With Napoleon in Russia by Gen. Armand de Caulaincourt, Jean Hanoteau, George Libaire

By Gen. Armand de Caulaincourt, Jean Hanoteau, George Libaire

From the unique "Mémoires du général de Caulaincourt" as edited via Jean Hanoteau; abridged, edited, and with an creation by way of George Libaire.

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By Gen. Armand de Caulaincourt, Jean Hanoteau, George Libaire

From the unique "Mémoires du général de Caulaincourt" as edited via Jean Hanoteau; abridged, edited, and with an creation by way of George Libaire.

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ORG ELECTRONIC REPRODUCTION PROHIBITED A M B A S S A D O R ' S RETURN 19 Seeing that I was taking the matter seriously, the Emperor then pretended that he had been joking. "I know well enough that you are an honest man," he said; "but the Tsar Alexander's cajoleries have turned your head. In fact you have become a Russian," he added, with a smile. He then turned away and began to speak to other persons. Next day, having failed to obtain a private audience with the Emperor, I made so formal a declaration to Duroc, for him to pass on to His Majesty, of my wish to retire from the Court— and at the same time I expressed myself so forcibly to the Minister of Police—^that within twenty-four hours Mme.

Once again he returned to his supposed grievances. This time his conversation seemed to show what was really in his mind. The Emperor could no longer make pretences about his plans for departure, but he still tried to persuade me that he neither wished to establish Poland nor to have any kind of war, but hoped that everything would be cleared up and arranged without coming to blows. We used the same arguments on each side and talked from the same premises. I further urged all my beliefs as to the inconveniences, not to say the dangers, of such a distant expedition which would keep him away from France so long.

His wife is ambitious, and has stuffed his head with foolishness. He wants to have the whole of Italy; that is his dream, and that is what prevents him from wanting the crown of Poland. ORG ELECTRONIC REPRODUCTION PROHIBITED ON THE E V E : 1812 41 dom for him; but he would have to do something for it, for the Poles love true glory. Jerome cares for nothing but pageantry, women, plays and fetes. My brothers do not back me up. Their only princely quality is their foolish vanity; they lack talent and energy.

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