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The Resource 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, (electronic resource)

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, (electronic resource)

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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
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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
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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
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confirmed by diverse letters from severall places, which you shall finde heer truly set downe
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Subject
Language
eng
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Citation location within source
23424.5
Citation source
STC (2nd ed.)
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1494 or 5-1566
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Süleyman
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  • Süleyman
  • Murad
  • İbrahim
  • Turkey
  • Turkey
  • Turkey
  • Venice (Italy)
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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, (electronic resource)
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  • Attributed by STC (2nd ed.) to Süleyman I (The Magnificent)
  • "With privilege."
  • Reproduction of original in: Harvard University. Library
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[8] p
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Electronic reproduction.
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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, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Attributed by STC (2nd ed.) to Süleyman I (The Magnificent)
  • "With privilege."
  • Reproduction of original in: Harvard University. Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
ocm29443606e
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
ocm29443606e\

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