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Class and State in Ancien Regime France

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        PublishersTaylor & Francis Group
        LC Classifications2014
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        Paginationxvi, 60 p. :
        Number of Pages44
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The lives of the children were closely linked to the administration of their heritage: when both their mothers and fathers were dead, another relative took charge of the guardianship and often removed the children from a stepparent's home, thus separating half-siblings. From the perspective of France's enemies, the notion of France gaining enormous strength by taking over Spain and all its European and overseas possessions was anathema.

was able to ascend to the throne only after abjuring Protestantism. While they did not directly manage the religious life of the faithful parish priests did thatmonks did constitute a motivating force in it through their setting up of a parish clergy, providing alms and social services, and playing the role of intercessors.

Since early 18th century, a bill needed the approval of at least three Estates to pass, and constitutional amendments required the approval of all Estates.

Bordeaux was next, with only 20,000 population in 1500. London's financial system proved strikingly competent in funding not only the British Army but also its allies. However, the king had only about 10,000 officials in royal service: very few indeed for such a large country and with very slow internal communications over an inadequate road system. See also pages 294-95, 300-1.