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Napoléon & Empire
Ephemeris - October
: Signature of the Franco-Spanish Treaty of San Ildefonso.
: Signature of the preliminaries of peace between England and France, represented by Otto.
: Institution of the worker booklet.
: Prussian ultimatum requiring that French troops leave Germany.
: Goethe's first visit to Napoleon.
: Goethe's second visit to Napoleon.
: Blücher passes the Elbe at Wartenburg.
: Fouche leaves the Illyria invaded by the Austrians.
: The National Guard is giving way to a Custody Municipal.
: Repression of the royalist insurrection of 13 Vendemiaire.
: The English fleet captures several Spanish vessels, without any declaration of war.
: The French army is called the Grand Army.
: The French army crosses the Danube and marches on Vienna.
: Proclamation of Independence of the states of the Duke of Modena.
: Conclusion of a Treaty of Peace between the French Republic and the Emperor of Russia.
: Defection of Bavaria, which joins the coalition in the Treaty of Ried.
: Order for future drilling of the streets of Castiglione, of the Pyramids and of Rivoli.
: Failed attempt to assassinate Bonaparte organized by the sculptor Ceracchi.
: Battle of Saalfeld. Death of Prince Louis of Prussia.
: Victory of Napoleon over Blücher at Düben.
: The French come to Munich.
: Signing of an agreement renewing the alliance between the two emperors of France and of Russia.
: Attempted assassination of Napoleon by Staps at Schoenbrunn.
: First snow in Moscow.
: Talleyrand presents at the Congress of Vienna a project to deport Napoleon to the Azores, the Caribbean or Sainte-Helene.
: Fight of Elchingen.
: Battle of Jena-Auerstadt.
: The 1809 campaign ends with the Treaty of Peace of Vienna.
: Decree of Moscow, reorganizing the French Comedie.
: Bonaparte is promoted to the rank of major general.
: Battle of Leipzig.
: Arrival at Saint-Helena.
: A peace treaty is signed at Campo Formio.
: Entering of the French army in Spain.
: Execution of Friedrich Staps, guilty of attempting to murder Napoleon.
: Battle of Leipzig (continued).
: Taken of Verona by Massena, occupation of Ancona by Gouvion Saint-Cyr.
: Battle of Leipzig (end). Defection of the Saxon army.
: Capitulation of Ulm.
: Beginning of the retreat from Russia.
: A decree deletes forty-eight thousand individuals from the list of emigrants.
: A note from Talleyrand threatens England of another war if Malta is not evacuated. Bourrienne, the Secretary of Bonaparte is revoked because of fraud.
: The prisonner Austrian army walks in procession in front of Napoleon.
: Revolt of Cairo.
: Naval Battle of Trafalgar. Death of Nelson.
: Conclusion of a secret alliance between Portugal and England.
: A decree substitutes the words "French Empire" to "French Republic" on coins.
: Given the heroic resistance of General Dubreton and its 1 800 men, Wellington raises the siege of Burgos.
: In Paris, an attempted coup d'Etat of General Malet fails.
: General Leclerc is appointed head of the expedition to San Domingo, designed to recover Island.
: Battle of Maloyaroslavets.
: Capitulation of the city of Sagunto, facing Suchet.
: Appointment of Bonaparte to command the Army of the Interior.
: Ratification of the Treaty of Campo Formio by the Directory.
: Marriage of Lucien Bonaparte, who will cause his quarrel with Napoleon.
: French defeat in front of an Anglo-Spanish army in Arroyo Molinos.
: Bonaparte is appointed as plenipotentiary at the Congress of Radstadt.
: Napoleon enters Berlin.
: Sharing of Portugal between France and Spain, by the secret Treaty of Fontainebleau.
: Bonaparte's appointment as second lieutenant.
: Bonaparte is promoted to the rank of chief of batallion.
: Execution of Malet and his accomplices.
: Massena's victory on the Archduke Charles at Caldiero.
: Alliance between France and Denmark.
: The Grand Army retired defeats the Bavarians at Hanau.
: Victory of Lefebvre in Durango.
: Prince Eugene and General Grenier defeat the Austrians at Bassano.
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