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CONTENTS.


Letter to "The Directory," July 24, 1798.
Order Respecting the Government of Egypt, July 27, 1798.
Letter to Tippoo Saib, Jan. 25, 1799.
Proclamation to the Army on the Abandoning of the Siege of Acre, May, 1799.
Proclamation to the Army on His Departure for France, August, 1799.
Part III. Napoleon, First Consul 67
Proclamation to the French People, Nov. 10, 1799.
Proclamation to the Army of the East, November, 1799.
Proclamation to the French before the Second Italian Campaign.
Proclamation to the Soldiers before the Battle of Marengo, June, 1800.
Letter to the Emperor of Austria, on the Field of Marengo, June, 1800.
Order to Seize all English in France, Announced in the Moniteur, May, 1803.
Part IV. Napoleon, Emperor of France 77
Letter to the Pope, 1804.
Address to the Troops on Presenting the Colors, Dec. 3, 1804.
Letter to the King of England, Jan. 2, 1805.
Conversation with Decier Regarding the Marriage of Jerome Bonaparte, May 6, 1805.
Letter to Jerome Bonaparte, May 6, 1805.
Address to the Senate, 1805.
Proclamation to the Troops on the Commencement of the War of the Third Coalition, September, 1805.
Address to the Austrians, after the Fall of Ulm, October, 1805.
Address to the Troops after the War of the Third Coalition, October, 1805.
Proclamation to the Soldiers before the Battle of Austerlitz, Dec. 1, 1805.
Proclamation after the Battle of Austerlitz, Dec. 3, 1805.
Address to the Soldiers on the Signing of Peace with Austria, Dec. 26, 1805.
Proclamation to the Soldiers, February, 1806.
Address to the Senate on Annexation of the Cisalpine Republic, 1806.