The history of the restoration of monarchy in France, Volume 1

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H. G. Bohn, 1854 - France
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Page 426 - Louis, by the Grace of God, King of France and Navarre : To all who shall see these present Letters, Greeting.
Page 203 - ... the princes and princesses of his family, and shall be divided amongst them in such manner that the revenue of each shall be in the following proportion ; viz.
Page 175 - The allied powers having proclaimed that the Emperor Napoleon is the sole obstacle to the re-establishment of peace in Europe, the Emperor Napoleon, faithful to his oath, declares that he is ready to descend from the throne, to quit France, and even to...
Page 447 - ... regulations and ordinances necessary for the execution of the laws and the safety of the State.
Page 204 - There shall be granted to prince Eugene, viceroy of Italy, a suitable establishment out of France.
Page 132 - In contrast with these is the most vigorous and the least charitable of his political essays, "Bonaparte and the Bourbons," which Lamartine well describes as " the bitter speech of the public executioner of humanity and liberty, written by the hand of the Furies against the great culprit of the age." The passionate invective of this famous pamphlet would strike the reader differently could he imagine it addressed to the French people before the star of the conqueror began to wane ; but it is associated...
Page 202 - Grand Cross of the Imperial Order of Leopold of Austria, and Knight of the Order of the Iron Crown of the first class, Grand Cross of the Imperial Order of the Legion of Honour, Knight of the Orders of the Black Eagle and of the Red Eagle of Prussia, Grand Cross of the Imperial Orders of Alexander Newski, in diamonds, and of the White Eagle of Russia, Grand Cross of the Order of St.
Page 150 - Ministers, confounded all authorities, and destroyed the independence of judicial bodies. Considering that the liberty of the press, established and consecrated as one of the rights 'of the nation, has been constantly subjected to the arbitrary...
Page 448 - The members of the royal family, and the princes of the blood, are peers by right of birth; they sit immediately after the President, but take no part in the deliberations till the age of twenty-five.

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