A Compendious History of the Reformation in France, and of the Reformed Churches in that Kingdom: From the First Beginnings of the Reformation, to the Repealing of the Edict of Nantz. With an Account of the Late Persecution of the French Protestants Under Lewis XIV. Extracted Out of the Best Authorities. A Work Never Before Published. Wherein the Many Falsifications of the Jesuit Daniel, Author of The History of France, in Matters Relating to Religion, are Set Forth in Their Full Light, and Proved by His Own Quotations, Volumen4,Libro 8


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