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The memoirs of a Protestant, condemned to the galleys of France

Jean Marteilhe

The memoirs of a Protestant, condemned to the galleys of France

for his religion. Written by himself. ... In two volumes. ... Translated from the original, just published at the Hague, by James Willington.

by Jean Marteilhe

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Published by printed for R. Griffiths; and E. Dilly in London .
Written in English


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FormatMicroform
Pagination2v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21216010M


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Written by himself. In two volumes. Translated from the. Hague, by James Willington. Volume 2. Jean Marteilhe has written: 'The memoirs of a protestant, condemned to the galleys of France, for his religion.' 'The memoirs of a protestant' -- subject(s): Huguenots, Huguenots in France.

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