Newes Out of France: Concerning Great Troubles Likely to Ensue, by Occasion of the Departure of the Queene Mother from Blois and the Causes Thereof. Faithfully Translated, According to the French Copie. (1619) by Victor-Am Savoie (Paperback / softback, 2010)
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