In France, a rebellion is staged against the Queen Mother and royal
minister Concino Concini by the Prince of Condé and Dukes of
Nevers, Mayenne and Longueville. There is widespread support for
the rebels, since Concini has been promoting highly unpopular
policies, including a projected Spanish marriage for Louis XIII.
Unlike his predecessor Henry IV's minister the Duke of Sully, he
has permitted maladministration by his staff, and failed to summon
the States-General as was expected for Louis XIII's coming of age
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Editors. "The Prince of Condé rebels against the Queen Mother and Concino Concini". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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