Istoria di Maria Stuarda, Regina di Francia, e di Scotia : manuscript translation of a portion of La cour sainte, [ca. 1750].

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Caussin, Nicolas, 1583-1651. Istoria di Maria Stuarda, Regina di Francia, e di Scotia : manuscript translation of a portion of La cour sainte, [ca. 1750].

Istoria di Maria Stuarda, Regina di Francia, e di Scotia : manuscript translation of a portion of La cour sainte, [ca. 1750].

1 item (98 p.), bound ; 28 cm.

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