Muslims Poetry : Rome for the Great Turke, or else, The Great Turke for little Rome : being a briefe narration of the present calamity of the King of Hungaries country and some other parts adjacent thereunto : with an humble perswasion to all Christian princes to joyne couragiously and unanimously together to lower and suppresse the pride and tyranny of this inhumane and young railing Robshakeh that boldly writes himselfe an implacable enemy to all that professe and owne the name of Christianity.; E. F.
Muslims Spain Social Conditions : The most noble of people : religious, ethnic, and gender identity in Muslim Spain / Jessica A. Coope.; Coope, Jessica A.,
Muslims Spain Social Life And Customs : To live like a moor : christian perceptions of Muslim identity in medieval and early modern Spain / Olivia Remie Constable ; edited by Robin Vose ; foreword by David Nirenberg.; Constable, Olivia Remie,
Muslims Spain Social Life And Customs History : To Live Like a Moor : Christian Perceptions of Muslim Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Spain / Olivia Remie Constable ; edited by Robin Vose ; foreword by David Nirenberg.; Constable, Olivia Remie,
Musson Obadiah 1674 : Harvest-home : being the summe of certain sermons upon Job 5. 26 : one whereof was preached at the funeral of Mr. Ob. Musson, an aged Godly minister of the Gospel in the Royally licensed rooms in Coventry : the other since continued upon the subject / by J.B. D.D, ... ; the first part being a preparation of the corn for the sickle, the latter will be the reaping, shocking and inning of that corn which is so fitted.; Bryan, John,
Mustafa B Ii Sultan Of The Turks 1664 1703 : A true narrative of the great solemnity of the circumcision of Mustapha Prince of Turkie, eldest son of Sultan Mahomet present emperour of the Turks. : Together with and account of the marriage of his daughter to his great favourite Mussaip at Adrianople, as it was sent in a letter to person of honour / by Mr. Coke secretary of the Turkie Company; ; being in company with his excellency the Lord Embassador Sir John Finch.; Coke,