A speech of King Henry, IV. of France to his parliament

Publication Date1681
RemainderWherein, he rebukes them for opposing the Jesuits; and shews his disbelief of their plots and attempts against his person, after the attempts of Chastel and Barriers had miscarried, and those traitors executed, and some time before that of Ravilliac took effect. With other passages on that occasion, communicated in a letter to Rome by a Jesuit. And now rendred out of the Italian
Extent12 p.
Publisherprinted for Jacob Tonson at the Judges Head in Chancery Lane

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