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Epistolae Indicae : de praeclaris et stupendis rebus, quas divina bonitas in India & variis insulis, per Societate nominis Iesu operari dignata est, in tam copiosa Gentium ad fidem conversione
Bib ID 1181955
Format BookBook
Author
Jesuits
 
Uniform Title Letters from missions (The East)
Edition Secunda editio auctior. 
Description Lovanii : Apud R. Velpium, 1566 
[24], 418, [21] p. ; 16 cm. (8vo) 
Notes

Title vignette; head and tailpieces; capitals.

Reports by Francis Xavier and others, compiled and edited by J. Rutilius Sombergius.

Includes index.

Subjects Jesuits - Missions - Asia.  |  Missions - Asia.
Other authors/contributors Rutilius Sombergius, Joannes

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