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  1. 17 de mar. de 2023 · The Palatine families of New York : a study of the German immigrants who arrived in colonial New York in 1710by Henry Z Jones, Jr. Call Number: F130.P2 J66 1985 ISBN: 096138882X Published/Created: 1985 Alphabetical list of the German immigrants who arrived in New York in 1710; contains extensive genealogical information.

  2. 27 de feb. de 2023 · Mainz, French Mayence, city, capital of Rhineland-Palatinate Land (state), west-central Germany. It is a port on the left bank of the Rhine River opposite Wiesbaden and the mouth of the Main River. It was the site of a Celtic settlement where the Romans established (14–9 bce) a military camp known as Mogontiacum (Moguntiacum ...

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  3. 1 de mar. de 2023 · Frederick IV, byname Frederick The Righteous, German Friedrich Der Aufrichtige, (born March 5, 1574, Amberg, Palatinate—died Sept. 19, 1610, Heidelberg), elector Palatine of the Rhine, only surviving son of the elector Louis VI. Frederick’s father died in October 1583, when the young elector came under the guardianship of his ...

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  4. 9 de mar. de 2023 · The Palatine Hill is the most famous of Rome’s seven hills. It’s Rome’s most ancient area, with a history that pre-dates Rome itself. Palatine Hill overlooks the Roman Forum to one side and Circus Maximus to the other. The romantically dilapitated ruins you readily see atop the hill are the ruins of Domitian’s Palace.

    • The Decay of The Guild Merchant
    • The Emergence of The Assembly
    • The Civic Éllite
    • City Government, 1430-1506
    • The Charter of 1506
    • City and Shire in The Early 16th Century
    • Henry Gee and The Reform of Civic Government

    By the mid 14th century the roles of the main civicofficers had been largely defined. The dominance of themayor, already well established, was enhanced by thegrant of the escheatorship in 1354, and by his increasing control over market offences, presented at inquestsheld in the courts over which he presided. (fn. 1) Theactivities of the sheriffs, b...

    The gradual dissolution of the earlier medieval framework of government was accompanied by the emergence of new civic structures, a process which seems tohave crystallized in the 1390s, when the city was theobject of Richard II's especial favour. Of the newinstitutions, the most significant was the aldermanateor Twenty-Four, in place by the early 1...

    Throughout the later 14th and earlier 15th century themain civic offices were dominated by a relatively smallgroup of families, mostly merchants, such as theBlunds, Bellyetters, Hopes, Hattons, Ewloes, and Whitmores. Mayors generally held office repeatedly. JohnBlund, for example, was mayor for eight terms in the1350s and John Armourer for seven be...

    From the 1430s the long mayoral tenures characteristicof the 13th and 14th centuries ceased, and except for afew two- or three-year terms in the 1440s, 1450s, and1470s the office changed hands every year. (fn. 45) Althoughthe openings for a powerful individual to exercise aprolonged ascendancy were thereby diminished, thepower of the mayor continue...

    In 1506 the city was given county status and itsconstitution was formalized by royal charter. (fn. 70)Thearrangements appear generally to have been those inoperation in the later 15th century, with a few minoramendments. The number of aldermen was fixed at 24but the councilmen were reduced to 40. The freemenwere deemed part of the corporation and g...

    Although the terms of the charter were adhered to forabout a decade after 1506, thereafter its provision forannual elections of aldermen and councilmen wasprogressively undermined. In 1518 a bylaw providedthat aldermen who died during their term could bereplaced without election, and shortly afterwards itbecame customary for the Assembly to make su...

    By the 1530s the city was developing a strong sense ofits identity, fostered by emphasis upon its ceremonialand by the first stirrings of an interest in and embellishment of a partly mythic civic past. (fn. 88) Suchdevelopments were especially evident during the twomayoralties of Henry Gee (1533-4, 1539-40). In hisfirst term Gee, who was determined...

  5. 6 de mar. de 2023 · Mallobaudes, King of the Franks, in Worms opposed the Frank Malaric.1 He was born in 320. He was the son of Malaric, King of the Franks, in Toxandrie and N. N. of the Gauls. He killed Macrianus, king of the Alemanni in 374.2 King of the Franks in Worms. He was elected King of the Franks in 378.1 He was appointed as commander of household troops ...