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Maria Teresa ficou devastada. Maria Teresa teve outra grande perda em fevereiro dequando Haugwitz morreu. Segundo Robert A. Mais do que isso, ela estava pronta a reconhecer a superioridade intelectual de alguns de seus conselheiros e desfrutava do apoio deles, mesmo que suas ideias fossem divergentes. Ela elogiava abertamente os talentos e as conquistas do filho, mas o criticava pelas costas [ ]. Seu temperamento fica pior a cada dia Por favor, queime esta carta Nas palavras de Frederico II: quanto mais ela chorou, mais ela tomou [ ] [ ] [ ].
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Her successful appearance before the refractory Hungarian Estates, ending with an appeal for a mass levy of troops, Marie Theresa her a European reputation for diplomatic skill. When the elector Charles Albert of Bavaria—one of the princes who had joined Frederick in assaulting Habsburg territories—was elected emperor, Maria Theresa was mortified; that dignity, little more than titular by then, had in practice been hereditary in her family for years. Upon the death of Charles Albertshe secured for her husband, Francis, the imperial crown, which the law denied to women.
Realizing the need for a sizable standing army and in order to maintain one, Maria Theresa accepted the plans of Count Friedrich Wilhelm Haugwitz —the first in a succession of remarkable men of intellect she was to draw into her council.
Only many years later did peasant riots in famine-stricken Bohemia, as well as the reported cruelty of Hungarian magnates, cause her to limit the use of forced labour. An enlarged central administration—from which the judiciary was separated in —and a repeatedly reorganized treasury required knowledgeable civil servants and judges; and their training was, to her mind, the sole purpose of higher education.
She was the last of the Catholic monarchs to close its establishments. Deeply pious, Marie Theresa, strictly observant, and intolerant to the point of bigotryshe was moving, nonetheless, toward subordinating the church to the authority of the state.
The dazzling ideas of her new chancellor, Wenzel Anton von Kaunitzfired her determination to recover Silesia, indeed, to destroy Prussia. Moreover, she had entered into a treaty with Russia, a newcomer to European rivalries. When its end sealed the loss of Silesia and left the monarchy with a mountain of debts, she became a champion of peace. Though Francis had not been a faithful husband, Maria Theresa never wavered in her love, and his sudden death in plunged her into prolonged grief.
She emerged from it, her zeal for activity nowise impaired. A new public-debt policy, the settlement of the empty spaces of Hungary, the drafting of a penal code Marie Theresa supplant the tangle of local systems, and a kind of poor law—these were but some of the innovations in which she herself took a hand, with her common sense doing service for the book learning she lacked.
In step with the enforced retreat of the church from secular affairs, she came to feel that it was incumbent on the state to control the intellectual life of its subjects. However, anti-monarchist feeling was on the rise again. Charles's ultra-royalist sympathies alienated many members of the working and middle classes. On 16 August, the family had reached the port of Cherbourg where they boarded a ship for Britain.
King Louis-Philippe had taken care of the arrangements for the departure and sailing of his cousins. They moved into luxurious apartments in Prague Castle.
Later, the royal family left Prague and moved to the estate of Count Coronini near Goriziawhich was then Austrian but is in Italy today. Her husband died in and was buried next to his father. Her nephew, who now styled himself as the comte de Chambordand his sister joined her there. InLouis Philippe 's reign ended in a revolution and, for the second time, France became a Republic. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Portrait by Antoine-Jean Gros. Kostanjevica MonasteryNova Gorica Marie Theresa, Slovenia.
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