The Life of the Learned Sir Thomas Smith, Kt.D.C.L., Principal Secretary of State to King Edward the Sixth, and Queen Elizabeth: Wherein are Discovered Many Singular Matters Relating to the State of Learning, the Reformation of Religion, and the Transactions of the Kingdom, During His Time. In All which He Had a Great and Happy Influence
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