Table of chronology: §588-§730 : 19th century.
By Koji Nihei Daijyo. Update: September 8, 2019.

§1 -§958

 

総番号

Centurie

(I - XII)

Quatrain

(1-100)

date

(y.m.d)

日付

sujet (subject)

 

主題

le premier interprète avec raison ou suggestion

(the first reasonable or suggestive  interpreter)

有理的乃至示唆的
第一解釈者

588

IX-91

1821-1829

Greek Independence War (1)

KND

589

V-90

1821-1829

Greek Independence War (2)

KND

590

VI-55

1821-1829

Greek Independence War (3)

Fontbrune, 1996, p.218f.

591

IV-45

1830

Charles X abdicates in favor of the duke of Bordeaux, the duke of Orleans missing his hope

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.17f.

592

X-92

1820 and

1830

Assassination of the duke de Berri (1820) and the impasse of Charles X (1830)

Torné-Ch., 1861, p.232f.

593

III-96

1820.2.13 and

1830

The duke of Berry assassinated (1820.2.13); The revolution of July (1830)

Le Pelletier, I,  p.256f.

Ionescu, 1976, p.349f.

594

I-39

1830.8.27

The last of the princes of Condé found hung

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.28f.

595

I-41

July-August 1830

Revolution of July; Death of Bourbon-Condé

Torné-Ch., 1861, p.267f.

596

IV-84

1830-1836

Charles X after conquering Algeria chased to perish in exile

Torné-Ch., 1861, p.256f.

597

VI-84

1820-1830

Louis-Philip, a modern Agesilaus of France

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.20f.

598

VI-95

1830

Three days' fighting; Maneuvers of Louis-Philip

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.25

599

VI-13

1830

Louis-Philip, a constitutional king

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.26

600

VIII-61

1830

Parliamentary principle in France

KND

601

IX-35

1830

Usurpation by the Orleans

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.14f.

602

IV-85

1830

The legitimate Bourbons expelled

Torné-Ch., 1861, p.256f.

603

III-91

1830-1873

Duke of Bordeaux, his destiny off the throne

Le Pelletier, I,  p.261f.

604

V-4

1830

The mastiff, the deer, the wolf and the bear in July Revolution

Le Pelletier, I,  p.258f.

605

X-69

1830

A grand rowan berry, duchess of Berry, exile in England

Vignois, 1910, p.213

606

V-65

June 1832 - August 1833

The lady in ember, duchess of Berry revolted in Vendée

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.32f.

607

II-96

1821-1835

Halley's Comet, revolts in Lyons, in Greece and Persia invades Turkey

Torné-Ch., 1861, p.138f.

608

V-69

1830-1847

French colonization of Algeria

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.56f.

609

V-7

1840

Louis-Philip and Thiers plan to translate Napoleon I

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.42f.

610

VIII-5

1840

Return to France of the emperor in coffin

KND (ms. 2010.12.20)

Guinard, 2011, p.42f.

611

IV-20

1840.12.15

Napoleon I buried in the chapel of Saint-Louis-des-Invalides

Dufresne, 1994, p.94f.

612

IX-7

1840-1847

Return of Napoleon I from St. Helena and Louis-Philip's policy uncertain

Vignois, 1910, p.220

613

IV-33

1785;

1846;

1848

Herschel's universe (1785), Discovery of Neptune (1846) and French Interregnum (1848)

Centurio, 1953, p.93f.

Ionescu, 1983, p.220f.

KND

614

III-73

1846-1848

Louis-Philip's reign losing popularity

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.22f.

615

I-40

1848

Frustrated revolution satisfied in 1848; Mehemet-Ali of Egypt (1805-1848)

Torné-Ch., 1861, p.267f.

616

IV-64

1847-1848

Louis Philip's abdication after resignation of Guizot

Fontbrune, 1939, p.99f.

617

VIII-42

1830-1848

Louis Philip's reign and revolution of February

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.71f.

618

VI-16

1830; 1848; 1859

Monarchy of July and Advent of Louis-Napoleon

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.12f.

