Volume 1: Part I. Events Preceding the Revolution: 1. The condition of the modern Greeks; 2. The Albanians; 3. Sultan Mahmud and Ali Pasha of Joannina; Part II. The Commencement of the Revolution: 1. The causes; 2. The operations of the Greek hetairists beyond the Danube; 3. The outbreak of the revolution in Greece; 4. The policy and conduct of Sultan Mahmud II; Part III. The Successes of the Greeks: 1. The establishment of Greece as an independent state; 2. The presidency of Mavrocordatos; 3. Fall of Athens, defeat of Dramali, fall of Nauplia. Volume 2: Part III. The Successes of the Greeks: 4. The condition of Greece as an independent state; Part IV. The Successes of the Turks: 1. Naval success; 2. The siege of Mesolonghi; 3. The siege of Athens; Part V. The Establishment of the Greek Kingdom: 1. Foreign intervention; 2. Presidency of Count Capodistrias; 3. Anarchy; 4. Bavarian despotism and constitutional revolution; Appendix; Index.
Written by a philhellene participant in the struggle for Greek independence, this two-volume 1861 account traces events up to 1843.