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Author: Miles, John, fl. 1684.
Title: A true relation of the great victory obtained by the King of the Abissines, called Prester John, against the Turks. In taking the flourishing city of Habalee, and destroying 10,000 Ottomons [sic]. As also, a coppy of a letter from on board of his Majesties ship the Pearl, (riding then at Lisbon) from a gentleman to his brother in London, giving an account of several remarkable passages and rencounters against the Sally men.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A true relation of the great victory obtained by the King of the Abissines, called Prester John, against the Turks. In taking the flourishing city of Habalee, and destroying 10,000 Ottomons [sic]. As also, a coppy of a letter from on board of his Majesties ship the Pearl, (riding then at Lisbon) from a gentleman to his brother in London, giving an account of several remarkable passages and rencounters against the Sally men.
Miles, John, fl. 1684.

Edinburgh: Re-printed by John Reid, and are to be sold by James Mein on the South-side of the Cross, anno Dom. 1684.
Subject terms:
Prester John.
Naval battles -- Mediterranean Sea -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- History, Naval -- Stuarts, 1603-1714 -- Early works to 1800.
Broadsides -- Scotland -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B04361.0001.001

Contents
A TRUE RELATION Of the Great VICTORY Obtained by the King of the Abissines, called, PRESTER JOHN AGAINST THE TURKS. In taking the Flourishing City of Habalee, and destroying 100000. Ottomons. AS ALSO, A Coppy of a Letter from on Board of His MAJESTIES Ship the Pearl, (riding then at Lisbon) from a Gentleman to his Brother in London, giving an Account of several remarkable passages and Rencounters against the Sally Men.
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