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CONTENTS OF VOL. III.

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Rupture with the Mohammedan Retreat of the Russians from the

powers on the accession of Ni south of Schumla,

25

cholas,

1 Operations before Varna,

il.

Advantages gained by Russia over Siege of Varna,

26

Persia,

2 Defeat of the Russians,

27

Statistics of Russia,

3 Fall of Varna,

28

Negotiations between Russia and Operations before Widdin,

29

Turkey,

ib. Abandonment of the siege of Silis-

Destruction of the janizaries, ib. tria, and retreat of the Russians, ib.

Executions in Constantinople, 6 The campaign in Asia,

30

Effect of this revolution on the ne Siege of Kars,

31

gotiations,

ib. Appearance of the plague in the

Civil reforms of the Sultan,

7

Russian army,

32

Conferences at Ackerman,

ib. Capture of Akhalzikh,

33

Sultan Mahmoud continues his re Nocturnal attack on the Turkish

forms,

9

camp,

34

Reforms of Nicholas in Russia, ib. | Assault of the town,

36

Operations in Persia,

10 Reduction of Alskhúr and Ardagan, 37

Peace with Persia, .

12 Results of the campaign,

ib.

Preparations for war with Turkey, 13 Paskewitch’s plans, and formation of
Fresh rupture with Persia, and con-

Mohammedan corps,

ib.
clusion of peace,

ib. Defensive measures of the Porte in
Recriminations of the Russians and Asia,

38

Turks,

ib. Assassination of the Russian min:

Forces of the Russians,.

14 ister at Teheran, and siege of

Passage of the Pruth,

15 Akhalzikh by the Turks,

il.

Forces of the Turks,

ib. Measures of Paskewitch against the

Russian plan of the campaign, 16 Persians,

40

Passage of the Danube by the Rus Opening of campaign with the Turks, ib.

sians,

17 Defeat of Hadgi Hassan,

41

Fall of Kustendji,

18 Battle of Kainly:

43

Siege of Brahilov,

ib. Storming of the intrenched campat

Turkish system of defence,

20 Milli-Duz,

44

Capture of Anapa,

ib. Advance of Paskewitch against Has-

Combat of Bazardjik,

21 san-Kale, and its fall, .

45

Cavalry actions,

ib. Fall of Erzeroum,

46

General cavalry action before Further movements,

ib.

Schumla,

22 Submission of the Pachå of Mush,

Blockade of Schumia,

ib. and of Baibout,

il.

Journey of the Emperor to Odessa, Disaster before Khart,

47
and measures adopted there, 23 Defeat of the Turks in Guriel, and

Operations before Schumla,

24 subsequentchecks of the Russians, ib.

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Advantages of Charles X. on his And of M. de Serres,

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accession,

70 Recognition of the independence of

His character.
il. St Domingo,

il.

The Duke d'Angoulême is declared Negotiations for the independence

Dauphin,

71 of the Spanish colonies,

87

The secret Camarilla of ecclesiastics, 72 Legislative measures regarding St
Entry of the King into Paris, ib. Domingo,

ib.
Abolition of the censorship of the Law of entail,

88

press,

73 Finances of 1826 and 1827,

92

Increase of the Jesuits' influence at Measures of the Jesuits, .

il.

the court,

74 Preceptor to the Duke of Bordeaux, ib.

Their opponents in the Chambers Law against the liberty of the

and the press,

75

press,

93

General prosperity in France, ib. Riot at the funeral of the Duke de la

Measure regarding the army, 76 Rochefoucauld,

Opening of the Chambers: strength Review of the National Guard, il.

of parties,

ib. | Disbanding of the National Guard, 96

Flourishing state of the finances, 77 Treaty on Greece, and convention

Restoration of the estates of the regarding the slave-trade,

97

Orléans family,

ib. Financial projects and embarrass-

Law of indemnity to the sufferers ment of the Government,

ib.

by the Revolution,

78 New creation of Peers, and dissolu-

Distribution of the indemnity,

83 tion of the Chambers, .

