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Write me what effect this horrible piece of bad luck has pro-
duced in the Chamber. I believe the deputies will feel
convinced that their duty, in this crowning moment, is to
rally round me, and save France. Pave the way, so that
they may support me worthily. Above all, let them show
courage and decision !



INDEX



ABBAYE, prison of the, 338.

Abrantes, Portugal, 66.

Duke of. See Junot.

Agen, Lot-et-Garonne, letter dated thence,
100.

Agoult, d', General, 201.

Ahab, king of Israel, 43.

Aix, Benches du Rhone: the Tope's letter
to the Chapter, 221 ; mineral waters of
Aix, 1 80.

Archbishop of, Monsignor Champion

de Cice, 119.

Aix-la-Chapelle, 144, 161 ; the Empress
Josephine to take the mineral waters
there (1810), 180.

Albany, Madame d', 128.

Albert, the Archduke, 130.

Albignac, Mons. d', 138.

Alcantara, Portugal, 67.

Aldini, Minister and Secretary of State
in the Kingdom of Italy : measures to
be taken by him during the Pope's
residence at Savona, 154.

Alengon, Orne, letter dated from that
town, 236.

Alexander I., Emperor of Russia, his
troops at Corfu well treated by the
French, 46. See Russia.

Alexandria, Egypt, 13, 1 6.

Algarves, 54

Ali Pacha, 91.

Allemand, Vice-Admiral, 292.*

Almeida, Portugal, 65, 66, 71.

Alquier, Baron, 7.

Ambassadors, French, their salary not to
be seized, 206.

foreign, their correspondence to be

examined, 75.

America, United States of : M. de Cham-
pagny ordered to request the Minister
from that country may be recalled, 170;
trade arrangements concluded by the
Emperor, 192 ; American vessels cap-
tured in the Baltic to be retained as
sailing under English convoy (Septem-
ber 1811), 248.



Amsterdam, Holland : Marmont goes
there to negotiate a loan, 6; the French
Ambassador's servants ill treated by the
populace (May 1810), 184 ; the cannon
found there to be sent to France, 190;
Napoleon keeps the Palace for his own
use, 194; discontent and complaint
amongst the townsmen, a riot against
Custom-house officers (Sept. 1810),
202-204 ; steps to be taken to insure
peace in the town, vagrants to be ar-
rested (March 1811), 229, 230 ; disturb-
ance (May 1811), stringent measuies
ordered, 234, 235 ; letters dated from
Amsterdam, 252-254 ; reference to the
town, 149, 162.

Anarchists, 93, 94.

Ancona, the Legations united to the King-
dom of Italy (May 1808), 87 ; licences
granted for that port, 193.

Andalus'a. See Army of Andalusia.

Andreossy, General Count : letter to him,
as Governor of Vienna, 128 ; measures
to be taken to keep order in Vienna
and put down attempted revolts (June
1809), 128-131 ; referred to, 114.

Angers, Maine-et- Loire, gendarmes to be
sent there (i3th May 1815), 339.

Anglican Church, persecution of the Irish
Catholics, 41.

Angouleme, Due d', 334, 335.
Duchesse d', 333.



Anstett, Mons., Russian Plenipotentiary
at Prague, 308, 313.

Antonio, Infant Don, 77, 84, 86. See
Ferdinand.

Antwerp, Belgium : ships arriving in the
port, and giving themselves out as
American, to be seized, 56, 57 ; smug-
glers, 89 ; importance of defending the
dockyards, 160; the town abandoned
by King Louis' guard when the English
landed (1809), 161 ; Bessieres to take
cannon from Antwerp (1809), 165;
arrest of Beguines (1810), 190; verdict
of the Brussels Court of Assize on the
349



350



NEW LETTERS OF NAPOLEON I



Antwerp Octroi case (Augusti8i3), 314;
armament of the fortress, 325 ; letters
dated from Antwerp, 249, 250 ; refer-
ence to the town, 149, 153.

Aragon, 209.

Aranda de Duero, letter dated thence,
108.

