Sunday, February 12, 2012

Greece in the Nineteenth Century

For those of you who are interested, I have made the following book available as a Kindle ebook on Amazon for only $0.99  --  "Greece in the Nineteenth Century - A Record of Hellenic Emancipation and Progress 1821 - 1897"  by Lewis Sergeant.  This book was originally published by T. Fisher Unwin in London in 1897.  


Below you will find the Table of Contents and a listing of the 223 Greek Names mentioned in this book.


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CONTENTS
Introductory Chapter 
       The European Crisis in 1897 
       No True Concert 
       British Interests 

Chapter I - European Interventions 
       The Right of Intervention 
       Recent Interventions, by Concert and by Single Nations 
       The Congresses of Laybach and Verona 
       National Enthusiasms 
       Intervention in Turkey 
       The Reconstruction of Turkey 

Chapter II - Panslavism and Panhellenism 
       Panslavism, its Origin and History 
       The Slavs to Europe 
       Russia's claims to the Hegemony 
       The Panslavonian Committee 
       An Exposition of Types 
       Panhellenism 
       A Greco-Slavonian State 
       Enumeration of the Greeks 
       Greek Preponderance on the Aegean 

Chapter III - Greek Nationality 
       The Principle of Nationality;  its Moral Limitations 
       Rights of Nationality 
       Distrust of the Principle 
       Its Application in the Case of Greece 
       Descent of the Modern Greeks 
       The Theory of Fallmerayer 
       Testimonies to the Contrary 

Chapter IV - Causes of the Insurrection of 1821 
       The Eve of the Outbreak 
       The Preservation of Greek Learning 
       Powerful effect of this Circumstance upon the National Regeneration 
       Earlier Efforts 
       The Revolutionary Spirit 
       Contributory Causes 
       The Hetairias 
       Russian Philhellenes 
       Greece before the War 
       British Philhellenes 
       The Cession of Parga 
       Greek Commerce 
       Turkish Tyranny 
       Primates and Tax Farmers 
       Klephts and Armatoles 

Chapter V - The War of Independence 
       Weakness of Turkey 
       Ali of Janina 
       The Danubian Revolt 
       The Massacre in the Morea 
       Character of the Struggle 
       Turkish Reprisals 
       Sultan Mahmoud 
       The Murder of the Greek Patriarch 
       Intervention of the Powers 
       1821 and 1876 
       British Interests 
       Rupture Between Russia and Turkey 
       Progress of the Greeks 
       Declaration of Independence 
       The Greeks Disavow the Foreign Intriguers 

Chapter VI - The Appeal to Europe 
       Greek Dissensions 
       Want of Capable Leaders 
       European Diplomacy 
       Indecision of the Czar Alexander 
       The Massacre of Chios 
       Its Effects 
       The Congress of Verona 
       The Appeal of the Greeks 
       Its Failure 
       The Responsibility of Europe 
       Greek Heroism 
       Byron in Greece 
       His Good Influence 
       The First Greek Loan 
       English Encouragement 

Chapter VII - European Intervention 
       Plans for Greece 
       Cannings Views 
       Successes of the Egyptians in the Morea 
       British Intrigues in Greece 
       Britain and the Holy Alliance 
       Canning and Metternich 
       Extremity of the Greeks 
       Death of the Czar 
       The Protocol of April, 1826 
       The Treaty of London (July, 1827) 
       The Secret Article 
       The Battle of Navarino:  A Happy Blunder 
       Destitution of the Greeks 
       Responsibility of the Philhellenes 

Chapter VIII - Establishment of the Kingdom 
       The Death of Canning 
       Britain's New Policy 
       The Views of Wellington 
       Britain Responsible for the Limitation of the Boundaries of New Greece 
       The French Occupation 
       Adhesion of Turkey to the Treaty of London 
       The Protocol of 1832 
       Removing the Landmarks 
       The Burdens of the New State 
       The Hopeless Condition of the Kingdom 

Chapter IX - Greece Under the Bavarians 
       The Crown offered to Prince Leopold 
       His wise Stipulations 
       Tyranny and Death of Capo d'Istria 
       Another Civil War 
       Otho of Bavaria 
       Bavarian Rule 
       The Council of Regency 
       European Responsibility 
       Britain and her Representatives 
       The Revolution of 1843 
       The new Constitution 
       The Creditors of Greece 
       Relation between Greece and Turkey 
       The Revolution of 1862 

