By Clive Emsley
This e-book offers the 1st critical examine the origins and improvement of the function of soldier-policemen: the gendarmeries of nineteenth-century Europe. how the version used to be first constructed in France after which exported throughout Europe, Emsley argues that gendarmes performed an important function in developing the country, fairly in rural components.
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Such national assessments, when they did come, probably contributed to the overall concerns about and conceptualization of such phenomena, and were used to formulate and drive policy. Eighteenth-century enlightenment thought was part of the process towards such formulations, but it was beginning to address problems of criminality and penal sanctions. Lawyers, philosophers, and policemen, including at least one officer of the maréchaussée,40 presented a variety of proposals for the better supervision of the population, and more effective pursuit and punishment so as to check vagrancy and other forms of offending.
French Government and Society, – (London: Athlone Press, ); Steven G. : Louisiana State University Press, ), –. 37 Foreign observers like Sir William Mildmay were impressed with the institution which fought a kind of perpetual war, not against a foreign enemy, but against such of the native subjects as disturb the peace and violate the laws of their country; and who, as such must be deemed the common enemies of all society. Happy therefore is it for the honest part of mankind, to find so formidable a force, ready to fight their quarrels, and protect their properties.
Iv. . 46 Françisque Mège, Les Cahiers des paroisses d’Auvergne en (Clermont-Ferrand, : Geneva: Megariotis Reprints, ), –; Arch. Parl. (re série), vi. . , iii. (Le Mans), v. (Peronne), (St. Quentin), (Sens), vi. (Troyes), (Vendôme), (Cadenet), and (Soissons). , iv. (Palaiseau) and (Lardy). 49 The cahiers might have sought protection and the maintenance of order from an enlarged and better-paid maréchaussée, but they were not entirely uncritical of the institution.