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the Emperor's complaints of Jerome's
Orders of the Day to his army, his way
of making war, and mili'ary blunders,
*33> J 34> I 35' I 39 advice as to his
pecuniary arrangements and personal
occupations, 96, 97 ; his civil list, 121;
his financial negotiations with Ham-
burg, 163 ; his bad government, love
of display, and foolish expenditure, 61,
62, 70, 71, 117, 118, 120, 121, 124;
his debts, 56, 63, 96, 120; objectionable
persons about him, 62, 97 ; he gives
his picture to Bourrienne, 162, 163 ;
sits on the Imperial family council,



167 ; foolishly raises a cuirassier regi-
ment, the Emperor gives him advice
as to his army and financial arrange-
ments, 214, 215, 259, 260; complains
that he sends him no news of Bagration
(4th July 1812), 263 ; tells him he may
go to Westphalia to reorganise his
army (Dec. 1812), 265; his mistake
in not having a French bodyguard,
281, 282 ; he is not to assert, when
he modifies the Emperor's orders, that
he does so by the Emperor's authority,
288, 289 ; his reception of the former
King of Sweden at Cassel described as
ridiculous (July 1813), 302; his pur-
chase of Stains to be declared void, be-
cause he had no right to make it with-
out the Emperor's consent, 319, 320 ;
the works there to be stopped, and he
to remain quietly at Compiegne (Jan.
1814), 327 ; he is ordered to dismiss his
Westphalian household, and have none
but Frenchmen about him, sent to take
command at Lyons, instructions as to
his staff, and the simple manner in
which he is to live (Feb. 1814), 329,
330 ; ordered to proceed to Brittany or
Berry (April 1814), 332 ; money owed
him by the Exchequer (1815), 342.

Jews, 71.

Jollivet, Mons., 61.

Joseph Bonaparte, King of Naples, King
of Spain : letters to him, 59, 73, 74,
loo, 103, 104, 293, 326, 329, 332, 333,
347 ; the Emperor informs him of his
intentions about Lucien, 59"^ '> his
orders to Cosmao not sufficiently ex-
plicit, 73, 74, 75 ; his position as a
King painful, but as a General brilliant,
101 ; recognised King of Spain by
Russia, 101 ; unnecessary salaries paid
by him to be suppressed, 258, 259 ; to
give over the chief command to the
Duke of Dalmatia (July 1813), 293;
to remain at Fampeluna, St. Sebas-
tian, or Bayonne, or retire to Mor-
fontaine and remain there privately,
293, 294, 297, 301, 306-308; the
Emperor attributes the Spanish cata-
strophe to him, 299, 300; he is to be
arrested if he goes to Paris or St.
Cloud, 307 ; the officers about his
person to be sent to the army, 313 ; the
Emperor informs him of his intentions
as to the King of Wesphalia, 329, 330 ;
the Emperor gives orders for the de-



INDEX



parture of the various members of the
Imperial Family (April 1814), 332 ;
the Master of the Horse to provide
Joseph with horses and carriages, he is
to choose a residence, but will only re-
ceive half his income for 1815 (March
I ^ I 5)> 3335 money owed him by the
Exchequer, 342 ; the Emperor tells him
of his last hopes and plans for final
resistance, 347, 348.

Josephine Beauharnais, Empress of the
French : her desire to buy precious
stones, 21 ; at Plombieres, 24; her
enthusiastic reception at Bayonne, 84 ;
prints of her, with an unsuitable in-
scription, published after her divorce,
178 ; Napoleon consents to what she
proposes doing as to M. Tascher's
marriage, 179, 180; she intends to
have building, etc., done at Navarre,
1 80 ; proposes to go to the baths of
Aix-la-Chapelle (1810), the Emperor's
views on the subject, 180; he de-
sires her household may be carefully
managed, and will allow no outstand-
ing debts, 255, 266 ; money owed h -r
by the Exchequer (1815), 342 ; referred
to, 59.

Jouannet, Mme, 247.

