The present state of the Ottoman Empire By Paul Rycault, Esq. secretary to his Excellency the Earl of Winchilsea, Embassadour Extraordinary for His Majesty Charles the Second etc. to Sultan Mahomet Han the Fourth, Emperour of the Turks

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The present state of the Ottoman Empire By Paul Rycault, Esq. secretary to his Excellency the Earl of Winchilsea, Embassadour Extraordinary for His Majesty Charles the Second etc. to Sultan Mahomet Han the Fourth, Emperour of the Turks

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"After dinner away home, Mr Brisband along with me as far as the Temple; and there looked upon a new book, set out by one Rycault, secretary to my Lord Winchelsea, of the policy and customs of the Turkes, which is it seems much cried up - but I could not stay"

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Pepys later bought this book on 8 April 1667

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Notes
Pepys later bought this book on 8 April 1667

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Accessed on 2020/07/05 07:02:37

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Pepys, Samuel
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The diary of Samuel Pepys
Related place
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