Chronological Table of Recent Events.
1846. June 16. Election of Pius IX.
1848. March 18. Insurrection at Milan.
22. Charles Albert enters Milan.
22. Republic proclaimed at Venice.
May 15. Insurrection at Naples quelled by Ferdinand II. ('Re Bomba1).
29. Radetzky's victory at Curtatone.
30. Radetzky defeated at Goito; capitulation of Peschiera.
July 25. Radetzky's victory at Custozza.
Aug. 6. Radetzky's victory at Milan.
Nov. 15. Murder of Count Rossi at Rome.
25. Flight of the Pope to Gaeta.
1849. Febr. 5. Republic proclaimed at Rome.
17. Republic proclaimed in Tuscany, under Guerazzi.
March 16. Charles Albert terminates the armistice (ten days' campaign).
23. Radetzky's victory at Novara.
24. Charles Albert abdicates ; accession of Victor Emmanuel II.
26. Armistice; Alessandria occupied by the Austrians.
3t. Haynau conquers Brescia.
April 5. Republic at Genoa overthrown by La Marmora.
11. Reaction at Florence.
30. Garibaldi defeats the French under Oudinot.
May 15. Subjugation of Sicily.
July 4. Rome capitulates.
Aug. 6. Peace concluded between Austria and Sardinia.
22. Venice capitulates.
1850. April 4. Pius IX. returns to Rome.
1855. Sardinia takes part in the Crimean War.
1856. Congress at Paris. Cavour raises the Italian question.
1859. May 20. Battle of Montebello.
June 4. Battle of Magenta.
1859. June 24. Battle of Solferino.
July 11. Meeting of the emperors at Villafranca.
Nov. 10. Peace of Zurich.
1860. March 18. Annexation of the Emilia (Parma, Modena, Romagna).
22. Annexation of Tuscany.
24. Cession of Savoy and Nice.
May 11. Garibaldi lands at Marsala.
27. Taking of Palermo.
July 20. Battle of Melazzo.
Sept. 7. Garibaldi enters Naples.
18. Battle of Castelfidardo.
29. Ancona capitulates.
Oct. I. Battle of the Volturno.
21. Plebiscite at Naples.
Dec. 17. Annexation of the principalities, Umbria, and the two Sicilies.
1861. Febr. 13. Gaeta capitulates after a four months'' siege.
March 17. Victor Emmanuel assumes the title of king of Italy.
June 6. Death of Cavour.
1864. Sept. 15. Convention between France and Italy.
1866. June 20. Battle of Custozza.
1866. July 5. Cession of Venetia.
20. Naval battle of Lissa.
1867. Nov. 3. Battle of Mentana.
1870. Sept. 20. Occupation of Rome by Italian troops.
Oct. 9. Rome declared the capital of Italy.
1878. Jan. 9. Death of Victor Emmanuel II.; accession of Humbert I.
Feb. 7. Death of Pius IX.
Feb. 20. Election of Leo XIII.