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...Rare account of a diplomatic mission to the Ottoman court in 1622 led by the diplomat and politician Krzysztof Zbaraski, with a dedication to the Prince of Wisnicz and Zbaraz. Zbaraz in Galizien was part of the Kingdom of Poland...
...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...
...A speech delivered to the consistory by Anton Florian, Count of Lichtenstein, the Imperial Ambassador to the Vatican, on 12 February 1691, exhorting the cardinals to elect a successor to Pope Alexander VIII, who had died on 1 February, ‘cum...
...Reprinted by Schürer in the same year. A violent attack against Venetians and Turks delivered on 10 April 1510 in Augsburg to Emperor Maximilian. Hélian acted as ambassador of Louis XII of France, his task to prevent the Holy League...
...Second [?] edition of an epistolary poem celebrating the victory at the Battle of Lepanto. It is dedicated to John of Austria. Verzosa was the archivist of Philip II, King of Spain (1527-1598). In ‘Juan de Verzosa. Epístolas’, Eduardo del...
...A description of the journey of Paulus Rubigallus via Szeged, Belgrade, Sofia and Adrianople to Constantinople, including an epigram by Philipp Melanchthon. Rubigallus accompanied the Hungarian embassy of Stefan Verboczy and Johann Eszeki...
...A tract on the coin or medal designed by Mediobarbus Biragus to celebrate the alliance of Poland and Russia and the victory of King John III Sobieski of Poland over the Ottomans at Vienna....