|Author:||March, Henry, fl. 1663-1664.|
|Title:||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.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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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.
March, Henry, fl. 1663-1664.
London: Printed by J. Best for John Williams ..., MDCLXIV 
Attriubted to Marsh by Wing and NUC pre-1956 imprints.
Contains engraved portrait frontispiece.
Numerous errors in pagination.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Turkey -- History.
TO THE READER.
A NEW SVRVEY OF THE Turkish Empire COMPLEATED.
CHAP. I. Of the Life of Mahomet the Impostor and Foun∣der of this Empire, with the succeeding Ca∣lyphs.
CHAP. II. The Successors of Mahomet, from the Na∣tion of the Turks, continued to this present in the Ottoman Family.
CHAP. III. The Extent and Dominion of his Empire.
CHAP. IV. Of their Militia.
CHAP. V. Of their Government Civil and Ecclesiastick.
CHAP. VI. Their Religion and Foperies.
A Summary of the Religion of the TURKS.
CHAP. VII. The Seraglio or Court of the Great SIGNOR.
CHAP. VIII. The common Customs and Manners of the Turks.
CHAP. IX. Of the Afflictions of Captives, and Christians un∣der the Turkish Tribute.
CHAP. X. A Narration of a Papists dispute with a Turk.
The Prophesies among the Turks.
CHAP. XI. A brief View of the Tartars.
CHAP. XII. The Character of Tamerlane the Great.
The Character of Scanderbeg Prince of Epirus.
CHAP. XII. The Modern History of the Turkish Empire.
Of the present Reign of Sultan Maho∣met the Fourth.
CHAP. XIV. The late Expedition of Generall SERINI into the Turks Country.
CHAP. XV. The Interest of all the Princes in Christen∣dom upon the accompt of Policy and Religion in a War with the Turk.
CHAP. •5. An exact Chronology of the Several Suc∣cesses of the Christians against the Turks.