|Author:||Ahmed, I, Sultan of Turkey, 1590-1617.|
|Title:||The great Turkes defiance: Or his letter denuntiatorie to Sigismond the Third, now King of Polonia as it hath beene truly aduertised out of Germany, this present yeere, 1613. With the King of Poland his replie, Englished according to the French copie, by M.S.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The great Turkes defiance: Or his letter denuntiatorie to Sigismond the Third, now King of Polonia as it hath beene truly aduertised out of Germany, this present yeere, 1613. With the King of Poland his replie, Englished according to the French copie, by M.S.
Ahmed, I, Sultan of Turkey, 1590-1617., Sigismund, 1566-1632., M. S., fl. 1613,
London: Printed by Melchisedech Bradwood, for William Aspley, 1613.
|Alternate titles:||Great Turkes defiance His letter denuntiatorie to Sigismond the Third, now King of Polonia.|
The great Turke = Ahmed I.
French original not traced.
The first leaf is blank except for signature-mark "A".
Reproduction of a photostat in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery of the original in the British Library.
Poland -- Foreign relations -- Turkey -- Early works to 1800.
Turkey -- Foreign relations -- Poland -- Early works to 1800.
THE COPPIE OF A DENVNCIATION sent by the great Emperour of the Turkes, Vnto Sigismond the third, King of Poland and Lituania, the seuenth of Iulie, 1612.
AN ANSWER TO THE MENACING and VVarre-denouncing Letter of the Great Turke.