Louis Napoleon and the Second Empire

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CHAPTER I: THE HEIR
NAPOLEON'S Correspondance, April 4th, 1807.
NABONNE, La reine Hortense (1951), p. 95.
NABONNE, p. 76.
NABONNE, Ch. 5; DE LA FUYE, Louis Napoléon Bonaparte avant l'Empire (1951), Ch. 1; on the question of Louis' legitimacy, SIMPSON, The rise of Louis Napoleon (ed. 1925), p. 358.
NABONNE; DE LA FUYE.
Lettres de Napoléon III à Madame Cornu (ed. Emerit, 1937), I, 7.
DE LA FUYE, 24; Souvenirs de ma vie, in PROUDHON, Napoléon III ( 1900).
SENIOR, Conversations with M. Thiers (1878), II, 335; I, 220.
PROUDHON, P. 329.
The reminiscences and reflections of Captain Gronow (1892), II, 249.
DE LA FUYE, p. 39; SIMPSON, The Rise, p. 32 (according to another version it was Soult, not Berthier).
NABONNE; TURQUAN, La reine Hortense (1927), II, Ch. 9. Souvenirs et correspondance de Madame Récamier (ed. 1860), I, 111.
E. T. of Idées napoléoniennes in Life and Works of Louis Napoleon Bonaparte (1852), I. 250.
Lettres de Napoléon III, II, 8.
Napoléon III et le Prince Napoléon (ed. D'Hauterive, 1925), p. 268.
DE LA FUYE, p. 54.
Lettres de Napoléon III, II, 22; for Florenton, The secret of the Coup d'état, ed. Earl of Kerry ( 1924), p. 99.
Lettres de Napoléon III, I, 11; II, 31, 60.
STéFANE-POL, La jeunesse de Napoléon III, letters of July 19th, August 10th, 1820; for Mme Cornu, Œuvres de Ernest Renan, II, 1113.
STéFANE-POL, August 14th, 1827.
STéFANE-POL, December 4th, 1820.
STéFANE-POL, February 21st 1821; November 13th, 1820.
Lettres de Napoléon III, I, 181.
STéFANE-POL.
STéFANE-POL MME RéCAMIER, II, 72; GRABINSKI, Le Comte Arese (1897), p. 27.
GOURGAUD, Sainte-Hélène (3rd ed.), I. 287.
They are reproduced in STéFANE-POL.
Lettres de Napoléon III, I, 183.
WHYTE, The Evolution of Modern Italy (1950); GENTILE, Profeti del Risorgimento (1913).

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