|Author:||One of the embassy.|
|Title:||The last account from Fez, in a letter from one of the embassy to a person of honour in London containing a relation of Colonel Kirk's reception at Mequinez, by the Emperour, with several passages in relation to the affairs of Tangier.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The last account from Fez, in a letter from one of the embassy to a person of honour in London containing a relation of Colonel Kirk's reception at Mequinez, by the Emperour, with several passages in relation to the affairs of Tangier.
One of the embassy.
London: Printed for Walter Davis ..., [1682?]
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Imprint taken from colophon.
Kirke, Percy, -- 1646?-1691.
Ismåa‘åil, -- Sultan of Morocco, -- d. 1727.
Africa, North -- History.
The last Account from Fez, in a Letter from one of the Embassy to a Person of Honour in London, containing a Relation of Colonel Kirk's Reception at Mequinez, by the Em∣perour, with several passages in Relation to the Affairs of Tangier.