Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine,  3rd ser. 3 (1824), 312–17.

An Account of Some Early Protestants and Martyrs in Spain  [1/2]



Serial—Introduction; Extract, Essay

Publications extracted:

Quarterly Review


Christianity, Cultural Geography

    The extract relates of Renaissance Spain that 'the clergy rejoiced in the extirpation of such works, Greek, Latin, or Castillian, as implied the existence of any real science besides school-divinity' (313).

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