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  Joseph Bonaparte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bonaparte was born Giuseppe Napoleone Buonaparte to Carlo Buonaparte and Letizia Ramolino at Corte in Corsica.
In 1806, Bonaparte was given military command of Naples, and shortly afterward was made king by Napoleon.
Joseph Bonaparte died in Florence, Italy and is buried in Les Invalides building complex in Paris.
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 Napoleon I of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bonaparte was given command of the improvised forces defending the Convention in the Tuileries Palace.
Bonaparte was approached by one of the Directors, Sieyès, seeking his support for a coup to overthrow the constitution.
Bonaparte then used this incident to justify the re-creation of a hereditary monarchy in France, with himself as Emperor, on the theory that a Bourbon restoration would be impossible once the Bonapartist succession was entrenched in the constitution.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Napoleon Bonaparte
While Bonaparte was expressing himself thus, the Councils of the Five Hundred and the Ancients were passing a law to recall, amnesty, and restore to their civil and political rights the priests who had refused to take the oath of the Civil Constitution of the Clergy.
On the other hand, though Bonaparte had at first been extremely irritated by the allocution of 24 May, 1802, in which Pius VII demanded the revision of the Organic Articles, he ended by allowing it to be published in the "Moniteur" as a diplomatic document.
The proclamation of Bonaparte as consul for life (August, 1802) increased in him the sense of his responsibility towards the religion of the country, and in Pius VII the desire to be on good terms with a personage who was advancing with such long strides towards omnipotence.
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 Bonaparte Diamond Mines: Projects   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Bonaparte has assembled a set of six Projects which provides an opportunity to explore for diamonds in offshore marine placer deposits as well as in primary and alluvial targets onland.
Bonaparte now has the opportunity to conduct a co-ordinated evaluation of the diamond potential in prospective areas of the Joseph Bonaparte Gulf via the application of appropriate technologies and management.
Bonaparte's marine diamond projects in Australia are complemented by the Namib Project comprising two tenement areas off Namibia on the west coast of southern Africa.
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 Bonaparte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Of Corsican origin, the Bonaparte (originally Buonaparte) family is the family of Napoleon I, who was elected as first consul of France on November 10, 1799 with the help of his brother, Lucien Bonaparte, president of the Council of Five Hundred at Saint-Cloud.
Supporters of the Bonaparte family's claim to the throne of France are known as Bonapartists.
The current head of the family is the Prince Napoléon (Charles Marie Jérôme Victor Bonaparte, born 1950), great-great-grandson of Jérôme Bonaparte by his second marriage; he has a son Jean (born 1986) and a brother, Jérôme Bonaparte, (born 1957), unmarried.
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 Bonaparte (Napoléon Ier)
Bonaparte sera, grâce à l'appui de Marbeuf, boursier avec son frère Joseph au collège d'Autun en 1778, puis à l'Ecole militaire de Brienne de 1779 à 1784 et enfin à celle de Paris en 1785.
Bonaparte enchaîne alors les victoires de Castiglione le 5 août, de Roveredo le 4 septembre et Bassano le 8 septembre.
Bonaparte se fait nommer par le Conseil des Anciens commandant des troupes de Paris le 18 Brumaire (9 novembre 1799) avec l'appui de certains membres du Directoire, notamment Sieyès et Roger-Ducos, des ministres Talleyrand et Fouché et de son frère Lucien.
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 Bonaparte's Lightning Italian Campaign, 1796-1797
Bonaparte's army lacked sufficient cavalry and artillery and his infantry was weakened by detachments sent to guard the coast against British and Sardinian navies.
Colli's chief-of-staff had reported: "Bonaparte is not known for any striking feat, but he is understood to be a profound theorist and a man of talent." The Allies however knew that the Army of Italy was in poor shape and believed it was incapable of an attack in the near future.
Bonaparte would say that "it was Lodi that made him certain he could be a man of high destiny." Napoleon's troops gave him the affectionate nickname Le Petit Corporal "The Little Corporal" (he sighted a cannon, usually it was job for an corporal).
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 Louis Bonaparte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Louis I Napoleon Bonaparte, King of Holland, Grand Duke of Berg and Cleves, Count of Saint-Leu (Lodewijk Napoleon in Dutch) (September 2, 1778 – July 25, 1846) was the fifth surviving child and fourth surviving son of Carlo Buonaparte and Letizia Ramolino.
He was a younger brother of Joseph Bonaparte, Napoleon I of France, Lucien Bonaparte and Elisa Bonaparte.
He was an older brother of Pauline Bonaparte, Caroline Bonaparte and Jérôme Bonaparte.
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Napoleón Bonaparte - Monografias.com

