Sentence Examples with the word Etats

De la Presse en Angleterre et aux Etats Unis (1857); Madden, Hist.

His travels in southern Italy and in the East had put him upon the track of the medieval French settlements in those regions, and to this subject he devoted several important works: Recherches et materiaux pour servir d une histoire de la domination francaise dans les provinces demembrees de l'empire grec (1840); Nouvelles recherches historiques sur la principaute francaise de Moree et ses hautes baronnies (2 vols., 1843-1844); Histoire des conquetes et de l'etablissement des Frangais dans les etats de l'ancienne Grece sous es Villehardouin (1846, unfinished).

In 1788 he published Deputation aux Etats generaux, a pamphlet remarkable for its bold exposition of liberal principles, and partly on the strength of this he was elected deputy to the states-general by the Third Estate of the bailliage of Metz.

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Joanne, Etats du Danube et des Balkans (Paris, 1895); R.

De Miltitz, Manuel des consuls (London and Berlin, 1837-1843); Baron Ferdinand de Cussy, Dictionndire du diplomate et du consul (Leipzig, 1846), and Reglements consulaires des principaux etats maritimes de l'Europe et de l'Amerique (ib., 1851); Tuson, British Consul's Manual (London, 1856); De Clercq, Guide pratique des consulats (1st ed., 1858, 5th ed.

P. Gachard, Actes des etats generaux des Pays Bas, 1576-1585 (Brussels, 1861-1866); and the Calendars of State Papers, Foreign Series, Elizabeth (London, 1863-1901).

Necker, par lui-meme (1791); Du pouvoir executif dans les grands etats (2 vols., 1792); Refiexions sur le proces de Louis XVI.

Brissaud and P. Roge in Textes additionnels aux anciens Fors de Bearn (1905); Leon Cadier, Les Etats de Beam depuis leur origine jusqu'au commencement du XVI e siecle (1888).

Audibret, Le Dernier President des Etats du Languedoc, Mgr.

It was not till 1876 that he published, in two volumes, his remarkable Histoire de la formation territoriale des etats de l'Europe centrale, in which he showed with a firm, but sometimes slightly heavy touch, the reciprocal influence exerted by geography and history.