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miens....Mr. Fox.... Various anecdotes and incidents in the

life of Bonaparte....Expedition to St. Domingo.... It fails....

Re-establishment of the Catholic religion.... A conspiracy....

Change of Ministry in England....Bonaparte created Empe-

ror..... Another coalition formed against France.... Bonaparte

writes a letter to the King of England.... His Address to the

Senate....Leaves Paris and puts himself at the head of the

army....Commencement of hostilities.... Action at Ulm.... The

Archduke Charles arrives from Italy.... Austrians reinforced

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common enemy.... They issue a proclamation to the people of

France.... The re-establishment of the imperial throne occa-

sions great joy throughout France.... Conciliatory and popular
policy of Napoleon... Suppresses the insurrection in the south

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CHAPTER XIX.

Blucher pursues the French.... Dreadful confusion and slaughter

at the bridge of Genape....Message sent to Grouchy to ac-

quaint him with the loss of thebattle.... The troops ordered to

rendezvous near Loan.... Operations of Grouchy at Wavres....

Situation of France... The allies enter the territories of France

....Napoleon returns to Paris.... Agitation of the chambers....

Motion of La Fayette.... Napoleon abdicates....His son is de-

clared by the title of Napoleon Second.... Napoleon proceeds

to Rochefort.... Paris capitulates.... Napoleon attempts to sail

for America.... Surrenders himself up to the Bellerophon....

His suit.... The Bellerophon sails to Torbay...Great curiosity

excited among the English.... Is informed that he is to be sent

to St. Helena....Enters on board the Northumberland. 333

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