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Page 1375 of Nineteenth century and after : a history year by year from A.D. 1800 to the present (vol. 3)/ by Edwin Emerson, Jr. and Marion Mills Miller ; illustrated with eight colored plates and sixteen full-page engravings and two maps.

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INDEX Emerson, R. W., death of, 1882. Emmet, insurrection of, 1803. Enghien, Duke of, assassinated, 1804. England. (See Great Britain.) Erfurt, the "Mad Days" at, 1808. Ericsson, builds "Monitor," 1862; death of, 1890. Brie Canal, ground broken, 1817; opened, 1825. "Erie War," 1869. Espartero, defeats Carlists, 1839; be- comes regent, 1840; revolution of, 1854. Esslingen, battle of, 1809. Ether, discovery of, 1846. Eylau, battle of, 1807. F FARADAY, death of, 1867. Farragut, in Civil War, 1862, 1864; death of, 1870. Fashoda, French annex, 1898. F'aure, President, 1895; death of, 1899. Fenian raids in England, 1867. Ferdinand of Sicily, grants constitu- tion, 1820; perjures himself, 1820. Ferdinand of Spain, grants constitu- tion, 1820; imprisoned, 1822; released, 1P23; his revenge, 1823; abolishes Salic law and causes revolution, 1830. Field, Cyrus W., lays Atlantic cable, 1866. Fiji Islands, British annex, 1874. Fillmore, President, 1850; death of, 1874. Finland, Russia annexes, 1808; de- prived of autonomy, 1903. Fiske, John, death of, 1901. Flaubert, Gustav, death of, 1880. Florence, peace of, 1801; republic, 1854. Florida, annexation of western, 1810, 1811; purchased by United States, 1818, 1819. Folk, indicts boodlers, 1902. Fortuny, Mariano, death of, 1874. Fouche, plot against Napoleon I, 1809; dismissed for plot against United States, 1810. Fourier, F. C. M., death of, 1837. Fox, death of, 1806. France, war with England, 1803; war with Russia and Prussia, 1804; war with Austria, 1805; war with Spain, 1807-1813; war with Austria, 1809; annexes Hanseatic cities, 1810; war with Russia, 1812, 1813; restoration of Bourbons, 1815 (see also Napoleon I, Louis Napoleon, et al.); abolishes peerage, 1831; republic proclaimed, 1848; war with Prussia, 1870, 1871; World's Fair, 1889, 1900; Associations law, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1905, 1906; riot, anwti-.Jesuit, 1901. Frankfort, treaty of, 1871. Franklin, air John, polar expedition of, 1845, 1847, 1848. Fraud, commissary, 1899. Frederick III, in Franco-Prussian war, 1870, 1871; death of, 1888. Fredericksburg, battle of 1862 Freedman's Bureau established, 1864. Fremont expedition to California, 1842; fifth expedition to CalIfornia, 1854; nominated for President, 1855; in Civil War, 1861. Friedland. battle of, 1807. Froebel, F. W., death of, 1852. Fry, Elizabeth, death of, 1845. Fulton, Robert, submarine torpedo, 1807; "Clermont," 1807. G GADSDEN Purchase, 1853. Gallaudet, T. H., death of, 1851. Galveston flood, 1900. Gambetta, In Franco-Prussian war, 1870, 1871; condemned, 1877; death of, 1882. Garfield, elected President, 1880; as- sassinated, 1881. Garibaldi, joins Italian patriots, 1848; deceived by Cavour, 1858; in war with Austria, 1859; in war with Naples, 1859; in war with Rome, 1867; in Franco-Prussian war, 1871; death of, 1882. Garnerin, his hydrogen balloon, 1807. Garrison, publishes "Liberator," 1831; death of, 1879. Gas, illuminating, 1815; water, 1839; laughing, 1844. Gastein, treaty of, 1865. Gautier, Theophile, death of, 1872. Gay-Lussac, death of, 1847. 'General Slocum," burning of, 1904. George IV, becomes Regent, 1810; be- comes King, 1820; divorce trial of, 1820. Georgia deports Indians, 1828, 1838. Germany (see also France), Diet, 1816; General Estates, 1841; the Landtag, 1847; republican revolu- tion in, 1848, 1849; Bundesrath at Frankfort, 1850; Diet at Frank- frot, 1850; tariff union with Russia, 1852; postal and telegraph union, 1852; fleet sold, 1852; in West Africa, 1885; war with Hereros, 1904. Gerome, J. L., death of, 1904. Gervinus convicted of treason, 1863. Gettysburg, battle of, 1863. Ghent, treaty of, 1814. Gladstone, first speech of, 1833; bill to regulate railroads, 1844; debate with Disraeli. 1852; becomes Prime Min- ister, 1868; defeat of Ministry, 1885; death of, 1898. Godoy, Manuel, 1807, 1808. Goebel, Governor, assassinated, 1900. Goergey in Hungarian revolution, 1848, 1849. Goethe, celebrates nineteenth century. 1801; death of, 1832. Gogol, N. V., 1842; death of, 1852. Gomez, Maximo, in Cuban Wars, 1871, 1895; death of, 1906. 75