Bonapartists


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Bonapartists

 

supporters of the restoration of the Bonaparte dynasty in France after the fall of the Empire (1804–14) and the Second Empire (1852–70). During the Revolution of 1848 the Bonapartists contributed to the rise to power of Napoleon I’s nephew Prince Louis Bonaparte, who established a Bonapartist regime after the coup d’etat of Dec. 2,1851. Under the Third Republic the Bonapartists were one of the monarchist parties.

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This book is about Bonapartist exiles and other French refugees trying to create a wine-growing colony in Alabama.
Il n'y a sans doute pas hemorragie, pas de retour massif des refugies et immigres de toutes sortes echanges contre quelques exiles bonapartistes. Il est frappant de constater que le consulat n'accorde que 45 passeports pour la France entre novembre 1815 et juin 1816, et que dans la plupart des cas il s'agit de voyages commerciaux, et non de flux migratoires de retour.
Later, they demur because Bonapartists call for a pardon to drum up popular favor (See [Zola], "LdV," SdM, 29 Sept.
Boscher's book is organized in four major chronological sections (1792-99, 1799-1814, 1814-30 and 1830-48) and each section is subdivided, for example into Republican, royalist and/or Bonapartist political opposition, a scheme which is far more satisfactory than that of Aubert.
(48.) The Bonapartists and clericalists in the French Third Republic are good examples, along with the Ministerials in Sweden after the reform of the Riksdag in 1866.
As an outspoken Bonapartist, I had made clear in previous classes my views that Napoleon preserved the basic gains of the French Revolution.
An echo of Conrad's earliest comparison of pen with sword, and writing with fighting, is apparent in the scene in which D'Hubert asks for Feraud's life to be spared by having his name taken off the list of unregenerate Bonapartists. Fouche, the official in charge, invites D'Hubert to: "Take one of these pens, and run it through the name yourself.
In the course of his restless travels along the Mississippi, he kept in touch with various Americans of German and French ancestry (Bonapartists), but at the same time, fearing for his own personal safety, he avoided contact with fellow novelists and thus remained an "undercover author."
Boulanger's appeal cut across political lines, all the way from radical Republicans to Royalists to Bonapartists. Dissatisfaction with the Third Republic was so great he could probably have seized power in 1889.
Surrounded by painters, sculptors, writers and Bonapartists near Montmartre, he drew on contemporary events and the world around him for his subjects, also creating smaller paintings and magnificent drawings.
Hugo dissolves the ideological differences of the rebels (Bonapartists, Legitimists, Republicans, amongst others) into a "utopian haze that is so general ...