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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER VIII Revolutionary Peeling In Germany.--tragi Comic View Op The Situation.--Difference Between The Great Powers Op Europe.--The Duke Visits Berlin, Brussels, And London, On A Voyage Of Observat1on. Bunsen And Prince Albert Desire A Junction Between England And Prussia. Reluctance Of The Prussian King.--Flight Op Louis Philippe.--Hasty Return Home. Death Of The Duke's Grandmother. Reform In The Law8 Of Gotha.--Von Stein's Letter To The Duke.--EnthusiAstic Reception In Gotha.--Symptoms Of Discontent In Coburg And Gotha. Demand For A German Parliament, Etc. The Coburg Address.--The Duke's Reply.--Socialistic Tendencies In The Thuringian States. The Duke's Letter To King Leopold.--Riots In Coburg And Gotha.--Promptly Suppressed.--The Case Of Cella St Blasii.--'the Grace Of God.'--The Game Laws Relaxed. The Question Of The Coburg-gotha Union.--The Duke Offers To Open The Diet In Hunting Dress. Collapse Of The Cavillers At State.--His Schemes Op Reform.--his Position Secure.--The Visit To Altenburg.--Weimar Desires To Head A Thuringian Confederacy. Letter To Prince Albert.--The Conference.--Suppression Of The Rising 1n Reinardsbrunn. Prince Albert's Views Touching The Thuringian Kingdom. King Leopold's Letter. Von Stein's Opinion.--Prince Albert's Memorial.--Visit To Dresden. Condition Of Saxon Court And Mini8try.--Brohmer And Von Stein.--The Duke's Letter To Brohmer.--His Reply.--In Schle8wig.--Return To Gotha. To the events of the year 1848 one might apply the maxim that that which we most certainly expect to happen always astonishes us the most. It had long been known that we were on the eve of great agitations and important public changes, and many had drawn the political horscope of 1848 almost entirely correctly, but no one had any idea of the mad...
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