|Author:||England and Wales.|
|Title:||Articles of peace & commerce between the most serene and mighty prince, Charles II ... and the ... Lords Halil Bashaw, Ibraim Dey, Aga, Divan, and governours of the noble city and kingdom of Tripoli in Barbary concluded by Sir John Narbrough ... on the fifth day of March, old stile, 1675/6.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Articles of peace & commerce between the most serene and mighty prince, Charles II ... and the ... Lords Halil Bashaw, Ibraim Dey, Aga, Divan, and governours of the noble city and kingdom of Tripoli in Barbary concluded by Sir John Narbrough ... on the fifth day of March, old stile, 1675/6.
England and Wales., Narbrough, John, 1640-1688.
London: Printed by the assigns of John Bill and Christopher Barker, 1676.
|Alternate titles:||Treaties, etc. Tripoli, 1675 March 5|
Tripoli (Libya) Treaties, etc. England and Wales, 1675 March 5.
"Published by His Majesties command."
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Libya -- Tripoli.
Tripoli (Libya) -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.
ARTICLES OF PEACE & COMMERCE Between the most Serene and Mighty PRINCE, CHARLES II. By the Grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Defender of the Christian Faith, &c. The most Illustrious Lords, Halil Bashaw, Ibraim Dey, Aga, Divan and Governours of the Noble City and Kingdom of Tripoli in Barbary; Concluded by Sir John Narbrough Knight, Admiral of His Majesties Fleet in the Mediterranean Seas.