Spain and the Jacobean Catholics.

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Published by Catholic Record Society in [London] .

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Documents in English and Spanish, with English translations.

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SeriesCatholic Record Society Publications -- vol.64
ContributionsLoomie, Albert J. 1922-
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Open LibraryOL20381406M

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Spain and the Jacobean Catholics Volume II: Hardcover – January 1, by Albert J. (ed) Loomie (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Albert J. (ed) Loomie. Genre/Form: Spanish language materials History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Spain and the Jacobean Catholics.

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James I's peace treaty with Spain in rendered travel to Catholic Europe both safer and more respectable than it had been under the Tudors and opened up the continent to a new generation of aristocratic explorers, enquirers and adventurers.

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