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Civita Vecchia, Italy, 196, 218.

Clarke, General, Count D'Huneburg and
Due de Feltre : letters to him, 38, 53,
85, 105, 119, 126, 145, 148,151, 163,
164, 165, 179, 187, 190, 197, 206, 243,
244, 245, 248, 256, 268, 269, 271, 272,
275, 277, 278, 283, 295, 297, 300, 309,
310, 313 ; letter dictated by the First
Consul, 4 ; repressive measures to be
taken against the partisans in Germany,
38, 39 ; blamed for using the telegraph
to call on General Delmas to join the
army, 279 ; blamed for his letter to
King Joseph, after the battle of Vittoiia
(July "1813), 301, 306.

Clausel, General, left behind in the route
after Vittoria (1813), 300; retires on
Saragossa, 301.

Clauves-Briant, the brothers, 167.

Clement, aide-de-camp to Desaix, his
mission to Egypt, 7, 8.

General, 9.

Clergy. See Public Worship.

Coburg, 280.

Colaud, General, 149.

Colditz, Saxony, letter from, 283.

Collin de Sussy, Count, ordered to have
ships suspected of coming from England
searched, 56.

Colonels-in-Chief, 334.

Colorno, Italy, 95.

Comedie Francaise, gratuities to the
company which travelled to Dresden
(1813), 314.

Compiano, Duchy of Parma, 164.

Compiegne, letters from, 177-179, 247-



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249 ; assigned as a residence to King
Charles iv. of Spain, 95, 122.

Concordate of Fontainebleau, 268.

Conde, House of, 336.

Consalvi, Cardinal, 277.

Conscription a failure in certain Depart-
ments, Year XIII., 25 ; levy of 140,000
men (1808), 103 ; levy of 80,000 men
(1809), 153; dishonest practices con-
nected with the conscription in the
Lot, 247.

Conscripts, refractory, 26, 324 ; orders
to give greater liberty to those shut up
in the citadel of Re who are dying for
want of space, 244.

Conspiracies and plots : conspiracy of
Lahorie, Riviere, etc., 27 ; the anar-
chist conspiracy, 93.

Contat, Mile Emily, gratuity allotted
her, 314.

Copenhagen, the English expedition, 45,
46.

Coppet, near Geneva, 28, 40, 92.

Corbineau, General, aide-de-camp to the
Emperor: in command of a flying
column in the Vendee (May 1815),

343-

Corboli, Vicar at Florence, 220.

Corfu, the Russian squadron takes shelter
there, 46 ; the Corfu expedition,
Cosmao's mistakes, 73, 74, 75 ; com-
munication with the island to be kept
open (Oct. 1810), 212.

Corn trade, 140-142, 192, 193.

Corsica, refractory Tuscan and Roman
priests deported thither, 218, 258.

Corunna, 12.

Cosmao, Rear- Admiral, the Corfu expedi-
tion, his failure, the Emperor's wrath,

73-75-

Cotentin, the, 119.

Cotes du Nord, Department of the, 45.

Cotogni, the Pope's footman at Savona,
225.

Cotton, trade in, 192-194.

Council of the Imperial family, 167.

of State, reasons why Chaptal and

Ganteaume have not been appointed to
it, 18 ; weeding out of the office em-
ployes (1815), 337.

Councillors of State, 94.

Courlay, Deux-Sevres, 230.

Courrier d'Espagne, the, 122.

Cracow, Poland, 1 1 8.

Crochaix, Mons. la, 45.

Crossen, 38.



Crown jewels, 21, 334, 335.

Spanish, 88, 246, 247.

Cuenca, Spain, 101.

Curacoa, island of, 17.

Curione, Canon of Asti, 217.

Customs officers, riot caused by them in

Amsterdam (Sept. 1810), 203, 204.
Custrin, Germany, 38, 39, 102.
Cuxhaven, port of, 285.
Czernitschef, Mons. de, aide-de-camp to

the Emperor of Russia, 228, 230.

DALMATIA. See Ragusa.

Duke of. See Soult.

Dambray, Mons., 335.

Dampierre, Chateau de, 228.

