carpenter of Rouen, or, The massacre of St. Bartholomew
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carpenter of Rouen, or, The massacre of St. Bartholomew a romantic drama in four acts by J. S Jones

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Published by T.H. Lacy in London .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Statementby J.S. Jones.
SeriesLacy"s acting edition -- no. 60
The Physical Object
Pagination39 p. ;
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19329077M

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The carpenter of Rouen; or, A revenge for the massacre of St. Bartholomew, a romantic drama in three acts. The carpenter of Rouen: or, The massacre of St. Bartholomew: A romantic drama in four acts / by J.S. Jones. The "Perennial Calendar" quotes, that—"In that savage scene, the massacre of St. Bartholomew, planned with all the coolness of deliberation, five hundred gentlemen, protestants, and ten thousand persons of inferior rank were massacred in one night at Paris alone, and great numbers in the provinces.   Saint Bartholomew’s Day This massacre of which Protestants were the victims occurred in Paris on 24 August, (the feast of St. Bartholomew), and in the provinces of France during the ensuing weeks, and it has been the subject of knotty historical disputes. The first point argued was whether or not the massacre had been [ ].

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Regarding the so-called Apocalypse of St. Bartholomew see Gospel of St. Bartholomew. The apocrypha and the Church At a very early period orthodox writers and, presumably, ecclesiastical authorities found it necessary to distinguish between the genuine inspired books and a multitude of spurious rivals — a fact which is a very important element.   In George Washington ordered a bookplate incorporating his family coat-of-arms to be engraved and asked for more than printed co. Associated Locations: Paris, France Other multiple locations in France Associated Dates: Aug – Born Taken from the book Foxes Book of Martyrs. On the twenty second day of August, , commenced this diabolical act of sanguinary brutality. It was intended to destroy at one stroke the root of the Protestant tree, which had only. Author of Moll Pitcher, or, The fortune teller of Lynn, The Green Mountain boy, Life of Jefferson S. Batkins, Captain Kyd, or, The wizard of the sea, The people's lawyer, The carpenter of Rouen, or, The massacre of St. Bartholomew, The silver spoon, The surgeon of Paris, or, The massacre of St. Bartholomew.