A Conspiracy of the Carbonari by Louise Mühlbach


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Title: A Conspiracy of the Carbonari



Translator: Mary J. Safford

Release Date: July 30, 2005 [EBook #16396]

Language: English

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A CONSPIRACY OF THE CARBONARI

BY



_Author of "Berlin and Sans Souci," "Frederick the Great and His Family,"
etc., etc._

TRANSLATED BY

MARY J. SAFFORD.

F. TENNYSON NEELY,
114 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK.
1896.


COPYRIGHT, 1896

BY F. TENNYSON NEELY

Transcriber's note: Minor typos in text corrected,
and footnotes moved to end of text.




A CONSPIRACY OF THE CARBONARI.




CHAPTER I.

AFTER ESSLINGEN.


It was the evening of the 22d of May, 1809, the fatal day inscribed in
blood-stained letters upon the pages of history, the day which brought to
Napoleon the first dimming of his star of good fortune, to Germany, and
especially to Austria, the first ray of dawn after the long and gloomy
night.

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