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Chlum: Friedrich cannot achieve Peace-XII. Battle of Sohr-
XIII. Saxony and Austria make a surprising Last Attempt-XIV.
Battle of Kesselsdorf-XV. Peace of Dresden: Friedrich does march
Home.

Book XVI. THE TEN YEARS OF PEACE. 1746-1756.

(p. 235-493.)

I. Sans-Souci-II, Peep at Voltaire and his divine Emilie (by
Candlelight

Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle-IV. Cocceji finishes the Law Reform ;
Friedrich is printing his Poésies — V. Strangers of Note come to
Berlin, in 1750—VI. Berlin Carrousel, and Voltaire visible there-
VII. M. de Voltaire has a painful Jew-Lawsuit–VIII. Ost-Fries-
land and the Shipping Interests—IX. Second Act of the Voltaire
Visit—X. Demon Newswriter, of 1752—XI. Third Act and Cata-
strophe of the Voltaire Visit-XII. Of the Afterpiece, which proved
still more tragical-XIII. Romish-King Question; English-Privateer
Question-XIV. There is like to be another War ahead-XV. Anti-
Prussian War-Symptoms: Friedrich visible for a Momert.

Book XVII. THE SEVEN-YEARS WAR: FIRST CAMPAIGN.

1756-1757. (p. 497-615.)
1. What Friedrich had read in the Menzel Documents-II. Eng.
lish Diplomacies abroad, in Prospect of a French War—III. French-
English War breaks out-IV. Friedrich puts a Question at Vienna,
twice over—V. Friedrich blockades the Saxons in Pirna Country-
VI. Battle of Lobositz–VII. The Saxons get out of Pirna on Disinal
Terms—VIII. Winter in Dresden.

(Vol. V. contains Books XVIII. and XIX.)

Book XVIII. SEVEN-YEARS WAR RISES TO A HEIGHT.

1757-1759. (p. 3-386.)
1. The Campaign opens—II. Battle of Prag—III. Prag cannot
be got at once-IV. Battle of Kolin-V. Friedrich at Leitmeritz,

his World of Enemies coming on-VI. Death of Winterfeld-
VII. Friedrich in Thüringen, his World of Enemies all come-
VIII. Battle of Rossbach - IX. Friedrich marches for Silesia-
X. Battle of Leuthen-XI. Winter in Breslau : Third Campaign
opens-XII. Siege of Olmütz-XIII. Battle of Zorndorf - XIV.
Battle of Hochkirch.

Book XIX. FRIEDRICH LIKE TO BE OVERWHELMED IN THE

SEVEN-YEARS WAR. 1759-1760. (p. 389-639.)

I. Preliminaries to a Fourth Campaign-II. General Dohna ;
Dictator Wedell: Battle of Züllichau—III. Friedrich in Person
attempts the Russian Problem; not with Success — IV. Battle of
Kunersdorf— V. Saxony without Defence: Schmettau surrenders
Dresden—VI. Prince Henri makes a March of Fifty Hours; the
Russians cannot find Lodging in Silesia-VII. Friedrich reappears
on the Field, and in Seven Days after comes the Catastrophe of
Jaxen—VIII. Miscellanea in Winter-quarters, 1759-60—IX. Pre-
liminaries to a Fifth Campaign.

(Vol. VI. contains Books XX. and XXI.)

Book XX. FRIEDRICH IS NOT TO BE OVERWHELMED: THE

SEVEN-YEARS WAR GRADUALLY ENDS. 25th April 1760—
15th February 1763. (p. 3-336.)

I. Fifth Campaign opens—II. Friedrich besieges Dresden—III.
Battle of Liegnitz-IV. Daun in wrestle with Friedrich in the Sile-
sian Hills-V. Battle of Torgau—VI. Winter-quarters, 1760-61-
VII. Sixth Campaign opens: Camp of Bunzelwitz-VIII. Loudon
pounces upon Schweidnitz, one Night (last of September 1761)-IX.
Traitor Warkotsch-X. Friedrich in Breslau ; bas News from Peters-
burg-XI. Seventh Campaign opens—XII. Siege of Schweidnitz ;
Seventh Campaign ends—XIII. Peace of Hubertsburg.

