Transcription of Text by Frances Miller Seward

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Transcription of Text by Frances Miller Seward
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Transcription of Text by Frances Miller Seward

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sender: Frances Seward
Birth: 1805-09-24  Death: 1865-06-21

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It was not until the 11 & 12 cen
that free cities figure in History
or performed any part in Civ.
The Feudal system & the Church
were both acting in Civ – between
the 5 & 12 cen.
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The ^free^ Cities governed by the 3 rd estate
not by the Nobility or Clergy
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^Modern^ Cities first composed of small
merchants & proprietors of houses
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The Roman cities were a coalition
of municipalities which had
previously been sovereign &
independent – making peace
& war, governing themselves–
when they united these rights
were transferred to the central
government at Rome.
The Crusades began in the 11 cen
lasted during the 12 & 13th
Until the Crusaders (as a whole) did not exist

[right Margin] the moral unity of nations

[left Margin] Great strength is gained by a thorough
knowledge of the nature of ones own views
& actions, by a complete & rational adoption
of certain principles & designs