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English Merchants and the Spanish Inquisition in the Canaries (Camden Society S.) by L. de & Chapman, A.B. Wallis (eds.) Alberti ISBN 13: 9780861930234

ISBN 10: 0861930231

Hardcover; London: Royal Historical Society, 1912; ISBN-13: 978-0861930234

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English Merchants and the Spanish Inquisition in the Canaries (Camden Society S.)

by L.De Alberti, A.B.Wallis Chapman

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9780861930234
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0861930231
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Camden Society . 174 pages. Spanish text and English Translation. A large DAMP mark on top edge of front end paper. Some damp fading to rear cover. (noticeable but not serious). End papers well browned and front end paper slightly torn at edge. Largely unopened. Hardback. English Merchants and the Spanish Inquistion in the Canaries. Camden Society Vol.XXIII . Read description . Hardcover. 1912.
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