History of the Jesuits: From the Foundation of Their Society to Its Suppression by Pope Clement XIV.; Their Missions Throughout the World; Their Educational System and Literature; with Their Revival and Present State. By Andrew Steinmetz. Wood Engravings by George Measom, Том 3

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