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Such lands were given without any consideration other than rendering fealty and homage. Only two allodial grants were made in New France, both to the Jesuit Order.
That seems different, though, because it requires rejecting one ideology/ingroup, namely Catholicism. It makes sense that people identifying as Catholic would resent that the Protestants found a way to weaken Catholicism, and apparently people who “took the soup” were ostracized. The epidemiology of the problem—how and why things got this way—is pretty blurry, too. Graber believes that bullshit helps explain why certain large-scale economic predictions have been wrong. This small booklet is a good overview of the life of Cardinal Richelieu and his impact on both France and the transition from Feudalism to modern Nation States.
This freehold estate was exempt from all burdens and subject to no feudal rights or incidents of any kind. In addition to rendering fealty and homage, tenants were bound to perform specified services in return for the grant.
It was subject to certain conditions: The free socager, as a crown vassal, must render fealty and homage to the King through his representative. A subtenant or subinfeudatory owed his obligations to a vassal instead of directly to the Crown.
Villein socagers were referred to as censitaires. Cens et rentes feu-duties: Martin's Day 11 November. Cens were nominal amounts, while rentes were specified at the time of feoffment, and could be in either produce or money.
In response to these increasingly subdivided farm plots and the issues of diminishing agricultural productivity associated with them, the Governor and the Intendant of New France petitioned the King in to issue a new ordinance rectifying the matter. The King responded by requiring the minimum plot size which a villein socager might cultivate or reside to be one arpent and a half of frontage by 30—40 arpents in depth.
Morris Altman, for example, argued that by shifting disposable wealth and therefore spending power from the villein socagers to the manorial lords crown vassalsthe system deeply altered the economy of New France. Furthermore, since the manorial lords rarely had their estates as their chief source of income, the relatively insignificant sums of money from the feu-duties were used largely in the purchase of luxury items which were almost always imported from France.
After the British conquest[ edit ] After the Battle of the Plains of Abraham and the conquest of Quebec by the British during the Seven Years' Warthe system became an obstacle to colonization by British settlers, not least because Britain had already abolished feudal land tenure under the Tenures Abolition Act Nevertheless, the Quebec Act of retained French civil law and therefore the manorial system.
This was the prime land; also many Englishmen and Scotsmen purchased manorial estates; others were divided equally between male and female offspring; some were run by the widows of manorial lords as their children grew to adulthood.
Over time land became subdivided among the owners' offspring and descendants, resulting in increasingly narrow plots of land. Lawrence and Ottawa rivers, accounting for the small triangle of land at Vaudreuil-Soulanges that belongs to Quebec rather than Ontario.
Only two outlying feudal manors were ever established in the area that became Upper Canada, being located at L'Original  on the Ottawa River and Cataraqui   at the eastern end of Lake Ontario at what is now Kingston and Wolfe Island. He declared that "a very large number of villein socagers have not yet redeemed for over the seventy years that they have been able to do so [since the passage of the law]" and they must "make an annual pilgrimage to pay [the dues], very often, to a stranger who has acquired rights originally belonging to our ancestral families".
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