The Cambridge Modern History, المجلد 8

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Sir Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero, Sir Stanley Mordaunt Leathes, Ernest Alfred Benians
Macmillan, 1904
 

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The defects of French finance
77
Turgot as ControllerGeneral
83
Necker Finance Minister
89
Joly de Fleury Projects of the Parlements
95
Loan from the Caisse cTEscompte The Notables summoned Composi
101
Frederick William and Holland The Parlement returns to Paris
107
The clergy and taxation The meeting of Vizille
113
CHAPTER V
119
The franchise in the several Estates
125
Contents
126
The several Estates in Paris
131
The political reforms demanded
137
Feudal and manorial rights The militia
143
CHAPTER VI
145
Aims of Mirabeau His Journals
151
The Assembly holds to its resolutions
157
Necker ordered to leave the kingdom Riots
163
Lack of experience and practical wisdom in the Assembly
177
CHAPTER VIII
211
San Domingo Avignon
217
The Feuillants replaced by Brissotins
223
War declared State of France and of Paris Petion Mayor of Paris
225
Lafayette Fete of the Federation
231
Massacre of the Swiss The King suspended
237
The circular to the Departments
243
CHAPTER XI
245
Parties in the Convention
249
Preliminaries of the Kings trial
255
Execution of the King The responsibility
261
The conspiracy of March 9
267
CHAPTER X
276
Sir James Harris recommendation The Furstenbund
282
Alliance of England Holland and Prussia
288
The Russian Armament 204
294
The Battle of Jemappes Maret in London 209
300
The outbreak of war
306
Aggressive schemes of Joseph II
312
Josephs measures The Church Edicts on Government
318
The Triple Alliance of 1788
324
Prussia Danzig and Thorn Hertzbergs schemes
330
Peace between Sweden and Russia
336
The liberation of public opinion and of the press
373
The Vendee and the Chouans
379
Insurrection of 12 Germinal Confiscated property
385
The White Terror
387
The Constitution of the Year III
393
The circular of Padua The Conference of Pillnitz
399
Preparations for war Volunteers
405
Negotiations after Valmy
411
Jemappes The Austrian Netherlands occupied
417
The fall of Mainz 423i
423
Council at Antwerp Dampierre Lamarche Custine
429
THE NAVAL
447
PAGE
449
Enlistment and treatment of the seamen
453
Hotham in the Mediterranean
459
War in the North State of the French navy
465
Elections of the Year VI Scissions
516
CHAPTER XVII
521
CHAPTER XVIII
553
Great Britain Pitts desire for peace
559
The Austrian and the Sardinian plans
565
The plunder of the Milanese
571
Comparison of Maillebois campaign
577
Preliminaries of Leoben Motives
583
The Cisalpine Republic
589
Bonaparte and the East 695
595
Advance towards Cairo
601
CHAPTER XX
620
Nelson appears and instantly attacks
626
Their treatment Nelsons action
632
Meeting of French troops in Rome
638
Resistance of Switzerland
640
Alliance of Russia and Turkey
646
Ferdinand occupies Rome is defeated and takes to flight
652
Nelson and the Neapolitan rebels
658
Causes of the failure
664
The Law of Hostages
670
Proposal to transfer the Councils to SaintCloud
676
The Councils at SaintCloud
682
CHAPTER XXIII
689
Report of the Finance Committee
695
Blunders of the Constituent Assembly
701
National receipts Contributions of conquered countries
707
The Law of Land Tenure
713
La directe Its history
719
Copyright Patents
725
Succession among roturiers The clergy
731
Age for marriage Divorce
737
Secret criminal procedure
743
The jury system Penalties
749
England and the French Revolution ?55
755
The trials for High Treason in England
761
CHAPS PAGES General Bibliography 7913
791
Philosophy and the Revolution 7948
796
The Government of France 799800
799
Finance
801
IVVII The Breakdown of Government in France and the Constituent Assembly 8024
802
VIII IX XII XIII The Legislative Assembly the National Convention the Terror Thermi dor Vendemiaire 8058
805
Eastern and Central Europe 8127
812
The General War 81820
818
The Naval War 8216
821
The Directory 8279
827
Bonaparte and the Conquest of Italy 8303
830
XIXXX The Struggle for the Mediterranean and the Egyptian Expedition 8346
834
France and the Second Coalition 8379
837
Brumaire 8401
840
Revolutionary Finance
842
French Law in the Revolutionary Era
843
Europe and the French Revolution 84450
844
CHronological Table of Leading Events 8518
851
Index 85975
859
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