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...A copy of a letter written by Captain Alfonso to the Venetian Fleet deployed in the Canale di Curzola (Korčulanski kanal in Croatian) on the Dalmatian coast, dated November 27, 1617....
...An essay discussing the possibilities open to the Christian Powers in the Mediterranean area following their naval victory at Lepanto. The discourse considers the most advantageous paths of procedure for capitalising on their victory...
...Italian manuscript, with watermark of coat of arms displaying bird, untrimmed, in wrappers. Probably composed during the pontificate of Gregory XIII (1572-1585), who spared no efforts to further an expedition against the Turks, and who sent...
...Fine account of a great feast held at Zara (modern Zadar, Croatia) to celebrate Captain Giacomo Foscarini's return from Lepanto. A triumphal arch was erected, and its inscriptions are printed in the text in large Roman type. The rest...
...First edition of a history of the republic of Genoa in the sixteenth century. It consists of ten books of annals. Subjects discussed include the Genoese conflicts with the Ottoman Empire, especially over Corsica, and the Habsburg-Ottoman...
...An exhortation to the Pope Pius IV to enlist the help of various European states for a major aggressive offensive against the Turks. Drawing on the recent victory of the Knights of St John over the Turks' siege of Malta as an example...