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1 History 17
1 Popular History of France from Earliest Times V1 by Guizot 4,622P 78:23
2 History of Rise of Huguenots V1-2 by Baird 2,203P 36:43
3 1921 Scaramouche by Sabatini 1,032P 17:12:02
4 Manners Customs Dress in Middle Ages & Rennaisance by Lacroix 1,026P 17:05:38
5 Recollections on Joan of Arc by Twain 920P 15:19:32
6 1906 1800s France By LATIMER 850P 14:09:06
7 World's Best Histories - V7 France by Guizot 752P 12:32
8 1909 French History for English Children by STEPHEN 723P 12:02:53
9 1911 Religion of Ancient Celts: Myth, Ritual & Religion V1 by Lang 560P 9:20
10 1897 History of French Literature Short Histories of Literatures of World by Dowden 496P 8:16
1 History 17
11 1922 Historical Tales, V6: French by MORRIS 473P 7:52:09
12 1854 - 8 Essays in Literature & History by Froude 495P 8:15
13 1902 Mississippi Bubble How Star of Good Fortune Rose & Set & Rose Again, by Woman's Grace, for One John Law of Lauriston by Hough 390P 6:30
14 1907 Short History of France by Parmele 212P 3:32
15 1882 History of France by Yonge 137P 2:17
16 1840 On Heroes & Hero Worship & Heroic in History by Carlyle 369P 6:09
17 1906 Celtic Religion in Pre-Christian Times by Anwyl 70P 1:10
2 Revolution & Napoleon 6
18 French Revolution by Carlyle 1230P 20:30
19 1906 History of Napoleon Buonaparte by Lockhart 808P 13:28
20 1825 History of Expedition to Russia Undertaken by Napoleon in 1812 by de comte 795P 13:15
21 1915 History of French Revolution 1789 - 1814 by Mignet 652P 10:52
22 1911 French Revolution by Belloc 420P 6:59:48
23 1909 French Revolution: Short History by Johnston 239P 3:59
24 1834 Memoirs of Napoleon, V1 by BOURRIENNE 212P 03:31:46
4 Philosophy 6
34 1850 Phantom World or, philosophy of spirits, apparitions by Calmet 796P 13:16
35 1922 Modern French Philosophy: Study of Development Since Comte by Gunn 649P 10:49
36 1873 Auguste Comte & Positivism by MILL 348P 5:47:12
37 1910 Outlines of Philosophy of Religion based on Psychology & History by Sabatier 305P 5:05
38 1912 New Philosophy: Henri Bergson by Le Roy 198P 3:18
39 1914 Initiation into Philosophy by Faguet 170P 2:50
40 1644 Selections from Principles of Philosophy by Descartes 135P 2:15
41 Law by Frederic Bastiat & Seedbox Classics by Bastiat 22,750W 91P 1:31
1 Popular History of France from Earliest Times by Francois Guizot 1,555,000 4,622 78:23 2.57G
1 Gaul to Crusades
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1 Gaul
2 Gauls
3 Gauls out of Gaul
4 Romans in Gaul
5 Gaul Conquered by Julius Caesar
6 Gaul under Roman Dominion
7 Establishment of Christianity in Gaul
8 Germans in Gaul
9 Franks & Clovis
10 Merovingians
11 Mayors of Palace
12 Pepins & Change of Dynasty
13 Charlamagne & his Wars
14 Decay & Fall of Carlovingians
15 Feudal France & Hugh Capet
16 Capetians to Time of Crusades
17 Conquest of England by Normans
18 Crusades, Their Origin & Success
2 100 yrs war to Charles 5
202,750W 811 13:30:06 370M
1 Crusades, Their Decline & End
2 Kingship in France
3 Communes & 3rd Estate
4 100 Years War, Philip 6, John 2
5 States General of 14th Century
6 100 years War, Charles 5
3
187,250W 749 12:28:33 342M
1 100 yrs War, Charles 6 & Dukes of Burgundy
2 Charles 6 & Joan of Arc
3 1461 - 83 Louis 11
4 Wars of Italy, 1483 - 98 Charles 8
5 Wars of Italy, 1498 - 1515 Louis 12
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247,250W 989 16:28:24 452M
1 1574 - 89 Henry 3 &Religious Wars
2 Francis 1 & Charles 5
3 Francis 1 & Renaissance
4 Francis 1 & Reformation
5 1547 - 59 Henry 2
6 1559 - 60 Francis 1
7 1560 - 74 Charles 9 & Religious Wars
8 1574 - 89 Henry 3 & Religious Wars
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334,250W 1,337 22:16:42 1.1G
1 Henry 4
1 Protestant King
2 Catholic King
2 Regency of Mari de Medici
3 Louis 13
1 Cardinal Richelieu, & Court
2 Cardinal Richelieu, Catholics & Protestants
3 Cardinal Richelieu & Foreign affairs
4 Louis 14
1 Richelieu & Literature
2 Fronde, Cardinal Marazin
3 His Wars & His Conquests
4 His Wars & His Reverses
5 Home Administration
6 Religion
7 Literature & Art
2 History of Rise of Huguenots V1-2 by Baird, Henry 550,745W 2,203 36:43
1 248,106W 992 16:30
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1 1500s France
2 Extent at Accession of Francis 1
3 Gradual Territorial Growth
4 900s Subdivision
5 Destruction of Feudal System
6 Foremost Kingdom of Christendom
7 Assimilation of Manners & Language
8 Growth & Importance of Paris
9 Military Strength
10 Rights of People overlooked
11 States General not convoked
12 Unmurmuring Endurance of Tiers État
13 Absolutism of Crown
14 Partial Checks
15 Parliament of Paris
16 Other Parliaments
17 Parliaments claim Right of Remonstrance
18 Abuses in Parliament of Bordeaux
19 Origin & Growth of University
20 Faculty of Theology, or Sorbonne
21 Its Authority & Narrowness
22 Multitude of Students
23 Credit of Clergy
24 Liberties of Gallican Church
25 1268 Pragmatic Sanction of. St. Louis
26 Conflict of Philip Fair with Boniface 8
27 "Babylonish Captivity
28 1438 Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges
29 Rejoicing at Council of Basle
30 Louis 11 undertakes to abrogate Pragmatic Sanction
31 But subsequently re-enacts it in part
32 Louis 12. publishes it anew
33 Francis 1 sacrifices Interests of Gallican Church
34 Concordat between Leo 10 & French King
35 Dissatisfaction of Clergy
36 Struggle with Parliament of Paris
37 Opposition
38 Patronage of King
39 "Renaissance"
40 Francis's Acquirements overrated
41 His Munificent Patronage of Art
42 Collége Royal, or "Trilingue"
43 Age of Blood
44 Barbarous Punishment for Crime
45 & not less for Heresy
46 Belief in Judicial Astrology
47 Predictions of Nostradamus
48 Reverence for Relics
49 For Consecrated Wafer
50 Internal Condition of Clergy
51 Number & Wealth of Cardinals
52 Non-residence of Prelates
53 Revenues of Clergy
54 Vice & Hypocrisy
55 Brantôme's Account of Clergy before Concordat
56 Aversion to Use of French Language
57 Indecent Processions: "Processions Blanches"
58 Monastic Orders held in Contempt
59 Protests against prevailing Corruption
60 "Cathari," or Albigenses
61 Nicholas de Clemangis
62 John Gerson
63 Jean Bouchet's "Deploration of Church"
64 1500s Changes in Boundaries of France
2 1512 - 25
1 Reformation in Meaux
2 Jacques Lefèvre d'Étaples
3 Restores Letters to France
4 Wide Range of his Studies
5 Guillaume Farel, his Pupil
6 Devotion of Teacher & Scholar
7 1512 Lefèvre publishes a Latin Commentary on Pauline Epistles
8 1518 Enters into Controversy with Natalis Beda
9 1521 Sorbonne's Declaration
10 Briçonnet, Bishop of Meaux
11 His 1st Reformatory Efforts
12 Invites Lefèvre & Farel to Meaux
13 Effects of Preaching of Roussel & others
14 De Roma's Threat
15 1523 Lefèvre publishes Translation of New Testament
16 Results surpass Expectation
17 Bishop Briçonnet's Weakness
18 Forbids "Lutheran" Doctors to preach
19 Lefèvre & Roussel take Refuge in Strasbourg
20 Jean Leclerc whipped & branded
21 His barbarous Execution at Metz
22 Pauvan burned on Place de Grève
23 Hermit of Livry
24 Briçonnet becomes a Jailer of "Lutherans
25 1525 Lefèvre's Writings condemned by Sorbonne
26 He becomes Tutor of Prince Charles
27 Librarian at Blois
28 Ends his Days at Nérac
29 His Mental Anguish
30 Michel d'Arande & Gérard Roussel
3 1523 - 5
1 Francis 1 & Margaret of Angoulême: Early Reformatory Movements & Struggles
2 Francis 1 & Margaret of Angoulême
3 King's Chivalrous Disposition
4 Appreciates Literary Excellence
5 Contrast with Charles 5
6 His Religious Convictions
7 His Fear of Innovation
8 His Loose Morality
9 Margaret's Scholarly Attainments
10 Her Personal Appearance
11 Her Participation in Public Affairs
12 Her 1st Marriage to Duke of Alençon
13 Obtains Safe-Conduct to visit her Brother
14 Her Second Marriage, to Henry, King of Navarre
15 Bishop Briçonnet's Mystic Correspondence
16 Luther's Teachings solemnly condemned by University
17 Melanchthon's Defence
18 Regency of Louise de Savoie
19 1523 Sorbonne suggests Means of extirpating "Lutheran Doctrines"
20 Wide Circulation of Luther's Treatises
21 François Lambert, of Avignon
22 Life among Franciscans
23 Lambert, 1st French Monk to embrace Reformation
24 He is also 1st to Marry
25 Jean Châtellain at Metz
26 Wolfgang Schuch at St. Hippolyte
27 Farel at Montbéliard
28 Pierre Caroli lectures on Psalms
29 Heptameron of Queen of Navarre
4 1525 - 33
1 Increased Severity: Louis de Berquin
2 Captivity of Francis 1
3 Change in Religious Policy of Louise
4 A Commission appointed to try "Lutherans"
5 Inquisition heretofore jealously watched
6 Commission indorsed by Clement 7
7 Its Powers enlarged by Bull
8 Character of Louis de Berquin
9 He becomes warm Partisan of Reformation
10 1523 1st Imprisonment
11 Released by Order of King
12 Advice of Erasmus
13 1526 2nd Imprisonment
14 Francis from Madrid again orders his Release
15 Dilatory Measures of Parliament
16 Margaret of Angoulême's Hopes
17 Francis violates his Pledges to Charles 5
18 Must conciliate Pope & Clergy
19 Promises to prove himself "Very Christian
20 1528 Council of Sens
21 Cardinal Duprat
22 Vigorous Measures to suppress Reformation
23 Councils of Bourges & Lyons
24 Financial Help bought by Persecution
25 Insult to Image & Expiatory Procession
26 Other Iconoclastic Excesses
27 Berquin's 3rd Arrest
28 His Condemnation to Penance, Branding, & Perpetual Imprisonment
29 He Appeals
30 Is suddenly Sentenced to Death & Executed
31 Francis Treats with Germans
32 & with Henry 8. of England
33 Francis meets Clement at Marseilles
34 Marriage of Henry of Orleans to Catharine de' Medici
35 Francis Refuses to join in general Scheme for Extermination of Heresy
36 Execution of Jean de Caturce, at Toulouse
37 Le Coq's Evangelical Sermon
38 Margaret attacked at College of Navarre
39 Her "Miroir de l'Ame Pécheresse" condemned
40 Rector Cop's Address to University
41 Calvin, real Author, seeks Safety in Flight
42 Rough Answer of Francis to Bernese
43 Royal Letter to Bishop of Paris
44 Elegies on Louis de Berquin
5 1534 - 5
1 Melanchthon's Attempt at Conciliation, & Year of Placards
2 Hopes of Reunion in Church
3 Melanchthon & Du Bellay
4 Plan of Reconciliation
5 Its Extreme Concessions
6 Makes Favorable Impression on Francis
7 Indiscreet Partisans of Reform
8 Placards & Pasquinades
9 Féret's Mission to Switzerland
10 Placard against Mass
11 1534 Excitement produced in Paris
12 Copy posted on Door of Royal Bedchamber
13 Anger of Francis at Insult
14 Political Considerations
15 Margaret of Navarre's Entreaties
16 1535 Francis Abolishes Art of Printing
17 Rash & Shameful Edict Recalled
18 Rigid Investigation & many Victims
19 1535 Expiatory Procession
20 King's Speech at Episcopal Palace
21 Constancy of Victims
22 Estrapade
23 Flight of Clément Marot & others
24 1535 Royal Declaration of Coucy
25 Alleged Intercession of Pope Paul 3
26 Clemency again dictated by Policy
27 Francis's Letter to German Princes
28 Sturm & Voré beg Melanchthon to come
29 Melanchthon's Perplexity
30 He is formally invited by King
31 Applies to Elector for Permission to go
32 But is roughly refused
33 Proposed Conference reprobated by Sorbonne
34 Du Bellay at Smalcald
35 He makes for Francis a Protestant Confession
36 Efforts of French Protestants in Switzerland & Germany
37 Intercession of Strasbourg, Basle, etc.
38 Unsatisfactory Reply by Anne de Montmorency
6 1535 - 45
1 Calvin & Geneva, More Systematic Persecution by King
2 Changed Attitude of Francis
3 Occasioned by "Placards"
4 Margaret of Navarre & Roussel
5 French Reformation becomes Popular Movement
6 Independence of Geneva secured by Francis
7 John Calvin's Childhood
8 He studies in Paris & Orleans
9 Change of Religious Views at Bourges
10 His Commentary on Seneca's "De Clementia
11 Escapes from Paris to Angoulême
12 Leaves France
13 "Christian Institutes
14 Address to Francis 1
15 Calvin wins instant Celebrity
16 Court of Renée of Ferrara
17 Her History & Character
18 Calvin's alleged Visit to Aosta
19 He visits Geneva
20 Farel's Vehemence
21 Calvin consents to remain
22 His Code of Laws for Geneva
23 His View of Functions of State
24 Heretics to be constrained by Sword
25 Calvin's View that of other Reformers
26 & even of Protestant Martyrs
27 Calvin longs for Scholarly Quiet
28 His Mental Constitution
29 Ill-health & Prodigious Labors
30 Friendly & Inimical Estimates
31 Violent Persecutions throughout France
32 1540 Royal Edict of Fontainebleau
33 Increased Severity, & Appeal cut off
34 Exceptional Fairness of President Caillaud
35 1542 Letters-Patent from Lyons
36 King & Sacramentarians
37 1543 Ordinance of Paris
38 Heresy to be punished as Sedition
39 Repression proves a Failure
40 Sorbonne publishes 25 Articles
41 1543 Francis gives them Force of Law
42 More Systematic Persecution
43 Inquisitor Mathieu Ory
44 Nicodemites & Libertines
45 Margaret of Navarre at Bordeaux
46 Francis's Negotiations in Germany
47 Hypocritical Representations made by Charles, Duke of Orleans
7 1545 - 7
1 Campaign against Vaudois of Mérindol & Cabrières, & Last Days of Francis 1