Araujo, Mons. d', n, 12, 14, 17.

Arberg, Mons. d', 123.

Arco, Mons. d', Colonel in the Bavarian
army, 139.

Arezzo, Tuscany, 108.

Argenson, Mons. de Voyer d', Prefect of
the Deux-Nethes, reprimanded for fail-
ing in deference to a Geneial, 259.

Argenton, Mons. d', Adjutant-Major of
Dragoons, his treachery and trial, 131,
132, 133, 134, 164, 165.

Argus, newspaper. 68.

Armand, actor, gratuity allotted him,
3H.

Army, 'Grande Armee,' or 'Armee
d'Allemagne ' : troops withdrawn from
Germany, to be sent to Spain (Aug.
1808), effective strength of troops left
in Germany, 102 ; reinforcements pro-
vided by conscription, 103 ; mistakes
made by King Jerome, 134, 135-139;
Marshal Lefebvre in the Tyrol, 139,
140; various operations (Aug. 1809),
144, 145; strength of the army, 154;
the Russian campaign, 262, 263, 264,
265 ; severe measures to be app'itd to
Germany, 267-269 ; Davout marches
on Hamburg, 284 ; the Emperor's fete-
day to be kept by the army, 309, 310 ;
orders sent to Gouvion St. Cyr, 316,
317.

of Andalusia, its effective strength

(Oct. 1810), 209.

of Batavia, 6.

of Egypt, assistance to be sent it

from Spain, 7-9.

of Spain : concentration of troops

(March 1808), 71, 72; troops are not
to be scattered, 83 ; various military
operations and movements (July 1808),
100, 101 ; operations ordered (Sept.
1808), 104, 105 ; the E >gli.sh defeated,
112; various operations (Jan. 1809),
114, 115 ; strength of M order's and
Soult's corps, 163 ; peculation, 200,
201 ; positions occupied and effective
strength (Oct. 1810), 209; General
Gardanne's mistakes, 222 ; the defeat
at Vittoria; Soult the Emperor's



Lieutenant in Spain (1813), 293-296;

all wives of generals and officers to be

sent back across the Garonne, 309.
Army of Italy, the Emperor wishes to

raise it to 100,000 men (Sept. 1808),

103.
of the North, Bessieres placed in

command (Nov. 1809), measures he is

to take, 165.

of the West, I, 3, 4.

of Portugal, ordered to march on

Lisbon, 53-55 ; assistance it might
furnish in case of certain events in
Spain, 67, 71 ; its effective strength
(1810), 209.

of the Pyrenees, 6.



of the Rhine, its victories, 8.

Bavarian, Bavarian troops with the



Grande Armee (1813), 281.

Spanish : Spanish troops support



Junot's expedition into Portugal, 55,
67 ; orders to Murat to write and
advise the Generals commanding the
Spanish army to tiust the Emperor,
82; Murat to take command (April
1808), 84.

Dutch. See Holland.



Portuguese, steps to be taken with

regard to it at the time of Junot's con-
quest of the country, 66.

Westphalian : P'rench troops not to

be placed under Westphalian officers,
91 ; cuirassier regiment raised by the
King, 214; must be reformed after
the Russian campaign, 265 ; its fidelity
not to be counted on, 281, 282.

Arrest of persons suspected or accused of
crime, 57, 58, 89, 99, 144, 184, 231,
241, 242, 337, 338, 339, 346.

Artillery, guns and artillery waggons
burnt during the Russian campaign,
257 ; Naval cadets and midshipmen to
be formed in the companies of gunners
(May 1815), 346, 347.

Assonville, Major d', 167.

Asti, Italy, the Vicar-General and five
Canons arrested, 217, 218, 219, 221.

Asturias, Prince of the. See Ferdinand

VII.

Augereau, General Marshal, and Duke
of Castiglione : letter addressed to h ; m
when in command of the army in
Batavia, 6 ; he is to be asked to report
on General Duhesme's behaviour (April
1810), 179 ; struck off the list of Mar-
shals (March 1815), 333.



