An edict of the French king, prohibiting all publick exercise of the pretended reformed religion in his kingdom Together with a brief and true account of the persecution. To which is added, The form of abjuration the revolting Protestants are to subscribe and swear to, with a Declaration of his electoral highness of Brandenburg, in favour of those of the reformed religion. Transl, Volume 1
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