A journal: or a most particular account of all that passed in the late seige of Vienna [by the Turks, 1683]. :
Written by a principal officer, who was in the town during the whole time of the siege. And sent by authority to the Imperial Commissioner at the Dyet of Ratisbonne. Translated out of High-Dutch by His Majesties special command.
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London : printed for H. Rogers and M. Gylliflower, booksellers in Westminster-Hall; and are to be sold by Walter Davis book-binder in Amen Corner, 1684.
A translation of: Glaubwürdige diarium.
With a preliminary imprimatur leaf.
Variant: title begins "Journal:", and lacks the word "special" in last line.
Physical description: , 89,  p. ; small and 8vo
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), J1112
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