History Of Popery, August 8, 1679

History Of Popery

August 08, 1679

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Issue date: Tuesday, August 8, 1679

Pages available: 6

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Publication name: History Of Popery

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 982

Years available: 1678 - 1683

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