Book XXI. AFTERNOON AND EVENING OF FRIEDRICH'S

LIFE. 1763-1786. (p. 339-698.) I. Prefatory—II. Repairing of a ruined Prussia—III. Troubles in Poland—IV. Partition of Poland-V. A Chapter of Miscellanies -VI. The Bavarian War-VII. Miller Arnold's Lawsuit- VIII. The Fürstenbund : Friedrich's Last Years—IX. Friedrich's Last Ilness and Death.

PORTRAITS, MAPS, AND PLANS.

VOL. I. Portrait of “The Little Drummer"-Maps of CleveJülich and Baireuth-Anspach.

VOL. II. Portrait of “ Fredericus Wilhelmus”—Plan of Camp of Radewitz-Map of Journey to the Reich-Maps of Cüstrin, Philipsburg, and Kingdom of Prussia.

VOL. III. Portrait of “Frédéric II, Roi de Prusse, Electeur de Brandebourg”—Plans of Battles of Möllwitz, Chotusitz, and Dettingen-Map for First and Second Silesian Wars.

VOL. IV. Portrait of “Frederike Sophie Wilhelmine, Margravine of Baireuth”—Plans of Battles of Fontenoy, Hohenfriedberg, Sohr, Kesselsdorf, and Lobositz-Plan of Camp of Pirna-Map for Second and Third Silesian War-Facsimile of Secret Letter of Instructions.

VOL. V. Portrait of "Friedrich II. König in Preussen, ætatis 58"-Plans of Battles of Prag, Kolin, Rossbach, Leuthen, Zorndorf, Hochkirch, Minden, Kunersdorf, and Maxen—Map for Siege of Olmütz— Map for Third Silesian War.

Vol. VI. Portrait of "Friedrich II. König von Preussen, ætatis 73”—Plans of Battles of Liegnitz and Torgau—Map of Bunzelwitz, Burkersdorf, and Reichenbach Country— Map for Third Silesian War—Map of Kingdom of Prussia.

INDEX.

ABEL, D. Otto, cited, ii. 445 n.
Abercromby, at Ticonderago, v. 382.
Académie des Sciences of Berlin, i.

370, 621.
Achard, M., ii. 574.
Achilles, v. 236.
Acre, Siege of, i. 109.
Adalbert's, St., attempt to convert

Preussen to Christianity, i. 78, 113;

iii. 168.
Adams, Johann, Burgermeister, com-

plains of French rapacity, v. 223.
Adams, John Quincey, cited on Silesia,

iii. 491.
Adams of Boston, ' American Cato,' vi.

525.
Adelung, cited, iii. 136 n.; iv. 5 n.; v.

7 n.
Adolf Friedrich, Prince, iii. 733, 735 ;

marries Princess Ulrique, 736; King
of Sweden, vi. 470; his death,

506.
Ado of Nassau, Kaiser, i. 191.
Agamemnon's Sceptre, i. 3.
Aguesseau, Chancellor d', iv. 290 n.
Ahlden, Castle of, i. 34, 529, 538, 634 ;

the 'Ahlden Heritage,' ii. 76, 103.
Ahlden, Die Herzogin ron, i. 36 n.
Ahremberg, Duke d’, iii. 661, 746; at

Dettingen, 670; iv. 4, 71, 94, 106 ;
gone all to hebetude, 171 ; at Sohr,
186 ; at Eger, v. 17, 18 ; Leuthen,
262 ; Hochkirch, 356, 368 ; beaten

by Prince Henri at Pretsch, 554.
Aix-la-Chapelle, Charlemagne at, iii.