Chapter X - Revolution and Constitution 
       The Expulsion of Otho 
       Elevation of the National Sentiment in Greece 
       Offer of the Greek Crown to Prince Alfred 
       King George 
       The Cession of the Ionian Islands 
       Mr. Gladstone's Mission 
       Terms of Cession 
       The New Constitution 
       Carpet Bag Politics 

Chapter XI - Greece Under King George 
       Progress towards Self-government 
       Universal Suffrage 
       Abolition of the Senate 
       The development of Commerce in Greece 
       The Cretan Insurrection, 1866-9 
       The Russo-Turkish War 
       Assertion of the Greek Claims 
       British Constraint of Greece, 1877-8 

Chapter XII - The Congress of Berlin 
       Revision of the Treaty of San Stefano 
       Lord Beaconsfield and Lord Salisbury 
       The Claim of Greece 
       A good Beginning and a bad End 
       The Cyprus Convention 
       Greece Empty-handed 
       The Case of Crete 
       The Conferences of Prevesa, Constantinople, and Berlin 
       Partial Cession of Thessaly and Epirus 

Chapter XIV - Material Progress 
       Finance 
       The Public Debt 
       Commerce 
       Greek Trade with Great Britain 
       Agriculture in Greece 
       Natural Products 
       Staples of Commerce 
       The Forests 
       Public Works 
       Lake Kopais 
       The Corinth Canal 
       Obstacles to Progress 

Chapter XV - Greece and Crete 
       The Ninth Cretan Outbreak 
       The Broken Pact of  Halepa 
       Turkish Intrigues against Turkish Governors 
       An "Irresistible Popular Current" 
       The Massacres in Crete 
       Greek Abstention Impossible 
       Greece occupies the Island 
       The demands of the Powers 
       Their Pedantry 
       Their Responsibility 

Chapter XVI - Education and Literature 
       Is Greece over-educated? 
       The National System of Education 
       The University of Athens 
       The Hellenic Genius 
       The Nature and Scope of Hellenisation 
       The Modern Greek Language 
       Klephtic Songs 
       Learning and Letters in the Nineteenth Century 
       Literature of To-day 
       Graver and Lighter Prose 
       The Drama 
       Poetry 
       Literature in Unredeemed Greece 
       The Syllogues 
       The Press 
       Folk-Lore and Fairy Tales 


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Greek Names Mentioned in Book

