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Title: Archduke Palatine Stephen to the Hungarian Diet, July 8, 1848
Authors: Archduke Palatine Stephen
Keywords: Hungarian Diet
1848
Revolution
Ferdinand V
Habsburg Empire
Transylvania
Croatia
Hungary
Issue Date: 1852
Publisher: Phinney & Co.
Citation: Henry M. De Puy, Kossuth and His Generals (Buffalo: Phinney & Co., 1852), pp. 149-152.
Abstract: Archduke Palatine Stephen speaks to the Hungarian Diet about "preserving the integrity of the Hungarian realm" in the face of assaults by "evil-disposed, rebellious agitators" (especially in Croatia). Also speaks of Ferdinand's sanction of the union of Transylvania with Hungary. Assures Hungary of the king's respect for and loyalty to Hungary.
Description: Speech, 3 pages
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/2164
Appears in Collections:1848-1900: Revolution, Liberalism, Modernization

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