My dear Godson

My dear Godson - My dear Godson I was so glad to have heard...

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My dear Godson, I was so glad to have heard from you, it has be such a long time. I am honored that you wanted to seek my opinion on what type of monarch you should be, and I can only explain this to you by telling you about my country, and that should lead me to clarifying what type of ruler u should be. France had started out just provinces in the beginning and not a unified country, there was always unstably between the nobles and the kings of that time, and as well as region conflicts between the Huguenots and the Catholics. Within all the Turmoil Henry IV, a noble, rose to power. Henry was a Huguenot himself but he had decided that “Paris was worth a mass” and converted to Catholism. He realized that he had to change the French attitude and he tried to do that by under cutting the power of the nobles, and as well as passing the Edict of Nantes, which allowed the Huguenots to practice their religion freely. Henry knew that France was to big for just one person to rule so he decided to have a first minster and he choose Du De Sully. Du De Sully tried to change
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2010 for the course OT 450 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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