|Author:||Marsh, Henry, fl. 1663-1664.|
|Title:||A new survey of the Turkish empire and government in a brief history deduced to this present time, and the reign of the now Grand Seignior, Mahomet the IV, the present and XIV emperor : with their laws, religion, and customs : as also an account of the siege of Newhausel.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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A new survey of the Turkish empire and government in a brief history deduced to this present time, and the reign of the now Grand Seignior, Mahomet the IV, the present and XIV emperor : with their laws, religion, and customs : as also an account of the siege of Newhausel.
Marsh, Henry, fl. 1663-1664.
London: Printed for Henry Marsh ..., 1663.
"Epistle dedicatory" signed: H. Marsh.
Errata: p. .
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Austro-Turkish War, 1661-1664.
Turkey -- History -- 1453-1683.
Turkey -- History -- Mohammed IV, 1648-1687.
Turkey -- Social life and customs.
To the Right VVor∣shipful, Sir AN∣DREW RICCARD, Knight, and Gover∣nour of the Levant Company.
THE PREFACE TO THE READER.
A NEW SURVEY OF THE Turkish Empire.
The Rise of the Turkish Empire, and its Present Greatness.
Of the present Reign of Sultan Mahomet the Fourth:
A Nevv Survey Of the Turkish EMPIRE.
Of the afflictions of Cap∣tives, and Christians un∣der the Turkish Tribute.
A Narration of a dispute with a Turk.
A Lamentation for loss of Christians destroyed.
An Exhortation against the Turk.
The Seraglio of the women and Sulta∣nas of the Great SIGNOR.