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John De Witt; or, Twenty Years' Interregnum in the Stadtholdership of the Seventeenth Century

M. Esquirou de Parieu and Frederick Hendriks
The Assurance Magazine, and Journal of the Institute of Actuaries
Vol. 8, No. 4 (JULY, 1859), pp. 205-231
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41134910
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[Footnotes]
  • 2
    Davies : History of Holland, vol. i., p. 76, et seq.; Analysis of the Dutch Consti- tution prior to 1579
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Davies, vol. i., p. 85
    • Emanuel de Meteren : Histoire des Pays Bas, traduit du Flamand; La Haye, 1618.
  • 4
    Mr. Davies attributes to the example of Holland the first ideas of civil and religious liberty introduced into England (vol. i., p. 1).
  • 5
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Kerroux : Abrégé de VHistoire de Holland, p. 322
    • ibid., p. 348.
  • 1
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • " Maurice, stadtholder of Holland and of Zealand, had obtained, in addition, the stadtholdership of Guelderland, Utrecht, and Overyssel, in 1591,
    • Kerroux, p. 385
    • Kerroux, dd. 590 and 599).
  • 2
    Emmanuel Van der Hoeven : Leven en Dood van Cornells en Johan De Witt, t. ii., p. 17; Amsterdam, 1708.
  • 3
    Kerroux, p. 429
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Instructions for the Post of Pensionary-Councillor ', at two different epochs, quoted textually by Van der Hoeven, t. i., pp. 17 and 112.
    • John De Witt and his Times, t. i., pp. 31, 221, 228, et seq.
  • 1
    M. Mignet in Revue des Deux Mondes, 1841
  • 1
    Davies, t. i., pp. 526 and 691.
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • James De Witt in Sweden, and of the relations which he had at Lübeck with the ambassador of France, Chanut, in the Recueil des Lettres de Negotiations de Jean De Witt, French translation, t. i., pp. 120 and 343
    • Van Hall: Lofrede of De Witt, p. 57
  • 4
    Kerroux, p. 655.
  • 5
    Van Hall: Lofrede of De Witt, pp. 59 and 70
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Emmanuel Van der Hoeven, t. i., p. 14
    • M. Simons, part i., p. 221
  • 3
    Thurloe, vol i., p. 359
  • 4
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Kerroux, pp. 529, 590, and 599
    • Ker- roux, p. 631
    • Kerroux, p. 718
  • 5
    Davies, pp. 700 to 707.
  • 6
    l bid., p. 696
  • 1
    Walter Harris, p. 2. Van der Hoevcn, t. i., pp. 29 to 32.
  • 2
    Davies, p. 721
  • 1
    Kerroux, p. 662.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Boreel,in the Lettres et Negotiations, t. i., pp. 129, 142, J 20.
    • Estrades, quoted by Kerroux, p. 704.
  • 3
    German translation of Simons, t. i., p. 97.
  • 4
    Kerroux, p. 569.
  • 1
    Van der Hoeven, i., p. 41.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Kerroux, p. 671.
    • Thurloe's State Papers (i. p. 391)
  • 4
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Van der Hoeven, i. p. 87
    • Kerroux, p. 581
  • 1
    Gamier: Eltmens de Finance^ p. 114.
  • 2
    Mémoires de Jean De Witt, Edition of 1709, p. 312. Davies i., p. 677.
  • 3
    Van der Hoeven, i., p. 78.
  • 4
    Cours d' Économie Politique iv., p. 356.
  • 5
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Van der Hoeven, i., p. 76.
    • Letten of John De Witt, iii., p. 101,
    • Kerroux's work, p. 622
    • de Jean De Witt French translation, p. 312, et seq.
    • Van der Hoe ven, i., p. 25,
    • Simons, i. p. 150
  • 1
    Simons: Johan De Witt en Zijn Tijd, Derde Deel, p. 100; Amsterdam, 1842
  • 2
    Van der Hoeven, i. p. 122
  • 3
    Ibid.
  • 4
    Ibid., p. 104.
  • 1
    Beauchamp: History of the Brazils iii., p. 291, et seq
  • 2
    Van der Hoeven, i., p. 148.
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Ibid. i. p. 184
    • ibid, ii., p. 233
  • 4
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • Van der Hoeven, pp. 87 and 143 to 146
    • Simons, p. 129, vol. i.
    • Walter Harris, in his History of William III.) nevertheless accuses De Witt of having neglected the prince's education (p. 3)
    • Burnet, on his side, says that the prince had learnt neither history nor military art (i., p. 580).
  • 1
    M. Simons (1st part, p. 231,
  • 2
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Van der Hoeven relates different attacks directed by the English against Dutch commerce in 1664 (ii., p. 224).
    • Kerroux, pp. 706, 727, 783.
    • ds
  • 3
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Van der Hoeven, i., p. 251.
    • ibid., p. 279
    • Simons, part ii., p. 173.
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    Pepys i., p. 110, of the 8vo. edition.
  • 2
    Van der Hoeven, pp. 25 to 37.
  • 1
    Martin Tromp, killed in 1653
  • 2
    Simons, part iii., c. 2.
  • 3
    Van der Hoeven, ii., pp. 17 and 18.
  • 2
    Ibid, i., pp. 243-250.
  • 3
    Ibid, ii., p. 197.
  • 4
    Raynal : Histoire du Siadthouderat, edition of 1750, i., p. 221.
  • 1
    Holland. -Van der Hoeven. ii., pp. 243, 244.
  • 3
    Davies, iii., pp. 79 and 91.
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    I., p. 245.
  • 5
    Van der Hoeven, pp. 247, 258, 264, 298.
  • 6
    I hid., pp. 240 and 261.
  • 1
    Siècle de Louis XIV. i., p. 396, Ed. of 1830.
  • 4
    Kerroux, p. 819.
  • 1
    Kerroux, p. 837
  • 2
    Kerroux, p. 841.
  • 4
    Napoleon III., i., p. 243 of his Œuvres.
  • 2
    Vol. i., p. 584.
  • 3
    Kerroux, p. 704,
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    Kerroux, p. 132.
  • 5
    Kerroux, p. 797
  • 1
    Cours ď Études vi., p. 198.
  • 2
    Van der Hoeven, by Francis Van Schooten, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Leyden, at Louis and Daniel Elzeviťs, Amsterdam, 1659.-Van der Hoeven, i., p. 14.
  • 4
    de Jean De Wüt9 translated from the original into French ; the Hague, 1709.
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • London, 1851;
    • Laytons, 150, Fleet Street. It is inserted in pages 40 to 57.
  • 2
    Vide the second fragment of the Contributions to the History of Insurance, p. 28. (Third fragment in Assurance Magazine, vol. iii., p. 120.)
  • 3
    Mr. Hen- driks, in Notes and Queries, 2nd February, 1856