2 edition of Letter from the Count Sinzendorf, Chancellor of the Court to His Imperial and Catholick Majesty found in the catalog.
Letter from the Count Sinzendorf, Chancellor of the Court to His Imperial and Catholick Majesty
Zinzendorf, Philipp Ludwig Graf von.
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Catholics -- Fiction. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.. Broader terms: Catholics; Fiction; Narrower terms: Catholic converts -- Fiction; Catholics -- England -- Fiction. His Grace, the Duke of Bavaria, regardless of the difficulty of this business, danger and problems, is prepared to commit his own person, his worthy house, land and subjects, and is also prepared to give further proof of his affection and support to His Imperial Majesty, his Royal Highness in Spain and the entire praiseworthy House of Austria.
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A Letter from the Count de Sinzendorf, Chancellor of the Court to his Imperial and Catholic Majesty, sent to Mons. de Palm, the Emperor's Resident at the Court of Great Britain. A letter from the Count Sinzendorf, Chancellor of the Court to His Imperial and Catholick Majesty sent to Monsieur de Palm the Emperor's resident in the court of Great-Britain, dated from Vienna the 20th of February by Holy Roman Empire ().
A letter from the Count Sinzendorf, Chancellor of the Court to His Imperial and Catholick Majesty, found: NUC pre (Zinzendorf, Philipp Ludwig, graf von) Editorial Notes.
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