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There are two books bearing this title, both in the French language. The first, published at Paris in 1695, was written by the Jesuit [[Catrou, François (1659-1737)|Francois Catrou]] (reprinted Paris 1706); the second book is anonymous. It was published at Amsterdam in 1700 and is a partial re-edition of [[Hortensius, Lambertus (1500-1574)|L. Hortensius']] <em>Tumultuum Anabaptistarum liber unus</em>.
 
There are two books bearing this title, both in the French language. The first, published at Paris in 1695, was written by the Jesuit [[Catrou, François (1659-1737)|Francois Catrou]] (reprinted Paris 1706); the second book is anonymous. It was published at Amsterdam in 1700 and is a partial re-edition of [[Hortensius, Lambertus (1500-1574)|L. Hortensius']] <em>Tumultuum Anabaptistarum liber unus</em>.
 
 
 
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There are two books bearing this title, both in the French language. The first, published at Paris in 1695, was written by the Jesuit Francois Catrou (reprinted Paris 1706); the second book is anonymous. It was published at Amsterdam in 1700 and is a partial re-edition of L. Hortensius' Tumultuum Anabaptistarum liber unus.


Date Published 1956


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