The State of Christendom: Giving a Perfect and Exact Discovery of Many Political Interregues and Secret Mysteries of State Practised in Most of the Courts of Europe. With an Account of Their Several Claims, Interests, and Pretensions
Printed, and are to be sold by Samuel Thompson ... Robert Horn ... Henry Mortlack ... Peter Parker, 1667 - Christianity - 294 pages
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