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Author: Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685.
Title: The demands of his gracious Maiesty the King of Great Brittain, to the grand seignior or Emperour of Turkey: sent by the Lord General Montague, with his Lordships proposals to the governour of Algier, the answer thereunto, and the manner of the treaty before that great and now conquered city. With a true relation of the great and bloudy fight between the English and the Turks, the dividing of his Majesties Royal Navy into several squadrons, by the victorious Earl of Sandwich, and ever renowned Sr. John Lawson, the battering down of half the city, and all the castle walls, the dismounting of the Turkish cannon, the sinking and burning of 18 great ships, with above a thousand piece of ordnance, the great slaughter made by the English fire-ships, the redeeming of many hundred poor captives and Christian slaves, and a true and perfect relation of the losse on both sides, with the number killed and taken prisoners.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The demands of his gracious Maiesty the King of Great Brittain, to the grand seignior or Emperour of Turkey: sent by the Lord General Montague, with his Lordships proposals to the governour of Algier, the answer thereunto, and the manner of the treaty before that great and now conquered city. With a true relation of the great and bloudy fight between the English and the Turks, the dividing of his Majesties Royal Navy into several squadrons, by the victorious Earl of Sandwich, and ever renowned Sr. John Lawson, the battering down of half the city, and all the castle walls, the dismounting of the Turkish cannon, the sinking and burning of 18 great ships, with above a thousand piece of ordnance, the great slaughter made by the English fire-ships, the redeeming of many hundred poor captives and Christian slaves, and a true and perfect relation of the losse on both sides, with the number killed and taken prisoners.
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685., England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)

London: printed for G. Horton, 1661.
Subject terms:
Capitulations
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Turkey
Turkey -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A79207.0001.001

Contents
title page
A Relation of the Victory obtained by the English Fleet against the Turks at Algeir, under the Conduct of the Earl of Sandwich, as it is confirmed from France and Holland.