Jouberthon, Mme : the Emperor refuses
to acknowledge her as Lucien's wife,
and desires to force them to separate,
60.

Jourdan, Marshal : the Duke of Dalmatia
to send him back to Bayonne (July
1813), 296 ; he is suspended from duty
and sent to his country house, 299,
300 ; to be allowed to retire, and his
aide-de-camps scattered, 313.

Journal des Debats, or Journal de f Em-
pire, 41, 43, 44, 59, 72, 78, 79, 122,
135, 150, 151, 215, 216, 230, 313.

Journal des Defemeurs de la Patrie, 9.

Journal de France, 90.

Journal de Francfort, 311.

Journal de Leipsic, 291.

Journal de Paris, 79, 146.

Joux, fort of, 89.

Judicial proceedings : sentence on
Emigres accused of bearing arms
against France, 134 ; inquiry into dis-
honest proceedings connected with the
conscription in the Department of the
Lot (1811), 247.

Julie Clary, Princess Joseph Bonaparte,
Queen of Naples, Queen of Spain : let-



ter to her, 258, 259 ; she is ordered to
proceed to Marseilles (April 1814),
332.

Junot, General, Due d'Abrantes : letters
to him, 64, 65, 71 ; instructions as to
his reaching Lisbon without striking a
blow, and seizing the Portuguese squad-
ron, 53-55 ; measures to be taken to
put down insurrection in Lisbon, 64 ;
organisation of the French rule in Por-
tugal, financial, military, and police
m asures, 65-67 ; he is defeated by
Kienmayer (July 1809), 133, 134; his
retreat necessitated by Jerome's man-
oeuvres, 136 ; he commands the Portu-
guese army (October 1810); the rumours
spread about him are false, 209 ; order
to send him away from the army (Jan.
1813), 270; he loses his reason, 297,
298, 312; his daughters sent to Ecouen,
312.

Madame, Duchess d'Abrantes, or-
dered to retire into the country, 312.

Justice, Ministry of, weeding out the
officials connected with, 337.

KAAS, Mons. de, Danish Minister, 289.

Kellermann, Marshal, Due de Valmy :
letter to him, 274 ; ordered to pro-
ceed to Mayence, 124.

General, son of the above: peculation

and abuses in his government in Spain,
200, 201 ; the Emperor pardons h'm,
and promises him employment for his
father's sake, and that of his own con-
duct at Marengo (March 1813), 274,
278.

Kienmayer, Austrian General, 133, 134.

Knobelsdorf, Mons. de, 34.

Koch, Monsieur, 38.

Konigsberg, Prussia, smuggling there,

235-

Koppe, assessor, 103.
Kowno, Poland, 265.
Kroneburg, Denmark, 45.
Kuhn, American consul at Genoa, 48.

LABORDE, General, 135.

Laborie, conspiiator, 211.

Lacepede, Comte, Grand Chancellor of
the Legion of Honour, referred to,
76.

Lacroix, Pamphile, General, 278.

Lacuee, General, Comte de Cessac : let-
ters to him, 6.

Lafitte, Colonel, 131, 133, 135.



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NEW LETTERS OF NAPOLEON I



Lafo'est, Comte: his mission to Spain
(1808), 84; should interfere more in
the government of that country (i8th
Feb. 1810), 172; the Spanish crown
jewels stolen and taken to Naples, 246 ;
he is sent to Valen9ay, to negotiate
with the Spanish Princes (Nov. 1813),
322, 323-

Lagarde, Monsieur, 341.

Lagorse, Adjutant of the Palace of Fon-
tainebleau, 276, 277 ; he is ordered to
conduct the Pope to Savona (Jan.
1814), 328.

Lagrange, General: letter to him, 36;
repressive measures to be carried out
by him in Hesse (1807), 36-38; King
Jerome reprimanded for his behaviour
to him, 62.

Lahaye, ex-deputy, 49,

Lahorie, General, concerned in the
Georges Cadoudal conspiracy, 26.

Lalande, the brothers, 45.

