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Affairs againſt alſo Ambaſſador Arms Army attended began Body brought called callid Camp Candia Captain carry Caſtle cauſed Chief Chriſtians City coming Command Condition Conſtantinople continued Count Country Court Death Duke Emperor Empire Enemy Engliſh fell Fight Fire firſt five fome Forces Four French Gallies Garriſon gave Germans give given Government Grand Seignior Grand Vizier Hands Head himſelf hopes Horſe Houſe Hundred Hungary Imperial King Land late leave Letters Lives loſs March Maſter mean Month Mony moſt Night Number Officers Order Ottoman Party Paſha Peace Perſon pieces Poland Port Power preſent Prince Priſoners raiſed received Religion River ſame ſent Seraglio ſeveral Ships ſhould ſide Slaves Soldiers ſome ſoon ſuch Sultan taken Tartars Teckeli themſelves theſe things thoſe thought Thouſand took Town Tranſilvania Turkiſh Turks uſe Venetians Vizier whole
Page 162 - Reports flew from place to place of the March of Multitudes of People from unknown parts into the remote Desarts of Arabia, supposed to be the Ten Tribes and half, lost for so many Ages.
Page 67 - Parts, wherein} I. The Controverfy concerning the Rule of Faith is determined. II. The particular Doftrines of the Church of Home are confuted.
Page 67 - Manufcripfs, and .the moft celebrated Hiftories of this Kingdom, in all Languages, whether Ecclefiaftical or Civil, with the Effigies of the Kings and Queens.
Page 374 - ... their endeavours : but were ready to turn their backs, when thofe, who kept the baggage, and remained for referves, advanced to their relief. At...
Page 266 - ... of Vienna, which could not have held out twenty-four hours longer ; the confederate troops joined the imperialifts at the foot of the Kalemberg, or mountain of Kalem, amounting by computation, in the whole, to fixtyfive thoufand men. In their march over this mountain, 'the prince of Saxe...
Page 355 - Tranfilvania, at jNtffa. ; which being a place open to the attack of the enemy, he fortified as well as he could. Mean time the pafs of...
Page 375 - Held was yielded to the imperiaiifts, yet they received here their greateft lofs ; for this action coft the life of the duke of HolJlein, fergeant-general, with a deluge of blood, to fubdue the already conquered enemy. The remainder of the Turkifb • * cavalry, among whom was the...
Page 316 - Family were met on their way near that City, by two Thoufand of the Hungarian Nobility, all well mounted with a fplendid Equipage, in the Plains of...
Page 270 - ... 2000 halberts : 400 fcythes and tickles : 5600 barrels of guns, for the Janizaries : 2000 plates of iron, for covering targets : 1 23 hundred weight of greafe and tallow : 230 powder horns : 2600 bags for powder : four pair of fmiths bellows : 8000 carts : 1000 great bombs : 18,000 cannon balls : 180 cannon