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lowed to trade, 194 ; duty on silk and
cloth stuffs, 212 ; the Spanish crown
jewels stolen and conveyed to Naples :
inquiries to be made there, 246, 247 ;
arrangement about French ships (Nov.
1811), 257; Maeht-lla suspected of
treason and recaHed to France, 262 ;
bills to be drawn on the King, in
payment for muskets supplied him
(March 1813), 272. See Murat.

Napoleon I., First Consul, Emperor: he
ran no real risk from the Cadoudal
conspiracy, 22 ; his measures as to
Jerome Buonaparte and Miss Patter-
son (see Jerome) ; his quarrels with his
brothers (see Jerome, Joseph, Louis,
and Lucien) ; apocryphal proclaim-



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369



tions, etc., 35; blood-stains on his
bust at Bordeaux, 44 ; he receives the
Spanish Princes at Bayonne : his me-
diation in the Spanish quarrel, 76, 77,
80-85 reports as to his divorce :
Fouche's action in that matter, 88,
97 ; expects to reach the Pillars of
Hercules, but not the limits of his
power in Spain, 100; his opinion of
the Spanish soldiers, 100; presents to
be given on the occasion of his second
marriage, 176; a Cardinal fails to at-
tend the ceremony, 176 ; his fete-day
to be kept by the army on loth August
1813 on account of the close of the
armistice : his orders as to the fes-
tivities, 309; money due to him from
the Exchequer (1815), 342.

Nassau regiment, the, 129.

Naval matters : the Spanish fleet to join
the French one, 10 ; purchase of
Spanish warships, their ovws, 10;
Admiral Bruix ordered to leave Brest
and chase the English fleet (Year IX.),
1 8 ; prizes captured from the English,

23, 24 ; vessels made over to the king-
dom of Naples, 257 ; appointments of
various senior officers, 291, 292; ar-
tillery companies to be raised, consist-
ing of naval cadets and midshipmen
(June 1815), 346, 347.

Navarre, 104.
Castle and estate, 179, 180.

Navy, Spanish : the Spanish squadron to
join the French, 10, 12 ; sale of Spanish
ships to France, 10 ; the First Consul
requests Admiral Gravina may be
ordered to join Admiral Bruix in his
expedition from Brest to give chase to
the English fleet, 18.

Necker, the House of, 40.

Negrete, family of, 103.

Neipperg, Count, 328.

Neufchatel, Prince de. Set Berthier.

Neumarkt, Saxony : letter dated thence,
286, 287.

Newspapers: objectionable articles, etc.,

24, 43, 44, 87, 122, 135, 139, 140, 150,
151, 172, 173, 212, 215, 216, 230, 257,
3 J 3 > guidance to be given them, 44,
68, 69, 78, 79, 90, 151, 175; articles
to be inserted by Government, or by
the police, 23, 24, 36, 41, 44, 72, 77,
78, 89, 112, 114, 207, 236, 308, 310,
311, 334, 335; arrest and imprison-
ment of editors, 139, 144, 291 ; the



Emperor requests he may have a re-
capitulatory statement of his press
measures, 209, 210.

Ney, Marshal Due d'Elchingen, Prince
de la Moskowa : in command of the
army in Portugal (October 1809), 209 ;
stays behind the Emperor to blow up
Smolensk (Nov. 1812), 264 ; at Wei-
mar with his troops (April 1813), 281 ;
marching on Berlin (May 1813), 284.

Nice, Alpes Maritimes : the Emperor
advises his sister Pauline to winter
there (Dec. 1807), 59; King Charles
iv. of Spain desires to go there, 95 ;
the Queen of Etruria sent there, 122,
"123 ; Pauline Borghese would have done
better to go to Nice than to Hycres,
269 ; the Emperor wishes Madame to
proceed there (April 1814), 332.

Niort, Deux-Sevres, 119.

Noailles, Comte de, Chamberlain to the
Emperor, 173.

Noblejas, Comte de, no.

