History France AOS1 - DATES

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  1. Reign of Louis XIV
    • 1643 - 1715
    • Known as "The Sun King"
  2. Reign of Louis XV
    1715 - 1774
  3. Montesquieu's "The Spirit of the Laws"
    • 1748
    • Idea of speration of powers
  4. Rousseau's "The Social Contract"
    • 1762
    • Idea of equality, of men joined together under a social contract so power resides in the people
  5. Denis Diderot and d'Alembert's "Enclyclopedie" published between:
    1751- 1775
  6. Voltaire's "Treatise on Toleration"
    1763
  7. France involved in American War of Independance
    1776 - 1783
  8. Necker's publication of "Compte Rendu au Roi"
    1781
  9. Calonne proposes to convoke Assembly of Notables
    1786
  10. Assembly of Notables is opened on
    22 February 1787
  11. Assembly of Notables is closed on
    25 May 1787
  12. Brienne proposes modified reforms to Parlement of Paris:
    Beginning of July 1787
  13. Parlement rejects tax reforms on
    2 July 1787
  14. King Louis XVI exiles the parlement to Troyes on
    15 August 1787
  15. Parlement recalled to Paris:
    September 1787
  16. Royal Session & King's Lit de Justice, forcing tax reforms through:
    19 November 1787
  17. King suspends all parlements and through another lit de justice, replaces with Plenary Courts:
    8 May 1788
  18. Riots and Day of Tiles in Grenoble
    June 1788
  19. Brienne announces King will accept submissions on composition of E.G:
    5 July 1788
  20. Brienne announces official date for E.G:
    8 August
  21. Abbe Sieyes' pamphlet "What is the Third Estate?"
    January 1789
  22. 4000 pamphlets published in Pamphlet War between:
    May 1788 - April 1789
  23. King welcomes deputies into the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles:
    2 May 1789
  24. Official opening of Estates-General
    5 May 1789
  25. Clergy vote to keep seperate verification:
    7 May 1789
  26. The Reveillon Riots
    27 April 1789
  27. Commons (previously 3E) declare themselves National Assembly of France after being joined by some liberal clergymen:
    17 June 1789
  28. Clergy vote to join National Assembly:
    19 June 1789
  29. N.A. arrives at meeting place to find doors locked, and a summons a Seance Royal:
    20 June 1789
  30. The Tennis Court Oath
    20 June 1789
  31. The Royal Session
    23 June 1789
  32. Soldiers sent to stop N.A. crossed to support them on:
    24 June 1789
  33. King consents to all the Estates meeting in common and voting by head:
    27 June 1789
  34. Necker is dismissed (1789)
    11 July 1789
  35. Camille Desmoulins urges the crowd at the Palais Royal to take up arms:
    12 July 1789
  36. Fall of the Bastille
    14 July 1789
  37. King comes to the Town Hall to agree to withdrawal of troops, and Bailly as mayor of Paris
    15 July 1789
  38. King accepts a cockade from Bailly
    17 July 1789
  39. Murders of Bertier de Sauvigny and Joseph Francois Foulon
    23 July 1789

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