2 Vaudois of Durance

3 Their Industry & Thrift
4 Embassy to German & Swiss Reformers
5 Translation of Bible by Olivetanus
6 Preliminary Persecutions
7 Parliament of Aix
8 1540 Atrocious "Arrêt de Mérindol"
9 Condemned by Public Opinion
10 Preparations to carry it into Effect
11 President Chassanée & Mice of Autun
12 King instructs Du Bellay to investigate
13 A Favorable Report
14 Francis's Letter of Pardon
15 Parliament's Continued Severity
16 Vaudois publish Confession
17 Intercession of Protestant Princes of Germany
18 new President of Parliament
19 1545 Sanguinary Royal Order, fraudulently obtained
20 Expedition stealthily organized
21 Villages burned, their Inhabitants murdered
22 Destruction of Mérindol
23 Treacherous Capture of Cabrières
24 Women burned & Men butchered
25 22 Towns & Villages destroyed
26 A subsequent Investigation
27 "14 of Meaux
28 Wider Diffusion of Reformed Doctrines
29 Printer Jean Chapot before Parliament
11 1560 - 1
1 Reign of Charles 9 to Preliminaries of Colloquy of Poissy
2 Sudden Change in Political Situation
3 Enemy of Huguenots buried as a Huguenot
4 Antoine of Navarre's Opportunity
5 Adroitness of Catharine de' Medici
6 Financial Embarrassments
7 Catharine's Neutrality
8 Opening of States General of Orleans
9 Address of Chancellor L'Hospital
10 Cardinal Lorraine's Effrontery
11 De Rochefort, Orator for Noblesse
12 L'Ange for Tiers État
13 Arrogant Speech of Quintin for Clergy
14 A Word poor, down-trodden People
15 Coligny presents a Huguenot Petition
16 States prorogued
17 Meanwhile Prosecutions for Religion to cease
18 Return of Fugitives
19 Charles writes to stop Ministers from Geneva
20 Reply of Genevese
21 Condé cleared & reconciled with Guise
22 Humiliation of Navarre
23 Boldness of Particular Estates of Paris
24 Secures Antoine more Consideration
25 Intrigue of Artus Désiré
26 General Curiosity to hear Huguenot Preaching
27 Constable Montmorency's Disgust
28 "Triumvirate" formed
29 A Spurious Statement
30 Massacres of Protestants in Holy Week
31 Affair at Beauvais
32 Assault on House of M. de Longjumeau
33 New & Tolerant Royal Order
34 Opposition of Parisian Parliament
35 Popular Cry for Pastors
36 Moderation of Huguenot Ministers
37 Judicial Perplexity
38 "Mercuriale" of 1561
39 "Edict of July"
40 Its Severity creates extreme Disappointment
41 Iconoclasm at Montauban
42 Impatience with Public "Idols"
43 Calvin endeavors to repress it
44 Re-assembling of States at Pontoise
45 Able Harangue of "Vierg" of Autun
46 Written Demands of Tiers État
47 Representative Government demanded
48 French Prelates at Poissy
49 Beza & Peter Martyr invited to France
50 Urgency of Parisian Huguenots
51 Beza comes to St. Germain
52 His previous History
53 Wrangling of Prelates
54 Cardinal Châtillon communes "under both Forms
55 Catharine & L'Hospital zealous for a Settlement of Religious Questions
56 Remarkable Letter to Pope
57 Beza's flattering Reception
58 He meets Cardinal of Lorraine
59 Petition of Huguenots respecting Colloquy
60 Informally granted
61 Last Efforts of Sorbonne to prevent Colloquy
8 1547 - 59
1 Henry 2 & Organization of French Protestant Churches
2 Impartial Estimates of Francis 1
3 Henry, as Duke of Orleans
4 His Sluggish Mind
5 His Court
6 Diana of Poitiers
7 King's Infatuation
8 Constable Anne de Montmorency
9 His Cruelty
10 Disgraced by Francis, but recalled by Henry
11 Duke Claude of Guise, & John, first Cardinal of Lorraine
12 Marriage of James 5 of Scotland to Mary of Lorraine
13 Francis Dauphin affianced to Mary of Scots
14 Francis of Guise & Charles of Lorraine
15 Various Estimates of Cardinal Charles of Lorraine
16 Rapacity of new Favorites
17 Servility toward Diana of Poitiers
18 Persecution to atone for Moral Blemishes
19 "La Chambre Ardente
20 1547 Edict of Fontainebleau against Books from Geneva
21 Deceptive Title-pages
22 Tailor of Rue St. Antoine
23 Other Victims of Intolerance
24 Severe Edicts & Quarrels with Rome
25 1551 Edict of Châteaubriand
26 War against Books from Geneva
27 Marshal Vieilleville refuses to profit by Confiscation
28 "5 Scholars of Lausanne
29 Interpositions in their Behalf ineffectual
30 Activity of Canton of Berne
31 Progress of Reformation in Normandy
32 Attempt to establish Spanish Inquisition
33 Opposition of Parliament
34 President Séguier's Speech
35 Coligny's Scheme of American Colonization
36 Villegagnon in Brazil
37 He brings Ruin on Expedition
38 First Protestant Church in Paris
39 Example followed in Provinces
40 Henry Second breaks Truce
41 Fresh Attempts to introduce Spanish Inquisition
42 3 Inquisitors-General
43 Judges sympathize with Victims
44 1557 Edict of Compiègne
45 1557 Defeat of St. Quentin
46 Vengeance wreaked upon Protestants
47 1557 Affair of Rue St. Jacques
48 Treatment of Prisoners
49 Malicious Rumors
50 Trials & Executions
51 Intercession of Swiss Cantons & Others
52 Constancy of Some & Release of Others
53 Controversial Pamphlets
54 1558 Capture of Calais
55 Registry of Inquisition Edict
56 Antoine of Navarre, Condé, & other Princes favor Protestants
57 Embassy of Protestant Electors
58 Psalm-singing on Pré aux Clercs
59 Conference of Cardinals Lorraine & Granvelle
60 D'Andelot's Examination before King
61 His Constancy in Prison & temporary Weakness
62 Paul 4's Indignation at King's Leniency
63 Anxiety for Peace
64 1559 Treaty of Cateau-Cambrésis
65 Sacrifice of French Interests
66 Was there a Secret Treaty for Extermination of Protestants?
67 Prince of Orange learns Designs of Henry & Philip
68 Danger of Geneva
69 Suspected of Heretical Leanings
70 "Mercuriale"
71 1559 Henry goes in Person to hear Deliberations
72 Fearlessness of Du Bourg & Others
73 Henry orders their Arrest
74 1559 1st National Synod
75 Ecclesiastical Discipline adopted
76 Marriages & Festivities of Court
77 1559 Henry mortally wounded in Tournament
78 1559 His Death
79 "La Façon de Genève": Protestant Service
80 1533 Farel's "Manière et Fasson"
81 1542 Calvin's Liturgy
9 1559 - 60
1 Francis 2 & Tumult of Amboise
2 Epigrams on Death of Henry
3 Young King
4 Catharine de' Medici
5 Favors Family of Guise
6 Who make themselves Masters of King
7 Constable Montmorency retires
8 Antoine, King of Navarre
9 His Remissness & Pusillanimity
10 Persecution continues
11 Denunciation & Pillage at Paris
12 Protestants address Catharine
13 Pretended Orgies in "La Petite Genève
14 Cruelty of Populace
15 Traps for Heretics
16 Trial of Anne du Bourg
17 Intercession of Elector Palatine
18 Du Bourg's Last Speech
19 His Execution & its Effect
20 Florimond de Ræmond's Observations
21 Revulsion against Tyranny of Guises
22 Calvin & Beza discountenance Armed Resistance
23 De la Renaudie
24 Assembly of Malcontents at Nantes
25 Plans well devised
26 Betrayed by Des Avenelles
27 "Tumult of Amboise
28 Coligny gives Catharine good Counsel
29 1560 Edict of Amnesty
30 Year's Progress
31 Confusion at Court
32 Treacherous Capture of Castelnau
33 Death of La Renaudie
34 Plenary Commission given to Duke of Guise
35 Carnival of Blood
36 Elder D'Aubigné & his Son
37 Francis & Prince of Condé
38 Condé's Defiance
39 An alleged Admission of Disloyal Intentions by La Renaudie
12 1561 - 2
1 Colloquy of Poissy & Edict of January
2 Huguenot Ministers & Delegates
3 Assembled Princes in Nuns' Refectory
4 Prelates
5 Diffidence of Theodore Beza
6 Opening Speech of Chancellor L'Hospital
7 Huguenots summoned
8 Beza's Prayer & Address
9 His Declaration as to Body of Christ
10 Outcry of Theologians of Sorbonne
11 Beza's Peroration
12 Cardinal Tournon would cut short Conference
13 Catharine de' Medici is decided
14 Advantages gained
15 Impression made by Beza
16 His Frankness justified
17 Prelates' Notion of a Conference
18 Peter Martyr arrives
19 Cardinal Lorraine replies to Beza
20 Cardinal Tournon's new Demand
21 Advancing Shadows of Civil War
22 Another Session reluctantly conceded
23 Beza's Reply to Cardinal Lorraine
24 Claude d'Espense & Claude de Sainctes
25 Lorraine demands Subscription to Augsburg Confession
26 Beza's Home Thrust
27 Peter Martyr & Lainez Jesuit
28 Close of Colloquy of Poissy
29 A Private Conference at St. Germain
30 A Discussion of Words
31 Catharine's Premature Delight
32 Article agreed upon Rejected by Prelates
33 Catharine's Financial Success
34 Order for Restitution of Churches
35 Arrival of 5 German Delegates
36 Why Colloquy proved a Failure
37 Catharine's Crude Notion of Conference
38 Character of Prelates
39 Influence of Papal Legate, Cardinal of Ferrara
40 Anxiety of Pius 4
41 Nuncio Santa Croce
42 Master Renard turned Monk
43 Opposition of People & Chancellor
44 Legate's Intrigues
45 His Influence upon Antoine of Navarre
46 Contradictory Counsels
47 Triumvirate leave in Disgust
48 Hopes entertained by Huguenots respecting Charles
49 Beza is begged to remain
50 A Spanish Plot to kidnap Duke of Orleans
51 Number of Huguenot Churches
52 Beza secures a favorable Royal order
53 Rapid Growth of Reformation
54 Immense Assemblages from far & near
55 Huguenots at Montpellier
56 Rein & not Spur needed
57 Marriages & Baptisms at Court "after Geneva Fashion"
58 Tanquerel's Seditious Declaration
59 Jean de Hans
60 Philip threatens Interference in French Affairs
61 "A True Defender of Faith
62 Roman Catholic Complaints of Huguenot Boldness
63 "Tumult of Saint Médard
64 Assembly of Notables at St. Germain
65 Diversity of Sentiments
66 "Edict of January
67 Huguenots no longer Outlaws
10 1560 May - December
1 Assembly of Notables at Fontainebleau, & Close of Reign of Francis 2
2 Rise of Name of Huguenots
3 Their Sudden Growth
4 How to be accounted for
5 Progress of Letters
6 Marot's & Beza's Psalms
7 Morality & Martyrdom
8 Character of Protestant Ministers
9 Testimony of Bishop Montluc
10 Preaching in Churches of Valence
11 Reformation & Morals
12 Francis orders Extermination
13 Large Congregations at Nismes
14 Mouvans in Provence
15 Popular Awakening
16 Pamphlets against Guises
17 Catharine consults Huguenots
18 1560 Edict of Romorantin
19 No Abatement of Rigorous Persecution
20 Spiritual Jurisdiction differing little from Inquisition
21 Chancellor Michel de l'Hospital
22 Continued Disquiet: Montbrun
23 1560 Assembly of Notables at Fontainebleau
24 Chancellor's Address
25 Finances of France
26 Admiral Coligny presents Petitions of Huguenots
27 Bishop Montluc ably advocates Toleration
28 Bishop Marillac's Eloquent Speech
29 Coligny's Suggestions
30 Passionate Rejoinder of Duke of Guise
31 Cardinal of Lorraine more calm
32 New Alarms of Guises
33 King of Navarre & Condé summoned to Court
34 Advice of Philip of Spain
35 Navarre's Irresolution embarrasses Montbrun & Mouvans
36 "Fashion of Geneva" embraced by many in Languedoc
37 Elections for States General
38 King & Queen of Navarre
39 Beza at Court of Nérac
40 New Pressure to induce Navarre & Condé to come
41 Navarre Refuses a Huguenot Escort
42 Disregards Warnings
43 Is refused Admission to Poitiers
44 Condé arrested on arriving at Orleans
45 Return of Renée de France
46 Condé's Intrepidity
47 He is Tried & Condemned to Death
48 Antoine of Navarre's Danger
49 Plan for annihilating Huguenots
50 Sudden Illness & Death of Francis 2
51 "Epître au Tigre de la France
2 302,639W 1,211 20:11
1 Introduction
1 1st Civil War
2 Unsatisfactory Character of Edict of January
3 Huguenot Leaders urge its Observance
4 Seditious Sermons
5 Opposition of Parliaments
6 New Conference at St. Germain
7 Defection of Antoine of Navarre, & its Effects
8 He is cheated with Vain Hopes
9 Jeanne d'Albret constant
10 Immense Crowds at Huguenot Preaching
11 Canons of Sainte-Croix
12 Guises meet Christopher of Würtemberg at Saverne
13 Their Lying Assurances
14 Guises deceive Nobody
15 Throkmorton's Account of French Court
16 Massacre of Vassy
17 Huguenots call for Punishment of Murderers
18 Pretence of Want of Premeditation
19 Louis of Condé appeals to King
20 Beza's Remonstrance
21 Anvil that had worn out many Hammers
22 Guise enters Paris
23 Queen Mother takes Charles to Melun
24 Her Letters imploring Condé's Aid
25 Revolutionary Measures of Triumvirs
26 Condé retires to Meaux
27 La Noue justifies his Prudence
28 Huguenot Summons
29 Admiral Coligny's Reluctance to take up Arms
30 Guise & Navarre seize King & bring him to Paris
31 Montmorency's Exploit at "Temples
32 He earns Title of "Le Capitaine Brûleban
33 Condé throws himself into Orleans
34 His "Justification
35 Stringent Articles of Association
36 Huguenot Nobles & Cities

