The intrigues of the conclave, at the choosing of a pope : as also a particular relation of what past at the election of Sixtus V, and Clement VIII : to which is added an historical essay, to demonstrate that according to the principles of the Church of Rome, there has not been, nor can be, any true and lawful pope since the election of Sixtus V / written by a gentleman of Rome Gentleman of Rome

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Sixtus, V, Pope 1520-1590.; Popes - Election.; Clement, VIII, Pope 1536-1605.
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