Richelieu and the councillors of Louis 13 a study of the secretaries of state and superintendents of finance in the ministry of Richelieu, 1635-1642. by Orest A Ranum

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  • Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, -- duc de, -- 1585-1642,
  • France -- Politics and government -- 1610-1643

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The chapters and extracts in this edition are particularly interesting for his views on the conduct of the King, the requirements of royal councillors and the arrangements of the royal household/5(3). Victor - L. Tapie FRANCE IN THE AGE OF LOUIS XIII AND RICHELIEU 1st Edition 1st Printing Hardcover New York Praeger Publishers Near Fine in a Very Good+ dust jacket.

Soiling on back panel. Slight edge Rating: % positive. Louis XIII (27 September 14 May ) reigned as King of France and Navarre from to Richelieu and the councillors of Louis 13 book with his First Minister Cardinal Richelieu, Louis "the Just" is remembered for the establishment of the Académie française and participation in the Thirty Years' War against the House of Habsburg.

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“Hill has prepared an excellent translation of the more important parts of the Political Testament; his notes are Richelieu and the councillors of Louis 13 book, concise, informative, and accurate, and his short introduction will provide students who wish to delve into the French original with an indication of the road that is open to them.&#.&#.&#.&#; Offers a window to the mind of the redoubtable.

Orest A. Ranum, Richelieu and the Councillors of Louis XIII:A Study of the Secretaries of State and Superintendents of Finance in the Ministry of Richelieu (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ).

ISBN: Find in a Library Recommended by Virginia De Marce; History — Germany. Email Beth Murphy Phone: () Fax: () Address: City Hall, Room Market Street St. Louis, Mo Ranum, Orest A., Richelieu and the Councillors of Louis XIII: A Study of the Secretaries of State and Superintendents of Finance in the Ministry of Richelieu, – (Oxford, ), ch.

Louis XIII was born on Septem at Château de Fontainebleau to King Henry IV of France and his second queen Marie de' Medici. The couple had six children, out of which Louis was the eldest. Consequently, Louis became the Dauphin of France at birth. Although Henry’s first marriage ended childless Louis had numerous half brothers and.

Claude de Bullion (13 October – 22 December ) was a French aristocrat and politician who served as a Minister of Finance under Louis XIII from to He was a close ally of Cardinal Richelieu.

Life and career. He became a lawyer at the Parliament of Paris in and an advisor in Inhe became Maître des Requêtes, and in he joined the Born: 13 October The Trois-Rivières City Council (in French: Conseil municipal de Trois-Rivières) is the governing body for the mayor–council government in the city of Trois-Rivières, in the Mauricie region of Quebec, Canada.

Very recently, I have moved backward in time to Louis XIII and Cardinal Richelieu. Reading this book was challenging at first because of the depth of Professor Tapie's analysis.

He works in the effects of the economic recessions or crop harvests on /5(2). Louis XIV's attempt to make France Catholic by destroying Hugenot churches and schools, causing a mass emigration of skilled artisans. Versailles Louis XIV's grand palace, where he established his court and which he used to centralize the French government.

ISBN ; ISBN Review by Paul Sonnino, University of California, Santa Barbara. The principal thesis of this book, as the author Madeleine Haehl states, is that the reign of Louis XIII and the ministry of Richelieu, just like the preceding reigns of Henry III and IV, mark “étapes décisives.

Full text of "Richelieu: a tale of France in the reign of King Louis XIII" See other formats. The best biography on Louis XIV I've read to date is written by Jean-Christian Petitfils - louis xvi: Jean-Christian Petitfils - but, unfortunately, it's in French.

As Louis XIIIs chief minister, Cardinal Richelieu was most successful in strengthening the central role of the monarchy in domestic and foreign policy The Fronde Louis XIV restructured the administration of the French government by All of the following.

Louis XIII/ Cardinal Richelieu By Ashley Bruton and Matthew Trinh Thanks for watching Major wars During King Louis XIII reign there was only one major war to talk about, the Thirty Years' War.

The Thirty Years' War was a war throughout Europe, fought between the different. Beginning date Note Translation of: La France de Louis XIII et de Richelieu.

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Full text of "The economic policies of Richelieu" See other formats. Richelieu and the Councillors of Louis XIII: A Study of the Secretaries of State and Superintendants of Finance in the Ministry of Richelieu (Oxford, ),   Louis XIV even had the nobles vying for the privilege of dressing him in the mornings, from his underwear to his shoes, and attending to the royal person in a dozen other silly ways.

The emphasis shifted from potentially overthrowing the king and establishing a new dynasty, and concentrated on having access to the king and being able to. Richelieu had introduced a young man named Henri Coiffier de Ruzé, Marquis of Cinq-Mars, to Louis, hoping Louis would take Cinq-Mars as a lover.

The cardinal believed Cinq-Mars was easy to control. Instead, the marquis tried to convince the king to have Richelieu executed, and when Cinq-Mars took matters into his own hands, Richelieu had him. This idea of fidelities influenced Ranum’s book Richelieu and the Councillors of Louis XIII.

A Study of the Secretaries of State and Superintendents of Finance in the Ministry of Richelieupublished in France in with a preface by R. Mousnier. 16 This was already a social history of institutions analysing the administrative Cited by: 5.

The treaty richelieu made with the Huguenots Peace of Alais. Chief minister of France is Colbert. Sheme to blow up parliament gunpowder plot. French Civil war la Fronde. _____ Statute of artificers.

The treaty richelieu made with the Huguenots Le traité de la Rochelle. I advise you to read this blog on Richelieu and the. For Richelieu's involvement in campaigns to destroy the reputation of Louis XIII's first favourite, Luynes: S. Kettering, Power and Reputation at the Court of Louis XIII (Manchester, ), especially ch.

9, ‘The anti-Luynes campaign’; W. Church, Richelieu and Reason of State (Princeton, ), part 5, ‘Design for immortality’; O.

Ranum, Artisans of Glory: Writers and Author: Joseph Bergin. - Cardinal Armand Richelieu was the chief minister of Louis XIII. He spent 18 years trying to strengthen France's central government.

He wanted to destroy the power of Huguenots and nobles, two groups that did not now to royal authority. He destroyed the walls of the cities or Huguenots and the noble's fortified castles while still giving them high royal positions in court.

Louis XIV's Birth. Family tree of Louis XIV Louis XIII and Anne of Austria () had been married on 24 November and up till they had only had miscarriages. When her pregnancy became known in it of course sparked the hopes of the nation for a regular succession to the kingdom.

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Casualties were overwhelmingly and disproportionately inhabitants of the Holy Roman Empire, most of the rest being battle Location: Central Europe. Accordingly, Louis often, “delighted in forcing everyone to defer to him.” [12] Further, as one author notes, the king’s respect for Richelieu derived to a large extent, “from the latter’s ability to pay Louis proper respect,” and to force the king’s subjects to do the same.

[13]. From this moment on untilLouis XIII, the Queen Mother and her créature, Richelieu, formed a triumvirate: a kind of government in which Marie de Médicis and the Cardinal were the principal advisors to the king. Over the years, Richelieu slowly distanced himself from Marie de : Caroline Maillet-Rao.

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For these reasons, Richelieu not only fostered Théophraste Renaudot's Gazette but also employed numerous scholars, poets, and mere hacks to explain and justify royal policy and to exalt the image of Louis XIII in France and Europe.

As another of Richelieu's writers put it: "Arms uphold the cause of Princes, but well-tempered books publicize Author: Joseph Klaits.Society and Government in France under Richelieu and Mazarin, –61 Richard Bonney (auth.) Year: Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK.

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