37 Can Iconoclasm be repressed?
38 An Uncontrollable Impulse
39 It bursts out at Caen
40 "Idol" of Church of Sainte-Croix
41 Massacre of Huguenots at Sens
42 Disorders & War in Provence & Dauphiny
43 William of Orange & his Principality
44 Massacre by Papal Troops from Avignon
45 Merciless Revenge of Baron des Adrets
46 His Grim Pleasantry at Mornas
47 Atrocities of Blaise de Montluc
48 Massacre at Toulouse
49 Centenary celebrated
50 Foreign Alliances sought
51 Queen Elizabeth's Aid invoked
52 Cecil's Urgency & Schemes
53 Divided Sympathies of English
54 Diplomatic Manœuvres
55 Condé's Reply to Pretended "Petition
56 3rd National Synod of Protestants
57 Interview of Catharine & Condé at Toury
58 "Loan" of Beaugency
59 Futile Negotiations
60 Spasmodic Efforts in Warfare
61 Huguenot Discipline
62 Severities of Parisian Parliament
63 Military Successes of "Triumvirs" at Poitiers & Bourges
64 Help from Queen Elizabeth
65 Siege of Rouen
66 Ferocity of Norman Parliament
67 Death of Antoine, King of Navarre
68 English in Havre
69 Condé takes Field & appears before Paris
70 Dilatory Diplomacy
71 Battle of Dreux
72 Montmorency & Condé Prisoners
73 Riotous Conduct of Parisians
74 Orleans Invested
75 Coligny again in Normandy
76 Huguenot Reverses
77 Assassination of Duke François de Guise
78 Execution of Poltrot
79 Beza & Coligny accused
80 They vindicate Themselves
81 Estimates of Guise's Character
82 Renée de France at Montargis
83 Deliberations for Peace
84 "Noblesse" in favor of Terms: Ministers against them
85 Edict of Pacification
86 Remonstrance of English Ambassador
87 Coligny's Disappointment
88 Results of 1st Civil War
89 It prevents France from becoming Huguenot
90 Huguenot Ballads & Songs
2 1563 - 7
1 Peace of Amboise & Bayonne Conference
2 Charles demands Havre of English
3 Siege
4 How Peace was received
5 Vexatious Delays in Normandy
6 Norman Parliament protests & threatens
7 A Rude Rebuff
8 Commissioners to enforce Edict
9 A Profligate Court alienated from Protestantism
10 Profanity a Test of Catholicity
11 Admiral Coligny accused of Guise's Murder
12 His Defence espoused by Montmorencies
13 Petition of Guises
14 King adjourns Decision
15 Embarrassment of Catharine
16 Charles's Majority proclaimed
17 King & Refractory Parisian Parliament
18 Pope's Bull against Princely Heretics
19 Proceedings against Cardinal Châtillon
20 Queen of Navarre cited to Rome
21 Spirited Reply of French Council
22 Catharine seeks to seduce Huguenot Leaders
23 Weakness of Condé
24 Recent Growth of Protestantism
25 Milhau-en-Rouergue
26 Montpellier: Béarn
27 Jeanne d'Albret's Reformation
28 Attempt to kidnap her
29 Close of Council of Trent
30 Cardinal Lorraine's Attempt to secure Acceptance of its Decrees
31 His Altercation with L'Hospital
32 General Plan for suppressing Heresy
33 "Progress" of Charles & his Court
34 Calumnies against Huguenots
35 Their Numbers
36 Catharine's New Zeal, Citadels in Protestant Towns
37 Interpretative Declarations infringing upon Edict
38 Assaults upon Unoffending Huguenots, No Redress
39 Condé appeals to King
40 Conciliatory Answers to Huguenot Inhabitants of Bordeaux & Nantes
41 Protestants excluded from Judicial Posts
42 Marshal Montmorency checks Parisian Mob
43 His Encounter with Cardinal Lorraine
44 Conference at Bayonne
45 What were its Secret Objects?
46 No Plan of Massacre adopted
47 History of Interview
48 Catharine & Alva
49 Catharine rejects all Plans of Violence
50 Cardinal Granvelle's Testimony
51 Festivities & Pageantry
52 Henry of Béarn an Actor
53 Roman Catholic Confraternities
54 Hints of Future Plot of League
55 Siege of Malta & French Civilities to Sultan
56 Constable Montmorency defends Cardinal Châtillon
57 Court at Moulins
58 Feigned Reconciliation of Guises & Coligny
59 L'Hospital's Measure for Relief of Protestants
60 Another Altercation between Cardinal Lorraine & Chancellor
61 Progress of Reformation at Cateau-Cambrésis
62 Insults & Violence
63 Huguenot Pleasantries
64 Alarm of Protestants
65 Attempts to murder Coligny & Porcien
66 Alva sent to Netherlands
67 Swiss Levy
68 Condé & Coligny remonstrate
69 Discredited Assurances of Catharine
70 "very Name of Edict employed to destroy Edict itself
71 Huguenot Attempts at Colonization in Florida
72 1562 & 1564 1st & 2nd Expeditions
73 1565 3rd Expedition
74 Massacre by Menendez
75 Indignation of French Court
76 Sincere Remonstrances
77 Sanguinary Revenge of De Gourgues
3 1567 - 8
1 2nd Civil War & Short Peace
2 Coligny's Pacific Counsels
3 Rumors of Plots to destroy Huguenots
4 D'Andelot's Warlike Counsels prevail
5 Cardinal Lorraine to be seized & King Charles liberated
6 Secret slowly leaks out
7 Flight of Court to Paris
8 Cardinal Lorraine invites Alva to France
9 Condé at Saint Denis
10 Huguenot Movement alienates King
11 Negotiations opened
12 Huguenots abate their Demands
13 Montmorency Mouthpiece of Intolerance
14 Insincerity of Alva's Offer of Aid
15 1567 Battle of St. Denis
16 Constable Montmorency mortally wounded
17 His Character
18 Protestant Princes of Germany determine to send Aid
19 Huguenots go to meet it
20 Treacherous Diplomacy
21 Catharine implores Alva's Assistance
22 Condé & John Casimir meet in Lorraine
23 Generosity of Huguenot Troops
24 March toward Orleans
25 "Michelade" at Nismes
26 Huguenot Successes in South & West
27 La Rochelle secured for Condé
28 Spain & Rome oppose Negotiations for Peace
29 Santa Croce demands Cardinal Châtillon's Surrender
30 A Rebuff from Marshal Montmorency
31 March of "Viscounts" to meet Condé
32 Siege of Chartres
33 Chancellor L'Hospital's Memorial
34 1568 Edict of Pacification
35 Condé for & Coligny against Peace
36 Condé's Infatuation
37 Was Court sincere?
38 Catharine short-sighted
39 Imprudence of Huguenots
40 Judicial Murder of Rapin at Toulouse
41 Seditious Preachers & Mobs
42 Treatment of Returning Huguenots
43 Expedition & Fate of De Cocqueville
44 Garrisons & Interpretative Ordinances
45 Oppression of Royal Governors
46 "The Christian & Royal League
47 Insubordination to Royal Authority
48 Admirable Organization of Huguenots
49 Murder runs Riot throughout France
50 La Rochelle, etc., refuse Royal Garrisons
51 Coligny retires for Safety to Tanlay, Condé to Noyers
52 D'Andelot's Remonstrance
53 Catharine sides with L'Hospital's Enemies
54 Remonstrance of 3 Marshals
55 Catharine's Intrigues
56 Court seeks to ruin Condé & Coligny
57 Téligny sent to remonstrate
58 Oath exacted of Huguenots
59 Plot Disclosed
60 Intercepted Letter from Spain
61 Isabella of Spain her Husband's Mouthpiece
62 Charles begs his Mother to avoid War
63 Her Animosity against L'Hospital
64 Another Quarrel between Lorraine & Chancellor
65 Fall of Chancellor L'Hospital
66 Plot
67 Marshal Tavannes its Author
68 Condé's Last Appeal to King
69 Flight of Prince & Admiral
70 Its Wonderful Success
71 3rd Civil War opens
72 City of La Rochelle & its Privileges
4 1568 - 70
13 rd Civil War
2 Relative Advantages of Huguenots & Roman Catholics
3 Enthusiasm of Huguenot Youth
4 Enlistment of Agrippa d'Aubigné
5 Court proscribes Reformed Religion
6 Impolicy of this Course
7 A "Crusade" published at Toulouse
8 Fanaticism of Roman Catholic Preachers
9 Huguenot Places of Refuge
10 Jeanne d'Albret & D'Andelot reach La Rochelle
11 Successes in Poitou, Angoumois, etc.
12 Powerful Huguenot Army in South
13 Effects a Junction with Condé's Forces
14 Huguenot Reprisals & Negotiations
15 William of Orange tries to aid Huguenots
16 His Declaration in their behalf
17 Aid sought from England
18 Generously accorded by Clergy & Laity
19 Misgivings of Queen Elizabeth
20 Her Double Dealing & Effrontery
21 Fruitless Sieges & Plots
22 Growing Superiority of Anjou's Forces
23 Armies meet on Charente
24 1569 Battle of Jarnac
25 Murder of Louis, Prince of Condé
26 Prince of Navarre remonstrates against Perfidy shown
27 Exaggerated Bulletins
28 Pope's Sanguinary Injunctions
29 Sanguinary Action of Parliament of Bordeaux
30 Queen Elizabeth colder
31 Queen of Navarre's Spirit
32 Huguenots recover Strength
33 Death of D'Andelot
34 New Responsibility resting on Coligny
35 Duke of Deux Ponts comes with German Auxiliaries
36 They overcome all Obstacles & join Coligny
37 Death of Deux Ponts
38 Huguenot Success at La Roche Abeille
39 Furlough of Anjou's Troops
40 Huguenot Petition to King
41 Coligny's Plans overruled
42 Disastrous Siege of Poitiers
43 Cruelties to Huguenots in Prisons of Orleans
44 Montargis a Safe Refuge
45 Flight of Refugees to Sancerre
46 "Croix de Gastines
47 Ferocity of Parliament against Coligny & Others
48 A Price set on Coligny's Head
49 Huguenots weaker
50 1569 Battle of Moncontour
51 Coligny wounded
52 Heavy Losses of Huguenots
53 Roman Catholics exultant
54 Mouy murdered by Maurevel
55 Assassin rewarded with Collar of Order
56 Fatal Error committed by Court
57 Siege of St. Jean d'Angely
58 Huguenot Successes at Vézelay & Nismes
59 Coligny encouraged
60 Withdrawal of Troops of Dauphiny & Provence
61 Admiral's Bold Plan
62 He Sweeps through Guyenne
63 "Vengeance de Rapin
64 Coligny pushes on to Rhône
65 His Singular Success & its Causes
66 He turns toward Paris
67 His Illness interrupts Negotiations
68 Engagement of Arnay-le-Duc
69 Coligny approaches Paris
70 Progress of Negotiations
71 English Rebellion affects Terms offered
72 Better Conditions proposed
73 Charles & his Mother for Peace
74 War fruitless for its Authors
75 Anxiety of Cardinal Châtillon
76 1570 Royal Edict of St. Germain
77 Dissatisfaction of Clergy
78 Limping & Unsettled Peace
5 1570 - 2
1 Peace of St. Germain
2 Sincerity of Peace
3 Designs of Catharine de' Medici
4 Charles 9th in Earnest
5 Tears out Parliament Record against Cardinal Châtillon
6 His Assurances to Walsingham
7 Gracious Answer to German Electors
8 Infringement on Edict at Orange
9 Protestants of Rouen attacked
10 "Croix de Gastines" pulled down
11 Projected Marriage of Anjou to Queen Elizabeth of England
12 Machinations to dissuade Anjou
13 Charles indignant at Interference
14 Alençon to be substituted as Suitor
15 Anjou's new Ardor
16 Elizabeth interposes Obstacles
17 Papal & Spanish Efforts
18 Vexation of Catharine at Anjou's fresh Scruples
19 Louis of Nassau confers with King
20 Admiral Coligny consulted
21 Invited to Court
22 His Honorable Reception
23 Disgust of Guises & Alva
24 Charles gratified
25 Proposed Marriage of Henry of Navarre to King's Sister
26 Anjou Match falls through
27 Praise of Alençon
28 Pius 5th Alarmed
29 Cardinal of Alessandria sent to Paris
30 King's Assurances
31 Jeanne d'Albret becomes more favorable to her Son's Marriage
32 Her Solicitude
33 She is treated with Tantalizing Insincerity
34 She is shocked at Morals of Court
35 Her Sudden Death
36 Coligny & Boy-King
37 Dispensation delayed
38 King's Earnestness
39 Mons & Valenciennes captured
40 Catharine's Indecision
41 Queen Elizabeth inspires no Confidence
42 Rout of Genlis
43 Determines Catharine to take Spanish Side
44 Loss of Golden Opportunity
45 Admiral does not lose Courage
46 Charles & Catharine at Montpipeau
47 Rumors of Elizabeth's Desertion of her Allies
48 Charles thoroughly cast down
49 Coligny partially succeeds in reassuring him
50 Elizabeth toys with Dishonorable Proposals from Netherlands
51 Fatal Results
52 Mémoires inédits de Michel de la Huguerye
53 His View of a long Premeditation
54 Studied Misrepresentation of Jeanne d'Albret
6 1572
1 Massacre of St. Bartholomew's Day
2 Huguenot Nobles reach Paris
3 Betrothal of Henry of Navarre to Margaret of Valois
4 Entertainment in Louvre
5 Coligny's Letter to his Wife
6 Festivities & Mock Combats
7 Huguenot Grievances to be redressed
8 Catharine & Anjou jealous of Coligny's Influence over King
9 Duchess of Nemours & Guise
10 Was Massacre long premeditated?
11 Salviati's Testimony
12 Charles' Cordiality to Coligny
13 Coligny wounded
14 Agitation of King
15 Coligny courageous
16 Visited by King & his Mother
17 Catharine attempts to break up Conference
18 Charles writes Letters expressing his Displeasure
19 Vidame de Chartres advises Huguenots to leave Paris
20 Catharine & Anjou come to Final Decision
21 They ply Charles with Arguments
22 King consents reluctantly
23 Few Victims first selected
24 Religious Hatred
25 Precautionary Measures
26 Orders issued to Prévôt des Marchands
27 1st Shot & Bell of St. Germain l'Auxerrois
28 Murder of Admiral Coligny
29 His Character & Work
30 Murder of Huguenot Nobles in Louvre
31 Navarre & Condé spared
32 Massacre becomes general
33 La Rochefoucauld & Téligny fall
34 Self-defence of a few Nobles
35 Victims of Personal Hatred
36 Adventures of young La Force
37 Pitiless Butchery
38 Shamelessness of Court Ladies
39 Anjou, Montpensier, & others encourage Assassins
40 Wonderful Escapes
41 Death of Philosopher Ramus
42 President Pierre de la Place
43 Regnier & Vezins
44 Escape of Chartres & Montgomery
45 Charles himself fires on them
46 Massacre continues
47 Pillage of Rich
48 Orders issued to lay down Arms
49 Little heeded
50 Miracle of "Cimetière des Innocents
51 King's 1st Letter to Mandelot
52 Guise throws Responsibility on King
53 Charles accepts it on Tuesday morning 492
54 "Lit de Justice
55 Servile Reply of Parliament
56 Christopher De Thou
57 Ineffectual Effort to inculpate Coligny
58 His Memory declared Infamous
59 Petty Indignities
60 A Jubilee Procession
61 Charles declares he will maintain his Edict of Pacification
62 Forced Conversion of Navarre & Condé
7 1572
1 Massacre in Provinces, & Reception of Tidings Abroad
2 Massacre in Provinces
3 Verbal Orders
4 Instructions to Montsoreau at Saumur
5 2 Kinds of Letters
6 Massacre at Meaux
7 At Troyes
8 Great Bloodshed at Orleans
9 At Bourges
10 At Angers
11 Butchery at Lyons
12 Responsibility of Mandelot
13 Rouen
14 Toulouse
15 Bordeaux
16 Why Massacre was not Universal
17 Policy of Guises
18 Spurious Accounts of Clemency
19 Bishop Le Hennuyer, of Lisieux
20 Kind Offices of Matignon at Caen & Alençon
21 Of Longueville & Gordes
22 Of Tende in Provence
23 Viscount D'Orthez at Bayonne
24 Municipality of Nantes
25 Uncertain Number of Victims
26 News of Massacre received at Rome
27 Public Thanksgivings
28 Vasari's Paintings in Vatican
29 French Boasts count for Nothing
30 Catharine writes to Philip, her son-in-law
31 Delight of Philip of Spain
32 Charles instigates Murder of French Prisoners
33 Alva jubilant, but wary
34 England's Horror
35 Perplexity of La Mothe Fénélon
36 His Cold Reception by Queen Elizabeth
37 Ambassador disheartened
38 Sir Thomas Smith's Letter
39 Catharine's Unsuccessful Representations
40 Briquemault & Cavaignes hung for alleged Conspiracy
41 News in Scotland

