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Author: Marie de Médicis, Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France, 1573-1642.
Title: A declaration of the Queene, mother of the most Christian King. Containing the reasons of her departure out of the Low-Countreys; and disadvowing a manifest, set out in her name upon the same argument.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A declaration of the Queene, mother of the most Christian King. Containing the reasons of her departure out of the Low-Countreys; and disadvowing a manifest, set out in her name upon the same argument.
Marie de Médicis, Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France, 1573-1642.

London: Printed by John Raworth, for Joshua Kirton and Thomas Warren, and are to be sold at their shop, at the signe of the White-horse in Saint Pauls Church-yard, 1639.
Alternate titles: Declaration da la reyne Mere du Roy tres-Crestien. English
Notes:
A translation of: Declaration da la reyne Mere du Roy tres-Crestien.
The first leaf is blank.
With a final imprimatur leaf.
Signed at end: Marie.
Reproduction of the original in the Library of Congress.
Subject terms:
France -- History -- Louis XIII, 1610-1643 -- Sources -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07149.0001.001

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A Declaration of the Queene, Mother of the most Christian KING, Containing the reasons of her departure out of the Low-Countreys, and disadvowing a Manifest, set out in her name, upon the same Argument.