Noel, Mons., 195.

Nogent-le-Rotrou, or Nogent-le-Repub-
licain, Eure-et-Loire, 2, 3, 340.

Nogent-sur- Seine, Aube : letters dated
thence, 329, 330.

Noyon, Oise : the Vicar of that place
preaches an objectionable sermon
(March 1809), 120; police agents to
be sent there (1815), 343.

Nuremberg, Bavaria, 131.

OCANA, Spain, 100.

O'Fartll, Mons., 77.

Officers: those in King Louis xvm.'s
household are only to be received back
into the army with their former rank
(May 1815), 338, 339.

half-pay, 145, 146.

Oldenburg, Piince and Princess of, 113.

Operas to be performed, subjects to be
selected, 171.

Oppizoni, Cardinal, Archbishop of Bo-
logna, absents himself from the Em-
peror's wedding-ceremony : steps taken
against him, 176.

Oracle, L\ newspaper, 144.

Orders, religious : heads of orders to be
sent to France, 155, 158; expenditure
for their support, 156.

Orleans, Louis Philippe, Due d', 197.

Dowager-Duchesse d', 197.

family, 336.

Loiret, 3.



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Orne, Department of the : stripped of
troops, 2 ; General Chambarlhac to
remain there, 2; Chouan mobs to be
dispersed, 2.

Orphanages to be established in connec-
tion with the Legion of Honour, 190,
191.

Osmond, Monsignor d', Bishop of Nancy:
appointed Archbishop of Florence ; the
chapter declines to recognise him, 219,
220.

Osnabriick : Napoleon had thought of
uniting it to Holland, 182 ; referred to,
163.

Ossuna, Duchesse d', no.

Ostend, Belgium : letter dated thence,
180.

Osterode, Poland : letters dated thence,

39-

Otrante, Due d'. See Pouche*.

Otranto, Italy, 74, 212.

Otto, Cotnte, French Minister in Bavaria:
the manner in which he is to
speak of the strength of France and
Austria respectively (Jan. 1809), 114;
spy system to be organised in Austria,
118; referred to, 124, 199.

Oudinot, Marshal Due de Reggio :
ordered to march into Holland and
take command of the Dutch troops,
170; to watch events in Holland and
Amsterdam, 185 ; to break up all mobs
and punish them severely, 206 ; he is
struck off the list of Marshals, but al-
lowed a retiring pension (March 1815),

333-

Oultremont, Mons. and Mme d', 169.

Ouvrard, Julien : order to arrest him and
put him in solitary confinement at
Vincennes (June 1810), 185 ; his corre-
spondence with England, 188; referred
to, 341.

PACCA, Cardinal: to be arrested and taken

to Fenestrelle, (1809), 128, 132, 140,

145, 147 ; referred to, 277.
Palafox, Marquis de . to be placed in

solitary confinement at Vincennes, 120;

the severity of his imprisonment to be

increased, 127, 128.
Palais Royal, the, 333.
Palermo, Sicily, 197.
Palmanova, Venetia, 328.
Palmieri, the Pope's steward at Savona,

225.
Pamphlets and libels, 57, 75, 77.



Panfili, Camillo, Cardinal, 19.

Paris : all the garrison sent to Verneuil
(Year vin.), I ; dangerous rumours
and talk to be put a stop to, 116 ; ex-
aggerated alarm felt there during the
campaign of 1809, 126 ; bad feeling
and false reports spread by the English,
132, 133 ; the Paris Mounted Guard,
159; all Englishmen forbidden to re-
side there (June 1810), 186 ; letters
dated thence, I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 28,
61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71,
72, 73, 74, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119,

121, 122, 123, 165, l68, 169, I7O, 171,
172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 202, 216, 217,
2l8, 219, 22O, 221, 222, 224, 225. 226,
227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 245, 258, 259,
26O, 26l, 262, 265, 266, 269, 270, 271,
273, 274, 275, 276, 323, 324, 325, 326,

327, 328, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338,
339, 340, 34i, 342, 343, 344, 345. 34,
347-
Governor of: his office expenses,

52.
Parma, Ferdinand, Duke of, n.

Louis, Prince of, Count of Leghorn,



King of Etruria, n, 17.

