Chapter 19 Timeline

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John Wesley

1703 - 1791

created Methodism, which is a religion that Christian perfection in this life is possible to achieve.

Goethe

1749 - 1832

wrote, "The Sorrows of Young Werther" which were a series of love letters.

Schiegel

1767 - 1845

wrote, "Lucinde" which attacked prejudices against women.

Birth of Napoleon

1769

Born in Corsica, a Mediterranean island.

Wordsworth

1770 - 1850

wrote "Lyrical Ballads" "Ode on Intimations of immortality" and the "Prelude"

Samuel Taylor Coleridge

1772 - 1834

wrote the "Rime of the Ancient Manner"

Ludwig Tieck's

1773 - 1853

German romantic writer who wrote "William Lovell" which was imagination vs. reason.

Caspar David Friedrich

1774 - 1840

painted "Polar Sea" and other dark, gloomy pictures.

Joseph Mallord William Turner

1775 - 1851

"Rain, Stream, and Speed-the Great Western Railway," natural and industrial world brought together.

John Constable

1776 - 1837

landscape painter, who painted "Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows"

Lord Byron

1788 - 1824

considered a rebel among the Romantic poets and wrote "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage"

Treaty of Campo Formio

October 1797

took Austria out of the war. It also crowned Napoleon's campaign.

Constitution of Year VIII

December 1799

Napoleon issues Constitution that includes, democratic principles, checks and balances system and "rule of one man."

Romanticism

1800 - 1840

Period that had complete opposite ideals than that of the Enlightenment era.

Concordat with the Roman Catholic

1801

Concordat between Pope Pius VII and Napoleon that agreed Christianity was compatible with equality and democracy.

Treaty of Luneville

1801

Takes Austria out of the war.

Peace of Amiens

1802

Truce between France and Great Britain because of Britain's fear of Napoleon making a new French empire in America.

Organcic Articles

1802

Laws that stated the government was head ruler over the church.

Napoleonic Code

1804

Was made by Napoleon because of his wanting to be ruler for life.

Battle of Trafalgar

October 21, 1805

Nelson dies in battle, but Britain is guaranteed control of the sea's for the rest of the war.

Berlin Decrees

November 21, 1806

Napoleon forbides allies to import British goods.

Peninsular War

1807

French army forces Portugal to abandon traditional alliance with Britain.

Milan Decrees

1807

Stops neutral nation's from trading with Britain.

Treaty of Tilsit

July 7, 1807

Treaty between Napoleon and Tsar Alexander that made Prussia lose half its territories, and Prussia openly allies with Napoleon and Russia secretly allies with Napoleon.

Battlle of Wagram

1809

French beat Austrian's.

Russia withdraws from Continental System

1810

Shows Napoleon cannot have complete control forever.

Battle of the Nations

1813

Prussia, Russia, Austria and Britain defeat Napoleon at Leipzig and send him into exhile on the island of Elba.

Treaty of Chaumont

March 9, 1814

Restoration of Bourbons to French throne and contraction of France to its frontiers of 1792.

Congress of Vienna

September 1814 - November 1815

assemble for the common goal of keeping out any Napoleon-like ruler of coming back into Europe.

Hundred Days

March 1, 1815 - June 18, 1815

Napoleon's escape back into France. Defeated at Waterloo.