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A History of Diplomacy in the International Development of Europe, Volume 1
David Jayne Hill
Visualizzazione completa - 1921
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Pagina 330 - Church, and to our lord pope Innocent and to his Catholic successors, the whole kingdom of England and the whole kingdom of Ireland, with all their rights and appurtenances, for the remission of our...
Pagina 351 - Count Palatine of the Rhine, the Duke of Saxony, the Margrave of Brandenburg, and the King of Bohemia The...
Pagina 219 - N' futurus Imperator, juro me servaturum Romanis bonas consuetudines, et firmo Chartas tertii generis et libelli sine fraude et malo ingenio.
Pagina 400 - in the beginnings," but "in the beginning" God created the heavens and the earth. Indeed we declare, announce, and define that it is altogether necessary to salvation for every human creature to be subject to the Roman pontiff.
Pagina 10 - ... quod populi priscorum Latinorum hominesque prisci Latini adversus populum Romanum Quiritium fecerunt, deliquerunt, quod populus Romanus' Quiritium bellum cum priscis Latinis iussit esse senatusque populi Romani Quiritium censuit, consensit, conscivit, ut bellum cum priscis Latinis fieret, ob earn rem ego populusque Romanus populis priscorum Latinorum hominibusque priscis Latinis bellum indico facioque.
Pagina 410 - We have decreed that we will accept no magistrate in our valleys who shall have obtained his office for a price, or who is not a native and resident among us. Every difference among...
Pagina 284 - ... Germany, to scatter the virus conceived by their iniquity, to denude the altars, to carry away the vessels of the house of God, to strip the crosses: lest an opportunity should be given them of proceeding further, we caused them to return to Rome by the way on which they had come. And, inasmuch as the kingdom, together with the empire, is ours by the election of the princes from God alone...
Pagina vii - A history of diplomacy, as the author justly insists, properly includes ' not only an account of the progress of international intercourse, but an exposition of the motives by which it has been inspired and the results which it has accomplished.' More even than that — it must include also ' a consideration of the genesis of the entire international system and of its progress through the progressive stages of its development.