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1894. With portrait. An account of Marie Louise, empress of the French as consort of Napoleon I and duchess of Parma, Piacenza, and Guastalla, daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Francis II (later Emperor of Austria as Francis I) She married Napoleon I and was the mother of Napoleon II. When Napoleon I was defeated she fled to Vienna. Contents: The Return of Marie Louise to Austria; Napoleon's Arrival at the Island of Elba; Queen Marie Caroline; Marie Louise at Aix in Savoy; Marie Louise in Switzerland; Marie Louise During the Congress of Vienna; The Return from Elba; Marie Louise During the Hundred Days; The Field of May; Waterloo; Napoleon II; Malmaison; Rochefort; The Bellerophon; and The Northumberland. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.