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HISTORY OF EU R O PE

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WILLIAM BLACKWOOD AND SONS
ED IN BURGH AND LONDON
M D C C C LVI

The Author of this Work reserves the right of authorising a Translation of it.

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1. Peace necessary to Germany after the efforts of the war, - -

2. Extreme moderation of the German demands on the peace, . -

3. Dangers to German independence on the dissolution of the Empire, .

4. Sage constitution and immense strength of the German Confederacy,

5. Military forces of the Confederacy, - - - - -

6. External and internal peace and great prosperity this has secured to

Germany, . - - - - - - -

7. Great material prosperity of the country : its statistics, -

8. Splendour of its capitals and chief cities, - - - -

9. Universal education of the people, - - - - -

10. Anomalous result of education on crime, -

11. Statistics of education and crime in Austria, . - -

12. Seeds of discontent arising out of this very prosperity, -

13. Manner in which this was brought about, - - - -

14. Universal expectation of liberal institutions which prevailed in Germany

after the peace, . - - - - - -

15. Evidence from public acts of the promise to give Germany constitutional

government, - - - - - - -

16. Delay in performing these promises on the part of the German govern-

ments, - - - - - - - -

17. States established in Hanover, Würtemberg, and Baden, but not in

Prussia, . . . - - - - - -

18. Tardy promises of the Prussian government, . - - -

19. Important resolution of the Diet regarding the internal affairs of the

Confederation, - - - - - - -

20. Great effect of these provisions, - - - - -

21. Effect of the Spanish and Italian revolutions of 1819 and 1820 on Ger:

many, - - - - - - - -

22. Resolution of the Diet on the propositions of Austria, - -

23. Supreme Austregal Court, - - - - - -

24. Assassination of Kotzebue, - - - - -

25. His execution, and immense sensation it created, - - -

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