Henry IV, Makers of History
by John S. C. Abbott
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 1009
There is no portion of history fraught with more valuable instruction than the period of those terrible religious wars which desolated the sixteenth century. There is no romance so wild as the veritable history of those times.
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