The French Second Empire: An Anatomy of Political Power

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UNPUBLISHED PRIMARY SOURCES

1. ARCHIVES NATIONALES

Series BB: Justice

BB II 1118 Results of plebiscite of 21–22 December, 1851

BB 18: correspondance générale

1460 Dévastations commises dans les forêts après la Révolution de février

1461 Diverse disorders

1462 Poursuites contre les auteurs des rébellions survenues à la suite de la perception des 45 centimes (1848–9)

1463 Complot du 15 mai 1848

1464 Diverse

1465 Insurrection de juin 1848:répercussions dans les départements

1469 Dossiers sur les clubs

1471–3 Dossiers sur les sociétés secrètes

1475–9 Dossiers concerning strikes and workers organisations

Information on popular protest: 1186, 1188–93, 1319–20, 1436, 1438, 1440, 1444, 1447–8, 1448B, 1449, 1451–2, 1454, 1460–1, 1475–9, 1484, 1517, 1537, 1545, 1553, 1558, 1563, 1581, 1618, 1633, 1639, 1644, 1707, 1715, 1728, 1754A, 1757, 1765–7, 1769, 1772, 1785

1717 municipal elections 1865

BB19: 37–42 Procureurs-généraux: reports on subsistence disorders 1846–7 BB20: 141, 157, 193 Reports on assizes, 1846–56

BB24: Requests for pardons

286–347, 500–6 For involvement in subsistence disorders

348–68 during 1848–9

385 during 1850

401–4 during 1851–2

448 General amnesty 1859

448–56 during 1854

478–83 during 1855

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