Paris under the Commune eBook

John Leighton Stuart
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 389 pages of information about Paris under the Commune.
23 Prison of La Roquette, D. 14 24 Statue of Prince Eugene (removed) 14 25 Hotel de Ville, B. 13 26 Tower of St. Jacques, D. 13 27 Prison of Mazas 14 28 Barracks Napoleon, B. 14 29 Conservatoire of Arts and Metiers 9 30 Hospital of St. Eugenie 15 31 Cattle Market and Slaughter H. 5 32 Magasins of Bercy (sacked) 20 33 Ministere des Finances, B. 8 34 Place de la Concorde, D. 8 86 Porte St. Denis, D. 8 36 Porte St. Martin, D. 9 37 Theatre of Porte St. Martin, B. 9 38 Church of St. Laurent, D. 9 39 Mairie 1st Arrondissement, D. 8 40 Theatre du Chatelet, P.B. 13 41 Theatre Lyrique, B. 13 42 Caisse Municipale, B. 13 43 Assistance Publique, B. 13 44 Mairie IVth Arrondissement, P.B. 14 45 Magasins-Reunis, D. 9 46 Theatre des Del.  Comiques, B. 9 47 Mairie XIth Arrondissement, P.B. 14 48 Column of July, D. 14 49 The Arsenal, B. 14 50 Hospital of Salpetriere, B. 19 51 Granary of Abundance, B. 14 52 Lyons Railway Station, P.B. 14 53 Mairie of XIIth Arrondissement and Church of Bercy, B. 14

SOUTH OF THE RIVER SEINE.

   1 Foreign Office, D. 7
   2 Military School 12
   3 Les Invalides and Tomb of
     Napoleon I. 12
   4 Corps Legislatif 7
   5 Barracks d’Orsay, P.B. 8
   6 Palace of the Institute 13
   7 The Mint 13
   8 Church of St. Sulpice 13
   9 Palace of the Luxembourg, D. 13
  10 Odeon Theatre, D. 13
  11 Museum of Cluny 13
  12 Palais de Justice, B. 13
  13 Cathedral of Notre Dame 13
  14 Church of the Pantheon, D. 13
  15 Church of Val de Grace 13
  16 The Observatory 18
  17 Wine Market (sacked) 14
  18 Palace of Legion d’Honneur, B. 8
  19 Conseil d’Etat and Exchequer, B. 8
  20 Bank of Deposit, B. 8
  21 Western Railway Station, B. 13
  22 Gobelins Tapestry Manufactory, P.B. 18
  23 Orleans Railway Station, P.B. 14

See western side of Plan for the fire and devastation caused by shot and shell during the engagements between the Federal troops and the army of Versailles:—­Point du Jour, Auteuil, Passy, Porte Maillot, Avenue de la Grande Armee (Arc de Triomphe, much injured), Neuilly, Villiers, Lavallois, &c.

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[Illustration:  PLAN OF PARIS ILLUSTRATIVE OF MR. LEIGHTON’S “PARIS UNDER THE COMMUNE.”]

[Illustration:  PARTS DESTROYED OR DAMAGED DURING THE REIGN OF THE COMMUNE 18.  MARCH TO 29.  MAY 1871.]

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