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Author: Tyler, Alexander.
Title: Signal dangers and deliverances both by land and sea comprehending a short account of the siege of Vienna, one of the most memorable in this last age; together with a description of a violent tempest on the Forth / in two small poems by the same hand.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Signal dangers and deliverances both by land and sea comprehending a short account of the siege of Vienna, one of the most memorable in this last age; together with a description of a violent tempest on the Forth / in two small poems by the same hand.
Tyler, Alexander., Tyler, Alexander.

[Edinburgh]: Re-printed, 1685.
Notes:
Attributed by Wing to Alexander Tyler.
Place of pulication supplied by Wing.
"The tempest between Burnt-Island and Leith in a boat, in November, 1681" has special t.p. and separate pagination.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Subject terms:
Vienna (Austria) -- History -- Siege, 1683 -- Poetry.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A64071.0001.001

Contents
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THE SIEGE and BATTEL OF VIENNA, BEING A short Description of the SALLYS of the DE∣FENDANTS, the Breaking up of the SIEGE; The ROUT of the VIZIER, and the whole OTTOMAN ARMY: By the Prodigious, and Prosperous VALOUR, of the Great, and Glorious KING of POLAND: (well worthy being GENERAL of the Forces, of all CHRISTENDOM, against these Infidels,) upon the 12. day of September, 1683.
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THE TEMPEST, BEING An ACCOƲNT of a dangerous PAS∣SAGE from BURNT-ISLAND to LEITH, in a BOAT called the BLESSING: in company of CLA∣VERHOUSE, several GENTLE-WOMEN, MINISTERS, and a whole THRONG of common Passengers.