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Volume I - The History of the Greek Revolution - by Thomas Gordon - 1844 - FREE ebook - (Includes 239 Names)


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THE HISTORY OF THE GREEK REVOLUTION - Volume I (in Two Volumes)


and of the Wars and Campaigns
Arising from the
Struggles of the Greek Patriots in Emancipating
Their Country From the Turkish Yoke.


By Thomas Gordon
(General of a Division of the Greek Army, and a Zealous Promoter of the Cause)


Published by William Blackwood, Edinburgh and T. Cadell, Srand, London - 1844


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I have transcribed the Table of Contents and 239 Names mentioned in the book for your reference.


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CONTENTS
of
VOLUME FIRST.


Introduction
Appendix to Introduction


BOOK I.


Chapter I. - Rebellion of Ali Pasha, and its consequences.  Return to Epirus of the Souliotes, and their hostilities against the Turks.  Hopes and projects of the Hetoerists.  Revolt of Theodore Vladimiresco in Wallachia, and Invasion of Moldavia by Ypsilanti.  Campaign in the Trans-Danubian Principalities.
Appendix to Chapter I.


Chapter II.  - Insurrection of Peloponnesus - of the Archipelago - of Northern Greece, and Macedonia.
Appendix to Chapter II.


Chapter III. - Effect that the Revolution produced on the minds of the Turks.  Executions and massacres at Constantinople, and elsewhere.  Negotiation betwixt Russia and the Porte.


Chapter IV.  - Operations of the Greek and Turkish Fleets during the Summer and Autumn of the year 1821.  Transactions in Peloponnesus till the middle of October.
Appendix to Chapter IV.


Chapter V. - Progress of the war in Epirus, Macedonia, and Northern Greece, till the conclusion of the year 1821.


Chapter VI. - Affairs of Peloponnesus, from the capture of Tripolizza to the end of the year 1821.  Insurrection of Crete.  Some general considerations on the state of Turkey and Greece, and on the feelings with which the Revolution was regarded in Europe.
Appendix to Chapter VI.


BOOK II.


Chapter I. - Constitution of Epidaurus, and establishment of a Central Government in Greece.  State of Turkey, and remarks on her political relations.  Transactions in Peloponnesus during the first six months of the year 1822.
Appendix to Chapter I.


Chapter II. - Affairs of the Archipelago.  Insurrection of Scio.  Naval operations on the Asiatic coast.
Appendix to Chapter II.


Chapter III. - Campaign in Epirus.  Operations in Euboea, Macedonia, and Northern Greece, till the middle of July 1822.
Appendix to Chapter III.


Chapter IV. - Grand Expedition of the Turks against Greece.  Invasion of Peloponnesus.  Military and Naval Operations in Argolis and the Argolic Gulf, until the end of September.


Chapter V. - Operations in Northern Greece till the close of the year 1822.  First siege of Messalonghi.
Appendix to Chapter V.


Chapter VI. - Transactions in the Archipelago and Peloponnesus during the three last months of the year.  State of Greece and Turkey at its conclusion.  Campaign of 1822 in the Island of Crete.
Appendix to Chapter VI.


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NAMES MENTIONED IN BOOK


Affendouli, Michael Comnenus


Agalopoulos


Ainian, George


Amagnostopoulos (Anagnostopoulos)


Anagnostoras


Anastasius (of Argyrocastro)


Anastasius (of Yannina)


Andreas, Paul


Andriseos


Androuzzos, Odysseus


Anthemius


Antinopoulos


Apostoli, Nicholas


Aristides


Athanasius (of Agrafa)


Axiottis, Alexander


Bakoulas, Gogos


Balesto


Bazziakharia, Spiro


Bessiaris, Hagos


Bobolina


Bobolina's son


Boulgari


Bournia


Bozzaris, Mark


Bozzaris, Nothi


Bulgari, John


Callimachi


Canaris, Constantine


Candiotti


Cantacuzene, Prince Gregory


Capodistria


Caravia, Basil


Caradja, Constantine


Coletti, Dr.


