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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THE AGE OF LOUIS
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
Movement for reunion of Churches efforts of Leibniz Bossuet and Spinola page 1456
6
Emergence of concept of the natural right of the individual and of the sovereignty
19
Lockes conception of the English constitution his influence in the eighteenth
26
Colbert and the taille the monthly assessment and hearthtax in England
31
Control of flow of precious metals across frontiers
37
Transition period in status of New England colonies
336
Proprietary charter for Carolina
344
SPAIN AND HER EMPIRE
369
PHILOSOPHY
382
CHAPTER XVI
384
Junta dos Três Estados
391
CHAPTER XVII
398
THE EMPIRE AFTER THE THIRTY YEARS
430

Colberts development of textile and other industries
43
Intercommunication between European scientists
53
slow realisation of their significance
60
Varieties of Cartesianism and rival systems page
79
Problems of taxonomy the work of John
86
importance of his general conception of advancement of learning
88
CHAPTER V
96
Principle of the sovereignty of the people foreshadowed
102
Modification of theory in Tractatus politicus 1089
110
CHAPTER VI
122
Limitation of wealth and power of the Spanish Church despite religious fervour 1279
129
The conflict over the régale temporelle and régale spirituelle
135
Acts against the Huguenots Edict of Fontainebleau
141
CHAPTER VII
149
Italian individualists
155
Garden and townplanning
163
The arts in postRestoration England
169
Reaction against the international classicism imposed by French Academy led
175
CHAPTER VIII
176
Connection between nobility and Church 1834
184
Position of the Church
190
Centralised government in the German principalities
196
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
His relations with his ministers his personal government in theory and practice
235
His mercantilist theories
241
CHAPTER XI
248
73
256
Ballet de cour developing into opera
264
CHAPTER XII
275
Growing influence of Orangist regents
281
Williams attitude to FrancoSpanish war of 1683 Truce of Ratisbon
297
Provision for Charless revenue causes of his later financial independence 3034
304
Declaration of Indulgence third AngloDutch War
311
Britains brief experience of a continental political régime
318
By J LOUGH Professor of French in the Durham Colleges
325
CHAPTER IV
330
Struggle between French and English in West Indies during second AngloDutch
458
Political stagnation and population loss resulting from Thirty Years
466
CHAPTER XX
474
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
His achievements
509
Christian rulers aid to Austria Leopolds alliance with John Sobieski
514
Burden of taxation popular unrest dissension among Estates 5201
521
Social prestige and acquisition of offices
525
Peace with Poland and Russia Sweden at zenith of her power
527
Sentence passed on members of regency government Charles given unlimited
533
Caroline absolutism until the Great Northern
540
Accession of Frederick III no further territorial gains
556
Poland Ukraine and Russia after armistice of Andrusovo perpetual peace 5756
576
Lands of the Crown of St Wenceslas Bohemia a testingground for centralised
577
English legal procedure
585
Nikons attempt to elevate ecclesiastical over secular power
593
Religious tolerance in the United Provinces
594
Effects of depopulation in Bavaria
595
Lack of French support for Talon intendant of Canada
597
Common law function of the Commons in Parliament
600
757
602
Coincidence of de Witts régime and slowing down of economic development
603
Measures against Nonconformists
604
Expansion after 1650
605
Fénelon 26970
606
Expeditions by French furtraders and missionaries
609
Preoccupation of France Holland and England with question of the naval salute 2012
611
Consolidation of de Witts party influence in other provinces
612
National and universal trends in Leibnizs philosophy 11516
615
789
618
Trouble over Spanish and Portuguese papal grants dispute with Rome over
622
Unsuccessful French war against Iroquois
623
ty the Academiae
624
His foreign policy
627
Beginnings of study of comparative linguistics
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