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.
Protestants -- Germany (West) -- History. : Zwei Konfessionen in einer Stadt : das Zusammenleben von Katholiken und Protestanten in den paritätischen Reichsstädten Augsburg, Biberach, Ravensburg und Dinkelsbühl von 1548 bis 1648 / von Paul Warmbrunn.
Protestants -- History -- Early works to 1800. : The genealogie of Protestants, or A briefe discoverie of the first authours, founders & parents of their religion : who are proued by cleere and vndeniable demonstrations, out of the vvhole record of antiquitie, to haue bene the old condemned hereticks, that liued vvithin the compasse of the first six hundred yeeres after Christ.