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Author: Bendish, Thomas, Sir, d. ca. 1674.
Title: The remonstrance, or manifest of Sr Thomas Bendysh, Baronet, sent ambassador from King Charles of blessed memory, to the Grand Seignior in Constantinople, anno, 1647: To inform the world, and to remember the governour and Company of Merchants trading into the Levant Seas, of the services he hath done them, and this nation, there; which by their carriage towards him, many of them seem to have forgotten.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The remonstrance, or manifest of Sr Thomas Bendysh, Baronet, sent ambassador from King Charles of blessed memory, to the Grand Seignior in Constantinople, anno, 1647: To inform the world, and to remember the governour and Company of Merchants trading into the Levant Seas, of the services he hath done them, and this nation, there; which by their carriage towards him, many of them seem to have forgotten.
Bendish, Thomas, Sir, d. ca. 1674.

[London: printed, anno, 1665]
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Turkey
Turkey -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain
Turkey -- History
Bendish, Thomas, -- Sir, -- d. ca. 1674
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A76387.0001.001

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THE REMONSTRANCE, OR MANIFEST OF Sr THOMAS BENDYSH, Baronet, Sent Ambassador from King CHARLES of Blessed Memory, to the Grand Seignior in CONSTANTINOPLE, Anno, 1647.
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