Italy : Madame d'Albany to lire

there, 128.

Partariew, Mons., 44.

Pas-de-Calais, Department of the : the
National Guard sent thence to Flushing
(Dec. 1813), 325.

Pasquier, Mons. : the documents from
the Dutch Titles Office to be sent to
him, 198 ; Napoleon's regard for him
as Prefect of Police, 251.

Paul I., Emperor of Russia, II.

Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese,
Duchesse de Guastalla : letters to her,
59, 90, 269 : her journey to Provence
(1807), 41 ; her health : the Emperor's
advice concerning it, 59, 90 ; she sends
a mysterious courier to Soissons, 258 ;
her letter to King Louis to be inter-
cepted, 261 ; bad health again, 269.

Peace, Manuel Godoz, Prince of: Napo-
leon desires his naval plan of campaign
maybe matle known to him (Year IX.),
9 ; the First Consul requests he will
put a body of Spanish troops under
General St. Cyr's orders, 12 ; he
would command the army if he were
to join it (1807), 55; idea of making
over one half of Portugal to him, 71 ;



INDEX



371



the rebellion at Aranjuez, its conse-
quences, 78 ; his wealth exaggerated,
78, 79 ; has an interview with Napoleon
at Bayonne, 79, 84 ; is to live in Paris
if he chooses, 95.

Pearl, Peregrina, Spanish jewels, 246,
247. ^

Pedicini, Cosimo. 225.

Pelet de la Lozere, Councillor of State,

93. 94-

Penitents, Confraternities of, 48, 49.
Penthievre, Fort, I.
Peres de la Foi, 58.
Perlet, Mons., 57, 58.
Perrier, priest, 57.

Persia : General Gardanne's mission, 153.
Petroncini, Monsignor Doria's servant,

225.

Peyron, General, 6.
Philippevil'e, Belgium : letter dated

thence, 347.
Piacenza, Duke Charles of: letter to him,

324-

Piedmont, 159.

Pierlot, Comptroller to the Empress
Josephine, 255.

Pietro, Cardinal di : he is removed from
Fontainebleau and sent into Burgundy
(April 1813), 276.

Pillichadi, Mons., 78.

Pinto, Mons., 14, 16, 17.

Pisa, Tuscany, 73.

Pissotte, Vendee, 230.

Pius vii., Pope : letters to him, 19, 20; he
re-establishes the Jesuits, n; excom-
municates Napoleon and his agents
(1809), 128; the newspapers forbidden
to allude to him, 135 ; the Emperor
sees no objection to his being brought
near Paris, and is inclined to settle him
at Fontainebleau, 145 ; he is sent to
Savona, arrangements and precautions
there, his correspondence intercepted,
his confessor sent to Fenestielle, 147,
148, 154; regret expressed at his
having been sent back from Grenoble
to Savona, proposal to bring him
near Paris, 158 ; sum paid for his main-
tenance by the Romnn Consul ta, 156,
157 ; his letter to Cardinal Caprara
(Sept. 1809), 158; saving to be made
on his household expenses to provide
for possible journeys, 164; arrest of a
priest who goes to see him at Savona,
164; his letters intercepted, 216; his
civil list and household expenditure



reduced to punish his misconduct,
221 ; his servants and attendants re-
moved, 219, 221, 223; his letter to
the Florence Chapter concerning Mon-
signor Osmond's appointment as Arch-
bishop (Jan. 1811), 219, 220; his
letter to the Aix Chapter, 221, 222 ;
he refuses to confer canonical insti-
tution on Bishops appointed by the
Emperor, 222 ; he is to be forbidden
direct communication with the churches
of the Empire, 223 ; his papers seized,
and to be sent to Paris, all means
of writing to be forbidden him, 223,
224 ; his household not to be too
much reduced, 224 ; report on the
persons in his service, the Em-
peror's decision as to which are to
be kept about him, 225 ; the Pope
will go to Avignon, 268; nobody to
be allowed to see him, nor be present
at his mass at Fontainebleau, except
the Bishops (April 1813), 276, 277 ;
orders for his immediate removal from
Fontainebleau to Savona (2ist Jan.
1814), 328, 329.

