Life and writings of Juán de Valdés otherwise Valdesso, Spanish reformer in the sixteenth century by Benjamin B. Wiffen

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Statementby Benjamin B. Wiffen. With a translation from the Italian of his Hundred and ten considerations, by John T. Betts.
ContributionsValdés, Juan de, d. 1541., Betts, John T. b. 1810, tr.
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LC ClassificationsBR75.V3 W5
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Paginationxiii, 590 p.
Number of Pages590
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Open LibraryOL6617048M
LC Control Number19009837
OCLC/WorldCa2216928

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