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[其他] 【无耻的坑一个】Trial of Marshal Ney

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发表于 2012-12-24 00:22:34 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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英文手录版,今儿刚到的书 Trail of Marshal Ney, Prince of Moskwa, for the high treason
翻印版,看着不厚,抽空手打吧,有兴趣的就看看吧
今儿的:开庭
At eight in the morning, a detachment of each legion of the national guard, piquets of gendarmerie,&c. were stationed at the Palace of Justice and in the environs.
The service of the interior of the Palace was performed by national guards and veterans.The place tor the accused was near his Advocate, in the semi-cir-culai(?) space below the bench of the Judges.
The confluence of persons to hear the trail was prodigious. Prince Augustus of Prussia, Lord and Lady Castlereagh, and some other persons of distinction, occupied the places reserved for them.
The opening of the sitting, it is said, was delayed by the following accident,—
Massena, Prince of Essling,conceived that delicacy dictated his refusal to assist as Judge of the Prince of Moskwa. He founded his refusal upon an old enmity, produced by some very warm differences that had arisen between them in Spain.
The council of War deliberated upon the validity of the reason urged by Marshal Massena, and decided that it was impossible that the slight resentment of a General of an army, could operate upon the conscience of a Judge, The Marshal then took his seat among the Members of the Council.
The following is a list of the Members of the Court:
Marshal Count Jourdan, President; Marshal Massena, Prince of Essling; Marshal Augereau, Duke of the Castighone, Marshal Mortier, Duke of Treviso; Lieutenant General Count Vallatte, Lieutenant General Count Claparede; Lieutenant General Count Malson, Governor of Paris, Baron Joinville, Grand Commissary for the King. Count de Grundler will do the duty of Reporter; and M.Boudin, that of Register.
In the absence of the accused, Messrs, Berryer, senior, and junior, and M. Dupin, his counsel, were present.
After the reading of divers letters relating to the convocation and formation of the Court Martial, Marshal Jourdan notified to Lieut.General Grundler, the Reporter, to begin reading the papers. The first were, the two Ordinances of the 24th July and 22d August, relative to the individuals to be tried by the Court Marshal of the Frist Division.
The next papers were—
Proces-Verbal of Police of  the arrest of the Marshal by the Commissary of Police of Auraillac who arrested him, and received from him a porte-f(?)lle with several letters. It appears from the proees-verbal of arrest, that at the time when the retreat of Marshal Ney was discovered. It was thought possible also to arrest Murat, who was said to have been in the castle on village of Rochefort.
A possport for ht Marshal and his suite, and some letters., one of which entreats him to give the preference to Louisiana.
The instruction given on the 9th of March last, by the Minister of  War , the Duke of Dalmatia, to Marshal Ney, commanding the 6th Military Division, were as follow:
"His Royal Highness, Monsieur has arrived at Lyons, and taken the command of the army, which will form on that point. Every measure is adopted to pursue with vigour, and without ceasing, the party at the head of which Buonaprate has deard to penetrate into the French territory. The most prompt success may be expected. The King charges me to commend to you to hold as many of your troops disposable as possible.....In the absence of the Duc de Berri(Bern?) take your orders from Monsieur. Communicate every day with that Prince. If, contrary to all appearance, the enemy should arrive at Lyons, mke your dispositions to manoevre in such manner as to incommode him, to circumvent his plans, and finally to destroy, if you find an opportunity, &c.......【接下来是内伊给苏尔特信件的摘录】

