The History of the Popes: Their Church and State, and Especially of Their Conflicts with Protestantism in the Sixteenth & Seventeenth Centuries, Volume 1
G. Bell and sons, 1889
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The History of the Popes, Their Church and State and Especially of Their ...
Leopold Von Ranke,E. Foster
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