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Henry IV and the Towns : The Pursuit of Legitimacy in French Urban Society, 1589-1610.

By: Series: Cambridge Studies in Early Modern HistoryPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999Copyright date: ©1999Description: 1 online resource (238 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9780511149405
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Henry IV and the Towns : The Pursuit of Legitimacy in French Urban Society, 1589–1610DDC classification:
  • 944.031092
LOC classification:
  • DC122.3 .F56 1999
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Illustrations -- FIGURES -- PLANS -- MAPS -- Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1 France in the 1580s and 1590s -- ECONOMIC AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CRISES -- URBAN DISCONTENT AND THE CATHOLIC LEAGUE'S DISINTEGRATION -- 2 Brokering clemency in 1594: the case of Amiens -- THE ROYALIST CLIENTS IN AMIENS: THE LOUVENCOURT NETWORK -- THE CATHOLIC LEAGUE CLIENTS IN AMIENS: THE LE ROY NETWORK -- AMIENS'S CAPITULATION TO HENRY IV IN 1594 -- CAPTURING A TOWN FROM WITHIN: HENRY IV AND URBAN CLIENTAGE -- 3 Henry IV's ceremonial entries: the remaking of a king -- HENRY IV'S ROYAL ENTRY INTO ABBEVILLE -- ROYAL ENTRIES AND THEIR PLACE IN THE RECONCILIATION PROCESS -- CONCLUSION: HENRY IV'S ROYAL ENTRIES -- 4 Henry IV and municipal franchises in Catholic League towns -- POLICING MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS -- ELECTORAL SCANDAL AND CROWN INTERVENTION -- LEAVING TOWNS ALONE -- DECREASING THE SIZE OF URBAN GOVERNMENTS -- THE EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF AMIENS -- CONCLUSION HENRY IV AND FORMER CATHOLIC LEAGUE TOWNS -- 5 Henry IV and municipal franchises in royalist and Protestant towns -- THE ROYALI ST TOWNS -- SWEARING ALLEGIANCE TO HENRY IV -- ELECTION INTERFERENCE AND CROWN INTERVENTION -- THE REWARDS OF FIDELITY -- A TRADITIONAL RENAISSANCE KING -- HENRY IV AND PROTESTANT PRIVILEGE -- THE EDICT OF NANTES -- THE EDICT OF NANTES IN THE PROTESTANT TOWNS -- MONITORING THE PROTESTANT TOWNS -- THE PRIVILEGES OF LA ROCHELLE -- CONCLUS ION HENRY IV AND HIS MUNICIPAL ALLIES -- 6 Clientage and clemency: the making of municipal officials -- THE SOCIAL BACKGROUND OF MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS -- HENRY IV AND THE MAGISTERIAL ELITE -- SELECTING MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS -- CONCLUSION: HENRY IV AND MUNICIPAL OLIGARCHIES -- 7 Urban protest in Poitiers and Limoges: the pancarte riots.
THE SOL POUR LIVRE OR 'PANCARTE' -- THE PANCARTERIOT IN POITIERS -- THE 'PANCARTE' RIOT IN LIMOGES -- HENRY IV AND THE 'PANCARTE' -- 8 Municipal finance and debt: the case of Lyons -- TAXING THE TOWNS -- AUDITING MUNICIPAL FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS -- THE DEBT ISSUE IN LYONS: THE EDICT OF CHAUNY -- LIQUIDATING LYONS'S DEBT -- CONCLUSION: HENRY IV, SULLY, AND MUNICIPAL FINANCE -- CONCLUS ION: -- Henry IV, urban autonomy, and French absolutism -- Bibliography -- MANUSCRIPT SOURCES -- Paris -- Archives Nationales -- Bibliothèque Nationale -- Bibliothèque de l' Arsenal -- Abbeville -- Agen -- Albi -- Amiens -- Musée de Picardie -- Blois -- Châlons-sur-Marne -- Dijon -- Foix -- La Rochelle -- Limoges -- Lyons -- Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyons -- Mantes-la-jolie -- Montauban -- Nantes -- Narbonne -- Nîmes -- Poitiers -- Rennes -- Rouen -- Saint-Quentin -- Toulouse -- Archives Départémentales de l'Haute Garonne -- Tours -- United States -- PRINTED SOURCES -- SECONDARY SOURCES -- Index.
Summary: A serious study of King Henry IV's relationship with the towns of France, first published in 1999.
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Cover -- Half-title -- Series-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Illustrations -- FIGURES -- PLANS -- MAPS -- Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1 France in the 1580s and 1590s -- ECONOMIC AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CRISES -- URBAN DISCONTENT AND THE CATHOLIC LEAGUE'S DISINTEGRATION -- 2 Brokering clemency in 1594: the case of Amiens -- THE ROYALIST CLIENTS IN AMIENS: THE LOUVENCOURT NETWORK -- THE CATHOLIC LEAGUE CLIENTS IN AMIENS: THE LE ROY NETWORK -- AMIENS'S CAPITULATION TO HENRY IV IN 1594 -- CAPTURING A TOWN FROM WITHIN: HENRY IV AND URBAN CLIENTAGE -- 3 Henry IV's ceremonial entries: the remaking of a king -- HENRY IV'S ROYAL ENTRY INTO ABBEVILLE -- ROYAL ENTRIES AND THEIR PLACE IN THE RECONCILIATION PROCESS -- CONCLUSION: HENRY IV'S ROYAL ENTRIES -- 4 Henry IV and municipal franchises in Catholic League towns -- POLICING MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS -- ELECTORAL SCANDAL AND CROWN INTERVENTION -- LEAVING TOWNS ALONE -- DECREASING THE SIZE OF URBAN GOVERNMENTS -- THE EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF AMIENS -- CONCLUSION HENRY IV AND FORMER CATHOLIC LEAGUE TOWNS -- 5 Henry IV and municipal franchises in royalist and Protestant towns -- THE ROYALI ST TOWNS -- SWEARING ALLEGIANCE TO HENRY IV -- ELECTION INTERFERENCE AND CROWN INTERVENTION -- THE REWARDS OF FIDELITY -- A TRADITIONAL RENAISSANCE KING -- HENRY IV AND PROTESTANT PRIVILEGE -- THE EDICT OF NANTES -- THE EDICT OF NANTES IN THE PROTESTANT TOWNS -- MONITORING THE PROTESTANT TOWNS -- THE PRIVILEGES OF LA ROCHELLE -- CONCLUS ION HENRY IV AND HIS MUNICIPAL ALLIES -- 6 Clientage and clemency: the making of municipal officials -- THE SOCIAL BACKGROUND OF MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS -- HENRY IV AND THE MAGISTERIAL ELITE -- SELECTING MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS -- CONCLUSION: HENRY IV AND MUNICIPAL OLIGARCHIES -- 7 Urban protest in Poitiers and Limoges: the pancarte riots.

