Parliament passed the Six Acts which were six laws that tried to prevent radical leaders from getting mad adn gave authorities new power in Britain.
Ferdinand VII of Spain was placed on the spanish throne and promised to govern based on a constitution but never did so the people rebelled. The rebellion was successful.
The same thing that happened in Spain happened in Naples and Metternich took control of the situation because Austria wanted to dominate that peninsula.
Congress and Protocol of Troppau
The congress was led by Tsar Alexander I of Russia with the super powers and discussed what to do about Naples. They issued the Protocol of Troppau whichsaid that stable governments can intervene on countries having revolutions.
Congress of Laibach
This congress allowed Austria to intervene in the revolution happening in Naples. The Austrians restored the King of Two Sicilies.
The Catholic Emancipation Act allowed Catholic Irish to be elected into British Parliament and was one of the last straws that turned Britain into a liberal nation.
The Four Ordinances were laws set forth by Charles X that restricted many freedoms in France and resulted in a royal coup d'etat.
In response to the Four Ordinances the people in France revolted against the government by blockading the streets. The result of the revolution was Charles X being exiled and the Louis Philippe as the new king.