Number 19 - 1995

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This issue contains the second part of the commented translation of the Giornale by Don Pacchiero, as well as a follow-up of the hospital history in Monaco. The French Revolution is once again highlighted, through Prince Honoré III. This issue also assesses the action of Charles III in terms of tourism, and takes stock of the Prince Albert I involvement in the Dreyfus affair. (full texts in French)

PRINCE HONORÉ III DURING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. SEPTEMBER 1790 - APRIL 1792 : THREATS OF PUBLIC ORDER

Article from Number 19 - 1995 - PRINCE HONORÉ III DURING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. SEPTEMBER 1790 - APRIL 1792 : THREATS OF PUBLIC ORDER

How did Honoré III react when his country was torn apart by revolutionary troubles, and the social structures damaged? For months, he did not stop fighting against the French administration so as this latter to respect his country, as mentioned in the Treaty of Péronne. This article highlights the strengths and troubles of that time in order to have a better understanding of this complex situation. The second part of this study is published in the issue n°21 of Annales monégasques. (full text in French)

LE PRINCE HONORE III PENDANT LA RÉVOLUTION FRANÇAISE. SEPTEMBRE 1790 - AVRIL 1792 : L'ORDRE PUBLIC MENACÉ - 1995

Claude-Aline ENCENAS
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THE HOSPITAL-HOSPICE ON THE ROCK OF MONACO FROM 1818 TO 1900

Article from Number 19 - 1995 - THE HOSPITAL-HOSPICE ON THE ROCK OF MONACO FROM 1818 TO 1900

Following the article entitled “Hospitals on the rock of Monaco before the 19th century”, published in the issue n°18 of Annales monégasques, this study deals with the upheaval of the approach to health care and hospital structure. The authors talk about the health administration functioning, the civil hospice’s creation as well as the role congregations like Dames of Saint-Maur and the daughters of charity of Saint Vincent de Paul. (full text in French)

L'HÔPITAL-HOSPICE SUR LE ROCHER DE MONACO DE 1818 À 1900 - 1995

Thérèse GHIZZI/Robert FILLON
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THE “GIORNALE” OF THE PARISH SAINT-NICHOLAS OF MONACO (1638-1656), BY DON PACCHIERO. MUNSCRIPT 515 FROM THE ARCHIVES OF THE PALACE. TRANSLATION, NOTES AND COMMENTS. SECOND PART : 1643-1648

Article from Number 19 - 1995 - THE “GIORNALE” OF THE PARISH SAINT-NICHOLAS OF MONACO (1638-1656), BY DON PACCHIERO. MUNSCRIPT 515 FROM THE ARCHIVES OF THE PALACE. TRANSLATION, NO...

This is the second part of the entire translation of the Giornale, written by the parish priest Don Dominique Pacchiero in the 17th century (the first part was published in the issue n°18 of Annales monégasques, in 1994). This is a source for many historians, which gathers a lot of details such as religious practices, anecdotes or specific facts. The third part is published in the issue n° 20 of Annales monégasques, in 1996. (full text in French)

LE GIORNALE DE LA PAROISSE SAINT-NICOLAS DE MONACO (1638-1656) TENU PAR DON PACCHIERO. MANUSCRIT 515 DES ARCHIVES DU PALAIS DE MONACO. TRADUCTION, NOTES ET COMMENTAIRES. DEUXIÈME PARTIE : 1643 - 1648 - 1995

Inès et Claude PASSET
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PRINCE ALBERT I AND THE DREYFUS AFFAIR

Article from Number 19 - 1995 - PRINCE ALBERT I AND THE DREYFUS AFFAIR

This study relates Prince Albert I’s role in the famous but controversial Dreyfus affair, between 1894 and 1906. Albert I quickly stood up for the captain and did all he could in the affair. He also militated in favour of a review of the trial, with Zola and Clémenceau. This involvement, sometimes badly received, is at the origin of a correspondence, largely quoted. (full text in French)

LE PRINCE ALBERT Ier ET L'AFFAIRE DREYFUS - 1995

Jean-Baptiste ROBERT
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THE ASSESSMENT OF CHARLES III’S REIGN : MONACO, A GREAT PLACE FOR TOURISM

Article from Number 19 - 1995 - THE ASSESSMENT OF CHARLES III’S REIGN : MONACO, A GREAT PLACE FOR TOURISM

When Charles III died in 1889, Prince Albert I inherited a modern and prosperous city. Thanks to a policy which took advantage of the climate and the development of transports, Monaco became a seaside resort which attracted international visitors both in winter and summer. This study describes the various aspects of tourism in Monaco, in 1889-1890. (full text in French)

LE BILAN DU RÈGNE DE CHARLES III : MONACO, PERLE DU TOURISME AZURÉEN - 1995

Christian SIFFRE
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