Catalog Record: Histoire de l'archiduc Albert : governeur général puis prince souverain de la Belgique | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Histoire de l'archiduc Albert : governeur général puis prince souverain de la Belgique / par M. de Montpleinchamp ; annotée par A. L. P. de Robaulx de Soumoy.

Main Author: Bruslé de Montpleinchamp, Jean-Chrysostome, 1641-1724
Related Names: Robaulx de Soumoy, Aimé Louis Philémon de 1808-1881.
Language(s): French
Published: Nendeln : Kraus Reprint, 1977.
Subjects: Albrecht > VII, > Archduke of Austria, > 1559-1621.
Belgium > History > 1555-1648.
Note: Issued with Procès de Martin Et́ienne van Velden [Nendln, Liechtenstein, 1977] and Mémoires sur le Marquis de Varembon. [Nendln, Liechtenstein, 1977].
Reprint of the 1870 ed. published by the Société de l'Histoire de Belgique, Brussels.
Physical Description: xxiv, 651 p. : fold. map ; 22 cm.
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