This book assesses how and to what extent the governments of Cardinal Mazarin and Louis XIV controlled the Parlement of Paris in the two decades after the civil wars known as the Fronde
This book assesses how and to what extent the governments of Cardinal Mazarin and Louis XIV controlled the Parlement of Paris in the two decades after the civil wars known as the Fronde. The history of this prestigious court of law bears directly on the broader issue of the growth of royal absolutism. Few historians have examined the resurgence of royal authority after the Fronde from the vantage point of traditional institutions, and no other scholarly work deals extensively with the activities of Parlement during this controversial period. This study reveals the methods, achievements, and.
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Albert N. Hamscher, The Parlement of Paris after the Fronde, 1653-1673, Londres, Feffer and Simons (Univ. of Pittsburgh Press), 1978, 270 p. Christian Jouhaud.
The Parlement of Paris after the Fronde 1653-1673.
Third, the study is based on archival sources throughout France. This comprehensive approach permits the identification of elements of a common experience without sacrificing attention to important aspects of regional diversity. The Parlement of Paris after the Fronde 1653-1673. Published 1976 by University of Pittsburgh Press in . Written in English. Parlement (Paris), History, Politics and government. Bibliography: p. 247-265.
The Fronde (French pronunciation: ) was a series of civil wars in France between 1648 and 1653, occurring in the midst of the Franco-Spanish War, which had begun in 1635. King Louis XIV confronted the combined opposition of the princes, the nobility, the law courts (parlements), and most of the French people, and yet won out in the end. The dispute started when the government of France issued seven fiscal edicts, six of which were to increase taxation.