Treaty of Campo Formio, October, 1797 - - - 4

Bonaparte in Paris - - - - - - 4

French Ambassador at Rome outraged, a Republic established

there in Consequence, February, 1798 - - - 4

French invade Switzerland - - - - - 4.

The Expedition against Egypt sails May, 1798 - - 4

Battle of the Nile, August 1, 1798 - - - - 4

Siege of Acre - - - - - - - 4

The Directory force the Elections in their Favour - - 5

Sièyes at Berlin - - - - - - 5:

The Conscription - - - - - - 5,

Onth-rake of Naios, Renewal of War, March, 1799 - - 5,

‘. . . . of ot...”in - • • - - - 5t

A , ; , , ..., , h, I’rench Plenipotentaries at Rastadt - 5

*::::...a woeate to Suwarrow at the Trebbia, June - - 5:

Sièyes and Barras get rid of their Brother Directors - - 6.

Suwarrow defeats Joubert at Novi, August, 1799 - - 6:

Massena defeats the Russians at Zurich and at Naples; British

Expedition to the Helder - - - - - 6,

Bonaparte returns to France - -- - - - 6

On the 18th Brumaire Bonaparte disperses the Assemblies, and

seizes the Government - - - - - 7(

CHAP. XLIII.

Establishment of the Consulate - - - - 7.

Its first financial Measures - - - - - 7

The New Constitution - - - - - - 7:

Fouché, Minister of Police - - - - - 8

The Tribunate - - - - - - - - 8

Moreau drives the Austrians from Swabia - - - 8:

Bonaparte crosses the St. Bernard with his Army, May, 1800 - 8.

Battle of Marengo, June - - - - - 8.

Negotiations for Peace - - - - - 8.

Battle of Hohenlinden - - - - - - 8:

Treaty of Luneville, February, 1801 - - - - 9

The Emperor Paul's Hostility to England - - - 9.

II is Assassination - - - - - - 9,

Battles of Heliopolis and Aboukir - - - - 9.

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French Expedition to San Domingo - - - - 96

Peace of Amiens, March, 1802 - - - - 97

Explosion of the Infernal Machine, Christmas, 1801 - - 98

Done by the Chouans - - - - - - 99

The Code - - - - - - - 100

Re-Establishment of the Church - - - - 101

Legislature and Tribunate rid of the Liberals - - - 103

Population vote the Consulate for Life - - - 104

French Encroachments upon Italy and Switzerland - - 105

French Exposé, Bonaparte's Complaints of English Press - 107

The British Ministry’s Mistrust of him - - - 109

His Interview with Lord Whitworth, February, 1803, whom he

attacks at his Levy, March - - - - - 112

War declared, May, 1803 - - - - - 113

Plot of George Cadoudal - - - - - 114

Seizure and Execution of the Duc d'Enghien - - - 115

Death of Pichegru in Prison - - - - - 116

Bonaparte declared Emperor, May, 180 - - - 117

His Letter to the King of England - - - - 119

Russia joins England, April, 1805 - - - - 119

Napoleon’s Plans to be Master of the Channel - - - 121

Upon their Failure he marches into Germany - - - 122

Mack capitulates in Ulm, October - - - - 122

Battle of Austerlitz, December, 1805 - - - - 124

Austria accepts Terms of Peace - - - - 125

Battles of Jena and Auerstadt, October, 1806 - - - 129

Berlin Decrees answered by Orders in Council - - 132

Battle of Eylau, January, 1807 - - - - 134

Battle of Friedland, June - - - - - 136

Treaty of Tilsit - - - - - - 138

It forms the culminating Point of Napoleon's Career - - 141

His Byzantine Court - - - - - - 142

His System for subject Countries - - - - 144

Imperial Finance - - - - * - - 145

Milan Decrees - . - - - - - - - 147

The Pope carried off, and Rome annexed to France, 1808 and
1809 - - - - - - - 149

