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Truths triumpant; or, a familiar epistle from the Muffty of the Grand Cham of Tartary
|Other titles||Right honourable, and noble partron of the religion, laws and libertys of all the free born people of England|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2124.1:224|
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Truths triumpant ; or, A familiar epistle from the Muffty of the Grand Cham of Tartary: to those fathers of falshood the Jesuites, whose superstitious doctrines are not only detected but derided, and reasons and natures eyes opened.
Find a copy online Links to this item Early English Books Online. Truths triumpant; or, A familiar epistle from the Muffty of the Grand Cham of Tartary, to those fathers of falshood the Jesuites, whose superstitious doctrines are not only detected but derided, and reasons and natures eyes opened.
Truths triumpant; or, a familiar epistle from the Muffty of the Grand Cham of Tartary: to those fathers of falshood the Jesuites, whose superstitious doctrines are not only detected but derided, and reasons and natures eyes opened. The Grand Cham of Tartary, by C. Davids: The Dumb Waiter: Friar Laurence and Juliet, by T.
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Those who are permitted to traverse it are under the particular care and pilotage of certain agents of the chief authority, and are in duty bound to convey no intelligence respecting places and Author: Helena Petrovna Blavatsky. Full text of "Christianity in China, Tartary and Thibet" See other formats.
T HIS Venetian of ours, who went with a ship from Bristol in quest of new islands, is returned, and says that seven hundred leagues hence he discovered “terra firma,” 63 which is the territory of the Grand Cham. 64 He coasted for three hundred leagues, and landed.
He saw no human being whatsoever; but he has brought hither to the king. Full text of "The archer and the steppe, or, The empires of Scythia: a history of Russia and Tartary, from the earliest ages till the fall of the Mongul power in Europe, in.
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Page [unnumbered] Page THE TRAVELS OF THE AMBASSADORS FROM THE DUKE of HOLSTEIN INTO MUSCOVY, TARTARY, and PERSIA.
The Fifth Book. THe Countrey where we Landed, * or rather where the wrack cast us ashore, is called Muskur, and makes part of the Province of Schirwan, or the Antient Media, under the Jurisdiction of the Sulthan, or Governour of Derbent, and.
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