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A Discourse of the Civile Warres and Late Troubles in Fraunce, Drawn into Englishe by G. Fenton

by Geoffrey Fenton

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Published by Walter J Johnson .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature: Classics

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEnglish Experience Series No. 248
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9086761M
    ISBN 109022102483
    ISBN 109789022102480

    A particuler discourse concerning the greate necessitie and manifolde comodyties that are like to growe to this Realme of Englande by the Westerne discoueries lately attempted, written in the yere by Richarde Hackluyt of Oxforde, at the requeste and direction of the righte worshipfull Mr. Walter Raghly, nowe Knight, before the comynge home of his twoo barkes, and is devided into XXI. B) was an intensification of principles established by the Civil Constitution of the Clergy. C) renewed the hostilities between the French state and the Catholic Church. D) returned all Church lands appropriated by the revolution. E) did not revoke the principle of religious freedom established by the revolution.

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