The Second Empire

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Index
Abbatucci, Jacques Pierre, 82
Abd-el-Kader, 90-91, 248-50, 467
Abdul-Aziz, Sultan of Turkey, 422
Abdul-Medjid of Turkey, 120
Abeken, Heinrich, 512-13
Aberdeen, George Hamilton, Earl of (Lord), 120, 135
About, Dr., 129
About, Edmond, 200, 335, 498
Academy, French, 160-61, 237, 479-80
Adam, Mme, (née Juliette Lamber), 329- 30
Affre, Denis Auguste, Mgr., 29
Agar, Mme. ( Marie-Léonide Charvin), 344
Agoult, Marie, Comtesse d' (née Flavigny), ( Daniel Stern), 329
Agriculture, 359-60
Alba, Duchess of (née Countess de Mon- tijo), 100, 287
Albert (labor leader), 25, 27-28
Albert, Archduke, of Austria, 383-84, 485, 492, 523
Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Prince Consort of England, 121, 125, 138-39, 145, 146, 170, 173-75, 193, 200, 208-09
Alboni, Marietta, Mme., 347
Albufera, Louis Napoleon Suchet, Duc d', 489
Alcanizes, Duc de Sesto, 314
Alexander I of Russia, 118, 420
Alexander II of Russia, 137-38, 149-50, 152, 172-73, 175, 201, 226, 235, 367-70, 394, 418-19, 420-21, 484, 504, 528, 572
Algeria, 300-04
Ali Pasha, 149
Alma, battle of the, 128-29
Almonte, Juan Nepomucène, General, 290, 292, 295, 401
Alsace, 422, 527, 533, 535, 537, 539-40, 587, 602-03
Alvensleben, Constantine von, General, 554-55, 578
Ancelot, Mme. (née Marguerite Char- don), 329
André, Baron d', 390
Angers, David d', 352
Annam, see Cochin-China. Annenkov, Paul, 29
Antonelli, Giacomo, Cardinal, 251-52, 257, 266, 486
Apponyi, Georges, Comte, 203
Arago, Emmanuel, 421, 447, 463, 544, 600; --, Etienne, 43; --, François, 26-28, 69, 135, 163
Arcadians, the, 478, 480
Arenenberg, 15
Arese, Francesco, Count, 15, 96, 114, 116, 179, 184, 215-16, 233, 239, 254-55, 379
Aristocracy, 357-58
Army, 214, 216, 222, 290, 378, 390, 412, 420, 431-38, 456, 461-62, 472, 474, 490- 91, 495, 499-500, 507, 515, 523-25, 530- 33, 539, 543, 555, 560, 590, 606, 608
Arrighi, Ernest, Duke of Padua, 213
Ashes, the Return of the, 19, 21, 444
Aspromonte, battle of, 267
Auber, Daniel François, 345
Aubryet, Xavier, 324
Auger, Charles, General, 218
Augier, Dr., 539, 581, 584
Augier, Emile, 323, 330, 342-43, 530
Augusta, Queen of Prussia, 474, 529
Augustenburg, Duke of, 371-73, 375
Augustus, Prince of Württemberg, 559
Aumale, Henri d'Orléans, Duc d', 61, 262, 447
Aurévilly, see Barbey.
Austria, 38-40, 95-97, 121-22, 125, 136-38, 140, 149-50, 154, 173-74, 178-84, 196- 97, 241, 256, 288, 291, 356, 363-96, 407, 410, 415-16, 425-26, 469, 471-76, 484-85, 492-93, 500, 504, 519, 525-29, 531, 534, 554, 571-72, 608
Baciochi, see Bacciochi.
Bacciachi, Count, 92, 104, 148-49
Badinguet (soubriquet of Napoleon III, from name of laborer whose clothes he borrowed in escaping from Ham), 601
Balaklava, battle of, 131-32
Banks, 166
Banville, Théodore de, 322, 330, 342
Baraguay d'Hilliers, Achille, General, 53, 57, 222, 231, 546
Barail, see Du Barail.
Barante, see Brugière.
Barbès, Armand, 25, 28, 135, 162, 368
Barbey d'Aurévilly, Jules, 326, 334
Barbier, Auguste, 479
Barbizon School, 349-50, 352
Baroche, Pierre-Jules, 45, 48, 53-54, 79, 84,

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