Charente Inferieure, 230.

Dani, Grand Vicar of Asti. 217.

Dantzig, licences granted to the port,
193; the garrison reinforced (1811),
228.

Daru, Count, letter to, 226.

Dauphin^, 29, 119.

David, King, 43.

Davout, Marshal, Prince d'Eckmiihl:
letters to him, 234, 238, 254, 288, 298,
304, 333, 334, 337, 338, 339, 341,
343 ; strength of his troops in Ger-
many, 102, 103; at Vienna, 126;
movements ordered in Mecklenburg,
severe measures to be taken in Ham-
burg after the capture of that town,
line of conduct to be followed as regards
Sweden and Mecklenburg (May 1813),
284, 285 ; execution of the severe
measures prescribed for Hamburg, 288,
304, 305 ; the Emperor's intentions as
to the fine of 48,000,000 to be paid by
Hamburg ; he gives Davout authority
to conclude an armistice, 298, 299,

35-

Decaen, General, indignation at his
evacuation of Willemstadt he is to be
brought before a court of inquiry (Dec.
1813), 324, 325.

Decazes, Mons., 155, 158.

Decorations, foreign, 48.

Decres, Vice-Admiral, Count and Duke,
letters to him, 291, 338, 346.

Defermon, Count, letter to him, 266.

Dejean (Monsignor), Bishop of Asti, 217.

Delaborde, General Count : orders issued
to him for putting down disturbances
in the Vendee and Anjou (May 1815),
339, 34 '> ne i s authorised to keep the
26th line regiment, to send flying



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columns through the Vendee, to raze
La Rochejaquelein's house to the
ground, 341, 342; his false system;
orders for the formation and direction
of his fl)ing columns (25th May 1815),

343-

Delmas, General, 279.

Delort, Adjutant-General, peculation in
Italy, 29.

Denmark furnishes a contingent for the
expedition against Sweden, 76 ; the
Emperor demands that the Hamburg
refugees shall be removed from Hoi-
stein, 289.

Denon, Mons., is to send his letters to
the Due de Cadore, 270.

Desaix, General, 8.

Desaugiers, Mons., 257.

Deserters, 324 ; conscript deserters, 26.

De-marest, Mons., 51, 185.

Desmasures, Abbe, 164.

Desportes, Felix, 17.

Despres, Messrs., 169.

Desprez, actor, gratuity allotted him,

3I4 :

Desruisseaux, Mons., 89.

Desure, Abbe and Grand Vicar of Ghent,

143-

Deux-Nethes, Department of the, refrac-
tory conscripts, 26 ; flying columns
sent into the Department (Dec. 1813),

324-

Deux-Sevres, Department of the, 28.
Dillon, Mme, 187.
Disturbances in the Departments, 127,

339, 340, 34i, 343, 344, 345- ^
Chouans.

Dolgorouki, Prince, Russian Minister at
Naples, in disfavour with the Emperor,
261.

Dombrowski, General, 288.

Donnadieu, Colonel, 135*

Doria, Cardinals, 156.

Monsignor, parted from the Pope

and exiled to Naples (Jan. 1811), 226.

Douai, Nord, 7.

Doubrowna, Poland, letter from, 264.

Doucin, refractory priest, 230.

Drainage works, 119.

Drake, Mons., 24, 58.

Dresden, Jerome Buonaparte to mass his
troops there (July 1809), 136-139; ball
to be given by the Imperial Guard on
the Emperor's fete-day, 310; letters
dated thence, 286, 288, 289, 290, 291,
292, 293, 294, 295, 296, 297, 298, 302,



303, 34, 306, 307, 308, 311, 312, 313,

314, 315, 316, 317.
Drouet d'Erlon, General, ordered to put

a stop to peculations and abuses in

Navarre and Biscay, 201 ; ordered to

send General Gardanne back to France,

222.

Drouot, General Count, letter to, 344.
Dubois, Prefect of Police, disagreement

with the Minister of Police, 93, 94, 97,

98.
Dufour, General, 119, 126.

Mons., 45,

Mme, 68.



Hugommier, General, 6.