Plauen, Saxony, 137.

Plombieres, Vosges, 24, 180.

Police : the police should know no
Ambassador, 48 ; Emigres, political
prisoners, 35, 68 ; arrest and imprison-
ment of suspected persons, seizure of
their papers, 26, 27, 30, 48, 49, 57, 58,
99, 144, 183, 184, 185, 190, 195, 196,
217, 218, 230, 241, 242, 337, 338, 339,
341 ; release of prisoners, 195, 196 ;
persons sent to provincial towns and
detained there, enforced residence
in special places, families obliged to
leave their own locality, 28, 39, 90,
143, 144, 167, 168, 169, 186, 196; per-
sons expelled from France, 183, 184;
police manipulation of public opinion
in Paris, 116, 132, 133, 208, 209, 211;
police measures as to books, printed
matter, caricatures, songs, pamphlets,
etc., 23, 57, 58, 123, 178, 205, 206,
213, 239; as to morals, 29, 30, 248;
against General Lecourbe, 26, 27 ;
against Mme de Stae'l, 27, 35, 39, 40,
92, 205, 206, 211, 227; against the
Pope (see Pius vn.); as to religious
matters (see Public Worship) ; as to
Journalism (see Newspapers) ; as to
Postal Matters (see Postal Matters) ;
as to Plots, etc. (see Conspiracies and



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NEW LETTERS OF NAPOLEON I



Plots) ; as to the Spanish Princes (see
Ferdinand vii. and Marie Louise,
Queen of Etruria) ; complaints of the
Paris police after Dubois' departure,
251 ; police agents sent into the Sarthe
and the Mayenne to assist the flying
columns (Jan. 1813), 267 ; surveillance
of the Faubourg St. Germain, 272 ; of
suspected persons, 338, 343.

Police Report, 97.

Council, 93, 94, 97, 98.

Minister of. See Fouche and

Savary.

Ministry of, receipts and expendi-
ture of, 50-52.

Prefect of. See Dubois.

Madrid. See Mad i id.

Polignac, Mme de, 49.

Pomerania, 102, 235, 239.

Poniatowsky, Prince : the Emperor trusts
he is in pursuit of Bagration : desires
he will write twice a day to the Major-
General (July 1812), 262, 263.

Pont-St. -Esprit, 328.

Ponte-Corvo, Principality of: the son of
the King of Naples not to be invested
till he can himself swear fidelity to the
Emperor, 266.

Prince de. See Bernadotte.

Porta, the Pope's Doctor, 225.

Portalis, Minister of Public Worship,
Councillor of State: he is to com-
municate with the Bishops as to the
persecution of the Irish Catholics, 41 ;
ordered to dissolve the congregation
of the Peres de la Foi, 58.

Port-Mahon, Balearic Isles, n.

Porto-Ferrajo, Elba : Italian priests not
to be detained there, 224.

Porto-Lougone, Elba, 224.

Portugal : Spain to be induced to declare
war against Portugal (Year IX. ), 8 ; pro-
posed expedition against Portugal, 10,
II, 12, 13; Treaty with France, n, 13-
16 ; Napoleon desires to force Portugal
to close her ports to English ships, 46 ;
line of conduct prescribed to the French
Ambassador in Madrid, and to Junot,
to enable the Emperor's troops to
reach Lisbon unopposed, and there
seize the fleet, 53-55 ; the Prince Regent
embarks for Brazil, 61 ; organisation
of the French rule, Military and Police
arrangements, 65-67 ; the public debt,
finance, 66 ; salary of the Adminis-
trator-General of the Finances, 65 ; j



Napoleon asserts that Spain desires to
divide Portugal between the Queen of
Etruria and the Prince of Peace, 71.