Bonaparte no se desanimó ante este contratiempo y se dedicó a la reforma de la administración y legislación egipcias: la servidumbre y el feudalismo fueron abolidos y los derechos básicos de los ciudadanos garantizados.
Bonaparte y sus compañeros tomaron el poder durante el golpe de Estado del 9-10 de noviembre de 1799 (18-19 de brumario según el calendario revolucionario) y establecieron un nuevo régimen, el Consulado.
Bonaparte cruzó los Alpes con un ejército en 1800 y derrotó a los austriacos en la batalla de Marengo, con lo que su poder quedó afianzado.
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 Napoleon Bonaparte : Napoleon : Bonaparte : Biography : Career : Life Story : Emperor of France : Soldier   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Not a Frenchman by birth, Napoleon Bonaparte was born at Ajaccio on Corsica - only just sold to France by the Italian state of Genoa - on 15 August 1769 and learnt French at the school of Autun and later the military academy at Brienne.
Now a brigadier-general, Bonaparte served in the army campaigning in Italy but found himself arrested and jailed for being an associate of the younger brother of Maximilien Robespierre.
With no position for him after his release, Bonaparte thought about joining the Turkish army and even joining a naval expedition to Australia, but became involved with a member of the Directory, Paul Barras, who used the young man's zeal to put down a royalist mob in 1795 with the now legendary "whiff of grapeshot".
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 Napoleone Bonaparte: Tutte le informazioni su Napoleone Bonaparte su Encyclopedia.it   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Napoleone Bonaparte (15 agosto 1769 - 5 maggio 1821) - Figura storica assai discussa ma di straordinaria importanza: di fatto impose dal 1799 una dittatura alla Francia, della quale fu imperatore con il nome di Napoleone I dal 18 maggio 1804 al 6 aprile 1814.
Suo padre Carlo Buonaparte (solo più tardi il cognome fu mutato in Bonaparte) organizzò l'educazione di Napoleone in Francia, e lì egli si trasferì all'età di nove anni.
Nel 1798, il governo francese, geloso della popolarità del Bonaparte, lo incaricò di occupare l'Egitto per contrastare l'accesso inglese all'India.
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 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Napoleon Bonaparte   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Pierre-Napoléon Bonaparte (11 October 1815 - 7 April 1881) was born in Rome, Italy, the son of Lucien Bonaparte and nephew of the French emperor Napoléon I.
Pierre Bonaparte took them personally to account, and during a violent discussion he drew his revolver and killed one of them, Victor Noir.
Napoleon Charles Bonaparte (October 10, 1802-May 5, 1807) was the eldest son of Louis Bonaparte and Hortense de Beauharnais.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /Napoleon_Bonaparte   (429 words)

