It was, in favour of his son, that he abdicated: his abdication is void, if Napoleon II.
Till then, gentlemen, you are bound to recognize Napoleon II.
He spoke of liberty to the republicans, of glory and Napoleon II.
The partisans of the regency reproached him for not having proclaimed Napoleon II.
(p. 248) In the existing state of things there were only two courses to be pursued: either to proclaim Napoleon II.
The assembly must speak out, and instantly declare, that it acknowledges Napoleon II.
Had they been sensible of their situation, they would spontaneously have proclaimed Napoleon II.
I am convinced that they are to-day perfectly reconcilable, and that Napoleon II.
His father has abdicated: you have accepted his abdication without restriction the contract is formed, Napoleon II.