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(Louis Napoleon Bonaparte), 1808–73, emperor of the French (1852–70), son of Louis Bonaparte (see under Bonaparte, family), king of Holland. Early Life
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Leveraging the law by initiating a petition for a writ of habeas corpus on behalf of the eight, Louis Napoleon did what black New Yorkers had learned to do.
Mill was at first a strong supporter of the regime that replaced Napoleon Bonaparte, and he found something good in almost every government that followed that of the Little Corporal, including the re-established "empire" under Louis Napoleon Bonaparte.
Like Bush, Louis Napoleon was adept at conjuring up the spirits of the past--of his family and nation's legacy--and using them for his own purposes.
It was of Louis Napoleon that Marx memorably wrote that history repeats itself "the first time as tragedy, the second as farce.
Louis Napoleon III, the then emperor of France, who was eager to emulate the military successes of his uncle Napoleon I, and who wanted to extend his protection to the French monks in Jerusalem, joined forces with the British.
The following list of world famous visitors to the Regent Hotel will remind everyone of its priceless value to tourism now, and even more in the future: Duke of Wellington, Winston Churchill, Charles Dickens (his novel Dombey & Son is partly set at the Regent Hotel), President Ulysses Simpson Grant, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Hon C S Rolls (of Rolls Royce), William Gladstone, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, John Ruskin, Henry Morion Stanley (of Stanley & Livingstone fame), John Nash, Sarah Siddons, Clara Butt, Sarah Bernhardt, Douglas Fairbanks, Jenny Lind, Prince Louis Napoleon, Prince Henry of Prussia, HM King Frederick August II, Grand Duke Constantine of Russia, Empress Eugenieof France, Princess (later Queen) Victoria and of course Queen Elizabeth II.
Gerard Butler, another big fan of Musselburgh, enhanced his track record when Louis Napoleon and Compton Emperor stormed home for a double.
GERARD BUTLER and his new stable jockey Eddie Ahern have hit it off this season, and they made the 740-mile round-trip from Blewbury in Oxfordshire pay a double dividend with Louis Napoleon and Compton Emperor at Musselburgh.
Louis Napoleon just then embarked on the coup d'eat that inaugurated the Second Empire.