因为是翻印,有些地方不清楚而且是很不清楚,都用问号标了


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 楼主| 发表于 2012-12-24 21:31:20 | 显示全部楼层
"Blasancon, March 10,—Lieutenant General Count de Bourmont has informed you that the whole of the troops of the 7th division have been directed upon Lyons. I have no positive account as to the enterprises of Buonaparte. It is said here, that he has appeared before Grenoble, and that he will probably throw himself into Italy, by way of Simplon."
"March 11— The Duke of Maille has just arrived from Lyons, to inform me that the troops of Grenoble have passed over to Buonaparte, with the exception of detachment, which has thrown itself into Fort Bairanx.....I set off for Lons le Saulnier, I will occupy Macon and Bourg, and if I find a favourable opportunity, I will not hesitate to attack the enemy,&c......"
"Lons Le Saulnier, March 12.—Your Excellency will receive herewith several Proclamations(of Buonaparte) which deserve the attention of the King, and which seem to require an energetic reply to the falsehoods they contain"
"I yesterday countermanded the march of the troops which, conformably to the orders of the Duke of Tarentum, were proceeding on Chalons-su-Moulins .These troops would have been lost to his Majesty, all the country, from Auxonne to Besancon, would have been exposed.......It would be essential to adopt a cypher for correspondence."
Same Date—"The retiograde march which Monsieur has been obliged to make is very distressing.....Marshal Macdonald appears to want confidence in his troops. In the mean time, it is not by retreating that they can be opposed to the enemy, if they intend to do their duty. We must make them fight....I absolutely want artillery and equipage."
The proclamation of the Marshal, commencing with these words — "The cause of the Bourbons is lost forever,"&c. Was read to the Council, from the Momteur of the 21th of Marsh, Next was read an order of the Marshal to arrest Generals B(ourmont), Lecourbe, Delame, Jarry(?), M Clouet, his aid-de-camp, and several other superior officers. Next were read the interrogatories put by M. De Cazo, Prefect of Police.

第一部分完~后面是问答形式的了,明儿有考试,暂时不整理
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发表于 2012-12-26 00:00:02 | 显示全部楼层
有比手打快N倍的方法。
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 楼主| 发表于 2012-12-26 09:24:30 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
蓝色拿破仑 发表于 2012-12-26 00:00 有比手打快N倍的方法。

我想一边打一边看,抄书也考虑过
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发表于 2012-12-26 10:17:13 | 显示全部楼层
卡佩 发表于 2012-12-26 09:24
我想一边打一边看,抄书也考虑过

好书值得抄,比如我,质量一般的就不必了吧
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 楼主| 发表于 2012-12-26 10:37:36 | 显示全部楼层
jzha086 发表于 2012-12-26 10:17
好书值得抄,比如我,质量一般的就不必了吧

这书不错~基本上都是庭审的现场记录
当然了,对大桶没兴趣就觉得质量一般喽
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发表于 2012-12-26 10:50:12 | 显示全部楼层
卡佩 发表于 2012-12-26 10:37
这书不错~基本上都是庭审的现场记录
当然了,对大桶没兴趣就觉得质量一般喽

还记录个啥啊,还是革命时代方便,法官问律师态度,律师说我完全赞成法官大人,被告罪大恶极理应处死~~
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 楼主| 发表于 2012-12-26 13:02:27 | 显示全部楼层
jzha086 发表于 2012-12-26 10:50
还记录个啥啊,还是革命时代方便,法官问律师态度,律师说我完全赞成法官大人,被告罪大恶极理应处死~~

革命时代。。。。断头台都不够用的
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 楼主| 发表于 2012-12-26 15:49:20 来自手机 | 显示全部楼层
我看到证人证言了,晚上整出来
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 楼主| 发表于 2012-12-26 20:49:33 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 卡佩 于 2012-12-26 20:51 编辑

