Archduke Palatine Stephen to the Hungarian Diet, July 8, 1848
Archduke Palatine Stephen
Archduke Palatine Stephen speaks to the Hungarian Diet about "preserving the integrity of the Hungarian realm" in the face of assaults by "evil-disposed, rebellious agitators" (especially in Croatia). Also speaks of Ferdinand's sanction of the union of Transylvania with Hungary. Assures Hungary of the king's respect for and loyalty to Hungary.
Speech, 3 pages
Phinney & Co.
Hungarian Diet; 1848; Revolution; Ferdinand V; Habsburg Empire; Transylvania; Croatia; Hungary
Previously Published As
Henry M. De Puy, Kossuth and His Generals (Buffalo: Phinney & Co., 1852), pp. 149-152.