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...A very rare printing of a series of thirteen articles agreed between the Emperor Charles VI and the Captain Pasha of the Turkish fleet in an attempt to restrict Algerian piracy in the Mediterranean....
...According to the 'Bibliography of Books Printed in the German Speaking Countries of the Sixteenth Century' (VD 16), this is one of the five German issues of the same year. Nevertheless this is a quite scarce account of the death of Luigi...
...Second edition of Cronberg's letter to Pope Adrian VI. Hartmut von Cronberg, from a family of free imperial knights and a Lutheran, advised the Pope to divide the Papal States among the warring parties of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor...
...Unrecorded issue of Emperor Charles V's letter to his brother giving an account of the Tunisian campaign against Hayreddin Barbarossa in 1535. The title page shows Charles V's coat of arms with its Latin motto 'Plus Ulta' underneath....
...An unrecorded issue of the treaty between the Emperor Charles V, and the King of Tunis, Muley Hassan. In August 1534 Tunis was seized by Khayr ad-Din, better known as Barbarossa, who was the chief governor of North Africa and grand admiral...
...Three news accounts, probably printed in Vienna, bound in one volume on Ottoman, North African, Persian and Viennese affairs: I. A detailed account of the ceremonies which took place during an audience given by Eugene of Savoy...
...Dated 27th September 1731, the manuscript is in a cursive, copperplate hand, and it was copied by Peter Christian Koch in 1731 from the original. In a preface addressed to his uncle, the writer declares that now there is peace, he...