A short relation of the brave exploits of the Vaudois, and of God's miraculous providence in their preservation in the late war against the French in Piedmont. :
Taken from, and attested by some of their chief commanders now in these kingdoms. Unto which is added some few cautions to the Protestants of Ireland. Written for our encouragement against popery. By Samuel D'Assigny, a lover of his king and country.
|Main Creator:||D'Assigny, Samuel, b. 1673 or 4.|
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Dublin : printed by John Brent, at the back of Dick's Coffee-House in Skinner-Row, near the Tholsell, 1699.
Physical description: , 5-23,  p. ; 4⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed., 1994), D288
Citations/References: Dix, 310