The lawes and statutes of Geneva, as well concerning ecclesiasticall discipline, as civill government, with certaine proclamations duely executed, whereby Gods religion is most purely maintained, and their common-wealth quietly governed. Faithfully translated out of the French tongue wherein they are written in the register book of the same city

London : Printed by Tho. Fawcet, for Matthew Wallbanck, and Lawrence Chapman, 1643

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