INDEX



351



Augusta, Princess of Bavaria : letter to be
sent by her to the Bavarian States-
General on ihe subject of their wedding
present to her, 27.

Aultanne, General d', 335.

Aurich, Ems Oriental, sailors revolt
(May 1811), 233.

Austerlitz, battle of, 20, 132.

Austria : its position after Austerlitz, 30 ;
must be forced to drive away the
English Ambassador, 46, 47 ; re-
cognises Joseph as King of Spain, 101 ;
the German Princes and great land-
owners in the A'-strian service recal'ed
within the confines of the Rhenish
Confederation, 116, 117, 118, 119;
sequestration of the property of those
who refuse, 124, 125 ; spy system to be
organised in Austria, 118; Napoleon
forges Viennese bank-notes to ruin
Austrian credit and make war impos-
sible, 155, 156, 162, 313; the motives
of his Au.^trian alliance (Feb. 1810),
173, 174; no overture made by Austria
to Englnnd (June 1810), 188 ; the pro-
perty of French and Belgian officers
in Austria sequestrated, June 1811,
237 ; the negotiations to be delayed
(June 1813), 287, 288; Fonche advises
the Emperor to strike at the Austiian
paper currency, 313 ; possible Austrian
conditions for concluding an armistice
(Jan. 1814), 328. _

Aus ; ria, Marie Louise of, Empress of the
French. See Marie Louise.

Autichamps, Mons. d', ordered to pro-
ceed to Paris (May I3th, 18151, 340;
a price set on his head, 344.

Avignon, Vaucluse, 95, 122.

Avril, General, peculation during his
command in Spain, 201.

Ayme, Mons., and the Spanish crown
jewels, 246.

Azara, Mons., Spanish ambassador in
France, n, 17, 18.



BACKER. Mons., 119.

Badajos, Spain, 67.

Treaty of, 1 6.

Baden, Grand Duchy of: complaint to be
made concerning the conduct of Prince
Louis, and the vexatious treatment of
Catholics and of troops which have
served with the French (March 1810),
174, 175-

24



Ba^en, Prince Louis of, complaints of his
conduct, Napoleon demands he shall
leave Baden territory, 174, 175.

Margravine of, 30.

Stephanie de Beauharnais, Prin-
cess of, letters addressed to her, 30.

Bagrntion, Prince, Moldavian campa'gn,
1 66; Russian campaign, July 1812,
263.

Baige, kingdom of Naples, 73.

Bakers, bonus given on each sack of flour
they purchase (2Oth October 1811),

253-

Baltic, the, 136, 137.
Bank of France, may lend money to

Spain on the security of the crown

jewels 88.
Banishment to the provinces, and enforced

residence there, 27, 28, 39, 89, 144,

167-8, 169, 186, 195, 196, 257.
Baptiste-Cadet, actor, gratuity allotted

to him, 314.

Barbaiy Coast, the Regencies, 9, 68.
Barbe-Marbois, Minister of the Public

Exchequer, letter addressed to him, 21.
Barberi, Canon of Asti, anested, 217.
Barl ier, actor, gratuity allotted to him,

3H-

Barcelona, General Duhesme to remain
there and keep order (March 1808),
71, 72 ; General Duhesme's accusation,
179.

Barntvelt, Grand Pensionary of Holland,
203.

Barral, Monsignor de, Bishop of Meaux,
Archbishop of Tours, letter addressed
to him, 21 ; he is to be given the sum
for which he has asked, and 6o,coo
fmncs for charitable purposes, 21.

Barthelemy, General, peculation in his
command, 201.

Baste, Rear-Adnrral, 251.

Bataviaj 6.
town of, 198.

Batz, Dutch fort, 159, 161, 165.

Bavaria, present from the States-General
to Princess Augusta, 28 ; the Emperor
demands the arrest of Schneider,
257 ; the Emperor desires General de
Wrede may command the Bavarian
troops with the Grand Armee (1813),
281.

Bayeux, Calvados, 89.

