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When , in 1782 , Deventer became the first city in the Republic to convene such a
representative body , in defiance of the Stadholderian Règlement , it could claim
with some reason that it was doing no more than restoring this body to its ...
There were good reasons for this apparently casual negligence . ... There was no
obvious reason why what had been good for them should not satisfy the Dutch ,
and Ducange gave Delacroix no reason for thinking it would displease them .
As long as it was meant to furnish the limited , and widely varying , requirements
of local treasuries , there was no reason at all why the customary rates of estate
duty ( the " collateraal ” ) should not have been set at 2 , 3 , 5 , and 7 per cent in ...
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An engaging account of the Batavian Republic and its struggles to modernise the administrative machinery of government while grappling with opposing federalist and unitarist forces in achieving this ... Volledige review lezen
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Most interesting book, however written in sophisticated and sometimes old English, comparing to the similar historical books from current times. Volledige review lezen
Economy Son of Office
The Dutch Republic in Its Dotage 17471780
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Patriots and Liberators: Revolution in the Netherlands, 1780-1813
Fragmentweergave - 1977