The Marquis D'Argenson: A Study in Criticism Being the Stanhope Essay: Oxford, 1893
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The Marquis D'Argenson: A Study in Criticism Being the Stanhope Essay: Oxford, 1893

By Arthur Ogle
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Table of Contents
  • THE MARQUIS D'ARGENSON
  • CONTENTS.
  • THE MARQUIS D'ARGENSON.
  • I. 1630-1721. D'Argenson's Ancestry.
  • II. 1694-1724. Youth and early manhood—Intendant of Maubeuge.
  • III. 1724-1744. The Entresol—Political struggles—Relations with Cardinal Fleury—D'Argenson and Voltaire.
  • IV. NOVEMBER, 1744—JANUARY, 1747. Foreign Politics—D'Argenson's Ministry—1745: The Convention of Augsburg—The Convention of Hanover—The Imperial Election—The Treaty of Dresden—1746: The Negotiation of Turin—The Saxon Marriage—Review.
  • V. 1747-1757. A momentous decade—The Journal—Private life.
  • VI. 1737-1755. The "Considérations"—The Plan of 1737—The Plan of 1755.
  • APPENDICES.
  • APPENDICES.
    • A. THE FLASSAN MEMOIR.
    • B. THE TEXTS OF THE "CONSIDÉRATIONS."
    • C. D'ARGENSON'S VIEWS ON PUBLIC QUESTIONS PRIOR TO HIS ACCESSION TO THE MINISTRY. ("Journal et Mémoires," Rathery, I.-IV.)
  • D. INDEX TO THE GREAT PUBLIC QUESTIONS NOTICED IN THE LAST FIVE VOLUMES OF D'ARGENSON'S JOURNAL. The volumes V.—IX. embrace the period 1746-56.
  • NOTES.
  • NOTES.
  • INDEX.
  • INDEX.
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