N & E
Napoléon & Empire
Ephemeris - June
: Bonaparte's appointment as first lieutenant.
: Proclamation of peace in Paris.
: Assembly of the Champ-de-Mai. Swearing of the Emperor to new constitution of the Empire.
: Entry in Milan.
: Entry of the French in Verona.
: Reinstating the Cisalpine Republic.
: Allies leave Paris and begin the evacuation of France.
: Annexation to France of Genoa and Liguria. Nelson, pursuing Villeneuve to the West Indies, arrives too late to find him.
: Signing of an armistice of two months at Pleiswitz.
: Mortier occupies the city of Hanover.
: Appointment of Louis Bonaparte as King of Holland.
: Signing of an armistice between France and the Kingdom of Naples.
: Appointment of Joseph Bonaparte as King of Spain.
: Arrest of Toussaint Louverture in Saint-Domingue.
: Appointment of Prince Eugene de Beauharnais as Viceroy of Italy.
: Constitution of the Germanic Confederation in Vienna.
: Battle of Montebello.
: Villeneuve leaves again from the Caribbean for Europe.
: Signature of the Treaty of Vienna.
: Establishment of general regulations of schools.
: Death sentence of Cadoudal and nineteen of his accomplices. Condemnation of Moreau to two years of prison.
: Entry of the French at Valladolid after the fight of Cabezon.
: Entry of the French army in the Papal States.
: Capitulation of Valletta.
: End of the conquest of Malta.
: Nelson, always in pursuit of Villeneuve, moves from the Caribbean to Europe.
: Proclamation of the Ligurian Republic.
: Victory of Marengo and death of Desaix. Assassination of Kleber in Egypt.
: Battle of Friedland.
: The Admiral François-Étienne de Rosily Mesros and his fleet capitulate to the Spanish insurgents in front of Cadiz.
: England and Prussia sign the Treaty of Reichenbach: England finances, Prussia fights.
: Victory of Suchet on Moore at Zaragoza.
: Fight of Zaragoza. Dupont l'Etang evacuates Cordoba.
: Bonaparte writes to the Directory in order to inform it of the taking of Malta.
: A national council opens at Notre Dame.
: The United States declare war on England.
: Battle of Waterloo.
: Evacuation of Cordoba by the French.
: Begining of the captivity of the Pope at Fontainebleau.
: Intrigues in Paris following the rumors of a large defeat and of the death of a great leader.
: The Kingdom of Naples receives its constitution from Napoleon.
: Entry of the French in Turin.
: Wellington's victory over Jourdan at Vitoria.
: Abdication in favor of Napoleon II.
: Signing of an armistice with the Holy See.
: Occupation of Genoa.
: Arrest of General Simon, Chief of Staff of Bernadotte, accused of trying to raise the army against the "Tyrant Bonaparte".
: Napoleon gracies Moreau, sentenced on preceding June 10 to two years of prison for his involvement in the Cadoudal conspiracy.
: The republic of Lucca becomes a principality whose Elisa Bonaparte is the sovereign.
: Crossing of the Niemen.
: Signing a peace treaty between France and the Ottoman Empire.
: Execution of Cadoudal and eleven of his accomplices.
: Meeting of Napoleon and Tsar Alexander I on a raft in the middle of the Niemen.
: During an interview, Napoleon accuses Metternich of being paid by England.
: Occupation of Livorno.
: Surrender of French forces in Cairo and evacuation of the city.
: Taken of Buenos Aires by the English.
: Second Treaty of Reichenbach between Russia, Prussia and Austria.
: Suchet takes Tarragona.
: Proclamation of Independence of Lombardy.
: Blücher's appointment as commander of the Prussian army.
: Frederick William of Prussia confirms its alliance with Russia by the declaration of Charlottenburg.
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