The Cambridge Modern History, المجلد 11

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John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Baron Acton, Sir Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero, Sir Stanley Mordaunt Leathes
The University Press, 1918
"The Cambridge Modern History" is a comprehensive modern history of the world, beginning with the 15th century age of Discovery, published by the Cambridge University Press in the United Kingdom and also in the United States.
 

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Guizot and the Congregations
34
Lamartine and the banquets
40
Bohemian demands
46
His first measures
49
Croatia
50
Frederick Williams constitutional ideas
55
Foreshadowings of revolution
62
Contents
65
xvi
67
Pellegrino Rossi Congressi degli Scienziati
68
Pius IXs Amnesty its effects in Italy
74
Luxemburg under Prince Henry 185079
79
Rising at Palermo Constitutional edict at Naples
81
Republic of St Mark Tuscany joins Piedmont
84
Radetzky overruns Venetia Reaction at Naples
90
CHAPTER V
96
The deputies at the Corps Législatif
102
Election of a Constituent Assembly LedruRollin and the departments
108
Murder of the Archbishop of Paris
115
Relations of Ministry and Assembly
119
XX
149
Prussian intervention Dahlmanns Constitution
163
The Malmoe Truce and the Frankfort Parliament
169
Central Political Committee The Emperors departure
177
Batthyány Jellačić invades Hungary
183
Battle of Schwechat Capture of Vienna Arrests and executions
191
The Prussian Circular Dispatch
197
CHAPTER VII
202
Hungarian capture of Budapest Russian intervention
208
The retribution
214
The Dreikönigsbündniss and the Union
220
The Danish and SchleswigHolstein Succession The London Protocol
226
The Dresden Conferences
232
CHAPTER XIII
234
Reaction The Act of Neutralisation
238
Threatened intervention of Great Powers
244
The Federal Pact 2367
248
Fears of European intervention
250
Mediation of Napoleon Reforms
256
2 GERMAN LITERATURE
261
CHAPTER IX
262
Attempts to ameliorate the lot of the serfs
268
Results of the reign of Nicholas
274
Turkey and the Hungarian refugees Montenegro Greece
278
CHAPTER X
286
Police and Press Imperial Court
292
Government attitude towards finance
298
Paris and public opinion The Republican party
304
Financial policy of Gladstone
311
Effect of the massacre of Sinope
317
End of the War Congress of Paris
323
Government of India Bill
329
Financial achievements of Gladstone America
335
Disraelis first Parliamentary Reform Bill
341
ENGLISH LITERATURE
347
Hood Elizabeth Barrett Browning
353
Contrasted influence of Dickens and Thackeray
359
Revival of French literary influence The idea of evolution
365
Cavour Premier Economic reforms
371
The Mantuan Trials Reaction in Tuscany Guerrazzi
377
War declared Piedmontese and French victories Magenta and Sol
383
Garibaldi at Naples Merode at Rome
389
Policy of Manteuffel in Prussia The Junkers
395
Magyar resistance to Bachs policy
401
and Austria
407
By K BRUEL Litt D Kings College Ph D University
412
Keller Storm Freytag
418
Charles Kisfaludy
424
Kálmán Tóth Jókai
430
Napoleons proposal for a congress rejected
436
Prussia resolves to act without the Confederation
439
Convention of Gastein
445
Bismarcks risk
451
The south German States French demands waived
457
The Hohenzollern candidature France declares war
463
Alfred de Musset Baudelaire
513
George Sand
519
Guizot Tocqueville Thiers Lamartine
524
English opinion of Cavour
530
The problem of brigandage in Naples
536
Rattazzi carries the confiscation of church property
543
THE COURSE OF REVOLUTION IN SPAIN AND PORTUGAL
550
Diplomatic dispute with England
556
ODonnells new Ministry His resignation
562
Narváez autocratic rule Prim and the dynasty
568
humiliates Portugal Luiz I
574
Moltkes plan of campaign
580
The affair of Saarbrücken
583
Battle of Colombey
589
Formation of the army of Châlons
595
The situation after the investment of Paris
601
Chanzy at Le Mans Faidherbes advance on Amiens
607
CHAPTER XXII
613
Railways and financial policy
619
Reforms in the military and educational systems
624
Growth of Nihilism
630
Settlement of Syria Montenegro
636
Ionian Islands ceded
642
The Čech nationality The origin of Panslavism
654
Seujski and the Przegląd Polski
660
CHAPTER XXIV
677
His foreign policy
683
Parliamentary reform in Sweden
689
The Constitution of 1849
695
Germanising tendencies in Danish literature
697
CHAPTER XXV
703
Spanish Concordat
709
Significance of Quanta Cura and the Syllabus
715
The Opposition grows weaker
721
INDIA AND AFGHANISTAN
724
Bentincks reforms
730
War with Sind
736
The Punjab annexed Second Burmese War
742
Siege and two reliefs of Lucknow
748
CHAPTER XXVII
754
Durhams Report on Canada
757
Relaxation of economic control
763
The Quebec Conference
769
Cartier Macdonald Growth of the Dominion
775
The Great Trek and its effects
781
Basutoland The diamond fields
787
4 THE DEVELOPMENT OF AUSTRALASIA
789
Exploration Advance in prosperity
795
Movements for Australian Federation
801
The question of the opium trade
807
Chinese alarmed at the growth of missions
814
The Taiping rebellion
820
Suppression of the rebellion
821
The powers of the Council of State
827
ports to be opened
833
Difficulties of the Tycoon
839
Shimadzu Saburos mission to Yedo Richardson killed
845
The Tycoon again at Kioto Choshiu clan attack the palace
851
The Tycoon resigns the Mikado resumes government
857
Further changes Parliamentary assembly
863
Monarchy 184062 879903
879
The Swiss Confederation 181574 9148
914
CHAPTER XXIII
937
French Literature 184070 9434
943
HOLLAND AND BELGIUM
956
Rome and the Vatican Council 9634
963
77
966
1 HOLLAND
969
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF LEADING EVENTS 98394
983
INDEX
995
78
1003
Holland in 1839 and 1840
1013
2 BELGIUM
1022
Lord Aberdeens new Ministry
1029
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