Gattung:
Zeitschrift
Titel:
Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland
Körperschaft:
Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland

Normierte Form : [Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland]

Erscheinungsjahr:
Erscheinungsort:
London

Normierte Form : [London]

Signatur:
XXI 81
Aufsätze der Zeitschrift:

- Archbishop Marsh and the Discipline of the French Church of St. Patrick's, Dublin 1694
- Bernard Palissy (1510 - 1599): Master of rustic Pottery
- Gaspard de Coligny
- George Dorée, Citizen and Weaver of London, b. 1844 d. 1916, the Maker of King Edward VII's Coronation Velbet
- Huguenot Educators for European Nobility 1630-1715
- Jean de Robethon, a contested figure behind the throne
- La Colonie Huguenotte de Friedrichsdorf
- Marie Durand: A Story of Huguenot Resistance in the 18th Century
- Notes on the Familiy Beuzeville
- Notes on the War of the Cévennes
- Notes sur la Famille Auriol
- Notes to the Pedigree of Boulie de Beauregard and Gilbert
- Polish Protestants and the Huguenots
- Pope Gregory XIII. and the Massacre of St. Bartholomew
- Popr Innocent XI. and the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes
- Some Account of the French Refugee Family of Courtauld
- Some Huguenot Wills
- Some Illustrations of Papal Medals
- Some Notes on Sir Samuel Romilly and Étienne Dumont
- Some Records of the Family of Digues de La Touche
- Survey of Languedoc in 1698
- The Documents relating to the Relief of French Protestant Refugees, 1693 to 1718, preserbed in the Records Office at Guildhall, London
- The dubious affair of Pierre Laurent de Saumery
- The Dutch and Huguenot Settlements in Ipswich
- The Edict of Nantes and Freedom in the World of To-day
- The Family of Blutte
- The Family of Rebotier
- The Huguenots under Louis XV. (1715-1774)
- The importance of Religion in the Educational Theory of Jean Rou
- The Registers of the Reformed Church at La Roche-Beaucourt
- The strangers' progress: Integration and disintegration of the Huguenot and Walloon refugee community, 1567 - 1889; Essays in memory of Irene Scouloudi
- The Work of Theodore de Bry and his Sons, Engravers