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The history of France, from the accession of Henry the Third, in 1574, to the death of Henry the Fourth, in 1610. Preceded by a view of the civil, military and political state of Europe, between the middle, and the close of the sixteenth century; and followed by a view of the state of Europe at the accession of Louis the Thirteenth. Preview this item
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The history of France, from the accession of Henry the Third, in 1574, to the death of Henry the Fourth, in 1610. Preceded by a view of the civil, military and political state of Europe, between the middle, and the close of the sixteenth century; and followed by a view of the state of Europe at the accession of Louis the Thirteenth.

Author: Nathaniel William Wraxall, Sir
Publisher: London, T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1814.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2d edView all editions and formats
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Wraxall, Nathaniel William, Sir, 1751-1831.
History of France, from the accession of Henry the Third, in 1574, to the death of Henry the Fourth, in 1610.
London, T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1814
(OCoLC)563015101
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nathaniel William Wraxall, Sir
OCLC Number: 1389624
Notes: First edition, 1795.
"State of Europe": v. 1-2.
Description: 6 volumes 22 cm
Responsibility: By Sir N. Willm. Wraxall, bart.

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