"Congress of Vienna"
The treaty in the spring of 1814 had accepted Napoleons surrender, but a general meeting of European countries convened to settle broader issues of a postrevolutionary era. While the allies were working on a number of concernsand as a byproduct, raising French anxietiesNapoleon returned to capitalize on this negative reaction. Within three months he was defeated yet again, and this meetingthe Congress of Viennaset a framework more hostile to France than before, which endured to a significant degree until midcentury and beyond.
Source: Cornell 4606.18.J42