Lamalgue, Fort, near Marseilles, 341.

Lamarque, General, sent to command a
flying column in the Vendee (1815),

344-

Lamartiniere, Senator, 49.
Langeron, Mons. de, a Russian general,

272.

Langlade, Abbe, 112.
Lannes, Marshal, Due de Montebello,

referred to, 64.
Lannes, Mme, Duchess de Montebello,

332.

Laon, Aisne, 348.

Laplace, Comte, letter to him, 204.

Laroche, General, 131.

Latour, doctor to King Louis : Napoleon
desires he will join the King, 195.

Lauriston, General, A.D.C. to the First
Consul, and to the Emperor: he is
to put down the disturbances in the
32nd Military Division (Jan. 1813,
268.

Lavallette, Comte, Councillor of State,
Director-General of the Postal Service :
letters to him, 43, 55, 57, 75, 92, 109,
216, 261. See Postal Matters.

Lebrun, Prince, Due de Plaisance, Grand
Treasurer of the Empire : letters to him,
194, 197, 202, 203, 229, 231, 233, 234,
235, 237, 238, 273 ; weakness shown
by him in Holland, 229, 234, 235 ;
his useless and harmful proclamations,
231 ; his daughters and nieces ordered
to return to Amsterdam, 273.



Lecamus, Comte de Furstenstein, 63,
64.

Leclerc, General, 13.

Lecourbe, General, 26, 27.

Ledoulx, consul at Bucharest, 166.

Lefebvre, General, Marshal, Due de
Dantzick: letters to him, 2, 3, 139, 142;
instructions for the war in Western
France (Year Vin.), 2; he is given
command of the 1 4th Division, 3 ; is
to pacify the Sarthe by means of flying
columns, 3, 4 ; suppression of the
Tyrolese rebellion, 139, 140, 142.

Leghorn, Tuscany, 9, 1 1, 13.

Count and Countess of. See

Parma and Maria Louise, Queen oi
Etruria.

Legion of Honour, Order of the, 76 ;

orphanages to be founded, 190, 191.
Lemarois, General : letter to him, 344 ;

referred to, 311.
Lernosy, Mons., 233.
Leroy, Naval Prefect in Egypt, 8.
Lestrange, M< ns., 242.
Letort, Major, 38.
Levis, M. de, aide-de-camp to the Due

de Berry, 337.

Lhermite, Rear-Admiral, 291.
Licences, system of, 192-194; licences

granted by the King of Holland, 186,

187 ; abuses arising out of those issued

by the police, 250.
Liebe t, General : his matter with the

consul of Stettin, 214; referred to,

238.
Liebstadt, Saxony, letter dated thence,

38.

Liechtenstein, family of, 125.
Lieutenant-Generals, 334.
Lille, Nord : the National Guard ot that

town to be disarmed, 346 ; letters

dated thence, 183, 184, 185.

Comte de, otherwise Louis xviil.,

48, 90, 339. See Louis xvm.

Lillo, Holland, 165.

Lintz, Austria, 126.

Lippe, family of, 119.

Lisbon, necessity for the French troops to
enter the city under the guise ol friend-
ship ; instructions to Junot, and to
the French Ambassador at Madrid,
53-55 ; approach of the French troops,
6 1 ; revolt of the populace (1808), 64,
65 ; the town disarmed, a citadel
and batteries erected to overawe the
town, 69; referred to, 13, 14.



INDEX



365



Lonn negoiiated by Marmont at Amster-
dam, 6.

Loire, Department of the : refractory con-
scripts, 25.

Department of the Haute : refractory

conscripts, 25.

Loison, General, 36 ; mixed up in
Argenton's bu-iness, 135 ; leaves his
post without permission, 275 ; inquiry
to be made as to his reasons, 277, 278 ;
the Emperor causes him to be informed
of his displeasure, and his hope he
will behave better in future, 278.

Lombez, Gers, 43.

Longueil, Mons. , 343.

Loo, castle of, 198.

Lorient, Morbihan, referred to, II.