42 In Germany

43 In Poland
44 Sympathy of Genevese
45 Their Generosity & Danger
46 Impression at Baden
47 Medals & Vindications
48 Disastrous Personal Effect on King Charles
49 How far was Roman Church Responsible?
50 Gregory probably not aware of intended Massacre
51 Paul 5th instigates French Court
52 He counsels exterminating Huguenots
53 New Account of Massacre at Orleans 569
8 1572 - 4
1 Sequel of Massacre, to Death of Charles 9
2 Widespread Terror
3 La Rochelle & other Cities in Huguenot Hands
4 Nismes & Montauban
5 La Rochelle Centre of Interest
6 A Spurious Letter of Catharine
7 Designs on City
8 Mission of La Noue
9 He is badly received
10 Royal Proposals rejected
11 Marshal Biron appears before La Rochelle
12 Beginning of 4th Religious War
13 Description of La Rochelle
14 Resoluteness of Defenders
15 Their Military Strength
16 Henry, Duke of Anjou, appointed to conduct Siege
17 Besieged pray & fight
18 Bravery of Women
19 La Noue retires: Failure of Diplomacy
20 English Aid miscarries
21 Huguenot Successes in South
22 Sommières & Villeneuve
23 Beginning of Siege of Sancerre
24 Incipient Famine
25 Losses of Army before La Rochelle
26 Roman Catholic Processions
27 Election of Henry of Anjou to Crown of Poland
28 1573 Edict of Pacification
29 Meagre Results of War
30 Siege & Famine of Sancerre continue
31 City capitulates
32 Reception of Polish Ambassadors
33 Discontent of South with Terms of Peace
34 Assembly of Milhau & Montauban
35 Military Organization of Huguenots
36 Petition to King
37 "Les Fronts d'Airain"
38 Catharine's Bitter Reply
39 Huguenots firm 604
40 Decline of Charles's Health
41 Project of English Match renewed
42 Intrigues with German Princes
43 Death of Louis of Nassau
44 Anjou's Reception at Heidelberg
45 Frankness of Elector Palatine
46 Last Days of Chancellor L'Hospital
47 Party of "Politiques"
48 Hotman's "Franco-Gallia"
49 Treacherous Attempt on La Rochelle
50 Huguenots reassemble at Milhau
51 They complete their Organization
52 Duke of Alençon
53 Glandage Plunders City of Orange
54 Montbrun's Exploits in Dauphiny
55 La Rochelle resumes Arms: Beginning of 5th Religious War
56 Diplomacy tried in Vain
57 "Politiques" make an Unsuccessful Rising
58 Flight of Court from St. Germain
59 Alençon & Navarre examined
60 Execution of La Mole & Coconnas
61 Condé retires to Germany
62 Reasons for Success of Huguenots
63 Montgomery lands in Normandy
64 He is forced to Surrender
65 Delight of Catharine
66 Execution of Montgomery
67 Last Days of Charles 9
68 Distress of his Young Queen
69 Death & Funeral Rites of Charles
70 Had Persecution, War & Treachery Succeeded?
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6 Downfall of Louis Philippe
7 Lamartine & 2nd Republic
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16 Hostages
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7 1811 - 2 Glory & Madness: Russian Campaign
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32 1515 - 47 Francis 1
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13 Joan Leads Us Through Enemy
14 We Pierce Last Ambuscades
15 Joan Convinces King
16 Our Paladin in His Glory
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18 She is Made General in Chief
19 Maid's Sword & Banner
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21 Joan Puts Heart in Her Army
22 Checked by Folly of Wise
23 What English Answered
24 My Exquisite Poem Goes to Smash
25 Finding of Dwarf
26 Sweet Fruit of Bitter Truth
27 Joan's 1st Battle Field
28 We Burst In Upon Ghosts
29 Joan Makes Cowards Brave Victors
30 She Gently Reproves Her Dear Friend
31 Fate of France Decided
32 Joan Enspires Tawdry King
33 Tinsil Trappings of Nobility
34 At Last-Forward!
35 Last Doubls Scattered
36 How Joan Took Jargeau
37 Joan Foretells Her Doom
38 Fierce Talbot Reconsiderations
39 Red Field of Patay
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41 Joyous News Flies Fast
42 Joan's 5 Great Deeds
43 Jests of Burgundians
44 Heir of France is Crowned
45 Joan Hears News From Home
46 Again to Arms
47 King Cries Forward!
48 We Win but King Balks
49 Treachury Conquers Joan
50 Maid Will March No More
51 Trial & Marterdom, Maid in Chains
52 Joan Sold to English
53 Weaving Net About Her
54 All Ready to Condemn
55 50 Experts Against a Novice
56 Maid Baffles Her Persecutors
57 Craft That Was in Vain
58 Joan Tells of Her Visions
59 Her Sure Deliverance Foretold
60 Inquisitors at Their Wits End
61 Court Reorganized for Assassination
62 Joan's Master Stroke Diverted
63 3rd Trial Fails
64 Joan Struggles with Her 12 Lies
65 Undaunted by Threat of Burning
66 Joan Stands Defiant Before Rack
67 Supreme in Direst Peril
68 condemned yet Unafraid
69 Our Last Hopes of Rescue Fail
70 Betrayal
71 Respited Only for Torture
72 Joan Gives Fatal Answer
73 Time Is at Hand
74 Joan Martyr
 
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3 IRISH MYTHOLOGICAL CYCLE
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5 GODS OF BRYTHONS
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7 FIONN SAGA
8 GODS & MEN
9 CULT OF DEAD
10 PRIMITIVE NATURE WORSHIP
11 RIVER & WELL WORSHIP
12 TREE & PLANT WORSHIP
13 ANIMAL WORSHIP
14 COSMOGONY
15 SACRIFICE, PRAYER, & DIVINATION
16 TABU
17 FESTIVALS
18 ACCESSORIES OF CULT
19 DRUIDS
20 MAGIC
21 STATE OF DEAD
22 REBIRTH & TRANSMIGRATION
23 ELYSIUM
1 1 Historical Tales, Vol VI: French
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1 Huns at Orleans
2 Wooing of Clotilde
3 Rival Queens
4 Roland at Roncesvalles
5 Charlemagne & Avars
6 Crowning of Charlemagne
7 Peter Hermit
8 Commune of Laon
9 How Big Ferre Fought for France
10 Bertrand du Guesclin
11 Joan of Arc, Maid of Orleans
12 Career of a Knight-Errant
13 Louis Politic & Charles Bold
14 Charles Bold & Swiss
15 Bayard, Good Knight
16 Episodes in Life of a Traitor
17 St. Bartholomew's Day
18 King Henry of Navarre
19 Murder of a King
20 Richelieu & Conspirators
21 Parliament of Paris
22 Martyr to His Profession
23 Man with Iron Mask
24 Voltaire's Last Visit to Paris
25 Diamond Necklace
26 Fall of Bastille
27 Story of Sainte Amoule
28 Flight of King
29 End of Terror
30 Burning of Moscow
31 Napoleon's Return from Elba
32 Prussian War & Paris Commune

 

12 1854-8 Essays in Literature & History
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1 1854 Arnold's Poems
2 1850 Words about Oxford
3 1852 England's Forgotten Worthies
4 1853 Book of Job
5 1852 Lives of Saints
6 1857 Dissolution of Monasteries
7 1851 Philosophy of Christianity
8 1863 Plea for Free Discussion of Theological Difficulties
9 1855 Spinoza
10 1852 Reynard Fox
11 1858 Commonplace Book of Richard Hilles
13 1902 Mississippi Bubble How Star of Good Fortune Rose & Set & Rose Again, by a Woman's Grace, for One John Law of Lauriston
by Emerson Hough & Henry Hutt
97,509W 390 6:30
1
1 RETURNED TRAVELER
2 AT SADLER'S WELLS
3 JOHN LAW OF LAURISTON
4 POINT OF HONOR
5 DIVERS EMPLOYMENTS OF JOHN LAW
6 RESOLUTION OF MR. LAW
7 TWO MAIDS A-BROIDERING
8 CATHARINE KNOLLYS
9 IN SEARCH OF QUARREL
10 RUMOR OF QUARREL
11 AS CHANCE DECREED
12 FOR FELONY
13 MESSAGE
14 PRISONERS
15 IF THERE WERE NEED
16 ESCAPE
17 WHITHER
2
1 DOOR OF WEST
2 STORM
3 AU LARGE
4 PATHWAY OF WATERS
5 MESSASEBE
6 MAIZE
7 BRINK OF CHANGE
8 TOUS SAUVAGES
9 DREAM
10 BY HILT OF SWORD
11 IROQUOIS
12 PRISONERS OF IROQUOIS
13 SACRIFICE
14 EMBASSY
15 GREAT PEACE
3
1 GRAND MONARQUE
2 EVER SAID SHE NAY
3 SEARCH THOU MY HEART
4 REGENT'S PROMISE
5 A DAY OF MIRACLES
6 GREATEST NEED
7 MIRACLE UNWROUGHT
8 LITTLE SUPPER OF REGENT
9 NEWS
10 MASTER & MAN
11 BREAKING OF BUBBLE
12 THAT WHICH REMAINED
13 QUALITY OF MERCY
15 1882 History of France
by Yonge, Charlotte Mary
34,321W 137 2:17
1 EARLIER KINGS OF FRANCE 1
21 00 YEARS' WAR 25
3 STRUGGLE WITH BURGUNDY 43
4 ITALIAN WARS 52
5 WARS OF RELIGION 63
6 POWER OF CROWN 81
7 REVOLUTION 102
8 FRANCE SINCE REVOLUTION
10 1897 A History of French Literature Short Histories of Literatures of World 2 by Dowden, Edward 124,013W 496 8:16
1 MIDDLE AGES
1
1 NARRATIVE RELIGIOUS POETRY
2 NATIONAL EPIC
3 EPIC OF ANTIQUITY
4 ROMANCES OF LOVE & COURTESY
2
1 LYRICAL POETRY
2 FABLES & RENARD FOX
3 FABLIAUX
4 ROMANCE OF ROSE
3
1 DIDACTIC LITERATURE
2 SERMONS
3 HISTORY
4
1 LATEST MEDIÆVAL POETS
2 DRAMA
2 1500s
1
1 RENAISSANCE & REFORMATION
2
1 FROM PLÉIADE TO MONTAIGNE
3 1600s
1
1 LITERARY FREEDOM & LITERARY ORDER
2
1 FRENCH ACADEMY
2 PHILOSOPHY: DESCARTES
3 RELIGION: PASCAL
3
1 DRAMA: MONTCHRESTIEN - CORNEILLE
4
1 SOCIETY & PUBLIC LIFE IN LETTERS
5
1 BOILEAU & LA FONTAINE
6
1 COMEDY & TRAGEDY
2 MOLIÈRE
3 RACINE
7
1 BOSSUET & PREACHERS
2 FÉNELON
8
1 TRANSITION TO 1700s
4 1700s
1
1 MEMOIRS & HISTORY
2 POETRY
3 THEATRE
4 NOVEL
2
1 MONTESQUIEU
2 VAUVENARGUES
3 VOLTAIRE
3
1 DIDEROT & ENCYCLOPÆDIA
2 PHILOSOPHERS, ECONOMISTS, CRITICS
3 BUFFON
4
1 ROUSSEAU
2 BEAUMARCHAIS
3 BERNARDIN DE SAINT-PIERRE
4 ANDRÉ CHÉNIER
5 1789 - 1850
1
1 REVOLUTION & EMPIRE
2 MADAME DE STAËL
3 CHATEAUBRIAND
2
1 CONFLICT OF IDEAS
3
1 POETRY OF ROMANTIC SCHOOL
4
1 NOVEL
5
1 HISTORY
2 LITERARY CRITICISM
14 1907 A Short History of France by Parmele, Mary Platt 53,110W 212 3:32
1
1 Early Conditions in Gaul
2
1 Julius Caesar's Conquest of Gaul
2 Lutetia
3
1 Birth of Christianity
2 Its Dissemination
3 Its Espousal by Roman Empire
4 Hunnish Invasion
4
1 Frank in Gaul
2 Clovis
3 Rois-Fainéants
4 Charles Martel
5 Mahometanism
6 Pepin Seizes Crown
5
1 Charlemagne
2 Holy Roman Empire
3 Treaty of Verdun
6
1 Invasions by Northmen
2 Normandy Given to Invaders
3 Feudalism
4 Decline of Kingship
5 Ascendancy of Church
6 Hugh Capet
7 "Truce of God"
8 William Conqueror
7
1 Social Structure of France
2 Free Cities
3 Their Creation & Enfranchisement
4 Crusades
5 Philip Augustus
6 War with King John of England
7 Toulouse & Albigensian War
8
1 Abelard
2 Louis 9
3 End of Crusades
4 Philip 3
5 Philip 4 & Papacy
6 Creation of States General
7 Popes at Avignon
8 Knights Templar Exterminated
9 Change in Succession
9
1 Edward 3 Claims French Throne
2 Crécy
3 Poitiers
4 Treaty of Bretigny
5 Charles 5 & Bertrand du Guesclin
6 Death of Black Prince
7 Charles 6
8 A Mad King
9 Feud Between Houses of Orleans & Burgundy
10 Siege of Orleans
11 Joan of Arc
12 Charles 7
10
1 Standing Army Created
2 Louis 11
3 Passing of Mediaevalism
4 Charles 8
5 Invasion of Italy
6 Louis 12
7 Francis 1
8 Struggle for Throne of German Empire
9 Reformation
11
1 House of Guise
2 Marie Stuart
3 Francis 2
4 His Death
5 Regency of Catharine de' Medici
6 Her Designs
7 Coligny
8 Henry of Navarre
9 His Marriage
10 Charles 9
11 St. Bartholomew's Eve
12 Henry 3
13 His Death
14 Henry of Navarre King
12
1 Edict of Nantes
2 Ravaillac
3 Louis 13
4 Regency of Maria de' Medici
5 Richelieu
6 Fronde
13
1 Louis 14
2 4 Great Wars
3 Revocation of Edict of Nantes
4 Victorious Coalition
5 Death of Louis 14
6 Louis 15
14
1 John Law
2 Life at Versailles
3 Marriage of Dauphin

4 Unseen Currents
5 Approaching Crisis
6 Death of Louis 15
15
1 Louis 16
2 American Revolution
3 Turgot
4 Necker
5 States-General Summoned
6 National Assembly
7 Destruction of Bastille
8 Revolution
9 Lafayette
10 Varennes
11 Temple
12 Triumphant Jacobins
13 Execution of King
14 Charlotte Corday
15 Execution of Queen
16 Fate of Dauphin
17 Girondists
18 Philippe Égalité
19 Revolution Ended
16
1 France a Republic
2 Napoleon Bonaparte
3 Breaking Chains in Italy

4 Campo Formio
5 Campaign in Egypt
6 Empire
7 Rapid Steps from Toulon to Versailles
8 New Map of Europe
9 Maria Louisa
10 Moscow
11 Leipsic
12 Elba
17
1 Louis 18
2 Return of Napoleon
3 Waterloo
4 St. Helena
5 Bourbon Restoration
6 Charles 10
7 Louis Philippe
8 Revolution
9 2nd Republic
10 Louis Napoleon
18
1 2nd French Republic
2 Coup d'État
3 Napoleon 3
4 "Liberator" in Italy
5 Peace of Villafranca
6 Suez Canal
7 Empire in Mexico
8 Franco Prussian War
9 Sedan
19
1 French Republic
2 Commune
3 Germans in Paris
4 Reconstruction from Thiers to Loubet
5 Affaire Dreyfus
6 Law of Associations
7 Separation of Church & State
8 Conference at Algeciras
9 Election of M. Fallières
10 Sovereigns & Rulers of France
 
16 1840 On Heroes & Hero Worship & Heroic in History
by
Carlyle, Thomas
92,273W 369 6:09
1 DIVINITY: ODIN, PAGANISM & SCANDINAVIAN MYTHOLOGY
2 PROPHET: MAHOMET & ISLAM
3 POET: DANTE & SHAKSPEARE.
4 PRIEST: LUTHER
5 REFORMATION: KNOX & PURITANISM.
6 MAN OF LETTERS: JOHNSON, ROUSSEAU & BURNS
7 KING: CROMWELL
8 NAPOLEON: MODERN REVOLUTIONISM

 

17 1906 Celtic Religion in Pre-Christian Times
by Anwyl, Edward
17,546W 70 1:10
1 CELTS
2 CHIEF PHASES OF CELTIC CIVILISATION
3 CORRELATION OF CELTIC RELIGION WITH GROWTH OF CELTIC CIVILISATION
4 RELIGION & DEVELOPMENT OF INDIVIDUALISED DEITIES
5 HUMANISED GODS OF CELTIC RELIGION
6 CELTIC PRIESTHOOD
7 OTHER-WORLD

 

22 1911 French Revolution
by Belloc
105,000W 420 6:59:48 192M
1 Political Theory of Revolution
2 Roseau
3 King Louis 16
4 Queen
5 La Fayette, Dumoriez, Danton
6 Carno, Marat, Robospierre
7 Phases of Revolution
8 Military Aspect of Revolution
9 Revolution & Catholic Church

 

23 1909 French Revolution A Short History
by Johnston, R. M. (Robert Matteson)
59,753W 239 3:59
1 PERSPECTIVE OF FRENCH REVOLUTION
2 VERSAILLES
3 ECONOMIC CRISIS
4 CONVOCATION OF STATES GENERAL
5 FRANCE COMES TO VERSAILLES
6 FROM VERSAILLES TO PARIS 70
7 ASSEMBLY DEMOLISHES PRIVILEGE
8 FLIGHT TO VARENNES
9 WAR BREAKS OUT
10 MASSACRE
11 ENDING MONARCHY
12 FALL OF GIRONDE
13 REIGN OF TERROR
14 THERMIDOR
15 LAST DAYS OF CONVENTION
16 DIRECTOIRE
17 ART & LITERATURE
2 4 Memoirs of Napoleon, Vol. 1
by Louis Antoine Fauvelet de BOURRIENNE 1769 - 1834
53,000W 212 3:31:46
18 French Revolution by Carlyle, Thomas 307,543W 1230 20:30
1 BASTILLE
1 DEATH OF LOUIS
1 Louis Well-Beloved
2 Realised Ideals
3 Viaticum
4 Louis Unforgotten
2 PAPER AGE
1 Astraea Redux
2 Petition in Hieroglyphs
3 Questionable
4 Maurepas
5 Astraea Redux without Cash
6 Windbags
7 Contrat Social
8 Printed Paper
3 PARLEMENT OF PARIS
1 Dishonoured Bills
2 Controller Calonne
3 Notables
4 Lomenie's Edicts
5 Lomenie's Thunderbolts
6 Lomenie's Plots
7 Internecine
8 Lomenie's Death-throes
9 Burial with Bonfire
4 STATES-GENERAL
1 Notables Again
2 Election,
3 Grown Electric
4 Procession
5 3RD ESTATE
1 Inertia
2 Mercury de Breze
3 Broglie War-God
4 To Arms!
5 Give us Arms
6 Storm & Victory
7 Not a Revolt
8 Conquering your King, Lanterne
6 CONSOLIDATION
1 Make Constitution
2 Constituent Assembly
3 General Overturn
4 In Queue
5 4th Estate
7 INSURRECTION OF WOMEN
1 Patrollotism
2 O Richard
3 O my King, Black Cockades
4 Menads
5 Usher Maillard
6 To Versailles
7 At Versailles
8 Equal Diet
9 Lafayette
10 Grand Entries
11 From Versailles
   
