Elements of general history: ancient and modern, Volume 6

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Printed for A. Constable, 1823 - History
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Page 1 - Hortense and to her children 400,000 " To King Jerome and his Queen - - 500,000 " To the Princess Eliza - - - 300,000 " To the Princess Paulina ... 300,000...
Page 4 - Art. 21. The present act shall be ratified, and the ratifications exchanged at Paris, within two days, or sooner, if possible. Done at Paris, the llth of April, 1814.
Page 1 - There shall be reserved in the territories hereby renounced to his Majesty the Emperor Napoleon for himself and family, domains or rent-charges in the great book of France, producing a revenue, clear of all deductions and charges, of 2,500,000 francs. These domains and rents shall belong, in full property, and to be disposed of as they shall think fit, to the Princes and Princesses of his family...
Page 412 - His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon renounces, for himself, his successors, and descendants, as well as for all the members of his family, all right of sovereignty and dominion, as well to the French Empire, and the Kingdom of Italy, as over every other country.
Page 3 - There shall be given all the necessary passports for the free passage of his majesty the emperor Napoleon, or of the empress, the princes, and princesses, and all the persons of their suites who wish to accompany them, or to establish themselves out of France, as well as for the passage of all the equipages, horses, and effects belonging to them. The allied powers shall, in consequence, furnish officers and men for escorts.
Page 2 - France, either as extraordinary domain, or as private domain, attached to the crown, the funds placed by the emperor, either in the great book of France, in the bank of France, in the...
Page 3 - No Frenchman who shall have followed the emperor Napoleon or his family, shall be held to have forfeited his rights as such, by not returning to France within three years; at least they shall not be comprised in the exceptions which the French government reserves to itself to grant after the expiration of that term. Art.
Page 2 - Napoleon shall return to the treasury, and to the other public chests, all the sums and effects that shall have been taken out by his orders, with the exception of what has been appropriated from the civil list. Art. 12. " The debts of the household of his Majesty the Emperor Napoleon, such as they were on the day of the signature of the present treaty, shall be immediately discharged out of the arrears due by the public treasury to the civil list, according to a list which shall be signed by a commissioner...
Page 1 - Napoleon, for himself and his family, domains or rent-charges in the great book of France, producing a revenue, clear of all deductions and charges, of 2,500,000 francs. These domains or rents shall belong, in full property, and to be disposed of as they...
Page 1 - The annual pension of the Empress Josephine shall be reduced to 1,000,000, in domains, or in inscriptions in the great book of France : she shall continue to enjoy, in full property, all her private property, moveable and immoveable, with power to dispose of it conformably to the French laws.

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