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Il est et il sera toujours légitime de proposer des réformes en littérature, comme au parlement.
From making such a claim, it was only a step for the parlement of Paris to refuse to register certain new edicts on the ground that the king was not well informed or that they were in conflict with older and more binding enactments.
If these claims were substantiated, the royal will would be subjected to revision by the parlement of Paris.
To prevent their substantiation, both Louis XIII and Louis XIV held "beds of justice"-that is, appeared in person before the parlement, and from their seat of cushions and pillows declared their will regarding the new edict and directed that it be promulgated.
Egged on by seeming popular sympathy and no doubt by the contemporaneous political revolution in England, the parlement of Paris at length defied the prime minister.
The upshot of the Fronde was (1) the nobility were more discredited than ever; (2) the parlement was forbidden to devote attention to political or financial affairs; (3) Paris was disarmed and lost the right of electing its own municipal officers; (4) the royal authority was even stronger than under Richelieu because an unsuccessful attempt had been made to weaken it.
First of all, there was the _Parlement_, or supreme court, of Paris, primarily a judicial body which registered the royal decrees.
If the Parlement disliked a decree, it might refuse to register it, until the king should hold a "bed of justice"-that is, should formally summon the Parlement and in person command it to register his decree.
The common people were naturally bewildered by the overlapping functions of Royal Council, Parlement, provincial estates, governors, bailiffs, intendants, subintendants, mayors, town councils, and village assemblies.
For a large price it was possible to buy a judgeship or seat in a Parlement, not only for a lifetime but as an hereditary possession.
Resistance to taxation centered in the Parlement of Paris.
The quarrel grew so bitter that all the thirteen Parlements of France were suppressed (1771), and in their stead new royal courts were established.
But the Parlement of Paris, which together with the other Parlements had been restored early in the reign of Louis XVI, soon saw through the artifices of the suave minister, and positively refused to register further loans or taxes.
Encouraged by popular approval, the Parlement went on to draw up a declaration of rights, and to assert that subsidies could constitutionally be granted only by the nation's representatives-the ancient Estates-General.
This sounded to the government like revolution, and the Parlements were again abolished.
The abolition of the Parlements raised a great cry of indignation; excited crowds assembled in Paris and other cities; and the soldiers refused to arrest the judges.
The ancient and confusing "provinces," "governments," "intendancies," "_pays d'etat_" "_pays d'election_" "parlements," and "bailliages" were swept away.
Laubardemont pour en finir avec Grandier, et avait fait défendre au parlement de connaître de cette affaire.
Un athée célèbre de ce temps-là, le sieur de Kériolet, conseiller au parlement de Bretagne, vint voir les exorcismes pour s'en moquer.
Grandier, et avait fait défendre au parlement de connaître de cette affaire.

Examples of Parlement

Example #1
Si vous pouvez créer, que ne le faites-vous, à l'exemple de William Pitt et de Walter-Scott, qui par le secours, l'un de ses vers, l'autre de ses poumons, ont enrichi les dialectes mal joints de notre île?
Example #2
Ses ouvrages, ses mots s'effacent et ne servent plus qu'à fixer une date.
Example #3
If these claims were substantiated, the royal will would be subjected to revision by the parlement of Paris.
Example #4
That of Paris, being the most eminent, had, in course of time, secured to itself the right of registering royal decrees-that is, of receiving the king's edicts in formal fashion and entering them upon the statute books so that the law of the land might be known generally.
Example #5
From making such a claim, it was only a step for the parlement of Paris to refuse to register certain new edicts on the ground that the king was not well informed or that they were in conflict with older and more binding enactments.
Example #6
To prevent their substantiation, both Louis XIII and Louis XIV held "beds of justice"-that is, appeared in person before the parlement, and from their seat of cushions and pillows declared their will regarding the new edict and directed that it be promulgated.