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...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...
...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 Ottoman Order of Glory for Charles Joseph Tissot (1828-1884), issued by Abdülmecit, Sultan of the Turks; together with permission of Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, for him to wear the award. Tissot was a diplomat and archaeologist....
...This work celebrates the deeds of the Knights of Saint Stephen in defending Tuscany against the Turks. The fine plates show various naval battles and sieges but included in this copy is the frontispiece portrait of Cosimo III, Grand Duke...
...This is an account of Emperor Charles V's expedition against Hayreddin Barbarossa, Admiral of the Ottoman Fleet, and the North African pirates and the reinstatement of Muley Hassan of Tunis....
...Treaty between Charles V and the restored King of Tunis, Bey Mulay Hassan, after the victory over Barbarossa. Very rare pamphlet, only one issue mentioned in 'Bibliography of Books Printed in the German Speaking Countries of the Sixteenth...
...An account of actions taken by combined forces of Christian powers to safeguard the coast of Sicily from aggression by North African pirates. This account presents the Spanish contribution, detailing how they equipped and manned two...
...An account of the same action documented from the Spanish perspective in ARC_16535.04, here detailing the Roman state's contribution to the collective enterprise undertaken by Christian powers to combat the threat of Barbary pirates...
...Notice of an action undertaken by Genoa and Naples as part of a general measure to protect their merchant ships against the activities of Barbary pirates. The report details how, having equipped two warships for coastguard patrol...
...First edition of this important memoir. A second edition was published in 1785 in quarto with sixteen engraved plates, apparently after de Tott's own drawings. The octavo edition, however, is not illustrated. A Hungarian by birth...