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The Memoirs of Napoleon, V7, 1804

By De Bourrienne, Louis Antoine Fauvelet

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Title: The Memoirs of Napoleon, V7, 1804  
Author: De Bourrienne, Louis Antoine Fauvelet
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: arranging the peace; but his intention was to mark his return to the ministry by the renewal of the implacable hatred he had vowed against France. Still, I have always thought that the conclusion of peace, however necessary to England, was an error of the Cabinet of London. England alone had never before acknowledged any of the governments which had risen up in France since the Revolution; and as the past could not be blotted out, a future war, however successful to England, could not take from Bonaparte?s Government the immense weight it had acquired by an interval of peace. Besides, by the mere fact of the conclusion of the treaty England proved to all Europe that the restoration of the Bourbons was merely a pretext, and she defaced that page of her history which might have shown that she was actuated by nobler and more generous sentiments than mere hatred of France. It is very certain that the condescension of England in treating with the First Consul had the effect of rallying round him a great many partisans of the Bourbons, whose hopes entirely depended on the continuance of war between Great Britain and France. This opened the eyes of the greater number, namely, those who could not see below the surface, and were not previously aware that the demonstrations of friendship so liberally made to the Bourbons by the European Cabinets, and especially by England, were merely false pretences, assumed for the purpose of disguising, beneath the semblance of honourable motives, their wish to injure France, and to oppose her rapidly increasing power.

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Table of Contents: The Memoirs of Napoleon, V7, 1804, 1 -- Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne, 1 -- Chapter XIX. 1803, 1 -- Chapter XX. 1803, 5 -- Chapter XXI. 1804, 8 -- Chapter XXII. 1804, 14 -- Chapter XXIII. 1804, 18 -- Chapter XXIV. 1804, 25 -- Chapter XXV. 1804, 28 -- Chapter XXVI. 1804, 37

 

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