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...A very rare letter on the situation of the Allied and the Turkish fleets in summer 1572, dated 12 August, from the island of Cerigo (Kythira) - at the end of the letter 'De Cirigo le douzieme jour d'Aoust, 1572.'. Göllner emphasises...
...Louis Dumay wrote a number of historical works as well as this book on Hungary, including 'L'Estat de l'Empire, ou Abbrégé do Droict Public d'Allemagne' (1660), translated into English in 1676. Dumay also wrote a funeral elegy for Eberhard...
...Pierre Bon was Governor of Marseille and, in this letter to Monsieur de Foucquevaulx, Governor of Narbonne, he discusses the problem of the Turkish corsairs plying off the French coast. Like Marseille, Narbonne was another Mediterranean...
...Lady Hester informs the Consul at Rhodes of the death of Captain Loustenau, the last love of her life, who had spoken highly of the Consul and had intended to visit him to discuss some very interesting confidential matters. In 1820...
...A short letter to the Vicomte du Ponte, addressing his anger toward her and expressing frustration that he was unavailable to receive her pleas for forgiveness in person. She also sends her commiserations over the fact that his horses have...
...Fermans from Sultan Ahmed I (1590-1617) to the Pope and to the Emperor Rudolph II (1552-1612) including one giving safe passage to pilgrims visiting the Holy Land; translated from the Hebrew [sic] via Italian to French...
...A series of three letters by Capitan Pasha Hüseyin, High Admiral of the Turkish fleet, probably written by a secretary, but stamped with his own seal, addressing thanks to Admiral Lord Keith, currently commanding the British fleet...