A Collection of State Tracts: Publish'd on Occasion of the Late Revolution in 1688, and During the Reign of King William III. To which is Prefix'd, The History of the Dutch War in 1672. Translated from the French Copy Printed at Paris in 1682, which was Supprest at the Instance of the English Ambassador, Because of the Discoveries it Made of the League Betwixt the Kings of France and England for Enslaving Europe, and Introducing the Popish Religion Into These Kingdoms, and the United Provinces ...
1706 - Great Britain
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