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Text:"... the envy and hatred of the nobles : though they freely borrowed his money, they wcie only on that account the more Wot on his ruin. JacquesCoeur had likewise the misfortune to offend Agnes Soref, the ling..."
Date:1799
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... and hatred of the nobles : though they freely borrowed his money, they were only on that account the more bent on his ruin. JacquesCoeur had likewise o ) e o H the misfortune to ofTend Agnes Sore, the kings..."
Date:1802
Publication place:London, England
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Text:".... f The second card mentioned above is for the ball for the marriage in 1770 of the Dauphin, afterwards Louis XVI, and is not signed. JJacquesCoeur celebrated^ financier of the fifteenth century. Born..."
Date:Between 1761 and 1849
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... Louis XVI, and is not signed. JJacquesCoeur, celebrated financier of the fifteenth century. Born at Bourges, died at Chio November 25, 1456. He lent immense sums of money to the King Charles VII..."
Date:Between 1761 and 1849
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... S. JacquesCoeur, the French Argonaut, and his times. London, 1847. port. 8° Cceur, Pierre Louis (bp. of Troyes). Mandement a Toccasion du prochain Congrfes. 2* Edition. Paris, i860. 8°. Coffey..."
Date:1886
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Text:"... extraordinarily shrewd head that JacquesCoeur owed his richly burdened fleets, his more than royally sumptu.ous palaces, and his armies of highly distinguished debtors. It may even be due to the cool impersonality..."
Date:1910
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... NEED INITIATIVE ’ The university president traced the activities of some of the “capitalists” of history—St. Goderic, JacquesCoeur and Kacob Fugger and said capitalism, as understood by them “is perhaps..."
Date:Feb 19 1946
Publication:Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
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Text:"... Sah behind him. J. E. Wldener has decided to dispose of a number of his steeplechasers and will offer at private sale the following well known performers: Infidel II, Kilts, II, Plaslr d'Amour, Jacques..."
Date:Feb 4 1918
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:"... will be under rigid control, how- New York's experiments th year will be closely watched b sportsmen in neighboring states.' The Moneyman, by JacquesCoeur, rich merchant and wedding march. The bride was attired..."
Date:Sep 24 1947
Publication:Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... the the confidence of the time when ^^ames were non court. existent and bur early ancestors JacquesCoeur's influence »1 '''hat do tended to their daily tasics made France one of the leaders this'' - H I. icaown only..."
Date:Nov 19 1969
Publication:Wichita Falls, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...-making, his sons doing more than any family on earth ever did for art.. (READ THE STORY, THEN COLOR THE PICTURE) DOOR Clowny, foundering In thef. Tour Children By OLIVE ROBERTS BARTON 1929, by NEA Inc.) Jacques..."
Date:Dec 4 1929
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"..., Ferdin- and and Isabella of Spain, Catherine of Aragon and a 15th century French merchant named JacquesCoeur. Awake, Mrs. Evans had never heard of JacquesCoeur. She has never been in his part of France..."
Date:Nov 14 1976
Publication:Middletown, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... for Albert Boardman Kerr, in his "JacquesCoeur, Merchant Prince o: the Middle recently published by the Scrlbners. to give to the world the first scholarly and au- thentic account, for English readers of all..."
Date:June 3 1928
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... by the possession of a lovely mistress, Agnes Sorel. JacquesCoeur and Agnes Sorel comprised an effective and apparently honest team. They pooled her beauty and his resources to finance a war that was to drive1..."
Date:July 27 1947
Publication:Lubbock, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...- ence over this misguided monarch who had let Joan of Arc perish 2 decades before. When the of the 40 year-old Agnes was impaired at the birth of -her second child so late in life. JacquesCoeur..."
Date:Oct 12 1948
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... himself killed, trying to be a hero. Gone, also, are the days when JacquesCoeur, doing a bigger busi- ness than all the other merchants of France put together, with his fleets scattered all over the seas..."
Date:Oct 8 1923
Publication:Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... i to various courts and the fiscal agent I of his JacquesCoeur was precea reajjy an uncrowned emperor of in ann the romance of medieval with the tragedies of those who put dustry and a man whose..."
Date:June 3 1928
Publication:Charleston, West Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... be extend- ed for reasonable speed and regard for justice in the dis- position of murder cases generally. Uncle Sam's help. They coiiM dp for Uncle Sam, on a ten times greater scale, what JacquesCoeur did..."
Date:Feb 8 1926
Publication:Hamilton, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... dav after a crash with another trawler the JacquesCoeur President Truman's plea for the senate to wipe out a house cut in public housing funds won approval in part from a senate appropriations..."
Date:May 25 1951
Publication:Austin, Minnesota, United States of America
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Text:"... much interesting matter concerning alchemy. Amohgst the pretenders to the secret of the philosopher’s stone Wa t JacquesCoeur, a Frenchman, who rose from humble otlgib to the highest honoUrB iti..."
Date:Mar 27 1852
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom