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Philip of Spain renounces claim to the French throne 1712 Context Note
Lord Bolingbroke flees to France 1715 Context Note
Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford, is acquitted of subterfuge with the French 1717 Context Note
Dubois becomes French Foreign Secretary 1717 Context Note
Dubois, Louis XV's First Minister, dies 1723 Context Note
Duke of Bourbon gains influence over Louis XIV 1723 Context Note
Cardinal Fleury becomes Chief Minister in France 1726 Context Note
Voltaire is banished from France 1726 Context Note
Anti-British Chauvelin becomes French Foreign Secretary 1727 Context Note
King of France orders the Paris Parlement not to meddle in politics 1730 Context Note
Paris Parlement places the clergy under the jurisdiction of the Crown 1731 Context Note
139 members of the Paris Parlement are exiled by order of the King 1732 Context Note
Chauvelin, the French Foreign Secretary, is suddenly dismissed 1737 Context Note
France institutes the Corvée, a system of forced labour for road-building 1738 Context Note
Fleury's death initiates an aggressive French foreign policy 1743 Context Note
The dominant Orange Party in Holland urge opposition to France 1743 Context Note
D'Argenson becomes French Foreign Minister 1744 Context Note
Puisieulx succeeds D'Argenson as French Foreign Minister 1747 Context Note
Anglo-French discussions about the boundary between Canada and Nova Scotia 1750 Context Note
The Parlement of Paris seizes the Archbishop of Paris' possessions 1752 Context Note

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