600; Treaty of, iv, 276, 277, 471.
Akakia, Doctor, Voltaire's, iv. 430 ;

publicly burnt, 435.
Alba, i. 253.
Alberoni, i. 450.
Albert Achilles, Kurfürst, i, 214, 216 ;

how he managed the Bishop of

Bamberg, 218.
Albert Alcibiades of Baireuth, i. 232;

a kind of . Failure of a Fritz,' 255,

261, 279.
Albert, Archbishop of Maintz, i. 222 ;

memorable Sale of Indulgences,

223 ; at the Diet of Augsburg, 240.
Albert Friedrich, Second Duke of

Preussen, i. 292 ; his marriage, 294 ;
overclouding of mind, 296; death,

323.
Albert I., Kaiser, harsh and ugly, i.

143, 144 ; assassinated by his ne-

phew, 145.
Albert Henry, Prince of Brunswick, vi.

201.
Albert, Hochmeister, i. 244 ; difficul.

ties about homage to Poland, 245 ;
getting deep into Protestantism,
249 ; Hereditary Duke of Preussen,
251, 281 ; his second Wife ; death,

292.
Albert, Prince, of Brunswick, iv, 157 ;

killed at Sohr, 184.
Albert, Prince, of Saxony, vi. 319.
Albert II., Kaiser, i. 192, 233; vi. 568.
Albert the Bear, the great Markgraf

of Brandenburg, i. 90 ; origin of

name, 95 ; descendants, 154.
Alderfeld, cited, i. 438 n.
Alembert, D', iv. 489, 490 ; letters

from Voltaire to, v. 617, 618 ;
meets with the King at Geldern, vi.
360 ; declines the post of Perpetual
President, 367 ; ter to Madame
du Deffand, 367 ; recommends Hel-
vetius to Friedrich, 368; leaves
Potsdam, 384 ; becomes Friedrich's
chief correspondent, 521-523; writes
to him of his interview with Kaiser
Joseph, 562 ; his death, 674 : men-

tioned also, 451, 367 n.
Alexander, v. 244, 265.
Alexius, Czarowitz, ii. 378.
Algarotti, ii. 663; one of the first

beaux-esprits of his age, iii. 59 ;
with Friedrich at Strasburg, 62 ;
mission to Sardinia, 226 ; at Bres-
lau, 444 ; position with Friedrich,
iv. 384, 457 ; death, vi. 386 : men-

tioned also, iii. 21, 44, 90, 204, 266.
Almon, cited, v. 72 n.
Alphonso, King of Castile and sham

Kaiser, i. 128, 131,
Alsace, iii. 669.
Altenburg, ii. 213.
Althan, Count d', vi. 455.
Altranstadt, Treaty of, iii. 171, 188.
Amber, i. 77.
Ambitious, question for the, iii. 345.
Amelia, Dowager Empress, iii. 490.
Amelia, Princess, of England, i. 528 ;

ii. 632 ; iv. 364; vi. 141.
Amelia, Princess, of Prussia, i. 539 ; in

pecuniary trouble, iii. 647 ; Abbess
of Quedlinburg, 740; at Berlin Car.
rousel, iv. 218; income small, 418;
letter from Friedrich, v. 53; visits
Breslau, 268; gift from Friedrich,
vi. 336 : mentioned also, 511, 514,

639, 659, 680.
Amelot, M., iii, 703, 716 ; iv. 4.
America, i. 415; Salzburg Emigrants

to, ii. 427.
American Colonies in great need of a

commander, v. 72, 73; prediction
of their revolt, 557-559; America
to be English and not French, 560;
vi. 205 ; a considerable Fact in the
History of the World, 324 ; uncon-
scious Declaration of Anarchy, end-
ing at last in hideous suicide, 311;
America refuses to be taxed by a
British Parliament; Bost Te

catastrophe, 523-526.
Amherst, General, worth of, discerned

by Pitt, v. 286 ; captures Louis-

bourg, 312 ; Montreal, 503.
Amiability, iji. 127.
Ammon, Von, iv. 360.
Amöneburg, cannonade at, vi. 312-

315.
Anarchies, Millennium of, vi. 340 ; not

permitted in this World, 404.
André, St., v. 540.
Andrié, Excellency, iv. 464.
Andrieux, vi, 629 n.
Anecdotes of Friedrich, v. 235-237 ; vi.

