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An historical account of the antient parliaments of France, or States-General of the kingdom. In fourteen letters. Shewing The Quality of the Members that composed those Assemblies; the Form of their Deliberations and Proceedings; the vast Extent of their Power; their most celebrated Judgments; the Characters of the Princes that called them, from Charlemagne to Louis XI. and the several perfidious Artifices and Steps of the French Kings and their Ministers, for gradually reducing the Nation from a Plenitude of Liberty, to its present State of Servitude and Slavery. To which is added, A Chronological Abridgment of the History of France, under the Reigns of the Kings of the First Race. Vol. I. The whole written in French by that accurate and faithful historian the Count de Boulainvilliers, The Merit of whose Works has caused them to be prohibited in France. And now translated for the Use and Instruction of such British Lovers of Liberty, as cannot read the Original: by Charles Forman, Esq;
London: Printed for J. Brindley in New-Bond-Street, Bookseller to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, 1739.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Robert Crommeline||Volume 1||2/17/1801||2/18/1801||Ancient Parl France|
|Peter Van Tuyl||Volume 1||5/29/1802||7/15/1802||4/2||Ant. P. France|
|Peter Van Tuyl||Volume 2||7/15/1802||8/26/1802||3/6||"|