2 CONSTITUTION
1 FEAST OF PIKES
1 In Tuileries
2 In Salle de Manege
3 Muster
4 Journalism
5 Clubbism
6 Je le jure
7 Prodigies
8 Solemn League & Covenant
9 Symbolic
10 Mankind
11 As in Age of Gold
12 Sound & Smoke
2 NANCI
1 Bouille
2 Arrears & Aristocrats
3 Bouille at Metz
4 Arrears at Nanci
5 Inspector Malseigne
6 Bouille at Nanci
3 TUILERIES
1 Epimenides
2 Wakeful
3 Sword in Hand
4 To fly or not to fly
5 Day of Poniards
6 Mirabeau
7 Death of Mirabeau
4 VARENNES
1 Easter at Saint-Cloud
2 Easter at Paris
3 Count Fersen
4 Attitude
5 New Berline
6 Old-Dragoon Drouet
7 Night of Spurs
8 Return
9 Sharp Shot
5 PARLIAMENT 1ST
1 Grande Acceptation
2 Book of Law
3 Avignon
4 No Sugar
5 Kings & Emigrants
6 Brigands & Jales
7 Constitution will not march
8 Jacobins
9 Minister Roland
10 Petion-National-Pique
11 Hereditary Representative
12 Procession of Black Breeches
6 MARSEILLESE
1 Executive that does not act
2 Let us march
3 Some Consolation to Mankind
4 Subterranean
5 At Dinner
6 Steeples at Midnight
7 Swiss
8 Constitution burst in Pieces
 
   
3 GUILLOTINE
1 SEPTEMBER
1 Improvised Commune
2 Danton
3 Dumouriez
4 September in Paris
5 A Trilogy
6 Circular
7 September in Argonne
8 Exeunt
2 REGICIDE
1 Deliberative
2 Executive
3 Discrowned
4 Loser pays
5 Stretching of Formulas
6 At Bar
7 3 Votings
8 Place de la Revolution
3 GIRONDINS
1 Cause & Effect
2 Culottic & Sansculottic
3 Growing shrill, Fatherland in Danger
4 Sansculottism Accoutred
5 Traitor
6 In Fight
7 In Death-Grips
8 Extinct
4 TERROR
1 Charlotte Corday
2 In Civil War
3 Retreat of 11
4 O Nature
5 Sword of Sharpness
6 Risen against Tyrants
7 Marie-Antoinette
8 22
5 TERROR ORDER OF DAY
1 Rushing down
2 Death
3 Destruction
4 Carmagnole complete
5 Like Thunder-Cloud
6 Do thy Duty
7 Flame-Picture
6 THERMIDOR
1 Gods are athirst
2 Danton
3 No weakness
4 Tumbrils
5 Mumbo-Jumbo
6 Prisons
7 To finish Terror
8 Go down to
7 VENDEMIAIRE
1 Decadent
2 La Cabarus
3 Quiberon
4 Lion not dead
5 Lion sprawling its last
6 Grilled Herrings
7 Whiff of Grapeshot
8 Section Lepelletier
9 after Addresses enough
10 finds that such clause is
8 NOTABLES
1 Calonne's convocation of
2 1787 assembled 22nd February
   
19 1906 History of Napoleon Buonaparte by Lockhart, John Gibson 202,038W 808 13:28
1
1 Birth & Parentage of Napoleon Buonaparte
2 His Education at Brienne & at Paris
3 His Character at this Period
4 His Political Predilections
5 He enters Army as 2nd Lieutenant of Artillery
6 1793 His 1st Military Service in Corsica
2
1 Buonaparte commands Artillery at Toulon
2 Fall of Toulon
3 Representatives of People
4 Junot
3
1 Buonaparte Chief of Battalion at Nice
2 Fall of Robespierre
3 He is superseded
4 1795 Buonaparte at Paris
5 day of Sections
6 Commands Army of Interior
7 Marries Josephine de Beauharnois
8 Appointed to command of Army of Italy
4
1 Army of Italy
2 Tactics of Buonaparte
3 Battle of Monte Notte
4 Battle of Millesimo
5 Battle of Mondovi
6 Armistice of Cherasco
7 Close of Campaign of Piedmont
8 Peace granted to Sardinia
5
1 French cross Po at Placenza
2 Battle of Fombio
3 Bridge of Lodi
4 Napoleon occupies Milan
5 Resigns, & resumes his command
6 Insurrection of Pavia
7 Military Executions
8 French pass Mincio at Borghetto
9 Beaulieu retreats behind Adige
10 Mantua besieged
11 Peace with King of 2 Sicilies
12 Pope buys a Respite
6
1 Wurmser supersedes Beaulieu
2 Jourdan & Moreau march into Germany, & are forced to retreat again
3 Austrians advance from Tyrol
4 Battle of Lonato
5 Escape of Napoleon
6 Battle near Castiglione
7 Wurmser retreats on Trent, & is recruited
8 Battle of Roveredo
9 Battle of Primolano
10 Battle of Bassano
11 Battle of St. George
12 Wurmser shut up in Mantua.
7
1 Affairs of Corsica
2 Alvinzi assumes Command of Austrians on Italian frontier
3 3 Battles of Arcola
4 Retreat of Alvinzi
5 Battle of Rivoli
6 Battle of La Favorita
7 Surrender of Mantua
8 Victor marches on Ancona
9 Despair of Pope
10 Treaty of Tollentino.
8
1 Neutrality of Venice
2 Archduke Charles
3 Battle of Tagliamento
4 Retreat of Archduke
5 Treaty of Leoben
6 War with Venice
7 Venice conquered
9
1 Pichegru
2 Directory appeal to Buonaparte
31 8th Fructidor
4 Court of Montebello
5 Josephine
6 Treaty of Campo-Formio
7 Buonaparte leaves Italy
10
1 Napoleon at Rastadt
2 He arrives in Paris
3 His reception by Directory
4 His Conduct & Manners
5 He is appointed to command Army for Invasion of England
6 He recommends Expedition to Egypt
7 Reaches Toulon
8 Embarks 78
11
1 Voyage to Egypt
2 Malta surrendered
3 French escape Nelson, & take Alexandria
4 March up Nile
5 Battle of Pyramids
6 Cairo surrenders
7 Battle of Aboukir
12
1 Buonaparte's Administration in Egypt
2 Armaments of Porte
3 Buonaparte at Suez
4 At El-Arish
5 Gaza, Jaffa, Acre
6 Retreat to Egypt
7 Defeat of Turks at Aboukir
8 Napoleon embarks for France
13
1 Retrospect
2 Buonaparte arrives in France
3 Revolution of 18th Brumaire
4 Provisional Consulate
14
1 Provisional Consulate
2 Reforms in France
3 Pacification of Chouans
4 Constitution of year 8
5 Buonaparte Chief Consul
15
1 Chief Consul writes to King of England
2 Lord Grenville's Answer
3 Napoleon passes Great St. Bernard
4 taking of St. Bard
5 Siege of Genoa
6 Battle of Montebello
7 Battle of Marengo
8 Napoleon returns to Paris
9 Infernal Machine
10 Battle of Hohenlinden
11 Treaty of Luneville.
16
1 Affairs of Naples & Pope
2 Emperor Paul of Russia
3 Northern confederacy against England
4 Battle of Copenhagen
5 Nelson's Victory
6 Death of Paul
7 Expedition to Egypt under Sir Ralph Abercrombie
8 Battle of Alexandria
9 Conquest of Egypt
10 Flotilla of Boulogne
11 Negotiations with England
12 Peace of Amiens
17
1 Peace of Amiens
2 Concordat
3 Legion of Honour
4 Buonaparte President of Cisalpine Republic
5 1st Consul for Life
6 Grand Mediator of Helvetic Confederacy
7 St. Domingo
8 Toussaint L'Ouverture
9 Dissatisfaction of England
10 Trial of Peltier
11 Lord Whitworth
12 Rupture of Peace of Amiens
13 Detention of English Travellers in France
18
1 Recommencement of War
2 French seize Hanover & Naples
3 English seize various French colonies
4 Scheme of invading England resumed
5 Moreau
6 Pichegru
7 Georges Cadoudal
8 Captain Wright
9 Murder of Duke d'Enghien
10 Napoleon Emperor of France
11 King of Italy
12 Genoa united to Empire
19
1 New coalition against France
2 Sweden
3 Russia
4 Austria joins Alliance
5 Napoleon heads Army in Germany
6 Ulm surrendered by Mack
7 Vienna taken
8 Naval Operations
9 Battle of Trafalgar
10 Battle of Austerlitz
11 Treaty of Presburg
12 Joseph Buonaparte King of Naples
13 Louis Buonaparte King of Holland
14 Confederation of Rhine
15 New Nobility in France
20
1 Discontent of Prussia
2 Death of Pitt
3 Negotiation of Lords Yarmouth & Lauderdale broken off
4 Murder of Palm, bookseller
5 Prussia declares War
6 Buonaparte heads Army
7 Naumburg taken
8 Battle of Jena
9 Napoleon enters Berlin
10 Fall of Magdeburg, &c.
11 Humiliation of Prussia
12 Buonaparte's cruelty to Duke of Brunswick
13 his rapacity & oppression in Prussia.
21
1 Decrees of Berlin
2 Napoleon renews campaign
3 Warsaw taken
4 Enthusiasm of Poles
5 Retreat of Russians
6 Battle of Pultusk
7 French go into winter quarters
8 Battle of Preuss-Eylau
9 Taking of Dantzick
10 Battle of Friedland
11 Armistice
12 Expeditions of English to Calabria, Constantinople, Egypt, & Buenos Ayres
13 Peace of Tilsit
22
1 British Expedition to Copenhagen
2 Coalition of France, Austria, Prussia, & Russia, against English Commerce
3 Internal affairs of France
4 Administration of Napoleon
5 Council of State
6 Court
7 Code
8 Public Works
9 Manufactures
10 Taxes
11 Military Organisation
12 Conscription.
23
1 Relations of Napoleon with Spain
2 Treaty of Fontainebleau
3 Junot marches to Portugal
4 Flight of Braganzas to Brazil
5 French troops proceed into Spain
6 Dissensions in Court
7 Both parties appeal to Napoleon
8 Murat occupies Madrid
9 Charles & Ferdinand abdicate at Bayonne
10 Joseph Buonaparte crowned King of Spain
24
1 Insurrection of Spaniards & Portuguese
2 Their Alliance with England
3 Battle of Riosecco
4 Joseph enters Madrid
5 1st Siege of Zaragossa
6 Dupont's March into Andalusia
7 Battle of Baylen
8 Dupont Surrenders
9 Joseph quits Madrid
10 Situation of Junot
11 Arrival of Sir Arthur Wellesley
12 Battle of Roriça
13 Battle of Vimiero
14 Convention of Cintra.
25
1 Napoleon at Erfurt
2 At Paris
3 Arrives at Vittoria
4 Disposition of French & Spanish Armies
5 Successes of Soult
6 Passage of Somosierra
7 Surrender of Madrid
8 Sir John Moore's Campaign
9 his Retreat
10 Battle of Coruña
11 Death of Moore
12 Napoleon leaves Spain.
26
1 Austria declares War
2 Napoleon heads his army in Germany
3 Battles of Landshut & Eckmuhl
4 Ratisbonne taken
5 Napoleon in Vienna
6 Hostilities in Italy, Hungary, Poland, North of Germany, & Tyrol
7 Battle of Raab
8 Battle of Wagram
9 Armistice with Austria....
10 Progress of War in Peninsula
11 Battle of Talaveyra
12 Battle of Ocaña
13 English Expedition to Walcheren...
14 Seizure of Rome & arrest of Pope
15 Treaty of Schoenbrunn.
27
1 Napoleon divorces Josephine
2 Marries Archduchess Maria Louisa
3 Deposes Louis Buonaparte
4 Annexes Holland & whole Coast of Germany to France
5 Revolution in Sweden
6 Bernadotte elected Crown Prince of Sweden
7 Progress of War in Peninsula
8 Battle of Busaco
9 Lord Wellington retreats to Lines of Torres Vedras
28
1 1811 Events
2 Birth of King of Rome
3 Disgrace of Fouché
4 Discontents in France
5 Relations with Russia
6 Licence System
7 Napoleon prepares for War with Russia
8 Campaign in Peninsula
9 Massena's Retreat
10 Battle of Fuentes d'Onor
11 Lord Wellington blockades Ciudad Rodrigo
12 Retreats
13 Joseph wishes to Abdicate
29
1 Capture of Ciudad Rodrigo
2 & of Badajos
3 Battle of Salamanca
4 State of Napoleon's Foreign Relations
5 His Military Resources
6 Napoleon at Dresden
7 Rupture with Russia
8 Napoleon's conduct to Poles
9 Distribution of Armies
10 Passage of Niemen
11 Napoleon at Wilna
30
1 Russia makes Peace with England, with Sweden, & with Turkey
2 Internal preparations
3 Napoleon leaves Wilna
4 Dwina
5 Bagrathion's Movements
6 Battle of Smolensko
7 Battle of Borodino
8 Napoleon enters Moscow
9 Constancy & Enthusiasm of Russians
10 Conduct of Rostophchin
11 burning of Moscow
12 Kutusoff refuses to Treat
31
1 Napoleon quits Moscow
2 Battles of Vincovo & Malo-Yaraslovetz
3 Retreat on Verreia
4 Retreat on Smolensko
5 Repeated Defeats & Sufferings of French
6 Smolensko
7 Krasnoi
8 Passage of Beresina
9 Smorgonie
10 Napoleon quits Army
11 his arrival at Warsaw
12 his arrival at Dresden
13 his arrival in Paris
32
1 Conspiracy of Mallet
2 Napoleon's reception in Paris
3 his Military Preparations
4 Prussia declares War
5 Austria negotiates with Napoleon
6 Bernadette appears in Germany
7 Russians advance into Silesia
8 Napoleon heads his Army in Saxony
9 Battle of Lutzen
10 Battle of Bautzen.
33
1 Napoleon's Interview with Metternich
2 Advice of his Ministers & Generals
3 Intelligence from Spain
4 Battle of Vittoria
5 Congress of Prague Dissolved
6 Austria declares War
7 Battle of Dresden
8 Death of Moreau
9 Battle of Culm
10 Surrender of Vandamme
11 Battles of Grossbeeren, Wahlstadt, & Dennewitz
12 Napoleon retires from Elbe
13 Battle of Leipsig
14 Battle of Hanau
15 Allies on Rhine
34
1 Declaration of Allies at Frankfort
2 Revolution of Holland
3 Liberation of Pope & Ferdinand 7
4 Obstinacy of Napoleon
5 His Military Preparations
6 Dissolution of Legislative Senate
35
1 Campaign of France
2 Battles of Brienne & La Rothiere
3 Expedition of Marne
4 Battles of Nangis & Montereau
5 Schwartzenberg Retreats
6 Napoleon again marches against Blucher
7 Attacks Soissons & is Repulsed
8 Battles of Craonne & Laon
9 Napoleon at Rheims
10 His Perplexities
11 He Marches to St. Dizier
36
1 Allies approach Paris
2 Maria Louisa retires to Blois
3 Marmont & Mortier occupy Heights of Montmartre
4 They are defeated
5 King Joseph escapes
6 Marmont capitulates
7 Allies enter Paris
8 Napoleon at Fontainebleau
9 His abdication
37
1 Napoleon's Journey to Frejus
2 Voyage to Elba
3 conduct & occupations there
4 Discontents in France
5 Return of Prisoners of War
6 Jealousy of Army
7 Union of Jacobins & Buonapartists
8 Their intrigues
9 Napoleon escapes from Elba
38
1 Napoleon lands at Cannes
2 his progress to Grenoble
3 Lyons
4 Fontainebleau
5 Treason of Labedoyere & Ney
6 Louis 18 retires to Ghent, & Napoleon arrives in Paris
39
1 100 Days
2 Declaration of Congress at Vienna
3 Napoleon prepares for War
4 Capitulation of Duke d'Angouleme
5 Insurrection of La Vendée
6 Murat advances from Naples
7 Is Defeated
8 & takes refuge in France
9 Champ-de-Mai
10 Dissatisfaction of Constitutionalists
40
1 Napoleon heads his army on Belgian frontier
2 Passes Sambre at Charleroi
3 Defeats Blucher at Ligny
4 Battle of Quatre-Bras
5 English fall back on a position previously selected by Wellington
6 Battle of Waterloo
7 Napoleon returns to Paris
41
1 Napoleon appeals in vain to Chambers
2 Abdicates for 2nd time
3 Is sent to Malmaison
4 & then to Rochefort
5 Negotiates with Capt. Maitland
6 Embarks in Bellerophon
7 Arrives at Torbay
8 Decision of English Government
9 Interview with Lord Keith
10 Napoleon on board Northumberland
11 Sails for St. Helena
42
1 Napoleon at St. Helena
2 Briars
3 Longwood
4 Charges against English Government respecting his accommodations & treatment at St. Helena
5 Charges against Governor, Sir Hudson Lowe
6 Napoleon's mode of life at Longwood
7 His Health falls off
8 His Death & Funeral
     
