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Napoléon & Empire
Ephemeris - September
: Arrival of Maria Walewska and his son to the island of Elba.
: Evacuation of Egypt.
: Bombardment of Copenhagen by the English.
: Pierre Oubril notifies the France of the Czar's refusal to ratify the draft Treaty signed last July 20.
: Victory of Roveredo.
: Directorial coup of 18 Fructidor.
: The English fail in Antwerp.
: Fall of Malta to the English.
: Seid Mohammed el-Koraim is executed on the orders of General Bonaparte, for having betrayed the Republic.
: Creation of the body of inspectors general of the Treasury public.
: Ney is defeated at Dennewitz.
: Napoleon gathers at the tomb of Charlemagne, in Aix-la-Chapelle.
: Battle of Borodino.
: Win of Bassano.
: Ratification of the Concordat by the First Consul.
: Restoration of the Gregorian calendar by Senatus-consultum.
: Töplitz Treaty between Russia, Prussia and Austria.
: Invasion of Bavaria by the Austrian army. Naples signs a treaty of neutrality with France.
: Married men and widowers fathers are exempted from military service.
: Meeting of the Piedmont to France.
: Naples signes a secret treaty of alliance with Russia and England.
: Publication of the "Commercial Code".
: The Prussian army enters in Saxony.
: In Saint-Domingue, uprising of black slaves.
: Death of Charles James Fox, the only strong supporter of peace in British government.
: Capitulation of the British expeditionary force in Egypt, facing Mehemet Ali.
: Napoleon enters Moscow. City fire by Russians.
: Battle of Saint-Georges.
: Joseph Fouche leaves the department of Police General.
: Second day of the Battle of Saint-Georges.
: Creating the Court of Auditors.
: Establishment of the Cispadan Republic.
: Napoleon sends Villeneuve an order to leave Cadiz for support operations of Saint-Cyr in Italy.
: Granting a monopoly on teaching at the University.
: Opening of the exhibition of national industry in the courtyard of the Louvre.
: Wellington besieges Burgos.
: Carnot congratulates Bonaparte for his victory of Bassano.
: Napoleon's departure for Holland.
: Talleyrand returns from America.
: Commitment to neutrality of the King of Naples in case of war between France and Austria.
: Visit of the exhibition of national industry in the Louvre and of the Salon of painting and sculpture.
: Bonaparte lays foundation stone of the monument to Kleber and Desaix, Place des Victoires.
: Announcement to the Senate of the rupture with Austria.
: Last edition of the feast of the founding of the Republic.
: Napoleon confidentially offers peace to the Tsar.
: Creating of the company of guides, nucleus of the future Imperial guard.
: Passage of the Rhine by French troops.
: Financial panic in Paris.
: Establishment of a Treasury Department.
: Meeting of Napoleon and of the Czar in Erfurt.
: Nelson takes command of the English fleet which blocks Cadiz.
: In Erfurt, Talleyrand warns the Tsar against the "madness" of Napoleon.
: Signing of a peace treaty between the French Republic and the kingdom of Portugal.
: Signature of the Franco-American treaty of Mortefontaine, which terminates a quasi war between the two countries.
: The First Consul imposes his mediation to Swiss cantons in the conflict between the Federalists and the Unitarians.
: Creation of the reserve army of the Rhine. Marmont defeats a Russian army in Castelnuovo.
: A raid of the Cossack forces King Jerome Bonaparte to flee Cassel, his capital.
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