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Endress, an Anabaptist of Solm, Hesse, Germany, whom Philip of Hesse vainly tried to release after a nine-year imprisonment.

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Archiv für hessische Geschichte und Altertumskunde 10 (1864): 371 ff.


Date Published 1956


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