20 1825 History of Expedition to Russia Undertaken by Emperor Napoleon in Year 1812 by comte de, Philippe-Paul Ségur 198,810W 795 13:15
1
1
1
1 Political relations of France & Russia since 1807
2
1 Prussia
2 Frederick William
3
1 Turkey
2 Sultans Selim
3 Mustapha
4 Mahmoud
4
1 Sweden
2 Bernadotte
2
1
1 Feelings of Napoleon's grandees at approaching contest
2 their objections, with Napoleon's replies
3 real motives which urged him to struggle
2
1 Arguments against war by Dukes of Frioul & Vicenza & Count de Segur
2 Napoleon's replies
3
1 His manner of gaining proselytes to his opinions
2 his avowals to his own family
3 his discussions with Cardinal Fesch
4 his declaration to Prince Kourakin
4
1 Circumstances inclining him to delay contest
2 his proposals to England & to Russia
3 Russian ultimatum
5
1 Preparations for commencement
2 Talleyrand
3 opinions of military
4 Napoleon's ministers & generals
5 fresh obstacles to his departure
3
1
1 Napoleon's departure from Paris
2 dispositions of east of France
3 Germans
4 assemblage of sovereigns at Dresden
2
1 Arrival in Poland
2 complaints by inhabitants of disorders of his troops
3 his ineffectual attempts to check them
4 meeting with Davoust
5 quarrel between that officer & Berthier
6 unfavourable impression of Napoleon against former
7 arrival at Königsberg
3
1 March from Vistula to Niemen
2 Napoleon's manners with soldiers
3 positions of different corps
4 dispositions of army
4
1
1 Addresses of Napoleon & Alexander to their respective armies
2 Position of Russian forces
3 Napoleon's plans in consequence
4 Sketch of operations of his left & right wings during campaign
2
1 Passage of Niemen
2 Dreadful storm & its fatal effects
3 Melancholy catastrophe
4 Napoleon's arrival at Wilna
5 Political arrangements
3
1 Feelings of Lithuanians
2 Napoleon's answer to address of Polish confederation
3 Coolness of Lithuanians, & discussion of its causes
4
1 Distress of army & its excesses
2 Manner in which Napoleon was affected by them
5
1 Arrival of Balachoff from Alexander
2 Quarrel between Napoleon & Caulaincourt
3 Progress of invading army to 10th of July
6
1 Operations of King of Westphalia's & of Davoust's divisions
2 Perilous situation & narrow escape of Bagration
7
1 Napoleon's departure from Wilna
2 Retreat of Russian army from Drissa to Witepsk
3 Arrival of different French corps at Beszenkowiczi
4 Different partial actions near Witepsk
8
1 General engagement before Witepsk
2 French attack ordered to cease in expectation of decisive battle on following day
3 Retreat of Russians
4 Napoleon's disappointment
5 Position of his different corps
5
1
1 Napoleon's 1st plans for halting at Witepsk
2 afterwards abandoned, & his determination to proceed to Smolensk
2
1 Discussions with officers of his household
2 their reasons for dissuading him from advancing further, & his replies
3 Feelings of army in general
3
1 Operations of Oudinot's corps against that of Wittgenstein
2 partial successes on both sides
3 Napoleon determines to change his line of operation
6
1
1 Manner in which this manœuvre was effected
2 army crosses Boristhenes
3 Character of Jewish & native population
2
1 Surprise of Newerowskoi's corps beyond Krasnoë
2 Bold retreat of that officer
3
1 Movements of main Russian army
2 Plans of Barclay
3 his dissension with Bagration
4 hastens to relief of Smolensk
5 about to be surprised by Napoleon
6 Unsuccessful attack of French on Smolensk
4
1 Retreat of Russian army, & fresh disappointment of Napoleon
2 Ineffectual attempts of Murat to dissuade his farther advance
3 Capture of Smolensk
5
1 Napoleon's reflections on conduct of Russians
2 Intelligence of Regnier's victory over Tormasof
3 Opinions of Emperor's principal officers as to impolicy of proceeding farther
6
1 State of allied army
2 its immense losses from various causes, independent of enemy
3 Napoleon's professed intention to stop, but real determination to proceed
7
1 Final evacuation of Smolensk by Russians after setting it on fire
2 their army overtaken by Murat & Ney
3 Death of General Gudin
4 Battle of Valoutina
5 Narrow escape of Russians in consequence of Junot's irresolution
8
1 Results of battle
2 Recompenses & rewards conferred by Napoleon
3 Enthusiasm of army
4 Melancholy state of wounded
5 Animosity of Russian population
9
1 Napoleon's plans of moving Russian peasantry to insurrection
2 Conduct of their nobles to ward off danger
3 Napoleon's hesitation as to plan he should pursue
10
1 Saint Cyr's victory over Wittgenstein on 18th of August
2 Dissension between Murat & Davoust
3 Discord in Russian camp in consequence of Barclay's continued retreat
4 Napoleon's advance to Dorogobouje
7
1
1 Manner in which allied army was supplied on its march
2 Details of organization of Davoust's corps
2
1 Napoleon's bulletin & decrees at Slawkowo
2 Fresh quarrels between Murat & Davoust
3 Description of Russian mode of retreat & of Murat's method of pursuit
3
1 Advance to Wiazma & to Gjatz
2 Refusal of Davoust to obey Murat
3 Full development of Russian plan of destroying their cities & towns

4
1 Clamours of Russians against Barclay
2 Kutusof sent to supersede him
3 Great merit of Barclay's plan of retreat
5
1 Near prospect of battle
2 Character of Kutusof
3 Sanguinary & partial action on 4th of September
4 Anecdote of Murat
5 Napoleon's survey of ground
6
1 Disposition of Russian army on field of Borodino
2 Napoleon's plan of battle
7
1 Plan proposed by Davoust rejected by Napoleon
2 Feelings of French army
3 Proclamation of Napoleon
8
1 Preparations of Russians
2 Feelings of their soldiery
3 Napoleon's anxiety
4 his indisposition on night before battle
9
1 Battle of Borodino on 7th of September
10
1 Results of battle
2 immense loss on both sides
3 faults committed by Napoleon
4 how accounted for
5 incompleteness of his victory
11
1 Advance to, & skirmish before Mojaisk
2 Gallantry of 50 voltigeurs of 33d
3 Surprising order in Russian retreat
4 Napoleon's distress
2
1
1
1 Emperor Alexander's arrival at Moscow after his retreat from Drissa
2 Description of that city
3 Sacrifices voted by nobility & merchants to meet threatened danger
2
1 Alarm in consequence of advance of French army
2 Determination of Governor, Count Rostopchin, & his preparations for destroying capital
3 Evacuation of Moscow by principal part of inhabitants on 3d of September
3
1 State of that city just before & after battle of Borodino
2 Governor's departure
4
1 Napoleon advances to Moscow on 14th of September
2 Feelings of army on approaching it
3 Disappointment at finding it deserted
5
1 Murat's entrance into city
6
1 Napoleon's entrance into Kremlin
2 Discovery of conflagration of city
7
1 Danger which he ran in escaping through flames to Petrowsky
2 Hesitation as to his future plans
8
1 His return to Kremlin
2 Description of camps outside city
3 System of general plunder
4 Reproaches made to army, & vindication of it
9
1 Conduct of Kutusof after abandoning Moscow
2 Rostopchin sets fire to his seat at Woronowo
3 Partial actions at Czerikowo & Vinkowo
4 Anxiety & uneasiness of Napoleon
5 consultation with his chief officers
6 Sends Lauriston to Emperor
10
1 Conference of Lauriston with Kutusof
2 Artful conduct of latter
3 Armistice
4 Infatuation of Murat
5 Distress of French army
6 Warnings of impending danger
7 Napoleon's obstinacy in remaining
11
1 Illusions by which he kept up his own & his army's hopes
2 Count Daru's advice
3 Rupture of armistice
4 Incapacity of Berthier
5 Disastrous engagement at Vinkowo
6 Napoleon determines to leave Moscow
2
1
1 Departure from Moscow
2 Composition of army
2
1 Battle of Malo-Yaroslawetz
3
1 Distress of Emperor
2 Danger which he ran from a sudden attack of Cossacks
4
1 Field of Malo-Yaroslawetz
2 Council held by Emperor
3 Opinions of Murat, Bessières, & Davoust
4 Napoleon determines to retreat
5
1 Kutusof's similar determination to retreat from Malo-Yaroslawetz, ineffectually opposed by Sir Robert Wilson
2 Napoleon's projected plan of retreat
6
1 Mortier's proceedings at Moscow after departure of main army
2 Blowing up of Kremlin
3 Devastations committed by both armies
4 Capture of General Winzingerode
5 Napoleon's behaviour to him
7
1 Arrival at Mojaisk
2 Alarming news of Russian army
3 View of field of Borodino
8
1 Abandonment of wounded in Abbey of Kolotskoi
2 Horrible conduct of suttlers
3 Massacre of 2000 Russian prisoners
4 Arrival at Gjatz

9
1 Napoleon's arrival at Wiazma
2 Reproaches to Davoust for his tardy mode of retreat, & that officer's vindication
3 Danger of latter & Eugene
4 Arrival of Miloradowitch
10
1 Battle between Eugene & Davoust & Miloradowitch, near Wiazma, on 3d November
2 heavy loss of French
11
1 Dreadful snow storm on 6th of November
2 its effects upon troops
12
1 Arrival of intelligence of Mallet's conspiracy
2 impression produced by it upon Napoleon & his officers
3 Message from Ney
4 Perilous situation of that marshal
13
1 Defeat & entire dissolution of Viceroy's corps at passage of Wop
14
1 Arrival at Smolensk
2 Dreadful sufferings of troops
3 Bad arrangements of administrators
4 Reasons assigned by latter in their vindication
3
1
1 Wittgenstein's attack upon Saint Cyr at Polotsk
2 Retreat of latter
3 Want of concert in movements of Russian generals
2
1 Junction of corps of Saint Cyr & Victor at Smoliantzy on 31st October
2 Opportunity lost by latter of defeating enemy
3 General view of state of army
4 Errors committed by Napoleon & his commanders
3
1 Napoleon's departure from Smolensk
2 Dispositions of Russian army to interrupt his farther retreat
3 Bravery of Excelmans
4 Arrival at Krasnoë
4
1 March of Eugene from Smolensk to Krasnoë with remains of his corps
2 his narrow escape
5
1 Successful nocturnal attack by Roguet on Russian camp at Chickowa
2 Desperate situation of Napoleon
3 Wilson's fruitless efforts to induce Kutusof to surround & destroy him
4 Battle of Krasnoë
5 Bravery of guard under Mortier
6
1 Napoleon's arrival at Dombrowna
2 Nocturnal false alarm
3 General disorganization of army
4 Davoust's ineffectual efforts to check it
7
1 Council held at Orcha to determine farther course of retreat
2 Opinion of Jomini
3 Napoleon decides on Borizof
4 Quits Orcha on 20th of November without hearing any thing of Ney
5 Re-appearance of that Marshal after his departure
8
1 Details of Ney's retreat from Smolensk until his arrival at Orcha
4
1
1 Capture of Minsk by Russians
2 Different opinions in army as to causes of their disasters
3 Rumoured treachery of Schwartzenberg
4 Napoleon's reproaches to him & Schwartzenberg's reply
2
1 Details of loss of Minsk
2 Movements of Dombrowski, Oudinot, & Victor
3 Distress & malady of Napoleon
4 Remarkable conversation with Count Daru
3
1 Passage through Forest of Minsk
2 Junction of remains of grand army with Victor & Oudinot's corps
3 State of former
4
1 Preparations for crossing Berezina
2 Circumstances which led Russian general, Tchaplitz, into error as to point where Napoleon was to cross Berezina, & consequences of that error
3 Napoleon crosses that river at Studzianka on 27th November
5
1 Capture & destruction of Partouneaux's division
6
1 Attack made by Russians under Wittgenstein & Platof on left side, & by Tchitchakof on right side of Berezina, & repelled by French
7
1 burning of bridge over Berezina
8
1 Napoleon's situation during preceding actions
2 Passage over morasses
3 His manners to his officers
9
1 Napoleon's arrival at Malodeczno
2 Announcement on 3d of December of his intention to set out for France
10
1 Increased severity of winter
2 Partial actions of Ney & Maison with Russians between Pleszezenitzy & Malodeczno
3 Quarrel between Ney & Victor
11
1 Napoleon's arrival at Smorgony
2 his parting interview with his marshals
5
1
1 Napoleon's journey from Smorgony to Paris
2 Impression produced in army by his departure
3 Dreadful effects of increased cold
2
1 Picture of sufferings of army from cold & climate
3
1 Arrival at Wilna
2 Consternation of inhabitants
3 Fatal effects of not distributing provisions collected among troops
4 State of wounded in hospitals
5 Arrival of Russians
6 Flight of Murat
7 Evacuation of Wilna
8 Immense losses which that occasioned
9 Disaster at Ponari
4
1 Details of Ney's mode of retreat
2 Losses occasioned to Russians by severity of winter
3 Arrival at Kowno
4 Ney's defence & evacuation of that place
5
1 1st symptoms of Murat's defection
2 Arrival at Königsberg
6
1 Marshal Macdonald's retreat from Riga
2 Details of defection of Prussian Army under Yorck
7
1 Marshal Macdonald's retreat from Riga
2 Details of defection of Prussian Army under Yorck
8
1 Conduct of Schwartzenberg & defection of Austrians
2 Atrocities committed on French prisoners at Wilna & Königsberg
9
1 Defection of Murat
6 DIRECTIONS FOR PLACING PLATES
1
1 Portrait of Napoleon
2
1 Map of countries between Paris & Moscow
3
1 Passage of Niemen
4
1 Portrait of Murat, King of Naples
5
1 Portrait of Emperor Alexander
6
1 Conflagration of Moscow
7
1 Portrait of Marshal Ney
8
1 Passage of Berezina
 