Portugal, King Henry of, 20.

Sebas'ian, King of, 20.

Posen, Prussia : letter dated thence, 35.

Postal Matters : Couriers stopped, letters
opened and seized, 68, 121, 261 ; the
Pope's letters intercepted, 148, 154,
216, 218, 219 ; the Spanish Royal
Family's letters intercepted, 92 ; letters
from England seized and burnt, 55, 57,
68, 227, 243, 244 ; the Emperor's
express rider seized by the Spaniards,
109.

Potocki, Count, 68.

Prague, Bohemia, 136.

Prefect of Police. See Police, Prefect of.

Prefects of Departments : the Emperor
complains of several in connection with
the conscription, 25 ; weekly circular
to be sent to inform them of current
events and guide their opinions, 208.

Prejean conspiracy, 90.

Presents given by the Emperor, 176.

Priests. See Public Worship.

Prisoners of war : those expected from
Saragossa to be employed on drainage
works, 119; none are to be confined
in frontier fortresses, 144 ; Finnish
prisoners returned to Russia, 163 ; their
freedom sold to them by French officers
in Spain, 201.

Prizes taken at sea, 248.

Promotions : the Emperor reserves him-
self the right of signing those to
superior ranks during the Empress's
regency, 279, 280.

Prussia : Prussian armament (1806), must
be made to disarm, 30-35 ; partisans
and risings (1807) : repressive measures,
38, 39 ; the French uniform insulted at
Konigsberg, 47, 48 ; settlement of the
war indemnity (1807), 49, 50; evacua-
tion of the country by the French : Span-
dau to be blown up first (1808), 102 ;
Napoleon desires Baron von Stein may
be given up to him, III ; the King's
private expenditure, 121 ; nothing to
be feared from Prussia (1809), 126;
the Prussian illusion as to the strength
of the Grande Armee, 154 ; the con-
tinental blockade: English goods
seized, 213; war fines due to France,
213.

Princes of, 38, 40, 43, 254.



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373



Public Worship : police action against
ecclesiastics and priests, 28, 48, 57, 58,
164, 190, 198, 199, 218, 219, 220, 224,
230, 231, 242, 311 ; bishops and parish
priests dismissed or forced to resign,
143. 257 ; suppression of religious
orders and confraternities, 48, 49, 58,
241, 242 ; complaints of pastorals,
sermons, etc., 112, 119, 120, 146, 147;
travelling preachers to be put down,
147 ; refractory Italian priests deported
to Corsica, 218; no work on ecclesi-
astical subjects to be printed, 239 ; the
Bishops of Ghent, Tournay, and Troyes
to resign. 257 ; they are sent to various
towns, 258, 260; the bishops and priests
in the Sarthe and the Mayenne are
expected to do all in their power to
assist the military and police (Jan.
1813), 266; the Seminaries at Ghent
and Tournay (Aug. 1813), 311, 315;
removal of parish priests (1815), 340.

PuWiciste, Le, newspaper, 78, 140.

Pultusk, Poland: letter dated thence, 35.

Puthod, General, reprimanded for having
arrested one of the Emperor's oiderly
officers, 245.

RAGUSA : orders to General Bertrand
about Ragusa and Cattaro (July 1811),
240.

Rambouillet : letters dated thence, 30,
45, 47, 48, 120, 190, 192, 234, 235.

Rampon, General, 149, 152.

Rapallo, Italy, 28.

Rape of the Sabines, ballet, 171.

Rapp, General : blamed for not having
given his precedence to the Russian
Consul, the Empeior complains of his
letter on the subject, 197; referied to,
213.

Re, lie de, refractory conscripts con-
fined in the Citadel, 244.

