The Development of the French Monarchy Under Louis VI., Le Gros, 1108-1137 (Google eBook)

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University of Chicago Press, 1895 - France - 113 pages
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Page 1 - I will take the opportunity of issuing an edition of the complete work, to speak somewhat more particularly of the object with which it was undertaken. M. Thierry remarks very truly that every people has two histories, — the one interior, national and domestic, the other exterior. The former he goes on to describe as the history of its laws and institutions, and its political changes, — in one word, of its action upon itself; the latter he refers to the action of the people upon others, and the...
Page x - WAUTERS. — Les libertés communales. Essai sur leur origine et leurs premiers développements en Belgique, dans le nord de la France et sur les bords du Rhin, par Alphonse Wauters, archiviste de la ville de Bruxelles.
Page 25 - Tunc ergo communitas in Francia popularis statuta est a praesulibus, ut presbyteri comitarentur regi ad obsidionem vel pugnam cum vexillis et parochianis omnibus (2).
Page 44 - Francorum, in pleno capitulo beati Dionysii professus est se ab eo habere, et jure signiferi, si rex non esset. hominium ei debere...
Page 38 - Parisiensis ecclesiae illi scilicet qui proprie ad canonicos pertinent, adversus omnes homines tam liberos quam servos, in omnibus causis, placitis et negotiis, liberam et perfectam habeant testificandi et bellandi licentiam, et nemo unquam, servitutis occasionem eis opponens, in eorum testimonio ullam dare presumat calumpniam. Hac...
Page 20 - Anglorum thesaurorum profusor mirabilisque militum mercator et solidator, iste peculii expers, patri qui benefitiis regni utebatur parcendo, sola bone indolis industria militiam cogebat, audacter resistebat2. Videres juvenem celerrimum modo Bituricensium, modo Alvernorum, modo Burgundiorum...
Page 106 - Willelmo sibi in consulem. Sed aliud est prorsus quod ex cognatione debetur, aliud vero quod antiqua predecessorum Flandriœ consulum traditione ac justitia examinalur instituía » (Galbert, p. 152-3). Brugeois...
Page 106 - Flandriae si d sine herede aut cum herede obiisset*. Terrae compares et cives proximum comitatus heredem eligendi habent potestatem , et in ipso comitatu sublimandi possident libertatem. Pro jure ergo terrarum, quas in feodum tenuerit/ a rege, cum obierit consul, pro codem feodo dabit successor comitis armaturam tantummodo regi 2.
Page 22 - Francie unanimiter convenerunt et assensu publico firmaverunt ut, a primo die maii in posterum, ita sit defeodalibus tenementis : quicquid tenetur de domino ligie vel alio modo, si contigerit per successionem heredum vel quocumque alio modo divisionem inde fieri...
Page 106 - Terrae compares et cives proximum comitatus heredem eligendi habent potestatem, et in ipso comitatu sublimandi possident libertatem. Pro jure ergo terrarum, quas in feodum tenuerit a rege, cum obierit consul, pro eodem feodo dabit successor comitis armaturam tantummodo regi. Nihil ulterius debet consul terrae Flandriae regi Franciae, neque rex habet rationem aliquam, ut potestative seu per coemptionem seu per pretium nobis superponat consulem, aut aliquem preferat.

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