Duhesme, General, at Barcelona, 7.1,
72 ; authorised to proceed to Paris to
explain the charges brought against
him at Barcelona (April 1810), 179.

Dumanoir, Rear-Admiral, 9, 10, 12.

Dunkirk, licensed ships to unload their
cargoes there, 192, 193.

Duperre, Vice-Admiral, 291.

Dupont, General Count, at Valladolid,
67 ; his army returns, 72 ; at Toledo,
83 ; capitulation of Baylen, 101, 102,
106.

Dupont-Chaumont, General, Minister in
Holland, ordered to take steps with
regard to the proposed re-establishment
of the nobility in Holland by King
Louis, 39, 40.

Dupont de Nemours, Mons., 141.

Durand, Baron, is to make private in-
quiries at Naples concerning the Spanish
crown jewels, 247; disagreement about
precedence with Prince Dolgorouki,
Russian Minister, 261.

Duroc, General, Due de Frioul : letters
to him, 95, 270 ; instructions as to the
journey of Charles IV., King of Spain,
to Nice, 95.

EBERSDORF, Austria, letters from, 126,

127.

Eckmuhl, battle of, 256.
Edessa, Bishop of, 277, 328.
Egypt referred to, 62. See Army of

TSuypt

Eisenach, Saxony, 281.
Elba, refractory priests sent there from

Tuscany, 224, 308.

Elberfeld, Grand Duchy of Berg, 269.
Elbing, Prussia, 157.
Elisa Bonaparte, Princess of Lucca and

Piombino, Grand Duchess of Tuscany,



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letters to her, 56, 150, 219, 224. 268,
308 ; her intercourse with Hainguerlot
disapprove^, 56; she prevents the
carrying out of the Emperor's orders,
128; has no right to interfere with
orders given by Ministers, 150; is
desired to treat the Florence Chapter,
which refuses to acknowledge the Arch-
bishop appointed by the Emperor, with
severity, 220.

Elysee, Palace, 333.

Emden, Ems Oriental, riot takes place
(May 1811), 233.

Emery, Abbe, 147.

Emigres, 48, 58 ; they shirk the conscrip-
tion for their children, who are sent by
force to St. Cyr, ill.

Ems Oriental. Department of the, severe
measures to l>e taken there, 235.

Ernouf, General, 335.

Erfurt, Germany, letters dated thence,
1 06, 318.

Eschwege, Hesse, 36.

Escoi'quiz, Can -n, former tutor to the
Spanish Princes, 83, 123, 128, 322.

Escurial, palace of the, 82, 83.

Esmenard, censor, dismissed, 230.

Espinay, Mons. de 1', the Emperor's or-
derly officer, 143.

Essling, battle of, 256.

Esterhazy, Prince, 68, 130.

Esteve, Count, ordered to pay over
10,000 francs to Mons. Fabre de
1'Aude, 21.

Estramadura, Spain, 15.

Etienne, Mons., Editor of the Journal
des Debats, 79, 122, 2',o.

Etruria, kingdom of, the recall of the
Nuncio demanded, 31.

Etruria, Queen of. See Marie Louise.

Eugene de Beauharnais, Prince : letters
to him, 24, 176, 179; report of his
marriage with the Queen of Etruria,
25 ; the Emperor warns him against a
dangerous woman. 26.

Eure, Department of the, the conscrip-
tion there a failure, 26.

Evreux, Eure, 2.

Exchequer, Public, expenditure of the
Empress Josephine, 255 ; sums owed
to the Imperial family, 342.

Eylau, battle of, 157, 256.

FABRE DE L'AUDE, President of the
Finance section of the Tribunate : letter
to him, 21.



Falaise, Calvados, 260.

Farge, printer, 213.

Farnese Palace, Rome, 254.

Fay, Mons., 58.

Fenestrelle, fortress of, 57, 108, 120, 140,
145, 147, 154, 1 68, 190, 217, 218, 220.