Lorraine, Charles IV. , Due de, 2O.

Fran9ois, Due de, 20.

Leopold, Due de, 20.

Lot, Department of the : refractory con-
scripts, 25 ; dishonest behaviour con-
nected with the conscription, 247.

Louis xvi., seizure of the printing blocks
of his will, 213.

xviii., reasons which release the

army from its oath to him (June 1815),
347. See Lille, Comte de.

Bonaparte, King of Holland : letters

to him, 1 80, 184, 325 ; his re-estab'ish-
ment of the orders of nobility in Hol-
land, Napoleon's reproaches, 39, 40 ;
death of his eldest son, 43 ; reports sent
him from Paris by M. Decazes, 155 ;
complaints of his speeches, his army, his
bad government, etc., 159-162; he re-
moves his headquarters to Bergen-op-
Zoom, 148 ; he claims a right, as Con-
stable of the Empire, to command the
French troops in Holland, 148, 149 ;
proposed divorce from Queen Hortense,
167 ; Holland in an unpleasant predica-
ment ; the only way to get out of it, that
the King should change his policy and
as-imilate it to the Emperor, who re-
proaches him bitterly (2Oth May 1810),
180-183 '> rupture of diplomatic inter-
course between France and Holland.
184; King Louis grants trading
licences ; he keeps back money due to
French privateers, 186, 187; his private
papers removed to Paris, 194, 195, 197,
198 ; the Emperor sends him his doctor,
195 ; Mons. Bourgoing not to have
any dealings with him, 199 ; his cor-
respondence with the Imperial family



intercepted, 261 ; the Emperor willing
to forget and forgive, if he returns to
France as a French prince, to serve
the Throne ; otherwise he is to be
arrested and taken to Compiegne ; the
Emperor instructs Madame Mere and
Cambacereson the subject (Nov. 1813),
319-321 ; he arrives in Paris with-
out the Emperor's leave (Jan. 1814) ;
to be well received if he comes in a
proper frame of mind; if not, to be
sent forty leagues from Paris, 325, 326;
he is ordered to retire to Montpelll r
(April 1814), 332 ; money owed him
by the Exchequer, 342.

Loverdo de, General, 335.

Liibeck, licences granted to that port,
193 ; fine of fifty millions levied on
Hamburg and Liibeck (May 1813),
284.

Lucchesini, Mons. de, 31.

Lucien Bonaparte : letters to him when
Ambassador at Madrid, 7, 8, 9, IO, II,
12, 13, 14, 15, 16; object of his
mission to Spain, and details concern-
ing it, 7-17; complaints of the treaty
he has concluded with Portugal, 13-
16 ; Napoleon's displeasure at his con-
nection with Madame Jouberthon, 59-
61 ; he offers to care for him and his
children if he will part from that lady,
59-61 ; his bad behaviour regarding
the French in Rome, 73 ; the Emperor
writes to the Chancellor of the Senate
to have his name struck off the list,
and explains his reasons for so doing
(Sept. 1810), 204, 205 ; General Miullis
ordered to have him watched, and
arrested if he attempts to leave Italy,
196 ; he escapes by sea ; the Emperor's
displeasure, 21 1, 212 ; all works of art,
etc., belonging to him in Italy, laid
under sequestration, 228.

Lugo,-Galicia, 114.

Luneburg, Hanover, 285.

Luneville, treaty of, 17.

Lutzen, battle of: Te Deum to be ordered
by the Bishops, 283.

Luynes, estate of, 90.

Lycees, youths sent there by force, 167,
169.

Lyons, Rhone : the Peres de la Foi in the
Diocese to be suppressed, 58 ; the
Emperor sends King Jerome to com-
mand there (Feb. 1814), 330; referred
to, 122.



366



NEW LETTERS OF NAPOLEON I



MACDONALD, General, Marshal, Due de
Tarente : moves against Tarragona,
209; driven back on Gorlitz (Aug.
1813), 316.

Mache, Mile, 338.

