“A foreigner is therefore the most likely man to give an impartial account”?: French observers of the early eighteenth-century British Parliament

Published this week and edited by our own Dr Vivienne Larminie, Huguenot Networks, 1560–1780 The Interactions and Impact of a Protestant Minority in Europe includes new research on the Huguenot community and Parliament. In today’s blog, Dr Charles Littleton discusses the phenomenon of the Huguenot Parliamentary reporter… Three hundred years ago a short political pamphlet was published in London with a French title, Dissertation sur … Continue reading “A foreigner is therefore the most likely man to give an impartial account”?: French observers of the early eighteenth-century British Parliament