exile to Elba

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  • However, following the Emperor's exile to Elba, he resigned his commission in the military.
  • This floral association took date from the time of his exile to Elba. Cited from Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure,by William Thomas Fernie
  • After his (initial) defeat and exile to Elba, the community found itself a new role as a fishing village.
  • He had just been exiled to Elba a few months before the Shelleys arrived in Europe.
  • Within a month of Napoleon's abdication, he had been exiled to Elba.
  • Bonapartism came about after Napoleon I was exiled to Elba.
  • Borghese passed the gold onto Napoleon who had been exiled to Elba following the Treaty of Fontainebleau.
  • After Napoleon's first abdication and exile to Elba he arranged visits by other prominent Whigs to the Emperor.
  • Napoleon Bonaparte was in fact exiled to Elba before the Battle of Waterloo.
  • Henry Aston's relationship with Bonaparte continued following Bonaparte's exile to Elba, where Henry Aston visited the former emperor.
  • Despite his disapproval, Vincent attempted to submit the constitution to Napoleon in a positive light, but was briefly exiled to Elba for his pains.
  • Napoleon was forced to abdicate and was exiled to Elba in May 1814.
  • Constant and his wife Louise did not to follow Napoleon in his exile to Elba, an "enormous mistake" according to Christofle's father.
  • When Napoleon was exiled to Elba in 1814, Lamarque remained loyal to him, returning to the emperor's service during the Hundred Days.
  • In 1815, after his defeat at Waterloo, Napoleon I abdicated in favour of his four-year-old son, whom he had not seen since his exile to Elba, for a second time.
  • Napoleon had been exiled to Elba; seeing an opportunity, he landed at Cannes on 1 March 1815 with a few hundred followers.
  • He signed the Treaty of Fontainebleau on 11 April, under which he abdicated again, unconditionally, and was exiled to Elba.
  • The regiment entered British service in 1800 and continued to fight for Great Britain until 1814, when it was disbanded after Napoleon's first abdication and exile to Elba.
  • Mainwaring is next seen just before being exiled to Elba, standing next to the bus conductress, who is dressed as Marie Walewska (Napoleon's mistress).
  • The London Victory Parade of 1815 was a British victory parade held after the defeat of Napoleon in the Napoleonic Wars and his exile to Elba.