Ferdinand Vll., Prince of the Asturias,
King of Spain : letter to him, 323 ;
his father abdicates, Napoleon does
not recognise him as King, 77, 80,
82, 83 ; Savary ordered to conduct
him to Bayonne, 76 78 ; at Bayonne,
82 ; coldly received by his father, 85 ;
sent to Valencay with his uncle and
bro'her, their income, police measures
regarding them, 86, 87, 106, 107 ; their
correspondence intercepted, 92 ; their
Spanish servants dismissed, 123 ; ar-
rest of a supposed English emissary at
Valen9ay, 177 ; report of his marriage
with an Austrian princess, 211 ; docu-
ments relative to the Qu^en of Etruri i's
behaviour to be subm tted to him, 232 ;
he is forbidden to make exped tions
on horseback, 234 ; Comte La<"orest is
sent to Valenay to treat for the return
of the Piinces to Spain (Nov. 1813),
296.

Ferrol, Spain, 10, II.

Fesch, Cardinal Archbishop of Lyons,
Grand Almoner : letter to him, 239 ;
the Emperor's surprise at his having
sent to Rimini for priests, 45 ; the
Peres de la Foi, in his diocese, to be
suppressed, 58 ; his Pastoral on the
battle of Wagram, 147 ; his house in
Paris, 330.

Fievee, Mons., 43.

Figuieras, Spain, 71, 72.

Finance, pro perous state of the finances
of the Empire (Oct. 1810), 208 ; fin-
ances of the Bourbon princely families,
(1815), 336.

Finkenstein, castle of, letters from, 40-

43-

Finland, Sweden likely to lose the pro-
vince, 72.

Flahaut, General, aide-de-camp to the
Emperor, 281.

Fleury, actor, gratuity allotted him, 314.

Florence, Tuscany : the withdrawal of the
Papal Nuncio to be demanded (Sept.
1860), 31 ; Lucien to retire thither,
73 ; the Emperor resolved Mme
d' Albany shall not remain there, 128;
the Pope's letter to the Chapter ; the



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359



Canons to be arrested, 219, 220 ;
proposal to reduce the number of
Canons, 224 ; opposition to a parish
priest, 308.

Florent, Mons., of Breda, 89.

Guyot, senator, 98.

Flushing, English expedition (1809), 151,
152, 153 ; the English will 1 e driven
out by sickness 159; preparation of
the fortress (Dec. 1813), 325.

Fontainebleau, Seine et Marne: proposal
to establish the Pope there (August
1809), 145 ; the Pope's residence then
in 1813; police measures. 276, 277 ;
the Pope and the Cardinals remove*!
from i Fontainebleau and conveyed to
Italy and Southern France (Jan. 1814),
328, 329 ; letters dated thence, 24,
49, 5-57, 164, 203-215, 267-269,
322.

Fontenay-le-Comte, Vendee, 230.

Foreign Affairs : note on their condition
(1806), 31-35; memorandum on con-
tinental aflairs (Sept. 1807), 45-47 ;
circular to explain the Austrian Alli-
ance and the Emperor's marriage with
Marie Louise, 173, 174 ; circular to be
sent to all French Ministers abroad
to guide their language as to the battle
of Vittoria (July 1813), 302 ; a report
to be printed showing forth the inter-
course of the Impe ial Government
with England, Switzerland, and Naples
(27th April 1815), 336. See F.ngland,
Austria, Spain, Holland, Naples,
Prussia, Russia, Sweden, and Caulain-
court, Champagny, Maret, and Talley-
rand.

Ministry of, building of the

Ministerial Offices, etc., 237.

Forfait, Minister of the Navy, letter to
him, 1 8.

Fouache, former Sub-Prefect, 338.