619

IX-5

1852-1861

Louis-Napoleon, a second Bonaparte

Nicoullaud, 1914, p.194

620

VIII-32

1811-1832

Napoleon I, Napoleon II (1811-1832) and Napoleon III

Torné-Ch., 1861, p.172f.

621

IV-7

1811-1832

Destiny of the son of Napoleon I

KND

622

IX-57

1848

Louis Philip's fall by himself

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.68f.

623

VIII-81

1848

Collapse of July monarchy by a shock from Sicily

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.63f.

624

VIII-82

1830-1848

Louis-Philip, suject and servant

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.65f.

625

IX-89

1830-1848

Louis-Philip and Napoleon III

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.57f.

626

V-92

1848-1849

1848, the year of change (spring of the nations)

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.52f.

627

III-17

1830-1849

Roman republic, Independent Belgium, Spanish civil war

Luni, 1998, p.157

628

IX-30

1846-1848

Spanish marriages ending Louis-Philip

Torné-Ch., 1861, p.262f.

629

VI-14

1848

Prompt flight of Louis-Philip

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.26f.

630

VII-43

1848

Republican revolution; Appearance of Louis-Napoleon

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.86f.

631

V-6

1848-1852

The President became a pacific Emperor

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.40f.

632

IX-8

1850.8.26

Remorse of Louis-Philip in his last moments

Torné-Ch., 1861, p.264f.

633

VIII-43

1848-1870

Louis-Napoleon in the beginning, in the middle and in the end

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.76f.

634

IV-65

1840-1858

Louis-Napoleon's grand prowess

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.84f.

635

VIII-53

1836-1870

Louis-Napoleon's unheard-of promotion

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.80f.

636

IX-54

1849

Garibaldi fleed from Rome

KND

637

IX-3

1848-1849

Roman revolution; Garibaldi's flight

Fontbrune, 1980, p.236f.

638

V-88

1848-1849

Roman revolution

Vignois, 1910, p.249

639

VIII-99

1848-1850

Roman revolution; Pius IX’s translation to Gaeta

KND

640

III-29

1808-1891

Two nephews of Napoleon I

KND

641

VIII-83

1853-1856

Crimean war

Larmor, 1925, p.248

642

VII-20

1855-1860

Count Cavour allied with Napoleon III

Vignois, 1910, p.242

643

X-8

1856.6.14

Baptism of the Prince Imperial

Vignois, 1910, p.242

644

V-8

1858.1.14

The attempt on the Emperor by Orsini

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.44f.

645

V-9

1858.1-3

The attempt on the Emperor by Orsini (2)

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.44f.

646

V-10

1858.1.14

The attempt on the Emperor by Orsini (3)

Torné-Ch., 1860, p.44f.

647

V-44

1857.6.25 & s.

The incident of the Cagliari

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.48f.

648

I-43

1858-1859

A marble block for the Washington Monument from Napoleon’s tomb

Torné-Ch., 1861, p.256

649

VIII-85

1854 & s.

Napoleon III at Biarritz

Vignois, 1910, p.255

650

VIII-7

1859.4.29

Passing the Ticino

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.119f.

651

VIII-3

1859.4-7

Francis-Joseph at Vigevano

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.109f.

652

VIII-12

1859.6.4

The victory of Magenta

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.143f.

653

IV-73

1859.7.11

The truce of Villafranca

Le Pelletier, I,  p.295f.

654

VIII-27

1859.12.22

Napoleon III and Pius IX

ナポレオン3世か昭和天皇か? 

Vignois, 1910, p.256

655

VI-39

1860

Despoliation of the pontifical states

KND

656

VIII-8

1859-1861

Fall of Sicily and Naples; Kingdom of Italy

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.123f.