Madame Mere : letter to the King of
Westphalia's appanage made over
to her after 1st January 1808, 56 ;
probability that Lucien's daughter will
be placed in her caie, 59 ; the
Emperor begs her to use her influence
with King Louis, to induce him to
leave France, if he has not come
thither in a friendly spirit (Nov. 1813),
320, 321 ; she is adyisjed_xto go to
Nice (April 1814), 332; referred to,

3!9-

Madeira, Island of, 23.

Madrid : energetic steps to be taken by
Murat, 79-81 ; disturbances, 87 ; the
city furnishes the enemy with horses,
105 ; measures to be taken to keep
the populace down, 114, 115; lecters
dated thence, 109, no, in.

Magdeburg, Saxony : the taxes laid on the
proprietors too heavy, 259 ; the fortress
to be prepared for war (Dec. 1812),
265 ; orders to send the Ghent and
Tournay Seminarists thither, 311;
letter dated thence, 301 ; referred to,

39-

Maghella, Minister of Police at Naples,
recalled to France on suspicion of
treachery, 262; referred to, 261.

Maignien, actor, gratuity allotted him,

3H-

Malaga, Spain, 10.

Malchus, Mons., answer to be sent him,
on Westphalian affairs, 210.

Malet, General, mixed up in a con-
spiracy? (1808), 98.

Malmaison, Palace: letter dated thence,
22 ; referred to, 180.

Malouet, Mons., 338.

Malta: the English mean to keep the
island, 15 ; Italian ships licensed to
trade there, 193, 194 ; referred to, 13,

212.

Mancini, Canon of Florence, 219.

Mans, Le, 4.

Mantua, 59.

Mareschalchi, Comte, ordered to give

Signer Melzi details of the Georges

conspiracy, 22.
Marescot, General, his arrest ; list of

questions he is to answer, 105, 106.



Maret, Mons. Due de Bassano : letters to
him, 232, 236, 237, 241, 242, 244,
246, 257, 261, 262, 263, 264, 286,
287, 289, 301, 302, 322, 323 ; the
Minister of Police to send him the
reports from Vienna (Jan. 1813), 269;
referred to, 155.

Maret, Comte, Councillor of State, 254.

Marie Louise of Austria, Empress-Queen :
letter to her, 283 ; the Emperor's reason
for asking her hand ; the ceremony to
be observed in the Courts she passes
through, 173, 174; her economy, 255 ;
she is only to sign documents in the
ordinary course of business, while
acting as Regent, 279, 280 ; the
Emperor summons her to Mayence,
her journey and the suite to attend
on her (July 1813), 303, 304 ; the
Emperor's confidence in her, 331.

Queen of Spain, 83, 95, 119.



of Etruria : report of her

marriage with Prince Eugene, 24 ;
she is at Milan, 61 ; her share in the
division of Portugal, 71 ; Murat to
send her to Bayonne, 84 ; she is to
follow the King of Spain to Nice, or
proceed to Colorno in Parma, 95 ;
she is to be sent to one of the towns on
the Genoese coast, 122, 123 ; her be-
haviour to the Emperor, 232, 241 ;
plan to put her in a convent and
part her from her son, 235, 236 ;
the Emperor orders her to be placed
in a convent at Rome, and her son
sent to King Charles, 241.

Marmont, General, Marshal, Due de
Raguse : goes to Amsterdam to nego-
tiate a loan (Year vin.), 6; ordered
to break down the enemy's bridge at
Muhlberg (4th Oct. 1813), 317 ; struck
off the list of Marshals (March 1815),

333-

Mars, Mile, gratuity allotted her, 314.

Marseilles, Bouches-du- Rhone : licensed
tracing vessels to unload return cargoes
there, 194; Queen Julie of Spain to
retire there, 332 ; the town put in a
state of siege ; the National Guard dis-
armed, and the Royalist leaders im-
prisoned in Fort Lamalgue (May 1815),
341 ; good effect of these measures,

345-

Massena, General, Marshal, Prince d'Ess-
ling, Due de Rivoli : in command of
the army in Portugal (Oct. 1810), 209;



INDEX



367



his misconduct, recalled to Paris (April

1815), 335-

Masserano, Prince of, 103.

