The arrival of the new king Henry III seems to offer hope for an
end to the French Wars of Religion. Damville, Marshal of France,
issues a manifesto from Languedoc calling for religious toleration,
administrative reforms and the expulsion of the inflammatory
Catholic Guise family.
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Editors. "Damville, Marshal of France, calls for religious toleration". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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