Catalog Record: The groans of Germany, or, The enquiry of a Protestant German into the original cause of the present distractions of the empire, the fatal consequences of an emperor devoted to France ... : as also observations on the neutrality of one of the Northern electorates, and the vote of a certain elector in favour of the Duke of Bavaria | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The groans of Germany, or, The enquiry of a Protestant German into the original cause of the present distractions of the empire, the fatal consequences of an emperor devoted to France ... : as also observations on the neutrality of one of the Northern electorates, and the vote of a certain elector in favour of the Duke of Bavaria / translated from the original lately publish'd at The Hague

Related Names: Bolingbroke, Henry St. John Viscount 1678-1751, Ralph, James d. 1762
Language(s): English
Published: London : [s.n.], 1741
Edition: 6th ed
Subjects: Bavaria (Germany) > Politics and government > 1180-1777
Europe > History > 1648-1789
Europe > Politics and government > 1648-1789
Physical Description: 32 p. ; 20 cm
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