THE SOL POUR LIVRE OR 'PANCARTE' -- THE PANCARTERIOT IN POITIERS -- THE 'PANCARTE' RIOT IN LIMOGES -- HENRY IV AND THE 'PANCARTE' -- 8 Municipal finance and debt: the case of Lyons -- TAXING THE TOWNS -- AUDITING MUNICIPAL FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS -- THE DEBT ISSUE IN LYONS: THE EDICT OF CHAUNY -- LIQUIDATING LYONS'S DEBT -- CONCLUSION: HENRY IV, SULLY, AND MUNICIPAL FINANCE -- CONCLUS ION: -- Henry IV, urban autonomy, and French absolutism -- Bibliography -- MANUSCRIPT SOURCES -- Paris -- Archives Nationales -- Bibliothèque Nationale -- Bibliothèque de l' Arsenal -- Abbeville -- Agen -- Albi -- Amiens -- Musée de Picardie -- Blois -- Châlons-sur-Marne -- Dijon -- Foix -- La Rochelle -- Limoges -- Lyons -- Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyons -- Mantes-la-jolie -- Montauban -- Nantes -- Narbonne -- Nîmes -- Poitiers -- Rennes -- Rouen -- Saint-Quentin -- Toulouse -- Archives Départémentales de l'Haute Garonne -- Tours -- United States -- PRINTED SOURCES -- SECONDARY SOURCES -- Index.

A serious study of King Henry IV's relationship with the towns of France, first published in 1999.

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