Real, Comte : letter to him, 341 ; the
Grand Chancellor ordered to consult
him about the quarrel between Fouche
and Dubois, 93, 94 ; he is to break the
seals in the Due d'Otrante's house, 187 ;
he is sent to the Department of the
Ems Oriental in connection with the
disturbances there (May 1811), 233.

Reboul, Abbe, to be arrested and his



papers seized, 224.
Recamier, Mme, 254.



Regiments : young men forced to join
them, 144, 168.



Regnault (Regnaud, Regnauld), de St.
Jean d'Angely : receives the order of
St. Leopold, 236 ; referred to, 98,
146.

Regnier, Comte, Due de Massa : lettei s
to him, 134, 247, 248; Cambaceres
desired to look about for a successor
to him as chief judge, 286.

Regnier, General, in command of the
army in Portugal (Oct. 1810), 209.

Regtihis, the, ship, 9.

Reille, Gei.eral, the Emperor's dis-
pleasure at his having blown up the
bridge over the liidassoa, 301.

Reims, Marne : letters dated thence,

43 1 -

Remhard, Baron, the Emperor's Minister
Plenipotentiary at the Court of West-
phalia : letter to him, 281 ; ordered to
send a detailed report in cipher on
the administration of Westphalia, 115 ;
to remonstrate with King Jerome about
his objectionable favourites 163 ; he
is to be sure the Emperor never
answers the King direct on business
matters, 211.

Rcinosa, Galicia, 104.

Reiset, General, ordered back to his post
(October 1813), 317, 318.

Remusat, Comte de : letter to him, 171 ;
referied to, 95.

Reubell, Mons., 137.

Revolts : in Hesse and Westphalia
(1807), 36-38 ; in Germany (1807), 38,
39; in Tuscany (1808), 108 ; in Hol-
land (1811), 233, 234, 235; in the
32nd Military Divis : on, 267, 268 ; in
Hesse (1813), 269, 270.

Rey, General, 311.

Reynier, General, to return at once to
his post, wh'ch he has left without
permission (March 1813). 275.

Rhenish Confederation : circular to the
ministers at the various Courts, with
reference to Baron von Stein, in ;
circular to demand the recall of the
gr- at German landowners in the
Austrian Service, 116, 117, 118; the
property of such persons to be seques-
tered, 124, 125. See Baden, Bavaria,
Saxony, Westphalia, Wurtemberg.

Rhine, the, 6.

Ribaucourt, Mons. de, 169

Riga, Russia, 214.

Rimini, Italy, 45.

Rippaut, the Emperor's librarian, 40.



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Rivaud, Gendarmerie officer, 335*

Roche-Aymon, Mons. de la. 183.

Rochefort, Charente-Inferieure : four
thousand men to sail thence for Ferrol
(Year IX.), II.

Rochefoucauld, Mme de la, lady-in-
waiting to the Empress Josephine :
letter to her, 173.

Rochejaquelin, Mons. de la: his house to
be destroyed (May 1815), 342 ; a price
set on his head, 344.
- Miles de la, 28.

Rochelle, La, 119, 192, 230.

Rodier, refractory priest, 230.

Roederer, Comte, Councill >r of State :
measures he is to take as Secretary of
State of the Grand Duchy of Berg, to
put down disturbances there, 270 ;
deputed to convey the Emperor's
orders to the King of Spain, 294, 307.

Roguet, General, must try to recapture
Breda (Dec. 1813), 324.

Rohan, Victor Meriadec de, 134.

Romana, Marquis de la : completely de-
feated, 112.

Romanzoff, Comte, Russian Foreign
Minister : hint about Turkey to be con-
veyed to him by Mons. de Caulain-
court, 1 88, 189.

Rome and the Papal States : Lucien Bo a-
parte to be expelled from Kome, 73;
the Legations incorporated with the
French Empire, 87; the Roman State
divided into two Departments, 132 ;
the Emperor's remarks on Cham-
pagny's report on Kome, 168, 169 ;
all property there, belonging to the
former King of Naples, to be seques-
tered, 254 ; refractory priests deported
to Corsica, 258.