657

X-6

1861.3.17

Kingdom of Sardinia into Kingdom of Italy

KND

658

VI-81

1854-1861

Ferdinand II & Francis II, Oppressors in Naples

KND

659

V-21

1859;1861

Ferdinand II deceased; Francis II expelled

Vignois, 1910, p.253

660

VIII-31

1848-1859

Francis-Joseph I; Count of Cavour; Napoleon III

KND

661

I-6

1861.3.17

Risorgimento: the Kingdom of Italy founded

Centurio, 1953, p.33

662

VIII-33

1810-1866

Count of Cavour, Italian unionist, born in a French dominion

KND

663

II-15

1861.5-6

The comet Tebbutt and the death of Count Cavour

Vignois, 1910, p.264

664

IX-62

1862.10.23

Revolt of October in Greece

Vignois, 1910, p.266

665

V-20

1859-1862

Napoleon III, Garibaldi and Leopold

Le Pelletier, I, p.293f.

666

VIII-6

1862.8-9

Garibaldi in Aspromonte; September Convention

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.116f.

667

IV-69

1866-1867

Annexation of Venice; French occupation of Rome

KND

668

VII-5

1849; 1867

Napoleon III, twice protector of the Pope

Vignois, 1910, p.391

669

VIII-44

1858-1868

Napoleon III allied to the King of Sardinia, friend of Garibaldi

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.203f.

670

IV-78

1859-1870

Italian civil war; Evacuation of Rome by the French troops

KND

671

VIII-11

1870

Italian unification of Rome; Defeat of Napoleon III in Alsace-Lorraine

KND

672

II-81

1865-1870

Italian unity after 1865

KND

673

V-78

1858-1870

13 years of the movement of Italian unification; Failure of the franco-papal alliance

KND

674

I-11

1848-1870

Unification of Italy

KND

675

VI-22

1860-1870

Napoleon III in ambivalence; Italy unified and Deprival of the pontifical temporal power

KND

676

V-22

1870

French evacuation of Rome and its occupation by Italians to accomplish the Italian unification

KND

677

VII-27

1859-1870

Kingdom of Italy; Rome annexed

KND

678

II-93

1870

Italian unity accomplished; Self-seclusion of the Pontiff

Centurio, 1953, p.67

679

II-54

1870

French evacuation of Rome; Roman annexation to the kingdom of Italy

KND

680 

VII-8

1871.2.1

Italian unity and translation of the capital

Vignois, 1910, p.316

681 

V-93

1868-1885

Insurrections of Canada for independence

Vignois, 1910, p.277

682

X-30

1848.12.10-1870.9.4

Rise and fall of Napoleon III

Vignois, 1910, p.296

683

III-13

1870.8

Emperor and Empress in disaccord

KND

684

VI-32

1870.8.16

Deputy-mayor of Beaussac murdered

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.213f.

685

III-75

1866-1870

The situation of Europe

Vignois, 1910, p.281

686

III-12

1870-1871

Collapse of the Second Empire

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.258

687

V-30

1870

German siege of Paris; Italian unification of Rome

Vignois, 1910, p.306

688

III-69

1870-1871

Gambetta’s defeat; Garibaldi’s relief

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.203f.

689

I-64

1870-1871

Garibaldi welcomed in France; Paris bombarded

Torné-Chr., 1870, p.203f.

690

VI-33

1870-1871

The last hand vs. the military hand

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.217f.

691

II-26

1867-1871

French evacuation of Rome; Napoleon III dethroned

Vignois, 1910, p.294

692

V-100

1870-1871

Napoleon III prisoner in Wilhelmshöhe; Commune of Paris

Torné-Ch., 1876a, p.37

693

V-81

1870-1871

Prussian besiegement of Paris; the Paris Commune

Torné-Ch., 1876b, p.47

694

IV-100

1870-1871

The Tuileries burnt

Vignois, 1910, p.327

695

VI-34

1871

Improved shells onto Paris; The Paris Commune crushed

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.217f.

