Cambridge Modern History, المجلد 9

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Macmillan, 1918
 

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Origin of the Second Armed Neutrality
46
Battle of Copenhagen
52
The war in Germany and Italy
58
Moreaus successes in Germany
64
Negotiations broken
66
Spain Portugal and Egypt
72
French treaties with Prussia and Russia
78
me Naples and northern Italy Holland
88
The Constitution enforced
99
Contents
100
Napoleons family His marriage
107
The Imperial household
113
National Debt The Funds Public works
119
French manufactures
125
Literature Chateaubriand
131
Demaillots plot Anxiety about Spain
137
Decay of industry Malets plot
143
CHAPTER VI
148
Family
156
Value of the Civil Code
162
Conservatism of the Code of Civil Procedure
168
The Jury endangered Pause in the discussion
174
Consalvi in Paris The Concordat signed
184
The Italian Coneordat The press The Orders
190
The Confederation of the Rhine
195
Papal States annexed Captivity of the Pope
196
The German States and the Church
202
egotlations between Great Britain and France
208
The Boulogne flotilla
214
Nelson in pursuit of Villeneuve
220
Calders action of Cape Finisterre
226
Nelsons plan of battle i
229
British expeditions to Turkey and Egypt
235
Outbreak of the Spanish Insurrection
237
nlurance rates French and British losses
242
Vac ation of Austria Archduke Charles
248
e caPitulation of Ulm
254
Battle of Austerlitz Armistice
261
End of the Holy Roman Empire Dispute about Cattaro
271
Battle of Auerstadt The Prussian retreat
278
Napoleons advance The Russian retreat
284
Russian advance Battle of Friedland
290
The position and policy of Denmark
296
Napoleons policy Convention with Spain
302
Napoleon and the Eastern Question _
308
Napoleon prepares for an Eastern expedition
311
Russia and Austria Napoleons demands on Prussia
317
Revolution in Sweden Abdication of Gustavus
323
Political economic and Social reforms
330
Queen Louisa of Prussia Kingdom of Westphalia
336
AUstrian motives for
343
Effect of the battle
352
Resistance of Tyrol The rising suppressed
356
Influence of the Mercantilists and Rousseau
364
Napoleon resolves to annex Holland
370
Causes of French commercial prosperity
376
Sicily under British influence The Constitution
382
Murder of Selim Accession of Mahmoud II
389
Napoleon and his servants The Italian Republic
393
Toscany under French control The Papal States
400
The Grand Duchy of Frankfort under Dalberg
414
French colonial policy Toussaint LOuverturs
420
THE PENINSULAR WAR mos14
428
The military position
435
The Convention of Cintra French reinforcements
441
Results of Moores campaign
447
Napoleon goes to Paris Destruction of his army
504
Fm Ens of e armies Opening of the campaign
512
Opportunities lost by the Allies Napoleons plans __v_
517
Napoleons plans Schwarzenbergs advance
524
Hamburg isolated Napoleon returns to Dresden
530
French counterattack fails Indecisive results
539
Distribution of the Allies Napoleons difileulties
546
Stipulations oi the Senate Return of Monsieur
550
Causes of the defeat of Bideher He recovers himself
553
D9 of a d
555
The return of Louis XVIII
562
The Legion of Honour Military discontent
568
Treaty of Fontainebleau The Restoration
569
Flight of Louis XVIII Fall of the monarchy
575
THE CONGRESS OF VIENNA II 1816
576
The Tsar and the King of Prussia
581
lempotcntiaries of the smaller German States
587
The POhshSaxon difficulty
593
The Swiss 113 annexed by Prussia Genoa
599
Modena etc The Legations
603
First indefinite conceptions
609
Rivers Precedence Results to February 1815
615
Murats campaign and defeat
621
Wellington and Bliicher Battle of Ligny
627
The British position
633
Repulse of the Imperial Guard
640
Eflect of Napoleons return
646
Provisions of the Final Act Its primary end
652
Bavaria HesseDarmstadt Frankfort
658
Negotiations for peace with France New frontier
664
Representative institutions
670
Financial measures Withdrawal of the Whigs
676
Ministerial changes Renewal of the war
682
Pitt returns to power The new Ministry
683
Portland resigns Finance Sir Francis Burdett
689
Catholic Relief Bill Growing disaffection
695
Grattan retires Rebellion and suppression
701
Failure and death of Emmet Daniel OConnell
707
The Permanent Settlement carried out
713
Consolidation of Mardtha power
719
Treaty with Oudh The Marotha confederacy
725
Lord Minto in office Mutiny at Vellore
731
Captain Phillip Early struggles of the colony
737
The Quebec Act The United Empire Loyalists
743
Islands captured Occupation of Cape Colony
749
Treaty of Paris Colonial results of the war
755
Protests Napoleons autobiography
761
The French nobility
767
Eugene fails to retake Berlin
773
sulate and the Empire 7878
787
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The Codes 8089
808
The Command of the Sea 81623
816
The War of 1809 8335
833
The invasion of Russia 8547
854
The First Restoration
868
489
904
491
911
494
918
496
929
Negotiations with Spina in Paris
932
500
943
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