Baylen, capitulation of, 100, 105, 106.

iJayonne, General Leclerc's advance
guard to proceed there (Year IX. ), 13 ;



352



NEW LETTERS OF NAPOLEON I



the army massed there (1807), 46;
Napoleon's residence and the Spanish
Princes' arrival there, 76, 77, 79, 82,
84, 85 ; the postmaster dismissed, 109;
letters dat-d thence, 76-97.

Rayreuth, Bavaria, 102, 136, 138.

Beauchamp, Mons. de, 45.

Beauharnais, Mons. de, French ;i i4er
in Madrid, receives the Order of St.
Leopold, 236.

Beaumont, General, 139, 144.

Beaupreau, Maine et Loire, 126, 127.

Beauvau, Leon de, 173.

Beiramar, province of, 13.

Belair, Ge era), 105.

Belgium, bad feeling (Aug. 1809), 144 ;
families and individuals obliged to
settle in Fiance, 144, 168 ; youths
forced to enter Lycees, military schools,
or regiments, 168; Belgian officers in
the Austrian service not to enter
Belgium, 199; agiiaiion by the English;
despatch of flying columns, gendarmes,
and police agents, severe measures
(Dec. 1813), 323, 324.

Belliard, General, Governor of Madrid,
8 1 ; his weak government strong
measures against the rioters necessary,
114, 115.

Bclloy, Monsignor de, Archbish ^p of
Paris : the First Con.-ul requests he
may be appointed Cardinal, 20.

Benavente, Spain, letters dated thence,

III, 112.

Berg, Grand Duchy of: troops of the
Grand Duchy, 124, 138; disturbances
(Jan. 1813), 269, 270.

Bergen-op-Zoom, Holland : the King
of Holland's headquarters removed
thither (1809), 148; entrance of the
French troops (Jan. 1810), 170; sup-
plies for the fortress (Dec. 1813), 325 ;
referred to, 165.

Berlin : Berlin merchants smugg^ goods
through the blockaded ports, 235 ;
letter dated thence, 35.

Bernadotte, Marshal, Prince of Ponte-
Corvo, Prince Royal of Sweden : letter
addressed to him, 200 ; at Libnitz,
126 ; bad behaviour at Wagram, 140 ;
makes money at Hamburg and Elbing,
157 ; Fouche desired by the Emperor
to remonstrate about his orders of the
day to the Saxons and the National
Guard, and his intercourse with in-
triguing persons (i2th Sept. 1809),



157 ; the Emperor authorises him, on
being elected Prince Royal of Sweden,
to assume Swedish nationality, but he
is never to bear arms against France,
200; referred to, 64, 149, 152.

Bernstorf, Mons. de, 76.

Berthier, Alexandre, General, Marshal,
Prince de Neufchatel and de Wagram :
letters addressed to him, 9, 29, 30,
35- 75' 9i, 99, no, 114, 131, 144,

185, 2OO, 2OI, 222, 284, 285, 291, 316;

ordered to remonstrate with the King
of Westphalia, 91.

General Cesar, blamed for inviting

the deported priests in Corsica to
dinner, 243.

Madame, Princess of Neufchatel,
332.

Berlin de Vaux, Messrs., editors of the
J> urnaldes Debats, 43, 210, 211.

f>erto, Canon of Florence, 220.

Bertoni, servant to the Pope, 225.

Bertrand, General, Count : letter ad-
dressed to him as Governor-General of
the Illyrian provinces, 240 ; his corps
d'armee stationed at Coburg (April
1 8 13), 280.

Besnardiere, Mons. la, 327."

Besneval, General, 51.

Bessieres, Marshal, Due d'Istrie : letters
addressed to him, 81, 165 ; he com-
mands at Burgos (April 1808), 77,
8 1 ; battle of Medina de Rio-Seco,
101 ; ordered to expel the English
from Holland, 165 ; his affairs arranged
after his death, 123 ; referred to, 149.

Madame, Duchesse d'Istrie, the

Grand Chancellor ordered to arrange
her affairs (1813), 312.

Bethencourt, General, 3.

Beugnot, Comte Councillor of State, in
the King of Westphalia's service, 61,
70, 71.

