An Historical View of The English Government by John Millar

By John Millar

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The accession of James VI, king of Scotland (r. 1567–1625), to the English throne in 1603 united the crowns of both countries in one person for the first time. 9 10 introduction blesome consequences, which had so long subsisted between the two countries, were effectually suppressed. By the improvement of manufactures, and the introduction of a considerable foreign trade, England began, in a short time, to establish her maritime power, and to assume a higher rank in the scale of Europe. The same periods are also distinguished by remarkable variations in the form of government.

127 sect. 1. Of the chief Regulations attending the Establishment of Christianity in the Roman Empire, and in 140 the modern Kingdoms of Europe. sect. 2. The Establishment of Christianity in Britain, under the Roman Dominion, and in the early Government of the Anglo-Saxons. 1. The page numbers in the Contents are those of the 1803 edition. 7 159 8 original contents chap. vi. Institution of Tythings, Hundreds, and Counties. 170 chap. vii. Of the Wittenagemote. 200 chap. viii. State of the Sovereign in the primitive AngloSaxon Government.

98), a biography of his father-inlaw and former governor of the Roman province of Britain; Germania (ca. 98), a comprehensive work on the Germanic tribes of central Europe; the Histories (105–8); and the Annals. chapter i 19 It is well known, that the cities and provinces under the Roman dominion were often reduced, by the demands of government, to such distress, as obliged them to borrow money at exorbitant interest: and that, by taking advantage of their necessities, the monied men of those times were enabled to employ their fortunes in a very profitable manner.

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