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INTRODUCTORY
1
Decay of the Cortes 3 Royal autocracy 5 The Spanish colonies
7
Economical conditions 9 Godoy and Napoleon 11 The Spanish rising
13
Cortes of 1810 19 Liberals and Serviles 21 The Constitution
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Tyranny 35 Wretched condition of Spain 37 Revolts and punish
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Junta 49 The Cortes of 1820 51 Riegos revolt 53 The King
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Intervention of the Powers 6j The French invasion 67 The King
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pression of the Apostolic Party 77 Financial position 79 Prospect
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Resignation of Espartero 249 ODonnell seizes power
251
Narvaezministry 259 Resignation of Narvaez
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THE LIBERAL UNION ODONNELLS FOREIGN
263
267 Foreign and Colonial policy 269 Spain and Morocco 271
271
Peace with Morocco 273 Carlist attempt put down 275 Santo
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air 285 Narvaez in power War with Peru and Chile 287 Clerical
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Battle of Alcolea Flight of the Queen 305 The Revolution and
307
Constituent Cortes 313 Question of the monarchy 315 Candidates
319

Parliament 97 Military rivalry and disorder 99 Tomas Zumalacarregui
101
Espoz y Mina 107 Valdes and Espartero defeated 109 Death
119
123 Murders on both sides nj Change in Carlist tactics
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The Mutiny of La Granja 131 British and French influence 133
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The Constitution of 1837 135 The siege of Bilbao 137 Don Carlos
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Narvaez 147 Fall of Narvaez 149 Divisions among the Carlists 151
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Don Carlos and Maroto 153 The Convention of Vergara 155 Retire
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Interview of Espartero and the Regent 161 Espartero quarrels with
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CHAPTER VII
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of the Regent 173 A plot to seize the Queen 175 Abolition of
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Espartero withdraws from Madrid 187 Espartero leaves Spain
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Olozaga in power 193 Olozaga quarrels with the Queen 195
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The Constitution of 1845 201 Narvaez retires Isturiz in power 203
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The Queen and Serrano 209 Narvaez again in power 211 Success
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239 The Constitution of 1855 241 Law for sale of Church lands 243
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The Carlist princes 325 Don Carlos Maria and the Carlists 327
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Liberal victory in the Cortes 333 Abdication of Amadeo
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CHAPTER XIV
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South 34j Castelar as President 347 Cartagena and the Carlists
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retires Attitude of Castelar 363 The Coalition Government 365
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The siege of Bilbao 367 Siege of Bilbao raised 369 Serranos
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of the Carlist cause 395 Policy of Canovas 397 Cuba and the United
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Constitution of 1876 Fueros abolished 405 Financial measures Cuba
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The Church Economical evils 419 Canovas retires Sagasta
425
Republican movements France and Germany 427 Canovas again
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439 Good government of the Queen 441 Financial improvement
439
The army 443 Spain and Morocco Canovas recalled 445 Universal
453
Wcyler in Cuba 457 American protests The Philippines 459
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Peace 467 Results of the war
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Index
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