An Historical Account of the Sufferings and Death of the Faithful Confessor and Martyr, M. Isaac Le Fevre, an Advocate of Parliament: Who After 18 Years Imprisonment, Died a Slave in the French King's Gallies. Together with a Particular Relation of the Condition of the Other Miserable Prisoners There
T.W., 1704 - Dragonnades - 158 pages
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