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Urbano Cerri

An account of the state of the Roman-Catholick religion throughout the world. Written for the use of Pope Innocent XI. by Monsignor Cerri, Secretary of the Congregation de propaganda Fide. Now first translated from an authentick Italian ms. never publish’d. To which is added, a discourse concerning the state of religion in England. Written in French, in the time of K. Charles I. and now first translated. With a large dedication to the present pope; giving him a very particular account of the state of religion amongst protestants; and of several other matters of importance relating to Great-Britain. By Sir Richard Steele.

London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane , 1715.
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An account of the state of the Roman-Catholick religion throughout the world. Written for the use of Pope Innocent XI. by Monsignor Cerri, Secretary of the Congregation de propaganda Fide. Now first translated from an authentick Italian ms. never publish’d. To which is added, a discourse concerning the state of religion in England. Written in French, in the time of K. Charles I. and now first translated. With a large dedication to the present pope; giving him a very particular account of the state of religion amongst protestants; and of several other matters of importance relating to Great-Britain. By Sir Richard Steele. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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