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Author Janssen, Geert H.
Title Princely power in the Dutch Republic : patronage and William Frederick of Nassau (1613-64) / Geert H. Janssen ; translated by J.C. Grayson.
Imprint Manchester, UK ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  DJ173.W34 J363 2008    AVAILABLE  
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  DJ173.W34 J363 2008    AVAILABLE  
Author Janssen, Geert H.
Series Studies in early modern European history
Studies in early modern European history. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n96065153
Subject Willem Frederik, Graaf van Nassau-Dietz, 1613-1664.
Patronage, Political -- Netherlands -- History -- 17th century.
Stadholders.
Social networks -- Netherlands -- History -- 17th century.
Netherlands -- History -- Eighty Years' War, 1568-1648.
Netherlands -- History -- 1648-1714.
Description xiv, 215 pages ; 25 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [188]-207) and index.
Contents I: Patron in Friesland, 1640-1650 -- Loyalty on trial -- The stadholder becomes a patron -- The count as patron -- II: Client at the orange court, 1640-1650 -- Under the authority of the master -- The fall of the boss -- III: Without a patron, 1650-1664 -- New relationships -- The limits of power.
ISBN 9780719077586 (hbk.)
0719077583 (hbk.)
OCLC # 234435712
Table of Contents
 Preface 
 List of illustrations 
 Glossary 
 Abbreviations 
 Note on references and manuscript sources 
 Introduction 
Pt. IPatron in Friesland 1640-50 
1Loyalty on trial 
2The stadholder becomes a patron 
3The count as a patron 
Pt. IIClient at the Orange Court 1640-50 
4Under the authority of the master 
5The fall of the Boss 
Pt. IIIWithout a Patron 1650-64 
6New relationships 
7The limits of power 
 Epilogue 
 Bibliography 
 Index 


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