Fouche, Comte Due d'Otrante: letters to
him, 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 35, 39,
40. 41, 43, 44, 48, 49, 50, 57, 68, 72,
78, 87, 89, 90, 92, 93, 106, 108, 109,

III, 112, Il6, 120, 121, 122, 123, 127,

128, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 139, 140,

143, 144, 145. J 46, H7, i5o> J 54, i55>
157, 158, 159, 162, 164, 167, 168, 169,
172, 175, 177, 178, 183, 189, 335, 337,
338, 339, 340, 343, 345 ; receipts and
expenses of his Ministry, 50-52 ; he
advises Napoleon to divorce, 97 ; keeps
watch on the Princes of Spain and



their servants, 86, 87, 106, 107, 123;
Napoleon desires he will send him a
Chief of Police for Madrid, no; his
disagreement with the Prefect of Police
and strange conduct, 93, 94, 97, 98 ;
Napoleon consults him as to where he
should cause the Pope to live, 145 ;
desires him to remonstrate with Berna-
dotte as to his orders of the day to the
Saxons and the National Guard and
his intercourse wiih dangerous persons
( 1 2th Sept. 1809), 157; the seals put
on his property, 187 ; his intrigues as
to the correspondence with England,
188 ; sent into exile (July 1812), 189,
190 ; the Emperor aware of his in-
trigues, 196; no notice to be taken
of him, 198 ; he is allowed to return
to his country house, 246 ; his advice
to the Emperor as to the Austrian paper
currency, 313.

Foy, Cafe de, Paris, 116.

Franche-Comte, 27.

Francois, refractory priest, 230.

Frnnkfort on the Main, 310.

Frederick vi., King of Denmark, referred
to, 76.

of Wurtenburg, letters to him, 124,

308.

Augustus, King of Saxony, referred

to, 99, 280.

William III., King of Prussia, 47,

48.

Fremont, priest, 48.

Frenchmen in foreign services forbidden
to enter France or the precincts of the
Empire, 183, 184.

Fressinet, General, 335.

Friant, General Count, letter to him,

317.

Fried land, battle of, 256.
Frotte, Mons. de Chouan leader, I, 3, 5.
Ful da, Hesse, 310.
Fiirstejiberg, family of, 117, 125.
Fiirstenstein, propeity of, 63, 64. See
Lecamus.

GAF.TA, It?ly, 120.

Galbois, Adjutant-General, 316.

Galicia, 71, 85.

Austrian, 167.

Galitzin, Prince, 166.

Gallet, dentist, 107.

pilot in the English service, steps

taken against his wife and children,

249.



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NEW LETTERS OF NAPOLEON I



Game licences, 50.

Gaming-tables, 45, 50, 51.

Ganteaume, Vice- Admiral : letter to him,
271 ; prizes captured by him in the
Mediterranean, 9 ; reason he is not
appointed Councillor of State, 18 ;
Corfu expedition, his instructions to
Cosmao, 73-75 ; his salary advanced
and gratuity given him, 271.

Gardanne, General, summoned to the
West by General Brune, 2 ; his mission
to Persia, 153, 154; his mistakes in
Portugal, recalled to France, 222.

Gariot, Mdns., 93.

Gamier, General, 149.

Gaudin, Count and Due de Gaete : letters
to him, 56, 132, 254, 271, 336.

Gautier, refractory prie-t, 230.

Gazette d 1 Amsterdam to be called Courier
c? Amsterdam (1810), 195.

Gazette dc Bayreuth, 99.

Gazette de France, 25, 135, 139, 146,

172, 212, 252.

Gazette de Madrid, 80, 83, 84.

Gendarmerie employed to watch the
Spanish Princes at Vale^av, 86, 87 ;
Inspector-General, 52 ; sent to the
Vendee in 1815, 342.

Geneva, Switzerland : the Prefect
charged to do all in his power to
make it thoroughly French, 227 ;
referred to, 28.

Genoa, Italy : the Archbishop autho-
rised to proceed to Savona, 154;
licensed trading ships to unload return
cargo there, 194 ; letters dated thence,

2 5-

Genoese Riviera, 29.
Gentili, Canon of Florence, 220.
Gentz, author, 92.
Georges Cadoudal. His conspiracy, 27,

45-
Mile, actress, gratuity allotted her,

314-

Geslin, Mons. de, 45.

Ghent : displeasure of the Emperor with
the Bishop's management of his dio-
cese, bad spirit amongst the clergy
(1809), 143 ; the director of a seminary
arrested, part of the seminarists sent
to the army, the rest scattered among
the French seminaries, 311 j proclama-
tions (Louis xviii.), 343.

