İbrahim, Sultan of the Turks, 1615-1648
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- The Turkish history from the original of that nation, to the growth of the Ottoman empire with the lives and conquests of their princes and emperours / by Richard Knolles ... ; with a continuation to this present year MDCLXXXVII ; whereunto is added, The present state of the Ottoman empire, by Sir Paul Rycaut ... (London : Printed for Tho. Basset ..., 1687-1700), by Richard Knolles, Paul Rycaut, Edward Grimeston, Thomas Roe, and Roger Manley (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- The history of the Turkish empire from the year 1623 to the year 1677 containing the reigns of the three last emperours, viz., Sultan Morat or Amurat IV, Sultan Ibrahim, and Sultan Mahomet IV, his son, the XIII emperour now reigning / by Paul Rycaut, Esq. ... (London : Printed by J.M. for John Starkey ..., 1680), by Paul Rycaut (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A true and fearfull pronouncing of warre against the Roman Imperial Majesty, and withall against the king of Poland, by the late emperour of Turkey, Soloma Hometh which said Turke is since happily prevented (of his cruell purpose) by death, but by all appearance the now surviving Turk that succeeds him hath the like bloudy purposes to prosecute his designes against Christendome, as may appeare by the approaching of his formidable armie upon the frontiers of Poland at this present / confirmed by diverse letters from severall places, which you shall finde heer truly set downe. (London : Printed for Nathaniel Butter, 1640), by Sultan of the Turks Süleyman I (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- The great Turks terrible challenge, this yeare 1640. Pronounced against the Emperour of Germany and the King of Poland by Soloma Hometh who lately deceased, but continued by his brother Ibraim, the first of that name. To the tune of My bleeding heart, or Lets to the wars againe. ([London] : Printed for Richard Harper at the Bible [and Harp in Smithfield, 1640]), by Sultan of the Turks Süleyman I (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- 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.. (London : Printed for Jo. Handcock in Popes-head-Alley, 1645) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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