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Title: A new account of the present condition of the Turkish affairs, with the causes of the decay of the Ottoman power; of their wars with the present emperor, &c, and the facility the Christian princes now have of retaking Constantinople, according to a prophecy of the Turks themselves. Together with several notable remarks upon the late insolence of the army; of their deposing Mahomet IV. (who had reigned eight and forty years) and setting his younger brother in his seat. To which is prefixed, the effigies of this new emperor, Solyman the Third. By a person of quality, who long resided amongst them, and is lately returned home:
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A new account of the present condition of the Turkish affairs, with the causes of the decay of the Ottoman power; of their wars with the present emperor, &c, and the facility the Christian princes now have of retaking Constantinople, according to a prophecy of the Turks themselves. Together with several notable remarks upon the late insolence of the army; of their deposing Mahomet IV. (who had reigned eight and forty years) and setting his younger brother in his seat. To which is prefixed, the effigies of this new emperor, Solyman the Third. By a person of quality, who long resided amongst them, and is lately returned home:
Person of quality., Sturt, John, engraver. 1658-1730,

London: printed and sold by Randal Taylor, MDCLXXXVIII. [1688]
Subject terms:
Turkey -- Court and courtiers
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A81942.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, THE GREAT DUKE OF TUSCANY.
THE PREFACE TO THE READER.
A Catalogue of the Turkish Kings and Emperors from their first Original, and of the Kings of England, Co∣temporary with them.
A TABLE OF THE CONTENTS.
THE PRESENT STATE OF THE OTTOMAN POWER: With the CAUSES OF ITS ENCREASE and DECAY.
CHAP. I. Of the Strength and Weakness of the Turks in General.
CHAP. II. Of the Two Principal Means of the Growth of the Ottoman Power. With an Historical A∣bridgment of the Ancient Revo∣lutions of the Turks, from which Christendom never drew any Advantage.
CHAP. III. Several other Reasons of the En∣crease of the Ottoman Power, and particular Observations on the Last War, which the Turks had with the Emperor, the Ve∣netians, Poles, and Moscovites.
CHAP. IV. Of the principal Causes of the De∣cay of the Ottoman Power, with a Description of the Passage of the Dardanels, and a Relation of the Facility the Christian Princes have at present, of re∣taking Constantinople.
CHAP. V. Proofs of the last Weakness of the Turks at Sea, with a Relation of the Affair at Chio.
CHAP. VI. Some Politick Reflections, on the present ill Condition of the Ot∣toman Affairs, since the rai∣sing the Siege of Vienna.
CHAP. VII. A Recapitulation of several Reasons of the approaching Overthrow of the Turkish Empire: With several Remarks upon the late Revolutions at Constantinople.