696

VII-18

1871

Capitulation of France; The Paris Commune crushed

Centurio, 1953, p.154

697

III-48

1871

Hostages murdered

Vignois, 1910, p.329

698

V-82

1869-1871

French intestine confrontation and the Paris Commune

KND

699

VIII-97

1871-1873

The Parliamentary Republic confirmed after the Commune of Paris

Vignois, 1910, p.329

700

X-51

1871

Alsace-Lorraine in the Peace of Frankfort

Vignois, 1910, p.317

701

X-50

1870-1874

Alsace-Lorraine ceded to Germany

Torné-Ch., 1875, p.72f.

702

VI-3

1871.3.1

The deposition of Napoleon III and of his dynasty confirmed

Torné-Ch., 1879, p.94f.

703

X-32

1871.2-1873.5

Louis Adolphe Thiers, Chief of the executive power of the French Republic

Torné-Ch., 1876a, p.65

704

VIII-65

1871.8-1873.5

Louis AdolpheThiers, President of the French Republic

Torné-Ch., 1871b, p.184

705

VI-51

1870.11-1873.2

Amadeo I, King-Elect of Spain

Vignois, 1910, p.311

706

III-90

1873.5.24-11.20

The great Satyr and the Iranian Tiger

Torné-Ch., 1876a, p.64

707

V-36

1873.10.29

MacMahon, partisan of the Tricolor, checked the restoration of the monarchy in White

Centurio, 1953, p.116

708

VI-35

1873.10.29

MacMahon, partisan of the Tricolor, checked the restoration of the monarchy in White (2)

Torné-Ch., 1870, p.217f.

709

X-57

1873..11.21

MacMahon, partisan of the Tricolor, checked the restoration of the monarchy in White (3)

KND

710

VI-53

1873.11.21

MacMahon, partisan of the Tricolor, checked the restoration of the monarchy in White (4)

Vignois, 1910, p.356

711

IX-15

1873.11.21

MacMahon, partisan of the Tricolor, checked the restoration of the monarchy in White (5)

Torné-Ch., 1872, p.183; Torné-Ch., 1875, p.23

712

VI-54

1873.11.20;

 

 

1873(典礼の1607)

MacMahon, partisan of the Tricolor, checked the restoration of the monarchy in White (6);

日付のある預言 

Vignois, 1910, p.355

713

VI-44

1870-1890

The republican rise in Europe

Torné-Ch., 1872, p.184f. Torné-Ch., 1876a, p.44

714

IX-87

1873-1919

The foundation of the Basilica of Montmartre

Vignois, 1910, p.344

715

IV-72

1879.1.30

Resignation of President MacMahon

Vignois, 1910, p.385

716

IV-9

1847-1890

Prince imperial dead; Switzerland in religious conflict

Vignois, 1910, p.393

717

V-97

1879

Prince imperial checked; Amnesty of the Communards

Vignois, 1910, p.386

718

X-56

1879.8.4

An encyclical of Leo XIII

Vignois, 1910, p.394

719

IX-74

1885.5.26

The modern Mausoleum in Paris

Vignois, 1910, p.399

720

V-84

1861-1871

William I, Bismarck and Moltke

KND

721

V-43

1870-1887

The Roman Catholics persecuted in Italy and in Germany

Torné-Ch., 1878d, p.19

722

VI-40

1866-1890

The great sculpin into the Rhine

Torné-Ch., 1878d, p.19

723

V-64

1890

The fall of Bismarck against William II

Vignois, 1910, p.402

724

I-66

1885-1891

The question of General Boulanger

Vignois, 1910, p.399

725

VIII-67

1887.12.3

Sadi Carnot elected President of the Republic of France

Vignois, 1910, p.400

726

V-17

1894.6.24

President Carnot stabbed to death

Vignois, 1910, p.428

727

III-61

1879-1900

The congregation of the fathers of Assumption

Vignois, 1910, p.448

728

V-91

1801-1936

Heinrich Schliemann at Troy, at Mycenae and at Tiryns, John Evans at Knossos;

Heinrich Schliemann à Troie, à Mycène et à Tirynthe, John Evans à Cnossos

KND

 

 

 

729

IX-84

730

IX-9

1831-1913

Incandescent bulbs; Hydroelectricity

Centurio, 1953, p.63; p.193

table §731-§930


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