The Hungarian Revolution; Outlines of the Prominent Circumstances Attending the Hungarian Struggle for Freedom Together with Brief Biographical-Sketches of the Leading Statesmen and Generals Who Took Part in It

The Hungarian Revolution; Outlines of the Prominent Circumstances Attending the Hungarian Struggle for Freedom Together with Brief Biographical-Sketches of the Leading Statesmen and Generals Who Took Part in It

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1850 edition. Excerpt: ...below: for Mr. John Pragay. Character, a Hungarian emigrant. To America, by Oderberg, Breslau, and Hamburg. He is to travel on the direct route, without stopping or returning, (ohne aufenihalt und ohne Ruckkehr.) He is accompanied by his former servant, Paul Zwickl. N. B. He is provided with the necessary means of traveling. Here follows a particular description of the bearer's person, age, stature, etc. It is desired that the bearer, on showing this passport, may be allowed to proceed without hinderanee. Prom the royal imperial city government of Vienna, Oct. 5th, 1849. l. S. The royal imperial ministerial councilor and captain of the city, Razzer, M. P. Many of my companions who wished to go to Turkey received no passport at all, and now, in spite of the 1st and 2d articles, must endure the oppressive yoke of Austria, or perhaps starve in their wretchedness. How carefully the remaining articles which Haynau had declared to be sacred, were observed, is clearly enough shown in the execution of Major Repeczky, the imprisonment of William Csapo, the sequestration of Zichy's estates, and of others who were all in Comorn up to the end, and the first of whom was seized and executed while on his road home. In conclusion, I have one urgent request to make to my honored readers. I would beg them to compare together the capitulation, the safe-conduct, and my traveling passport, and have the kindness to tell me how I came to receive a passport restricted by the clause, " without stopping or returning," when a safe residence at my own home is guaranteed by two documents? And that my honored readers may have still another bright example of the logical consistency'that reigns throughout the actions of the Austrian government, I will introduce here a...show more

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  • Paperback | 54 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 113g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236624386
  • 9781236624383