The Breuiarie of Britayne: As this Most Noble, and Renowmed [sic] Iland, was of Auncient Time Deuided Into Three Kindomes, England, Scotland, and Wales ...
by Richard Iohnes: and are to be solde at his shop, ioynyng to the southwest doore of Paules Church, 1573 - Celtic languages - 192 pages
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