Bishop of, Monsignor de Broglie :

the Emperor displeased with him, 143;
struck off the list of Imperial Almoners,



239 ; his resignation to be in-isted on,
and he himself sent sixty leagues fiom
Paris, 257 ; interned in the diocese of
Dijon, 260.

Gibot, Mesdemoiselles, 29.

Gilly, General, 325, 335.

Girard, General, aide-de-camp to the
King of Westphalia, 96.

refractory priest, 230.

Gironde, Department of the : refractory
conscripts, 26.

Givet, Ardennes, 343.

Glogau, Germany, 102.

Gobert, General, 106.

Goes, Dean of the Chapter of Tournay,

3f5-

Gohier, Mons., 195.

Gonzaga, Ferdinand of, Duke of Mantua,
19.

Goree, isle of, 149.

Gothenburg, Sweden, 238, 239.

Gottorp. See Sweden, Gustavus iv.

Gouvion, St. Cyr, Marshal : letter to him,
316; in Spain, 13; in charge of an
expedition in Portugal, 13, 15 ; ordered
to put down disturbances in the 32nd
Military Division (Jan. 1813), 268 ;
to take up a defensive position near
Bautzen (ist Sept. 1813), 316; removed
from the list of Marshals, given a
retiring pension, 333.

Gravina, Spanish Admiral, 12, 18.

Grobert, War Commissary, his pecula-
tions in Italy, 29.

Grodno, 262, 263.

Gros-Noyer, the, in the Vendee, 230.

Grouchy, Marshal, is desired to make the
Due d'Angouleme sign a premise to
give up the crown jewels and not bear
arms against France (April 1815), 334,
335 ; information to be sent him as
regards the allied armies (May 1815),
337 ; the Emperor's hope he will have
saved 50,000 men at Waterloo (i9th
June 1815), 348.

Guard, Imperial, peculation in a Guard
regiment, 248, 249; the young Guard
sent to the Vendee (May 1815), mode
of recruiting it, 343, 344; the navy
ordered to furnish men for the artillery
of the Guard, 346, 347.

Paris, mounted, 159.

National, 146, 152, 159, 325.



Guidons for the battalions, 256.
Guillaume, General, 93.
Guntersberg in Prussia, 38.



INDEX



361



HAM, castle of, 120.

Hamburg : money made by Bernadotte
while there, 157; the King of West-
phalia's financial negotiation?, 163 ;
the Emperor's plan to unite Hamburg
with Holland, 182 ; licences for the
port, 192, 193 ; Bourrienne's pecula-
tions, 292 ; severe measures to be
taken in consequence of the revolt
(May 1813), Senators to be arrested,
list of absentees made, property con-
fiscated, the most guilty persons shot,
a fine of 50,000,000 levitd, the town
disarmed, tailors and bad characters
seized by press-gangs, and possession
taken of all warehouses and stores use-
ful to the navy, 284, 285, 288, 289,
290, 304-306 ; the Emperor refuses to
receive a deputation, the fine to be
paid in full, but an amnesty may be
granted, 304-306 ; the fortress to be
armed and a citadel constructed (May
1813), 285 ; referred to, 58.

Hanau, Bavaria, 310.

Hanover, decree as to colonial mer-
chandise, 21 1 ; taxes levied on pro-
perty too heavy, 259, 260.

Hauterive, Mons. de, 185.

Havre, old soldiers recalled to service
collect there (May 1815), 338.

Haye-St.-Ililaire, Mons. de la, 49, 57.

Hedouville, Geneial, letter to, 4 ; in-
structions for the pacification ofWestern
France, 4-6.

Mons., brother to the above, 150.

Henri, refractory priest, 230.

Henry, General, sent to command the
flying columns in the Sarthe and the
Mayenne (Jan. 1813), 267 ; sent to
Bruges to keep the country in order
and send back de-erters and refractory
conscripts to the ranks (Uec. 1813),
3 2 4-

Prussian Charge d'Affaires at

Madrid, 75.

Chouan leader, 5

Herault, Department of the, refractory
conscripts, 26.

Herbiers, Les, in the Vendee, 230.

Hercules, the ship, 212.
the Columns of, 100.

