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Den waren Barnevelt, waer in ons klaer vertoont werdt, wat hem met alle zijne martelaren is overgekomen : tot verlichting van vele liefhebbers, die tot noch toe daer in sijn blint geweest
Bib ID 1592707
Format BookBook
Description [Netherlands : s.n.], gedruckt in 't jaer 1673 
16 [i.e. 15] p. ; 19 cm. (4to) 
Series

Dutch pamphlets

Notes

Spine title: Dutch pamphlets.

Not listed in Knuttel, appears to be a variant of 10693.

Subjects Netherlands -- Politics and government -- 1648-1714.

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