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" Venetian territory, not occupied by the troops of his majesty the emperor of the French and king of Italy. The city of Venice... "
An inquiry into the state of the nation at the commencement of the present ... - Page 238
by Charles James Fox - 1806
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History of the wars resulting from the Frenchrevolution. To which is added ...

Edward Seymour (of the Inner temple.) - 1815
...and to receive, in the names of their respective sovereigns, all parts of the Venetian ter» ritory, not occupied by the troops of his Majesty the Emperor of the French, and King of Italy; the city of Ve-i nice, the Langues, and the possession of the Terra Firma, shall be given ui> in the space of fifteen...
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The Edinburgh Monthly Review, Volume 5

1821
...the dearest interests of our people, to accede on this point in every possible way to the instances of his majesty, the Emperor of the French and King of Italy, our august brother, and even to surpass them : Considering, that the indemnity and relief which our...
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The history of England, during the reign of George iii, Volume 3

William Jones - 1825
...renounced all the rights which he possessed in quality of protector of the Seven Islands, and ceded them to his majesty the emperor of the French and king of Italy. The French commissioners accepted the renunciation, and took possession of the islands. By this fatal war...
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Memoirs of Marshal Ney, Volume 2

1833
...Officer of the Red Eagle, MajorGeneral of the Grand Army, and War Minister, stipulating for and in behalf of his Majesty the Emperor of the French and King of Italy, And Field-Marshal Baron Mack, Quarter-MasterGeneral of the Armies of his Majesty the Emperor of Austria...
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pt. III. From the peace of Paris in 1763 to the treaty of Amiens in 1802. pt ...

William Russell - 1839
...renounced all the rights which he possessed in quality of protector of the Seven Islands, and ceded them to his majesty the emperor of the French and king of Italy. The French commissioners accepted the renunciation, and took possession of the islands. By this fatal war...
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The history of modern Europe: with a view of the progress of ..., Volume 3

William Russell - Europe - 1841
...renounced all the rights which he possessed in quality of protector of the Seven Islands, and ceded them to his majesty the emperor of the French and king of Italy. The French commissioners accepted the renunciation, and took possession of the islands. By this fatal war...
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Translations and Reprints from the Original Sources of History

University of Pennsylvania. Dept. of History - Europe - 1902
...Germanicae, 2nd. Ed. I, lol seq., also Martens' Recueil, VIII, 492. The undersigned, charge $ affaires of His Majesty the Emperor of the French and King of Italy at the general Diet of the German Empire, has received orders from His Majesty to make the following...
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Unpublished Correspondence of Napoleon I: Preserved in the War ..., Volume 1

Napoleon I (Emperor of the French) - France - 1913
...the undersigned: Marshal Berthier, Minister of War, Major-general of the Grand Army, Plenipotentiary of His Majesty the Emperor of the French and King of Italy, and Prince Jean of Liechtenstein, Lieutenant-general, Plenipotentiary of His Majesty the Emperor of...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 48

History - 1808
...Vienna, St. ^ctersbtirgh. and London. But the iing, my master, has ordered to be '. •'. i- to the envoy of his majesty the emperor of the French and king of Italy, an amicable communication on the subject of these measures. That minister had Hot yet returned an answer...
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The Edinburgh Monthly Magazine and Review, Volume 5

1821
...the dearest interests of our people, to accede on this point in every possible way to the instances of his majesty, the Emperor of the French and King of Italy, ocr august brother, and even to surpass them : Considering, that the indemnity and relief which onr...
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