Materban, refractory priest, 230.

Maury, Cardinal, naist be acknowledged
as Archbishop of Paris, 215.

Mayence : troops of the Grande Armee
recalled thither, to proceed to Spain,
102 ; the Empress to meet the Emperor
there (July 1813), 303 ; letters dated
thence, 279, 280, 281, 308, 309, 310,
318, 319, 320, 321.

Mayenne : Department of the, disturb-
ances there (Year vni. ), I, 2; flying
columns to pursue the robbers infesting
the woods (Jan. 1813), 266, 267.

Mazzaredo, Mons. , 8.

Mecklenburgh - Schwerin, Grand - Duchy
of: complaints of the public press there,
257 ; General Vandamme to take pos-
session of the territory an'l seize the
persons of the Grand-Ducal family
(May 1813), 284, 285.

Medina-di-Rio-Seco, 1 at'le of, 101.

Meerfeldt,Mons de, Anst ian Ambass dor
at St. Petersburg, 67.

Abbe de, 67. 68.

Melzi, Vice-President of the Italian re-
public, 22.

Meneval, Mons. de, 109, 332.

Menou, General : letters to him, 108 ; in
Egypt, 8, 9 ; to put down disturbances
in Tuscany, 109.

Mentone, 95, 123.

Merchandise, British and Colonial,
seized, confiscated, sold, or heavily
taxed, 53,56,57,105,202,213,238,239.

Mercy-Argenteau, Mons. de, French
Minister to the Bavarian Court, 281.

Merle, General, 335.

Merlin, General, 103.

Mescritz, Hesse, 38.

Mesle, General, 2.

Metternich, Count, Austrian Ambassador
in Paris: his couriers stopped, 121 ;
news to be communicated to him by
Champagny (Aug. 1809), 152 ; present
to him on the Emperor's marriage, 176 ;
he declares the Austro-French Alliance
unbroken (June 1813), 287 ; Caulain-
court's negotiations with him (January
1814), 328.

family of, 125.

Metz, mutiny amongst the cadets at the
School of Artillery, 85.

Meu 'on, Seine-et-Oise : the parish priest

25



sent forty leagues away (May 1815),

340.
Mezeray, Mile, actress, gratuity allotted

her, 314.
Michelot, actor, gratuity allotted him,

314.

Michot, actor, gratuity allotted him, 314.
Milan, Lombardy, letters dated thence,

?3 59-

Minho, province of, 13.

Ministers : their authority is only subject
to the Emperor's, 150; powers given
them in the Emperor's absence, 151.

Minsk, Russia, 264.

Miollis, General : ordered to arrest
Cardinal Pacca and the Pope's ad-
herents, 132 ; not to allow vessels to
sail from Civita Vecchia without
special leave, 196 ; to watch Lucien
Bonaparte, and arrest him if he at-
tempts to leave Italy, 196 ; Lucien 's
escape, 211, 212 ; refiactory priests to
be sent to Corsica, 218.

Miot, Councillor of State, 51.

Modlin, Poland, 265.

Moiraghi, in the Pope's service, 225.

Moldavia : the Russians march into the
country (iFo6), 36; Napoleon has
settled that question, 166.

Molitor, General, 229.

Mollerus, Mons., 181.

Mollien, Comte, Minister of the Ex-
chequer : letters to him, 247, 255, 342.

Monaco, Prince of, 95.

Moncabrie, Captain in the imperial navy,
338.

Moncey, General, Marshal, Due de
Conegliano : serves in Spain, 72 ; his
retreat on Ocana, 100 ; his position in
Tudela, 104 ; serves in Holland, 149,
152 ; as Senior Marshal, serves on the
Imperial family council, 167.

Mondego, river, 15.

Mongei Comte de Peluse, 329.

Moniteur, the : news not to be inserted
till it has been approved by the
Regency, 286; referred to, 9, 71.

