Memoirs Illustrating the History of Napoleon I from 1802 to 1815 - Vol. 2

By Claude-François de Méneval; Napoleon Joseph de Méneval | Go to book overview

I N D E X
OF BOOKS, PERIODICALS, PLAYS. HYMNS, SONGS, ETC., REFERRED TO IN THIS VOLUME.
Annual of Universal History, by Lesur, 434.
Anti-British Memorial, Newspaper edited by Barrère, 433, 434, 435.
Anti-Corsican Chronicles, Newspaper edited by L. Goldsmith, 435.
Anti-Gailican Monitor, Sunday paper edited by L. Goldsmith, 435.
Argus, Newspaper edited by André d'Arbelles and Lesur, 434, 435.
Charlemagne, Poem written by Lucien Bonaparte, 318.
Cirn6ide (La), Poem written by Lucien Bonaparte, 318.
Defence of Fortified Places, by Carnot, 355.
Eulogy of Louis XII., by Barrère, 434.
Fête du Village (La), Operette, written by Etienne, composed by Nicolo Isonard, 404.
Hamlet, Tragedy by Shakespeare, 454.
History of Finance, by M. Bresson, 376.
History of the Peninsular War, by General Foy, 345.
History of the War of 1809, by General Pelet, 287.
Imitation of Christ, by Thomas A Kempis, 429.
Iphigenie, Tragedy by Michel Leclerc, 232.
Jardinier de Schönbrunn (Le), Play by Alissan de Chazet, 404.
Letters of Hélédore, 440.
Letters of Junius, 364.
Manuscript which came from St. Helena in A Manner Unknown, by Frédéric Luilin de Château- vieux, 362, 363, 364.
Memoirs of Mme. de Genlis, 437.
Memorial of St. Helena, by Las Cases, 136, 138, 362.
Military History of the Russian Campaign in 1812, by Colonel Boutourlin, 285, 447, 456.
Monarchie Franqaise depuis son Établissement, by M. de Montlosier, 439.
Moniteur (Le), S, 273, 302, 372.
Observer, Newspaper, 2.
Ode A la Grande Armée, by Pierre Lebrun, 393.
Ædipe, Tragedy by Voltaire, 171.
Ædipe à Colone, Tragedy by Gaillard, 392.
On the Art of War, by Chastenet de Puységur, 62.
On the Greatness and Decline of the Romans, by Montesquieu, 62.
Russian Campaign in 1812, Critically Examined, by General Philip de Ségur, 329.
Saardam Workshop, Drama by Alissan de Chazet, 426.
Secret History of the Cabinet of Bonaparte, by Lewis Goldsmith, 435.
Ten years of Exile, by Mme. de Staiël, 14.
Trésor des Origines, by Charles Pougens, 358.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Chapter I 1
  • Chapter II 78
  • Chapter III 166
  • Chapter IV 246
  • Chapter V 328
  • Chapter VI 398
  • Index - Of Names of Persons Mentioned in This Volume. 473
  • I N D E X - Of Books, Periodicals, Plays. Hymns, Songs, Etc., Referred to in This Volume. 484
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