98

Law against sacrilege,

ib. Elections and riots in Paris,

100

Law regarding religious societies of Recriminations of Ministers and the

women,

84

Jesuits,

il.

Measure for the reduction of the Dissolution of the Villele Adminis.

debt,

ib.

tration,

101

Coronation of the King, .

85 Character of N. de Martignac,

Prosecutions against the Liberai Answer of the King to the Address, 103:

press,

ib. Legislative measures of the session, ib.

Death and character of General Foy, ib. New law regarding the press, 104

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Law against the Jesuits, .

104 | Law for the departmental munici-

Preparations for a change of Minis palities,

107

try,

105 The King withdraws his measures, ib.

Opening of the Chambers,

106 State of the Legislature at the close

Speech of Prince Polignac,

ib. of the session,

108

State of parties in the Assembly, : ib. Prince Polignac Premier,

ib.

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Prince Polignac: his biography, &c., 109 Proceedings of the Liberal chiefs, 144

Character of M. de la Bourdonnaye, 110 State of affairs at St Cloud, and

M. de Bourmont,

111 firmness of the King,

145

M. de Montbel, M. de Courvoisin, Forces on the opposite sides on the

and M. de Chabrol,

io. morning of the 29th,

146

Violence of the Liberal press and Mission of M. Arago to Marmont, ib.

preparations of the Liberals, 112 Resolution of the deputies at M. La-

Lafayette's triumphant journey in fitte's,

147

the south,

ib. The Louvre is carried by the insur-

Retreat of M. de la Bourdonnaye, : 113

gents,

143

M. Guizot,

ib. Marmont's first interview with

M. Berryer,

114 Charles X. at St Cloud,

M. Thiers,

ib. Deliberation in the Council,

150

Prince Polignac's Memoir,

115 Ineffectual attempt to make a Min-

Hostility of the press to the Polignac istry under M. de Montemart, 151

Ministry,

117 Completion of the Revolution at

Opening of the Chambers,

118 Paris,

152

Votes on the Presidency,

ib. Last attempt at negotiation, il.

Debate on the Address,

119 The Duke of Orléans refuses the

Measures of Ministers,

122 lieutenancy-general of the king-

The King's answer, :

ib. dom,

il.

Prorogation of the Chambers, . 123 Abdication of Charles X.;

154
Prosecutions against the press, ib. Revolutionary army which set out
Report of the Finance Minister,

from Paris for Rambouillet, 155

Expedition to Algiers,

126 Falsehoods told the King by Marshal

Battle of Sidi-Feruch,

128 Maison,

ib.

Fall of Algiers,

129 Journey to Maintenon, and fareweli

Statistics of Algiers,

130 to the Guard,

156

Agreement with Russia for extend

Journey to Cherbourg,

157

ing the French frontier to the Last interview of the King and

Rhine, .

131 Prince Polignac,

ib.

Dissolution of the Chambers, : ib. His embarkation at Cherbourg, 158

The elections,

132 Charles's error in the conflict, 159

Resolution of the Cabinet on a coup Objects of the Liberal Opposition, il.

ib. Error of the King in the ground he

The ordonnances,

135 took for resistance,

160

Total want of preparation for the Want of preparation on the part of

coup d'état,

136 the Government, .

161

Commencement of the insurrection, 138 Effects of the treachery of the

The first disturbance,

ib.

troops,

162

Attitude and security of the Court, 139 Error of the military commanders

Meeting of the Liberal chiefs at Ca on this occasion,

163

simir Perier's,

140 Mode of combating an urban insur-

Marmont's plan of operations, ib. rection,

164

Contest on the 28th,

141 Influence’of the Parti-prêtre on the

Measures of the Government and Government,

165

Marshal Marmont,

142) Vehemence of the opposition which

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