Three years later England had entered the field as an upholder of the pragmatic sanction.
The pragmatic sanction of Bourges embraces twenty-three articles.
His father had guaranteed the pragmatic sanction, but as the conditions on which the guarantee had Frederick the Great.
The pragmatic sanction was still observed as the law of the land.
Moreover, the first use that it made of its pragmatic sanction was to break it—and happily.
Maria Theresa appealed to the guarantors of the pragmatic sanction.
The pragmatic sanction was intended to establish a new political order of things in Italy, which was reunited to the empire.
pragmatic sanction once acceded to, would probably propitiate the Kaiser?
All Charles' efforts on behalf of the pragmatic sanction proved to have been labour spent in vain.
Now the pragmatic sanction was a contract between the churches of France and the pope to regulate their mutual relations.