The History of the Rights of Princes in the Disposing of Ecclesiastical Benefices and Church-lands: Relating Chiefly to the Pretensions of the Crown of France to the Regale, and the Late Contests with the Court of Rome. To which is Added, a Collection of Letters Written on that Occasion: and of Some Other Remarkable Papers Put in an Appendix. By Gilbert Burnet, Part 4
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