344.
Anhalt, Adjutant von, vi. 308, 357, 457,

458, 537 n., 595, 668.
Anhalt, Graf von, v. 100; the Anhalt

forced contributions to Friedrich's

war-expenses, 399.
Anhalt-Zerbst, i. 91, 155; ii. 186 ; iii.

734.
Anne of Cleves, i. 295.
Anne of Courland, afterwards Czarina,

ii. 36, 40 n., 186, 363, 481, 517, 673;

iii. 134 ; death of, 150, 251.
Anne, Princess, of Russia, formerly of

Mecklenburg, iii, 252, 254, 277.
Anson, Commodore, iii. 139, 384 ; his

memorable Voyage, 391.
Anspach, i. 125, 2:25; ii. 222. See

Culmbach, Frederika Louisa.
Anspach, Margraf of, v. 114.
Anspach, Margraf of (Lady Craven's),

with Friedrich at Neisse, vi. 438,

439.
Anspach, Margravine of. See Frede-

rika Louisa.
Antoinette Amelia, of Brunswick, ii.

379.
Anton Ulrich, Czar Iwan's Father, iii.

150, 251 ; exile, 255, 257.
Anton Ulrich, of Brunswick, i. 547 ; ii.

376, 379; his Great-grandson, 380,

639, 675.
Antwerp, i. 72, 74.
Apes, Dead-Sea, i. 206.
Applewomen knitting at their Stall, i.

409, 419.
Apraxin, Feldmarschall, in Preussen,

v. 111, 160, 175; retires slowly
home, 161 ; indignantly dismissed

by the Czarina, 272.
Aprill, Dr., tries to serve Citatio on

Plotho, v. 184-186.
Archenholtz, cited, iv, 506 n.; on the

• Oblique Order,' v, 243, 243; on
Lord George Sackville, 453 ; Prince
Henri's march of fifty hours, 549;
Prussian recruiting-system, 628; 8
battle of Liegnitz, vi. 65; wounded
at Torgau, 122, 130; at Leipzig,
noticing vividly to right and left,
166; Prussian and French exac.
tions, 167, 168; the camp of Bun-
zelwitz, 188 ; siege of Colberg, 231 ;
the Seven-Years War, 331: men.

tioned also, 20, 26, 81.
Argens, Marquis d', iii. 534, 536, 545,

718; iv, 226, 246, 271, 402, 439;
the King's friend for nearly thirty
years, 383, 384; visits Friedrich
at Breslau, v. 268-270; letters
from Friedrich, 265, 269, 394,
496-499, 576, 577, 595; preface
to Eurre de Poésie, 597; the
confidant of Friedrich's miseries,
637, 638; letters from Friedrich
to, vi. 75, 84, 98, 246, 263, 265;
'visits him at Leipzig, 147, 322;
surprised to see him amusing him.
self with his dogs, 148 ; his death,

387.
Argenson, Marquis d', letter from Vol.

taire to, iii. 635; their personal
friendship, 703 ; iv. 160, 260; r.

271.
Argental, D', iv. 320, 325, 360, 379,

397 ; v. 169; letters from Voltaire

about Friedrich, 613, 614-617.
Aristocracies, mutinous, tamed down,

i. 195, 293, 298. See Pride of

place.
Army, value of a good, i. 412, 577.
Arnaud, M. Baculard d', iv. 322, 337,

336, 358, 360.
Arnim, Minister of Justice, iv. 272.
Arnim's, Major, gallant defence et

Frankfurt, v. 457-459.
Arnold, Miller, v. 436 ; his lawsuit, vi

605-632.
Arouet, M., Senior, ii. 580. See Vol-

taire.
Arundel, Earl of, cited, i, 337 n.

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