Bezu, St.- Germains (Aisne), letter dated
thence, 331.

P>idassoa, the, 301.

Bigna-co, Italy, 37.

Bi^ot de Preameneu, Minister of Public
Worship, letters addressed to him, 112,
119, 143, 156, 198, 218, 266, 274. See
Public Worship.

Bilbao, Galicia, 104, 105.

Billiot, consul at Stettin : his improper
behaviour to a general officer, 200 ;
appointed by mistake to Riga, his
affair with General Liebert, 214.



INDEX



353



Biscay : the country to be disarmed, 104 ;
peculation in that province, 201.

Bishops : the Pope refuses to confer can-
onical institution on those appointed
by the Emperor, 222 ; they are to take
the oath to the Regent, 286. See
Public Worship.

Blacas, Mons. de, 338.

Blangy, Seine Inferieure, 338.

Blockade, the continental, attempts to
elude it, and seizure of ships which
have broken it, 56, 57 ; not strictly ob-
served in Holland, 160 ; applied to
Germany, 238 ; seizure of American
ships which have broken it, 248. See
Licences, and English and Colonial
Merchandise.

Blois, Loire et Cher, 332.

Blucher, Prussian General, 126.

Bohemia, referred to, 137, 138.

Bois-le-Duc, Holland, preparation of the

fortress (Dec. 1813), 323;
. Bnis-le-Roi, Seine et Marne, 48.

Bologna, Italy, 135.

Bonneville, printseller, 218.

Books and printed matter, police matters
connected with, 123, 178, 205, 213,
228, 239.

Bordeaux, Gironde : troops collecting
there, 13 ; hostility of the local nobility
to the Government, 49 ; licencesgranted
to the town, 192 ; the national guard
to be disarmed and measures taken to
put down evil-disposed persons (June
1815), 345, 346; referred to, 56, 57;
letter dated thence, 100.

Archbishgp of, his Pastoral, 1 12.

Borghese, Prince Camillo, Governor-
General of the Transalpine Depart-
ment : letters addressed to him, 147,
164, 217, 218, 222, 233, 235.

Pauline Bonaparte, Princess. See

Pauline Bonaparte.

Borgia, Caesar, 19.

Borna, Saxony, letter from, 283.

Bouches-de-l : Escaut, Department, flying

columns sent there (Dec. 1813), 324.
Bouillerie, Baron de la, letter addressed

to him, 331.
Boulogne-sur-Mer, flotilla and camp, 46;

the police commissary a bumptious

chatterbox, 251 ; letters dated thence,

25, 26, 27.

Bourbon, the Duke of, 340.
Bourbon, the Duchess of, 333.
the Cardinals, 19.



Bourbonne, Allier, 180.

Bourbons, the, reasons which release the
army from its oath to them, 347.

Bourgoin, Mile, gratuity allotted her,
3H-

Bourgoing, Baron, Minister in Saxony :
he imperils the dignity of France, 98 ;
spy system to be organised in Austria,
118 ; he is to have no intercourse with
King Louis (Aug. 1810), 199.

Bourmont, Mons. de : agrees to the paci-
fication, 2 ; has not disarmed his band,
3; reference to a letter froni him to
General Brune, 4, 5 ; goes to Paris
and sees the First Consul, 5.

Bourrienne, Mons. : order to return the
portrait given him by the King of
Westphalia, 162, 163 ; the Emperor
displeased with his conduct at Ham-
burg, 163 ; his peculations in that
town, 292 ; a letter from Hamburg
about him, information concerning
him to be secretly collected, 247.

Braunau, Austria: the French Ambassa-
dor's despatches seized there (March
1809), 121 ; letter dated thence, 124.

Brayer, General, his flying column in
the Vendee, 343.

Bread-stuffs, bonus given on every sack
of flour bought by the bakers (2Oth Oct.
1811), 253.

Breda, Holland : entrance of the French
troops (Jan. 1810), 170; the Emperor
desires an attempt may be made to
retake the fortress, its armament (Dec.
1813), 324, 325; referred to, 165.

