The New Cambridge Modern History: The rise of Great Britain and Russia, 1688-1725

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CUP Archive, 1970 - History - 947 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER
1
Shrinkage of silver supply contradictory results of Succession War page 528
2
Industry linked with agriculture page 892
3
Germany page 734
4
its passing page 5645
5
Hungary and the Habsburg lands
7
Threats of Venice and Russia to the Dardanelles and Black Sea 6278
8
William orders Russell to winter there page 2489
9
Settlement of Catalan government 171517 3798o
380
Attitudes of the Maritime Powers and of the House of Habsburg 3845
388
Preliminary moves for a revised partition Tallard in London 1698 3889
394
recognized by the United Provinces and England FebruaryApril 1701
400
Marlborough and the Treaty of the Grand Alliance 7 September
406
Death of William III on 19 March declarations of war 8 April15 May
409
Effects of Williams death on the United Provinces Dutch war aims
415
AngloDutch interdict on trade with Spain and France 17034 41920
421

The balance of trade merchants and governments 1415
14
The strain on manpower
20
the question of decline 268
26
The scientific movement 335
37
Allies on the defensive in Spain 438
39
Science in the universities 434
43
Harvard Yale William and Mary page
46
Advances in mechanics and related branches of mathematics
49
Campaign in the Netherlands William recaptures Namur in September 249
50
A strictly defensive foreign policy orientated towards France
52
Newton and Leibniz
55
Poland as a base for a campaign against Russia or as a bufferstate 65960
60
Evolutionary ideas Maupertuis Buffon and the microscope 624
62
The New Husbandry 689
68
the Italian princelings 468
70
Russia
75
Reason 801
81
Scepticism
88
The periodical essay 934
94
Oriental studies 967
100
Opera at the court of France Lullys tragedies lyriques 1057
111
Johann Sebastian Bach 11618
116
Spain and Italy 723
122
Religious freedom in Holland 1223
123
California
129
Jesuit Capuchin and Franciscan in the New World 1289
131
A crisis within Christianity 1378
138
Religion and the arts 1445
147
The State and moral standards in England 1512
153
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN EUROPE
154
France and Spain 15960
160
The western powers and the German princes 1656
166
The hierarchy of States diplomatic etiquette 16970
173
Louis XIVs methods and the development of the Affaires Etrangires 1778
179
THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION
193
Dijkvelts embassy to England 1687 1989
199
James leaves England 2056
206
Freedom of the press by default 21011
213
European destinations of Brazilian gold 535
214
Lockes Two Treatises ofGovernment 21920
220
A question of nomenclature page
223
The Dutch and British armed forces 2289
231
Opening of the Irish campaign the siege of Londonderry 2367
237
Operations elsewhere Catinat takes Nice 2423
243
abortive plans to invade England
250
their principal orientations 8701
253
Ireland and Scotland 2556
257
The status of women
263
WAR FINANCE 16891714
284
the insurance market 2889
290
Financial machinery of the central government federal revenue 2945
296
Longterm loans and sales of offices 3001
303
The cost of being an ambassador 1802
308
Loans on Dutch market and from England 3078
311
More obedience to government by 1688 31617
319
Financial makeshifts of the Crown 3234
325
Letter to Louis XIV 16934 and Tetemaque 1699 3279
331
Legendre Bernard the Paris family 3367
338
The question of decline 3434
345
Cardinal Portocarrero and the queen 3578
358
at first displays tact towards Spain 3634
365
The war overseas French convoy protection Campeche the Canaries Florida
372
The Dutch Barrier Marlborough and the government of the south Netherlands
427
The Austrians move into Naples 4323
433
The Ne Plus Ultra Lines Allied dibacle in Spain
440
CHAPTER
446
the Preliminaries of 1709 4489
455
The efficacy of gifts and pensions much exaggerated 1845
461
Britain and France settle American questions
470
Comparative instability of the German settlement 4745
476
Jacob Leisler 4812
482
Frontenac borrows the methods of Indian warfare 4878
494
Crown revenues before and after 1716 a mercantile monarchy 5367
536
Coastal traffic and innumerable ports shipping hazards 5401
543
Muslim overland traderoutes 5489
551
Naples and Sicily the Milanese 5568
560
Collapse of Spanish sea power
565
The Allies fail to exploit naval superiority the Camisards 5701
571
Strength of the Habsburg position in the Balkans by 1689 5778
579
Rakoczi and Berczenyi 5834
585
the Spanish succession 5901
591
Archduke Charles between the Maritime Powers and Vienna devotion to
593
Impact of war taxation on the agricultural classes
600
the Innerberger Hauptgewerkschaft 6034
607
Town and country the growth of taxfarms 61213
613
The struggle for Hungary fall of Nove Zamky 1685 and of Buda 1686
619
Conflict between grand vizier and Mufti of Constantinople
629
Russian advance to Moldavia 6334
635
Treaty of Passarowitz 21 July 1718 6402
642
CHAPTER XX
648
Charles moves into Saxony 1706 Treaty of Altranstadt 24 September 1707 6623
663
his plans for reforms in Sweden
671
Administrative reforms in Sweden Gortz and the Jacobites 6745
677
Reassessments and reforms under Charles XI 64950
683
September
687
Augustus tries to limit the conflict with Sweden 17001 6923
693
General Confederacy of Sandomierz 1704 6978
699
The devastation and depopulation of Poland 7045
706
A conservative revolution 220
708
Augustus gives way to the confederates in November 1716
712
RUSSIA UNDER PETER THE GREAT AND THE CHANGED
716
Petersmercantilism 7223
725
Intellectual life and education 7267
731
Fears of Russian domination of the Baltic and north Germany 171622 7367
737
THE ART OF WAR ON LAND
741
The Swedish military revolution 7434
748
Four main wartheatres in western Europe 7534
754
the assemblycamp 7545
760
The seasonal rhythm of war and politics winter quarters 7623
766
mercenaries volunteers and conscripts 76970
774
the Admiralty Colleges 799800
799
The Zee land privateers the privateering war 8002
805
Defence problems and naval difficulties in the Caribbean 80910
811
shipbuilding and naval stores 81415
819
rank and post flag officers 8278
828
CHAPTER XXI1I
834
Corn production and market conditions in France 8389
842
decline of the Dutch herringfleets the Scots 8478
848
Rice dyestuffs 8545
856
Incidence of the wars on international business cycle 8734
874
Relative rigidity in prices of nonfoodstuffs in relation to soaring food prices 8801
881
Danish Sound tolls compared with port dues of Amsterdam East India sales
893
Towards cabinet government the Junto 2678
920
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