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The Resource Newes from the Great Turke. : A blasphemous manifestation of the Grand Seignior of Constantinople, against the Christians; of his entrance into Christendome, and the particulars of his great armie. As it was sent to a merchant of note in London. As also what forces are preparing against him by the Venetians, and other Christian princes, viz. the Duke of Florence, and Duke of Parma; the Great Master of Malta., All faithfully translated out of the Italian and French copies. Published by authoritie; that all Christians may take notice of the great pride and horrid blasphemy of the Turkes, (electronic resource)

Newes from the Great Turke. : A blasphemous manifestation of the Grand Seignior of Constantinople, against the Christians; of his entrance into Christendome, and the particulars of his great armie. As it was sent to a merchant of note in London. As also what forces are preparing against him by the Venetians, and other Christian princes, viz. the Duke of Florence, and Duke of Parma; the Great Master of Malta., All faithfully translated out of the Italian and French copies. Published by authoritie; that all Christians may take notice of the great pride and horrid blasphemy of the Turkes, (electronic resource)

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Newes from the Great Turke. : A blasphemous manifestation of the Grand Seignior of Constantinople, against the Christians; of his entrance into Christendome, and the particulars of his great armie. As it was sent to a merchant of note in London. As also what forces are preparing against him by the Venetians, and other Christian princes, viz. the Duke of Florence, and Duke of Parma; the Great Master of Malta.
Title
Newes from the Great Turke.
Title remainder
A blasphemous manifestation of the Grand Seignior of Constantinople, against the Christians; of his entrance into Christendome, and the particulars of his great armie. As it was sent to a merchant of note in London. As also what forces are preparing against him by the Venetians, and other Christian princes, viz. the Duke of Florence, and Duke of Parma; the Great Master of Malta.
Statement of responsibility
All faithfully translated out of the Italian and French copies. Published by authoritie; that all Christians may take notice of the great pride and horrid blasphemy of the Turkes
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • N1008
  • E.295[6]
  • C.114.d.5[21]
Citation source
  • Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
  • Thomason
  • Early English books tract supplement interim guide
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Ibrahim
  • Islam
  • Turkey
  • Venice (Italy)
Target audience
general
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Newes from the Great Turke. : A blasphemous manifestation of the Grand Seignior of Constantinople, against the Christians; of his entrance into Christendome, and the particulars of his great armie. As it was sent to a merchant of note in London. As also what forces are preparing against him by the Venetians, and other Christian princes, viz. the Duke of Florence, and Duke of Parma; the Great Master of Malta., All faithfully translated out of the Italian and French copies. Published by authoritie; that all Christians may take notice of the great pride and horrid blasphemy of the Turkes, (electronic resource)
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[2], 5, [1] p
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Newes from the Great Turke. : A blasphemous manifestation of the Grand Seignior of Constantinople, against the Christians; of his entrance into Christendome, and the particulars of his great armie. As it was sent to a merchant of note in London. As also what forces are preparing against him by the Venetians, and other Christian princes, viz. the Duke of Florence, and Duke of Parma; the Great Master of Malta., All faithfully translated out of the Italian and French copies. Published by authoritie; that all Christians may take notice of the great pride and horrid blasphemy of the Turkes, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Reproduction of original in the British Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
eebo99883212e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 5, [1] p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl2105000002
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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