The History of the Penal Laws Enacted Against Roman Catholics: The Operation and Results of that System of Legalized Plunder, Persecution, and Proscription : Originating in Rapacity and Fradulent Designs, Concealed Under False Pretences, Figments of Reform, and a Simulated Zeal for the Interests of True Religion
T. Richardson, 1847 - 343 pagina's
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