Marquis de louies gradually increased size of army

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Marquis de Louie’s, Gradually increased size of Army till in 1678 reached a total of almost 250,000 men. Credited for introducing the Bayonet Commissariat-established to feed the troops. An ambulance corps was designed to look after wounded, Law of Devolution -the property of the man who married a 2 nd time when to kids of the first marriage..**** Marie Therese, Philip of Spain first marriage. Carlos II, Succeeds Philip, this was his son nearest aires were descendants of Louie XIV War of Devolution- Based on matters of private property. Served as an excuse for Louie’s aggression. The Triple Alliance- was made of based on King Louie’s military moves. Made by the Dutch which joined with England and Sweden. Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle (1668) – King Louie was forced to renounce his claim of Spanish Netherlands. Treaty of west Felia, thiry year war – L'etat, - I myself am the nation c'est moi, - Zero fucks given, I myself am the state
Secret Treaty of Dover, - treaty signed by England and France at Dover on June 1670, it required that Charles the II of England would convert to the Roman Catholic Church and assist Louis XIV with 60 Wars Ships to help and 4000 soldiers in France’s war of conquest against the Dutch republic. Louie paid Charles a secret subsidy 200,000 pounds a year to not have to go to parliament. Restoration of England had 4 primary groups. The Anglicans, the Dissenters, Squirachy, Merchant-Trading class. Anglicans -beliefs of the “Roman Catholic Church” elements Dissenters - shared a common fear with Anglicans of the Catholics. Squirarchy -Land elite, independent, supported the crown but opposed absolute monarchy. Also supported the church of England. Merchant-trading class – this class is where the future lies. Supported parliament. Didn’t really trust King Charles. Entrepreneur – Among the Merchant trading class, someone who founds and runs a company. The Duke of Marlboro , England’s greatest Military leader ever produced. Never lost a war. Chambers of reunion , King Louie put together committee to search for old records of lands he had acquired. Declaration of Indulgence – was Charles II of Englands attempt to extend religious liberty to protestant nonconformist and Roman Catholics in his realms, by suspending the execution of Penal Laws that punished recusants from the Church of England. Test Act – passed by parliament, agreed that all holders of political and military powers. Have to receive the holy right of Anglican. Made to prevent a catholic from taking the throne or power in any manner. James -
Duke of York (James II), was King of England and Ireland as James II and King of Scotland as James VII from FEB 6,1685 until he was deposed in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. The last roman catholic monarch of England, Scotland and Ireland, his reign is now remembered primarily for the struggles over religious tolerance.

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