Turkey History 1683 1829 Sources : A Journal of the Venetian campaigne, A.D. 1687, under the conduct of the Capt. General Morosini, General Coningsmark, [brace] [brace] Providitor Gen. Cornaro, General Venieri, &c. / translated from the Italian original, sent from Venice, and printed by order of the most serene republick.
Turkey History Bayezid I 1389 1403 : Bondage and travels in Europe : a native of Bavaria, in Europe, Asia, and Africa, 1396-1427 / translated from the Heidelberg ms. edited in 1859 by Karl Friedrich Neumann ; by J. Buchan Telfer ; with notes by P. Bruun and a preface, introduction, and notes by the translator and editor.; Schiltberger, Johannes,
Turkey History Mehmed Iii 1595 1603 : A True relation of taking of Alba-Regalis : in the German tongue, called Sfullweissenburgh [sic], the chiefe cittie in Nether-Hungarie, which was taken by the Christian armie, the twentith [sic] of September last past, 1601 / truely traslated [sic] out of the German tongue.
Turkey History Mehmed Iv 1623 1640 Early Works To 1800 : The history of the present state of the Ottoman Empire : Containing the maxims of the Turkish polity, the most material points of the Mahometan religion, their sects and heresies, their convents and religious votaries. Their military discipline, with an exact computation of their forces both by sea and land. Illustrated with divers pieces of sculpture representing the variety of habits amongst the Turks. In three books. By Sir Paul Ricaut, late consul of Smyrna and fellow of the Royal Society.; Rycaut, Paul,
Turkey History Military 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Learne of a Turk, or Instructions and advise sent from the Turkish Army at Constantinople, to the English Army at London. / Faithfully and impartially communicated by M.B. one of the attendants of the English agent there.; M. B.,
Turkey History Mohammed Iv 1648 1687 : A new survey of the Turkish empire, history and government compleated. : Being an exact and absolute discovery of what is worthy of knowledge, or any way satisfactory to curiosity in that mighty nation. : With several brass pieces lively expressing the most eminent personages concerned in this subject.; Marsh, Henry,
Turkey History Prophecies Early Works To 1800 : Joyful news for all Christendom. : Being a happy prophesie of the Turks advancing to the Christian borders, where they shall consult against all Europe, and divide their whole power into three potent armies; one shall march into Poland and Silecia, the other towards the Rhine into France, and the third through the middle of Austria. With the gallant deportment of the Christians against their mighty armies, and the manner how they shall be utterly destroyed in 1662. Being a true copy taken out of the original March 16. 1661.
Turkey History Revolution 1909 : Shattering empires : the clash and collapse of the Ottoman and Russian empires, 1908-1918 / Michael A. Reynolds.; Reynolds, Michael A.,
Turkey History Suleyman Ii 1687 1691 : The dilucidation of the late commotions of Turkey : containing an exact and distinct account of all causes and motives of the deposing of Mahomet, and of the advancing of Soliman to the imperial throne of Constantinople, gather'd from the letters of a person dwelling in, and minutely inform'd of the affairs of that city, and consecrated to the ever august merit of the most serene elector of Bavaria / printed in Italian at Venice, and translated into English by the author of the Monthly Account; to be annex'd to numb. 10 of the Monthly Account.
Turkey History Suleyman Ii 1697 1703 Early Works To 1800 : The history of the Turks : Beginning with the year 1679. Being a full relation of the last troubles in Hungary, with the sieges of Vienna, and Buda, and all the several battles both by sea and land, between the Christians, and the Turks, until the end of the year 1698, and 1699. In which the peace between the Turks, and the confederate Christian princes and states, was happily concluded at Carlowitz in Hungary, by the mediation of His Majesty of Great Britain, and the States General of the United Provinces. With the effigies of the emperors and others of note, engraven at large upon copper, which completes the sixth and last edition of the Turks. In two vol. in folio. By Sir Paul Rycaut, kt. eighteen years consul at Smyrna, now his Majesty's resident at Hamburg, and fellow of the Royal Society.; Rycaut, Paul,
Turkey History Wars With Persia 1618 1622 Early Works To 1800 : Nevves from Turkie and Poland. Or A true and compendious declaration of the proceedings betweene the great Turke, and his Maiestie of Poland, from the beginning of the warres, vntill the latter end : VVith a relation of their daily millitary actions; shewing plainly how the warre continued and ended, peace was concluded, the troubles appeased, the articles of agreement confirmed, and a full league of amity ratified. Translated out of a Latine copie, written by a gentleman of quality, who was an actor in all the businesse: and now with his consent published.