Anagnostaras
Anagnostes - Sulieman's Greek secretary, narrative regarding translation of circular for Christians to take up arms
Anninos, C.
Antoniades, A.
Aravantinos, Spyridon
Argyriades, J.
Argyropoulos
Argyropulos
Balbes, S.
Bambas, Neophytos
Baphides
Bernardakis
Bessarion
Bikelas
Bikelas, D.
Bizyinos, G.
Botzaris, Markos
Boulgaris
Bryennios
Bulgaris
Byzantios, A.
Capo d'Istria, Agostino
Capo d'Istria, John
Chalcocondylas
Chrestopoulos, Athanasios
Constantinides, Michael (Professor)
Curtides, A.
Damiano, Nikolas
Deligeorges
Delyannis, M.
Demetrakopulos, Theodore
Demitriades, John
Diakos
Diamantopoulos
Dimitzas
Djavellas
Doukas
Doungas, Stephen
Drosines, G.
Drosines, Georgios
Economos, Constantine
Epachtitis, Jannis
Ephtaliotis, Argyris
Eugenius
Evangelides, Tryphon
Evanthia
Frangoudis, G.
Gabrielides, M.
Galatis, Nicholas - From Ithaca - narrative regarding his role in pre-revolution activities
Gazis, Anthimos - 1811, started "Learned Mercury" magazine of modern Greek Literature
Gedeon
Gemistos
Gennadios George - also spelled Gennadius
Gennadius, J.
Gennadius, John
Georgiaki
Germanos - Archbishop of Patras
Giatrakos
Gregorios
Hatzidakis
Hatzidakis, G.
Hatzopulos, Demetrios
Hidromenos, A.
Hypsilantes
Hypsilantes, Alexander
Hypsilantes, Constantine
Hypsilantes, Demetrios
Hypsilantes, Maria (Princess)
Ignatius
Jannaris
Jourdain
Kallimakis
Kalliphronas
Kalogeras
Kanares
Karadjas
Karapanos
Karasoutzas
Karatheodori - Referenced as Karatheodori Pasha
Karkavitzas
Kerameus, A. P.
Khanakaris
Kokkos, Demetrios
Kolettes
Kolokotrones, Theodore
Kondouriotes
Kontos (Professor)
Koraes
Koromilas, D.
Kostomiris, G.
Koumas, Constantine
Koumoundouros, M.
Krustalles, Constantine
Kyriakos
Lambrinides, J.
Lambros
Lambros, Paul
Lambros, S. P.
Lascaris
Leventis, George - Referenced as a Peloponnesian, narrative regarding his role in the revolution
Livadas, Theagenes (Dr.)
Logothetis
Londos
Loukas, G.
Lykudis, E.
Malakasses, Miltiades
Manghinas
Manos
Manos, Constantine
Mansolas, M.
Markora, Georgios
Martinellis, G.
Martzokis, M.
Maurocordatos - References Phanariot family Maurocordatos
Mavromichaelis, Athanasios
Mavromichaelis, D.
Mavromichaelis, Petros
Metaxa
Miaoulis
Miaoulis, Demetrios - Son of the famous Greek captain
Miliarakis
Minas
Mistriotis - Professor
Moraitides
Moraitinis, M.
Moschovakis
Murusi - Dragoman to the Porte
Musuris - References Phanariot family Musuris
Myriantheus, Hieronymos
Negris
Neroulos, Rhizos
Nicephoros
Niketas
Nikolopoulos
Odysseus
Orlandos
Orphanides
Paganelis, Spyridon
Palamas, K.
Palles, A.
Pantazis, M.
Papadiamantes
Paparrigopulos
Paparrigopulos, Helen
Papayannopoulos, Anagnostis (Delyannis)
Papazis, Constantine
Pappadopulo, Alexandra
Pappagiannis, Constantine
Paraschos
Paraschos, Achilles
Paspatis
Perrhaibos - From Thessaly - narrative regarding his role in pre-revolution activities
Petrobey
Pharmaki
Philemon
Photiades, Lambros
Photinos
Pilikas, Spyridon
Polites, N.
Polylas, J.
Potlis
Provelengios, A.
Psycharis, J.
Ralli, Ambrose
Renieris, Mark
Rhalles, Loukas
Rhallys
Rhangabe, Kleon
Rhangabe, Rhizos
Rhigas
Rhizas
Rhodinos, Neophytos
Rhodinos, Solomon
Rhoidis, E.
Rouphos
Sakellarios, Athanasios
Sakellaropulos, S.
Sakellion, J.
Salomos, Dionysius
Sathas
Sathas, Copnstantine
Schinas
Scholarios, Gennadios
Semitelos (Professor)
Sevastopoulos, Pantoleon - Founded Evangelical School of Smyrna - 1743
Skuphas, Nicholas - Native of Arta, originator of Philike Hetairia ~ 1814
Skylizzes
Soutzo, Alexander
Soutzo, Panagiotes
Soutzos - References Phanariot family Soutzos
Soutzos, John
Spandonis, Nikolas
Spaniolakis
Stephanou, S.
Stratigis, Georgios
Suris, G.
Synvet, M. - Referenced as a Greek resident in Constantinople - Quotations from his work regarding a census of Greeks in the Ottoman Empire "Les Grecs de L'Empire Ottoman", Constantinople, 1878
Tertzetis
Theotokes
Theotokis
Therianos, Dionysios
Tombazis, Jakoiniki
Tricoupi
Tricoupi, S.
Tricoupis, M.
Tsuntas, Christos
Valaorites, A.
Vallindas, A.
Varvakis
Vasiliades, Spyridon
Vassos (Colonel)
Vlachogiannis, Nikolas
Vlachos
Voivodes - Referenced as Phanariot responsible for making Bucharest the home of Greek learning
Vretos, Papadopoulous (also Pappadopoulos)
Xenopulos, Gregorios
Zacharias
Zaimes
Zalokostas, George
Zambelios
Zographos
Zographu, Eugenie




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