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Pressure for the exiles' return prior to the elections for the ad-hoc assemblies continued to mount in the winter of 1856-57. The return from Paris, London and Asia Minor of the exiled revolutionaries had constantly been on the agenda of their sympathisers and campaigners in the West in the 1850s. Dumitru Brătianu pressed the point on Clarendon and Walewski in memoranda sent on 6 February 1857. A few days later, on Clarendon's demand, Brătianu supplied a list with the names of the exiles and other relevant information. On 15 April 1857 Marie and Rosetti had separated at St. Quentin, in north-east France, on their separate ways towards the same ultimate destination. Finally, by June the amnesty of the exiled revolutionaries became official.

Keywords: Clarendon; Dumitru Brătianu; exiled revolutionaries



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