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eBook Foreign Intelligence and Information in Elizabethan England: Volume 25: Two English Treatises on the State of France, 1580-1584 (Camden Fifth Series) ePub

by David Potter

  • ISBN: 0521847249
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: David Potter
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (April 25, 2005)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1255 kb
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This volume assembles hitherto unpublished English writings in French on France, and especially its nobility, during the 1580s, a key period for understanding the final crisis of the War of Religion. They contain information on the political dispositions of the leading royal officials and on the lineage 'alliances' and the properties of a vast number of French noblemen in the provinces.

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English ng in the Early 1580s. Both were drafted in the milieu of the English embassy in Paris to provide the English government with a ready source of information about the French nobility and the provincial power structure. Potter has provided extensive annotations explaining the individuals, families, and terminology in both texts.

This volume assembles hitherto unpublished English writings in French on France, and especially its nobility, during the 1580s, a key period for understanding the final crisis of the War of Religion. They contain information on the political dispositions of the leading royal officials and on the lineage 'alliances' and the properties of a vast number of French noblemen in the provinces

Foreign Intelligence and Information in Elizabethan England: Two English Treatises on the State of France, 1580–1584, ed. D. Potter, Camden Fifth Series, 25 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004).

Foreign Intelligence and Information in Elizabethan England: Two English Treatises on the State of France, 1580–1584, ed. Potter, Camden Fifth Series, 25 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), 1–21. 14. L. F. Parmelee, Good Newes from Fraunce: French Anti-League Propaganda in Late Elizabethan England (Rochester and Woodbridge: Rochester University Press, 1996), 27–51;Google Scholar. C. Giry-Deloison, France and Elizabethan England, TRHS, 14 (2004): 223–42.

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Publishes English writings in French on France, and especially its nobility, during the 1580s.

This item appears on. List: HI388: Religious Conflict and Civil War in France c1560-1600 (Venice Stream).

David Potter, Foreign Intelligence and Information in the Elizabethan England:Two English Treatises on the State of France, 1580-1584, Vol. 25, Camden Fifth Series, (Cambridge University Press, 2004), 65 note51. Knecht, Francis I, Cambridge University Press, 1982. David Potter, Foreign Intelligence and Information in the Elizabethan England:Two English Treatises on the State of France, 1580-1584, Cambridge University Press, 2004. Family of Jeanne d'Angoulême.

On the eve of Henri IV’s assassination in May 1610 the duke of Sully, the king’s most powerful minister, seemed invincible. Less than a year later he tendered the queen regent, Marie de Medici, his two most important offices, thus ending his political career. In his memoirs Sully claimed he resigned on principle and blamed his enemies for turning Marie against him. These claims have been accepted by most historians.

This volume assembles hitherto unpublished English writings in French on France, and especially its nobility, during the 1580s, a key period for understanding the final crisis of the War of Religion. They contain information on the political dispositions of the leading royal officials and on the lineage 'alliances' and the properties of a vast number of French noblemen in the provinces. Robert Cecil, son of Elizabeth's minister Burghley, was certainly involved in their composition, which seems to have been written by those involved in English missions to France in the early 1580s.