Herman, Secretary of Embassy, 53.

Hersfeld, Hesse, 36.

Hesse, crimes committed there, repres-
sive measures, 36-38.

Cassel, the Elector of, 37.



Hogendorp, General, 245.

Hohenlohe, family of, 124, 125.

Holland : Marmont to go there to nego-
tiate a loan (Year vni.), 6; Dutch
troops with the Grande Atmee, 124, 135,
139, 159, 162; navy, armament, flotilla,
159-162; re-establishment of the no-
bility, 39, 40; Dutch troops in Spain,
159; trade kept up with England in
spite of the Emperor's orders, 160 ;
Dutch sailors insult the French flag,
160; the English landing (1809), 146,
149, 152, 153, 159, 161 ; the French
troops enter Breda and Bergen-op-Zoom
(Jan. 1810), 170 ; King Louis's un-
pleasant position, his only way of get-
ting out of it to conform to French policy
(20th May 1810), 180-183 ; tne French
Ambassador recalled and the Dutch
Ambassador in Paris sent away (May
1810), 184 ; instructions as to the con-
duct of Serurier at Amsterdam (June
1810), 186; funds due to French priva-
teers kept back by the Dutch, 187 ;
Prince Lebrun sent as the Emperor's
Lieutenant-General, preliminary mea-
sures prescribed for him (i7th July
1810), 194, 195, 197, 198 ; deputations
from the Legislative Body and Councils
of State summoned to Paris, 195 ; the
titles and endowments granted by the
King suppressed, 198; decree to seize
all colonial merchandise in Holland
(Sept. 1810), 202 ; the Emperor's
action as regards Holland guided by
the general welfare of the Empire, 203 ;
Custom-house riot in Amsterdam,
French patriots insulted at Utrecht,
riots at Amsterdam and Aurich (1811),
203, 204, 229, 233, 234, 235 ; communi-
cation with England even through
the police absolutely forbidden, 238;
Frenchmen employed in Holland, and
their families, forbidden to cause
alarm by leaving the country (March
1813), 273 ; fortresses to be armed and
measures taken to compensate for the
evacuation of Willemstadt (Dec. 1813),

324> 325-

Holstein : remonstrance to be made to the
Danish Government about the colonial
merchandise received in Holstein, 239 ;
the Emperor desires the Hamburg
refugees may be sent away, 289.

Hortense de Beauharnais, Queen of
Holland : proposed divorce, 167 ; the



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property of St. Leu to be made over to
her, 226; the management of her house-
hold to be reformed, 256 ; money owed
her by the Exchequer (1815), 342.

Hullin, General Count, letter to, 240.

Hulot, Adjutant-General, to be watched
and arrested, 315.

Mme, 24.

Huscart, Captain, 37.

Hyeres, 269.

ILE NAPOLEON, 131.

Ille et Vilaine, Department of, 45.

Illyria. See Ragnsa.

Imperial family : family council, 167.

Infantado, Duke del, 85, 107.

Innocent x., Pope, 19.

Intrigante, t^ play, the performances to
be put a stop to, 274, 275.

Irun, Spain, 84.

Istria, Duke of. See Bessieres.

Italy, Kingdom of: the Emperor's arrange-
ments about Italian trade (July 1810),
I93> J 94 5 refractory Italian prie-ts in-
terned at Bologna and Parma, 198, 199.

JACQUEMONT, Senator, 98.

Jena, battle of, 154, 256.

Jerome Bonaparte, King of Westphalia :
letters to him, 61, 62, 63, 67, 69, 70,
96,97, 117, 120, 124, 133, 135, 206,
259, 262, 265, 288 ; he borrows from
the sinking fund, 56, 96, 120; de-
mands an oath of fidelity from the
Frenchmen in his service, 61, 62, 70,
71; his dispute with General Lagran^e,
62 ; the Emperor's displeasure at his
bestowing the estate of Fiirstenstein on
Mons. Lecamus, 63 ; appointment of a
diplomatic agent at Vienna, 67, 6S,
69, 70; his circular placing French
officers under Westphalian officers, 91 ;



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