Bremen, licences granted to the port,
192, 193.

Brenier, General, is to march troops to a
point in the Grand Duchy of Berg,
where riots have occurred (Jan. 1813),
269.

Bresson de Valensolles, Mons., 341.

Brest : vagrants are to be sent there and
on to St. Domingo, 5.

Brinddsi, Italy, 74, 212.

Brixen, Tyrol, 143.

Bruce, Dutch General, 159.

Bruges, Belgium, picked gendarmes sent
to keep order (Dec. 1813), 324.

Brogneres, Mons., aide-de-camp to the
King of Westphalia, 330.

Bruix, Vice-Admiral, to appear before
Cadiz, II, 12; blockaded in Brest by
inferior forces, is to leave port and
give them chase, 18, 19.



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NEW LETTERS OF NAPOLEON I



Brune, General Marshal : letter to him
when commanding the army of the
West, i ; orders to prepare the Western
Departments against attempted land-
ing, i; to send troops towards Vannes,
2 ; Bourmont's letter to him, 4, 5 ;
orders to be sent him as to the Royalist
movement at Marseilles (i8th May
1815), 341.

Briinn, Moravia, letter from, 159.

Brunswick, city of, colonial merchandise
there, 21 1 ; merchants who smuggle
goods. through the continental block-
ade, 235 ; threat of exemplary punish-
ment for bad behaviour, 262.

Duke of, his body not to be

brought back to Brunswick, 35 ; pas-
sage with reference to him in Mme de
StaeTs book to be suppressed, 205.
Fair, 242.



Bubna, Count, 286.

Bucharest, 36, 166.

Bunzlau, Saxony, letter from, 288.

Buol, Austrian General, 139.

Burghausen, Bavaria, letter from, 124.

Burgos, Spain : the Spanish King and
Princes pass through it in 1808, 77,
82, 83 ; no riot in the town, 87 ; it is
to be occupied in force (Sept. 1808),
104 ; letters dated thence, 107, 108 ;
referred to, 104.

Busca, Mons., II.

Bylandt, Mons., to remain in Holland
(1810), 198.

CADIZ, 8, 10, n, 12, 46.

Cadoudal, Georges. See Georges.

Cadzand. island of, 148, 152.

Caen, Calvados, letters from, 235, 236.

Caffarelli, General, 303.

Cagliari, Sardinia, 196.

Cahors, Lot, the Mayor accused of dis-
honesty about the conscription, 247.

Calvaire, Trappist Monastery of the, 242.

Cambaceres, Prince, Grand Chancellor of
the Empire, letters to him, 38, 93, 94,
97, 126, 167, 279, 286, 290, 292, 293,
294, 299, 303, 306, 314, 318, 319, 321,
3 2 9, 33 ! 334, 3375 he is ordered to
smooth over matters between the
Minister and Prefect of Police, 93, 94,
97, 98 ; to preside over the Council of
Ministers, in the Emperor's absence,
151 ; instructions for misconduct as
regards King Louis (Nov. 1813), 321,
322.



Campa, the Pope's florist at Savona, 225.

Campi, Mons., 8.

Campochiaro, Mons., 250.

Campo Formic, treaty of, 17.

Canning, Mr., 78.

Cantal, Department of the, refractory
conscripts, 26.

Capraja, isle of, 243.

Caprara, Cardinal, letter to him from the
Pope, 158.

Caraffa, Spanish General, 82, 84.

Cardinals, the, kept away from Savona,
154 ; sent to France, and summoned
to Paris (1809), 156, 158; sum al-
lotted for their support, 156; one of
them fails to attend the Emperor's
marriage, 176; the Emperor allows
them to remain at Savona, on condition
they interfere in nothing, 252 ; they
are left at Fontainebleau on the same
condition (April 1813), 276, 277; they
are to be sent to the Genoese Riviera,
to Provence, or Languedoc (Jan. 1814),

329.

Caricatures, 112.
Carinthia, Il8.
Carlos, Infant Don, 86. See Ferdinand

VII.

