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The life of Napoleon III, derived from state records, from unpublished family correspondence, and from personal testimony, with family portraits in the possession of the Imperial Family, and facsimiles of letters of Napoleon I., Napoleon III., Queen Hortense, [etc.] (Volume 3)

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The life of Napoleon III, derived from state records, from unpublished family correspondence, and from personal testimony, with family portraits in the possession of the Imperial Family, and facsimiles of letters of Napoleon I., Napoleon III., Queen Hortense, [etc.] (Volume 3)

The life of Napoleon III, derived from state records, from unpublished family correspondence, and from personal testimony, with family portraits in the possession of the Imperial Family, and facsimiles of letters of Napoleon I., Napoleon III., Queen Hortense, [etc.] (Volume 3)

Source : Internet Archive

The life of Napoleon III, derived from state records, from unpublished family correspondence, and from personal testimony, with family portraits in the possession of the Imperial Family, and facsimiles of letters of Napoleon I., Napoleon III., Queen Hortense, [etc.] (Volume 3)

The life of Napoleon III, derived from state records, from unpublished family correspondence, and from personal testimony, with family portraits in the possession of the Imperial Family, and facsimiles of letters of Napoleon I., Napoleon III., Queen Hortense, [etc.] (Volume 3)

Source : Internet Archive

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of the opposition of MM. Jules Favre and Ledru-Eollin in the Assembly, when the Pope went quietly away to Graeta.


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debate was opened by M. Jules Favre, who opposed the resolution on the ground that it would enable the enemies


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Lamartine, Cavaignac, Berryer, Montalembert, Falloux, Jules Favre, Edgard Quinet, and Pascal Duprat. It was a fairly representative commission, in which


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Even Jules Favre, in a speech which he delivered in 1865, has borne testimony to the


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Ministry. A committee reported on M. Favre's proposition, M. Berryer being its spokesman. The strongest point made by the illustrious


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1848 M. Jules Favre had proposed that it should be made over to the State, alleging that


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Orleans property based on M. Jules Favre's proposition of 1848. At M. Eouher's first official reception as Keeper of the


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old Chamber, as MM. Berryer, Jules Favre, Dufaure, and de Falloux, refused to be put in nomination , but in