Ecclesiae Restaurata; Or, the History of the Reformation of the Church of England: Containing the Biginning, Progress, and Successes of It; ... from the First Preparations to it by King Henry the Eight, Untill the Legal Settling, and Establishment of it Under Queen Elizabeth: Together with the Intermixture of Such Civil Actions, and Affairs of State, as Either Were Co-incident with It, Or Related to It. By Peter Heylyn: Affairs of church and state in England, during the life and reign of queen Mary, Volume 2
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