The memoires of Monsieur Deageant

Publication Date1690
Remaindercontaining the most secret transactions and affairs of France, from the death of Henry VI [sic]. till the beginning of the ministry of the Cardinal de Richelieu. To which is added a particular relation of the Arch-Bishop of Embrun's voyage into England, and of his negociation for the advancement of the Roman Catholick religion here; together with the Duke of Buckingham's letters to the said Arch-Bishop about the progress of that affair: which happened the last years of King James I. his reign. Faithfully translated out of the French original
Extent[8], 275, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for Richard Baldwin in the Old Baily



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