Unpublished Correspondence of Napoleon I: Preserved in the War Archives, Volume 1

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Page 136 - Strasburg, and on reaching that city issued the following proclamation to the army :— " Soldiers ! The war of the third coalition has begun. The Austrian army has passed the Inn, violated treaties, and has attacked and driven our ally from his capital. You yourselves have been compelled to advance by forced marches to the defence of our frontiers. Already you have passed the Rhine. We will not again make peace without a sufficient guarantee.
Page 136 - Soldiers, the war of the third coalition is commenced. The Austrian army has passed the Inn, violated treaties, attacked and driven our ally from his capital. You yourselves have been obliged to hasten, by forced marches, to the defence of our frontiers. But you have...
Page 153 - Venetian territory, not occupied by the troops of his Majesty the .Emperor of the French and King of Italy.
Page 599 - ... me, felicitating me by signs on my skill and vigor. One of them, still more enthusiastic and friendly than the others, gave me a slap on the shoulder which I did not forget in a hurry. On the day after this famous concert, peace was signed between the two sovereigns, and His Majesty paid a visit to the Emperor Alexander, who received him at the head of his guard. The Emperor Napoleon asked his illustrious ally to point out to him the bravest grenadier of this fine and valiant troop. He was presented...
Page 152 - Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to His Majesty the Emperor of the French ; And His Majesty the Emperor of the French, Leonel, Marquis de Moustier, Grand Cross of the Imperial Order of the Legion of Honour, &C.
Page 12 - Tegg,3s. 6d. Memoirs of the Invasion of France by the Allied Armies, and of the last six Months of the Eeign of Napoleon, by Baron Fain.
Page 136 - ... should be necessary, they will all rise at my voice to confound and dissolve this new league which has been formed by the hatred and the gold of England. But, soldiers, we shall have forced marches to make, fatigues and privations of every kind to endure. Whatever obstacles may be opposed to us, we will overcome them, and we shall take no rest until we have planted our eagles on the territory of our enemy...
Page 603 - July, 1863, it was moreover agreed by common consent between Her Britannic Majesty and their Majesties the Emperor of the French and the Emperor of All the Russias, that...
Page 295 - NAPOLEON, by the grace of God and the Constitutions, Emperor of the French, to all present and to come, greeting.
Page 13 - ... offers for sale. Several volumes have recently appeared supplementing the published correspondence of Napoleon I. Dr. A. von Schlossberger has edited two volumes entitled Politische und...

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