William Godwin's Diary

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Morland, p. 72 (23  January  1806) Possibly:
Morland, Sir SamuelThe history of the evangelical churches of the valleys of Piemont: Containing a most exact geographical description of the place, and a faithfull account of the doctrine, life, and persecutions of the ancient inhabitants. Together with a most naked and punctual relation of the late bloudy massacres, 1655. And a narrative of all the following transactions, to the year of our Lord, 1658. All which are justified, partly by divers ancient manuscripts written many hundred years before Calvin or Luther, and partly by other most authentick attestations: the true original of the greatest part whereof, are to be seen in their proper languages by all the curious in the publick library of the famous University of Cambridge. 1658
WG's History of the Commonwealth cites:
Morland, History of Evangelical Churches in Piedmont (7:205).

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