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Napoléon & Empire
Ephemeris - April
: A new voting rule divides the Tribunate into three sections. They deliberate separately.
: Celebration of the civil marriage of Napoleon and Marie-Louise of Austria in Saint-Cloud.
: Appointment of a provisional government by the Senate.
: Nelson and his fleet bombard Copenhagen.
: Celebration of the religious marriage of Napoleon and Marie-Louise of Austria in the Salon Carre of the Louvre.
: Proclamation by the Senate of the downfall of Napoleon and his family.
: The legislative body vote the revocation of Napoleon.
: First abdication of Napoleon.
: Napoleon reviews debris of his guard.
: Suicide of Pichegru.
: Council of Napoleon's marshals. "Louis-Stanislas-Xavier" (Louis XVIII) is called to throne by the Senate.
: Adoption of the Concordat by the Tribunes.
: Adoption of the Concordat by the legislative body.
: The Austrian army crosses the Inn near Braun and enters into Bavaria.
: Declaration of war from Austria to France.
: Victory of the Austrians on Murat at Ochiobello.
: Arrival of Admiral Villeneuve and his fleet in Cadiz.
: Entry of the Archduke John in Italy at the head of an army Austrian.
: Wellington's Victory on Soult at Toulouse.
: Creation of the schools of pharmacy.
: England and Russia sign the Convention of Saint-Petersburg, which seals their alliance.
: The Spanish guerrillas attack the French army at the Avis Pass (Fight of Guisando).
: Battle of Montenotte.
: Regulation of the operation of the factories and workshops. Prohibition of the coalitions of workers. Establishment of Protection trademarks.
: Napoleon attempts to commit suicide.
: Battle of Millesimo.
: The Privy Council chooses the title of Emperor for Napoleon.
: Publication of Chateaubriand's Genius of Christianity, dedicated to the First Consul.
: The Bank of France obtains for fifteen years the exclusive privilege of issuance of banknotes.
: Benjamin Constant is requested to draft a constitution.
: Victory of Dego.
: Louis Bonaparte refuses the crown of Spain. Napoleon offers it to Jerome, who also refuses.
: Abolition of feudalism in Illyria.
: Battle of Mount Tabor.
: Massacre of the French in the region of Verona.
: Signature of the preliminaries of the peace of Leoben.
: Davout defeats Archduke Charles at Tengen.
: Birth of Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte, future Napoleon III.
: Farewell of the Emperor to his close relations.
: Engagement of Napoleon and Desiree Clary.
: Battle of Mondovi.
: Admiral Villeneuve commits suicide. Napoleon wanted to put him in accusation.
: Battle of Eckmühl.
: Publication of the Supplementary Act to the Constitutions of the Empire.
: Proposal to raise Napoleon Bonaparte's dignity to the one of hereditary Emperor of the French.
: Taken of Regensburg. Slight wound of the Emperor.
: Publication of a Russian ultimatum.
: Hostility to the passage of Napoleon in Provence.
: Conditional amnesty to all exiles.
: The Emperor receives the Persian ambassador, Mirza Reza, at Finckenstein.
: Signing of the Armistice of Cherasco with the kingdom of Sardinia.
: The First Consul, acting as arbiter of the conflict between centralist and federalist in Switzerland Republic, offers them the act of Malmaison. Nobody is satisfied.
: In Hamburg, Davoust agrees to recognize the authority of Louis XVIII but continues to defend the city.
: The United States purchase the Louisiana.
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