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Side 66 - Emperor of the French, King of Italy, Protector of the Confederation of the Rhine, Mediator of the Swiss Confederation.
Side x - Fraser has herself written illuminating connecting links and added notes and elucidations, while the introduction has been written by a keen student of the Napoleonic era. The documents were collected by the Marchesa Maddalena Patrizi through a long period of industrious research both in France and Italy, and were printed in the " Memorie di Coesa Patrizi " some years ago for family circulation only. In the present work these are offered to the public for the first time. Primitive People. By CAPTA!N...
Side 284 - In that case the court refused to recognize the continuing division of income between the surviving partner and the deceased partner's widow, claiming that the whole thing was merely an attempt on the part of the partner to divert a portion of his own income to the widow.
Side 167 - Malta had been practically suppressed in 1798 when Napoleon, on his way to Egypt, took possession of the island and forced the Grand Master, Ferdinand von Hompesch, to resign.
Side 85 - Prefect understood that, in the face of such obstinacy, there was no more to be...