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The Franks claimed some authority over this people, and probably some of the
princes of the Slovenes had recognized this claim, but it could not be regarded as
serious while the Avars were in possession ol the land, f n 791 Charlemagne, ...
... the years from 1510 to 1648 there are, said Stubbs, two distinct ideas in
progress which " may be regarded as giving a unity to the whole period. . . . The
Reformation is one, the claims of the House of Austria is the other." Austria did
... indeed, it seemed that the monarchy was on rteraM. the point of dissolution To
the diplomacy of the iSth century the breach of a solemn compact was but lightly
regarded, and Charles VI. had neglected the advice of Prince Eugene to leave ...
Reason " and " enlightenment " were his waichwords; opposition to his wise
measures he regarded as obscurantist and unreasonable, and unreason, if it
proved stubborn, as a vice to be corrected with whips. In this spirit be at once set
to work ...
Even where, as in the case of the Serbs and Rumans, the government had given
no formal sanction to the national claims, the emperor was regarded as the
ultimate guarantee of their success; and deputations from the various provinces ...
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