Carlsbad, 304.

Casimir, King of Poland, 20.

Cassel, Hesse, 97, 137, 138.

Cassini, Mons. and Mme, 168.

Castelfranco, Prince of, 120.

Castiglione, Duke of. See Augereau.

Castile, Old, 82.

Castile, Council of, 88.

Castlereagh, Lord, 328.

Cattaro, Dalmatia, 46 ; instructions sent
to General Bertrand for organising the
province (July 1811), 240.

Caulaincourt, General, Due de Vicence :
letters to him, 327, 336 ; his reception
at St. Petersburg, 68, 69 ; difficulty as
to the precedence of the Prince of
Oldenburg, 113: exceeds his instruc-
tions as to negotiating with Russia,
(1810), 178 ; instructions to be sent
him to reassure Russia as to supposed
French negotiations with England and
Austria ([une 1810), 188, 189.

Cavalleri, Canon of Asti, his arrest, 217.

Cavalry, utterly destroyed by cold in the
Russian campaign, 264.

Ceccarini, the Pope's surgeon, 225.

Cervara, Trappist Monastery at, 242,
243-



INDEX



355



Cesena, Italy, 337.

Cevallos, Mons. de, 83, 84.

Ceylon, 15.

Chaban, Count, Councillor of State,
ordered to return to his post at Ham-
burg, which he had no business to
leave, 271.

Chamartin, Castle of, letters from, 109,
no.

Chambarlhac, General : letter to him, 3 ;
he directs certain operations of the
Army of the West, I, 2, 3.

Chambery, Savoy, 17.

Chamber of Commerce, Paris, 141.

Champagny, Count de, Due de, Cadore :
letters to him, 26, 45, 47, 52, 68, 76, 91,
92,98, 102,110, in, 113, 114, 115, 1 16,
118, 125, 152, 155, 162, 166, 16.8, 170,
171, 173, 174, 176, 178, 186, 188, 197,
199, 200, 207, 210, 213, 214, 227 ;
circular to be sent to the Princes of
the Rhenish Confederation to obtain
the recall of all princes and great
landowners in the Austrian service,
116, 117, 118, 119; spy system to be
arranged in Austria, 118; information
to be imparted to Mons. de Metternich,
I 5 2 > I 53> intercourse with Persia,
Mons. Gardanne's mission, 153; in-
structions from Mons. de St. Marsan,
154; instructions to be sent to the
Duke of Vicenza (i7th Dec. 1809),
166, 167.

Champeaux, General, 2.

Chapelle-Largeau, Deux-Sevres, 230.

Chaptal, Count, reason he has not been
appointed Councillor of State, 18.

Charente Inferieure, Department of the,
arrest of refractory priests, 230.

Charles iv., King of Spain, would com-
mand the troops if he joined the army
in Portugal, 55 ; protests against his
abdication and appeals to Napoleon
(1808), 77, proceeds to Bayonne, 82-
85 ; interview with his son and with
Napoleon, 85 ; newspaper article about
him, 90 ; his plan of settling at Nice,
95 ; the documents relating to the
Queen of Etruria's behaviour to be
laid before him, 232, 241 ; his income
to be provided for in the treaty with
the Prince of the Asturias (Nov. 1813),

323-

the Archduke, 136.

Charpentier, General, in command of a

flying column in the Vendee( 1815), 343.



Chattel, General, blamed for having
quitted his post through cowardice,

317, 3 l8 -

Chasteler, Mons. de, 134, 169.

Chateaubriand, Mons. de, 43.

Chaudron, Loire Inferieuve, 127.

Chenier, Marie Joseph, 35.

Chevreuse, the Due de, orders to find out
whether he has a printing-press at
Dampierre, and an English governess
and four priests to bring up his children,
228.
Mme de, Lady of Honour, 90.

Chipault, Chef d'Escadron, 59.

Chouan War, references to the, 1-6. See
Vendee.

Cifenti, orders for his execution, 240.

Citerni, eating-house keeper in Paris,
116.

Ciudad Rodrigo, Spain, 53-55, 209.



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