The History of the Turkish, Or Ottoman Empire,: From Its Foundation in 1300, to the Peace of Belgrade in 1740. To which is Prefixed An Historical Discourse on Mahomet and His Sucessors, Volume 3
R. Thorn. Sold also by J. Stockdale ... Scatcherd and Whitaker ... London., 1787 - Turkey
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