"The Revolution of 1830" is a historical novel written by Hendrik Conscience, a Belgian author. The novel is set in Brussels during the summer of 1830, when the Belgian Revolution took place and resulted in the separation of Belgium from the Netherlands. The novel follows the lives of several characters, including a young lawyer named Charles de Brabant, who becomes involved in the revolutionary movement. The novel is known for its vivid portrayal of the events leading up to the revolution and its aftermath, including the establishment of the Belgian monarchy. "The Revolution of 1830" was first published in 1856 and is considered one of Conscience's most important works.