3 edition of rise of the Dutch republic found in the catalog.
rise of the Dutch republic
John Lothrop Motley
|Statement||by John Lothrop Motley.|
|LC Classifications||DH186.5 .M7 1883a|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||16001716|
The fact, for example, that Dutch publishers were able to sell their cheap reprints of French literary works or Italian musical compositions in Scandinavia or Russia, did not necessarily damage the interests of the original publishers, as they had no market there. In about half of the material households described in these inventories, books are absent. During the Anglo-French Warthe internal territory was divided into two groups: the Patriots, who were pro-French and pro-American, and the Orangists, who were pro-British. One of the cities that received them with open arms was Leiden, home of the first university of the Dutch Republic. Moreover, it was easy to hide behind a facade of false imprints — the most famous one being "A CologneChez Pierre Du Marteau" — and antedated years of publication, or to use worn-out type, making identification of the printer very difficult.
We'll be glad to help. Please enter 5 or 9 numbers for the ZIP Code. Dutch publishers were eager to fill the voids left by their colleagues abroad. It is unnecessary to add that all the publications of M. Many families were also able to send their children to secondary education, at the Latin and French schools which proliferated all over the country.
The author's respect for the people of the Netherlands and their triumphs as a nation can be detected in his writing, like a love letter to the Dutch republic. As the schemes of the Inquisition and the unparalleled tyranny of Philip, in one century, led to the establishment of the Republic of the United Provinces, so, in the next, the revocation of the Nantes Edict and the invasion of Holland are avenged by the elevation of the Dutch stadholder upon the throne of the stipendiary Stuarts. Each book has a short inscription on one of the blank pages in the front of the book. Because of the extensive Dutch foreign trade networknews from all over the globe travelled easily to the Dutch Republic, where it was converted into print.
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The Union of Utrecht ofthe founding contract of the United Provinces, as the Dutch Republic was officially called between andis often seen as an abrupt break with the past; it assumes a quite different significance, however, when looked at against the backcloth of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
Another series, with less attention to minute details, and carrying the story through a longer range of years, will paint the progress of the Republic in its palmy days, and narrate the establishment of its external system of dependencies and its interior combinations for self-government and European counterpoise.
It prided itself for being open to everyone rise of the Dutch republic book could read, but did not have the means to buy books. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification eg. In the library was almost doubled in size by the acquisition of the large collection of the polymath Isaac Vossius —which included important books and manuscripts that originally belonged to the library of Queen Christina of Sweden —whom Vossius had briefly served as librarian.
He wrote a popular three-volume history recognized by scholars. I have only to add that this work is the result of conscientious researches, and of an earnest desire to arrive at the truth. This period is known as the " Spanish Fury " due to the high number of horrific massacres, instances of mass looting, and total destruction of multiple cities between and One of the pioneers was the learned rabbi of rise of the Dutch republic book Portuguese synagogue in Amsterdam, Menasseh Ben Israel —who between and printed well over seventy books in Hebrew and Spanish, both religious texts and scholarly works.
Pieter Geyl, the first historian to see clearly that there was no such rise of the Dutch republic book as a 'specifically Northern consciousness', or Dutch national awareness, separate from that of the south, before the Revolt, was incontestably right on that point, but seemed to be correct also in the further conclusion he drew--that the outcome of the Revolt was rise of the Dutch republic book accident, with no roots in the past, which destroyed a greater unity.
Itself an organized protest against ecclesiastical tyranny and universal empire, the Republic guarded with sagacity, at many critical periods in the world's history, that balance of power which, among civilized states, ought always to be identical with the scales of divine justice.
Von Weber, Ministerial-rath and Head of the Royal Archives of Saxony, for the courtesy and kindness extended to me so uniformly during the course of my researches in that city. At this point these volumes close. John Lathropproduct of an old and distinguished line of Massachusetts clergymen.
Although the States General, and in its wake the provincial States, regularly issued decrees and proclamations against the publication of texts that were deemed seditiousblasphemous or otherwise harmful to the state and the public interest, such works could still appear without much difficulty. Larger collections of up to fifty titles are rare, big libraries of a couple of hundred books even rarer.
Although historians like the orthodox Protestant Guillaume Groen van Prinsterer whom Motley extensively quotes in his work viewed him very favorably,[ citation needed ] the eminent liberal Dutch historian Robert Fruin who was inspired by Motley to do some of his own best work,[ citation needed ] and who had reported already in in the Westminster Review Motley's edition on the Rise of the Dutch Republic[ citation needed ] was critical of Motley's tendency to make up "facts" if they made for a good story.
Hardcover book's covers are intact, books have edge and corner wear, corners bumped and worn through. Their publications, including innovative genres such as scholarly journals and newspapersare mainly in French and written and edited by prominent Huguenot intellectuals. But books were printed all over the Netherlands, in The Hague, the centre of national government, as well as in the provincial capitals such as MiddelburgZwolle and Leeuwarden ; in industrial towns like DelftHaarlem and Alkmaar and in sea ports such as Vlissingen FlushingRotterdamMaassluisEnkhuizen and Harlingen ; and of course in the university cities Leiden, FranekerGroningenUtrecht and Harderwijk.
The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. During the last decades of the century, for instance, booksellers in Amsterdam, Leiden and Rotterdam acted on behalf of booksellers in London specialized in the so-called "Latin trade", the import of scholarly and scientific books.
This new state, officially founded inhad its origin in the revolt of the increasingly Protestant Low Countries against their autocratic Catholic overlord Philip II —king of Spain [ ].Ned enters the service of the Prince as a volunteer, and is employed by him in many dangerous missions, in the discharge of which he passes through the great sieges of the time.
Unabridged MP3-CD; approximately 11 hours 58 minutes. By Pike and Dyke: William the Silent and the Rise of the Dutch Republic ()Format: Audiobookformat. The Rise of the Dutch Republic: A History. Title: The Rise of the Dutch Republic: A History: Author: Motley, John Lothrop, Note: 3 volumes; New York: Harper and Bros., Link: Volume I: page images at HathiTrust: Look for editions of this book at your library, or elsewhere.
Sep 27, · "The Rise of the Dutch Republic" takes its title from the book by John Lothrop Motley and is to be a one-movement symphony dedicated to Johan de Witt, Grand-Pensionary of the Dutch Republic from toone of the greatest statesmen of his time.The United Pdf of the Pdf, or simply United Provinces (officially the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands), and commonly referred to historiographically as the Dutch Republic, was a federal republic formally established from the formal creation of a federal state in by several Dutch provinces—seceded from Spanish rule—until the Batavian Revolution of Capital: The Hague (de facto).The Download pdf Republic: Its Rise, Greatness, and Fall, In this book, Johnathan Israel gives the definitive account of the emergence of the United Provinces as a great power, and explains the subsequent decline in the eighteenth century.
He places the thought, politics, religion, and social developments of the Golden Age in their.Dutch Republic (–), state whose area comprised approximately that of the present Ebook of the Netherlands and which achieved a position of world power in the 17th century. Learn more about the history and significance of the Dutch Republic in this article.