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Printed Propaganda under Louis XIV: Absolute Monarchy and Public Opinion Book Description: In the late seventeenth century the role of printed propaganda in manipulating public consciousness became increasingly explicit, and governments developed systematic controls over the printed word. John A. Lynn, Giant of the Grand Siècle: The French Army – (Cambridge, ); David Parrott, Richelieu’s Army: War, Government and Society in France, – (Cambridge, ); Guy Rowlands, The Dynastic State and the Army under Louis XIV: Royal Service and Private Interest, – (Cambridge, ). Although these three.
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The Intendant As A Political Agent Under Louis Xiv. [FACSIMILE] [Johnson, Allen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Intendant As A Political Agent Under Louis Xiv. [FACSIMILE]. UNDER LOUIS XIV. 45 the government appears in a note from the hand of Colbert: "Dans la n6cessit6 pr^sente ou le roy est de fortifier les chiourmes des ses galeres, c'est une bonne nouvelle pour Sa Majeste qu'il y eust trente bons formats dans la conciergerie de Rennes "* It frequently fell to the lot of the intendant, as the most facile agent.
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Intendant, administrative official under the ancien régime in France who served as an agent of the king in each of the provinces, or about untilthe intendancies were the chief instrument used to achieve administrative unification and centralization under the French monarchy.
The origin of the office of intendant remains obscure, and no document. An intendant (French: intendant [ɛ̃.tɑ̃.dɑ̃], Portuguese and Spanish: intendente) was and sometimes still is a usually public official, especially in France, Spain, Portugal, and Latin America.
The intendancy system was a centralizing administrative system developed in France. When France won the War of the Spanish Succession and the House of Bourbon was. The intendant as a political agent under Louis XIV By Allen Johnson. Johnson, Allen [ Book, Thesis: ].
Louis XIV’s domestic policy was to transform XIV built on Louis XIII’s policy of extending absolute royal rule (centralised absolutism) to all parts of the was the archetypal absolutist monarch. Aided by politicians such as Jean-Baptiste Colbert, and more especially, Jules Mazarin, Louis stamped his rule on his kingdom.
The book explains the development of the army between the end of Cardinal Mazarin's ministry and the outbreak of the War of the Spanish Succession, emphasising the awareness of Louis XIV and his ministers of the need to pay careful attention to the condition of the king's officers, and to take account of their military, political, social and.
MEGABOOKS CZ, spol. s r. - zahraniční literatura. Výhradní distributor Oxford University Press. Jean-Baptiste Colbert, French statesman who served as comptroller general of finance (–83) and secretary of state for the navy (–83) under King Louis XIV of France.
He carried out the program of economic reconstruction that helped make France the dominant power in Europe. The key difference was personal, since Colbert was an intelligent and capable politician who enjoyed the king’s entire confidence, whereas in Louis XIV placed the conduct of both war and finance under Michael Chamillart, and Rowlands convincingly and pitilessly dissects quite how unequal he was to its burdens.
Johnson then finished his Ph.D. at Columbia University under James Harvey Robinson, with a dissertation entitled The Intendant as a Political Agent under Louis XIV (). Johnson began teaching history at Iowa College (now Grinnell College) in He left in to teach history and political science at Bowdoin College.
Intendant. A government agent who collected taxes and administered justice under Louis XIV. Jean Baptiste Colbert. Minister of finance under Louis XIV who strengthened French commerce. War of the Spanish Succession. Struggle that ensued when England, Austria, the Dutch republic, Portugal, and others joined together to prevent the union of the.
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Parlements and political crisis in France under Louis XV: the Besançon affair, –* Vol Issue 4; 19 It is true that in Provence the offices of intendant and of first president were in the same hands.
However, this was an established tradition and the incumbent was always a local man and not an outsider like Bourgeois de. The essential agent of royal power, the intendant of justice, police and finance, was introduced there inand it was around this new institution that the complex play of the forces of change and those of conservatism took place.
when the wars which had gone on almost continuously along the Rhine throughout Louis XIV’s reign came to. Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV by Francis Parkman Part 2 out of 7. homepage; Index of Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV; Previous part (1) Next part (3) The intendant ordered Migeon, bailiff of Montreal, to arrest some of Perrot's _coureurs de bois_.
Perrot at once arrested the bailiff, and. The intendant was a very, very big step toward exercising more royal control over the country.
Tax Farmers and the Royal Army. These intendants acted as the chief royal agents in most local areas and districts, and they had a number of important jobs.
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