The Turkish History: Comprehending the Origin of that Nation, and the Growth of the Othoman Empire, with the Lives and Conquests of Their Several Kings and Emperors, Volume 2

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I. Cleave, A. Roper, A. Bosvile, and R. Basset, 1701 - Islam
 

Contents

Strigonium befiegd 22
40
Corinth Plunderd 39 Afingle Combat
51
Guy IXth King of Jerufalem befiegeth Ptolemais
56
Speech to the King at Whitehall
57
make a true Muffelman
61
Tartars what they are 65 they beat the Turks out
64
Efterhafis bravery
65
Horrible Prodigies
66
A juft Retaliation
68
Siege of Afack raiſed
69
Pirates how Encouragd
71
Siege of Erizium
72
Cardinal Richlieus Policy
74
English Bravery admired by the Turks
78
Wars of Poland Unfortunate to the Turks
80
Knights Templers break the Peace
81
Victory over the Turks
84
A Cuads Treachery
86
Morat grows Sickly 89 Returns to Conftantinople
90
A difpute about Precedences between an Imperial
93
A Young Prince Born
97
Mutability of Human Affairs
99
A Plot against Othoman 108 His Various Fortune
105
Turks driven out of Europe
115
Chriftians fet at Liberty
117
Ragotsky made Prince of Tranfilvania ibid
122
Turks manner of Eating
128
Sigifmund Atheistical
136
The Story of Afan Aga the Mofayp or Favourite
141
Tamerlain his Pedegree 138 He Wars against Baja
142
Effeck Bridge burnt
145
Count Serini difcouraged 132 He Slaughters
149
Canifia Befiegd
157
Peace between the Emperor and the Turks
159
Count Serinis Death 158 The Seraglio fet on Fire
161
Scanderbeg the famous 163 Warreth against Amu
164
Sabata Sevi a Jewiſh Impoftor 164 His Hiftory
167
Tartars Invade Poland
169
Seventh King and firft Emperor of
179
Servia a Turkiſh Province
180
A Rebellion in Hungary
183
The Hiftory of the Siege of Candia from 172 to
184
More French Succors 186 A Sally made by them
187
Mofess Revolt 192 Chalengeth Scanderbeg ſubmits
194
Count Serinis offer to the Turks 194 His practice
195
Scanderbeg befieges Belgrade 190 Is beaten by
196
French affront the Turks in their own Port
198
Camineck Surrendred
200
Scanderbegs death and the Turks Superftition
202
Turks War against Poland
204
War between England and Tripoli
208
Cham Muftapha a wicked Vizier
209
Mr Pentlows hard ufage 2 10
210
Mahomets Death and Character
211
The Viziers Extortion
214
Turks routed by Scanderberg 198 Techellis burne
223
A Plot to Poyfor the Emperor
225
Count Nadaftys Treafon 225 He is Executed
228
Strifinsky calls himself Duke John his Exploits
230
War broke out between the Emperor and the Turks
259
Presburg taken by the Emperor
264
Kingdom of Tunis retaken by Charles V from
269
Ground of the Wars in Hungary
280
Teckeli Accuſed the Grand Vizier 279 His Letter
281
Pervezza Surrendred
285
Tranfilvania fubdued
287
Muleaffes Dethrownd
293
Mustapha Strangled in his Fathers Prefence
300
Segedin taken
303
Bajazel Son of Raxolana Rebels 302 Is overthrown
305
Soldiers Mutiny
312
Lord Chandois Ambaffador 215
319
Arch Duke Jofeph Crowned King of Hungary
321
Modon Befiegd by the Chriſtians
323
Mount Parnaffus
324
Tyranny of the Janizaries 328 Their Inhumanity
329
Cozianech Deferted
332
Turks Beaten from Proot
338
French affift the Turks210 Join with the Turks341
341
Sighet Surrendred
344
Teckeli Defeated by Prince Lewis of Baden
351
Turks Slain at Sifeg 441
367
Lord Paget fent Ambaſſador to the Turks
384
Sinan made General for the Perfian War 388
390
The Emperors Preſents to the Sultan
406
Our laft Account of Count Tekeli and his Princess
407
A Letter from the Emperor to William the third King
3
Mifery of Transilvania 5
5
New Tumults in Tranfilvania 9
9
Prifoner 10
10
who are afterwards to be preferd to great Offices
14
Dlogenes Romanus Emperor of Rome 7 Taken
18
Money Surprized 20
20
Turks
26
people
32
A Difference between the ArchDuke Matthias and
33
A Murder in England puniſhd in Turky 39
39
Mufti his Office his Revenues and of the Emirs
45
Chap X p 51
51
Ofmond Eldest Son of Achmat put by his Succeffion
53
Muftapha first of the Name and Ninth Emperor of
54
Turks worsted at Buda 8 Baffa of Budas Letter
58
King Richard takes Cyprus 59 Is proclaimd King of Jerufalem 61 Beats the Turks Returns
62
Troubles in Tartary 69 The Turks opprefs Germa
70
75
2
Bajazets miferable end 144 His Character and Con
3
A peice of French Treachery 347 The Mifcheif done
6
Vol II
8
Origine
10
The Crown of Hungary what
11
Balabanus Killd
14
All Tecklis prentences falfe 251 He obftructs
15
Uladiflaus Beats the Turks in Several Encounters
16
Tyre befiegd and taken
17
Chap
19
Chap
20
Conftantinople taken by the Latines and Romes
22
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