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Table of Contents
Editorial preface; Introduction; 1. Republicanism, monarchism and liberty H. G. Koenigsberger; 2. Maps and monarchs in Europe, 1550-1800 Peter Barber; 3. Resisting monarchy: the Netherlands as Britain's school of revolution in the late sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Hugh Dunthorne; 4. A prince souverain and the French crown: Charles de Nevers, 1580-1637 David Parrott; 5. Small-power diplomacy in the age of Louis XIV: the foreign policy of the Great Elector during the 1660s and 1670s Derek McKay; 6. The king in his council: Louis XIV and the Conseil d'en haut John C. Rule; 7. From commune to capital: the transformation of Turin, sixteenth to seventeenth centuries Geoffrey Symcox; 8. The House of Savoy in search for a royal crown in the seventeenth century Robert Oresko; 9. Tsar into emperor: the title of Peter the Great Isabel De Madariaga; 10. Monarchs without a crown Edward Gregg; 11. The meanings of 'Austria' and 'Austrian' in the eighteenth century Grete Klingenstein; 12. Love and the empire: Maria Theresa and her co-regents Derek Beales; 13. Prussia's royal foreign minister: Frederick the Great and the administration of Prussian diplomacy H. M. Scott; 14. Frederick the Great and German culture T. C. W. Blanning; 15. The secret compact of 1753 between the kings of France and of Naples Rohan Butler; 16. The crisis of 1758-1759 in Spain: sovereignty and power during a 'species of interregnum' Charles C. Noel; 17. The Dutch Revolt and the American Revolution G. C. Gibbs; Ragnhild Marie Hatton: a personal appreciation Andrew Lossky; Ragnhild Hatton: bibliography of principal publications; Index.