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The bourgeois (old-established Genevan families) and the habitants (inhabitants who had newly migrated to the city) steadily increased their effective influence over their own affairs so that, by 1519, they had gained a substantial measure of sell-government. This was exercised through four Syndics as chief officials and a complex but far from unique series of councils of which the most important was the small council of 24 (exclusively for the bourgeois'). Other councils such as the council of 60, the council of 200 and the general council of the city occasionally met to debate and decide important issues and elections.
As t h o u g h all these things were said in vain: that his flesh is truly food, that his blood is truly d r i n k (John 6, 55); that none shall have life except those who eat his flesh a n d d r i n k his blood (John 6, 53), and o t h e r passages u p o n the s a m e lines . . R a t h e r I urge my readers not to confine their m e n t a l horizons too n a r r o w l y but to strive much higher than I can lead them. For, w h e n e v e r this m a t t e r is discussed, when I have tried to say e v e r y t h i n g , I feel that I have yet said little in p r o p o r t i o n to its w o r t h .
Calvin translated the early edition into French in 1541 and dictated another French translation of the final edition in 1560. It has subsequently been translated into several languages, into English no less than four times, not counting abridgements and adaptations. L. Battles. 12 Preface addressed to Francis I, King of France (Basel, 23 August 1535) When I first set my hand to this work, nothing was further from m y mind, most glorious King, than to write something that might afterwards be offered to Your Majesty.
John Calvin by Jean Calvin; G R Potter; Mark Greengrass