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JAN DE WITT contra ORANJE. 1650-1672. Geschiedkundige bijdrage, uit officiele bescheiden geput, met drie bijlagen, Bevattende onuitgegeven stukken, de verhooren van Cornelis de Witt, enz.

Kroon, A.W.

Published by Jan D. Brouwer, Amsterdam, 1868
Used Condition Fine Hardcover
From Antiquariaat Anton W. van Bekhoven (Kampen, Netherlands) Quantity Available: 1
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Amsterdam,1868. In-8o.XI-238 pp.Orig. publisher's cloth binding. Weight: 400 grams. In fine near perfect condition. Bookseller Inventory # 0002494

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Title: JAN DE WITT contra ORANJE. 1650-1672. ...

Publisher: Jan D. Brouwer, Amsterdam

Publication Date: 1868

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 1st Edition

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