The Cambridge Modern History, المجلد 8

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Sir Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero, Sir George Stanley Mordaunt Leathes, Sir Stanley Leathes
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CHAPTER I
1
xiv
3
The Grand Alliance of the Four Powers
7
Reaction The problem of France
13
Scope of the Conference Slavetrade and piracy
19
Movements for and against a further Conference
25
The Eastern Question French policy in Spain
31
CHAPTER II
40
Economic progress The Third Party
493
Schemes of social reform Lamennais
499
Completion of the conquest of Algeria Belgium 605
505
Interregnum Rising in Paris Marshal Soults Ministry 611
514
The attitude of the Powers 620
520
Attitude of the Catholic clergy 626
527
Campaign through the Press LibriBagnano 632
533
The National Congress of Belgium The Great Powers 638
539

The second Restoration and the Liberals
46
A new Electoral Law The name of Doctrinaires
55
Difficulties of Decazes and de Serre
61
Electoral scheme amended and passed
67
Moderation and a Royalist Government The Church
73
Projects of intervention abroad
74
Intervention in Spain Chateaubriand dismissed
80
Law for compensation to fimigrii
86
Ministry of Martignac
92
The Algerian enterprise
98
CHAPTER IV
104
and Naples
110
Abdication of Victor Emanuel
116
Condemnation of Confalonieri
118
Literature in Italy
124
Musicians and librettists
130
Consalvi and Metternich His opposition to Pacca
136
Spain Sardinia and Piedmont Tuscany
142
Hanover The States of the Upper Rhine
148
Reaction under Leo XII Repressive policy
162
Febronius The Punctations of Ems
168
its literary side
174
Failure of the rebellion in Piedmont Conspiracies in Lombardy
179
Rising in the Morea Periods of the war
180
Great Britain recognises the Greeks as belligerents
186
Revolt of the Janissaries Treaty of Akkerman
192
The Porte repudiates the Treaty of Akkerman
198
Boundaries fixed Prince Otto of Bavaria King of Greece
204
CHAPTER VII
205
LIST OF BIBLIOGRAPHIES
208
Spain and the Foreign Powers
211
The revolution accomplished
217
The Cortes of 1821 Murder of Vinuesa
223
The intellectual movement Absolutist reaction
229
Martinez de La Rosa Carlist War
235
Revolution of 1840 Abdication of Cristina
241
CHAPTER VIII
244
CHAPTER IX
280
Revolutionary movements in South America
284
Spanish expedition under Morillo
290
Peru Bolivia and Colombia Death of Bolivar
296
Political ideas in Spanish America
302
The European Towers Congress of Verona
308
Dom Pedro Regent in Brazil
314
Death of John VI Pedro grants a Charter and abdicates
320
Policy of France and England Pedro II Emperor of Brazil 826
326
Sartorius replaced by Napier
332
Contents
337
Reign of Maria II Parties in Portugal
338
Constitution of the Federal State
344
Conservative Opposition in Prussia The Estates in Germany
351
Education Austrian policy
357
Other German States Agitation in the Universities The Bur
363
CHAPTER XII
383
Goethes early years in Weimar
389
Classicism and Romanticism
395
The Heidelberg Romanticists
401
CHAPTER XIIL
413
Contents
437
CHAPTER XIV
445
Reaction and administrative repression The second Diet
451
Attack on the Patriotic Society Trial and sentences
457
Prussian policy in Posen
463
Preparations of Nicholas Diebitsch enters Poland
469
CHAPTER XV
475
The foreign Powers The compact of Carlsbad
481
Liberal legislation The army reorganised
487
CHAPTER XVII
545
Mahmud appeals to Great Britain Ibrahim at Konieh 651
552
Better relations between Great Britain and Russia 658
560
Negotiations between Great Britain and France
566
The Convention of the Straits
572
CHAPTER XVIII
573
Stages in the first period after the Great War 673
579
Canning succeeds Castlereagh His policy 684
589
Origin of Benthams political views Helvetius Priestley 696
595
Minor proposals for Reform Macaulay
601
Ireland The Irish franchise restricted 1829
607
The Lords reject the Second Reform Bill Third Reform Bill
613
CHAPTER XIX
620
The first English movement The Acts of 1778 and 1791
626
Reorganisation in Ireland
632
Economic distress Religious feuds Secret societies
638
The general election The Waterford election
644
Recall of Anglesey Attitude of the King
650
CHAPTER XX
655
The Report on the Poor Law
661
Peel forms a Tory Ministry His programme
667
Marriage Act Stamp Acts Ecclesiastical Commission
673
Education Penny post
679
CHAPTER XXI
685
CHAPTER XXII
696
Robert Burns
702
The imaginative poems of Coleridge
708
The diction of Byron and Shelley
714
Keats Leigh Hunt
720
Influence of Scott The French Romantic novel
726
CHAPTER XXIII
727
Mechanical inventions
733
Railways Agriculture
739
Transport improvements on the Continent
745
Sugarbeet Potato spirit The guilds
751
Engineering Social movements
757
CHAPTER XXIV
763
Positive teaching of Adam Smith
766
David Ricardo
772
Individualism Socialism Godwin
778
Porter Senior
784
CHAPS PAGES General Bibliography 7856
788
The Doctrinaires 7918
792
Reaction and Revolution in France 7945
794
TV Italy 7969
800
Greece and the Balkan Peninsula 181231 8037
806
VH Spain 181545 80811
812
The Emancipation of the Spanish Dominions in America 81821
818
Brazil and Portugal 8225
822
The Germanic Confederation 181540 82632
826
Literature in Germany 8338
833
Russia 83942
839
Poland 8423
842
The Orleans Monarchy 183040 8447
846
The Low Countries 84851
848
Mehemet Ali 8525
852
Great Britain 181532 8569
858
Catholic Emancipation 8606
860
Great Britain and Ireland 183241 86770
870
Canada 8718
874
The Revolution in English Poetry and Fiction 87982
879
Economic Change 8839
883
The British Economists 8902
890
Chronological Table of Leading Events 8938
893
German Romanticism Haller Bonald 160
894
Lvdex
899

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