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SIR WALTER SCOTT.
Paul's Letters to his Kingfolk.
Essays on Chivalry, Komance, and the Drama.
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME IV.
LETTER III.-PAUL TO HIS COUSIN PETER.
Retrospect-Surrender of Paris-Bourbons Restored-Emigrants-No-
Retrospect-The Army-Unpopularity of Louis-the Army dissatisfied-
Irritation of the French-Departure of Allied Troops-Insults offered
to Foreigners-Hostile Feelings of Government-Conspiracy in the
Army-Bonaparte's Return-The Army join him-His Arrival at Paris
-All hopes of Peace removed-Liberals join Bonaparte-The Roy-
Promptitude of Napoleon-Military Preparations-Defeat of Murat-
Dispositions of the French Army-Artillery-Cavalry-Cuirassiers-
Infantry-Bonaparte's Plan for opening the Campaign-Proposed Ad-
vance into Belgium-Self-importance of the Soldiery-Their Feuds-
LETTER VI.-PAUL TO THE MAJOR-IN CONTINUATION.
Campaign opens-British and Prussian Positions-Treachery of Fouché
-Bonaparte's advance-Occupation of Charleroi-Crossing of the
Sambre-Ney commands the Left Wing-Bonaparte the Centre and
the Right-Advance of the Allied Troops-Cameron's Gathering-
Black Brunswickers-Brussels-Action at Quatre Bras-French oc-
cupy Le Bois du Bossu-Are repulsed by General Maitland-Post at
Quatre Bras-Charge by French Cavalry-Gallant defence of the 42d
-Loss of the British-Confidence inspired by their success.
BATTLE OF LIGNY-Bonaparte's Plan for attacking Blucher-Blucher's
Position-Number of Troops on both Sides-Mutual hostility of the
Prussians and the French-The two Armies join Battle-Vicissitudes
of the Contest-Storming of St Amand-Taking of Ligny-Charge of
the Imperial Guards-Charge of the French Cavalry-Blucher's Horse
shot-Repulse of the French Cavalry-Prussians retreat-Concentra- į
tion of the Prussian Army at Wavre-Loss of the Prussians-British
Army retreats-Bonaparte resolves to turn his whole Force against the