   
21 1915 History of French Revolution from 1789 to 1814 by Mignet, M. (François-Auguste-Marie-Alexis) 163,044W 652 10:52
1 INTRODUCTION
1 Introduction
1 Character of French revolution
2 Its results, its progress
3 Successive forms of monarchy
4 Louis 14 & 15
5 State of men's minds, of finances, of public power & public wants at accession of Louis 16
6 His character
7 Maurepas, prime minister
8 His policy
9 Chooses popular & reforming ministers
10 His object
11 Turgot, Malesherbes, Necker
12 Their plans
13 Opposed by court & privileged classes
14 Their failure
15 Death of Maurepas
16 Influence of Queen, Marie-Antoinette
17 Popular ministers succeeded by court ministers
18 Calonne & his system
19 Brienne, his character & attempts
20 Distressed state of finances
21 Opposition of assembly of notables, of parliament, & provinces
22 Dismissal of Brienne
23 2nd administration of Necker
24 Convocation of states-general
25 Immediate causes of revolution
1 1789 MAY 5 - AUGUST 4
1 Opening of states-general
2 Opinion of court, of ministry, & of various bodies of kingdom respecting states
3 Verification of powers
4 Question of vote by order or by poll
5 order of commons forms itself into a national assembly
6 court causes Hall of states to be closed
7 Oath of Tennis-court
8 majority of order of clergy unites itself with commons
9 Royal sitting of 23rd of June
10 Its inutility
11 Project of court
12 Events of 12th, 13th, & 14th of July
13 Dismissal of Necker
14 Insurrection of Paris
15 Formation of national guard
16 Siege & taking of Bastille
17 Consequences of 14th of July
18 Decrees of night of 4th of August
19 Character of revolution which had just been brought about.
2 1789 AUGUST 4 - OCTOBER 5 & 6
1 State of constituent assembly
2 Party of high clergy & nobility
3 Maury & Cazales
4 Party of ministry & 2 chambers: Mounier, Lally-Tollendal
5 Popular party: triumvirate of Barnave, Duport, & Lameth
6 Its position
7 Influence of Sieyès
8 Mirabeau chief of assembly at that period
9 Opinion to be formed of Orleans party
10 Constitutional labours
11 Declaration of rights
12 Permanency & unity of legislative body
13 Royal sanction
14 External agitation caused by it
15 Project of court
16 Banquet of gardes-du-corps
17 Insurrection of 5th & 6th October
18 king comes to reside at Paris
3 1789 - 91 TO DEATH OF MIRABEAU
1 Results of events of October
2 Alteration of provinces into departments
3 Organization of administrative & municipal authorities according to system of popular sovereignty & election
4 Finances: all means employed insufficient
5 Property of clergy declared national
6 sale of property of clergy leads to assignats
7 Civil constitution of clergy
8 Religious opposition of bishops
9 Anniversary of 14th of July
10 Abolition of titles
11 Confederation of Champ de Mars
12 New organization of army
13 Opposition of officers
14 Schism respecting civil constitution of clergy
15 Clubs
16 Death of Mirabeau
17 During whole of this period separation of parties becomes more decided
4 1791 APRIL - 30TH SEPTEMBER, END OF CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY
1 Political state of Europe before French revolution
2 System of alliance observed by different states
3 General coalition against revolution
4 Motives of each power
5 Conference of Mantua, & circular of Pavia
6 Flight to Varennes
7 Arrest of king
8 His suspension
9 republican party separate, for 1st time, from party of constitutional monarchy
10 latter re-establishes king
11 Declaration of Pilnitz
12 king accepts constitution
13 End of constituent assembly
14 Opinion of it
2 NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
1 1791 - 2
1 Early relations between legislative assembly & king
2 State of parties: Feuillants rely on middle classes, Girondists on people
3 Emigration & dissentient clergy: decree against them: king's veto
4 Declarations of war
5 Girondist ministry: Dumouriez, Roland
6 Declaration of war against king of Hungary & Bohemia
7 Disasters of our armies: decree for a camp of reserve for 20K men at Paris: decree of banishment against nonjuring priests: veto of king: fall of Girondist ministry
8 Petition of insurgents of 20th of June to secure passing of decrees & recall of ministers
9 Last efforts of constitutional party
10 Manifesto of duke of Brunswick
11 Events of 10th of August
12 Military insurrection of Lafayette against authors of events of 10th of August: it fails
13 Division of assembly & new commune: Danton
14 Invasion of Prussians
15 Massacres of 2nd of September
16 Campaign of Argonne
17 Causes of events under legislative assembly
3 NATIONAL CONVENTION
1 1792 - 3 SEPTEMBER 20 - JANUARY 21
1 1st measures of Convention
2 Its composition
3 Rivalry of Gironde & Mountain
4 Strength & views of 2 parties
5 Robespierre: Girondists accuse him of aspiring to dictatorship
6 Marat
7 Fresh accusation of Robespierre by Louvet: Robespierre's defence: Convention passes to order of day
8 Mountain, victorious in this struggle, demand trial of Louis 16
9 Opinions of parties on this subject
10 Convention decides that Louis 16 shall be tried, & by itself
11 Louis 16 at Temple: his replies before Convention: his defence: his condemnation: courage & serenity of his last moments
12 What he was, & what he was not, as a king
2 1793 JANUARY 21 - JUNE 2
1 Political & military situation of France
2 England, Holland, Spain, Naples, & all circles of empire fall in with coalition
3 Dumouriez, after having conquered Belgium, attempts expedition into Holland
4 He wishes to re-establish constitutional monarchy
5 Reverses of our armies
6 Struggle between Gironde & Mountain
7 Conspiracy of 10th of March
8 Insurrection of La Vendée: its progress
9 Defection of Dumouriez
10 Gironde accused of being his accomplices
11 New conspiracies against them
12 Establishment of Commission of 12 to frustrate conspirators
13 Insurrections of 27th & 31st May against Commission of 12: its suppression
14 June 2 Insurrection of against 22 leading Girondists: their arrest
15 Total defeat of that party
3 1793 - 4
1 Insurrection of departments against 31st of May
2 Protracted reverses on frontiers
3 Progress of Vendéans
4 1793 Montagnardsdecree constitution & immediately suspend it to maintain & strengthen revolutionary government
5 Levée en masse: law against suspected persons
6 Victories of Montagnards in interior, & frontiers
7 Death of queen, of 22 Girondists, etc
8 Committee of public safety: its power: its members
9 Republican calendar
10 conquerors of 31st of May separate
11 ultra-revolutionary faction of commune, or Hébertists, abolish catholic religion, & establish worship of Reason: its struggle with committee of public safety: its defeat
12 moderate faction of Montagnards, or Dantonists, wish to destroy revolutionary dictatorship, & to establish legal government: their fall
13 committee of public safety remains alone, & triumphant.
4 1794 DEATH OF DANTON - 9TH THERMIDOR
1 Increase of terror: its cause
2 System of democrats: Saint-Just
3 Robespierre's power
4 Festival of Supreme Being
5 Couthon presents law of 22nd Prairial, which reorganizes revolutionary tribunal: disturbances: debates: final obedience of convention
6 active members of committee have a division
7 Robespierre, Saint-Just, & Couthon on one side: Billaud-Varennes, Collot-d'Herbois, Barrère, & members of committee of general safety on other
8 Conduct of Robespierre
9 He absents himself from committee, & rests on Jacobins & commune
10 On 8th of Thermidor he demands renewal of committees: motion is rejected
11 Sitting of 9th Thermidor: Saint-Just denounces committees: is interrupted by Tallien: Billaud-Varennes violently attacks Robespierre: general indignation of convention against triumvirate: they are arrested
12 commune rises & liberates prisoners
13 Peril & courage of convention: it outlaws insurgents
14 sections declare for convention
15 Defeat & execution of Robespierre
5 1795 9TH THERMIDOR TO 1ST PRAIRIAL, YEAR 3 RISE & FALL OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY
1 convention, after fall of Robespierre: party of committees: Thermidorian party: their constitution & object
2 Decay of democratic party of committees
3 Impeachment of Lebon & Carrier
4 State of Paris
5 Jacobins & Faubourgs declare for old committees: thejeunesse dorée, & sections for Thermidorians
6 Impeachment of Billaud-Varennes, Collot-d'Herbois, Barrère, & Vadier
7 Movement of Germinal
8 Transportation of accused, & of a few of Mountain, their partisans
9 Insurrection of 1st Prairial
10 Defeat of democratic party: disarming of Faubourgs
11 lower class is excluded from government, deprived of constitution of '93, & loses its material power.
6 1795 1ST PRAIRIAL TO 4TH BRUMAIRE, YEAR 4, CLOSE OF CONVENTION
1 1793 - 4 Campaign
2 Disposition of armies on hearing news of 9th Thermidor
3 Conquest of Holland: position on Rhine
4 Peace of Basel with Prussia
5 Peace with Spain
6 Descent upon Quiberon
7 reaction ceases to be conventional, & becomes royalist
8 Massacre of revolutionists, in south
9 Directorial constitution of year 3
10 Decrees of Fructidor, which require re-election of 2/3 of convention
11 Irritation of sectionary royalist party
12 It becomes insurgent
13 13th of Vendémiaire
14 Appointment of councils & directory
15 Close of convention: its duration & character
4 EXECUTIVE DIRECTORY
1 1795 - 7 INSTALLATION OF DIRECTORY - COUP-D'ÉTAT OF 18TH FRUCTIDOR, YEAR 5
1 Review of revolution
2 Its 2nd character of reorganization: transition from public to private life
3 5 directors: their labours for interior
4 Pacification of La Vendée
5 Conspiracy of Babeuf: final defeat of democratic party
6 Plan of campaign against Austria: conquest of Italy by general Bonaparte: treaty of Campo-Formio: French republic is acknowledged, with its acquisitions, & its connection with Dutch, Lombard, & Ligurian republics, which prolonged its system in Europe
7 Royalist elections in year 5: they alter position of republic
8 New contest between counter-revolutionary party in councils, in club of Clichy, in salons, & conventional party, in directory, club of Salm, & army
9 Coup d'état of 18th Fructidor: Vendémiaire party again defeated.
4 EXECUTIVE DIRECTORY
2 1797 - 9 18TH FRUCTIDOR - 18TH BRUMAIRE, IN YEAR 8
1 By 18th Fructidor directory returns, with slight mitigation, to revolutionary government
2 General peace, except with England
3 Return of Bonaparte to Paris
4 Expedition into Egypt
5 Democratic elections for year 6
6 directory annuls them on 22nd Floréal
7 Second coalition: Russia, Austria, & England attack republic through Italy, Switzerland, & Holland: general defeats
8 Democratic elections for year 7: on 30th Prairial councils get upper hand, & disorganize old directory
9 2 parties in new directory, & councils: moderate republican party under Sieyès, Roger-Ducos, & ancients: extreme republican party under Moulins, Golier, 500, & Society of Manège
10 Various projects
11 Victories of Masséna, in Switzerland: of Brune, in Holland
12 Bonaparte returns from Egypt: comes to an understanding with Sieyès & his party
13 18th & 19th Brumaire
14 End of directorial system
5 CONSULATE
1 1799 - 1804 18TH BRUMAIRE - DECEMBER 2
1 Hopes entertained by various parties, after 18th Brumaire
2 Provisional government
3 Constitution of Sieyès: distorted into consular constitution of year 8
4 Formation of government: pacific designs of Bonaparte
5 Campaign of Italy: victory of Marengo
6 General peace: on continent, by treaty of Lunéville with England: by treaty of Amiens
7 Fusion of parties: internal prosperity of France
8 Ambitious system of 1st Consul: re-establishes clergy in state, by Concordat of 1802: he creates military order of knighthood, by means of Legion of Honour: he completes this order of things by consulate for life
9 Resumption of hostilities with England
10 Conspiracy of Georges & Pichegru
11 war & royalist attempts form a pretext for erection of empire
12 1804 Napoleon Bonaparte appointed hereditary emperor: is crowned by pope on 2nd of December, in church of Notre Dame
13 Successive abandonment of revolution
14 Progress of absolute power during 4 years of consulate
6 EMPIRE
1 1804 - 14 FROM ESTABLISHMENT OF EMPIRE
1 Character of empire
2 Change of republics created by directory into kingdoms
3 3rd coalition: capture of Vienna: victories of Ulm & Austerlitz: peace of Pressburg: erection of 2 kingdoms of Bavaria & Wurtemberg against Austria
4 Confederation of Rhine
5 Joseph Napoleon appointed king of Naples: Louis Napoleon, king of Holland
6 4th coalition: battle of Jena: capture of Berlin: victories of Eylau & Friedland: peace of Tilsit: Prussian monarchy is reduced by one half: kingdoms of Saxony & Westphalia are instituted against it: that of Westphalia given to Jerome Napoleon
7 grand empire rises with its secondary kingdoms, its confederation of Rhine, its Swiss mediation, its great fiefs: it is modelled on that of Charlemagne
8 Blockade of continent
9 Napoleon employs cessation of commerce to reduce England, as he had employed arms to subdue continent
10 Invasion of Spain & Portugal: Joseph Napoleon appointed to throne of Spain: Murat replaces him on throne of Naples
11 New order of events: national insurrection of peninsula: religious contest with pope
12 Commercial opposition of Holland
13 5th coalition
14 Victory of Wagram: peace of Vienna: marriage of Napoleon with archduchess Marie Louise
15 Failure of attempt at resistance: pope is dethroned: Holland is again united to empire, & war in Spain prosecuted with vigour
16 Russia renounces continental system: campaign of 1812: capture of Moscow: disastrous retreat
17 Reaction against power of Napoleon: campaign of 1813: general defection
18 1814 Coalition of all Europe: exhaustion of France: marvellous campaign
19 allied powers at Paris: abdication at Fontainbleau: character of Napoleon: his part in French revolution
25 Marie Antoinette & Downfall of Royalty
by Imbert de SAINT-AMAND 1834 - 1900, translated by Elizabeth G. MARTIN 1837 - ?
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1 1792 Paris at Beginning of
2 Count de Fersen's Last Journey to Paris
3 Death of Emperor Leopold
4 Death of Gustavus 3
5 Beginnings of Madame Roland
6 Madame Roland's Entrance on Scene
7 Marie Antoinette & Madame Roland
8 Madame Roland at Ministry of Interior
9 Dumouriez, Minister Of Foreign Affairs
10 Council of Ministers
11 Fête of Swiss Of Chateauvieux
12 Declaration of War
13 Disbanding Of Constitutional Guard
14 Sufferings of Louis 16
15 Roland's Dismissal from Office
16 3 Days' Ministry
17 Prologue to June 20
18 Morning of June 12
19 Invasion of Tuileries
20 Marie Antoinette on June 20
21 Morrow of June 20
22 Lafayette in Paris
23 Lamourette Kiss
24 Féte of Federation In 1792
25 Last Days at Tuileries
26 Prologue to August 10
27 Night of August 9 - 10
28 Morning of August 10
29 Box of Logograph
30 Combat
31 Results of Combat
32 Royal-Family in Convent of Feuillants
33 Temple
34 Princess de Lamballe's Murder
35 September Massacres
36 Madame Roland during Massacres
37 Proclamation of Republic
26 1910 With Frederick Great A Story of Seven Years' War
by G. A. (George Alfred) Henty & Walter Paget
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1 King & Marshal
2 Joining
3 Outbreak Of War
4 Promotion
5 Lobositz
6 A Prisoner
7 Flight
8 Prague
9 In Disguise
10 Rossbach
11 Leuthen
12 Another Step
13 Hochkirch
14 Breaking Prison
15 Escaped
16 At Minden
17 Unexpected News
18 Engaged
19 Liegnitz
20 Torgau
21 Home
27 1904 Louis 14 Makers of History Series
by Abbott, John Stevens Cabot
77,512W 310 5:10
1 BIRTH & CHILDHOOD
2 BOY-KING
3 MATRIMONIAL PROJECTS
3 MARRIAGE OF KING
4 FESTIVITIES OF COURT
5 DEATH IN PALACE
6 WAR IN HOLLAND
7 MADAME DE MAINTENON
8 REVOCATION OF EDICT OF NANTES
9 SECRET MARRIAGE
10 INTRIGUES & WARS
11 LAST DAYS OF LOUIS 14
28 1902 Joseph Bonaparte Makers of History
by Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot)
76,258W 305 5:05
1 SCENES IN EARLY LIFE
2 DIPLOMATIC LABORS
3 JOSEPH PEACE-MAKER
4 JOSEPH KING OF NAPLES
5 CROWN A BURDEN
6 SPANISH PRINCES
7 JOSEPH KING OF SPAIN
8 SPANISH CAMPAIGN OF NAPOLEON
9 WAR IN SPAIN CONTINUED
10 EXPULSION FROM SPAIN
11 LIFE IN EXILE
12 LAST DAYS & DEATH
29 1904 Louis Philippe Makers of History Series
by Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot)
75,481W 302 5:02
1 ORIGIN OF HOUSE OF ORLEANS
2 EXILE
3 WANDERINGS IN OLD WORLD & NEW
4 TOMB & BRIDAL
5 RESTORATION
6 DEATH OF LOUIS 18 & REIGN OF CHARLES 10
7 CHARLES 10 DETHRONED
8 STRUGGLES OF DIPLOMACY
9 LOUIS PHILIPPE'S THRONE
10 ADVENTURES OF DUCHESS DE BERRI
11 FINAL STRUGGLE
12 THRONE DEMOLISHED
3 0 1904 Josephine Makers of History
by Abbott, John Stevens Cabot
66,578W 266 4:26
1 LIFE IN MARTINIQUE
2 MARRIAGE OF JOSEPHINE
3 ARREST OF M. BEAUHARNAIS & JOSEPHINE
4 SCENES IN PRISON
5 RELEASE FROM PRISON
6 JOSEPHINE IN ITALY
7 JOSEPHINE AT MALMAISON
8 JOSEPHINE WIFE OF 1ST CONSUL
9 DEVELOPMENTS OF CHARACTER
10 CORONATION
11 JOSEPHINE AN EMPRESS
12 DIVORCE & LAST DAYS
31 1901 Maria Antoinette Makers of History
by Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot), 1805-1877
63,334W 253 4:13
1 PARENTAGE & CHILDHOOD
2 BRIDAL DAYS
3 MARIA ANTOINETTE ENTHRONED
4 DIAMOND NECKLACE
5 MOB AT VERSAILLES
6 PALACE A PRISON
7 FLIGHT
8 RETURN TO PARIS
9 IMPRISONMENT IN TEMPLE
10 EXECUTION OF KING
11 TRIAL & EXECUTION OF MARIA ANTOINETTE
12 PRINCESS ELIZABETH, DAUPHIN, & PRINCESS ROYAL
32 1904 Madame Roland, Makers of History
by Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot)
61,479W 246 4:06
1 CHILDHOOD
2 YOUTH
3 MAIDENHOOD
4 MARRIAGE
5 NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
6 MINISTRY OF M. ROLAND
7 MADAME ROLAND & JACOBINS
8 LAST STRUGGLE OF GIRONDISTS
9 ARREST OF MADAME ROLAND
10 FATE OF GIRONDISTS
11 PRISON LIFE
12 TRIAL & EXECUTION OF MADAME ROLAND
33 883 Charlemagne
by Notker 840 - 912 Translated by Reinhardt
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1
1 Merovingian Family
2 Charlemagne's Ancestors
3 Charlemagne's Accession
4 Plan of This Work
5 Aquitanian War
6 Lombard War
7 Saxon War
8 Spanish Expedition
9 Submission of Bretons & Beneventans
10 Tassilo & Bavarian Campaign
11 Slavic War
12 War with Huns
13 Danish War
14 Extent of Charlemagne's Conquests
15 Foreign Relations
16 Public Works
2
1 Private Life
2 Conspiracies Against Charlemagne
3 Charlemagne's Treatment of Foreigners
4 Personal Appearance, Dress, Habits
5 Studies
6 Piety
7 Generosity
8 Charlemagne Crowned Emperor
9 Reforms
10 Coronation of Louis, Charlemagne's Death
11 Burial, Omens of Death, Will
35 1922 Modern French Philosophy: a Study of Development Since Comte
by Gunn, John Alexander
11,230W 45 45Min
36 1873 Auguste Comte & Positivism
by MILL
87,000W 348 5:47:12
38 1912 A New Philosophy: Henri Bergson
by Le Roy, Edouard Louis Emmanuel Julien
49,557W 198 3:18
1 GENERAL VIEW
1 Method
2 Teaching
2 ADDITIONAL EXPLANATIONS
1 Mr Bergson's Work & General Directions of Contemporary Thought
2 Immediacy
3 Theory of Perception
4 Critique of Language
5 Problem of Consciousness. Duration & Liberty
6 Problem of Evolution: Life & Matter
7 Problem of Knowledge: Analysis & Intuition
40 1644 Selections from Principles of Philosophy
by Descartes, René
33,809W 135 2:15
41 Law
by Frederic Bastiat & Seedbox Classics
22,750W 91 1:31
 
