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It should be kept in mind that, in the 1620s, Marillac’s and Richelieu’s attitudes towards intendants were probably indistinguishable, while the so-called institutionalization of the intendants with which Richelieu’s legacy is credited emerged from the military and financial exigencies of the 1630s, without need for any prior envisioning of their particular place in government on the cardinal’s part. What developed later on is not evidence in itself that Richelieu was more of an “absolutist” than was Marillac.

It should be kept in mind that, in the 1620s, Marillac’s and Richelieu’s attitudes towards intendants were probably indistinguishable, while the so-called institutionalization of the intendants with which Richelieu’s legacy is credited emerged from the military and financial exigencies of the 1630s, without need for any prior envisioning of their particular place in government on the cardinal’s part. What developed later on is not evidence in itself that Richelieu was more of an “absolutist” than was Marillac.

2e éd. (Paris: PUF, 1971), pp. 653-56. 59. Hildesheimer, Richelieu, 273. The other marshal, Henry de Schomberg, long loyal to Richelieu, bore with chagrin his colleague’s satisfaction at receiving the news. XLIV LA VIE DE MICHEL DE MARILLAC interposed between medieval and modern governance; this concept would embrace a notion of strong kings who still respected medieval institutions and constitutional processes. Major’s route to substantiate his interpretation (and perhaps the original inspiration for it) ran through an exhaustive study of the Estates, both general and provincial, from the middle of the 15th century to the end of the 17th.

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