  
 Bonaparte, Iowa History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Bonaparte, originally named Meeks Mills, Wisconsin Territory, was founded in 1837 on the banks of the Des Moines River.
During this time, Bonaparte Main Street was incorporated as a non-profit organization, dedicated to the support of downtown businesses and to develop new businesses in Bonaparte.
As an official Main Street Community, Bonaparte is the smallest such community in the nation with a population of 468.
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 Bonaparte. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Of the second generation of the family the most important was Louis Bonaparte’s son, Louis Napoleon, who became emperor as Napoleon III (see also separate article for Napoleon II, son of Napoleon I and Marie Louise).
Charles Lucien Jules Laurent Bonaparte, 1803–57, prince of Canino, son of Lucien, lived in the United States from 1824 to 1833 and was important as a naturalist, particularly as author of American Ornithology (4 vol., 1825–33, in English).
The daughter of Jérôme and Catherine of Württemberg, the princess Mathilde Bonaparte, 1820–1904, was prominent during and after the second empire as hostess to men of arts and letters.
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 Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, Complete, by Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
Bonaparte himself laughed at all the stories which were got up for the purpose of embellishing or flening his character in early life.
Bonaparte and I won the prizes in the class of mathematics, which, as I have already observed, was the branch of study to which he confined his attention, and in which he excelled.
Bonaparte and his brother Louis (a mild, agreeable young man, who was the General's aide de army) used to bring with them their ration bread, which was fl, and mixed with bran.
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 Dozen Distinctive Destinations | Bonaparte, Iowa
The tiny village of Bonaparte, Iowa, (population 465) is in the southeast corner of the state, close to the Missouri border on the banks of the Des Moines River.
Bonaparte owes its beginnings to its location along the Des Moines River, where the Meeks Mills were founded in 1837, drawing businesses and residents to the area.
The restored Bonaparte Pottery, believed to be the only remaining early pottery works in Iowa, is intact with the kiln, brick kiln, and pug mill that produced thousands of pieces of pottery between 1865 and 1895.
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 Bonaparte   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The little "town" which once was called Bonaparte was located 3 miles west of Havillah on Antoine Creek.
Bonaparte was established when the US Government built a flour mill, shingle mill, and water powered sawmill for the Indians in 1886.
This ended Bonaparte’s history as a little "town." The mills which had been shut down in 1902 were soon dismantled.
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 Royalty.nu - Royal History of France - Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of the French
The Rise of Napoleon Bonaparte by Robert Asprey combines biography with military history in charting the course of Napoleon's career up to 1805.
Napoleon Bonaparte: England's Prisoner: The Emperor in Exile 1816-21 by Frank Giles.
Napoleon's Lost Fleet: Bonaparte, Nelson, and the Battle of the Nile by Laura Foreman, Ellen Blue Phillips, and Franck Goddio.
www.royalty.nu /Europe/France/Bonaparte/NapoleonI.html   (2965 words)

  
 Historic Bonaparte Pottery - Bonaparte, Iowa
Bonaparte — Marilyn Thomas suspected she and her husband were acquiring an important archeological site when the couple purchased the old Bonaparte Lumberyard in 1992.
It was then they were told by a county official that their building was known as the Bonaparte Pottery.
Later that year, the Thomases were contacted by the State Historical Society and the State Archeological Office at Iowa City seeking the couple’s permission for an archeological “dig” on the property.
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 Chronology of Corsica/Bonaparte   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Giuseppe Maria Bonaparte (grandfather of Napoleon) marries Maria Saveria Paravisino.
Giuseppe Maria and Luciano Bonaparte obtain recognition of kinship from Buonaparte of Tuscany.
Isabella Bonaparte marries Ludovico Ornano (16 Jan.), Luciano having induced her mother to exchange Bozzi house for one of his vineyards.
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 The Bonapartes
He married Laetizia Ramolino (1750-1836) in 1764 and by her had 8 surviving children, the second of whom was Napoleon Bonaparte.
Were included in these changes all the members of his family which were officially part of the Imperial family, namely all his siblings except Lucien Bonaparte, as well as the child of Jérôme Bonaparte by his first (and unauthorized) marriage.
Jérôme Bonaparte (1784-1860), Napoleon's youngest brother, was a lieutenant in the French Navy in 1803, fighting in the Carribbean.
www.heraldica.org /topics/france/bonapart.htm   (1112 words)

  
 Napoleão Bonaparte
Ali, perante os seus olhos, está toda a família Bonaparte, a mãe, os irmãos e as irmãs, os cunhados.
As muralhas são sólidas e Bonaparte não dispõe de artilharia suficiente.
Para o êxito precisam de Bonaparte, de "alguém capaz de violar a lei, mas respeitando-a".
www.vidaslusofonas.pt /napoleao_bonaparte.htm   (3601 words)

  
 Bonaparte, Iowa - Historic Riverfront District Photo Tour
His father, William Meek, came to Van Buren county in 1837 among the earliest settlers at a time when Iowa was still a part of the Wisconsin Territory.
Thomas Christy was an early pioneer of Bonaparte and one time member of the state legislature.
He was responsible for the handle factory and was involved in various businesses and buildings in the downtown area.
www.bonaparte-iowa.com /sgtour_bona_p3.htm   (402 words)

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