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Marana, Giovanni Paolo - Letters Writ by a Turkish Spy, 1702 (ESTC T223026)
Marana, Giovanni Paolo
Letters Writ by a Turkish Spy, Who lived Five and Forty Years, Undiscover'd, At Paris: Giving an Impartial Account to the Divan, at Constantinople, of the most Remarkable Transactions of Europe; And Discovering several Intrigues and secrets of the Christian Courts (especially of that of France) from the Year 1642, to the Year 1682. ... Written Originally in Arabick, Translated into Italian, and from thence into English, by the Translator of the First Volume
The Fifth Edition
Place of Publication:
Printed for Henry Rodes, at the Corner of Bride-Lane in Fleet-Street; and Richard Sare, at Grays-Inn-Gate in Holbourn