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LONDON:
RICHARD BENTLEY AND SON,
Publishers in Ordinary to Her Majesty.

1873.

(The Right of Publication and of Translation is reserved.)

LONDON :

PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS,

STAMFORD STREET AND CHARING CROSS

CONTENTS.- VOL. II.

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Duchess of Brunswick .

33

The Russian successes .

1 Lord Castlereagh and Co. . 34

Subscriptions for the Russians 3 Going to Hanover

35

Mrs. Fitzherbert

4 News from the Continent 36

Letter from Bath

5 The Prussian mission

37

Bath gaieties

6 London gossip

Stuffed hares

8 Mr. Drake

39

Scott's poetry

ib. Continental news

40

An opening in the North 10 Fitzclarence.

41

Alexander. Lord Palmerston 11 Necessity for an army of reserve 42

Lord Auckland and the M.P. . 13 Bonaparte's answer to the re-

Injudicious friends.

14 presentative body

43

American affairs

15 M. de Gentz .

44

A pigeon fancier

16 French agents

45

The Princess's letter

17 Lord Cathcart

46

Bonaparte's speech .

ib. Prussian revenue. Prussian

A Russian Princess .

18

army

47

Pensions ,

19 French principles at Berlin 48

Berlin

20 Advice on the mode of trans-

A church squabble at Brighton 21 acting business

ib.

French readings.

22 Setting off for the Continent 50

The Princess. The Prince Re- The Admiralty refuse Sir

gent. Mrs. Fitzherbert. . 23 Charles a frigate

51

Sending a Chargé d'Affaires to Sir C. Stewart's instructions 52

Prussia

24 Letter to Metternich

54

News from Prussia .

25 Berlin. The feeling of the peo-

Count Lieven

27 ple.

55

Sir Charles Stewart's mission . 28 Order received for a packet 56

Treaty between Russia and The Prussians and Russians 57

Prussia. Death of Duchess At Harwich .

58

of Brunswick.

29 Mr. Cooke. Lord Castlereagh 59

Letter from Bath

30 Waiting at Harwich

60

Things in the North

31 The cession of Hildesheim to

Sir Charles Stewart and Lord Hanover

61

Castlereagh '.

ib. General Tettenborn. Emperor

Mrs. Opie's novel,“ Temper”. 32 Alexander, Lord Cathcart 63

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Sir Charles Stewart's mission. 64 Bautzen. Quartered at the

Prussia

65 bishop's.

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Anchored off Cuxhaven

66 Conference at the Chancellor's 100

News of the armies. Austria Ascending the steeple. Ar-

offers to treat for peace .

67 rival at Görlitz

101

Landing at Hamburg

68 Robert Semple," the traveller ” 102

Dine with General Tettenborn 69 The King and Hardenberg de-

The Hamburgers

. 70 pressed and anxious. : 103

The French forces in the North. Austria's proposals to mediate 104

King of Prussia

71 The action at Bautzen . 105

General Tettenborn. The Danes The army in retreat

. 108

at Hamburg

72 The French in pursuit. Silesia 109

Convention signed at Breslau. 73 Quartered at an old lady's
M. de Gentz. Arrive at Berlin 75 country house.

ib.

Expected battle

76 | Duroc killed .

110

Dresden

77 French at Lauban. Flight to

The Chancellor Hardenberg 78 Goldsberg and Jauer. 111

Madame d'Ompteda’s tea party 80 Bernadotte at Stralsund 112

Austria, as une puissance média- Arrive at Breslau

113

trice. Position of the armies 81 Field-Marshal Kalkreuth 114

Marshal Kutusow. Presenta- Enemy advancing. Dinner at

tion to the King .

82 traiteur's

115

Presentation to the Prince Sir Robert Wilson decorated

Royal of Prussia

83 in front of the Russian army 116

The ex-King of Sweden

84 Letters from Brighton .

117

Lord Cathcart leaves for the Lady Holland

· 119

armies. Death of Marshal French advancing on Breslau. 122

Kutusow

85 Countess Tauentzien

124

Dinner at the Chancellor's; dis- Letter from Sir Charles Stewart ib.

cussion respecting Hilde- Idem. The armistice

126

sheim, &c.

