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The Resource A brief relation of several remarkable passages of the Jevves in their journey out of Persia and Tartaria towards Jerusalem. : Relating how the Persians were strucken with blindness when they attempted to rifle the house of the Jews, and spoyl their goods. As also, how the Caspian Mountains became a plain; and the rivers were dryed up before them. As it was delivered in a letter, written by Dom. Mareschalck Lira from Vienna, to the Elector Palatine: very lately sent into England by a worthy man to his good friend in London, (electronic resource)

A brief relation of several remarkable passages of the Jevves in their journey out of Persia and Tartaria towards Jerusalem. : Relating how the Persians were strucken with blindness when they attempted to rifle the house of the Jews, and spoyl their goods. As also, how the Caspian Mountains became a plain; and the rivers were dryed up before them. As it was delivered in a letter, written by Dom. Mareschalck Lira from Vienna, to the Elector Palatine: very lately sent into England by a worthy man to his good friend in London, (electronic resource)

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A brief relation of several remarkable passages of the Jevves in their journey out of Persia and Tartaria towards Jerusalem. : Relating how the Persians were strucken with blindness when they attempted to rifle the house of the Jews, and spoyl their goods. As also, how the Caspian Mountains became a plain; and the rivers were dryed up before them. As it was delivered in a letter
Title
A brief relation of several remarkable passages of the Jevves in their journey out of Persia and Tartaria towards Jerusalem.
Title remainder
Relating how the Persians were strucken with blindness when they attempted to rifle the house of the Jews, and spoyl their goods. As also, how the Caspian Mountains became a plain; and the rivers were dryed up before them. As it was delivered in a letter
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written by Dom. Mareschalck Lira from Vienna, to the Elector Palatine: very lately sent into England by a worthy man to his good friend in London
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Citation location within source
L2366aA
Citation source
Wing (2nd ed.)
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Lira, Mareschalck
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1626-1676
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Shabbethai Tzevi
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Jews
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general
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A brief relation of several remarkable passages of the Jevves in their journey out of Persia and Tartaria towards Jerusalem. : Relating how the Persians were strucken with blindness when they attempted to rifle the house of the Jews, and spoyl their goods. As also, how the Caspian Mountains became a plain; and the rivers were dryed up before them. As it was delivered in a letter, written by Dom. Mareschalck Lira from Vienna, to the Elector Palatine: very lately sent into England by a worthy man to his good friend in London, (electronic resource)
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  • Place of publication suggested by Wing (2nd ed.)
  • The letter is followed, p. 7-8, by remarks about the arrival at Constantinople of "the king pretended" (i.e. Sabbathai Zebi), etc
  • Reproduction of original in: New York Public Library
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8 p
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lossless
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Electronic reproduction.
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  • (OCoLC)489260583
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A brief relation of several remarkable passages of the Jevves in their journey out of Persia and Tartaria towards Jerusalem. : Relating how the Persians were strucken with blindness when they attempted to rifle the house of the Jews, and spoyl their goods. As also, how the Caspian Mountains became a plain; and the rivers were dryed up before them. As it was delivered in a letter, written by Dom. Mareschalck Lira from Vienna, to the Elector Palatine: very lately sent into England by a worthy man to his good friend in London, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Place of publication suggested by Wing (2nd ed.)
  • The letter is followed, p. 7-8, by remarks about the arrival at Constantinople of "the king pretended" (i.e. Sabbathai Zebi), etc
  • Reproduction of original in: New York Public Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
ocn489260583e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
8 p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn489260583e\
  • (OCoLC)489260583

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