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A History of Modern Europe: From the outbreak of the revolutionary war in ...
Charles Alan Fyffe
Visos knygos peržiūra - 1887
A History of Modern Europe: From the outbreak of the Revolutionary War in ...
Charles Alan Fyffe
Visos knygos peržiūra - 1890
affairs Alexander alliance Allies ambassador arms army Assembly attack Austria battle Bavaria Berlin Bismarck Blücher Bonaparte Bourbon Britain British campaign capital Castlereagh Cavour Chamber command Congress Constitution Count of Artois Court Crown Czar Danube declared defence despatch Diet elected Emperor Empire enemy England English entered envoy Europe European Federal Ferdinand fleet force foreign formed France Frankfort Frederick William French frontier Garibaldi Germany Government Greece Greek hands hope hostilities Hungarian Hungary independence insurrection Italian Italy King King of Prussia kingdom land Liberals Lombardy Lord Louis Philippe Louis XVIII Magyar March ment Metternich military Minister Ministry monarchy movement Naples Napoleon negotiations Northern Ottoman Empire Paris Parliament party passed patriotic peace Piedmont Poland political Prince provinces Prussia reform Republic resistance restoration retreat Revolution revolutionary Rhine sent soldiers sovereign Spain Spanish Stein struggle Sultan territory Thugut tion Treaty troops Turkish Turks victory Vienna Wellington
1009 psl. - She is not a country that, when she enters into a campaign has to ask herself whether she can support a second or a third campaign . She enters into a campaign which she will not terminate till right is done.
853 psl. - The contracting powers recognise the high value of this communication. It is clearly understood that it cannot, in any case, give to the said powers the right to interfere, either collectively or separately, in the relations of his majesty the Sultan with his subjects, nor in the internal administration of his empire.
1025 psl. - Roumania the extension of Bulgaria to the shores of the Black Sea, which are principally inhabited by Mussulmans and Greeks, and the acquisition of the important harbour of Batoum, will make the will of the Russian Government dominant over all the vicinity of the Black Sea.
275 psl. - Venetia ; but it was impossible to pursue these advantages when the capital itself was on the point of falling into the hands of the enemy. The invading armies halted, and ere long the Archduke John commenced his retreat into the mountains. In Northern Germany no popular uprising could be expected when once Austria had been defeated. The only movements that took place were undertaken by soldiers, and undertaken before the disasters in Bavaria be- Atifmnt«of came known.
853 psl. - His Imperial Majesty the Sultan, having, in his constant solicitude for the welfare of his subjects, issued a firman which, while ameliorating their condition without distinction of religion or of race, records his generous intentions towards the Christian population of his empire...
853 psl. - The Principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia shall continue to enjoy under the suzerainty of the Porte, and under the guarantee of the Contracting Powers, the privileges and immunities of which they are in possession. No exclusive protection shall be exercised over them by any of the guaranteeing Powers. There shall be no separate right of interference in their internal affairs.
1026 psl. - England to introduce necessary reforms, to be agreed upon later between the two Powers, into the Government, and for the protection of the Christian and other subjects of the Porte in these territories...
1027 psl. - It was to remain under the direct political and military authority of the Sultan, under conditions of administrative autonomy.
1008 psl. - Livadia, and published at your Excellency's request, when he pledged his word of honour that he had no intention of acquiring Constantinople, and that, if necessity should oblige him to occupy a portion of Bulgaria, it would only be provisionally, and until the peace and safety of the Christian population were secured.