86 The young Princes of Prussia. 127

Sir Charles off to the wars. 87 Sir Charles Stewart's mission . 128

The battle of Lutzen

88 Dinner at Sir Charles Stewart's 129

Bonaparte's boast

90 Hardenberg and the King . . 130

Causes of the failure of the Lord Cathcart. The Treaty

Allies.

92 with Russia

131

The Prince Royal of Prussia 93 Bonaparte's conversation with

Private correspondence pro- General Kreusemarck 132

hibited.

94 Sir Charles leaves for Stral-

Confusion and misery at Dres- sund

133

den. General Kreusemarck Lord Cathcart

134

and Bonaparte

95 Diplomatic dinner at the Chan-

Austria expected to join the cellor's.

135

allies

96 Grand review of Russian troops 136

Lieutenant Rodney .

97 Home news

137

Bridge over the Elbe burnt. Madame de Lieven.

139

Un sauve qui peut

98 Mesdames Moreau and de Staël 141

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Reichenbach in 1790 · 142 Supper at Duke of Oldenburg's.

The Regent's fête. Madame de Mr. Semple outrageous . 179

Staël

144 The views of the British Go-

Madame Moreau, General Mo- vernment stated

180

Battle of Vittoria 145 Letter from Sir C. Stewart

. 183

Great rejoicings. The Regent's Letter from M. de Gentz. . 184

fête.

147 Discussion at the Chancellor's. 186

Lord Byron and Lady Caro- Birthday ball at Landeck . . 187

line Lambe. A party to English travellers. Mr. Morley,

Astley's

148

Junior .

188

Amusements at Reichenbach . 149 Reported defeat of Wellington
Alexander and Bonaparte .

150 by Soult. Letter from Sir

Lord Kinnaird and Mr. Hob- C. Stewart.

189

house.

ib. The Crown Prince of Sweden. 190

Unsatisfactory news from Hungary. Home news

191

Prague. Mr. Vernon 151 The armistice. Austrian me-

Mr. Boughton. Letter from diation.

192

Sir C. Stewart.

152 The Vittoria festival at Vaux-

Landsturm and Landwehr of hall

193

Berlin.

153 Joseph's portefeuille. . Lord

Letters from Sir C. Stewart 154 Aberdeen.

195

Assistance of Great Britain to Letter from M. de Gentz 197

Prussia

155 The armistice denounced. Let-

The Swedish army

. 156

ter from M. de Gentz

203

Letter from M. de Gentz 159 Bonaparte. Hardenberg. King

News reaches Reichenbach of of Prussia .

204

the Battle of Vittoria 162 | Austria declares war against

Secret interview between the France.

205

Emperors Alexander and Birthday dinner. Letter from

Francis

ib. M. de Gentz

206

Lord Cathcart and Sir Charles No houses to be had

209

Stewart

163 No quarters. Presentation of

Shoals of British travellers. gold snuff-box, Some high

Prince Czartoriski

. 165

words.

210

Professor Ancillon. Prince of The ball at Landeck. The

Sweden and King of Prussia 166 King of Prussia

211

The friseur of Reichenbach. A Un dîner champêtre .

212

Te Deum for Vittoria . . 167 The public baths

214

Caulaincourt and the armistice. The Empress Maria Louisa 215

Letter from Sir C. Stewart . 168 General Moreau. Setting out

Mr. Semple

169 for Prague

216

Letter from M. de Gentz 170 Königgratz. Pat's German 217

Grand review at Grottkan . 176 Grand review of Austrian

Letter from Sir C. Stewart. . 177

troops at Schlaw .

218

The Crown Prince of Sweden. Conversation with General

Bonaparte leaves Dresden Jomini.

219

with the King

178 Gentz.

220

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