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Edit de révocation de l'Edit de Nantes. English

Title:Edit de révocation de l'Edit de Nantes. English
Alternate title:An edict of the French King prohibiting all publick exercise of the pretended reformed religion in his kingdom wherein he recalls and totally annuls the perpetual and irrevocable edict of King Henry the IV, his grandfather, given at Nantes, full of most gracious concessions to protestants : together with a brief and true account of the persecution carried on against those of the foresaid religion for to make them abjure and apostatize : to which is added to form of abjuration the revolting protestants are to subscribe and swear to : with a declaration of his Electoral Highness of Brandenburg, in favour of those of the reformed religion, who shall think fit to settle themselves in any of his dominions / translated out of French.
Note:[London?] : Printed by G.M. ..., 1686
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Subject:Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1610
Subject:France -- Edit de Nantes
Subject:Protestants -- France -- Early works to 1800
Subject:Freedom of religion -- France -- Early works to 1800
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