The New Cambridge Modern History: Volume 5, The Ascendancy of France, 1648-88

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F. L. Carsten
CUP Archive, 1961 - Всего страниц: 658
This volume, the sixth to be published, covers the age of Louis XIV, when France played the leading role not only in the political and military sphere, but also in culture, literature and art.
 

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CHAPTER I
1
Additional burden of primitive agricultural methods and hazards of crop failure page 2312
2
Regulations regarding the salute incidents with the Genoese page 2023
3
The standing army and its administration page 552
5
Movement for reunion of Churches efforts of Leibniz Bossuet and Spinola page 1456
6
Transition period in status of New England colonies 336
7
Peace with Poland and Russia Sweden at zenith of her power 527
9
Consolidation by Dutch Company page 421
16
Boileau 2623
262
Feminine influence during early years of Louiss reign
271
Composition and function of the States General and of the States 2767
277
Coincidence of de Witts regime and slowing down of economic development 2812
285
De Witts plan for education of William III by States of Holland 2901
291
Negotiations at Nymegen separate peace between Dutch and France opposed
296
Events leading to proclamation of Charles II as king 3012
302
Coronation and marriage of Charles 3067
308

CHAPTER II
19
Landlords and tenants
25
Indirect taxes
31
Commercial treaties 378
37
Colberts development of textile and other industries page 401
40
CHAPTER III
47
Replacement of the old conception of the natural order Newtons Philosophiae
53
Theories of combustion
60
Study of respiration and other biological questions
66
CHAPTER IV
73
Lockes conception of the English constitution his influence in the eighteenth
77
Controversy between metaphysical rationalism and empiricism
86
CHAPTER V
96
Principle of the sovereignty of the people foreshadowed
102
Pufendorf as the embodiment of the contemporary trends of political thought 11314
117
CHAPTER VI
122
Limitation of wealth and power of the Spanish Church despite religious fervour 1279
129
The conflict over the regale temporelle and regale spirituelle
135
Acts against the Huguenots Edict of Fontainebleau
141
His achievements 555
146
CHAPTER VII
149
Marattis reconciliation of Baroque and classical trends 1545
155
French artists of the preLouis XIV era 1601
161
Limitations imposed by style development of Pieter de Hooch and others 1678
169
Accession of Frederick III no further territorial gains 5556
172
Reaction against the international classicism imposed by French Academy led
175
Demographic situation and the causation of wars 1768
178
Connection between nobility and Church 1834
184
Position of the Church
190
Independent local government in and outside towns 1901
196
Preoccupation of France Holland and England with question of the naval salute 2012
202
Relations with Ottoman Empire and Barbary States eventual relaxation
203
Mazarins diplomacy peace with Spain and the recovery of Dunkirk 2089
210
Growth of German hostility to French expansion activities of Archbishop
216
CHAPTER X
222
Intermarriage between nobility and financiers 2267
229
His relations with his ministers his personal government in theory and practice
235
Feudal dues and taxes burdening peasants 2301
240
Colberts direction of finance and economics 2401
241
CHAPTER XI
248
Womens influence in society the salons 2534
256
Titus Oatess allegations
314
Distinction between the cities of London and Westminster increase in size
322
Natural resources increase in cultivation industry 3246
328
Changes in English colonial frontier after second AngloDutch War
339
Carolinas Fundamental Constitutions trouble over Navigation Acts 3456
356
SPAIN AND HER EMPIRE
369
Depression of trade 3734
375
Last years of Philip IV
381
Exports from Portugal 3867
388
CHAPTER XVII
398
English and Danish missionaries
405
Stimulus to botanical and zoological studies
411
THE ENGLISH AND DUTCH EAST INDIA COMPANIES
417
PuritanRoyalist conflicts in English settlements in India 4245
428
Problem of absorption of mercenaries critical condition of economy 4334
435
Decline of Free Imperial Cities and of towns within principalities 4401
442
Spains power in Italy opposed by that of France 4589
460
Unfriendly relations between France and the Holy See 4646
466
Louiss domination of Savoy Victor Amadeuss attempted coup detat
472
Ferdinands titles under the Crown of St Stephen the administration of Hungary 4778
481
Reconciliation efforts of Innocent XI Hungarys liberties restored by Leopold
496
Agriculture and trade 5001
502
His purge of government officials suppression of rebellion in Asia Minor 5078
508
Kara Mustafa Pasha as Grand Vizier his designs on Vienna 51213
514
Burden of taxation popular unrest dissension among Estates 5201
521
Sweden defeated by Brandenburg at Fehrbellin Danish defeat at Lund
529
Resumption of Crown lands and improved position of peasants 5335
536
CHAPTER XXIII
543
Growth of military bureaucracy acquiescence of Brandenburg nobility
549
Fredericks emulation of Louis XIV his support of the arts
557
Disruptive effect of liberum veto in the diet 5612
564
Sobieskis alliance with other Christian powers his victory at Vienna but lack
570
Clergy
581
Position of English East India Company 41819
599
English Hudsons Bay Company French activity in the area 35960
605
Fenelon 26970
606
Growing autocratic tendency after the Troubles 5856
624
The Imperial courts the Aulic Council and the Reichskammergericht 44950
627
Cossacks joining Poland under Ivan Vygovsky returning to Russia under Yury
629
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