Coliopoulo (Colliopoulos)


Colocotroni


Colocotroni, Yani (second son to the Stratarch)


Colocotroni, Panos


Comnenus, Michael


Condouriotti (brothers)


Contos, Inje


Dania


Delhiyani, Anagnosti


Delhiyani, George


Delhiyani, Kanellos


Diakos


Diamantis


Dikaios (Archimandrite)


Dimo (of Livadia)


Dimos, Scalza


Dramali


Dukas, Constantine


Dumas, Mathieu


Dyovouniotis


Economos, Antoni


Farmaki


Fazzioli


Fotillas, Asimaki


Fotomarra, Natches


Galati


Garnoffski


Garzzouris


Gazi, Anthymos (Anthimos)


George (Yorgaki) - (Tufenkjee Bashee - General of Musketeers)


George (the Olympian)


Germanos, metropolitan of Patrass


Ghazi (Gazi), Anthimos


Ghika, Gregory


Ghouras


Glarakis


Gousti


Gramzi, Michael


Gregory, bishop of Modon


Grivas, Theodore


Griziotti, Nicholas


Harvalis, Anagnosti


Homerides


Iskos, Andreas


Juisti, Constantine


Kaliva


Kaloyani


Kamarina


Kanakaris, Athanasius


Kanakaris, Thanos


Karadja (Prince)


Karaiskaki


Karalampi, Sotiri (aka Karalambi)


Karapasi, Constantine


Karapounis, Nicholas


Kazzopoulo


Kefalas


Kokini


Komano, Philip


Kontoyani


Kormouli (borthers)


Koumdouris, Ismael


Koumoumalis, Spiros


Koutelidas


Kouzzonikas


Krevatas


Ktinas, Panaghy


Kyriacouli (Kyriakouli)


Lacones, Eleuthero


Lambros


Lassani, George


Lassani, T.


Lazzaros


Leckas


Leecho


Liberius


Logotheti, John


Logetheti, Lycurgus


Londos (of Vostizza)


Londos, Andreas


Londos, Sotiri


Lyapas


Makedonski


Makriyani


Makrynoros


Makrys


Manolaki


Manos, George


Mansolas, Drossos


Mavrocordato, Alexander


Mavromichalis


Mavromikhalis, John


Mavromikhalis, Petros


Melidori, Antonio


Meleti (of Khasha)


Messara


Metaxa, Andreas


Miaulis, Andreas


Miaulis, Demetrius


Miltiades


Minas


Morousi, Prince Constantine


Myrzinos


Negris, Theodore


Neophytus


Nicholas


Nicolopoulos


Nikitas


Notaras, Panouzzas


Notaras, Sotiri


Nouzza, Alexis


Odysseus


Oglou, Mikhal


Orfanos


Orlando, John


Palamides, Riga


Palascas, Christos


Palaskas


Panaghy


Pangalo


Pannas, Spiro


Panourias


Papadaki


Papadiamandopoulos


Papa Flessa


Papa Flessa, Dikaios


Papa Manoli, Lazzaros Antonio


Paparigopoulos


Papas, Manoli


Papayani (called Delhiyani of Karitena)


Pentedekas


Pepinis, George


Peutidekas (of Epirus)


Platikas, Demetrius


Poniropoulos (Senator)


Ponivopoulos, Nicholas


Porphyrogenete, Emperor Constantine


Prodan, Hadji


Protopapadaki


Ramphos


Razis, Athanasius


Rendi, Theokaris


Riga


Rizo, Theodore


Rizos, Alexander


Rousso


Sakhtouri


Saktouris


Sala


Scandalides, John


Sekeris (of Tripolizza)


Sfakiotes


Sifakas


Sify


Sisinni


Skouffo


Skourtis


Sotiri


Souzzo, Michael


Spagnolaki, George


Staicos (Staikos)


Stamatelopoulos, Nicholas


Stathi


Stourdza, John


Tarella


Tasso, Kara


Tchelepi, George


Theodore, Basil


Theodosius (Doctor)


Theodosius, John


Theokaropoulos


Theotaki


Tipaldo (Cefalonian physician)


Tomaropoulos


Tombazi, Emanuel


Tombazi, Jakomaki


Tombazi, Jachomo M.


Triandafilo, Nicholas


Trikoupi, Spiridion


Tzamados


Tzongas


Valesi


Valtinos, Costas


Vambas


Varlaam, Basil


Varnakiottis, George (son of Nicholas)


Varnakiottis, Yiottis


Vassilakis, Evthymos


Vlakhopoulos, Alexakis


Vlassopoulos


Vokhos, Andreas Miaulis


Vriones, Omer


Xanthos


Yatrako


Yerakaris, Constantine


Ypsilanti, Alexander


Ypsilanti, Demetrius


Ypsilanti, George


Ypsilanti, Nicolas


Zaccharias


Zaffiropoulos


Zagori


Zaimis, Andreas


Zakharopoulos


Zalik


Zaphiris (Zaphyris)


Zervas, Nicholas





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