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" Francis disdained such aims and spurned such duties. He gave himself up to his pleasures, — framed a court of which licentiousness was the habit, and from which justice, temperance, and every Christian as well as chivalric virtue was banished. During... "
The History of France - Página 505
por Eyre Evans Crowe - 1860
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The History of France, Volumen2

Eyre Evans Crowe - 1860
...military, by calling in the counsel and the aid of the people or their representatives to both. But Francis disdained such aims and spurned such duties....succeeded her in the monarch's favour, was remarkable for CRAP, her sedateness, her patronage of the lettered and of the _L_1_ reformers, and her anxiety to...
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Royalty in all ages: the amusements, eccentricities, accomplishments ...

Thomas Firminger Thiselton Dyer - 1903 - 443 páginas
...himself up to his pleasures. It is said that he framed a Court of which licentiousness was the custom, and from which justice, temperance, and every Christian as well as chivalric virtue was banished.1 The King of Hungary was in the habit of sending yearly to the abdicated Polish king, Stanislaus...
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