Records of the Reformation: The Divorce 1527-1533. Mostly Now for the First Time Printed from Mss. in the British Museum, the Public Record Office, the Venetian Archives and Other Libraries, 2. cilt

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Nicholas Pocock
Clarendon Press, 1870
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