Gendarmes and the State in Nineteenth-Century Europe

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INDEX
Ahumada, Duke of 243, 244
Albitte, Antoine-Louis46
Alexander I (of Russia) 240
Alongi, Giuseppe204
Amarillas, Marqués de las242, 243
Ambert, Gen. Baron136-7, 203
Angoulême, Duke of 83
Bach, Alexander224, 225
bandits/banditry, see brigands/brigandage
Bayley, David H.7
Beauharnais, Eugène de169, 186
Beccaria, Major Camillo192
Beccaria, Cesare33, 150
Bédarieux (fight at) 124, 135, 255
beggars 17, 26, 27, 29, 31 n. 17, 32, 38, 77, 100, 118-19, 131, 132-3, 134, 150, 151, 176, 180, 213, 214, 216, 222, 236, 266
Benckendorf, Alexander239-40
Berry, Duchess of 107
Berry, Duke of 89
Berlière, Jean-Marc1
Berthier, Marshal Louis-Alexandre56
Bonaparte, Joseph56, 241
Bonaparte, Louis164
Bonaparte, Louis-Napoleon, seeNapoleon III
Bonaparte, Napoleon, seeNapoleon I
Bonaparte, Pauline60
Bouyn, Capt. Frédéric de127
brigands/brigandage 2, 13, 34-5, 38, 40, 50, 52, 57, 59, 60, 73-4, 76, 99, 115, 134, 146, 151, 157-9, 167-8, 170, 172, 176, 183, 186, 188, 191, 195, 198-200, 206, 211, 226, 234, 242, 266
Brown, Howard57
Bulletin de la Gendarmerie118, 122
Buquet, Gen. Louis-Léopold76-7
Carabini153, 183
Carabinieri:
Italian/Savoyard 5, 6, 137, 222, 243, 249, 257; attitudes towards 194, 204-6, 253; in Brigands' War 198-9; brutality of 201-2, 264-5; in civilian clothes/disguise 200; discipline 261; duties 186, 191, 200-1, 202-5, 262; established 183; in Italian unification 193-4, 197-8, 206, 235, 244, 264; in labour disputes 201, 206, 265; military dominance in 196, 204; political role 192, 204; oath 192-3, 258,; recruitment 184-6, 192, 198, 199, 200; in revolution: ( 1821) 191-2; ( 1848) 193; in Sicily 198, 204, 265; size 183-4, 193, 202
Papal 189-90, 194-5, 243
Tuscan 194
Carnot-Feulint, Claude-Marie45
Caussidière, Marc120, 121
Cavour, Camillo197
charivari113, 121, 217, 252
Charles X (of France) 101, 102, 103
Charles Albert (of Savoy) 191-2, 193
Charles Felix (of Savoy) 192
Charles Frederick (of Baden) 174
Cochet de Savigny, Pierre-Claude- Melchior118, 122-3, 128, 136
commissaires de police:

Belgium237; France39-40, 67, 68, 108, 119, 129, 140, 145, 155, 156

Congress of Vienna 173, 188, 210, 212, 236
Consalvi, Cardinal Ercole188-9, 194, 195, 207
Correme, Antonio 'King' 159
crime/criminals 26-7, 28, 32-4, 43, 50, 89, 97, 98, 100-1, 115-16, 131-3, 134, 145, 151, 175, 179, 186, 197, 213, 222, 235, 238, 243, 248, 250, 252
Danthon, Charles45-6
Diderot, Denis251
Dieu, François5
Dupaty, Charles149
Duroc, Gen. 61
Duvergier, Gen. 117

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