|Author:||Innocent XII, Pope, 1615-1700.|
|Title:||A letter from Pope Innocent the XII to the emperour,: wherein he indeavours to perswade him to a peace; with His Imperial Majesties answer. : To which is subjoyned the resolutions of the confederates in the present conjuncture. / Done out of French.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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A letter from Pope Innocent the XII to the emperour,: wherein he indeavours to perswade him to a peace; with His Imperial Majesties answer. : To which is subjoyned the resolutions of the confederates in the present conjuncture. / Done out of French.
Innocent XII, Pope, 1615-1700., Leopold Holy Roman Emperor, 1640-1705.
London: Printed by H. Hills, in Black-Fryers, 
Grand Alliance, War of the, 1689-1697
A Letter from Pope Innocent the XII. to the Emperour, where∣in He Indeavours to perswade Him to a Peace; With His Im∣perial Majesties answer. To which is subjoyned the Reso∣lutions of the Confederates in the present Conjuncture.
The Resolution taken by the Confederate Princes, and other Allied Powers, in Relation to France.