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...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...
...A work on Ottoman Bosnia, including its history, geography, and economy, as well as its customs, administration, and finances. The work also includes a discussion of the military matters and various travel routes...
...As an enlightened despot, Catherine II was aware of the need to reform the administrative structure of Russia and she contributed a great deal to the codification and modification of laws during her reign. This book is the Ottoman Turkish...
...The first volume is a history of the Ottoman Empire structured according to the sultans starting with Osman I and ending with Selim I. The second volume starts with Süleyman I and ends with Mehmed IV. Sir William Trumbull, who owned the two...
...A rare work by the first American consular official in Turkey. David Porter was an officer in the United States Navy in the rank of captain and the honorary title of commodore. He commanded a number of U.S. naval ships and saw service...
...Collection of poems and sonnets dedicated to Don John of Austria on the victory of the Holy League at Lepanto. With a dedicatory epistle to Diego Guzman de Silva, ambassador of Philip II in Venice. Device of the Guerra brothers on the title...
...A funerary oration and memorial to the victims of the Battle of Lepanto, with its preface dated 18 August 1572. A Venetian diplomat and historian, Paruta is best known today for his 'Discorsi politici' (Venice, 1599) (Blackmer 1260...