Bibliothèque de la Providence: Catalogue of the French Hospital

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Chiswick Press, 1890 - Library catalogs
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Page 29 - Memoirs of the reigns of Francis ii. and Charles ix. of France. Containing a particular account of the three first civil wars raised and carried on by the Hugenots in that kingdom, wherein the most remarkable passages in the reigns of King Henry vux.
Page 143 - The State of Christendom ; or a most Exact and Curious Discovery of many Secret Passages and Hidden Mysteries of the Times.
Page 97 - AN HISTORICAL COLLECTION, of the most memorable Accidents, and Tragicall Massacres of France, under the Raignes of Henry 2, Francis 2, Charles 9, Henry 3, Henry 4, now living.
Page 127 - The History of Mademoiselle de St. Phale, giving a full account of the miraculous conversion of a noble French lady and her daughter to the Reformed Religion. With the Defeat of the Intriegues of a Jesuite, their confessor. Translated out of French, by B.
Page 113 - PERRIN (John Paul) Luther's Fore-Runners : or a Cloud of Witnesses deposing for the Protestant Faith : Gathered together in the History of the Waldenses.
Page 131 - SMILES'S HUGUENOTS AFTER THE REVOCATION. The Huguenots in France after the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes ; with a Visit to the Country of the Vaudois. By SAMUEL SMILES. Crown 8vo, Cloth, $2 00. SMILES'S LIFE OF THE STEPHENSONS.
Page 90 - London's Roll of Fame: Being Complimentary Notes and Addresses from the City of London, on Presentation of the Honorary Freedom of that City, and on other Occasions, to Royal Personages, Statesmen, Patriots, Warriors, Arctic Explorers, Discoverers, Philanthropists, and Scientific Men; with their Replies and Acknowledgements.
Page 73 - Lustra Ludovici, or the Life of the late Victorious King of France, Lewis the XIII. (And of his Cardinal de Richelieu.) Divided into Seven Lustres.
Page 70 - And that our compliance with England is the onely meanes for this. Together with severall remarkes upon the present, and conjectures on the future state 'of affaires in Europe, especially as relating to this Republick. By a wellwisher to the reformed religion, and the wellfare of these countries.
Page 82 - LANGALLERIE (Marquess de) Memoirs of the Intrigues of the French, Spanish, and Bavarian Courts, and the most remarkable Battles in Germany, Spain, and Flanders, &c. from 1687 to 1707. Translated from the French. 8vo. London, 1708. [B. 6. 48.] THE FRENCH KING'S Letter to Monsieur the Cardinal D'Estrees. 4to. Versailles, Sept. 6, 1688. [N. 8. 24.] A NEW DECLARATION of the Confederate Princes and States against Lewis XIV. King...

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