The Resource A relation of the late seidge and taking of the city of Babylon by the Turke : As it was written from thence by Zarain Aga, one of his captaines, to Caymaran (his brother) vice-roy in Constantinople. Setting forth all the principall passages of this siedge; with one unparreled [sic], cruell, furious and bloody assault, made by the Turks, wherein were slaine in 12 houres. 130000 of them, and above 20000 Persians, Translated out of the Turkish, into the Italian language by the drugerman to the state of Ragouza. And Englished by W.H, (electronic book)

A relation of the late seidge and taking of the city of Babylon by the Turke : As it was written from thence by Zarain Aga, one of his captaines, to Caymaran (his brother) vice-roy in Constantinople. Setting forth all the principall passages of this siedge; with one unparreled [sic], cruell, furious and bloody assault, made by the Turks, wherein were slaine in 12 houres. 130000 of them, and above 20000 Persians, Translated out of the Turkish, into the Italian language by the drugerman to the state of Ragouza. And Englished by W.H, (electronic book)

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A relation of the late seidge and taking of the city of Babylon by the Turke : As it was written from thence by Zarain Aga, one of his captaines, to Caymaran (his brother) vice-roy in Constantinople. Setting forth all the principall passages of this siedge; with one unparreled [sic], cruell, furious and bloody assault, made by the Turks, wherein were slaine in 12 houres. 130000 of them, and above 20000 Persians
Title
A relation of the late seidge and taking of the city of Babylon by the Turke
Title remainder
As it was written from thence by Zarain Aga, one of his captaines, to Caymaran (his brother) vice-roy in Constantinople. Setting forth all the principall passages of this siedge; with one unparreled [sic], cruell, furious and bloody assault, made by the Turks, wherein were slaine in 12 houres. 130000 of them, and above 20000 Persians
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Translated out of the Turkish, into the Italian language by the drugerman to the state of Ragouza. And Englished by W.H
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • ita
  • eng
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Cataloging source
UMI
Citation location within source
26122.5
Citation source
STC (2nd ed.)
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Zarain
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Holloway, William
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  • Murad
  • Iraq
  • Turkey
Target audience
general
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A relation of the late seidge and taking of the city of Babylon by the Turke : As it was written from thence by Zarain Aga, one of his captaines, to Caymaran (his brother) vice-roy in Constantinople. Setting forth all the principall passages of this siedge; with one unparreled [sic], cruell, furious and bloody assault, made by the Turks, wherein were slaine in 12 houres. 130000 of them, and above 20000 Persians, Translated out of the Turkish, into the Italian language by the drugerman to the state of Ragouza. And Englished by W.H, (electronic book)
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  • "The copy of a letter sent to a private merchant of London, from Ragouza" (p. 22-23) signed by the translator: William Holloway
  • Headpieces, tailpieces, initials
  • Signatures: A-C4 D2
  • Reproduction of original in: Bodleian Library
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file reproduced from microform
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references in marginal notes
Color
black and white
Control code
72800204
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unknown
Extent
[2], 23 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
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cl0036000076
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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A relation of the late seidge and taking of the city of Babylon by the Turke : As it was written from thence by Zarain Aga, one of his captaines, to Caymaran (his brother) vice-roy in Constantinople. Setting forth all the principall passages of this siedge; with one unparreled [sic], cruell, furious and bloody assault, made by the Turks, wherein were slaine in 12 houres. 130000 of them, and above 20000 Persians, Translated out of the Turkish, into the Italian language by the drugerman to the state of Ragouza. And Englished by W.H, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • "The copy of a letter sent to a private merchant of London, from Ragouza" (p. 22-23) signed by the translator: William Holloway
  • Headpieces, tailpieces, initials
  • Signatures: A-C4 D2
  • Reproduction of original in: Bodleian Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references in marginal notes
Color
black and white
Control code
72800204
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2], 23 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0036000076
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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