A Monograph on Plebiscites: With a Collection of Official Documents (Google eBook)

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Oxford University Press, 1920 - Plebiscite - 1088 pages
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Contents

THE PERIOD OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
173
Address of the Parishes of the Comtat Venaissin in Answer to the Motion of M
175
Address of the Representative Body of the Comtat Venaissin June 22 1790
182
Second Report of the Committees on Avignon Regarding the Union of Avignon
188
Draft Decree for the Union of Avignon Proposed by Menou in the Third Report
207
Letter of the Mediators to the President of the National Assembly at Bédarides
215
Fourth Report of the Committees on Avignon and the Comtat Venaissin September
227
Formal Charges Brought Against the Mediators by Abbé Maury Before the National
239
Reply of Le Scène des Maisons
247
Decree of the National Convention Uniting Avignon and the Comtat Venaissin
266
Proclamation of the Commissioners sent by the National Convention to the Army
278
Address of the Provisional Administrative Bodies of the City and County of Nice
285
Extract from the Minute of the Second Session of the Assembly of the Deputies
290
Decree of Union with France passed by the National Assembly of the Colons
296
The Belgian Communes and the Rhine Valley 1793
302
Form of Proclamation to be Made by the French Generals to the Peoples Con
310
Decree Regarding the Union of the Principality of Monaco of a Part of the Baili
316
The Union of Brussels Ghent and other Belgian Cities with France Extracts from
322
Letter of the Citizens Rewbel Merlin de Thionville and Haussmann Commissioners
343
Report made before the National Convention by Haussmann Commissioner to
349
The Republics of Mulhausen and Geneva 1798
359
Italian Plebiscites of 1848 Lombardy
370
The Provisional Government of Lombardy Proclaims a Plebiscite May 12 1848
376
Statement by the Provisional Government of the Liberties which the Lombard People
387
Vote of the Subalpine Parliament Accepting the Vote of Lombardy and the Provinces
394
Reply of the Provisional Government June 2 1848
401
Vote of the Sardinian Parliament Accepting the Vote of the City and Province
409
Modena and Reggio
424
Formal Act Embodying the Results of the Plebiscite of Reggio May 30 1848
436
Vote of the National Assembly of Tuscany Dethroning the House of Austro
457
Name of Victor Emanuel September 29 1859
463
Romagna
477
Parma and Piacenza 1859
489
Decree of the Representative Assembly of the States of Parma Dethroning the House
495
Dispatch of Lord John Russell to Earl Cowley British Ambassador at Paris
499
Dispatch of Cavour to the Governors of Emilia and Tuscany Concerning
506
Decree of the Tuscan Government Proclaiming a Plebiscite on the Question
513
Letter of Cavour to Villamarina Minister of Sardinia at Naples March 1860
523
Proclamation of the Results of the Plebiscite in Tuscany March 15 1860
529
Formal Presentation of the Results of the Plebiscite of Emilia to King Victor
535
Dispatch of the British Ambassador at Paris to Lord John Russell March 9 1860
544
Swiss Protest to Sardinia March 14 1860
550
Convocation of the Popular Assemblies of Sicily for a Plebiscite on the Question
635
Formal Minute of the Result of the Plebiscite of the Neapolitan Provinces as Pro
641
Presentation of the Plebiscite of Naples to Victor Emanuel November 7 1860
648
Royal Decree of Annexation of the Neapolitan Provinces to the Kingdom of Italy
654
Proclamation of the Royal Commissioner to the People of the Marches October
662
Formal Minute of the Result of the Plebiscite in the Provinces of Umbria Novem
670
Royal Decree of Annexation of the Marches to the Italian State December 17 1860 677 Venetia 1866
679
Report by the President of the Council to Victor Emanuel Recommending that
683
Formal Minute of the Delivery of Venetia to the Venetian Authorities by
689
Royal Decree Uniting Venetia to the Kingdom of Italy November 4 1866
701
September 29 1870
708
Moldavia and Wallachia 1857
726
Treaty of Peace Between Austria France Great Britain Prussia Russia Sardinia
741
Firman of Convocation of the Divans ad hoc of Wallachia and of Moldavia
749
Manifesto of the Electoral Committee of Jassy March 1022 1857
757
Memorandum Interpreting the Firman of Convocation of the Divans ad hoc June
808
Form of Certificate of Election Prescribed by the Moldavian Government June
814
Address of the Metropolitan of Moldavia to the European Commission at Bucharest
820
Manifesto of the Central Committee of Bucharest Wallachia August 315 1857
826
Extracts from Report on the Reorganization of the Principalities of Moldavia
833
Treaty Between Great Britain France and Russia on the One Part and Denmark
848
Protocol of the Conference Held in London by Plenipotentiaries of Austria France
850
Treaty Between Great Britain France and Russia on the One Part and Greece
860
Protest by the Provisional Government of SchleswigHolstein Against the Proposal
866
Correspondence Between the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and
874
Dispatch of the French Minister of Foreign Affairs to the French Plenipotentiary
883
Treaty of Peace Between Austria and Prussia on the One Part and Denmark
933
Treaty Between AustriaHungary and Germany Modifying Article V of the Treaty
942
Uncompleted Treaty Between the United States of America and His Majesty
960
THE PERIOD OF 18711914
977
Extracts from the Correspondence Between the Secretary of State of the United
985
Peace Protocol Between Novoa and Iglesias
991
Uncompleted Secret Treaty Between Chile and Bolivia Signed May 18 1895
997
Treaty of Peace Friendship and Commerce Between Bolivia and Chile Signed
1009
The Minister of Foreign Relations of Peru to the Minister of Foreign Affairs
1021
Reply of Sr Seoane May 8 1908
1029
Summary of the Chilean and Peruvian Proposals for the Holding of the Plebiscite
1046
Report to the Storting by the Norwegian Department of Justice Recommending
1053
Circular of Instructions from the Department of Justice to the Registration Officers
1060
Circular of the Department of Ecclesiastical Affairs to the Clergy July 29 1905
1069
Index
1075
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