It will therefore, I think be admitted that the present volumes, in which I have endeavoured to give a full and unprejudiced history of the Women Bonapartes, call for no apology; and I may even venture to believe that, whatever their shortcomings, they will be welcomed by the English and American public as an attempt to fill a place in our Napoleonic literature which has been long vacant.
1. Letizia Ramolino 2. Birth and infancy of Napoleon 3. Exigencies of Carlo Bonaparte 4. Poverty of the Bonapartes at this period 5. Marianna and Admiral Truguet 6. Early days of the Bonaparte family in France 7. Madame Bonaparte and her daughters return to Marseilles 8. Pauline and Freron 9. Elisa and Felix Baciocchi 10. Dispersal of the Bonaparte family 11. Madam Bonaparte accompanied by Louis arrive in Paris 12. The Bonapartes after Brumaire 13. Madame Bonaparte declines the First Consul's invitation to take up her residence at the Tuileries 14. Pauline and Leclerc 15. Elisa purchases the Hotel Maurepas 16. Pauline after her return from St. Domingo 17. Proclamation of the Empire
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