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An abridgment of the History of the Council of Constance

Philip Le Fanu

An abridgment of the History of the Council of Constance

With an appendix concerning Mr. O"Leary; ... By the Rev. Philip Lefanu, D.D.

by Philip Le Fanu

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Published by printed by W. M"Kenzie in Dublin .
Written in English


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