Protestants -- England -- Early works to 1800 -- Early works to 1800. : An account of the reasons of the nobility and gentry's invitation of His Highness the Prince of Orange into England· : Being a memorial from the English Protestants concerning their grievances. With a large account of the birth of the Prince of Wales. Presented to their Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Orange.
Protestants -- France -- 17th century. : Great news from Dartmouth in Devonshire : of the wonderful escape of divers French Protestants from Charente near Rochel, and thier safe arrival at Dartmouth, the 24th of March.
Protestants -- France -- Economic conditions -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800. : Advertisement : this is to give notice, that the Lord Bishop of London and other charitable persons, having raised a stock to set the poor French Protestants at work on a linnen manufacture at Ipswich : there is made by them such cloth both ordinary and extraordinary fine proper for sheeting, shifts, half-shirts, bands, handkercheifs and other uses ... to be seen and sold at the house of Thomas Papillon Esq. in Fanchurchstreet near Billiter-lane in London ...
Protestants -- France -- History -- 17th century -- Sources. : The French King's declaration, that the children of those of the pretended reformed religion may change their religion at the age of seven years : with a prohibition that those of the said religion may not send their children to be bred in forreign countries : registred in Parliament the 8th day of July new stile, 1681. and printed at Paris.
Protestants -- France -- Rochel -- Early works to 1800. : A true and faithful narrative of the late barbarous cruelties and hard usages, exercised by the French against Protestants at Rochel, after their meeting at the market-place there ;by order of the intendant of that province. : Ar it was faithfully related, by a person of good crehit [sic], that has made made [sic] his escape from thence, and arrived at London on the 24th of September last.
Protestants -- France -- Savoy (France and Italy) : The state of Savoy, in which a full and distinct account is given of the persecution of the Protestants by means of the French councils : with the unreasonable conditions and demands that the French king would have put on the Duke of Savoy : and of the just causes and motives that induced that Duke to break off from the French interest and joyn with the confederates : together with the most memorable occurrences that hath since happen'd there : as also the true copies of all the letters and dispatches that passed between them.