Ronsdorf, Grand-Duchy of Berg: disturb-
ances there, 269.

Rotterdam, Holland : rising there (May
1811): repressive measures ordered,
234, 235 ; letter dated thence, 254.

Rouen, Seine Inferieure: police measures
for that town (April 1815), 335;
officials to be dismissed, action to be
taken by General Lemarois (May
1815), 344, 345.

Rousseau, General, 152.

a Belgian in the Austrian

service, 199.

Rouyer, General, 139.

Ruchel, Prussian general, 103.

Russia: the line to be taken by the news-



papers as to the Russian Emperor's
mediation, 23 ; the country not in a
condition to make another war (1806),
31 ; no Russian alliance with Turkey
exists, 36 ; the Russian troops enter
Moldavia, 36 ; Russia must force
Sweden to declare against England,
47 ; Russian troops from Cattaro and
Corfu, 46 ; shelter offered the Russian
squadron on the French coasts, 46 ;
Russian ships at Toulon, 113; Russia
to join France in making rep esenta-
tions to Austria, 113 ; the Emperor
makes his Finnish prisoners over to
Russia, 163 ; Mons. de Caulaincourt
exceeds his instructions as to his nego-
tiations with Russia (April 1810), 178 ;
he is to reassure Russia as to the sup-
posed negotiations between France,
Austria, and England (June 1810), 188,
189; instructions to the Duke of
Vicenza with regard to the Russian
Ukase, etc. (3rd March 1811), 227,
228 ; Russian campaign (1812), 262-
265. See Caulaincourt.

SAHUGUET, General: letter to him, 3;

services with the western army, 3.
Saint-Aignan, Mons. de, 108.
St. Aubin, Mons., 51.
Cloud, Seine-et-Oise : the parish

priest sent forty leagues from Paris

(May 1815), 340.

Palace of: letters dated thence,



20, 21, 29, 30, 43, 44, 73, 75, 76, 101,
102, 103, 104, 105, 185, 186, 187, 188,
189, 190, 194, 195, 198, 199, 200, 201,
202, 232, 233, 234, 237, 238, 240, 241,
242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 256, 257, 258,

^ 277, 278, 323.

Saint-Cyr Military School : youths sent
there by force, 108, III, 168; referred
to, 279.

St. Domingo, island of, 5.

St. Gall, Bishop of, 155.

St. Germain, school of: youths sent
there by force, 168 ; referred to, 279.

Saint-Hilaire. See La-Have-St.-Hilaire.

St. Leopold, Order of, 236.

St. Leu, Comte de. See Louis Bona-
parte, King of Holland.

estate of, made over to Queen

Hortense, 226.

St. Marsan, Mons. de, French Ambassa-
dor at Berlin : information to be sent
him as to the strength of the Grande



INDEX



375



Armee (Aug. 1809), 154 ; he is to de-
mand the arrest of the Berlin and
Konigsberg merchants who practise
smuggling, 235.
St. Phal, actor, gratuity allotted him,

3H-
St. Prix, actor, graluity allotted him,

3H-

St. Sebastian, Spain : besieged by the
English (1813), 311.

Ste.-Foix, Mons. de, 58.

Ste.- Marguerite, isles of, 35.

Sainte- Suzanne, General, 148.

Saintes, Charente-Inferieure, 119.

Salamanca, Spain, referred to, 53.

Saliceti, Police Minister at Naples, 74.

Salmatoris, Comptroller of the Crown
property, 156, 164.

Salpetriere, the, 309.

San-Carlos, Duke of, 123, 322.

San-Clemente, Spain, 100.

San-Remo, Genoese Riviera, 123.

Santa- Fe, Duke of, Spanish Ambassador,
207.

Santander, Spain : threatened riot there
(April 1808), 8 1 ; the town must he
brought to submission (Sept. 1808),
104 ; peculation by French officials
there, 201.

Santarem, Portugal, 66.



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