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Ephemeris - March
: Establishment of a hereditary nobility in the French Empire.
: Signature of a treaty of alliance between King of Prussia and Russia.
: Chaumont Treaty between the allies. They claim they are related against France for twenty years.
: Napoleon's landing at Golfe-Juan (commune of Vallauris).
: Appointment of Bonaparte to the command of the army of Italy.
: Caulaincourt, Napoleon's ambassador to Saint Petersburg and the Russian Foreign Minister initiate discussions on dismantling of the Ottoman Empire.
: Metternich informs Champagny that the movements of French troops in Germany are considered by Austria as a statement of war.
: Closing of the list of emigrants.
: Madison succeeds to Jefferson as President of the United States of America.
: Start of the Presidency of Thomas Jefferson in the new capital of the United States, Washington.
: The French government is informed of the landing of Napoleon.
: A British expeditionary force lands in Egypt, under command of General Abercromby.
: Taking of Jaffa.
: Fontanes becomes Grand Master of the University.
: Victory of Craonne.
: Creation of the police prefecture of Paris.
: The four departments of the left bank of Rhine are united to France.
: Representatives of the Italian consult offer the Crown of Italy to Napoleon.
: Marriage of Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine de Beauharnais.
: Arrest of Cadoudal.
: Napoleon announces to the Senate his intention to accept the Italian crown.
: Battle of Laon.
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: Regulation of the practice of medicine.
: Battle of Laon (end).
: Entry of Napoleon at Lyons.
: Bonaparte's visit to patient of plague in the hospital of Jaffa.
: Taking of Badajoz by Soult.
: Riots in Caen.
: The Russians enter in Berlin.
: Beginning of the siege of Danzig.
: Entrance of the Duke of Angouleme into Bordeaux.
: Ney's victory over the English at Redinha.
: Victory of Reims.
: Election of new pope, Cardinal Chiaramonti, who takes the name Pius VII.
: Resignation of William Pitt, replaced as head of United Kingdom government by Henry Addington.
: Arrest of the Duke of Enghien.
: Battle of Tagliamento.
: Organization of Notaries.
: Proclamation of Napoleon as King of Italy.
: Publication of a decree regulating the exercise of Israelite religion.
: Declaration of war by Prussia to France.
: Signature of Peace of Florence between the Kingdom of Naples and France.
: Exclusion of the main opposition leaders from the Tribunate.
: Establishment of employment tribunals.
: Insurrection of the Spanish people against the departure of the royal family for America.
: Taking of Gradisca.
: Abdication of King Charles IV of Spain for his son Ferdinand VII; overthrow of Godoy.
: Leakage of Louis XVIII.
: Arrival of the Duke of Enghien in Vincennes and appearance before a military commission.
: Birth of Napoleon Francois Charles Joseph Bonaparte, King of Rome.
: Battle of Arcis-sur-Aube.
: Triumphal arrival of Napoleon in Paris. Constitution of a government.
: Meeting of the Duchy of Parma to France. Signature of the Treaty of Aranjuez between France and Spain. Defeat of the French Eastern Army at Canopus.
: Execution of the Duke of Enghien. Promulgation of the "Civil Code of the French".
: Recent appointments to the government of the Empire: Carnot and Caulaincourt.
: Return of the King of Prussia in Berlin.
: Murdering of Tsar Paul I.
: The French enter in Madrid.
: Augereau evacuates Lyon.
: The Diet of Regensburg adopts the Recess that changes from top to bottom the political balance of Germany.
: The judiciary is "purified" of elements from the Revolution.
: The Pope retracts; he denounces the Concordat of Fontainebleau.
: Signature of the Treaty of Amiens with England.
: The Treaty of Vienna joins the Allies against Napoleon.
: Entry of the Prussians in Dresden.
: The Senate examines a motion asking Bonaparte to change his authority into an hereditary power.
: The provinces of Urbino, Macerata, Ancona and Camerino, which are parts of the Holy See, are united to the Kingdom of Italy. Excommunication of Napoleon.
: Cancellation by the State Council of the revocation of Napoleon.
: The value of the franc is fixed to five grams of silver.
: Signing of a treaty with the kingdom of Naples.
: Marie-Louise and the King of Rome leave Paris.
: Despite the advice of Napoleon, Murat triggers war against Austria in Italy.
: Admiral Villeneuve manages to leave the port of Toulon in deceiving the vigilance of Nelson who blocked him.
: Appointment of Joseph Bonaparte as King of Naples.
: Establishment of a Regency Council: Marie-Louise becomes Regent, Cambaceres is appointed privy councilor.
: The Csar accepts the French proposal for sharing the Ottoman Empire but requires to receive Constantinople.
: Signature of the capitulation of Paris. The Allies enter in Paris.
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