Louis Napoleon and the Second Empire

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INDEX
Abeken, 298
Aberdeen, Lord, 70, 149, 151
Adelaide, Princess, 141
Albert, Prince Consort, 140, 145, 161, 169, 236, 255, 256
Aldenize, Lieut., 57, 59
Alexander I, Tsar, 9, 10
Alexander II, Tsar, 164, 184, 258, 270
Antony, Prince of Hohenzollern, 293, 296
Arese, Count, 17, 33, 46, 47, 107
Armandi, Col., 24, 25
Augustenburg, Duke of, 260
Aux mânes de l'Empereur, 64
Baciocchi, Count, 24, 142
Bagehot, Walter, 125, 253
Baroche, 244
Barrot, Odilon, 44, 70, 100
Baudin, 120, 279
Bazaine, Marshal, 220, 304f, 314
Beauharnais, Eugène, 2, 10
Beauharnais, Hortense ( Duchesse de St. Leu), 2, 4f, 11, 14, 24f, 44, 47, 48
Beauharnais, Joséphine ( Empress), 2, 6, 8, 9, 49
Beauharnais, Stéphanie, 18
Benedetti, 158, 267, 297f
Béranger, 36
Bernard, 178
Berryer, 61
Bertrand, Abbé, 8, 10, 13, 15
Bertrand, Gen., 56
Billault, 245
Bismarck, 255f, 270, 285, 287f
Blanc, Louis, 68, 81, 242
Bonaparte, Caroline (Murat), 1, 4, 21
Bonaparte, Charles-Lucien ( Prince de Canino), 2, 108
Bonaparte, Charlotte, 22, 28, 33
Bonaparte, Christine, 28
Bonaparte, Elisa, 1
Bonaparte, François-Charles Joseph ( King of Rome, Duc de Reichstadt), 7, 10, 22, 24, 27, 30, 31, 56
Bonaparte, JérÔme, 1, 21, 32, 75, 119, 246
Bonaparte, JérÔme ( Prince Napoleon), 2, 67, 73, 74, 82, 83, 90, 101, 130, 142, 157, 181f, 186, 188, 192, 202, 211, 241, 247, 272, 281, 287, 301, 314
Bonaparte, JérÔme-Napoléon, 2, 23, 46, 48, 157, 247
Bonaparte, Joseph, 1, 4, 21, 33, 34, 45, 56, 69
Bonaparte, Letizia (Madame Mère), 21, 23
Bonaparte, Louis, 1, 4f, 15, 21, 27, 60, 75
Bonaparte, Lucien, 1, 4, 21
Bonaparte, Mathilde, 8, 18, 32, 64, 140, 142, 248
Bonaparte, Napoleon ( Emperor), 1f, 6, 9, 11, 19, 31, 36, 52, 98, 127, 144, 161, 167, 187, 192, 196, 225, 279
Bonaparte, Napoléone ( Countess Camerata), 21
Bonaparte, Napoléon-Charles, 2, 4, 5, 9
Bonaparte, Napoléon-Louis, 2, 4, 22, 25, 30
Bonaparte, Pauline, 1, 16, 21
Bonaparte, Pierre, 46, 48, 247, 284
Bratianu, 104
Bright, John, 240
Brünnow, 112
Buchez, 36, 230
Bulwer, Lord Lytton, 53, 310
Burdett, Miss ( Coutts), 73
Burgoyne, Sir John, 312
Canal of Nicaragua, 75, 214
Canrobert, Gen., 115, 121, 162, 190, 302
Capefigue, 75
Caprara, Card., 4
Casimir-Perier, 28
Castiglione, Countess, 174
Cavaignac, Gen., 89, 94, 99
Cavour, 18, 106, 138, 167, 168f, 182f, 194, 199f, 205f, 255
Chadwick, 236
Chambord, Comte de, 114
Changarnier, Gen., 97, 111
Charlemagne, Vie de, 64
Charles, Prince of Hohenzollern, 264, 292
Charles-Albert, King of Sardinia, 106, 107
Charlotte (Carlotta), 217f, 270
Chateaubriand, 85
Chevalier, 240, 241
Christian IX, King of Denmark, 260
Clarendon, Lord, 174, 175, 184, 197, 283, 288f, etc.
Clotilde, Princess, 181, 184, 186
Cobden, 240, 241
Cochelet, Louise, 11
Col-Puygélier, Col., 57, 58
Conneau, Dr., 47, 50, 54, 58, 63, 71, 73, 174, 248, 314, 318
Consalvi, Card., 19, 20
Considérations politiques, 26, 31
Courtin, Elisa, 12
Couza, Prince, 165, 264
Cowley, Lord, 139, 276
Crouy-Chanel, 54
Cusson, 211

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  • Title Page v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xii
  • Chapter I - THE HEIR (1808-1831) 1
  • Chater II - THE PRETENDER (1831-1840) 30
  • Chapter III - THE OUTLAW (1840-1848) 63
  • Chapter IV - THE PRESIDENT (1848-1852) 97
  • Chapter V - THE EMPEROR (1852-1856) 137
  • Chapter VI - THE LIBERATOR (1856-1859) 167
  • Chapter VII - THE ADVENTURER (1859-1869) 196
  • Chapter VIII - THE LIBERAL (1860-1869) 224
  • Chapter IX - THE GAMBLER (1863-1869) 255
  • Chapter X - THE FATALIST (1869-1870) 287
  • EPILOGUE 314
  • Notes 323
  • Index 339
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