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Les registres du parlement de Bordeaux sous Louis XIII, présentation et enseignements

  • Servanton, Mathieu
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    Le règne de Louis XIII fait aujourd’hui figure de parent pauvre dans l’historiographie des parlements de l’Ancien Régime. Une source, les registres secrets du parlement de Bordeaux, conservée aux archives municipales de la ville, permet une première approche des relations politiques entre la couronne et cette cour souveraine. Apparaissent les évolutions des pratiques de gouvernement employées pour contraindre les magistrats à l’enregistrement des édits royaux. L’impossibilité du recours systématique au lit de justice, ainsi que la relative inefficacité des lettres de jussion, conduisent à l’emploi d’hommes députés par le gouvernement et aux atteintes portées au statut financier des juges.

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    Volume (Year): 2012 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 01 (May)
    Pages: 17-35

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