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Author: Mehmed, II, Sultan of the Turks, 1432-1481.
Title: The Turkes secretorie conteining his sundrie letters sent to diuers emperours, kings, princes and states, full of proud bragges, and bloody threatnings: with seuerall answers to the same, both pithie and peremptorie. Translated truly out of the Latine copie.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Turkes secretorie conteining his sundrie letters sent to diuers emperours, kings, princes and states, full of proud bragges, and bloody threatnings: with seuerall answers to the same, both pithie and peremptorie. Translated truly out of the Latine copie.
Mehmed, II, Sultan of the Turks, 1432-1481., Laudivio,

London: Printed by M[elchisedec] B[radwood] and are to be solde at the Swan in Pauls Church-yard, 1607.
Alternate titles: Epistolae magni Turci. English Epistolae magni Turci. Turkes secretorie. 1607.
Notes:
Ostensibly by Mehmet II.
A translation of "Epistolae magni Turci", compiled by Laudivio de Vezzano and sometimes attributed to him.
Printer's name from STC.
Running title reads: The Turkes secretorie. 1607.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Turkey -- History -- Mehmet II, 1452-1481 -- Sources.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07604.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE MOST Woorthie, Liborius, Theodore, Adolph, Lodowick, and George, sonnes to the most noble Nicolas of MVNI∣CHAVSEN, fauourers of all good learning, health.
THE PREFACE OF LAVDINIVS Knight of Hierusalem, written to Francinus Beltrardus concerning the let∣ters of the Great Turke.
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The Turke to Sancassan king of Persia.
Sancassan to the Turke.
The Turke to Sancassan.
Sancassan to the Turke.
Sexuares King of Armenia to the Turke.
The Turke to Sexuares.
The Soldan to the Turke.
The Turke to the Soldan.
The Turke to the Pope of Rome.
The Pope of Rome to the Turke.
The Turke to the Pope of Rome.
The Pope of Rome to the Turke.
The Turke to the Venetians.
The Venetians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Magistrats of Grecia.
The Magistrats of Grecia to the Turke.
The Turke to the Venetians.
The Venetians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Genuensians.
The Genuensians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Naritians.
The Naritians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Corcyrians.
The Corcyrians to the Turke.
The Turke to the king of Cyprus.
The King of Cyprus to the Turke.
The Turke to the Methonensians.
The Methonensians to the Turke.
The Cretians to the Turke.
The Turke to the men of Chios.
The men of Chios to the Turke.
The Turke to the Epidaurians.
The Epidaurians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Nauplensians.
The Nauplensians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Pannonians.
The Pannonians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Macedonians.
The Macedonians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Asiaticks.
The Asiaticks to the Turke.
The Turke to the Bithynians.
The Bithynians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Coronensians.
The Coronensians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Florentines.
The Florentines to the Turke.
The Turke to the Pontians.
The Pontians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Cretians.
The Great Turke to the Delphians.
The Delphians to the Turke.
The Turke to them of Pergamum.
The Pergamenians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Mitylenians.
They of Mitylene to the Turke.
The Turke to the Amazonians.
The Amazonians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Sclauonians.
The Sclauonians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Rhodians.
The Rhodians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Rhodians.
The Rhodians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Epirotes.
The Epirotes to the Turke.
The Turke to the Dalmatians.
The Dalmatians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Apulians.
The Apulians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Brundusians.
The Brundusians to the Turke.
The Turke to them of Saragosa.
The Syracusians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Gouernours of Italie.
The Gouernours of Italie to the Turke.
The Turke to King Ferdinand.
Ferdinand to the Turke.
The Turke to the Sicilians.
The Sicilians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Alexandrians.
The Alaxandrians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Tartarians.
The Tartarians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Athenians.
The Athenians to the Turke.
The Turke to the Thebanes.
The Thebanes to the Turke.
The Turke to the Lacedemonians.
The Lacedemonians to the Turke.