INTERROGATORIES OF MARASHAL NEY BY
THE PREFECT OF POLICE
The first interrogatories
Q:When you receive information of the landing of Bonaparte,did you offer your services to his Majesty?
A:I did not offer my services to his Majesty, I left my estate neat Chateaudun, in consequence of an ordeer which I received from the Military of War, appointing me Governor of the Military Division. But I have to observe, that I am not bound to answer your question.According to the laws of kingdom, I am not liable of Peers. Besides, I know not what your quality is, I perceive, indeed, from your dress that you belong to the King's Government, but nothing proves to me in what character you appear here.
Q:You cannot be ignorant of my office. I am introduced into your apartment by the keeper of this prison, whom you every day see.
A:I do not refuse to answer your questions, but I think I might be assisted by my Counsel.
Q:When did you arrive at Paris?
A:On the 19th.
Q:What induced you to proceed to Paris?
A:An order form the Minister of War, which directed me to proceed to Besancon.
Q:Why did you not proceed directly to that destination?
A:I would have gone to Besancon, but having no uniform, I came to Paris for them.
Q: Did you ask an audience of his Majesty before your departure?
A:I made in fact that request, but the Minister refused it, under the pretext that his Majesty was indisposed. I saw the Duc de Berri at six in the morning, and afterwards waited on the King.
Q:What did you say to his Majesty?
A:I stated that the Minister of Wat having ordered me to depart, I had waited on his Majesty to ask such instructions as he pleased to give me.
Q:What did the King say to you?
A:That he relied on my zeal and devotedness,
Q:What answer did you make?
A:I believe I replied that this was an act of madness, and that if he(Bonaparte) was taken he deserved to be brought to Paris in an iron cage. I know it has been reported that I promised to bring him in an iron cage, but I do not think I said that.
I also stated that Bonaparte was very criminal in having broken, his outlawry. I afterwards made the same observation to himself, but he laughed at it.
Q: Did you ask his Majesty for money at that interview?
A:I know it has been publicly reported that I received X00,000(关键地方看不见了,如果有见过的请告诉我讹传是多少)francs, but that is false. The Prefect of Besancon offered me money if I wanted it.
Q:On taking leave of the King did not you kiss his hand?
A:I do not well recollect that incident.   Yes; I believe I did in fact kiss his Majesty's hand when he presented it on my taking leave.
Q: Did you met receive orders from Bonaparte before your arrival at Besancon?
A:No, I received no orders, except from the Minister of War, the Duc de Berri, and his Majesty.
Q:On arriving at Lons-le-Saulnier, did you not receive an agent from Bonaparte?
A:On the 13th, at two in the morning, I received an agent, whom I supposed to be an officer of the guard in disguise, and who had lost his arm. He delivered to me, on the part of General Bertrand(?) the proclamation which I published on the 14th. I say the proclamation, and not my proclamation, because it was sent to me ready drawn up.
Q:How came you to determine upon publishing that proclamation?
A:Before causing it to be read to the troops, that the Bourbons had committed great faults, I assembled the troops, and read the proclamation, which was printed two hours after.
Q: Do you affirm that you did not wrote to Bonaparte before the 14th, and that you sent no officers to him?
A:I neither wrote nor sent officers to him.
Q: Did you on the 14th exhort the troops to abandon the cause of the King, and espouse that of Bonaparte?
A:It is true I did. I was impelledI did wrong, of that there is no doubt.
In another part the accused said" The landing of Bonaparte appeared to me extravagant,but at Auxonne his agent presented things to me in quite another point of view. I suffered myself to be led away by them to prevent a civil war, and from the assurance Bonaparte had given me, that the foreign powers accorded with him, that the Austrian General Keller had gone to the Isle of Elba, to announce to him on their part, that the Bourbons could reign no more that the King of Rome and his mother would remain as hostages at Vienna until he should have given to France a liberal constitution. The proclamation which is attributed to me, and which I did not publish till the 14th, was known ever since the 13th in Switzerland. It had been sent there beforehand to Joseph. This has been always the policy of Bonaparte. In the course of the last Russian campaign, he caused to be inserted in the Moniterur a letter, in which he made me speak of the Russians, and upon political affairs, in an unbecoming manner. I should not have known of it had he not said to me the day after, in pleasantry, "Marshal I have made you witty." He had already said as much with respect to Prince Eugene.
At the close of the examination, the Marshal said,"I have been often tempted to blow out my brains, but I have not done it because I wished to vindicate myself. I know I have done much wrong, or which good men will blame me. I blame myself, but I am not a traitor, I was drawn on. Had I wished to betray, I should have given false information to Suchet, when he wrote to me that his troops were in a state of fermentation,"




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