Catalog Record: Elizabethae Reginae Angliae edictum : promulgatum Londini 29. Nouemb. Anni M.D.XCI. | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Elizabethae Reginae Angliae edictum : promulgatum Londini 29. Nouemb. Anni M.D.XCI. / Andreae Philopatri ad idem edictum responsio.

Main Author: Parsons, Robert, 1546-1610
Related Names: Elizabeth I Queen of England 1533-1603
Language(s): Latin
Published: [Germany? : s.n.], excusum. 1593.
Subjects: England and Wales. > Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I). > Declaration of great troubles pretended against the realme by a number of seminarie priests and Iesuists
Catholic Church > England
Catholic Church > Apologetic works > Early works to 1800
Counter-Reformation > England > Early works to 1800
Great Britain > History > Elizabeth, 1558-1603
Printer's devices (Printing) > 1593.
Physical Description: 361, [11] p. (final leaf blank) ; 16 cm. (8vo)
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