34 1850 Phantom World or, philosophy of spirits, apparitions, &c, &c. by Calmet, Augustin 199,011W 796 13:16
1
1 Appearance of Good Angeîs proved by Books of New Testament 37
2 Appearance of Grood Angels proved by Books of New Testament 38
3 Under what form have Good Angels appeared? 41
4 Opinions of Jews, Christians, Mahometans, & Oriental Natk»is, concerning Apparitions of Good Angels 44
5 Opinion of Greeks & Romans on Apparitions of GoodGenii 47
6 Apparition of Bad Angels proved by Holy Scriptures Under what Form they have appeared 50
7 Of Magic 67
8 Objections to Reality of Magic
9 Reply to Objections
10 Examination of Affair of Hocque, Magician
11 Magic of Egyptians & Chaldeans
12 Magic among Greeks & Romans
13 Examples which prove Reality of Magic
14 Effects of Magic according to Poets
15 Pagan Oracles
16 Certainty of Event predicted, is not always a proof that Prediction comes from God
17 Reasons whicli lead us to believe that greater part of Ancient Oracles were only Impositions of Priests & Priestesses, who feigned that they were inspired by God
18 On Sorcerers & Sorceresses, or Witches
19 Instances of Sorcerers & Witches being, as they said, transported to Sabbath 08
20 Story of Louis Gaufredi & Magdalen de la Palud, owned by themselves to be Sorcerer & Sorceress
21 Reasons which prove Possibility of Soicereia being transported to Sabbath
22 Continuation of same Subject
23 Obsession & Pofession of Devil
24 Truth & Reality of Possession & Obsession by Devil proved from Scripture
25 Examples of Real Possessions caused by Devil
26 Continuation of same Subject
27 Objections against Obsessions & Possessions of Demon Reply to Objections
28 Continuation of Objections against Possessions, & some Replies to those Objections
29 Of Familiar Spirits
30 Some other Examples of Elves
31 Spirits that keep Watch over Treasure
32 Other instances of Hidden Treasures, which were guarded by Good or Bad Spirits
33 Spectres which appear, & predict things unknown & to come
34 Other Apparitions of Spectres
35 Examination of Apparition of a pretended Spectre
36 Of Spectres which haunt Houses
37 Other Instances of Spectres which haunt certain Houses
38 Prodigious effects of Imagination in those Men or Women who believe they hold Intercourse with Demon
39 Return & Apparitions of Souls after Death of Body, proved from Scripture
40 A pparitions of Spirits proved from History
41 JMore Instances of Apparitions
42 Apparitions of Spirits who imprint their Hands on Clothes or on Wood
43 Opinions of Jews, Greeks, & Latins, concerning Dead who are left unburied
44 Examination of what is required or revealed to Living by Dead who return to Earth
45 Apparitions of Men still alive, to other living Men, absent, & very distant from each other
46 Arguments concerning Apparitions
47 Objections against Apparitions, & Replies to those Objections
48 Some other Objections & Replies
49 Secrets of Physics & Chemistry taken for supernatural things
50 Conclusion of Treatise on Apparitions
51 Way of explaining Apparitions
52 difficulty of explaining manner in which Apparitions make their appearance, whatever system may be proposed on subject
2 DISTRIBUTION OF GOASTS WHO RETUNK TO EARTH BODILY, EXCOMMUITICATED 241
1 Resurrection of a Dead Person is Work of God only
2 Revival of Persons who were not really Dead
3 Resurrection of a Man who had been buried Three Years, resuscitated by St. Stanislaus
4 Can a Man really Dead appear in his own Body?
5 Revival or Apparition of a Girl who had been Dead some Months
6 A Woman taken Alive from her Tomb
7 Revenans, or Vampires of Moravia
8 Dead Persons in Hungary who suck Blood of Living
9 Narrative of a Vampire from Jewish Letters, Letter 137
10 Other Instances of Revenans. Continuationof "Gleaner"
11 Argument of Author of Jewish Letters, concerning Revenans
12 Continuation of argument of Dutch Gleaner
13 1693 - 4 Narrative from "Mercure Gallant" of Revenais
14 Conjectures of Glaneur de Hollandais"
15 Another Letter on Ghosts
16 Pretended Vestiges of Vampirism in Antiquity
17 Ghosts in Northern Countries
18 Ghosts in England
19 Ghosts in Peru
20 Ghosts in Lapland
21 Return of a Man who had been Dead some Months
22 Excommunicated Persons who went out of Churches
23 Some Instances of Excommunicated being rejected or cast out of Consecrated Ground
24 Instance of Excommunicated Martyr being cast out of Ground
25 A Man cast out of Church for having refused to pay Tithes
26 Instances of Persons who have given Signs of Life after their Death, & have withdrawn themselves respectfully to make room for more worthy Persons
27 People who perform Pilgrimage after Death
28 Reasoning upon Excommunicated who go out of Churches
29 Do Excommunicated rot in Earth?
30 Instances to show that Excommunicated do not rot, & that they appear to Living
31 Instances of these Returns to Earth of Excommunicated
32 A Vroucolacan exhumed in presence of M. do Touinefort
33 Has Demon power to kill, & then to restore to Life?
34 Examination of Opinion that Demon can restore Animation to a Dead Body
35 Instances of Phantoms which have appeared to Living & given many Signs of Life
36 Devoting People to Death, practised by Heathens
37 Instances of dooming to Death among Christians
38 Instances of Persons who have promised to give each other News of themselves from other World
39 Extracts from Political Works of Abbé de St. Pierre
40 Divers Systems to explain Ghosts
41 Divers Instances of Persons being Buried Alive
42 Instances of Drowned Persons who have come back to Life & Health
43 Instances of Women thought Dead who came to Life again
44 Can these Instances be applied to Hungarian Revenans?
45 Dead People who chew in their Graves & devour their own Flesh
46 Singular Example of a Hungarian Revenant
47 Argument on this matter
48 Are Vampires or Revenans really Dead ?
49 Instance of a Man named Curma being sent back to this World
50 Instances of Persons who fall into Ecstatic Trances when they will, & remain senseless
51 Application of such Instances to Vampires
52 Examination of Opinion that Demon fascinates Eyes of those to whom Vampires appear
53 Instances of Resuscitated Persons who relate what they saw in other World
54 Traditions of Pagans on other Life, are derived from Hebrews & Egyptians
55 Instances of Christians being Resuscitated & sent back to this World. Vision of Vetinus, Monk of Augia
56 Vision of Bertholdas, related by Hincmar, Archbishop of Rheims
57 Vision of St. Fursius
58 Vision of a Protestant of York, & others
59 Conclusion of this Dissertation
60 Moral Impossibility that Ghosts can come out of their Tombs
61 What is related of Bodies of Excommunicated who walk out of Churches, is subject to very great Difficulties (in Belief & Explanation)
62 Remarks on Dissertation, concerning Spirit which came to St Maur des Fossés
63 1706 Dissertation of Anonymous Writer on what should be thought of Appearance of Spirit^, on Occasion of Adventure at St. Maur, 387 Letter of Marquis Maffei on Magic
64 Letter of Reverend Father Dom Calmet, to M. Debnre
37 1910 Outlines of a Philosophy of Religion based on Psychology & History by Sabatier, Auguste 76,366W 305 5:05
1 RELIGION
1 PSYCHOLOGICAL ORIGIN & NATURE OF RELIGION
1 First Critical Reflections
2 Initial Contradiction of Psychological Consciousness
3 Religion Prayer of Heart
2 RELIGION & REVELATION
1 Mystery of Religious Life
2 Mythological Notion of Revelation
3 Dogmatic Notion
4 Psychological Notion
5 Conclusion
3 MIRACLE & INSPIRATION
1 Notion of Miracle in Antiquity
2 Miracle & Science: Miracle & Piety
3 Religious Inspiration
4 RELIGIOUS DEVELOPMENT OF HUMANITY
1 Social Element in Religion
2 Progress in Outward Forms of Religion
3 Progress in Representation of Divine
4 History of Prayer
 
2 CHRISTIANITY
1 HEBRAISM, OR ORIGINS OF GOSPEL
1 Prophetism
2 Dawn of Gospel
2 ESSENCE OF CHRISTIANITY
1 Problem
2 Christian Principle
3 Gospel of Jesus
4 A Necessary Distinction
5 Corruptions of Christian Principle
3 GREAT HISTORICAL FORMS OF CHRISTIANITY
1 Evolution of Christian Principle
2 Jewish or Messianic Christianity
3 Catholic Christianity
4 Protestant Christianity
   
3 DOGMA
1 WHAT IS A DOGMA?
1 Definition
2 Genesis of Dogma
3 Role & Religious Value of Dogma
2 LIFE OF DOGMAS & THEIR HISTORICAL EVOLUTION
13 Prejudices
22 Elements in Dogma
3 Crisis of Dogma
3 SCIENCE OF DOGMAS
1 Mixed Character of Science of Dogmas
2 Science of Dogmas & Church
3 Science of Dogmas & Philosophy
4 CRITICAL THEORY OF RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE
1 Antiquated Theories
2 Kantian Theory of Knowledge
3 Two Orders of Knowledge
4 Subjectivity of Religious Knowledge
5 Teleology
6 Symbolism
7 Conclusion
5 APPENDIX
1 Reply to Criticisms
39 1914 Initiation into Philosophy by Faguet, Émile 42,485W 170 2:50
1 ANTIQUITY
1 BEFORE SOCRATES
1 Philosophical Interpreters of Universe, of Creation & Constitution of World
2 SOPHISTS
1 Logicians & Professors of Logic, & Analysis of Ideas, & Discussion
3 SOCRATES
1 Philosophy Entirely Reduced to Morality, & Morality
2 Considered as End of all Intellectual Activity
4 PLATO
1 Plato, like Socrates, Pre-eminently Moralist, but Reverts to General Consideration of Universe, & Deals with Politics & Legislation
5 ARISTOTLE
1 A Man of Encyclopaedic Learning: as Philosopher, more especially Moralist & Logician
6 VARIOUS SCHOOLS
1 Development in Various Schools of General
2 Ideas of Socrates, Plato, & Aristotle
7 EPICUREANISM
1 Epicureanism Believes that Duty of Man is to seek Happiness, & Happiness Consists in Wisdom
8 STOICISM
1 Passions are Diseases which can & must be Extirpated
9 ECLECTICS & SCEPTICS
1 Philosophers who Wished to Belong to No School
2 Philosophers who Decried All Schools & All Doctrines
10 NEOPLATONISM
1 Reversion to Metaphysics. Imaginative Metaphysicians after Manner of Plato, but in Excess
11 CHRISTIANITY
1 Philosophic Ideas which Christianity Welcomed, Adopted, or Created: How it must Give a Fresh Aspect to All Philosophy, even that Foreign to Itself
       
2 MIDDLE AGES
1 4 - 1200s
1 Philosophy is only an Interpreter of Dogma.
2 Dogma by Authority of Religion, it is a Heresy. Orthodox & Heterodox
3 Interpretations. Some Independent Philosophers
2 1200s
1 Influence of Aristotle. His Adoption by Church
2 Religious Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas
3 13 - 1400s
1 Decadence of Scholasticism. Forebodings of Coming Era
2 Great Moralists. Kabbala. Sorcery
4 1500s
1 It Is Fairly Accurate to Consider that from Point of View
2 of Philosophy, Middle Ages Lasted until Descartes
3 Free-thinkers More or Less Disguised
4 Partisans of Reason Apart from Faith, of Observation, & of Experiment
 
3 MODERN TIMES
1 1600s
1 Descartes. Cartesianism
2 CARTESIANS
1 1600s under Influence of Descartes
2 Port-Royal, Bossuet, Fénelon, Malebranche, Spinoza, Leibnitz
3 1600s ENGLISH PHILOSOPHERS
1 Locke: His Ideas on Human Liberty, Morality,
2 General Politics, & Religious Politics
4 1700s ENGLISH PHILOSOPHERS
1 Berkeley: Highly Idealist Philosophy which Regarded Matter as Non-existent
2 David Hume: Sceptical Philosophy
3 Scottish School: Philosophy of Common Sense
5 1700s FRENCH PHILOSOPHERS
1 Voltaire a Disciple of Locke
2 Rousseau a Free-thinking Christian, but deeply Imbued with Religious Sentiments
3 Diderot a Capricious Materialist
4 D'Holbach & Helvetius Avowed Materialists
5 Condillac a Philosopher of Sensations
6 KANT
1 Kant Reconstructed all Philosophy by Supporting it on Morality
7 1800s GERMANY
1 Great Reconstructors of World
2 Analogous to 1st Philosophers of Antiquity
3 Great General Systems, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, etc.
8 1700s ENGLAND
1 Doctrines of Evolution & Transformism: Lamarck (French), Darwin, Spencer
9 1800s FRANCE
1 Eclectic School: Victor Cousin
2 Positivist School: Auguste Comte
3 Kantist School: Renouvier
4 Independent & Complex Positivists: Taine, Renan