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Book IV. FRIEDRICH'S APPRENTICESHIP, FIRST STAGE.

1713-1723. (p. 383-522.)

I. Childhood; Double Educational Element—II. The German

Element-III. Friedrich Wilhelm is King-IV. His Majesty's Ways
-V. Friedrich Wilhelm's One War-VI. The Little Drummer-
VII. Transit of Czar Peter–VIII. The Crown-Prince is put to his
Schooling-IX. Wusterhausen-X. The Heidelberg Protestants,
XI. Of the Crown-Prince's Progress in his Schooling—XII. Crown-
Prince falls into Disfavour with Papa-XIII. Results of the Crown-
Prince's Schooling

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BOOK V. DOUBLE-MARRIAGE PROJECT, AND WHAT ELEMENT

IT FELL INTO. 1723-1726. (p. 525-634.)

I. Double-Marriage is decided on-II. A Kaiser hunting Shadows

III. The Seven Crises, or European Travail-throes—IV. Double-

Marriage Treaty cannot be signed—V. Crown-Prince goes into the
Potsdam Guards—VI. Ordnance-Master Seckendorf crosses the Pa-
lace-Esplanade–VII. Tobacco-Parliament–VIII. Seckendorf's Re-
tort to her Majesty.

not dead-V. Congress of Soissons, Sixth Crisis in the Spectre-Hunt
-VI. Imminency of War or Duel between the Britannic and Prus-
sian Majesties–VII. A Marriage; not the Double-Marriage: Crown-
Prince deep in Trouble-VIII. Crown-Prince getting beyond his
Depth in Trouble—IX. Double-Marriage shall be or shall not be.

BOOK VII. FEARFUL SHIPWRECK OF TIIE DOUBLE-MARRIAGE

PROJECT. February–November 1730. (p. 139-291.)

I. England sends the Excellency Hotham to Berlin-II. Lan-
guage of Birds: Excellency Hotham proves unavailing—III. Camp
of Radewitz-IV. Excellency Hotham quits Berlin in Haste-V.
Journey to the Reich-VI. Journey homewards from the Reich ;
Catastrophe on Journey homewards—VII. Catastrophe, and Majesty,
arrive in Berlin-VIII. Sequel to Crown-Prince and Friends-IX.
Court-Martial on Crown-Prince and Consorts.

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Book VIII. CROWN-PRINCE RETRIEVED : LIFE AT CÜSTRIN.

November 1730—February 1732. (p. 295-370.)
I. Chaplain Müller waits on the Crown-Prince-II. Crown-Prince
to repent and not perish–III. Wilhelmina is to wed the Prince of
Baireuth-IV. Criminal Justice in Preussen and elsewhere-V. In-
terview of Majesty and Crown-Prince at Cüstrin—VI. Wilhelmina's
Wedding

Book IX. LAST STAGE OF FRIEDRICH'S APPRENTICESHIP:

LIFE IN RUPPIN. 1732-1736. (p. 373-554.)
I. Princess Elizabeth Christina of Brunswick-Bevern—II. Small
Incidents at Ruppin—III. The Salzburgers—IV. Prussian Majesty
visits the Kaiser-V. Ghost of the Double-Marriage rises; to no Pur-
pose—VI. King August meditating Great Things for Poland-VII.
Crown-Prince's Marriage—VIII. King August dies, and Poland takes
Fire-IX. Kaiser's Shadow-Hunt has caught Fire-X. Crown-Prince
goes to the Rhine Campaign-XI. In Papa's Sick-room; Prussian
Inspections: End of War.

Book X. AT REINSBERG. 1736-1740. (p. 557-694.)

I. Mansion of Reinsberg–II. Of Voltaire and the Literary Cor-
respondences—III. Crown-Prince makes a Morning Call—IV. News

of the Day-V. Visit at Loo—VI. Last Year of Reinsberg; Journey
to Preussen—VII. Last Year of Reinsberg: Transit of Baltimore
and other Persons and Things—VIII. Death of Friedrich Wilhelm.

(Vol. III. contains Books XI.XIV.)

Book XI. FRIEDRICH TAKES THE REINS IN HAND. 1740.

(p. 3-161.)

Book XIII. FIRST SILESIAN WAR, LEAVING THE GENERAL

EUROPEAN ONE ABLAZE ALL ROUND, GETS ENDED. 1741-

1742. (p. 401-587.)

I. Britannic Majesty as Paladin of the Pragmatic-II. Camp of

Strehlen-III. Grand Review at Strehlen: Neipperg takes Aim at
Breslau, but another hits it-IV. Friedrich takes the Field again,

Book XIV. THE SURROUNDING EUROPEAN WAR DOES NOT

END. 1742-1744. (p. 591-759.)

I. Friedrich resumes his Peaceable Pursuits-II. Austrian Af-
fairs are on the Mounting Hand—III. Carnival Phenomena in War-
time-IV. Austrian Affairs mount to a Dangerous Height—V. Bri-
tannic Majesty fights his Battle of Dettingen ; and becomes Supreme
Jove of Germany, in a Manner-VI. Voltaire visits Friedrich for
the Fourth Time—VII. Friedrich makes Treaty with France; and
silently gets ready-VIII. Perfect Peace at Berlin, War all round.

(Vol. IV. contains Books XV.—XVII.)

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