Monnet, General, 152, 155.

Monnier, General, 335.

Mons, Belgium, 167.

Montalivet, x Comte de : letters to him,
192, 208, 227, 239, 252, 259.

Montauban, Tarn-et-Garonne : measures
to be taken to keep ill-disposed persons
in order (June 1815), 346.

Montebello, Due de. See Lannes.



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NEW LETTERS OF NAPOLEON I



Monteleone, Duke of, I IO.

Montenegro, 240.

Montenotte, Prefect of, Mons. de Chabr >1 :
he is to warn the Pope not to interf re
in anything, 226 ; his confidential re-
port on the members of the Pope's
household at Savona, 225.

Montesquiou, Comtesse de, governess to
the King of Rome : letters to her, 316,
3i8, 331.

Mont-Genevre, Trappists of, 242.

Montmarie, General 339,

Montmorency, Ma'hieu de, 339.

Montpellier, Herault, 332.

Morals, 29, 30.

Morand, General, 196.

Morbihan, Department of the, 45.

Morgan, General : his share in the
Georg s c nspiracy, 22 ; his party,
26; hi-; arrival at Berlin, 315.

Morelli, the Pope's valet-de-chambre,
225.

Morfontaine, 293, 295, 296, 301, 306,

37-

Morin, Gendarmerie officer, 335.
Morio, Colonel, General, in the King of

Westphalia's service : the Emperor's

poor opinion of him, 91, 117; he is

sent to France, 120.
Morlaix, C6tes-du-Nord, the only port

whence communication with England

is permissible, 227, 244.
Morlot, General, 101.
Mart tf Abel, La, opera, 171.
Mortemart, Mons. de, the Emperor's

ord-.-rly officer, 178, 245.
Mortier, Marshal, Due de Treviso : the

strength <>f his corps (Oct. 1809) 163 ;

in command of the army in Andalu.-ia

(Oct. 1810), 209.

Moscow, letter dated thence, 263.
Moulin, refractory priest, 230.
Mounier, Mons., the Emperor's private

secretary, 185.
Moustier, Mons. de, French Minister to

Baden : directions for his behaviour to

the ex-Queen of Sweden, 244.
Mozzi or Muzzi, Canon of Florence,

220.

Muhlberg. Saxony, 318.
Munich, Bavaria: letter dated thence,

164.

Muraire, Com^e, 155.
Murat, Joachim, Grand-Duke of Berg,

King of Naples : letters to him, 71, 76,

79, 81, 83, 84, 88, 100, 107, 128, 212;



he concludes an armistice with the
Two Sicilies (Year IX.), 10 ; strong
measures to be taken by him in Mad id
(1808), 80; he has no right to com-
mute military punishments, 80 ; com-
plaints of his Order of the Day
about the Burgos business, 80 ; he is
to cause the Junta to publish a pro-
clamation, 8 1, 82 ; his troops are not to
be scattered, 83 ; blamed for hurrying
his horses and property from Berg to
Naples, 100; for recalling exiles and
returning them their property, 107 ;
ordered to confiscate property, held in
his kingdom by the Spanish grandees,
107 ; excommunicated by the Pope,
128 ; he and his kingdom in debt to
the Emperor, 168 ; his treaty with the
Austrians (Jan. 1814), 328; orders to
publish a report which will show forth
the communications held between him
and the Imperial Government (April
1815), 336 ; he defeats the Austrians at
Cesena, 337.
Musset, Comie de, 24.

NAMUR, Monsignor Pisani de la Gaude,
Bishop of, 146.

Nantes, Loire-Inferieure: licensed trading
ships to unload ca'go there, 193 ;
troops not to be left, as the town can
defend itself (May 1815), 343.

Naples, Kingdom of: Murat recalls the
exiles and reinstates them in their pro-
perty, 107 ; confiscation of the property
of rebellious Spanish grandees, 107 ;
the English expedition (1809), 146;
the country in debt to the Emperor,
168 ; licensed Neapolitan ships al-



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