Mehmed IV, Sultan of the Turks, 1642-1693
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Filed under: Mehmed IV, Sultan of the Turks, 1642-1693 -- Early works to 1800
- A Description of Vienna in its ancient and present state : with an exact and compleat account of the siege thereof, began by the Ottoman Emperour on the 16th of July, 1683, and continued until the [12th?] of September following : at which time the siege was rais'd and a total defeat given to the Turkish army by the Christians. (London : Printed for Randolph Taylor ..., 1683) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- The dilucidation of the late commotions of Turkey containing an exact and distinct account of all causes and motives of the deposing of Mahomet, and of the advancing of Soliman to the imperial throne of Constantinople, gather'd from the letters of a person dwelling in, and minutely inform'd of the affairs of that city, and consecrated to the ever august merit of the most serene elector of Bavaria / printed in Italian at Venice, and translated into English by the author of the Monthly Account; to be annex'd to numb. 10 of the Monthly Account. (London : Printed by J.B. and publish'd by Randal Taylor, 1689), by John Phillips (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A discourse historical and political of the War of Hungary and of the causes of the peace between Leopold the First, Emperor of the Romans, and Mahomet the Fourth, Sultan of Turky / by Louis De May ... ; translated in English. (Glasgow : Printed by Robert Sanders ..., 1669), by Louis Dumay (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- 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)
- Historical and political observations upon the present state of Turkey describing the policy, religion, manners, and military-discipline of the Turks, with an account of all the battels, sieges, and other remarkable transactions and revolutions, which have happened from the beginning of the Ottoman Empire to this present Grand Seignor : to which is added his life, containing all the material occurrences that have happened during his reign : together with The present state of Hungary, and history of the wars there to this day / by R.D. (London : Printed and are to be sold by J. Smith ..., 1683), by R. D. (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- To the Great Turk and his King at Argiers together with a postscript of George Pattison's taking the Turks and setting them on their own shoar. (London : Printed for Ben. Clark, 1680), by George Fox and Thomas Lurting (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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- Answer to the speech or declaration of the great Turk, Sulton Mahomet. ([London] : Printed, and sold, by A. Sowle, at the Three Keys in Nags-Head Court in Grace-Church-Street, over against the Conduit, 1688), by George Fox (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Relation of the procession, fasting and penance, enjoyn'd by Mahomet-Solyman Emperour of the Turks. From the rising to the seting of the sun, lord of lords, and rightful sucessor of the race of the great prophet Mahomet, to be observed through the whole Ottoman Empire. ([Edinburgh] : Printed at Holy-Rood-House, and are to be sold by James Mein ..., 1686) (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 emperors, viz. Sultan Morat, or Amurat IV. Sultan Ibrahim, and Sultan Mahomet IV, his son, the thirteenth emperor, now reigning. By Sir Paul Rycaut, late consul of Smyrna. (London : printed by J.D. for Tho. Basset, R. Clavell, J. Robinson, and A. Churchill, MDCLXXXVII. ), by Paul Rycaut, Richard Knolles, Roger Manley, and Robert White (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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