Troubles and Martyrdom of the Rev. George Marsh, Protestant Martyr, of the Parish of Dean, Near Bolton, Lancashire, Who Suffered Martyrdom April 24, A.D. 1555; His Letters, and an Introduction
by Hewlett, Alfred
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- Troubles and Martyrdom of the Rev. George Marsh, Protestant Martyr, of the Parish of Dean, Near Bolton, Lancashire, Who Suffered Martyrdom April 24, A.D. 1555; His Letters, and an Introduction
- Hewlett, Alfred
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