Campanella Revived, Or, an Enquiry Into the History of the Royal Society, Whether the Virtuosi There Do Not Pursue the Projects of Campanella for the Reducing England Unto Popery Being the Extract of a Letter to a Person of Honour (1670)
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"Campanella revived, or, An enquiry into the history of the Royal Society, whether the virtuosi there do not pursue the projects of Campanella for the reducing England unto Popery being the extract of a letter to a person of honour"
De monarchia Hispanica discursus.
Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676.
Attributed to Henry Stubbs [Stubbe]. cf. NUC pre-1956.
Includes a discussion of Tommaso Campanella's De monarchia hispanica.
, 22 p.
London: Printed for the author, 1670.
Wing / S6030
Reproduction of the original in the Osler Library, McGill University
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