Meeting of Napoleon and Alexander at Erfurt - - - 150

The French invade Spain - - - - - 152

The King and Prince decoyed to Bayonne - - - 153

French defeat the Spanish Army at Rio Seco, January, 1808 - 155

Battle of Corunna, January, 1809 - - - - 157

Austria prepares for War - - - - - 159

Austria defeated at Eckmühl, April, 18 - - - 161

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Battles of Essling and Aspern - - - - - 16:

Battle of Wagram, July - - - - - 16:

Peace between France and Austria, October, 1809 - - 168

Napoleon's Divorce with Josephine, and Marriage with Maria

Louisa - - - - * - - - 171

Louis Bonaparte abdicates the Throne of Holland - - 17:

Election of Bernadotte to succeed to the Crown of Sweden - 17:

Provocations offered to Russia - - - - - 174

Its Fear that Napoleon will resucitate Poland - - 176

Napoleon evades its Demands, and the Czar retaliates - - 177

Birth of the King of Rome, 1811 - - - - 178

Battle of Talavera - - - - - - 179

Massena repulsed from the Lines of Torres Vedras - - 181

Napoleon at Dresden, 1812 . - - - - 18:

Invades Russia, June, 1812 - - - - - 18:

Battle of Salamanca - - - - - - 18:

Battle of Borodino, or of the Moskwa, September - - 187

After which the French enter Moscow - - - 188

The Russians destroy it by Fire - - - - 18%

Napoleon and his Army retreat from Moscow, October 19 - 190

Passage of the Beresina - - - - - 19:
Napoleon quits the Army and reaches Paris, December 19,
1812 - - - - - - - 194

Malet's Conspiracy - - - - - - 19:

The Tugendbund - - - - - - 19

York's Defection - - - - - - 198

Battle of Lutzen, May, 1813 - - - - - 200

Battle of Bautzen - - - - - - 20:

Prince Metternich's Interview with Napoleon at Dresden - 204

Battle of Salamanca, July, 1812 - - - - 20:

Battle of Vittoria - - - - - - 207

Defeat of the Allies before Dresden, August - - - 208

Defeat of Vai, i., o – - - - * - 21(

The ** . . . . . eipzig - - - -- - 21

*a, 1. *... to tuber - - - - - 21:

- • * :rs to France rejected - - - - 215

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Congress of Chatillon breaks up - - - - 225

The Allies before Paris - - - - - 226

They enter it, March 31 - - - - - 227

Napoleon at Fontainebleau - - - - - 229

Marmont's Treachery - - - - - - 230

Napoleon's Abdication, April - - - - - 231

CHAP. XLIV.

The Senate invited by Alexander to draw up a Constitution - 233

Louis the Eighteenth at St. Ouen - - - - 234

The Bourbon Princes - - - - - - 236

New Frontiers of France - - - - - 237

The Charte - - -- - - - - 238

Napoleon's Return from Elba, March, 1815 - - - 241

Re-enters the Tuileries - - - - - 244

His new Constitution called the Additional Act - - 248

The Champ de Mars - - - - - - 249

The Battle of Ligny, April - - - - - 251

The Battle of Waterloo - - - - - 252

Napoleon at the Elysée - - - - - 254

His second Abdication - - - - - - 255

Talleyrand and Fouché - - - - - 256

The Provisional Government - - - - - 257

New Royalist Ministry - - - - - 260

Works of Art taken from the Louvre - - - - 261

Fouché's Proscription List - - - - - 262

Royalist Reaction and Murders in the South - - - 264

A Royalist Parliament - - - - - 266

The Holy Alliance - - - - - - 267

Talleyrand resigns, and is succeeded by the Duc de Richelieu - 269

Massacre of Protestants in the South - - - - 272

Lavalette's Condemnation and Escape - - - - 274

Trial and Execution of Marshal Ney, December - - 275

La Bourdonnaye's Categories - - - - 277

The New Electoral Law - - - - - 278

Finance - - - - - - - 279

Insurrection at Grenoble, May, 1816 - - - - 281

Dissolution of the Chambre Introuvable, September - - 282

Government of the Bascule - - - - - 283

Law of Election passed - - - - - 286.

Sedition at Lyons, June, 1817 - - - - - 289

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